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THIRTY-SECOND REPORT 



of the 



Department of Labor and Printing 



of the 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 




1919-1920 



M. L. SHIPMAN, Commissioner 



Raleigh 

Edwards & Beoughton Printing Co. 

State Printers 

1921 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



To His Excellency, 

Thomas W. Bickett, 

Governor of North Carolina. 
SiK— Pursuant to tlie requirements of the statute creating this 
branch of the State Government and acts supplemental thereto i 
have the honor to submit herewith the Thirty-second report of the 
Department of Labor and Printing for the State of North Carolina 
covering the biennial period 1919-1920. 

Is I also permitted, it is desired to submit, for your considera- 
tion and for the information of the General Assembly, some sugges- 
tions that the Department feels should be presented and acted upon 
by our lawmaking body. 

Industkial Standards 
mrth Carolina has become one of the leading manufacturing states 
of the Union and one of the most delinquent in providing and main- 
"taining industrial standards for the protection of the worker The 
preservation of life is a bounden duty of the State and failure to 
S the obligation is little short of a crime The Department 
therefore desires to emphasize the importance of providmg adequate 
industrial safety standards and means for enforcing the same as a 
safeguard against the loss of life and limb m the operation of 
machinery and in the mechanical construction and equipment of 
industrial plants. 

The State as Peacemakek 

The biennial period covered by this report has witnessed a greater 
mimber of serious strikes and lockouts than has been experienced 
during the past decade in this State. Industrial disturbances, oc- 
casionally arising from minor differences between employers and 
employees, frequently assume proportions which disturb the peace 
and prosperity of hundreds of innocent persons, and the Common- 
wealth, naturally, should manifest a vital interest m all such dis- 
mites There is a remedy for this condition and the problem must 
be soived. The theory that "all things will adjust themselves and 
that ri^ht and iustice will finally prevail," does not justify postpone- 
ment of consideration of the subject. If the loss and suffering 
could be confined to parties actually concerned m disputes there 
might be some reason for further procrastination. But where ^he 
^ peace and well-being of entire communities are involved, the right 

;i and duty of the State to enter the controversy, m the role o± peace- 

^ maker, can scarcely be questioned. Some method of adjusting all 



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Letter of Transmittal 



disputes arising between employers and employees which would 
assure justice to both parties concerned should be provided by our 
lawmaking body at the approaching session. Immediate attention to 
existing ills will make adjustment of them less difficult than any 
plan of delay and probably obviate the necessity for the applicatioia 
of vigorous measures later on. "A stitch in time saves nine." 

Workmen's Compensation 

We have scarcely begun our labor legislation along the line of 
giving security to labor in its job. One step in that direction would 
be the enactment of a workmen's compensation law based upon the 
principle of right and justice to wage-earners and those who employ 
them. Under present statutory conditions, when an accident occurs, 
in nine cases out of ten the victim is thrown upon his own resources. 
With a workable compensation law, properly enforced, no matter 
who is to blame in the matter of an accident, the laborer would be 
protected during the period of disability. The employer would 
insure himself against accidents by the introduction of devices to 
prevent them. He would face a new kind of taxation, a species 
which it would be lawful for him to evade, for he could evade the' 
tax on accidents by preventing the accidents. His claim agent would 
be converted into a safety expert, whose activities would be largely 
confined to the installation of proper safeguards rather than in secur- 
ing releases from injured employees due oftentimes to defective ma- 
chinery. Workmen's compensation introduces the idea not of mak- 
ing the employer a petty criminal, but simply making him a taxpayer 
and giving him the option of getting rid of his tax by getting rid of 
accidents. He would put in safety departments and create safety 
committees from the employees to cooperate with the management. 
Forty-two states have provided workmen's compensation laws. Why 
not Worth Carolina ? 

Boiler Inspection 

ISTumerous deaths occur every year from the use of defective 
boilers — especially in the logging industry — and a remedy for this 
wanton loss of life ought to be provided. The Department earnestly 
recommends the enactment of a State boiler inspection law requiring 
the inspection semiannually of all steam boilers in industrial estab- 
lishments and logging camps by a State boiler inspector ; except 
boilers inspected and insured by surety companies, or those inspected 
by authority of municipal codes, as steam plants located within city 
limits and licensed on the recommendation of experienced engineers. 
State inspection, and a requirement that at least one licensed engineer 
be employed in every plant located outside the limits of cities and 



Letter of Transmittal 



towns where local inspection is not enforced, would undoubtedly 
prevent many accidents, and materially reduce the loss, of life and 
property in the State. 

State System of Employment 

Since October 1, 1919, the United States Employment Service, 
operating in this State, has been conducted under the direction and 
supervision of the Commissioner of Labor and Printing, who pro- 
vided office quarters and served as Federal director for I^orth Caro- 
lina without additional compensation. Eunds were provided by 
the Government for clerical assistance and during the period from 
October 1, 1919, to the present time, between five and six thousand 
applicants for positions and jobs have been placed in situations satis- 
factory to them. Through the means of local financial assistance, 
the Service maintained offices in Asheville, Charlotte and Wilming- 
ton for almost a year. Since the emplojmient office was established 
in this Department more than 20,000 returned soldiers have been 
communicated with in regard to employment and nearly 4,000 
placed. It was through these communications that hundreds of 
disabled soldiers were located and reported to the Eederal Board for 
Vocational Education, which placed them in proper training. The 
Employment Service seeks to serve all classes of employers and all 
classes of employees, and the need for a well organized system of em- 
ployment in ISTorth Carolina was never more apparent than it is 
today. It brings the jobless man and the manless job together in a 
systematic way and provides means for the equitable distribution 
of labor throughout the territory over which it operates. The Eed- 
eral Government has already expended the liberal sum of $45,000 
in instituting and maintaining the Service in this Commonwealth, 
without a single dollar of financial assistance from the State itself. 
It has been demonstrated elsewhere that State control of employment 
agencies is the most effective way to properly regulate them and 
prevent impositions upon all parties concerned. It is, therefore, 
recommended that a State system of employment be added to the 
numerous agencies now in existence for the mutual benefit of our 
progressive citizenship. 

Child Labok Law 

The General Assembly of 1919 advanced a step forward by passage 
of an act which materially strengthens the child labor laws previously 
enacted. It does not, however, conform to the provisions of the 
Eederal statute regulating the employment of children, and State 
officials are playing "second fiddle" to Government inspectors in the 
investigation of industrial conditions in I^orth Carolina. It is per- 



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fectly apparent to this Department that the General Assembly would 
perform an act of wisdom in the framing and enactment of a child 
labor law*which more nearly meets the needs of the present day. 

Eight-Hour Day 

It is the opinion of this Department that the eight-hour day should 
apply to adult as well as to child labor. ''Man's powers, like his 
general nature, are limited, and beyond these limits he cannot go. 
His streng-th is developed and increased by use and exercise, but only 
on conditions of due intermission and proper rest. How many and 
how long the intervals of rest should be must depend on the nature of 
the work, on circumstances of time and place, and on the health and 
strength of the workman. The severity of physical labor, the dangers 
attending it, and work where great mental energy must be expended 
demand that the best possible conditions surround it, both as to 
hours of labor and compensation therefor; for the unanswerable 
reason that the life expectancy in such employments is in the nature 
of things limited to a short period of years." 

Iisr CoNCLusioisr 

ISTorth Carolina has done very little, through legislation, during 
its years of statehood towards, the amelioration of the condition of 
the workingman, and these suggestions are submitted in the interest 
of common justice, with the hope that relief by legal compulsion will 
follow. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 15, 1920. Commissioner. 




DIRECTORY OF STATE OFFICERS 

AS OF JANUARY, 1921 



STATE GOVERNMENT 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 

W. B. Cooper President of the Senate Wilmington 

Habky p. Gbieb ...Speaker of the House of Representatives StatesviUe 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS 
Department op the Governob 

Cameron Morrison Governor ..Mecklenburg 

Wm. H. Richardson Private Secretary Wake 

Miss Mamie C. Turner Executive Clerk Wake 

Miss Margaret V. Willis Executive Secretary Mecklenburg 

Council op State 

Secretary of State Treasurer Auditor Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Department of State 

J. Bryan Grimes Secretary of State Pitt 

J. E. Sawyer Automobile Clerk Wake 

Miss Minnie Bagwell Corporation Clerk Wake 

L. Polk Denmark Grant Clerk Wake 

Miss Sabah Edwards Stenographer Wake 

Department op the State Auditor 

Baxter Durham ..State Auditor . Wake 

E. H. Baker Chief Clerk Franklin 

D. W. Terry Corporation Clerk - ..Richmond 

Mrs. Hattie S. Gay Pension Clerk, Stenographer Wayne 

W. T. Dixon Traveling Auditor.. Cleveland 

J. B. Briggs Assistant Bookkeeper Cumberland 

Miss Lina P. Stephenson Assistant Bookkeeper Wake 

Department of the State Treasubeb 

Benjamin R. Lacy Treasurer Wake 

W. F. Moody Chief Clerk Mecklenburg 

Henry R. Williamson Teller Martin 

J. E. Malonb, Jr Institution Clerk Sampson 

O. M. Jones Bond Clerk... Harnett 

Mrs. C. L. Adams Corporation Clerk Durham 

Mrs. W. D. Martin Stenographer Wake 

Department of Education 

E. C. Brooks Superintendent of Public Instruction Pitt 

W. H. Pittman Chief Clerk Edgecombe 

A. S. Brower Clerk of Loan Fund. Cabarrus 

A. T. Allen Supervisor of Teacher Training Rowan 

N. C. Newbold Rural School Agent Beaufort 

J. H. Highsmith ...State Inspector Public High Schools Wake 

L. C. Brogden Rural School Agent Wayne 

W. C. Crosby Director Community Service Bureau MecklenlUrg 

Miss Elizabeth Kelly Director School for Adult Illiterates Jackson 



State Government 



State Board of Education— GovernoT, President; Superintendent of Public Instruction, Secretary; 
State Board of Education.-GovernoT, President; Superintendent of Public Instruction, Secretary- 
Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Attoiney-General. 

State Board of Examiners and Instztute Conductors.— E.C. Brooks., ChaWman ex officio; A T 4llen 
.Secretary ex officio; I. C. Griffin, D. F. Giles, J. Henrt Highsmith. Miss Susan Fulghum, Mrs! 
T. E. Johnston, Miss Hattie Pahrott. 

Department of Justice 

James S. Manning.. Attorney-General... Wake 

Frank Nash Assistant Attorney-General.... ...OTange 

Miss Eugenia Herring.... Stenographer " Wake 

Corporation Commission 

W. T.Lee .....Chairman 

George P. Pell Commissioner 

Allen J. Maxwell. ..Commissioner 

R. O. Self qj^^.^ 

Miss E. G. RiDDicK ".".""."".As'sistant 

Miss Mary Shaw Stenographer 

Rate Department 

"W. G. Womble. Rate Clerk 

Mrs. Annie Eaves Cooper .Stenographer 

Banking Department 

Clarence Latham Bank Examiner 

C. W. Cloninger Assistant 

H. L. Newbold _ ..Assistant 

John Mitchell ....Assistant 

Thurman Williams.. _. Assistant 

Clyde Taylor . Clerk 

Miss Alice Latham Stenographer 

Inheritance Tax Department 

Miss Meta Adams _ Clerk 

Willis Smith _ InheritanceTax Attorney 

John H. Harwood Special Attorney 

A. W. Brown.... Special Agent 

Tax Department 

O. S. Thompson Tax Clerk 

Miss Odessa Terry.. Assistant 

Miss Bell Andrews Assistant 

Miss Marion Baker .Stenographer 

T. W. Fenner Traveling Auditor 

J. E. Boyd Traveling Auditor 

A.' J. Hauser _ Traveling Auditor 

Department of Labor and Printing 

M. L. Shipman Commissioner Henderson 

Lawrence E. Nichols Assistant Commissionrr ..Wake 

J. G. McIntyre.... Bookkeeper-Stockman.. Chatham 

Miss Gladys Williamson ...Stenographer-Clerk Wake 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Ptg. Co. )>State Printers Wake 

Mitchell Printing Co 

Department of Agriculture 
State Board of Agriculture 

W. A. Graham Commissioner, ex officio Chairman Raleigh 

F. p. Latham First District Belhaven 

C. W. Mitchell Second District Aulander 

R. L. Woodard.... Third District Pamlico 



State Government 



Clarence Poe Fourth District Raleigh 

R. W. Scott - ..Fifth District.. Haw River 

A. T. McCallum Sixth District Red Springs 

C. C. Weight Seventh District Hunting Creek 

I. N. Paine Eighth District Statesville 

H. Q. Alexander Ninth District Matthews 

A. Cannon Tenth District Horse Shoe 

Executive Office 

W. A. Graham. Commissioner 

K. W. Barnes Secretary and Purchasing Agent 

Miss S. D. Jones Chief Clerk 

Miss M. H. McKimmon ..Stenographer 

Analytical Division 
State Agricultural Chemist 

B. W. KiLGORE... Director Experiment Station and Extension Service 

F. E. Miller Assistant Director Test Farms 

J. M. PiCKEL.. Feed Chemist 

W. G. Haywood Fertilizer Chemist 

E. S. Dewar ..Assistant Chemist 

B. C. Williams. Assistant Chemist 

G. L. Arthur ..Assistant Chemist 

J. K. Dale... ..Assistant Chemist 

T. C. Keisel Assistant Chemist 

Miss M. S. Birdsong Secretary 

J. F. Hatch Clerk and Stenographer 

Mrs. L. B. Judd... Stenographer 

Musexim 

H. H. Brimlet. Curator 

H. T. Davis. Assistant 

Miss Annie Lewis.. Usher 

Veterinary Division 
William Moore... Veterinarian 

C. C. Watts Assistant 

L. Faulfaber Assistant 

Miss Margaret Newsom Stenographer 

Division of Entomology 

Franklin Sherman Entomologist 

R. W. Leiby Assistant 

Miss Ellen Hinsdale Stenographer 

C. S. Brimlet. Assistant Investigations 

V. R. Haber Assistant, Investigations 

T. B. Mitchell ..Assistant, Inspections and Field Work 

C. L. Sams* Beekeeping 

W. B. Mabee ..Assistant 

Division of Horticulture 

C. D. Matthews Acting Horticulturist 

L. H. Nelson . Assistant 

J. M. Dyer Assistant 

Miss Mary Bradley Stenographer 

Food and Oil Division 

W. M. Allen ..State Food and Oil Chemist 

L. B. Rhodes.. Assistant 

A. T. Taylor Assistant 

Mrs. L. B. Rhodes Assistant 

H. L. Crook Assistant Chemist 

W. A. QnEEN. ._ Assistant Chemist 

George Little .Oil Clerk 

Miss S G. Allen Stenographer 

Mrs B T. Br.anch Stenographer 



•In cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture. 



10 State Government 



Botany 

J. L. Burgess _ Botanist 

C. H. Waldron Assistant 

Miss Mary Knight Assistant, Seed Laboratory 

Miss Isabel Akdrey - Assistant Bacteriological Laboratory 

Co-operative Demonstration 

C. R. Hudson*. - -.- State Agent 

H. H. B. Mask - Assistant 

Mrs. \V. C. Savage. _.. -.- - Stenographer 

Agronomy 

C. B. Williams Agronomist 

R. Y. Winters Plant Breeding Agronomist 

V. R. Herman*... Assistant, Plant Breeding 

S. W. Hill Assistant, Plant Breeding 

G. M. Garren Assistant, Plant Breeding 

W. F. Pate ..Soil Agronomist 

S. K. Jackson. Assistant in Soils 

M. W. Hensell* Agent in Sugar Work 

E. C. Blair Extension Agronomist 

A. R. Russell Superintendent of Station Farm 

S. F. Davidson ..Soil Survey 

W. A. Davis .Soil Survey 

W. D. Lee Soil Survey 

K. L. Crcws Clerk 

Louise Pickel* Stenographer 

Markets 

B. F. Brown Chief 

GoRRELL Shumaker Specialist in Marketing Perishables 

J. M. Henley Assistant in Credit Unions 

P. H. Hart* Specialist in Cotton Classing 

J. M. Workman* Specialist in Warehouse Construction 

J. P. Brown* Specialist in Warehouse Operation 

T. B. Parker Specialist in Warehouse Organization 

Miss Mabel Haynes... Stenographer 

Miss Eliza Leach. - Stenographer 

Animal Industry 

Dan T. Gray Chief 

R. S. Curtis Associate Chief 

Earl Hostetler.. .Swine Work 

F. T. Peden* Beef Cattle Investigations 

Geo. Evans* Sheep Extension Work 

Stanley Combs* ...Dairy Work 

A. G. Oliver* Poultry Extension Work 

W. W. Shay*— Swine Extension Work 

J. A. Arey Dairy Extension Work 

F. R. Farnham* Dairy Extension Work 

A. C. Kimrey Dairy Extension Work 

D. R. NoLAND* Dairy Extension Work 

W. L. Clevenger* Dairy Extension Work 

J. A. CoNOVER* - Dairy Extension Work 

J. O. Halverson ..Animal Nutritional Work 

B. F. Kaupp Poultry Investigations and Pathology 

John E. Ivey Assistant, Poultry Investigations and Pathology 

Miss J. A. Marion ....Secretary 

Miss Jeanie Smith ..Stenographer 

H. H Blaylock Superintendent Animal Industry Farm 



•In cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture. 



State Government 11 



Girls' Demonstration Work 

Mrs. Jane S. Mckimmon* -.- - - - -..-In Charge 

Miss Minnie Jamison Assistant 

Miss Emma Young Clerk 

Miss Etta Perry - Stenographer 

Drainage Work 

H. M. Ltnde* -.Drainage Engineer 

F. O. Bartel --- --- -- - Assistant 

Farm Engineering 

E. R. Ranbt- - - -.- -Farm Buildings 

Farm Management 
J. M. Johnson* - Chief 

Farm Forestry 

H. B. Kbaus --- - Farm Forester 

J. WuLFF - Assistant Farm Forester 

Office of Information 
R. W. Ghebn* - .Agricultural Editor 

D. G. Conn Bulletin Clerk 

A. O. Alford- - - - Mailing Clerk 

Miss Mary Allen - Stenographer 

Test Farm,s 
Chas. Dearinq, Superintendent Pender Test Farm, Willard, N. C. 

F. T. Meacham, Superintendent Iredell Test Farm, Statesville, N. C. 

C. E. Clark, Superintendent Edgecombe Test Farm, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
S. P. Clapp, Superintendent Buncombe Test Farm, Swannano, N. C. 

E. G. Moss, Superintendent Granville Test Farm, Oxford, N. C. 
A. S. Cline, Washington Test Farm, Winona, N. C. 

Miss Louise Wright - - Clerk 

Insurance Department 

Stacey W. Wade Commissioner .' Carteret 

S. F. Campbell Deputy Commissioner Wake 

E. T. BuRR- -- -.Actuary - Wake 

A. L. Fletcher -- Chief Clerk - Wake 

Miss Ida Montgomery Cashier and Tax Clerk Warren 

Miss Eva Powell License and Record Clerk— Wake 

Miss Fannie Young..-. File Clerk Vance 

Fire Marshal Department 
W. A. Scott Deputy and Investigator Guilford 

F. M. Jordan... Deputy and Investigator— Buncombe 

I. G. Farrow Accountant Dare 

Ed. Lee Accountant Wake 

Sherwood Brockwell Deputy and Fire Prevention Expert Wake 

N. E. Cannady Deputy and State Electrical Inspector Granville 

W. M. RoYSTER --Fire Insurance Expert Edgecombe 

Miss Pattie Jordan- Stenographer Caswell 

Miss Susie Davis Stenographer Warren 

Mrs. J. T. Alderman Safety League and Fire Prevention Vance 

Mrs. J. G. Fearing --Safety League and Fire Prevention ...Pasquotank 

Mrs. W. R. Hollowell Safety League and Fire Prevention. Cumberland 

Mrs. Jno. S. Cunningham Safety League and Fire Prevention Guilford 



*In cooperation with U. S. Department of Agriculture. 



12 State Government 



Miss E. Schtvarberg Safety League and Fire Prevention Catawba 

Miss Evelyn Lee Safety League and Fire Prevention Haywood 

Mrs. Olive Webster Perrt Safety League and Fire Prevention Chatham 

Andrew Joyner Publicity, Fire Prevention .Guilford 

Historical Commission 

J. Bryan Grimes Chairman... Pitt 

Thomas M. Pittman Commissioner Vance 

M. C. S. Noble... Commissioner Orange 

D. H. Hill Commissioner Wake 

Frank Wood Commissioner Chowan 

R. D. W. Connor Secretary ..Wake 

R. B. House Commissioner of War Records Halifax 

H. M. London Legislative Reference Librarian. ..Chatham 

Miss Mariory Terrell Stenographer Wake 

F. A. Olds... Collector for the Hall of History Wake 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree Restorer of Manuscripts Wake 

Mrs. W. S. West File Clerk Wake 

Miss Sophie D. Busbee Stenographer.. Wake 

State Library 

Miss Carrie Broughton Librarian Wake 

Mrs. Bessie King Assistant Librarian ..Wake 

Miss Aline We.\thers Assistant Librarian ..Wake 

Trustees of the State Library. — Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Secretary of State. 
Purchasing Committee. — Miss Carrie L. Broughton, Miss Mary Palmer, Marshall DeLancey 
Haywood. 

