Medbourn & Green
1904 - Mar 10 - Thomas Medbourn has sold; his interest in the, pop factory to Isaac Kaley and the firm will be
known as Green & Kaley. A building will be erected south of the town, jail as soon as the weather
permits. NOTE: location of Town jail unknown - it is not the one that was at Cass & Plymouth as it was not erected until 1911/1912
1904 - Mar 10 - Green & Kaley -
1904 - Mar 24 - Kaley and Green are laying the foundation for their new building
to be used as a pop factory.
1904 - Mar 31 - Culver is to have a new pop factory. This being leap year, it ought to simplify matters very
much for the summer girl.
At this point in time I am unsure if the two are one in the same but assuming they are - putting here as
future reference and research
This bottle was one David Burns had found and I still have - my mother and I had found one under the back
porch of the house Wilhites live in now (416 Lake Shore Dr.) - what she done with it I have no idea.
|| 1906 - the "Bottling Works " was located at 304 Lot 11 Lake View street - no actual
name was attached to it |