National Geographic : 1949 Mar
r AD I M o i 9:"" !! l24, N, 11 ' 282 champion n Iaper anid lFilre ('o. When Full, This Bin Holds 203 Cords of Wood, Cut to Chips Small as Dominoes Every day the Champion Paper and Fibre Company mill at Canton, North Carolina, receives some 85 carloads of pine and hardwoods to be turned into paper. The logs are cut up by chippers, a series of knives set in slots in rotating disks. From the storage bin the chips go to a "digester" to cook in a caustic liquor.