Library Commission 

Annie F. Petty. ..Chairman Wilkes 

Carrie L. Broughton Treasurer Wake 

Charles Lee Smith Commissioner Wake 

A. M. Scales Commissioner Guilford 

E. C. Brooks Commissioner.. Durham 

Miss Mary Palmer. Secretary and Director Wake 

Mary S. Yates Librarian Guilford 

Charlotte Johnson... Stenographer and Clerk _. Wake 

North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey 

Cameron Morrison, Governor Ex officio Chairman. .Raleigh 

Frank Hewitt Member of Board Asheville 

R. G. Lassiter Member of Board ..Oxford 

John Sprunt Hill. Member of Board Durham 

C. C. Smoot, 3d. Member of Board .North Wilkesboro 

Joseph Hyde Pratt State Geologist. , Chapel Hill 

J. S. Holmes. State Forester ...Chapel Hill 

Miss Minnie Queen Secretary. Chapel Hill 

State Prison 

H. B. Varner Chairman Lexington 

A. E. Smith Director Mount Airy 

W. M. Sanders Director .Smithfield 

B. F. Shelton... Director Speed 

Frank Gough... Director .Lumberton 

J. R. Collie Superintendent Raleigh 

S. J. Busbee Warden. Raleigh 

State Board of Elections 

Wilson G. Lamb Chairman... Williamston 

R. T. Claywell ..Secretary - Morganton 

B. S. Royster... Member Oxford 

W. J. Davis... Member Hendersonville 

Clarence Call Member... Wilkesboro 



State Government ^^ 



Fisheries Commission Board 

Ed. Chambers Smith .Chairman -- ^^ ^]^ 

A. V.Cobb... Commissioner "B^ort 

S. P. Hancock.... Commissioner - --,^^1^;^ ^^ 

E.H. FREEMAN .....Commissioner -- "- p,pi,/Brancht 

Dr J C Baum Commissioner -- - ^' a r't 

Capt.' John Nelson... Fisheries Commissioner... Morehead Oity 

Theo. F. Meekins... - Assistant Commissioner ^J^"^^" 

W. G. Dixon Assistant Commissioner - Oriental 

State Standard Keeper 

Raleigh 

T. F. Brockwell - - 

State Board of Health 

Members of the State Board of Health 

J. Howell Way, M.D President..... - ^''1^°°'^ 

R. H. Lewis, M.D Member of Board - - ^ iV. 

J. L. Ludlow, CE. - Member of Board - — j^\\ 

Thomas E. Anderson, M.D Member of Board — p.^/l 

C. O'H. Latjghinghouse, M.D.... Member of Board f'l" 

F. R. Harris, M.D.... Member of Board -van<:e 

Ctrus Thompson, M.D Member of Board - - Unsiow 

E. J. Tucker, D.D.S. .Member of Board ,f''^,T u 

A. J. Crowell, M.D Member of Board. -- Mecklenburg 

Executive Department 

W. S. Rankin, M.D ..Secretary and State Health Officer - Cabarrus 

R."b! Wilson.'. Director Public Health Education Wake 

Miss Mae Reynolds .Chief Clerk. — Wake 

Mrs. Oriana B. James Stenographer.. - ^ ,, ^ 

Miss Lucy Hulin — Mailing Clerk... w u 

Miss Elizabeth Faucette... Assistant Mailing Clerk .-- Wake 

Bureau of Vital Statistics 

F. M. Register, M.D Director of Bureau - Wake 

Miss Ruth Robinson Clerk and Sten6grapher. rl th 

Miss Blanche Henderson Stenographer £ u 

Miss Florence Horton Typist w\^ 

Mrs. H. C. Debnam. Tabulating Clerk Wake 

Miss Margaret Young Transcribing Clerk - Wake 

Miss Mattie Woodward Index Clerk w t^ 

Mrs. W. H. Gilbert Clerk - wake 

Mrs. V. H. Williams Clerk -- "^^^ 

Miss Susie Moyb.. Clerk - ^^^^ 

Miss Mary Johnston.. Clerk --- - 

Miss Marion Garvin Clerk --- w\^ 

Miss Lola Harrison Clerk - - "'^ ., 

Mrs. J. L Matthias Clerk Forsyth 

Bureau of Medical Inspection of Schools 

George M. Cooper, M.D ....Director.. wT^°° 

Miss Alma Sorrell Stenographer and Clerk - "^'^^^ 

Miss Nora Pratt, R.N ....Field Director of Nurses Wake 

Miss Nancy Pratt, R.N. .Special School Nurse " w v 

Miss Birdie Dunn, R.N Special School Nurse Wake 

Miss Ramie Williams, R.N Special School Nurse - ^ ,, " 

Miss Cleone Hobbs, R.N Special School Nurse - Guilford 

J. C. Johnson, D.D.S Traveling School Dentist Person 

Vance Hasty, D.D.S ..Traveling School Dentist ....Union 

A M. Schultz, D.D.S Traveling School Dentist ...-Pitt 

V W Love, D.D.S. (Col.) ....Traveling School Dentist... - - Alamance 



14 State Government 



Bureau of County Health Work 

K. E. Miller, M.D.. Director of Bureau Wake 

Miss Henri Etta Owen Clerk and Stenographer Wake 

Bureau of Epidemiology 

J. S. Mitchener, M.D ...State Epidemiologist- Johnston 

Mrs. Anne Edwards Clerk and Stenographer Wake 

Miss Cordelia Tate Clerk Wake 

Bureau of Engineering and Inspection 

H. E. Miller, C.E. Director of Bureau Wake 

Miss Luct B. Dortch Stenographer.. Wake 

Miss Annie S. Ramsey Clerk... ..Wake 

J. D. Justin, C.E .Consulting Engineer Forsyth 

L. G. Whitley Chief Inspector. Wilson 

D. A. Fitch ..Inspector.. Cumberland 

L. E. RoBBiNS Inspector Wake 

C. H. Cline .Inspector. Catawba 

A. M. SuRRATT Inspector Davidson 

H. E. Fritts .Inspector.- Davidson 

A. J. Blair Inspector Guilford 

J. L. Futrell, Jr Inspector Northampton 

E. P. Caruthers Inspector. ..Orange 

Bureau of Public Health Nursing and Infant Hygiene 

Miss Rose M. Ehrenfeld, R.N. .Director of Bureau Wake 

Miss Ellen B. Bowen ...Stenographer Northampton 

Miss Lida Jones Clerk Wake 

Miss Katharine Myers, R.N Consulting Public Health Nurse .Wake 

Miss Marion Manning, R.N Consulting Public Health Nurse Wake 

Bureau of Venereal Diseases 

Millard Knowlton, M.D Director of Bureau Wake 

W. L. Hughes Assistant Director Wake 

Miss Anne Jane Simpson Director Women's Work .Wake 

Miss Mary McLean Stenographer ..Wake 

Mrs. L. G. Morrow Clerk Wake 

Miss Mary Williams Stenographer Wake 

W. J. Hughes, M.D. (Col.) Director Negro Work Wake 

State Laboratory of Hygiene 

C. A. Shore, M.D Director Wake 

Miss Florence Ray ..Stenographer and Bookkeeper Wake 

J. W. Kellogg Water Bacteriologist and Inspector Plants. ...Wake 

Miss Mamie L. Speas ...Assistant Water Bacteriologist Wake 

Miss Margaret Hall Bacteriological Assistant Wake 

Miss Clara Bahket Bacterial Vaccines Wake 

F. W. Temple... Antirabic Work Wake 

H. J. Stockard Antitoxins. Wake 

Miss Mary F. Frank ...Serologist.. Wake 

T. L. Glenn Laboratory Assistant Wake 

Mrs. Marguerite Crowell Laboratory Assistant .Wake 

Roger Marshall.. Laboratory Assistant — Wake 

K. R. Smith... Laboratory Assistant Wake 

Board of Public Buildings and Grounds 
Governor Secretary of State State Treasurer Attorney-General 

W. D. Terry Superintendent 

Edward Murray Acting Custodian, Administration Building 

W. J. Bridgers ..Night Watchman, Capitol Building 

R. H. Sanders Gardener, Capitol Grounds 

W. C. Horton Engineer, Central Heating Plant 

C. E. Barrow ..Custodian, State Departments Building 



State Government 15 



State Highway Commission 

Fhank Page - Chairman ...Aberdeen 

J. E. Cameron Commissioner ..Kinston 

J. K. NoRFLEET CommisBioner ..Winston-Salem 

J. G. Stikeleather Commissioner.. Asheville 

H. K. Witherspoon Project Engineer 

Homer Peelb - - - Auditor 

L. W. Baker Assistant 

W. S. Fallis State Highway Engineer 

Geo. F. Stme : Supervising Engineer 

Wm. L. Craven ....Bridge Engineer 

W. M. Peyton. Asheville Division Engineer 

J. D. Waldrop, Greensboro. Division Engineer 

W. F. MoRSON, Raleigh ..Division Engineer 

R. E. Snowden, Kinston. Division Engineer 

L. R. Ames Chief Draftsman 

M. M. Trumbull. Designing Engineer 

J. C. Gardner ..Locating Engineer 

O. F. Yount Superintendent of Bridge Construction 

H. B. Henderlite ..Testing Engineer 

G. T. McNab... United States Senior Highway Engineer 

A. L. Hooper United States Highway Engineer 

Charles D. Farmer Superintendent Motor Equipment 

J. B. Clingman .Superintendent of Maintenance Raleigh 

A. P. EsKRiDGE Maintenance Inspector Asheville 

H. Hocutt Maintenance Inspector Statesville 

A. F. Brown. Maintenance Inspector Greensboro 

J. T. Lashley Maintenance Inspector Bahama 

J. J. Lampley Maintenance Inspector Fayetteville 

R. Markham Maintenance Inspector Kinston 

F. G. HiNES ..Maintenance Inspector Tarboro 

State Board op Charities and Public Welfare 
Members of Board 

W. A. Blair, Chairman Winston-Salem 

Carey J. Hunter, Vice Chairman Raleigh 

A. W. McAlisteh Greensboro 

Rev. M. L. Kesler Thomasville 

Mrs. Walter F. Woodard Wilson 

Mrs. Thomas W. Lingle Chapel Hill 

Mrs. J. W. Pless Marion 

Roland F. Beasley, Commissioner Union 

Miss Daisy Denson, Secretary.. Wake 

Mrs. Clarence A. Johnson, Division Child Welfare. Wake 

Mrs. Clyde D. Powell, Stenographer Wake 

Mrs. Arthur Holding, Stenographer Wake 

State Child Welfare Commission 

E. C. Brooks, Member er officio State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Dr. W. S. Rankin, Member ex officio.. Secretary State Board of Health 

R. F. Beasley, Member ex officio; Chairman Commissioner of Public Welfare 

E. F. Carter, Executive Officer Wake 

E. F. Carter, Executive Officer Wake 

Miss Willie Blackburn, Stenographer .' ...Sampson 

Adjutant General's Department 

J. Van B. Metts Adjutant General New Hanover 

Gordon Smith. Assistant Adjutant General __.Wake 

Miss Lelia M. Dye. Executive Clerk Wake 

J. Frank Mitchell Clerk Wake 

Gordon Smith United States Property and Disbursing Officer Wake 

Francis A. Macon State Property and Disbursing Officer Vance 



16 State Government 



JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 

Justices of the Supreme Court 

Walter Clark Chief Justice Raleigh ..Wake 

Platt D. Walker Associate Justice Charlotte Mecklenburg 

William A. Hoke Associate. Justice Lincolnton Lincoln 

W. R. Allen Associate Justice Goldsboro_ ...Wayne 

W. P. Stacy ..Associate Justice Wilmington ..New Hanover 

Officials of the Supreme Court 

J. L. Sbawell — Clerk _ Raleigh Wake 

Marshall DeL. Haywood .Marshal and Librarian Raleigh Wake 

Robert C. Strong Reporter Raleigh Wake 

Judges of the Superior Courts 

W. M. Bond Edenton Chowan 

George W. Connor Wilson Wilson 

John H. Kerr Warrenton Warren 

F. A. Daniels Goldsboro Wayne 

J. Lloyd Horton Farmville Pitt 

Oliver H. Allen Kinston Lenoir 

Thomas H. Calvert Raleigh. Wake 

E. H. Cranmer Southport. Brunswick 

C. C. Lyon Elizabethtown _ .Bladen 

W. A. Devin ._. Oxford Granville 

H. P. Lane Reidsville Rockingham 

Thomas J. Shaw ..Greensboro Guilford 

W. J. Adams Carthage Moore 

W. F. Harding Charlotte Mecklenburg 

B. F. Long _ Statesville Iredell 

J. L. Webb.... Shelby Cleveland 

T. B. FiNLEY ..Wilkesboro Wilkes 

P. A. McElroy Marshall.. Madison 

J. Bis Ray ...Burnsville Yancey 

T. D. Bryson Bryson City Cherokee 

Solicitors 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus Elizabeth City Pasquotank 

Richard G. Allsbrook... Tarboro Edgecombe 

Garland Majette Jackson Northampton 

Walter D. Siler Siler City Chatham 

WooDus Kellum ..Wilmington New Hanover 

J. A. Powers... Kinston Lenoir 

H. E. NoRRis_ Raleigh... Wake 

H. L. Lyon Whiteville Columbus 

S. B. McLean Maxton Robeson 

S. M. Gattis- Hillsboro Orange 

S. P. Graves Mount Airy Surry 

John C. Bower Lexington Davidson 

W. E. Brock Wadesboro Anson 

G. W. Wilson Gastonia Gaston 

Hayden Clement Salisbury Rowan 

R. L. Huffman .Morganton Burke 

Johnson J. Hayes North Wilkesboro Wilkes 

G. D. Bailey Burnsville Yancey 

George M. Pritchard Marshall .Madison 

Gilmer Jones Franklin Macon 



CONTENTS 



CHAPTER I — Intkoduction. 

'~ II — Farms and Farm Labor. 
Ill — Trades. 

IV l^EWSPAPERS. 

V — Furniture Factories. 
YI — Knitting Mills. 
YII — Cotton, Woolen, Cordage, and Silk Mills. 
YIII — Miscellaneous Factories. 
Industries Classified. 
IX — Railroads and Employees. 
X — Water-Powers and Power Census. 
Appendix : 

Workmen's Compensation Laws (Digest). 
Labor Laws. 



2— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



CHAPTER I 
INTRODUCTORY 

Four years ago the General iissemblj changed the Report of the 
Department of Labor and Printing from an annual to a biennial 
publication, and it is now being issued in even years. 

It has been especially difficult to secure a complete list of the fac- 
tories this year, many of those reporting in former years having 
changed hands, some of them gone out of business, and some new ones 
having been established during the two years elapsing since the last 
investigation was made. 

Chapter II, FarmS and Farm Labor, shows, in Average Tables I 
and II, average number acres cultivated per farm in each county; 
increase or decrease in values ; fertility ; tendency toward larger or 
smaller farms and diversiiication of crops ; labor conditions and wages 
paid. Tables III and IV show cost of production of various farm 
products ; general condition of roads and favored methods of main- 
tenance ; educational and financial condition of farm labor. 

Chapter III, The Trades, shows, in Table I, as of the years 1918 
and 1920, averaged from all reports received, hours constituting 
day's labor in organized trades, union scale of wages, overtime rate, 
highest and lowest wages paid, percentage increase in wages ; for 
the unorganized workers in the various trades, highest and lowest 
wages received as of date of report, and hours constituting day's 
labor at time of report; percentage increase in living cost. Table 
II shows number of workmen needed to supply demand in the re- 
spective trades, average age apprentices enter trades, average term of 
apprenticeship, percentage of literacy, regularity of employment, 
wage payment periods and payment periods preferred. 

Chapter TV, NeWSpaperS. Summary shows classification by 
period of publication and politics, and total circulation of each class. 
Table I shows list of papers by counties, editor and proprietor. Table 
II shows how published, day of publication, class, date of establish- 
ment and circulation. Table III shows value of plants, yearly pay- 
roll, kind of power used, horsepower, number of employees, wages, 
hours, etc. 

Chapter V, Furniture Factories. Table I shows factories by 
counties, name of president, goods manufactured, year incorporated, 
capital stock. Table II shows number of days in operation during 
year, kind of power used, number of horsepower, hours constituting 
day's work, number of employees, per cent of literacy, estimated 
value of plant, estimated annual output, yearly pay-roll, etc. 



20 Introductory 



Chapter VI, Knitting Mills. This division carries the same infor- 
mation rehitive to knitting mills as occurs under Cliai)ter VII, with 
relation to cotton mills. 

Chapter VII, Cotton, Woolen, Cordage, and Silk Mills. Table I 

shows mills by counties, executive officers, year established, capital 
stock, how product is marketed, name of selling agent. Tal)le II shows 
whether mill spins or weaves, or both; class of goods nuide, number 
spindles, number looms, number cards; kind of power used, horse- 
power; approximate amount of raw material used; estimated yearly 
output ; number days in operation during year. Table III shows 
number of employees, classified ; hours, wages, and when paid ; per 
cent of literacy; persons dependent on operation of factory for liveli- 
hood. Included under this head, but treated separately, wnll be found 
the woolen, silk, and cordage mills. 

Chapter VIII, Miscellaneous Factories. Under this head are 
treated the establishments not falling under specific heads, that is to 
say, all manufacturing plants which do not show any one division of 
industry sufiiciently large to require separate treatment. It has not 
been the purpose hitherto to enumerate herein sawmills, gristmills, 
or cotton gins, except as the magnitude of a single mill would seem 
to ])lace it in the class of a factory ; grinding mills have been classed as 
factories if they bought corn and wheat and sold flour, meal, or grits, 
but w^ere not classed as factories when they ground for toll and sold 
no other product beyond toll earned. Sawmills doing a general 
lumber business have been classed as factories, while small mills, do- 
ing only a local business, were not. However, there has been no dis- 
crimination this year, although the list of institutions presented is 
complete only to the extent of facilities to make it so. Table I shows 
factories by counties, name of president and secretary or treasurer, 
article manufactured, capital, when established ; and Table II shows 
estimated value of plant, value of output, time in operation, hours 
constituting day's work, kind of power used, number of horsepower, 
number of employees, classified; condition of labor market, per cent 
of literacy among employees. 

Chapter IX, Railroads and Employees. 
Chapter X, Water-Powers and Power Census. 

Appendix 

In this division of the report is given digest of workmen's compen- 
sation laws of various states and the labor laws of Xorth Carolina. 



CHAPTER II 
FARMS AND FARM LABOR 

The situation in relation to farms and farm labor as of the present 
date is more or less chaotic, and it is difficult to express an opinion 
that would be applicable to future developments. 

The crops of the present year were produced under the higher 
wage rates prevailing early in the year, and under extreme scarcity 
of labor. While it may be said that farm labor is now available in 
reasonable quantity at a less wage than was paid for the production 
of the crops covered by this report, it is by no means to be said that 
farm labor is plentiful or cheap. As has been repeatedly pointed out 
in former issues of this publication, the farmers have put practically 
their entire productive capacity into the "money crops," with the 
result that they are now facing the apparent necessity of selling their 
product at figures distinctly lower than cost of production, in order 
to purchase food and feed stuffs at prices which have not felt the 
decline to such an extent as the articles they have and cannot afford 
to hold. 

While it is to be expected that labor conditions will improve con- 
siderably in time to affect next year's crop, it is hardly probable 
that a proper distribution of labor will be effected before the cropping 
year of 1922. 

The cheese industry has assumed creditable proportions and faces 
a future fraught with many possibilities. 

In the present emergency an equitable distribution of the State's 
labor is essential. , The cooperation of all citizens is needed in the 
effort to induce the unemployed to take up agricultural pursuits — a 
field in which the demand for help is generally far in excess of the 
supply. The shortage in farm labor is bound to be still more keenly 
felt unless some way can be found whereby the employers in cities 
and towns may join hands with the farmers in working out a just 
and equitable distribution of our labor supply. 

Reports indicate that the value of land has increased in practically 
every county of the State during the last biennial period; that fer- 
tility in all has been maintained, and that labor has been scarce. 
Tendency towards smaller farms and more intensive farming in 
ninety-four ; to larger ones in six. N'inety-eight counties report labor 
irregular and two regular. Public highways are reported good in 
twenty-one counties and fair in all the others ; improving in ninety- 
six; getting "slightly better" in four. All the counties of the State 
report public opinion favorable to the construction and maintenance 
of public thoroughfares by methods of taxation. 



22 Farms and Farm Labor 



Wage conditions show a healthy increase over previous reports. 
Present scale: Highest average paid men, per day, $3.37; lowest, 
$2.10 ; highest paid women, $2.05 ; lowest, $1.30. Average wages of 
children, $1.17. A general increase is noted in all the counties. The 
financial condition of wage-earners on the farms is reported good in 
forty-five counties, fair in fifty-five. Educational conditions good 
in twelve, fair in eighty-eight, improving in eighty-eight, slight ad- 
vancement in twelve. On the whole, the educational and financial 
condition of agricultural workers shows marked improvement over 
that prevailing when the report of this Department was last issued. 
A tendency toward more favorable conditions for this class of workers 
is clearly apparent and will doubtless be met in a spirit of cooperation 
on every hand. 

