|Genre||Runabouts (Roadsters), Touring Cars|
|Founder||Herbert A. Croxton|
A prototype automobile was built by Forest City Motor Company but investors moved to Massillon and renamed the car the Jewell. The Jewell was a single-cylinder high-wheeler of 8 to 10hp. In 1908 the marque name was changed to Jewel and a 40hp 4-cylinder car was added. In 1909 the company name was changed to Croxton-Keeton Motor Company and the Jewel name was dropped.