Drew Manufacturing Co
Watertown Daily Times, 01 05 1906
A new manufacturing enterprise has located in this city, the Drew Manufacturing Company, and began operations at 112-114 Fifth St. The company will manufacture the Champion and Ideal litter carriers, an automatic arrangement or rather devise for carrying litter from stables and dumping the same a distance from the stable. They seem almost indispensable to cleanliness in dairy barns and no doubt will find a ready sale among dairy men and those who desire more cleanliness in their stables.
Watertown Daily Times, 02 23 1906
The Drew Manufacturing Company moved its factory from 112-116 Fifth St. to the building formerly occupied by the Calhoun Rug Co. on West Main St. near the Chicago and Northwestern railway depot, where it will continue the manufacture of the Ideal and Gem Litter carrier and Gem Milk conveyers. Herbert H. Drew is the inventor of the carriers and there is a constantly growing demand for them, as every farmer who loves cleanliness about the barn will purchase them.