The tables following present the facts from which the deductions 
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CHAPTER III 

THE TRADES 

Tlie data from which the tables of this chapter were compiled was 
furnished prior to the sudden industrial depression which descended 
upon the country in the early fall, and does not reflect the radical 
changes in conditions which have so soon resulted — changes so sudden 
and so radical that business finds it difficult to adjust itself to them. 
As of the date of these reports from the trades the demand for prod- 
ucts far exceeded the supply. At this time there is a surplus of 
products which cannot be safely and profitably marketed, many 
manufacturing concerns are reducing their working forces and some 
plants have temporarily suspended operations. 

It is believed, however, that there will be an early revival of busi- 
ness upon a stable and more satisfactory basis than has obtained for 
several years. 

It was the purpose of the Department to secure reports from all 
trades in each locality giving data from which compilations might be 
made which would be informative as to local conditions in each com- 
munity and particularly helpful to both employers and employees in 
and out of the State. The replies have not been sufiiciently numer- 
ous and representative to make the original plan feasible. We are, 
therefore, giving averages for the various trades reporting. 

All trades report regular employment except brickmasons, musi- 
cians, plasterers, stage employees, and structural iron workers — the 
nature of these employments precluding full-time work. 

A shortage of men is indicated for the following: Carpenters, 
postoffice clerks, railway clerks, electricians, firemen, granite cutters, 
machinists, printers, photo-engi-avers, plumbers, and stage employees. 

Eleven trades report overtime ; 21 report none. 

Average hours of labor in organized trades: 1918, 8%2, at $5.31 
highest and $4.18 lowest average daily wage; 1920, 8^5 hours, at 
$6.82 highest and $5.59 lowest average daily wage. Unorganized 
workers: 1920. 9 hours, at $5.81 highest and $5.33 lowest average 
daily wage. 

The increase in wages since 1918 is shown to have been 39 per 
cent, while the cost of living has increased 104 per cent. 

Practically no dissatisfaction is shown" with present periods of 
wage payments. 

Twenty-one trades report 100 per cent literacy for both journey- 
men and apprentices; 11 show less than a perfect score — the average 
for the trades being, for journeymen 96 per cent, for apprentices 98 
per cent. 

The average age at which apprentices enter the trades is 17 years; 
average term of apprenticeship, 3%o years. 



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CHAPTER IV 
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 

In this chapter is presented a list of the daily, weekly, semiweekly, 
monthly, semimonthly, quarterly and annual publications in opera- 
tion at the close of the biennial period ending December 31, 1920. 
There have been numerous changes in the ownership and management 
of these newspapers and periodicals since the last report of the De- 
partment was issued. A score or more have suspended publication 
and the number of consolidations indicate a decided tendency towards 
fewer and larger papers. 

The number of establishments reporting (including those which 
produce daily and weekly publications with the same equipment) is 
280. A similar number reported for the previous biennial period, 
but the circulation has advanced from 1,127,497 to 1,314,64:2, an 
im^rease of 187,145. 

The summary and tables following indicate the number and circu- 
lation of various publications and conditions under which they 
operate. 

It may be noted here that a considerable number of the State's 
publications are printed by contract. 

The value of plants reported by 197 establishments is $2,729,140. 
One hundred ninety-nine report the employment of 1,629 persons in 
various capacities. One hundred and seventy-one of these estimate 
an aggregate yearly pay-roll of $1,897,188. Highest average daily 
wage of establishments reporting is $5.54; the lowest average, $2.37. 
Average number of hours constituting a day's work, eight and fifty- 
eight minutes. 

Electricity, gas, and gasoline predominate as motive power, but 
the use of small motors, or engines, only are required, and the aggre- 
gate number of horsepower in operation is comparatively small — 
1,035. 



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How Issued 



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CHAPTER V 
FURNITURE FACTORIES 

As compared with the totals for the biennial period ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1918, the number of establishments engaged in the manufac- 
ture of furniture, from which reports have been received, has in- 
creased from 89 to 12-1. The capital invested, number of persons 
employed, wages paid, and value of products have also been greatly in 
■excess of those for the preceding biennial period covered by the 1918 
(thirty-first) report of this Department. The period of depression 
which affected the furniture industry during the war continued for a 
time after the cessation of hostilities and reappeared shortly before 
the close of the last fiscal year. Many factories were completely 
closed for weeks, but there has been a general resumption of full- 
time operations and this important branch of the State's industries 
shows unmistakable signs of resuscitation and steady advancement. 

Conclusions drawn from correlated reports show the actual and 
authorized investment of caj^ital in the furniture industry to be $14,- 
790,322.77. Value of plants, $14,761,625 ; value of yearly output, 
$32,106,739; vearlv pav-roll, $7,334,310; total horse-power em- 
ployed, 14,478.' 

In the operation of the establishments reporting 9,299 persons are 
employed, of which number 8,721 are men, 418 are women and 160 
are children. The highest average daily wage paid men was $4.74, 
lowest $2.52. Highest average paid women $1.96, lowest $1.51. 
"Wages are paid weekly and semimonthly. 

Sixty-one of the plants use steam in driving their machinery, 
twenty-nine employ electricity, seventeen steam and electric, one 
steam and water, one water and electric, and fifteen operate by hand. 

The average number of hours worked per day, nine and three- 
<[uarters ; week, fifty-nine hours. 



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North Carolina Labor Statistics 



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J. R. Smith 


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R. B. Dula 


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Greensboro 

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51 


....do — - 


Melton-Rhodes Co.* 


Fred B. Rhodes 



*Same as last report. 



Furniture Factories 



65 



Articles Manufactured, Capital Stock, Etc. 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



B. F. Warren. 
J. S. Vincent. 
J. S. White... 



Ralph Rosenberg, V.-P. 



A. C. Chaffee.. 
D. H. Warlick. 

B. L. Stine 

L. E. Robb.... 



B. L. Stone 

J. A. Marshall, Mgr.. 



S. S. Jennings.. 

R. S. Crisp 

Malton Triplett 

Geo. Bailey 

George W. Hall 

G. F. Ivey.... 

E. B. Cline 

G. F. Ivey... 

J. M. Stora 

R. G. Edwards.. 

Miss Grace Boling 

S. Woodbury 

L. LaQuise 

O. T. Leonard... 

W. F. Sparger 

W. L. Galimore... 

Chas. M. Hoover 

George L. Hackney... 

L. J. Pearson.. 

Owners 

J. Grimes 

J. W. Lambeth 

F. S. Lambeth 

J. A. Finch 

John R. Myers. 

J. Hanes 

J. H. Rutledge, Prop. 

M. Vance Fulp 

M. Vance Fulp 

W. B. Casey, V.-Pres... 

M. B. Casey 

John D.' Stockton... 
R. A. Spaugh, Treas 
Frank B. Cash, B.-K.. 

C. W. Overman 

F R. Casper 

E. N. England 



Bed-springs, mattress and cots 

Metal springs and beds 

Bedroom furniture 

Coffins, caskets, etc 

Reframing and making furniture out of materials 

furnished by others -- 

Furniture 

Furniture 

Bedroom and dining-room furniture 

Tables, excelsior, etc 

Chairs 

Dressers, chiffoniers, kitchen cabinets, buSets, dress- 
ing tables, etc 

Chairs 

Biiffets and bedroom furniture 

Furniture.. 

Chairs - — 

Furniture 

Phonograph cabinets - 

Chairs .-- - 

Bedroom furniture 

School furniture. - --- 

Dining-room furniture --- 

School furniture - - --- 

Bentwood chairs 

Mission chairs - 

Bent stock for chairs and bentwood chairs.. 

Furniture 

Cabinets 

Chairs 



6 g.i: 
g-o § 



1904 
1907 
1881 
1906 



1903 



All kinds of furniture 

Chairs 

Chairs 

Parlor suits 

Mirrors -- 

Parlor furnit\ire 

Kitchen safes, cabinets, wardrobes, chifferobes. 

Chairs - 

Chairs 

Bedroom furniture ■ 

Chairs 

Pillows and beds 

Bedroom furniture... 

Kitchen and bedroom furniture... 

Chairs and rockers 



1910 



1911 



1908 



1912 



1903 



Bedroom furniture 

Chairs 

Bedroom furniture - 

Chairs 

Beds and pillows 

Filing cabinets and sectional bookcases ...l 1911 



Capital 
Stock 



1905 



86,000 

40,000 

203,400 

2,000 

650 
979,272 
266,854 
164,930 
2,500 
186,866 

208,555 
100,925 
110,421 
161,733 

20,000 

193,833 

1,475 

36,300 
172,699 
185,593 
115,802 
185,592 

39,425 

35,350 
8,000 

40,720 
6,525 

10,000 
211,211 
167,953 
100,286 

92,952 

10,000 



No. 



16,401 

188,168 

325,000 

1,039,000 

64,128 

27,000 

8,325 

166,035 

72,098 
246,593 



443,693 
431,960 
468,248 
2,000 
100 
100,000 



1 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



5— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostoflBce 


Factory 


President 


52 


Guilford 

....do 


Greensboro - 

....do 


Southern Feather and Pillow Co 




53 


Standard Table Co 




54 


_.-.do 


....do - 


Sterling Furniture Co. 




55 


-.--do 

-...do 


High Point 

--..do.. 




C. E. Hayworth, Prop 


56 


Barnes Manufacturing Co 


57 


-.-.do 


....do 




Fred N Tate 


58 


...-do 


----do -.-- 






59 


-...do 


do 


The Continental Furniture Co 

Dalton Furniture Co 


Fred N Tate 


60 


-.--do 


....do 




61 


-...do 


-...do 


Fred Ecker 


Fred Ecker 


62 


-.-.do --.. 


....do -.. 


Ejecto File Co 




63 


..--do -.- 


....do 


J. F. & A. Ellison 




64 


....do 


-.--do 






65 


..--do 


....do 






66 


....do 


..-.do 






67 


....do 


-...do . . 


High Point Furniture Co. 




68 


-.--do 


....do .. 


High Point Metallic Bed Co. 




69 


..--do 


-..-do 


Ideal Table Co 




79 


..--do...- 


....do 






71 


...-do 


---.do.. 


Keystone Cabinet Co 




72 


---.do 


-...do 






73 


..-.do 

....do 


.--do 

-...do 






74 






75 


....do 


....do 






76 


....do 


--.-do 


Myrtle Desk Co 




77 


....do 


-...do 


National Upholstering Co. 




78 


....do 


....do 


A. J. Rickel Furniture Mfg. Co 




79 


....do 


... do 






80 


....do 


do 






81 


....do... 

....do 

....do 


-...do 

....do. 

.-.do 


Tate Furniture Co.- 


A. E. Tate 


82 




C. F. Tomlinson 


83 




W. G. Kirkman 


84 


.---do 


---do 






85 


-.--do 


-...do 




W. T. Powell .. .. 


86 


....do 


....do 






87 


....do 


Pleasant Garden -- 

Dunn 

Hazelwood 

do 


Pleasant Garden Co. -. 




88 


Harnett 

Haywood 

-.--do.- 






89 






99 




Jas. W. Reed 


91 


Iredell 


Mooresville -- 

Statesville 

..--do 






92 


...-do 






93 


...-do 






94 


-.--do 


..-do 


O. W. Slam Glass Co.... 




95 


---do 


.--.do 






96 




Sanford 

Marion 


Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co.... 




97 


McDowell 

---.do 


Blue Ridge Furniture Co.* 


F. M. Hiiffman 


98 


...-do 






99 

inn 


— .do 

--..do 


.--do 

.---do 


Dresel Furniture Co., No. 2 


J. L. Morgan 


ini 


Mecklenburg.. 
New Hanover. 
---do 


Charlotte 

Wilmington 

---do 


H. M. Wade Mfg. Co... 




102 




J. W. Jenkins 


103 




H. W. Hoger 


104 


Randolph 


Asheboro 


American Bentwood Chair Co 





*Same as last report. 



FuENiTURE Factories 



67 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



J. Kellenberger. 



E. S. Wall. 



W. H. Davis. 
L. I. Massey.. 
R. B. Terry.. 



Chas. A. Varner. 
Arthur Ellison... 
O. H. Ellison 



.^.rticles Manufactured 



Beds and pillows. 



M. J. Wrenn. 



D. E. Kearns 

Wm. Tate 

J. .Vassie Wilson. 



Tables 

Chairs 

Bedroom furniture. 

Furniture 

Furniture 

Tables.. 

Mirrors 

Office files 

Parlor furniture 

Furniture 

Bedroom furniture.. 

Furniture 

Bedroom furniture.. 
Metal beds. 



g-o: 






1901 



Furniture. 
Furniture. 



A. W. Marsh, V.-Pres.. 
C. B. Mattocks. 



J. W. Poplin. 



W. C. Rowe. 
S. L. Davis.. 



Fred A. Thomas 

J. W. Harris 

R. H. Shaw, Jr., Mgr. 
E. K. Tucker 

A. L. Newberry 

Chas. E. Quinland 



R. W. Troutman. 

L. S. Gilliam 

C. E. Keiger 

Fred T. Slam 

J. G. Shelton 

W. H. Fitts. 



T. F. Wrenn 

Byron Conley 

L. J. Cutlar, Mgr.. 
H. M. Wade 



F. J. Phillips. 



Parlor furniture. 



Upholstering furniture _ 

Manufacturing furniture in white 

Parlor furniture 

Chairs and library suits 

Dining-room and bedroom furniture. 

Furniture 

Davenette frames 

Furniture 



Chairs 

Furniture 

Bedroom furniture... 

Household furniture 

Lumber and kitchen tables. 



Mirrors. 



Bedroom furniture 

Oak beds, dressers, washstands, chiffoniers, etc.. 
Bedroom suits, china closets 



Bank, store and office furniture 

Staircases, showcases, columns, etc.. 

Cabinets, columns, mantels, etc 

Dining-room chairs 



1920 



Capital 

Stock 



30,539 

182,770 

116,204 

10,000 

100,926 

252,443 

44,869 

80,000 

110,600 

102,900 

78,000 

19,683 

7,500 

370,000 

82,000 

311,975 

106,746 

76,159 

210,000 

18,500 

34,404 

18,500 

88,295 

11,690 

213,903 

10,. 500 

4,650 

47,973 

108,192 

295,523 

860,814 

14,813 

208,617 



119,249 

8,486 

67,649 

285,652 

142,299 

25,000 

14,859 

169,252 

150,084 

379,934 

47,953 

7,000 

40,000 

12,000 

155,000 

113,796 

2,250 

7,800 

27,840 



Xo. 



52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

S3 

84 

85 

86 

87 



100 
101 
102 
103 
104 



*Same as last report. 



68 



[N'oKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 



County 



Randolph. 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry. 

....do. 

....do 

...-do 

_...do 

Wake 

....do 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

..._do 

....do 



PostoflSce 



Asheboro 

....do. 

..__do. 

Liberty 

Ramseur 

...do 

Randleman. 

Albemarle 

King 

Elkin, R. F. D.... 

Mount Airy 

.-..do. 

....do 

....do 

Raleigh — 

....do -. 

Goldsboro. 

North Wilkesboro 

....do 

....do 



Factory 



Asheboro Chair Co 

Piedmont Chair Co 

Randolph Chair Co 

Liberty Chair Co 

Moffitt Mfg. Co.. 

Ramseur Furniture Co.. 

Deep River Chair Co 

Albemarle Cabinet Co 

King Mfg. Co., Inc 

Elkin Furniture Co... 

Banner Mfg. Co 

Mount Airy Furniture Co 

Mount Airy Mantel and Table Co. 

National Furniture Co 

Raleigh Mfg. Co 

H. S. Storr Co 

Goldsboro Furniture Co.* 

Forest Furniture Co 

Home Chair Co 

Oak Furniture Co 



President 



Jas. H. Johnson. 



R. H. Leonard. 



H. S. Storr..-. 
J. H. Borden. 



*Same as last report. 



EuKNiTURE Factories 



69 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 


Articles Manufactured 


a.S 

PI 

1 o'S 

^ "" £ 
>5B 


Capital 
Stock 


No. 


J. 0. Redding 


Chairs 




$ 54,352 

14,428 

39,897 

5,000 

2,500 

143,936 

33,575 

5,650 

15,000 

149,312 

14,400 

479,686 

322,640 

453,017 

25,000 

39,831 

90,000 

89,542 

26,000 

83,674 


105 




Chairs 




106 




Chairs 




107 


Jas. H. Johnson 


Broom handles . . . 


1905 


108 


S. F. Moffitt 


Chairs .. 


109 


M. 0. Smith, B.-K 






110 


E. F. Ferryman 


Chairs 




111 


C. W. RusseU 


Furniture.. 




11? 


John Christian 


Beds and safes 




113 


R. L. Hubbard 


Desks and cabinets 




114 


E. C. Foy 




1903 


ll") 


E. H. Kocktitzky 


Bedroom furniture 


116 


B. H. Williamson, V-P. 


Mantels and tables 




117 


John Sabotten 


Bedroom furniture .. 




118 


G. W. MarshaU 






119 


J. C. Root 


OfEce furniture . 




m 


L. C. Lane 




1887 


I'l 


J. R. Finley 


Bedroom furniture 


199 


J. H. McNeiU 


Dining-room chairs 




123 


J. H. Johnson 


Bedroom furniture 




1''4 











70 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — Showing Value of Plants 



No, 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 



Factory 



Mebane Bedding Co 

Mebane Iron Bed Co 

The White Furniture Co 

Valley Mfg. Co. , 

C. H. Reeves 

Carolina Wood Products Co. 

Drexel Furniture Co 

Morganton Furniture Co 

Warlick & Shcrrill Co 

Bernhardt Chair Co.. 

Caldwell Furniture Co 

Ethel Chair Co 

Harper Furniture Co 

Kent-Coffey Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Furniture Corporation 

Thomas Phonograph Co 

Hiclvory Chair Mfg. Co 

Hickory Furniture Co 

Ivey Mfg. Co 

Martin Furniture Co 

Southern Desk Co 

Bent Oak Chair Mfg. Co 

Chatham Chair Mfg. Co 

High Point Bending and Chair Co.* 

The Valley River Lumber Co... 

French Cabinet Works 

Denton Chair Co 

Dixie Furniture Co 

Elk Furniture Co. 

Hoover Chair Co 

Lexington Chair Co 

Lexington Upholstering Co 

Piedmont Mirror Co.* 

Southern Upholstering Co 

Lambeth Furniture Co 

Standard Chair Co 

Thomasville Chair Co 

Thomasville Furniture Co 

Hanes Chair and Table Co 

Western Feather Co 

Kernersville Furniture Mfg. Co 

King Furniture Co 

Forsyth Chair Co 

Forsyth Dining-room Furniture Co.. 

Forsyth Furniture Co 

Forsyth Mfg. Co 

B. S. Huntley Furniture Co 

Overman Chair Co 

Greensboro Bedding Co.. 

Melton-Rhodes Co.* 

Southern Feather and Pillow Co 

Standard Table Co 



Postoffice 



Mebane 

....do 

..._do 

Edwards X Roads.. 

Asheville 

Woodfin 

Drexel 

Morganton 

Granite Falls 

Lenoir 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

-.-do 

Hickory 

-..do 

...do 

...do 

West Hickory 

Slier City 

....do 

....do 

Murphy 

New Bern 

Denton 

Lexington 

--..do 

-..-do 

-..-do 

...-do 

.-..do 

---.do 

Thomasville 

..--do - 

-.-.do 

-.-.do 

Mocks ville 

Durham 

Kernersville 

.-.-do 

Winston-Salem... 

..-.do 

...do—. 

...do 

...do 

Gibsonville 

Greensboro 

..-do. 

...do 

...do 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 
of Plant 



25,000 
100,000 
2,000 
135 
877,667 
288,809 
379,939 
17,000 
138,970 
191,668 
144,527 
61,7.32 
97,051 
100,000 
276,214 
500 
50,000 
136,999 
73,975 
113,263 
74,243 
27,228 
4,403 
40,000 
133,785 
3,331 
15,000 
261,908 
192,850 
64,839 
112,415 
125,000 
8,000 
21,380 
224,955 
415,000 
750,000 
279,343 
15,000 
8,000 
85,917 
41,907 
186,877 
212,659 
313,003 
177,570 
195,078 
250 
54 
100,000 
60,988 
256,409 



Esti- 
mated 

Value 
Yearly 
Output 



§375,000 
100,000 
700,000 
600 
832 
1,810,744 
456,462 
825,435 
30,000 
260,076 
341,395 
206,333 
119,997 
259,302 
300,000 
554,263 
2,000 
500,000 
265, 193 
217,640 
222,387 
241,791 
50,193 
11,500 
80,000 
240,000 
18,200 
75,000 
383,044 
350,000 
135,1.52 
203,134 
90,000 
100,000 
•36,599 
416,578 
700,000 
1,462,000 
667,140 
68,000 
16,500 
195,873 
87,192 
351,636 
500,000 
820,506 
390,680 
852,830 
450 
3,500 
300,000 
86,231 
410,438 



Esti- 
mated 
Yearly 
Pav- 
Roll 



20,000 

110,600 

300 



419,415 

78,858 

147,729 

10,000 

81,981 

15,367 

53,675 

35,518 

67,928 

75,000 

85,009 

500 

100,000 

99,346 

85,404 

70.442 

85,567 

21,990 

4,271 

38,000 

44,900 

11,980 

25,000 

60,854 

62,537 

45,609 

66,118 

15,000 

8,000 

11,512 

119,278 

238,800 

562,100 

138,815 

22,600 

3,150 

41,047 

18,873 

66,407 

109,224 

223,378 



13,765 



2,000 
85,000 

2,877 
85,198 



•Same as last report. 



