Enclosed is several pictures of the bottle along with a note that was inside of it. 3) Value-wise: the bottle is obviously a dug bottle (note the heavy staining). (Blue Island is a city a short distance from Chicago). You can see, What I believe is your jar in this link. Digger I have a pre-1900's bottle with wire "stopper" that has raised lettering "Leonard Voos, Natchez, Miss." The man I bought it from called it a "Hutchison bottle" and said it was an old coke bottle.
The new machine raised production rates from 1 item per minute to over 30 items per minute.
When the 1929 stock market crash hit, the company responded by developing a 15-mold machine that could produce 90 pieces of blown glass per minute.
Hutchinson soda's date to the 1890s and there were a few with Coca Cola embossed on them but none that I know of from Mississippi. TIA Cathie Dorman Hi my name is Cathie I live in Florida. TIA Cathie Dorman I was not able to find any reference to your bottle as a beer bottle. It is possibly a soda if it is aqua instead of amber.
Can you tell me anything about it or send me in the right direction?
The company's facility was known as the Black Cat from all the carbon dust. Collins, a native of Salisbury, Maryland, had been working in the decorating department of the Ohio Flint Glass Company when this opportunity arose. Production was expanded with the purchase of another day-tank.