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The Pearsite Company, organized under a cloak of secrecy, became one of the most highly publicized dye making ventures of the World War I era. The original subscribers of the stock were Arthur J. Kingsbury, M. Hirous and James M. Satterfield, all of Delaware.
Hirous and James M.
Bope, who was president of the Pearsite Company. At one time, the area had a larger population and count of buildings than the present-day county seat West Liberty.
The sales agent was F. The product range was planned to expand to 70 primary colors and shades.
It was later revealed that the principal financial backer was Col. Almost all the men associated with Andrew Carnegie in the early days of the steel industry remained wealthy throughout their lives.
The process involved the oxidation of cannel coal and was claimed to simplify the extraction of coal tar chemicals such as benzene, the precursor to aniline and a large range of dyes. During the golden years, there were several grocery stores, a hardware store, post office,  mine, bank, blacksmith and an elegant hotel named The DeLancy. He and Pearse had worked on the new method for several years but they did not apply for a patent in an effort to keep the technology secret.
He was an extrovert who boasted about the project to the residents of the area.
The efforts of certain men to get a protective tariff, so that the manufacture of dyestuffs here may be safeguarded, is something else that carries no weight with those who know conditions. But he could be seen on Saturday afternoons in the Pittsburgh market, cit home his groceries in a basket for the coming week. This company planned to build plants in Sandusky, Ohio and in the northern part of Alabama, where the firm had large and valuable coal and ore interests.
Also standing at over years old is the well used by the trains to put water into their engines. Norton, the U.
Bope made. The only way the dyestuff scarcity is to be relieved is through the Government taking action to insure shipments through neutral ports.
Lost over the years was a train depot at the end of Highwaywhere it currently intersects with Highway He was citty of their applicability to cotton, wool, and silk fabrics. At the trial Intwo of the salesmen were convicted, but Col.
Henry P. He and Campbell often met in the hotel dining room where he expressed pro-German sentiments. But Metz's assertion that America could not manufacture its own supply of dyes was proven wrong by the end of the war. The 65 year old scholar, who spoke several languages, was an avid tennis player who helped build the first tennis court at Cannel City.
Horner of Pittsburgh, secretary; and Nathaniel W. Pearse, vice president; Wheeler B. Schwab, chairman of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, was used without his permission in a stock offering circular.
Niles was well known to the public as a tournament tennis player representing Harvard University. Every clerk in the country with a tin can of coal tar thinks he is on the verge of discovering a process that will revolutionize the industry. Campbell retained his composure as a gentleman during these heated discussions. Kingsbury, M.
Niles of Boston. Gage, a chemist from California. His bad luck caused him to almost disappear from public life. The federal Cajnel alleged that the name of Charles M.
He then became involved in the Petroleum Producing and Refining Company which went bankrupt in Casey Co. Charles H. After the mine closed, the area still partially thrived during the times after the Great Depression.
To talk of disposing of the whole trouble and making or 1, colors at one swoop is ridiculous. Bope, the secretary and treasurer of the company, William A. In SeptemberDr.
Bope remained vice president of Carnegie Steel until April 1,when he retired to organize the American Steel Corporation. Satterfield, all of Delaware. Stuart, president, citg three salesmen were indicted in and charged with stock fraud. Persite was so confident of success a second furnace was ordered.
The capacity could eventually be increased to 40, lbs. The processing of coal to finished dyes at one location was expected to be a ificant advantage compared to competitors that had to buy intermediates. He carried out the research in a small lab that was setup in a freight warehouse across from the Hotel DeLancy.
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