Furniture Eactories 



71 



Power, 



k 


Power 


1 
u o 

22 
S o 


3 

O .M 

S-2 o 
a SV, 

3 S rt 


<^ 3&: 

S o c; 


Employees 


o ^ 






O-S 

3 
c3 o CD 






o 


"3 
o 


No. 


275 




66 

35 


10 
10^ 
10 
8 


60 
564- 
56 


52 


4 


— - 


56 


90 
100 

90 
100 


yes 
yes 
yes 


1 






? 


270 




125 
3 






125 
3 


3 


52 




25 

2 

1'018 

150 

500 

75 

75 

275 

40 

65 

125 

100 

150 

80 

150 

130 

155 

183 

150 

57 

50 

125 

125 

3 

100 

125 

158 

75 

125 






4 


260 








5 


307 




10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 

8 
10 

8 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 

10 
10 
10 
9 

10 
10 


60 
58 
58 
60 
40 
57 
48 
60 
375 
55 
57 
60 
55 
55 
54 
55 
57 
60 
55 
60 
54 
60 
50 
60 
60 
55 
55 
55 
60 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
60 
55 
55 
57 
57 
51 
48 
55 


250-468 

95-109 

107-186 

16 

75 

90-102 

48 

20-67 

61-81 

90 

93 

2 

100 

60-96 

72-116 

85 

74-133 

24-37 

21-28 

70 

64-71 

4 

40 

62-79 

69 

7-90 

67-90 

10 

6 

11 

101-114 

290-300 

624 

110 

32-47 

6 

48-67 

28-34 

87 

90-111 

171-198 

126 

146-165 


23-40 


.... 


507 
109 
200 

n 

75 

107 

48 

81 

94 

90 

95 

2 

125 

121 

131 

94 

110 

39 

32 

70 

80 

5 

40 

75 

70 

98 

104 

10 

6 

11 

122 

307 

628 

111 

52 

6 

59 

30 

93 

122 

203 

127 

163 






(i 


300 


electric . 






7 


307 


electric . . . 


3-7 


4 






8 


300 




100 


no 


9 


307 








10 


300 






8 






11 


307 








1? 


193 






2 
3 






13 


276 








14 


250 




90 


yes 


IS 


300 






2 


16 


60 








IT 


300 




25 
13-21 
10-15 

13 
1 


1 

1 
4 




no 


18 


26S 




19 


310 


steam and electric 






?0 


275 


steam and electric 






?1 


310 


steam and electric 






'>,'>, 


307 


steam and electric. 






?? 


65 


steam 










?4- 


300 








90 


no 


'>S 


307 


steam 


2 
1 





''6 


312 


electric 






27 


275 


steam . 


75 


yes 


28 


300 


steam 






29 


307 


steam and electric 


6 
7-10 


1 
3 
4 






30 


140 


electric 






31 


268 


steam 






^9 


300 




100 
100 


yes 
no 


33 


300 


electric 


20 






34 


260 








35 


295 


steam . 


125 
350 
518 
125 
85 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 

8 
10 
10 

9 
10 

8 
10 


1 
1 
4 
1 
2 


6 
25 

3 






36 


275 


steam 






37 


307 


steam and electric 






38 


307 


steam _.. 






39 


268 


steam 






40 


300 








41 


295 


steam... 


125 
100 

10 
125 
150 
408 
923 

15 










42 


295 


steam 


6 

1 


4 

7 
8 






43 


309 


electric 






44 


309 


steam 






45 


302 


steam 






46 


310 


water and electric 






47 


305 


steam and electric. 






48 




steam 








no 


49 


307 




54 
60 
48 
57 


2 
85 

1 
82-87 


2 


.... 


4 
85 

5 
95 




50 


300 


steam 


125 




no 


51 


307 




4 
5-11 


6 


52 


306 


steam and electric 


450 






53. 



72 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No. 



90 

«1 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

■97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 



Factory 



Sterling Furniture Co 

Alma Furniture Co 

Barnes Mfg. Co 

Cabinet Furniture Co 

Climax Upholstering Co 

The Continental Furniture Co... 

Dalton Furniture Co 

Fred Ecker. 

Ejecto File Co 

J. F. and A. Ellison 

Ellison Furniture Co 

Giant Furniture Co 

Globe Parlor Furniture Co 

High Point Furniture Co 

High Point Metallic Bed Co 

Ideal Table Co. 

Kearns Furniture Co. 

Keystone Cabinet Co... 

Knox Upholstering Co 

J. A. Lindsey 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Mattocks Furniture Co... 

Myrtle Desk Co 

National Upholstering Co 

A. J. Rickel Furniture Mfg. Co.. 

Rowe Parlor Furniture Co 

Southern Chair Co 

Tate Furniture Co 

Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co 

Union Frame Co 

Union Furniture Co 

Welch Furniture Co 

Wrenn-Columbia Furniture Co.. 

Pleasant Garden Co 

Newberry Bros. & Cowell, Inc.. 

Unagusta Mfg. Co 

Waynesville Furniture Co 

Mooresville Furniture Co 

Carolina Parlor Furniture Co 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co. 

O. W. Slam Glass Co.. 

Statesville Furniture Co 

Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co.* 

Catawba Furniture Co 

Drexel Furniture Co., No. 2 

McDowell Furniture Co 

H. M. Wade Mfg. Co..... 

Jenkins Cabinet Shop 

Wilmington Cabinet Shop 

American Bentwood Chair Co... 

Asheboro Chair Co.-. 

Piedmont Chair Co 



Postoffice 



Greensboro. 
High Point. 
....do.. 



..._do 

-..-do 

-..-do.... 

...-do-... 

-..-do 

-...do 

...-do 

-.--do 

-..-do 

...-do 

----do 

-..-do 

--.-do- 

-.--do _._ 

-...do 

...-do - 

----do- -- 

-.--do 

-..-do 

-..-do- -.- 

-..-do 

-...do 

....do 

.-.-do 

-.-.do- 

..--do- 

..--do-- 

..--do 

--.do 

...-do 

Pleasant Garden 

Dunn 

Hazelwood 

.---do -. 

Mooresville 

Statesville 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

Sanf ord 

Marion 

...do 

...-do 

..--do 

Charlotte 

Wilmington 

-.-do 

Asheboro 

..-do 

...do 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 
of Plant 



$140, 

10, 

115, 

246, 

120, 

2.50, 

125, 

207, 

63, 

11, 

3, 

279, 

127, 

71, 

111, 

68, 

158, 

8, 

76, 

61, 

189, 

28, 

116, 

35, 

2 

45, 
83, 
1.54, 
710, 
21, 



70 

12 

31 

235 

115 

20 

12 

188 

274 

521 

25 

5 



,618 
,890 
,603 
,6.32 
,773 
,000 
,115 
634 
,378 
017 
943 
000 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 
Yearly 
Output 



$239,982 

40,000 

163,635 

520,000 

150,000 

800,000 

199,436 

265,910 

115,000 

28,000 

11,000 

700,000 

202,700 

161,280 

196,370 

141,004 

3.55,117 

30,000 

144,389 

130,000 

347,754 

41,728 

214,215 

55,000 

10,000 

73,532 

207,868 

205,366 

2,000,000 

36,785 

322,178 



160,844 

15,757 

76,522 
460,769 
254,430 
200,000 

16,078 
377,997 
561,439 
835,705 

61,740 
100,000 
125,000 

50,000 

150,000 

300,000 

3,500 

1,500 

55,660 
125,886 

98,000 



Esti- 
mated 
Yearly 
Pay- 
Roil 



56,595 

9,000 

28,552 

139,731 
22,737 

125,000 
55,000 
18,600 
42,480 
14,400 
6,000 

199,800 
44,349 
51,320 
29,780 
49,132 
89,741 
19,200 
46,112 
24,000 
72,918 
9,809 
74,357 
7,200 
4,750 
26,302 
66,620 
69,199 

342,478 
10,787 
70,762 



40,365 

3,600 

27,453 

119,338 
51,632 
50,000 
2,175 
75,832 
24,. 324 

2.30,069 
16,728 
20,000 
18,000 
5,000 
35,382 
87,000 



6,972 
19,822 
38,742 
25,900 



*Same as last report. 



FuRNiTUKE Factories 



73 



Continued 



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60 


10 
10 

9 

10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


55 
60 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
54 
55 
60 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
54 
55 
55 
55 
55 


76 

30 

8-21 

79-139 

30 

120 

50 

21 

33 

15 

15 

225 

32 

52-63 

29-40 

30-54 

68-82 

14 

34 

22 

75-86 

7-10 

53-94 

5 

4 

29 

70-101 

5&-85 

199-276 

11-24 

50-80 


1 

2 

1-3 

3-15 

3 

5 


7 


77 
32 
22 

158 
33 

125 
50 
21 
33 
15 
15 

230 
35 
84 
39 
69 

114 
14 
35 
22 
86 
10 
99 
5 
4 

30 
99 
91 

315 
23 
85 






54 


313 




100 


no 


55 


144 




56 


300 




190 

5 

150 






57 


-251 








58 


300 




90 


yes 


5q 


507 




fin 


290 




50 
30 
25 
55 

300 
11 

125 
40 
72 

175 
48 










fii 


307 












fia 


307 












63 


307 












64 


275 




5 

1 

16-22 


2 
7 






65 


307 








fifi 


250 








67 


267 








68 


260 




3-5 
11-19 


— - 






fiQ 


300 








70 


307 








71 


307 




1 


— - 






7?, 


303 


electric 


55 

127 

2 

150 






73 


266 




4-6 
2-4 
1-5 


-— 






74 


302 








75 


236 








76 


307 








77 


300 




15 
25 

200 
100 
387 
40 
150 










78 


307 




1 

2 
1-4 

7 

3 


7 

1 






79 


283 








80 


307 








SI 


217 








8? 


267 








83 


308 








84 










85 


289 




125 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 

8 
10 

9 
10 


55 

50 

60 

60 

60 

55 

55 

60 

55 

55 

55 

55 

60 

60 

55 

57i 

55 

44 

55 

55 

60 


45-60 

7 

20-25 

103 

55 

75 

9 

88-106 

48 

305 

16-24 

30 

35 

20 

42-47 

68 


4 


- — 


62 

7 

24 

104 

58 

75 

9 

108 
48 

308 
23 
55 
35 
20 
47 
69 






Rfi 


307 








87 


275 


steam 


60 
150 
100 










88 


300 




1 
3 


— - 






8Q 


300 








90 


300 




98 


yes 


91 


68 




2 

125 

245 

350 

75 

125 

100 

100 

75 

80 

8 

10 

65 

110 

70 






Q? 


300 




1 


— - 






P3 


246 








94 


300 




3 


— - 






95 


286 








96 


300 




20 


5 


100 
100 
95 


no 
no 
fair 


97 


310 




98 


225 








99 


305 








mo 


300 




1 


— - 






101 


250 








]()?, 


300 




4 

28-36 

49-60 

27 






4 
36 
64 
27 






103 


253 




1 


1 
3 






104 










105 


307 


steam 






106 



74 



IToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



No. 



107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 



Factory 



Randolph Chair Co.— 

Liberty Chair Co 

Moffitt Mfg. Co 

Ramseur Furniture Co 

Deep River Chair Co 

Albemarle Cabinet Co 

King Mfg. Co., Inc. 

Elkin Furniture Co 

Banner Mfg. Co 

Mount Airy Furniture Co 

Mount Airy Mantel and Table Co.. 

National Furniture Co 

Raleigh Mfg. Co 

H. S. StorrCo 

Gnldsboro Furnitvue Co.* 

Forest Furniture Co 

Home Chair Co 

Oak Furniture Co 



Postoffice 



Asheboro 

Liberty 

Ramseur 

..._do .-. 

Randleman 

Albemarle 

King- 

Elkin, R. F. D 

Mount Airy 

....do 

...-do 

...do 

Raleigh. 

....do... 

Goldsboro 

North Wilkesboro... 

.-..do 

...do 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 
of Plant 



S 53,862 

4,000 

840 

71,442 

47,664 

1,220 

5.498 

133,485 

10,000 

368,844 

232,018 

301,801 



5,920 

75,000 

82,094 

325 

103,469 



Esti- 
mated 

Value 
Yearly 
Output 



.?123,139 

20,000 

1,500 

147,840 

72,237 

5,780 

11,136 

291,019 

40,000 

713,292 

471,336 

690,340 

21,600 

13,500 

150,000 

147,453 

1,200 

154,525 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 
Pay- 
Roll 



S 35,814 
2,000 



49.624 

2,080 

2,640 

3,489 

67,239 

6,000 

160,263 

151,031 

207,133 

2.280 

11.050 

36.000 

47.152 

1,425 

33,127 



''Same as last report. 



ruRNiTTJKE Factories 



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66 
15 
60 


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10 
10 
10 

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10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 

9 
10 

9 


55 
55 
60 
60 
55 
60 
60 
60 
55 
60 
55 
55 
59 
48 
60 
54 
55 
54 


33 
12 






33 
12 






107 


200 








75 


yes 


108 


153 








10Q 


30 




83 

61 

3 

28 

80-92 

12 

138-178 

170-186 

135-180 

10 

11 

40 

31-58 

11 

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83 

61 

3 

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106 

12 

109 

128 

207 

10 

11 

60 

59 

11 

72 






110 


307 












111 


300 












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113 


300 






10 






114 


250 




75 
228 
125 
223 
25 
22 
150 
160 
150 
150 


50 


yes 


115 


305 




5-12 
14-23 
17-20 


5 
4 
5 


n« 


300 








117 










118 


300 




95 


fair 


119 


300 








1?0 


300 




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1 


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^. 



CHAPTEE VI 



KNITTING MILLS 

The hosiery and knit-goods industry of North Carolina is one of 
the most rapidly growing branches of the textile group. There is 
now no necessity for the imported article, for the machinery has been 
improved to such an extent that it is possible to produce right here at 
home articles of the finest quality demanded by the most exacting 
consumer. The constantly increasing variety of the products of this 
industry requires many different classes of help and opens oppor- 
tunities for the wage-earners of which they never dreamed prior to 
the invention of knitting machinery. 

There has been a noticeable expansion in this industry the past two 
years, as evidenced by the statistics, but it does not necessarily follow 
that the manufacturers have encountered no obstacles in the operation 
of their plants. The demand for their capacity output experienced 
during the year 1919 and the first half of 1920 has not since been 
maintained ; extraordinary fluctuations in the price of raw materials 
have prevailed; the wage scale, also, has been unstable, and various 
other causes have kept manufacturers in a state of perplexity. How- 
ever, depressing times are passing; many plants which shut do^vn 
a little while ago are resuming operations, and the knitting industry 
looks to the future with hope and confidence. 

The total number of mills reporting is 169, an increase of 38 over 
the report for 1918. The capital authorized and employed has 
increased from $10,262,285 in 1918 to $31,144,466 this year. The 
estimated value of yearly output reported by 117 mills is $21,263,571. 
Number of spindles employed 216,782; knitting machines, 20,444; 
sewing machines, 1,128; number horsepower, 22,338; number em- 
ployees, adults: male, 5,775; female, 9,443; children (under six- 
teen), 1,275. Total number employed, 16,493. Number dependent 
on mills for a livelihood, 29,416. 

Highest average daily wage paid men is reported to be $5.60 ; low- 
est average, $2.61. Highest average paid women, $4.35; lowest, 
$1.80. 

Sixteen mills report the use of steam for power ; 106 employ elec- 
tricity exclusively; 15 steam and electricity; one, steam and water; 
two, water; and the remainder generate their power from internal 
combustion engines. 

The number of hours constituting a day's work is ten ; week, 60 
hours. 



78 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Knitting Mills, by 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Mill 



President 



AlamancB- 

....do 

.—do 

.—do 

.—do 

.—do 



—do 

—do 

.—do 

..-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

—.do- 

....do 

....do 

.—do 

....do 

....do 

—do 

Buncombe. 

Burke 

...do- 

...do 

...do 



—do 

—do 

...do 

—do 

...do 

Cabarrus. 

--do 

Caldwell- 

—do 

Carteret-- 
Catawba.. 

—do 

...do 



.do- 
.do- 



...do- 



...do 

Chatham- 

...do 

Chowan... 
Cleveland. 

--do 

—do 



Burlington. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.—do , 



....do .-. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-do 

....do 

Graham 

—do 

Haw River.. 

....do 

—do 

...do 

Mebane 

Saxapahaw.. 

Asheville 

Drexel .- 

Hildebran... 

Icard 

...do 



...do 

Morganton. 
...do , 

Valdese 

..-do. 

Concord 

...do 

CoUettville. 

Lenoir 

Beaufort 

Claremont.. 

Hickory 

.-do 



....do— 
..-.do..- 

Newton. 



.--do 

Pittsboro 

Siler City 

Edenton 

Boiling Springs 

La wndale 

Shelby- - 



."Alamance Hosiery Mills. 
Altamont Hosiery Mills.. 

Daisy Hosiery Mills 

Goodman Hosiery Mills. 

Graham Hosiery Mill 

Juvenile Hosiery Mill 



Sellars Hosiery Mills 

Southern Hosiery Mills 

Standard Hosiery Mill 

Thurston's Hosiery Mills 

Walker Hosiery Mills* 

Whitehead Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 

White Cotton Co 

White-Williamson Co.— 

Childrey Hosiery Mill 

Max Lieberman, Inc.f 

Maple Crest Hosiery Mill 

Riverside Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 8... 

White-Williamson Co 

Asheville Knitting Mill 

Drexel Knitting Mill Co 

J. A. Cline & Son Hosiery Mill. 

Highway Knitting Mills 

Icard Knitting Mills 



Icard Mfg. Co 

Garron Knitting Mills 

Vandois Knitting Mills 

Liberty Hosiery Mill 

Waldensian Hosiery Mill 

G. H. Y. Hosiery Co 

Hoover Hosiery Co. 

The CoUettville Hosiery Mills. 

Lenoir Hosiery Mills* 

Orion Knitting Millst 

Claremont Hosiery Mill Co 

The Best Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Elliott Knitting Mills 



Hickory Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 

Ranford Knitting Mills 

Fidelity Hosiery Mills Co... 



Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co... 

Elizabeth Hosiery Mills* 

Siler City Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 

Edenton Hosiery Mills 

Winner Mills, Inclf-. 

Elmore Hosiery Mills§ 

Blanch Hosiery Mill 



(not incorporated) — . 



George W. Anthony.. 
J. A. Goodman, Buyer 

Dr. J. S. Frost.. 

J. & C. R. Love, Pro- 
prietors 

D. E. Sellars, Prop... 

J. M. Browning 

John Shoffner, Prop.. 



D. D. DeMoae.... 
L. C. Chrisman.. 
Wm. E. White.... 
F. L. Williamson. 



Max Lieberman. - 
Max Lieberman. - 

J. A. Long 

J. S. Carr, Jr 

F. L. Williamson. 

W. F. Frazer 

S. Huffman 



W. Y. Frazier, Prop.. 
Walter C.Taylor, Pro- 
prietor 

D. B. Mull 

Francis Garron 

B. F. Davis 

Francis Garron 

Francis Garron 

W. W. Flowe 

Vacant-- -. 

J. Grisett 

F. P. Moore 



M. M. Smyre 

Dr. O. L. Hollar. 
W. Lyerly 



H. A. Sacks.... 
G. E. Ransom. 
D. M. Ausley.. 



Geo. A. Warliek. 



J. M. Stout 

E. C. White 

J. W. Wood 

C. J. Yelton 

W. G. McBrayer. 



*Same as last report. 
jNot running. 



JBranch of Banston. 



§Idle during 1919-1920. 



UNot running during 1919-1920. 



Knitting Mills 



79 



Counties, Capital Stock, Officeis, Etc. 



Secretary 
or 

Treasurer 


13 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold Direct 

or 

Through 

Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 




1916 


$ 10,000 
42,000 
55,000 


jobber. .. 




1 


L. H. Young 






?. 


W. H. May 


1898 






3 




both 




4 


J. E. Black.. 


1918 


11,429 

46,671 
85,232 
45,000 
16,200 


direct 








agents 

both. 




6 




1907 
1913 




7 


C. J. Bolard 






8 


John ShoJffner 






q 






both 




10 


C. A. Walker 


1917 
1907 
1917 
1849 


27,000 
41,440 
21,131 
180,000 


direct 




11 


R. H. Whitehead 


both 




1? 


S. S. Holt 






13 


L. A. Williamson 


both 




14 








15 


J. M. Coble.. 


1916 
1916 
1917 
1913 
1906 
1918 
1917 








16 


John Coble 


25,000 

25,000 

113,886 

180,000 

1,000 

63,614 

25,460 

18,486 


direct 




17 


R. K. Lasley.... 


agent 




18 


E. T. Carr, Supt 


direct 




1Q 


L. A. Williamson 






90 








21 


R. 0. Huffman. 






n 


C. V. Cline, Mgr 






■53 








94 






direct 




''5 


W. Y. Frazier... 


1914 
1917 
1914 
1918 
1901 
1916 
1918 
1917 
1917 


15,250 
150,000 
22,000 
18,100 
34,000 
81,356 
10,000 
16,800 
3,700 






''6 


E. D. Alexander 






V 


A. F. Garron... 


agents 

direct 


Sutton, Rosemary & Nicholson, New York 


28 


Albert F. Garron 


^q 


Albert F. Garron, 


agent 

agents 

agent. 




30 


J. Goodman 


Cannon Mills, New York 


31 


A. R. Hoover. 


Cannon Mills, New York... 


3? 


I. G. Greene 




33 


Joe C. Moore 






34 








35 


L. H. Phillips 


1917 
1920 
1910 

1905 
1916 
1910 

1912 
1908 
1918 
1919 
1918 


18,596 
20,000 
25,000 

31,000 

8,000 

162,861 

87,200 






36 


W. L. Hollar... 


direct 




37 




agent 

agent 

agents 


Condit& Arnold, New York and Indianap- 
olis, Ind . .. 






38 


H. D. Anna 


Daisy Whitehead Knitting Co., New York 


39 


E. L. Shuford-. 


40 


L. H. Phillips 


agents 

agent 


Condit & Arnold, New York; Wm. S. Seeds, 
Philadelphia, Pa 


41 


J. A. Gaither 




4? 






43 


L. L. Wrenn 


12,000 
60,000 
100,000 
11,000 
12,500 






44 


W. A. Liggett 


agent 


Fred A. Williams, New York 


45 


John W. Cash 




46 








47 


same 


1917 


direct-.. 




48 



80 



North Cakolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No 


County 


PostofEce 


Mill 


President 


49 


Cleveland 

....do 


Shelby 


Carpenter-Baber Hosiery Mills, 
Inc 






....do 


Geo. A. Hoyle 

S. S. Royster 

E. H Williamson 


50 


Olive Hosiery Mfg Co. 


51 


Cumberland 

Davidson 

....do. 


Fayetteville 

Denton 


Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 


52 


Lilly & Boone. .. 




53 




Shoaf-Sink Hosiery Mill Co.f 

Ragan Knitting Co.-- 


H. E. Shoaf ..... 


54 


— .do..-.- 


Thomasville 

....do..- 


55 


..-.do 

Durham... 


Thomasville Hosiery Mill 


J. W. Bost 


5fi 


Chatham Knitting Mills Co 


A. W. Sorrell 

J S Carr Jr 


57 


...-do 


....do 


58 


..-.do 


do 


Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 2t 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 


J. S. Carr, Jr 

T B Fuller 


59 


....do 


.-..do 


60 


...-do. 


....do 




T. A Clark 


fil 


....do 


do 


North State Knitting Mill, Inc.— 
John O'Daniels Hosiery Mill 


J. S. Carr, Jr.... 

J. S. Carr, Jr 


fi2 


....do 


do 


63 


...-do - 


-—do 


M 


-...do 


do 


Tar Heel Hosiery Mills Co. 


J. S. Carr, Jr 


65 


..--do ---. 


East Durham 

.--do 


66 


....do 




Jas. Bangle 

E C Stone 


67 


....do 


-..do. 




68 


..-do— 


West Durham 

Tarboro. 




W P Clements 


69 


Edgecombe 

....do 




C. W. Jeffreys, Prop.. 


70 


....do.. 




71 


....do... 


....do 






72 


....do... 


....do 




A McDowell 


73 


Forsyth 


Kerners ville 

....do 


American Hosiery Mills Co. 


O. W. Kerner— 


74 


....do 


75 


.—do 


Winston-Salem 

....do 






76 


- — do 


Hanes Hosiery Mills Co. 




77 


-...do 


do 


P. H. Hanes Knitting Co. 

The Indera Mills 


P H Hanes 


78 


....do 


....do 




79 


..-.do 


....do... 






80 


Franklin 

Gaston 


Youngs ville.. 

Cherryville 

— -do— 


Banner Hosiery Mill Co 


C. C. Cheatham 


81 


Gaston Knitting Mills, Inc - 


J. W. Kendrick 

D. R. Manney, Prop. 
R C McLean 


82 


..-.do..... 


83 


....do... 




Glenn-McLean Knitting Mills 

Patrick Hosiery Mill -- 


84 


....do 

....do 


-...do 

....do 


L. N. Patrick, Prop.. 
W. H. Adams 


85 




86 


—do..... 


--do 


Wilson-Bell Co.1[- 




87 


....do-— 


Lowell. - 






88 


Granville 

Guilford ..-. 


Oxford... 




H M Shaw 


89 


Gibsonville 

High Point 

do.. .. 


Gibsonville Hosiery Mills Co 


J W Burke 


90 


-...do 




91 


....do 


Commonwealth Hosiery Mill - 


R. R. Ragan- 


92 


....do 


....do 


93 


....do.. 


... do... 


Dillon-Kearns Underwear Co 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3 

Harriss & Covington Hosiery 
Mills, Inc -. .. 




94 


..-do 


- do 


J S Carr Jr 


95 


....do.. 


.. do . 






—do 


...-do 


J. W. Harriss . 


96 






97 


....do- 


-..-do 


High Point Underwear Co 


R. B. Terry 



tNot yet in operation — December 20, 1920. 
tSee Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 1. 



*Same as last report. HCharter canceled. 

§Branch of Runnymede Mills, No. 1. 



Knitting Mills 



81 



Continued 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 




Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold Direct 

or 

Through 

Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 


R. E. Carpenter 

D. W. Rovster 


1918 
1916 
1898 


$ 15,000 
10,000 
200,000 
20,093 
60,000 
40,000 
10,200 
100,000 
10,000,000 


agent 


Park Textile Co., Nashville, Tenn 


49 
50 




both 


F. L. Page, Philadelphia 


51 


W. B. Boone 






5?f 


I. L. Sink 


1920 
1918 
1916 
1906 
1898 
1898 






53 




agents 


Textile Sales Co., High Point, N. C 


54 




55 


W. T. Cole. .. . 


both 




5fi 


C. M. Carr 






57 


W. F. Carr 






58 










59 


H. H. Mullen .. 


1917 
1913 
1920 


19,086 
500,000 






60 


C. M. Carr 






61 


W. F. Carr 






6!^ 


T. 0. SorreU 


40,000 
200,000 
47,000 
20,000 
18,000 
75,000 






63 


W. F. Carr 


1919 


agents 




64 






65 


C. L. Higbee... 


1916 
1914 
1916 






66 


K. C. Stone... 


agent 




67 


N. C. Carlton 




68 








69 


W. S. Howard 


1905 
1907 
1918 
1912 
1918 
1903 
1914 
1903 


120,000 

32,000 

149,757 

100,000 

30,000 

240,038 

725,427 

6,946,259 






70 








71 


Robt. J. Walker 






n 


J. G. Kerner 






73 


J. T. Weaver 


agents 


Textile Sales Co., High Point, N. C 


74 


F. D. Tillotson 


75 


J. N. Weeks 


agent 

direct 


Chas. Chapman Sons Co. , Philadelphia 

New York Office, 366 Broadway. 


76 


T. W. Allen 


77 






78 


W. J. Hege.... 


1902 
1917 
1918 
1918 
1919 


100,000 
16,000 
29,419 
36,781 
10,000 
24,000 

128,600 






79 








80 


N. B. Kendrick. 






81 


D. R. Manney 


agents 

direct 


Cannon Mills, New York . .. 


8? 


Geo. G. Glenn 




83 


L. N. Patrick 






84 


Geo. S. Spencer 


1917 






85 








86 


F. D. Phillips 


1918 
1918 
1913 
1916 
1916 
1912 
1920 
1907 

1920 
1904 
1918 


23,938 


agents 

both 


Sutton, Rosemary & Nicholson, New York 


87 
88 


A. B. Owen 


40,000 
72,287 
65,422 
45,000 
59,978 
748,563 

60,000 

425,790 

7,700 






89 


R. L. Ames . 


agents 


E. D. Sealey and J. L. Porter, New York. 


90 


E. W. Freeze 


91 


G. H. Kearns 






93 


P. M. Dillon 






93 


W. F. Carr 


direct 




94 


W. C. Covington 


agent 


Not given . 


95 


J. E. Mills 




96 


C. D. Smith. 


agent 


Chft & Goodrich, 5s^ew York.. 


97 



6— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



82 



JN^OKTH CaKOLINA LabOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



99 
100 
101 

102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 

109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 

118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 



County 



Guilford- 

...-do 

...do 

...do 

Halifax... 

...do 

...do 

_..do 

...do 

...do 

Harnett.. 



Henderson. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Iredell 

...do 

...do 

Lee 

Lenoir 



...do 

McDowell _. 

...do 

...do 

Martin 

Mecklenburg 

....do 

Montgomery 

Moore 

....do 

Nash 

New Hanover.. 

Orange 

....do 

Pasquotank 

....do 

....do.. 

....do 

Pender 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph 

.-.do 

....do 

....do 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham 



Postoffice 



High Point 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Enfield. 

Halifax 

Scotland Neck. 

...do 

...do 

Weldon. 

Coats 



East Flat Rock... 

Hendersonville 

....do_ 

....do 

States ville... 

....do 

....do 

Jonesboro 

Kinston 



...do 

Marion 

...do 

...do 

Robersonville.. 

Charlotte 

....do 

Troy 

Cameron 

Carthage 

Rocky Mount.. 

Wilmington 

Carrboro 

Efland 

Elizabeth City. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Atkinson 

Greenville 

Tryon 

Asheboro 

....do.... 

Randleman 

Staley 

Ellerbe 

St. Pauls 

Leaksville 



Mill 



Piedmont ilills Co 

Royal Hosiery Mills 

Slane Hosiery Mills... 

Whittington Hosiery Co., Inc.. 
Enfield Hosiery Mills Co., Inc. 

Halifax Hosiery Millf 

Crescent Hosiery Co.* 

Roanoke Hosiery Co 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills... 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co 

Coats Hosiery Mill 



The Skyland Hosiery Co 

Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills, Inc. 

Grey Hosiery Mills 

G. W. Whitlock & Son 

Liberty Hosiery ;\Ifg. Co 

Queens Knitting Mills, Inc 

Walton Hosiery Mills 

Louise Knitting Mills Co 

Orion Knitting Mills Co. 



Orion Mill, No. 3t 

Carolina Hosierj' Mills* 

Elizabeth James Mills 

Marion Knitting Mill 

Roberson Hosiery Mills§ 

Charlotte Knitting Co 

Defiance Sock Mills, Inc 

Troy Knitting Mills Co 

Regal Hosiery Mill Co 

Bismark Hosiery Mills 

Rocky Mount Hosiery Co 

Wilmington Hosiery Mills, Inc. 
Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 4... 

Efland Hosiery Mills 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Co 

Ideal Hosiery Co 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co 

Standard Mfg. Co 

-Atkinson Hosiery Mills 

Greenville Hosiery Millsf 

Tryon Hosiery ilfg. Co 

Acme Hosiery Mills Co 

Asheboro Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Randleman Hosiery Mills Co.. 

Staley Hosiery Mill Co.. 

Ellerbe Knitting Mills Co 

Cantigny Hosiery Mills§. 

Athena MilL. 



President 



J. H. Adams 

J. E. Thompson. 



C. E. Reitzel. 
Ivey Watson. 



L. M. Pittman 

A. McDowell 

A. McDowell 

W. T. Shaw 

Patterson & Boyd, 
Props 

M. G. Starrett 

J. O. Bell.... 

Jas. P. Grey 

G. W. Whitlock...- 

W. F. Hall.... 

F. B. Bunch 

J. Walton, Sr 

K. C. Stone 

Dr. H. Tull 



R. L. Greenlee 

C F. James, Prop. 
W. W. Neal 



R. J. Walker 

Morehead Jones.. 

J. C. Hurley 

R. D. Jones 

J. R. McQueen... 

J. C. Braswell 

J. H. Kuck. 

J. L. Carr, Jr 

M. P. Efland 

C. H. Robinson.. 
M. B. Morrisette. 
Norah Burfoot... 

D. Van Horn 

E. A. Hames, Sr.. 



J. B. Hester 

W. J. .A.rmfield, Jr. 



J. J. Newlin. 
C. P. Fox.... 
J. R. Wall... 



*Same as last report. 

fBranch of Scotland Neck Cotton Mills 



§Idle. 

ISee Orion Knitting Mills Co. 



Knitting Mills 



83 



Continued 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



J. E. Mills— .. 
J. W. Kearns. 
W. N. Slane.-, 



Geo. T. Andrews. 



>Ha 



1909 
1916 
1912 
1918 
1910 



Capital 
Stock 



S361,519 
12,000 
23,460 
10,800 
100,000 



Product 

Sold Direct 

or 

Through 

Agents? 



agent- 



direct. 



Agent's Name 



R. C. King & Co., New York. 



No. 



99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 

108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 

117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 



F. A. Cherry 

Henry T. Clark. 

Henry Clark 

S. E.;.ShirIey.... 



E. H. Wells 

R. P. Freeze 

C. L. & J. P. Grey. 



J. Henry Hall. 
R. C. Bunch... 
J. Walton, Jr... 
K. C. Stone.... 
J. F. Taylor... 



J. W. Streetman. 



W. W. Neal- 



1901 
1920 
1890 
1S99 

1914 
1907 
1914 
1916 
1920 
1906 
1918 
1912 
1917 
1890 

1917 
1913 
1918 
1908 



36,100 
80,000 
369,746 
100,000 

55,979 
192,250 
98,547 
120,106 
30,250 
109,136 
158,561 
15,000 
24,833 
90,000 



direct, 
direct, 
direct, 
agent. 



Wm. H. Shelp & Co., New York. 



agent., 
agents. 



Chas. Chapman's Sons Co., New York.... 
Cannon Mills, New York.. 



direct- 
direct., 
both... 
agents, 
agents. 



12,800 



46,842 



Various 

Cannon Mills, New York... 

Norman Gould, New York; Chas. Miller, 
Cincinnati 



agents- 



Cliven-Wright-Rainey Co., Cincinnati. 



J. H. McEwen... 

K. S. Tanner 

Barna Allen 

Chas. C. James, Mgr, 

W. H. Currie 

P. E. Moran 

R. E. Calder.... 

C. McD. Carr 

John L. Efland 

G. F. Seyffert 

U. G. Davis 

W. H. Jennings 

H. W. Morrisette 

E. A. Hames.— 



1917 
1917 
1914 
1908 
1910 
1905 
1915 
1898 
1913 
1902 
1917 
1902 
1918 
1917 



65,000 
67,400 
24,202 
15,500 
25,000 
58,183 
78,000 
3,000,000 
32,250 
461,122 
39,532 
43,693 
12,000 
12,000 



agent., 
agent., 
direct., 
agent— 



Chas. Chapman's Sons Co., New York- 
Cannon Mills, New York 



J. E. Kennetts; L. C. Vaughan. 



agents, 
agent— 
direct.- 
direct.. 
direct., 
both... 
both-_ 
direct., 
direct.. 



L. C. Vaughan and Laster Bros., New York 
Hinckerman-Vengine & Co., New York ._ 



Various- 
Various. 



Henry Bray 

D. B. McCrary.. 
N. M. Cranford. 

A. N. Bulla 

C. M. Staley..-. 

B. B. Fareon 



E. D. Pitcher. 



1912 
1909 
1917 
1892 
191S 
1919 
1918 
1917 



60,000 
154,320 
70,000 
26,850 
17,500 
40,000 



jobbers, 
both-.- 
direct... 
direct-. - 
agents.. 



J. C. Bossong & Co., New York. 



direct. 



84 



North Carolina Labor -Statistics 











Table No. 1— 


No. 


County 


PostofSce 


Mill 


President 


14fi 


Rockingham.. . 
....do..... 

Rutherford 

....do.... 


Madison 


Madison Hosiery Mills, Inc.§ 

Mayo Mills 


Jas. M. Vaughn 

F. H Fries 


147 


Mavodan 


148 


Ellenboro 


Ellenboro Hosiery Mills Co 

Wingo Mfg. Co. 


D B Harrill 


149 


Forest City 

Spindale 




150 


....do.... 




K S Tanner 


151 


Stanly. 


Albemarle 




J S Efird 


15K 


....do 


....do 


Wiscassett Mill Co 




153 


....do 


Badin 






154 


Surry 


Mount Airy 

Bryson City 

Monroe 


Mayo Mills H ... 




155 


Swain. 






156 


Union 






157 


Vance 


Henderson 

Holly Springs 

Morrisville 




E. S. Yarbrough 

James Baugh 

S R Home Estate 


158 


Wake 




159 


....do 




ifin 


....do 


Raleigh 




W. E. RatclifFe, Prop. 
C J Hunter 


Ifil 


....do.. 


do.... 




162 


....do.... 


....do 


Zebulon Hosiery Mill, No. 2 c 




163 


....do.... 


Wendell.. 


Wendell Knitting Mills Co 


Maynard Mangum... 
T J Horton 


164' 


....do. 


Zebulon 


165* 


Wayne 


Goldsboro 






166 


Wilkes.. 


N. Wilkesboro 

....do 






167' 


....do 

Wilson 




P. W. Eshelman 


168 


Wilson 






169 


....do.. 


....do 




A. McDowell 













§Idle. 

JBranch of Albemarle. 

oBranch of Union, S. C. 

IfBranch of Mayodan. 

fcBuilding April, 1920. 

fBranch of mill at Zebulon. 

dSee Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 1. 

•Same as last report. 



Knitting Mills 



85 



Continued 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 




Capital 

Stock 


Product 

Sold Direct 

or 

Through 

Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 


R. O. Lindsay 

w'c RufHn 


1920 
1895 
1918 
1918 
1913 
1905 
1898 


S 20,000 


agents 

direct 


Stone & Warren . 


146 




147 


A S iiarrill 


10,000 
20,338 
55,000 
68,600 
600,000 






148 


W. M. Parsley 

W. M. Parsley 






149 


agent— 


E. M. Townsend & Co., New York 


150 
151 




agents 


Cannon Mills, New York...* 


151^ 






153 












1.54 


W S Nicholson 






agents 


Sutton, Rosemary & Nicholson, Inc 


1,55 




1919 
1916 




1.5fi 


W A Hunt 


50,382 
25,000 
20,000 


agents 


John M. Gwin, Inc., New York 


157 






158 


R S Dodd 


1910 


direct 




159 




direct 




IfiO 


V O Parker 


1900 


57,000 


agent 


Clift & Goodrich, New York 


161 






162 


M A GriflSn 


1912 
1917 


51,850 
94,800 






163 


W. B. Humphrey 






164 






165 


W. F. Frogden 


1919 
1918 


26,536 
20,726 
27,500 
107,403 






166 






167 


W S Howard 


direct 




168 


Robt J Walker 


1910 






169 











86 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — List of Mills, 



No. 


JliU 


PostofEce 


Spinning 

or 
Knitting 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


1 


Alamance Hosiery Mill 

Altamont Hosiery Mills 


Burlington 

....do 


Knitting.. 


Men's half-hose 


3 


Daisy Hosiery Mills 


...do 


Knitting.. 




4 


Goodman Hosiery Mills.. 


. do . .. 




5 


Graham Hosiery Mill 


....do 




less hosiery 

Half-hose, seamless hosiery. 

Children's ribbed hosiery 

Men's cotton seamless hos'ry 


fi 




....do 




7 




....do 




R 




do . 






Standard Plosiery Mill . 


. do 




children's . 


P 




in 


Thurston's Hosiery Mills 


....do 


Knitting.. 




11 


Walker Hosiery Mills* 


....do 




1? 


Whitehead Hosiery Mills, Inc 

White Cotton Co 


....do.... 


Knitting.. 




13 


Graham 




14 


White-Williamson Co. 


.. do 


Both 


Tubing and ginghams 


15 


Childrey Hosiery Mill 

Max Lieberman, Inc.f 




Ifi 


....do 






17 


Maple Crest Hosiery Mill... 


....do 


Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 




IS 


Riverside Hosiery Mills, Inc... 


....do 




1Q 


Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 8 

White-Williamson Co 

Asheville Knitting Mill 


Mebane 




?n 








!?1 




Knitting.. 


lings 


?? 


Drexel Knitting Mill Co 






?3 


J. A. Cline & Son Hosiery Mill... 
Highway Knitting Mills 


Hildebran . 






?4 


Icard 




Half-hose . 


?f> 


Icard Knitting Mills 


....do.... 






'fi 


Icard Mfg. Co 


do . 






^7 


Garron Knitting Mills 






Silk hose... 


^S 




do. 






?P 


Liberty Hosiery Mill 




Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 




30 


Waldensian Hosiery Mill 


... do 


Hosiery 


31 


G. H. Y. Hosiery Co 


Concord... . 




31? 


Hoover Hosiery Co 


do . . 


Knitting-. 
Knitting.. 




33 
34 


The Collettville Hosiery Mills 

Lenoir Hosiery Mills* 


Collettville 


Hosiery 


35 


Orion Knitting Millst 








3fi 


Claremont Hosiery Mill Co 

The Best Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Elliott Knitting Mills 

Hickory Hosiery Mills, Inc. 


Claremont 




Hosiery 


37 


Hickorv . .. 


Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 


Hosiery 


38 
30 


....do 

..do. 


Ladies' and infants' hosiery 
Hosiery.. . 


40 


Ranford Knitting Mills 


. do .... 


Hosiery . . 


41 


Fidelity Hosiery Mills Co 

Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co. . 


Newton. 






40 


do 


Knitting. - 




43 


Elizabeth Hosiery Mills* 




Half-hose . . . 


44 


Siler City Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Edenton Hosiery Mills 


Siler City... 






45 




Knitting.. 




4fi 


Winner Mills, Inc. 11. .... 






47 


Elmore Hosiery Mills... 








48 


Blanch Hosiery Mill 


Shelby.. 


Knitting.. 


Hosiery 



''Same as last report. 
fNot running. 



IBranch of Kinston. 
§Closed. 



UNot running during 1920. 



Knitting Mills 



87 



'Numl 


er of Machines, Etc. 












11 


Number 
Knitting 
Machines 


0) 


Number 
Sewing 
Machines 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Raw Material 


Estimated 
Yearly- 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 




93 


.... 


15 


electric 

electric 

electric 


10 
12 
15 


25,000 lbs. 
$ 50,000 
139,950 lbs. 


% 70,000 

80,000 

270,000 




1 




250 
292 


2 




90 

250 
36 




1 
2 


3 

N 

u 




electric 

electric 

electric __ 

electric 

comb, engine- 


10 
12 

27 

14 
25 

80 


S 18,500 


29,694 
94,134 
215,790 

181,194 
54,400 


200 
290 
251 

294 
187 


b 






1 
2 

2 


'fi 




270 

120 
36 
9 







7 






8 




S 37,500 


9 








10 












300,000 

450,000 

4,618 

700,000 




11 




170 






steam and elec 
electric 


40 

10 

350 


240,000 lbs. 


290 
45 


n 








^^ 




190 
36 
30 
30 
12 

148 






900,000 lbs. 


14 




— 


5 

1 






15 




electric... 

electric 

electric 

electric 


5 

5 

10 

46 








16 








§275 


17 








50,000 lbs. 
S 116,919 


100,000 
227,055 


IS 








275 


I") 








m 




93 

145 


— - 


2 
10 


electric 










'>^ 




electric 

comb, engine, 
electric 


50 
30 
12 




128,990 
32,698 
32,185 


300 
175 
216 


22 




S 22,469 


23 




100 

40 

100 

30 

85 

50 

250 

106 

30 

55 

48 

60 

50 

65 

200 

140 

66 

235 

200 

30 


;;;; 


5 
4 
5 


94 






25 




electric 

electric 

electric 


10 
60 
30 
15 
50 
26 
7 
15 
15 








''fi 










27 




— 


4 
2 
10 








'8 




25,000 lbs. 
300,000 lbs. 
S 136,946 


18,000 
200,000 
192,135 
200,000 

30,000 


250 
300 
300 
260 
150 


29 




electric 

electric 

electric 

oil .... 


30 
31 




— 


2 
1 
2 


32 






33 




oil engine 




34 










35 








int. comb. eng. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam 


10 
10^ 
40 
70 
25 
50 
35 

8 
10 
10 

6 

3 




17,992 

60,000 

200,000 


160 

78 

300 


36 







2 
5 
3 
4 
6 
7 
2 


65,000 lbs. 
150,000 lbs. 


37 

38 
39 






591 
242,684 
161,670 


30 
300 
264 
325 

200 


40 




electric 

electric ' 

oil engine 

electric 

electric 

kerosene 

int. comb. eng. 




41 




201,425 lbs. 

15,000 lbs. 

$ 14,946 


42 
43 




30,000 


44 




48 






45 














46 












8,600 
50,000 


60 


47 




20 




1 


25,000 lbs. 


4& 



■88 



KoRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



No. 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Spinning 

or 
Knitting 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


49 


Carpenter-Baker Hosiery Mills, 
Inc 


Shelby 


Knitting-. 


Men's and ladies' hosiery 


^0 


Olive Hosiery Mfg. Co. 


....do 


.M 


Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Lilly & Boone- 


Fayetteville 






5? 






Ladies' seamless hosiery 

Ladies' and men's hosiery 

Children's hosiery 

Misses' hosiery 

Hosiery 

Cotton, mercerized and silk 

hosiery 

Half-hose 


^Z 


Shoaf-Sink Hosiery Mill Co.t-... 
Ragan Knitting Co. 


Lexington.. 


Knitting.. 


M 




.55 


Thomasville Hosiery IMill 


-...do 




5fi 


Chatham Knitting Mills Co 

Durhana Hosiery Mills 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 2 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co. 




Knitting.. 
Knitting-. 


57 
58 


....do..... 

— .do 

do . - 


5q 




fin 


Knit-Well Hosiery Mills 


....do 




hosiery 

Men's grey cotton hosiery.. 


fil 


North State Knitting Jlill, Inc... 
John O'Daniels Hosiery Mill 


....do 




fi? 


...-do 






fi,s 


Paragon Hosiery Co. 


do 




Hosiery 


M 


Tar Heel Hosiery Mills Co 


-...do 


Knitting- - 


65 


Banner Hosiery Jlills 


East Durham 


hosiery 


fifi 


Crystal Hosiery Mill 


do 






67 


Louise Knitting Mills Co 


....do 


Knitting-. 
Knitting.. 




6S 


Pilot Hosiery Mills*. 


West Dturham 


Ladies' and men's hosiery.. 


fifl 


Panola Knitting Co 


70 


Runnymede Mills, No. 1 


... do 






71 

7-? 


Runnymede Mills, No. 2 

Tarboro Knitting Co 


-—do.... 

do 




Half-hose- 


7,'^ 


American Hosiery Mills Co 

Kernersville Knitting Co 








74 


....do... 






75 


Carolina Mills Co 






Ladies' and children's hos'y 


7fi 


Hanes Hosiery Mills Co 


....do 




77 


P. H. Hanes Knitting Co 


.---do — 






7S 


The Indera Mills 


-. do .— 


Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Knitting- - 




7q 


Maline Mills 


do ... 




sn 


Banner Hosiery Jlill Co 


Youngsville 




SI 


Gaston Knitting Mills, Inc. 

Josephine Knitting Mills 




s? 


....do 






S.S 


Glenn-McLean Knitting Mills 

Patrick Hosiery Mill 


Gastonia 




Men's, ladies' and children's 


84 


....do 




hosiery 


85 


Standard Knitting Mills 


....do.... 






85 


Wilson-Bell Co. 1! 


.---do 






^7 


Eureka Hosiery Jlill 


Lowell 






88 


Hemshaw Hosiery Mills 


Oxford- 


Knitting-. 




sq 


Gibsonville Hosiery Mills Co 

Ames Hosiery Mills Co 


Gibsonville 




■qn 


High Point 






fli 


Commonwealth Hosiery Mill 

Crown Hosiery Mill 


....do 






I? 


. . do 






qs 


Dillon- Kearns Underwear Co 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3 


. do 






q4 


... do 






95 


Harriss & Covington Hosiery 
Mills, Inc 


-..-do— 


Knitting.. 


Hosiery 



JNot yet in operation — December 20, 1920. *Same as last report. IfCharter canceled. 



Knitting Mills 



89 



Continued 



c a 


Number 
Knitting 
Machines 


13 


Number 
Sewing 
Machines 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Raw Material 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 




45 

52 
84 
42 
60 
65 
S3 
240 

3,000 
402 

240 

98 

655 

280 






electric 

electric 

electric 

comb, engine. 


8 

32 

575 

6 




$ 36,000 
98,056 


313 
307 


49 




.... 


5 




50 


9,984 




51 




— - 


1 
2 
1 
3 
3 


S 5,322 


2,267 


52 


52 
53 




electric 

electric 

electric 

steam, elec 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric. 

electric 


15 
15 

32* 

8,750 
100 

50 
17 
84 
50 








54 












"70,000 


150,000 Iba. 
6,000,000 lbs. 


170,000 
10,000,000 


228 
272 


56 

57 




I 


12 
6 


58 










59 






92,016 
300,000 


200 
280 


60 




.... 


21 
4 


600,000 lbs. 


61 
6^ 






25,000 


50 


63 




201 






electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 


35 
25 
5 
25 
32 




64 










15,000 

1,600 

500,000 


50 
25 
312 


65 




72 
110 


— - 


1 

45 




66 




24,000 lbs. 


67 
68 
















69 




SO 
103 






electric 

electric 

steam, elec 


32 

35 

30 

8 

15 

70 

190 

1,050 

40 

150 

15 

7 

15 

5 
5 
25 








70 














71 








S 77,899 


149,608 


280 


7?, 




400 

50 

100 

500 

228 

35 

75 

42 

27 

30 

15 
35 
97 






73 








electric 

water, St., elec. 

steam, elec 

electric 

electric. 

electric 

gasoline 

electric. 

electric. 

electric. 

electric 

electric 








74 




— - 


8 




175,854 
561,710 
4,695,396 
300,000 
700,000 

5,500 
33,591 


306 
304 
284 
300 
300 

100 
175 


75 




S ' 304,532 
S 2,726,757 
250,000 lbs. 
1,000,000 lbs. 
closed down 
$ 579 
24,888 


76 


27,500 


175 




77 




20 
100 


78 
79 

sn 








81 








8? 








S3 








21,300 


23,680 
108,735 


210 
303 


S4 








85 










86 




30 
65 

87 

81 

88 

200 






electric 

electric. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric.- 

electric 

electric 

electric 


5 
8 
25 
30 
5 
75 
10 
101 

18 


12,659 


16,335 


130 


S7 




.... 


2 
3 

1 

1 

20 


88 










89 




89,884 
71,460 


134,136 
103,900 


190 
307 


90 
91 
9"^ 




601 
398,306 


5,139 
685,770 


75 
297 


93 




473 
40 






94 






2 


95 



90 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



Mill 



High Point Hosiery Mills 

High Point Underwear Co 

Piedmont Mills Co 

Royal Hosiery Mills 

Slane Hosiery Mills 

Whitington Hosiery Co., Inc 

Enfield Hosiery Mills Co., Inc — 

Halifax Hosiery jNIill 

Crescent Hosiery Co.*— 

Roanoke Hosiery Co 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co 

Coats Hosiery Mill 

The Skyland Hosiery Co 

Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 

Grey Hosiery Mills. 

G. W. Whitlock & Son. 

Liberty Hosiery Mfg. Co 

Queen's Knitting Mills, Inc 

Walton Hosiery Mills 

Louise Knitting Mills Co 

Orion Knitting Mills Co 



Orion Mill, No. 3. 



Carolina Hosiery Mills* 

Elizabeth James Mills 

Marion Knitting Mill 

Roberson Hosiery Millsf 

Charlotte Knitting Co 

Defiance Sock Mills, Inc 

Troy Knitting Mills Co 

Regal Hosiery Mill Co 

Bismark Hosiery MiUs 

Rocky Mount Hosiery Co 

Wilmington Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 

Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 4 

Efland Hosiery Mills 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Co 

Ideal Hosiery Co 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co 

Standard Mfg. Co 

Atkinson Hosiery Mills 



Greenville Hosiery MiUs. 
Try on Hosiery Mfg. Co.. 
Acme Hosiery Mills Co... 



Asheboro Hosiery Mills, Inc... 
Randleman Hosiery Mills Co.. 

Staley Hosiery Mills Co 

EUerbe Knitting Mills Co 

Cantigny Hosiery Millsf 



Postoffice 



High Point 

....do 

....do , 

....do 

.-.-do 

....do 

Enfield 

Halifax 

Scotland Neck.. 

....do 

....do 

Weldon 

Coats 

East Flat Rock. 
Hendersonville-. 

....do 

....do... 

States ville 

....do 

..--do 

Jonesboro 

ICinston 



-do- 



Marion 

.---do 

.---do—- 

Robersonville- . 

Charlotte 

.--do 

Troy 

Cameron 

Carthage 

Rocky Mount-. 

Wilmington 

Carrboro 

Efland 

Elizabeth City. 

.---do- --- 

..--do 

.---do 

Atkinson 



Greenville- 

Tryon 

Asheboro-- 



.---do 

Randleman- 

Staley 

Ellerbe 

St. Pauls—. 



Spinning 

or 
Knitting 



Sewing--. 



Knitting.. 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Both 

Knitting- 



Knitting- 



Knitting. 
Knitting- 



Both- 



Knitting. 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Knitting. 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Cotton ribbed hosiery 

Underwear 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Children's hose 

Hosiery 

Children's cotton hosiery 

Misses' hosiery 

Children's hosiery 

Union suits " 

Hosiery 

Hosiery for men. 

Freeze hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Children's hose 

Hosiery 

Plain and ribbed seamless 

hosiery 

Children's hosiery and half- 
hose 

Hosiery 

Ladies' hosiery 

Ladies' and men's hosiery 



JVIen's half-hose 

Ladies' hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Half-hose 

Hosiery 

Men's seamless hose 

Hosiery and hosiery yarns.. 

Half-hose 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Misses' and oliildren's hos'y. 

Seamless cotton hose 

Men's and ladies' cotton 

half-hose.. 

Hosiery 

Seamless hosiery 

Ladies' and men's cotton 

hose 

Hosiery 

Children's cotton hosiery... 
Misses' ribbed cotton hosiery- 
Seamless hose 

Men's hosiery 



♦Same as last report. fldle. 



Knitting Mills 



91 



Continued 





Number 
Knitting 
Machines 


-^ m 

►5 ^ 

•Z.O 


Number 
Sewing 
Machines 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Raw Material 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 




411 


— - 


23 
66 
24 
4 
2 
4 
1 


electric 

electric 

electric-. 

electric. 

electric 

steam, elec 

St. and elec 

kerosene 


102 

5 

155 

12 

35 

8 

180 

8 


$ 262,226 


S 435,268 


250 
140 
250 
240 
300 
280 
280 


96 

97 




400 
64 
82 
48 

187 
36 


— - 


400,702 

2,131 

115,249 

10,000 

150,000 lbs. 


606,000 
30,291 

167,500 
16,000 

200,000 


98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 








9,000 lbs. 

35,000 lbs. 

$ 267,792 

324,000 lbs. 

S 30,029 

225,000 lbs. 

S 107,237 

66,242 

33,750 


150,000 

18,000 

488.423 


300 
140 
280 
312 
258 
300 
275 
307 
144 
140 
283 


104 




51 
251 
21 
70 
200 
95 
76 






electric 

steam, elec 

electric. 


25 

200 

200 

35 

100 

95 

67 

4 

31 

29 

15 

19 

200 

10 
50 
7 
85 
25 
21 
50 
10 

112 
20 
80 
38 
50 
8 

135 
15 
25 
11 

85 
20 
60 

325 
35 
30 
15 
40 
5 


105 








106 


3,636 





45 
2 

2 
4 
2 


107 




50,961 
400,000 
164,706 
160,473 
47,599 
94,408 
189,450 


108 




electric 

steam, elec 

steam, elec 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric... 

electric 

steam 


109 
110 
111 
112 




202 

207 

56 

52 

220 

45 


— - 


8 
5 
1 
11 


113 




118,218 


114 
115 




55,687 


126,069 


265 


116 
117 








electric 

steam. 








118 














119 




43 
75 


.... 


1 
1 


electric 








120 






75,735 


300 


121 








122 




82 
81 
30 
58 
95 
112 
234 
50 
42 
434 
30 
79 
41 

51 

60 

250 

400 
153 
69 
24 
60 
15 


— - 


1 
13 


electric 

electric 

electric 

steam . 


29,868 lbs. 

150,000 lbs. 

S 19,139 

21,000 


150,000 

300,000 

28,980 

41,100 


310 
293 
270 
153 


123 
124 
125 




.... 


2 
2 


125 




steam 


127 






43,069 
65,700 


123,463 
135,000 


307 
300 
312 
300 
265 
266 
275 
307 

150 


128 


17,476 




1 


electric 

St. and elec 

comb, engine. 

steam, elec 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam 


129 
130 








17,362 
50,781 
46,375 
80,367 
69,681 

30,000 lbs. 


40,000 
621,000 

67,981 
138,890 

98,713 

39,000 


131 








132 








133 







2 
1 

5 


134 
135 

136 




electric.. 

water, elec 

steam, elec 

steam, elec 

electric 

oil engi;ie 

steam.. 

electric 


137 




-— 


4 

45 
2 
3 








138 






327,019 
225,000 
150,000 
50,000 
93,562 


300 
312 
290 
300 
300 


139 




150,000 lbs. 

125,000 lbs. 

75,000 lbs. 

$ 58,750 


140 
141 
142 




— - 


3 


143 
144 



92 



!N^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No. 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Knitting 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



145 
146 
147 
148 

149 
150 
151 
152 

153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 



Athena Mill... 

Madison Hosiery Mills, Inc.t- 
Mayo Mills 

Ellenboro Hosiery Mills Co... 



Wingo Mfg. Co.... 

Parsley & Tanner, Inc 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co.. 
Wiscassett Mills Co 



Lillian Knitting Mills Co 

Mayo Mills 

Excelsior Knitting Mills 

Icenaan Knitting Mills| 

Henderson Hosiery Co. 

Crystal Hosiery Mill 

Morrisville Hosiery Mills 

Glenwood Knitting Mills 

Melrose Knitting Mills 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills 

Wendell Knitting Mills Co 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills.. 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5. 

Athletic Underwear Co 

Wilkes Hosiery Mills .- 

Runnymede stills, No. 3* 

Wilson Knitting Mills.. 



Leaksville. 
Madison... 
Mayodan.. 
Ellenboro. 



Both 

Knitting. 



Forest City. 

Spindale 

Albemarle... 
....do 



Knitting. 
Both 



Badin 

Mount Airy 

Bryson City... 

Monroe 

Henderson 

Holly Springs.. 

Morrisville 

Raleigh.. 

....do... 

...do-. 

Wendell 

Zebulon.. 

Goldsboro 

N. Wilkesboro. 

....do 

Wilson 

...do 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Knitting. 



Knitting.. 



Underwear 

Ladies' hose 

Underwear. 

Men's and ladies' seamless 

hosiery 

Half -hose 

Men's hose . 

Hosiery 

Ladies' and misses' seamless 

cotton hosiery 

Cotton seamless hosiery 

Underwear 

Seamless hosiery 

Underwear 

Ladies' hosiery 

Men's and ladies' hose 

Men's half-hose 

Hosiery 

Men's underwear.. 

Men's and ladies' hosiery 

Seamless hosiery 

Hosiery... 

Misses' and ladies' hosiery.. 

Men's underwear 

Men's half-hose.. 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 



tidle. 

tBuilding April, 1920. 

*Same as last report. 



Knitting Mills 



93 



Continued 





Number 
Knitting 
Machines 


f-i 


Number 
Sewing 
Machines 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Raw Material 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


5,184 


95 
30 
65 

32 
24 
175 
185 

5,000 
100 
85 
65 


42 




electric 

electric... 


30 

10 

1,500 

6 
5 

30 
60 

4,000 
60 
30 
25 


1,067,000 lbs. 
12,000 lbs. 


$ 460,459 
100,000 


300 

120 


145 


2 

150 

2 

1 
2 
5 

10 


146 
147 












148 




electric 

electric 

electric 

steam, water.. 

electric 

electric 

electric 




29,442 
300,000 


300 
300 


149 




250,000 lbs. 


150 
151 


85,000 








152 








153 





— - 


200 








154 










155 














156 




95 
70 
80 
64 
31 
50 
143 
137 
425 




4 
1 

1 
5 

66 
2 
6 
4 

12 


electric- 

electric- 


26 
10 
15 
10 
68 
20 
25 
125 
125 
6 
6 
100 
50 




68,500 
15,000 
25,000 


300 
100 
200 


157 




2,000 lbs. 
40,000 lbs. 


158 
159 




electric 

electric 

electric 


160 




500,000 lbs. 


500,000 




161 






162 






75,000 


300 


163 




electric- -. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam 




164 










165 




$ 23,102 

25,330 

150,000 lbs. 

$ 67,306 


38,095 
38,304 
85,000 
116,557 


295 
275 
296 
240 


166 




40 
123 
130 






167 








168 








steam, elec 


169 




i 





94 



North Cakolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. Z—List of Mills, 



No. 



Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


Day 


Night 


Week 


Alamance Hosiery Mill... .■ . 




10 
10 
10 




55 


Altamont Hosiery Mills. 


do 




60 


Daisy Hosiery Mills 


do 




55 


Goodman Hosiery Mills 


....do 






Graham Hosiery Mill.. 


do .. 


10 
10 




60 


Juvenile Hosiery Mills 


....do 




55 


Sellars Hosiery Mills... 


do.. 




57 


Southern Hosiery Mills. 


....do 






55 


Standard Hosiery Mill 


. do . 


10 
10 




60 


Thurston's Hosiery Mills 


-..do 




55 


Walker Hosiery Mills*... 


do 






Whitehead Hosiery Mills, Inc 


....do 


10 
9 
10 




55 


White Cotton Co 






54 


White-Williamson Co 


. do 




55 


Childrey Hosiery Mill 








Max Lieberman, Inc.t.. 


....do... 








Maple Crest Hosiery Mill 


....do 


H 11 
8 
9 




55 


Riverside Hosiery Mills, Inc 


_...do 




45 


Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 8 


Mebane 




49 


White-Williamson Co 








Asheville Knitting Mill 


Asheville 


10 
10 
10 
10 




55 


Drcxel Knitting Mill Co 


Drexel 




58 


J. A. Cline & Son Hosiery Mill 


Hildebran.. 




55 


Highway Knitting MiUs.. 


Icard 




55 


Icard Knitting Mills 


....do 






loard Mfg. Co 


do 








Garron Knitting Jlills 


Morganton 








Vandois Knitting Mills 


do 








Liberty Hosiery Mill 


Valdese 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




55 


Waldensian Hosiery Mill 


....do 




58 


G. H. Y. Hosiery Co... 


Concord 




55 


Hoover Hosiery Co 


....do 




55 


The Collettville Hosiery Mills... . 


Collettville 






Lenoir Hosiery Mills* 


Lenoir 






Orion Knitting Millsf 


Beaufort 








Claremont Hosiery Mill Co 




10 
10 
10 
8 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 
10 




55 


The Best Hosiery Mills, Inc 








Elliott Knitting Mills 


....do 




55 


Hickory Hosiery Mills, Inc.... 


....do 






Ranford Knitting Mills . . 


do 




55 


Fidelity Hosiery Mills Co.... 


Ne^^iion 




55 


Ridgeview Hosierv Mill Co. 


do 


11 


60 


Elizabeth Hosiery Mills* 


Pittsboro. 


60 


Siler City Hosiery Mills, Inc 


Siler City 




55 


Edenton Hosiery Mills 


Edenton 




55 


Winner Mills, Inc.t 








Elmore Hosiery Mills 


Lawndale 


10 
10 
10 
8 




50 


Blanch Hosiery Mill 


Shelby 






Carpenter-Baker Hosiery Mills 


....do 




50 


Olive Hosiery Mfg. Co 


....do 




48 


Holt-WilHamson Mfg. Co 


Fayetteville 







*Same as last report. 
HClosed. 



fBranch of Kinston. 
JNot running during 1920. 



§Per week. 



Knitting Mills 



95 



Jsfum'b 


er of Employees 


, Wages, Etc 














Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




"is 


.2 

a 


a 


"3 
o 


13 


a 
o 

O Qi 


1 i 


1-1 Ph^ 


No. 


10 


30 
23 

42 




40 
36 
51 


S 6.66 


S 1.50 


S 4.16 


S 1.33 


weekly 


100 




1 


13 




108 
51 


2 


9 


5.83 


2.00 


5.00 


1.66 




100 


3 






4 
5 


3 


25 

4-23 

39-56 

43 

20 


10 
12 
2 


28 
42 
82 
57 
28 
4 














84 
126 
246 
171 
84 
25 


1-9 














g 


10-14 














7 


12 














8 


8 














g 


4 


7.00 


2.75 








100 


10 
11 
12 














30 


60 
2 
23 


25 
23 


105 

3 

138 


6.66 


3.00 


4.16 


2.00 


weekly . 


99 




1 






13 


92 


7.00 


3.50 


4.00 


3.20 


weekly 


95 


300 


14 






15 
16 
17 








35 

25 
22 
91 
175 

22 

77 
24 
21 
















10 


15 

20 
46-58 


19 


3.25 
7.50 


1.75 
3.50 


3.00 

4.83 


1.50 
2.50 




90 
100 


35 

30 

273 


2 




18 


21-29 




19 
















20 
21 
2' 


2 
12-20 


20 
40-57 
22-27 


14-17 


5.00 


1.00 


5.00 


1.00 


semimonthly .. 


100 


20 
231 

72 


2 














93 


4 














24 


















25 
26 
27 
28 
29 








150 










































50 
8 
90 
76 
31 
21 
















2 


6 
50 
53 
21 

4 


2 
15 


3.00 
4.00 


2.00 


2.50 
3.50 


1.25 


weekly 


100 
90 




40 


daily 




30 


21 




228 
40 


31 


10 


7.50 
5.00 


3.50 
3.00 


5.83 
2.00 


2.25 
1.00 




100 
100 


32 


2 


semimonthly ._ 


33 






34 
35 
36 








100 
21 
31 

140 
75 
12 
89 
78 
18 
26 
















4 


13 

28 
100 
60 

41 
49 
12 
23 


4 

5 
10 

8 
2 














63 

20 
300 


3 

40 
15 


5.00 
5.50 
4.00 


3.50 
2.50 
2.00 


5.00 
3.50 


1.00 
2.50 
1.75 


semimonthly .. 
semimonthly .. 
weekly 


100 
100 


37 
38 
39 


7 






36 

267 

200 

54 

78 

none 


40 


38 














41 


21 


6.25 

2.75 
5.50 
6.00 


1.75 
1.00 
2.00 
2.50 


4.00 
3.00 
3.50 
4.00 


1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 


weekly... . 


95 
100 

85 
85 


42 


4 


weekly... 


43 


3 


weekly... 


44 






45 
46 
47 












1 


7 
6 

15 

28 


10 


8 

7 
21) 
67 
180 














24 
20 


1 


5.00 
§30.00 


5.00 
12,00 


4.16 
25.00 


2.33 
10.00 




100 


48 


5 




49 


20-29 






201 


50 

















51 



96 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



No 



100 
101 
102 
103 
104 









Table 


No. 3— 




Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


Mill 


Day 


Night 


Week 


Lilly & Boone.- 


Dayidson 


10 




60 


Shoaf-Sink Hosiery Mill Co.f 


Lexington.. 






Ragan Knitting Co ;. 


Thomasyille. 








Thomasville Hosiery Mill 


....do.. 








Chatham Knitting Mills Co. 


Durham 


10 
10 




55 


Durham Hosiery Mills 


....do 




55 


Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 2 


-...do-.. 






Golden Belt Mfg. Co _ 


....do 








Knit-Well Hosiery Mills 


..-.do 


9 
9 




54 


North State Knitting Mill, Inc 


.-..do 




m 


John O'Daniels Hosiery Mill 


....do 




Paragon Hosiery Co 


.—do -- 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




60 


Tar Heel Hosiery Mills Co 


..-.do 




55 


Banner Hosiery Mills 


East Durham 

.-.do 




60 


Crystal Hosiery Mill 




60 


Louise Knitting Mills Co 


.-..do 




55 


Pilot Hosiery Mills' 


West Durham 

Tarboro 




55 


Panola Knitting Co 






Runnymede Mills, No. 1 


.-.do. 








Runnymede Mills, No. 2 


....do 








Tarboro Knitting Co 


....do 






55 


American Hosiery Mills Co 










Kernersville Knitting Co 


....do.... .- 








Carolina Mills Co 








48 


Hanes Hosiery Mills Co 


— .do 


9 
9 
8 

8 




49 


P. H. Hancs Knitting Co 


do 




50 


The Indera Mills 


do 




48 


Maline Mills 


.. do 




48 


Banner Hosiery Mill Co 








Gaston Knitting Mills, Inc 




11 
11 




55 


Josephine Knitting Mills 


....do... 




60 


Glenn-McLean Knitting Mills 


Gastonia 






Patrick Hosiery Mill 


.-..do 


11 
11 




60 


Standard Knitting Mills 


.-..do 




60 


Wilson-Bell Co. H 


do- 






Eureka Hosiery Mill... 


Lowell 


10 
9 




55 


Hemshaw Hosiery Mills 


Oxford. 






Gibsonville Hosiery Mills Co. 


Gibsonyille. 






Ames Hosiery Mills Co 


High Point 


10 
10 
10 
9 
9 
Mill not 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




55 


Commonwealth Hosiery Mill.. 


... do — 




55 


Crown Hosiery Mill 


. do 




55 


Dillon-Kearns Underwear Co. 


....do 




50 


Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3 


....do .-. 




49 


Harriss & Covington Hosiery Mills, Inc. 


--do 


yet in ope 




High Point Hosiery Mills 


do .. 


50- 


High Point Underwear Co 


do. .. 




58 


Piedmont Mills Co 


....do... 




55 


Royal Hosiery Mills 


.-.do 




55 


Slane Hosiery Mills. 


do . 




55 


Whittington Hosiery Co., Inc.. 


.—do 




55 


Enfield Hosiery Mills Co., Inc 


Enfield 




55 


Halifax Hosiery Mill 


Halifax... 






Crescent Hosiery Co.* 


Scotland Neck 


10 




55. 



*Same as last report. fNot yet in operation— December 20, 1920. JPer week. HCharter canceled. 



Knitting Mills 



97 



Continued 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






S 


a 

2 
IS 
o 


"a 

o 
H 


£5 


a 
l2 


Highest 

Paid 

Women 


Lowest 

Paid 

Women 


No. 


1 


6 




7 


s . 


$ 


S 


t 






21 


52 
















53 








100 
















"il 






















55 


28 
1,965 


61 
1,310 


10 

225 


99 

3,500 

400 


7.33 
t53.00 


3.12 
18.00 


6.42 
50.00 


2.50 
15.00 


weekly 

weekly 


92 
95 


300 
8,000 


56 
57 
58 






















59 


20-33 


39 
200 


6 
35 


78 
300 














234 


60 


65 


7.50 


3.33 


7.08 


2.08 


weekly 


m 


fil 






62 


27 


50 
78 
13 
2 
50 
68 


9 
15 


77 

97 

31 

3 

70 
92 














"231 

95 

93 

9 


63 


19 
9 


7.11 


1.50 


5.87 


2.60 


weekly 


98 


64 
65 


1 














66 


20 


7.00 
4.10 


3.50 
2.04 


6.50 
4.50 


2.00 
1.50 


weekly 

weekly 


100 
99 


67 


24 


90 


68 
69 
























70 








200 
36 
















71 


15 


17 


4 














108 


72 
















73 
























74 


18-32 


19-48 

80-148 

518-730 

30 

150 


11 
13 
25 


91 

208 

1,301 

45 
200 














273 

624 

3,903 

90 

600 


75 


50-74 














76 


460-540 














77 


15 
50 


7.00 
6.00 


3.00 
4.00 


5.00 
5.00 


2.50 
3.00 


weekly 

weekly 


100 
100 


78 
79 
80 


2 


2 
8 




4 
12 














12 
36 


81 


4 














S' 
















83 


4 


4 
24-52 


2 
3 


10 

80 














30 
240 


84 


12-25 














85 
















86 


1 


7 
14 


2 


10 
16 
40 
77 
56 

100 
36 

340 














30 
30 


87 


2 










weekly 


100 


88 












89 


10-30 


11-54 

40 

65 

20-32 

205 


5 

33 














231 
168 


90 


16 














91 


35 


6.50 


2.50 


5.50 


2.00 






9? 


9 






108 
1,0.''0 


93 


95-100 














94 
















95 


53-70 


139-21? 
4 

222-263 
22-41 


44 


197 
48 

310 
39 
78 
13 

100 










weekly 

eemimontbly . . 


100 


591 
132 
930 
117 

2i;4 

3'.i 
200 


Pfi 


47-60 


4.00 


2.75 


4.62 


1.25 


97 
98 


2-10 














99 


26-77 














100 


2-3 


5-8 
75 


1 














101 


25 


5.00 


3.00 


3.50 




semimonthly .- 


99 


102 
103 


15 


30 


10 


55 


5.00 


2.50 


2.50 


1.25 


semimonthly.. 


100 


55 


104 



7— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



98 



NOKTH CaROLIXA LabOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 3— 



No. 



105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 



MiU 


PostolEce 


Number Hours Worked 


Day 


Night 


Week 


Roanoke Hosiery Co. 


Scotland Neck 

....do 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
10 




55 


Scotland Neck Cotton Mills 


56 


Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co. 


Weldon 




55 


Coats Hosiery Mill 


Coats 




60 


The Skyland Hosiery Co 


East Flat Rock 

Hcndersonville 

... do 




00 






55 






55 


G. VV. Whitlock <& Son 


do 




55 








54 




....do 




60 




....do. 




57 






10 




55 


Orion Knitting Mills Co. 


Kinston 






Orion Mill, No. 3 


..do.... - . 










Marion... . 










do . 










do — . 


10 




60 












Charlotte 


10 
lOi 
10 
10 




54 




....do 


11' 


60 


Troy Knitting Mills Co. 


Troy... 


55 


Regal Hosiery Mills Co. 


Cameron.. 




60 




Carthage 








Rocky Mount 


8 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 
10 

9 
10 




48 






55 








55 


Efland Hosiery Mills 


Efland 




60 


Elizabeth City Hosiery Co. 


Elizabeth City 

... do 




54 






55 




....do 




55 


Standard ;\Ifg. Co. 


.. do 




54 




.\tkinson 




60 




Greenville _._ 








Tryon 












10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




55 




do . .. 




55 








60 


Staley Hosiery Mills Co. 


Staley- 




55 




EUerbe 




55 




St. Pauls 






Athena Mills.. . 


Leaksville 


10 
9 




55 






55 


Mayo Jlills 


Mayodan. 








Ellenboro . .. 








Wingo Mfg. Co. 


Forest City 


10 
10 




60 




Spindale . .. 




60 




Albemarle 






Wiscassett Mills Co 


do . 










Badin... ... ... 








Mayo .Mills 


Mount .-Viry 









*Same as last report. 

tidle. 

JPer week. 



Knittin'g Mills 



99 



Continued 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




— 


"d 
1 


e 

0) 

6 


"3 

O 




C 

CD 

O c3 


CO o 

M 


O 03.2 


No. 


6 

39 

39 

9-15 

50 

16 

9-14 

3 


23 
90 
53 

9-16 
100 
35 

28-50 

4 

26 

42 

30 

19-23 


12 
6 
3 

50 
2 
3 
2 
4 
7 

3 


29 

141 

98 

28 

200 

53 

51 

9 

41 

67 

34 

32 

350 


S 5.00 


S 2.00 


S 4.50 


S 2.00 


biweekly 


100 


70 
423 


105 
106 


4.00 


2.00 


3.50 


1.50 


semimonthly .- 


75 


107 


84 
650 
159 
153 

27 
123 
201 


108 


6.00 


2.00 


4.00 


1.50 


weekly 


100 


109 
110 










weekly 




111 










weekly _ _ 




112 


11 














113 


18 










weekly , . . - 




114 


4 
10 12 


4.00 


4.00 


3.92 


1.50 


semimonthly -- 


100 


115 


96 


llfi 
















117 






















118 
























119 








35 

47 
















120 


6 12 


25-35 
















141 


121 
















122 


17 


57 
50 
14 
10 


"""V 


74 
67 
20 
16 
75 
52 
71 

175 
28 

277 
41 
59 
35 
13 


4.81 
5.50 


1.75 
3.00 


4.23 
6.00 


.91 
2.00 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly.- - -.- 


100 
100 


152 
105 
60 

48 


123 
124 
125 


4 










weekly. .-. - 




126 
















127 


1 1-'"'8 


25-51 

49 

65 

10 

179-217 

17 

30-37 

19-21 

7 


12 
28 
12 
12 
5 
6 










weekly - 




156 

213 
500 

84 
831 
123 
177 
105 

36 


128 


10 










weekly - 




129 


63 
6 


6.66 


2.50 


5.00 


2.25 


weekly 

weekly . 


80 


130 
131 


67 87 










weekly . . - - . 




1.32 


19 










weekly 




133 


19-9g 










weekly . - . - 




134 


8 11 










weekly . 




135 


6 


4.61 


2.00 


2.83 


.75 


weekly 


90 


136 
137 








150 
162 
50 
55 
32 

09 
















138 


62 


91 
35 
48 
28 
15 


9 














486 


139 


15 

7 
4 
7 


6.42 

6.00 

140.00 


3.00 
2.00 
15.00 


5.88 
4.00 
24.00 


2.10 

1.50 

12.00 


semimonthly _ _ 

weekly 

biweekly 

weekly . - . _ 


100 
98 
100 


140 


150 


141 
14'' 


66 


143 


















144 


72 


79 
8 


10 
1 


161 

11 


7.09 
1:40.00 


4.00 
25.00 


6.33 
23.00 


2.03 
12.00 


weekly 

weekly 


98 
100 


500 


145 
146 






147 








30 
12 

75 














90 
36 
175 


148 


4 


8 
50 
















149 


25 


5.00 


2.50 


4.16 


2.00 


weekly 


100 


15C 
151 








1,300 
















15: 




1 


















15: 




1 

1 


1 


300 


! 












1 


i 


1 15- 



100 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



No 



155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 



MUI 



Excelsior Knitting Mills 

Iceman Knitting Millst --. 

Henderson Hosiery Co 

Crystal Hosiery Mill 

Morrisville Hosiery Mills 

Glenwood Knitting Mills 

Melrose Knitting Mills 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills 

Wendell Knitting Mills Co 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5 

Athletic Underwear Co 

Wilkes Hosiery Mills. 

Runnymede Mills, No. '6* 

Wilson Knitting Mills 



Postoffice 



Bryeon City... 

Monroe 

Henderson 

Holly Springs.. 

Morrisville 

Raleigh 

....do 

...do _-- 

Wendell 

Zebulon.. 

Goldsboro 

N. Wilkesboro. 

...do 

Wilson 

...do 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



*Same as last report. 
JBuilding Apiil, 1920. 



Knitting Mills 



101 



Continued 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




"3 


'a 

i 


1 
O 


o 
Eh 


a 




1 g 




No. 








50 


% 


3 


$ 


s 








155 






















156 


8 


34 
15 
20 


4 


46 
20 
30 
35 

68 














138 
15 
50 


1.57 


5 
10 


5.00 
4.12 


3.00 
2.50 


4.00 
3.75 


1.50 
1.42 


weekly 

weekly 


100 
100 


158 
159 

160 








6.66 


3.00 


3.33 


1.50 


weekly 


92 




161 










16?. 


11 


17 

27 




28 
62 
400 
34 
20 
70 
57 














84 
100 


163 


35 


6.00 


2.00 


3.00 


2.00 


semimonthly.. 




164 








165 


4 


19-37 

10-19 

50 

21-35 


1 

3 














102 
60 
210 
171 


166 


1 














167 


20 
15-20 


3.00 


1.25 


2.17 


.83 


weekly 


100 


168 
16P 



















CHAPTEE VII 



COTTON, WOOLEN, CORDAGE, AND SILK MILLS 

An index to the indnstrial progress of the State the past tAvo years 
is furnished by the continued growth of the cotton mill industry. 
Industrially, North Carolina has rapidly advanced to that position of 
output and prosperity where continued expansion will he controlled 
only by basic limitations. No fact relating to the advancement of 
the State is more interesting, more important, or more significant to 
the student of social and economic conditions in North Carolina than 
the vigor, the persistency, and the success that has followed the intro- 
duction of this branch of manufacture. The last biennial period has 
witnessed the usual development of the textile industry. 

The number of mills represented in these compilations is 377, an 
increase of 46 since this publication was issued two years ago. Of 
this number, 339 report $166,614,466 invested and authorized in 
plant operations. The number of spindles reported is 5,255,320; 
looms, 72,514; cards, 12,119 ; and the number of horsepower utilized 
at regular intervals was 218,883. The approximate amount of raw 
material used was 305,260,316 pounds. Estimated value of yearly 
output, $237,980,155. Adult males employed, 40,476; females, 
26,493; children, 6,623. Total number employes, 73,592. Esti- 
mated number of dependents intimately associated with the cotton 
mill industry in the capacity of Avage-earners and their families is 
214,843. 

The extent to which an industry gives employment and the amount 
which it pays in wages is a better test of its importance in many 
instances than the capital it requires, the cost of materials, the value 
of products, or even the added value through the process of manu- 
facture. The wage-earners in all branches of the textile industry of 
the State, combined, present a formidable array of men, women and 
children. The number of each class reported for the period covered 
by this report shows a healthy increase over the previous two years. 
The wage level is also higher, but this condition may not be main- 
tained in the immediate future on account of business depression 
which appeared during the latter part of 1920. The highest average 
wages paid males during the last biennial period is $6.56 per day; 
females, $4.23. Lowest average for males, $2.92: females, $2.46. 
A large proportion of the mills pay wages weekly; the remainder 
semimonthlv. 



Cotton Mills 103 



One liimdred eighty-four establishments report the use of electric 
power ; forty employ steam ; sixt}^ use steam and electricity ; twenty- 
one steam and water ; eleven electric and water ; sixteen, steam, water, 
and electric; sixteen generate their power with water, and twenty- 
nine overlooked this item in reporting their activities. 

One hundred twenty of the mills reporting employ both spindles 
and looms; two hundred thirteen spin only; eight report the use of 
looms only, and a considerable number do bleaching and finishing. 

Estimated unemployment in the textile industry of the State at the 
time this report goes to press is small in comparison to conditions 
reported from other sections of the country. This is due to the fact 
that both day and night forces have been maintained, although on 
short time, which has enabled the operators to hold out the hope of 
full-time operations when market conditions show improvement. 

Below will be found the tables of figures relating to various details 
of the industry. 



104 



JSToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Mills by Counties, Shoxcing Executive Officers, 



County 



Alan:ance- 



....do_ 



-do. 



.-..clo 

..._do 

.-.-do 

—.do 

....do 

..._do 

_-..do _ 

....do 

....do 

..-.do ._ 

-...do 

..-.do 

..-.do 

-...do 

....do 

do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

Alexander... 

....do 

...-do 

..-.do _ 

....do 

.-..do 

Anson 

..._do 

Bladen 

Buncombe., 
.-..do 

Burke 

....do .- 

..-.do 

....do 

....do.., 

Cabarrus 

...-do... 

.-..do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

---.do -.- 

.-..do 

---.do 



PostofiBce 



Burlington. 



.do. 



.do. 



....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do _. 

.-..do 

..-.do 

....do 

Elon College 

Glcn Ra7eu 

Graliam 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do -._. 

...do 

.-..do 

Haw River 

..--do 

Sweirsonv; I le 

Stony Point.. . 

....do 

Tay lorsville 

...-do 

.-..do 

....do.. 

Wadesboro 

..-.do.. 

Bladenboro.- 

Asheville 

...do 

Connelly Spring s.. 

Henry River . 

Morganton 

Rhodhiss... .- 

Aaldese 

Concord 

...do 

-..do... 

-.-do 

-.-do - 

..-do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Mill 



President 



Aurora Cotton Mills. 

Consolidated Textile Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale Division 

Consolidated Textile Corpora- 


Lawrence S. Holt, Jr., Mgr 

H. P. Pollard, Mgr..... 

H. C. Pollard, Mgr 


Elmira Cotton Mills Co. . . 


E. C. Holt 


Glencoe Mills. 

E. M. Holt Plaid Mills. Ino 

Keystone Finishing Mills 

King Cotton Mills Corporation.. 
Lakeside Mills .. 


R. L. Holt 

L. Bank.s Holt 

D. D. DeMoss ..-. 

Thos. F. Jeffress - 

A C. Holt 


Stevens Mfg. Co. 


E. C. Holt 


Holt, Gant & Holt Mfg. Co 

Glen Raven Cotton Mills --- 

Alamance Cotton Mills . 

Bellemont Cotton Mills.. 


L. B. Holt 

J. Q. Gant... 

L. Banks Holtf 

L. Banks Holtf 




L. Banks Holtf 

L. Banks Holtf 


Oneida Mills.. .. 


Saxapahaw Cotton Mills -. 

Sidney Cotton Mills .- 


F. L. Williamson 

IL W. Scott 




J. H. White..-. 


Haw Mfg. Co 


W. E. White 


Holt-Granite Mil^s Co 




Virginia Cotton .Mills - - . 


A. L. Baker.. . 


Rocky Face Spiining Co 

Stony Point Mfg. Co 


J. B. Hall 

A. W. White- .. 


Liledoun Mfg. Co.. .. . 


J. A. Miller, Jr.. 


Miller Mfg. Co. 


J. A. Miller, Jr. 


North State Cotton Mills Co.J..- 




Taylorsville CotLon Mill Co 

Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co 

Wadesboro Mfg. Co.** -. 


A. H. Mattheson 

Chas. M. Burns 

Geo. Singleton 


Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Ino 


H. C. Bridgers 

F. W. Cone 


French Broad Mfg. Co . 


G. E. Hunnins . 


Blue Ridge Cotton Mills... .. 






A. L. Quickel 


Alpine Cotton Mills 


W. A. Erwin. . . .. 


E. A. Smith Mfg. Co 




Valdese l\Ifg. Co 

Brancord Mfg. Co. 


A. M. Kestler 

D. H. Hill 


Brown Mfg. Co. . 


C. W. Johnston 


Cabarrus Cotton Mills. . 


J. W. Cannon . 


Cannon Mfg. Co '.... 

Franklin Cotton Mill 

Gibson Mfg. Co 


M. L. Cannon 

J. W. Cannon, Prop 


Hartsell Mills Co 


W. W. Flowe 


Kerr Bleaching and Finish. Wks. 


D. B. Coltrane. 


Locke Cotton Mills Co 


W. A. Erwin 



*See Oneida Mills. 



fDeceased. fBuilding 1920. 



**Same as last report. 



Cotton Mills 



105 



Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



J. A. Barnwell 

W. L. Holt 

W. M. Williams 

Dave EeMoss 

Henry M. Holladay. 

J. H. Holt ---- 

Paul Stevens 

L. B. Williamson. .. 



Capital 
Stock 



L. B. Williamson 

L. B. Williamson 

L. B. Williamson 

L. B. Williamson 

L. A. Williamson 

J. L. Scott, Jr 

W. E. White 

J. H.White 

Wm. T. Brooks, Sec. 



Samuel Turner. . 
A. L. Watts, Sec. 
T. H. Miller 



1900 
1884 
1910 
1912 
1893 
1919 
1881 
1902 
1845 
1870 
1875 
1880 
1849 
1888 
1901 
1912 
1901 
1894 
1920 
1908 



210,000 
112,000 
40,000 
31,000 
150,000 
78,000 
40,000 
150,000 
150,000 



Product 

Sold 

Direct or 

Through 

Agents 



Agents. 



Both. 



Agents- 
Agents- 
Agents. 
Agents- 
Direct- . 



Agent's Name 



No. 



T. Holt Haywood Dept. 

N. y 



F. Victor & Achelis, 



Converse & Co., N. Y. 



Converse & Co., N. Y -. 

Wm. Iselin & Co., N. Y 

Wm. Iselin & Co., N. Y 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y.. 



Both Various 



1,000,000 
180,000 
40,000 



10,000 

1,444,606 

1,787,640 

350,000 

272,208 



355,664 



Agents-. 
Agents-. 
-\gents- 
Agents- 
AgentS-. 
AgentS- 
Agents. 
Agents - 
AgentS- 
Agents . 
Agents. 
Agents. 
AgentS- 
Agents- 
Both_._ 
-Agents. 
Direct- 
Direct- 



Wm. Iselin & Co., N. Y 

William Iselin & Co., N. Y 

F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 

Converse & Co., N. Y 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N, Y 

F.Vietor&Achelis(T. Holt Haywood Dept.), N.Y, 

Parish Co., N. Y 

Cone Export & Com. Co., N. Y 

G. H. Buchanan, St. Louis, Mo 

C. E. Riley & Co., Boston, Mass 

Parish Co., N. Y... 

Converse & Co., N. Y 

Various 



J. A. Miller, Gen; Mgr. 

W. B. Rose 

Russell Murray 

C. O. Bridgers, Sec. _ _ 

M. D. Long 

R. L. Mitchell 

B. M. E. Pratth 

D. W. Aderholdt, Sec. 

J. E. Erwin 

D.G.Walker, Asst.Sec 

Prances Gairon__ 

Chas. A. Mies 

P. J. Haywood 

JohnE. Shaw, Supt.. 

G. B. Lewis 

B. L. Amick, Supt.... 

Alex R. Howard 

I. J. Davis, Bkp 

W. R. Odell -_. 

Thos. H. Webb 



1908 
1890 
1888 
1912 
1887 
1911 



1902 
1895 



1913 
1915 
1905 
1894 
1887 



1899 



314,133 

60,400 

6,000 

1,423,059 
250,000 
428,500 
91,979 
333,651 
150,000 
610,485 
289,000 
131,000 
164,300 
850,000 

3,500,000 



1890 
1908 



500,000 

850,963 

174,000 

1,181,600 



Both 

Agents.-- 
Commission 

Agents 

Agents- -- 
Agents--- 



Office, 606LaFayetteBldg., Philadelphia, Pa.. 



Forrest Bros., Philadelphia, Pa. . 
Cone Export & Com. Co., N. Y. 
Parish Co., N. Y 



Both-"- 

Agents- 



Both-- 

Agents- 
Agents- 
Agents- 
AgentS- 



Agents. 
Agents- 



Erwin Yarn Agency, Philadelphia, Pa.- 



F. U. Sterns & Co., N. Y. . 
F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y.. 

Cannon Mills, N. Y -. 

Cannon Mills, N. Y --- 



Cannon Mills, N. Y.. 
Cannon Mills, N. Y.. 



J. L. Bailey & Co., Erwin Yarn Agency, Phila.- 



106 



ISToRTH Caroli^ta Eabor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



Vo. 


County 


PostofBce 


Mill 


President 


48 


Cabarrus.. 

....do 

..do 


Concord 

—do 

do 


Xorcott Mills Co 


C. W. Johnston 


49 


Roberta Mfg. Co 

White Parks Mills Co 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills 

Kindley Cotton Mills 

Tuscarora Cotton Mills... 




fin 


John G. Parks 


51 
52 

5S 


....do 

....do 

....do 

Caldwell 

do. 


Kannapolis 

Mount Pleasant 

.—do 

Granite Falls 

do - 


M. L. Cannon 

W. A. McCanle.9s 


54 
55 


Dudley Shoals Cotton Mill Co-. 
Falls Mfg. Co. 


J. D. Elliott 

J. D. Elliott 


56 
57 


....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do -... 

....do... 

do 


Hickory 

Lenoir 

....do 

-..-do 

....do 

do . 


Granite Falls Mfg. Co.'f 

Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co 


G. H. Geitner.... 

J. 0. White 


58 


Lenoir Cotton Mill 

Moore Cotton Mill Co.. 


M. M. Courtnev 


5Q 


J. 0. White 


fin 


Steele Cotton :Mill Co... 


R. L. Steele 


61 


Whitnel Cotton Mill Co 

Watts Cotton Mill Co 


G. F. Harper 


6? 


-...do 

....do 

Catawba 

.-.do 

.. do 


Patterson 

Rhodhiss 

Brookford 

Hickory 

....do ' 


J. W. Watts... 


63 


The Rhodhiss Mills Co 


E. A. Smith 


64 
65 


Brookford Mills Co. 

Granite Falls Mfg. Co.* 


H. J. Holbrook 

G. H. Geitner 


66 




G. N. Hutton 


67 


....do 

....do-._ 

-..-do 

....do..- 


.-do 


IveyMillCo.. - 


G. H. Geitner 


68 


—do 

Long Island 

Maiden 

-—do 

---do 


A. A. Shuford Mill Co.. 


G. H. Geitner 


6q 






7n 


Blue Ridge Cotton Mills. 


B. M. Spratt, Jr 


71 


..-.do 

do 




W. B. Murray 


7-^ 


Liberty Cotton Mill 




73 


-—do 

--do 

-—do 

-—do -- 

-do .— 


--do 

---do 

Newton 

..-.do 

-do - - 


Maiden Cotton Mills.. 


D. R. B. Killian... 


74 


Union Cotton Mills.. 


C. E. Hutchison 


75 


Catawba Cotton Mills 


J. P. Yount.. -. . 


76 


Clyde Cotton Mills 


M. L. Jackson 


77 


Newton Mills Co.. 




78 


-—do 

Chatham 

—do 

Chowan 

Cleveland 

— -do— -. 

do 


-—do 

Bynum 

SUer City 

Edenton 


Yount Cotton Mills 


J. P., J. W., F. H. Yount .. 


79 
80 
81 


J. M. OdellMfg. Co 

Hadley People's Mfg. Co 

Edenton Cotton Mills 


J. A. Odell 

W. G. Sydnor 


8'' 


Minnett Mills 


C. I. Harrv 


83 


Kings Mountain 

do 


Bonnie Cotton Mills 




84 


Cora Cotton Mill 


C. F. Dilling 


85 


do 


do 


Dilling Cotton Mills 


A. G. Myers 


86 

87 


-...do 

-...do. 

..--do 

...-do 

do 


---do 

----do 

----do 

- — do 

..-.do 


Kings Mountain Mfg. Co 

Margrace Mills 


W. A. Mauney 

C. E. Neisler, Prop. 


88 






St) 


Park Yarn Mills Co 


R. H. Johnson 


90 


Pauline Mills 


C. E. Neisler, Prop 


91 L_._do 


-...do 


Phoenix Mills Co 


E. A. Smith 


92 
93 


do. --- 

i--do 

i-.-do 

1— do 

!--do 

— .do 




Sadie Cotton Mills Co., Inc 

Cleveland Mill and Power Co 

Belmont Cotton Mill Co 

Buffalo Mfg. Co i 


L. .\. Kiser 

J. F. Sohenck 


94 


Shelbv 


J. J. McMurrv 


95 


do 




fl6 


do 


Catherine Mill Co. 


C. C. Blanton 


97 


do 


Consolidated Textile Corpora- 
tion, Ella Division 








J R. Dover, Mgr 



fPlant in Caldwell County. *Same as last report. tSucceeded by Bryson Mfg Co., Gastonia. 



Cotton Mills 



107 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


3 


Capital 

Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 


Agent's Name 


No. 


F. J. Haywood 

W. W. Flowe, Treas. 


1915 

1887 
1902 
1900 
1906 


$ 200,000 

249,756 

166,170 

3,500,000 

37,742 

45,000 
147,300 
130,000 
395,000 
100,000 
375,528 
117,400 
1.50,000 
150,000 
250,000 
618,634 
781,559 

95,000 
300,000 
225,000 
100,000 

85,000 


Agents - 

Agents 

Both 


Johnston Mills, N.Y.,Phila., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Johnston Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C . 


48 
49 


Jones W. Pharr, Bkr. 




50 


G. B. Lewis. . 


Agents 

Agents 

Agents 


Cannon Mills, N. Y 


51 




F. D'Olier & Co., Phila.- 


5'i 


Paul Barringer . 


Cannon Mills, Phila - -.. 


5.3 


D. H. Warlick 




54 


D. H. Warlick 






55 


A. Mes.. Shuford 


1885 
1904 
IPOl 
1907 
1918 
1907 
1900 
1919 
1917 
1885 
1917 
1903 
1909 
1890 
1919 
1916 


Agents 

Both 


Catlin & Co., N. Y., and others 


56 






57 


J. L. Nelson . 


Both 




58 


J. L. Nelson 


Both 




59 


T. H. Broyhill 


Direct 




fiO 




Both 




61 


A. E. Watts 


Agents 

Agents 

Agents 

Agents 

Agents 

Agents 

Agents 

Agents - 


Chas. J. Webb & Co., Phila. 


fi'^ 


R. C.Moore- -.-- 


Watts, Stebbins & Co., N. Y 


63 


J. L. Goodwin, As. Sec. 


A. D. Juillard & Co., N. Y. 


64 


A. A. Shuford, Jr 

H. J. Holbrook 

A. A. Shuford, Jr.— _ 

A. A. Shuford, Jr 

Osborne Brown -_ 


Catlin & Co., N. Y 

Perkins & Boland, Boston, Mass 

Catlin, & Co. N. Y 

Catlin & Co., N.Y.; Henry C. Kelly Co., N.Y.. 


65 
66 
67 
68 
69 


G. E. Mauney- - 






70 


B. M. Spratt, Jr 


300,000 
45,009 
131,700 
248,000 
186,638 
150,000 
730,647 






71 


S. L. Heffner 






79 


P. C. Costner 




-Argents 

Both 


Wm. Whitman, Boston 


73 


L. A. Yuings 


1891 
1900 
1903 
1894 


74 


J. W. Yount, Sec 


Both 


. . .-..--.- 


75 


A. B. Kuhn -- 


Agents 




75 


A. B. Kuhn, Sec 


Agents- 

Both 




77 






78 


A. H. London, Sec 


1887 
1895 
1898 
1920 
1900 
1900 
1894 
1888 
1919 


296,350 
341,866 
7.37,195 
100,000 

99,000 
624,734 
444,422 

95,000 


Both 




79 


J. C. Gregson, Treas. . 


Agents 

Both 


John Corbett & Son, Phila. 


80 


W. 0. Elliott, Treas. - 




81 




-4.gent 

Agents 

Agents 

Direct 


Tatum, Pinkham & Grey, N. Y 

Mauney-Steele Co., Phila 

Various 


82 


W. A. Mauney 

0. G. Falls, Treas 

W. S. Dilling, Sec 


83 
84 

85 


S. A. Mauney -- _ 


Agent 

Agent 

Agents - 


Mauney-Steele Co., Phila , . , - 


86 




B. F. Bailey & Co., N. Y 


87 


0. B. Carpenter 


125,000 
194,100 


88 


J. L. Spencer 


1919 
1910 
1917 
1919 
1888 
1907 


Agents 

Agent 

Agents 

Agents 


Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 

B. F. Bailey & Co., N. Y 

Wilson & Bradbury, N. Y 


89 
90 


H. C. Dwelle, Sec...- 
D. C. Mauney --. 


407,343 
150,000 
100,000 

60,000 
118,689 

58,308 


91 


F. C. Reynolds 

A. W. McMurry 


Agent 

Agents 


James E. Reynolds & Co., N. Y 


93 
94 


J. R. McClend 






95 


J. R. Dover, Sec 


1917 


Agents 


Converse & Co., N. Y 


96 
97 



108 



North Carolina L.\bor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


President 


PR 


Cleveland.. 

....do 

....do 

Cumberland 

....do 

....do... 


Shelby 

....do 

....do 

Cumberland 

Fayetteville 

....do 


Double Shoals Mfg. Co. 


D. D Wilkins 


99 

inn 


Lily Mill and Power Co 

Shelby Cotton Mills 


Jno. F. Schenck, Sr 

C. C. Blanton 


im 


Corley Mills, Inc.. 


Clifton Corley 


102 
103 


Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Puritan Mills Co 


E. H. Williamson 


in4 


....do_ 

..._do 


do 


Tolar, Hart& Holt Mills 

Victory Mfg. Co . 


John R Tolar 


105 


....do 




lOfi 


..._do...._ 

Davidson 

....do 


Hope Mills 


Rockfish Mills, Inn 


D. J. Rose 


107 




Dacotah Cotton Mills.. 


C. A. Hunt, Jr. 


108 


....do 


Erlanger Cotton Mills Co 


Milton S. Erlant'er 


loq 


. do 


do... 


C. A. Hunt 


110 

111 


....do. 

....do 

do . . 


....do 

Thomasville _ 

do 


Wennonah Cotton Mills Co 

Amazon Cotton Mills .-. 


W. E. Holt, Jr 


11'^ 


Jewel Cotton Mills 


C. W. Johnston 


113 


....do 


do 






114 




Cooleemee 

Bahama 


Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 3-. 

Laura Cotton ;\Iills 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 


B. N. Duke. . 


ll,") 


Durham 

....do 

-...do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do... .-._ 

Edgecombe 

....do_- 

Forsyth 




llfi 


T. B. Fuller 


117 


.-..do 

East Durham 

West Durham 

._._do 

Tarboro 

-.-.do 

Salem Station 

Winston-Salem 

-.-do 

-.-do 

Franklinton.. _ 

Belmont 

....do. 

-...do 


Pearl Cotton Mills. 


Geo. W. Watts 


118 


Durham Cotton Mfg. Co.- ._ 


W. A. Erwin 


119 


Erwin Cotton Mills Co., Nos. 1 


B. N. Duke 


120 
1''1 


Erwin Cotton Mills Bleachery* .. 


B. N. Duke 

W.A.Hart 


122 
1?3 


Hart Cotton Mills 

Arista Mills Co 

Chatham Mfg. Co. 


Wm. A. Hart 


1?4 


....do 

....do 

....do 

Franklin 

Gaston .. 


H. G. Chatham. . 


125 

126 
127 
1''8 


Inverness Mills Co 

South.side -Mills 

Sterling Cotton Mills 

Chronicle Mills 

Climax Spinning Co 

Crescent Spinning Co.** 

Imperial Yarn Mill 

Majestic Mfg. Co 


M. P. Orr 

A. H. Bahnson 

S. C. Vann 


19q 


....do 

....do.. 




130 




131 


....do 


-..do 




13' 


do 


..do... 




133 


....do. 

....do 


....do 

. do 




134 


Perfection Spinning Co.t- 

American Cotton Mills, Inc 

Atlas Mfg. Co.t 

Gambrill & Melville Mills Co 

George Cotton Mills. . 




135 


....do 


Bessemer City 

....do 

do . 


F. Goldberg 


136 
137 


....do 

....do 


J. J. George 

M. Gambrill.. 


138 


....do 


do 


Jno. J. George — 


139 


....do 

. . do 


do' 


Huss Mfg. Co 




140 


do 




R. B. Pitts 


141 


....do . 


Cherry ville 

....do 


Cherryville Mfg. Co... 


D. E. Rhvne 


14'' 


....do 

....do 

....do 


Gaston Mfg. Co 


J. H . Hull . 


143 


Howell Mfg. Co 


D. E. Rhyne 


144 


Melville Mfg. Co 


W. A. Mauney 



'Same as last report. 
**Not yet operating. 



IPlant not running. 

fSucceeded by George Cotton Mills Co. 



Cotton Mills 



109 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



A. M. MeMurry 

Jno. F. Schenck, Jr... 

J. C. Smith, Sec 

W. E. DuPre 

A. A. McEachern 

L. B. Williamson, Sec. 
Miss Minnie Hamlet.. 

A. E. Ritch, Sec 

R. L. Huffines. 

W. H. Mendenhall..,. 
Geo. W. Mountcastle. 

J. T. Lowe 

J. V. Moffitt _. 

C. G. Hill 

John Tillett 

L. F. Green 

W. A. Erwin 

R. L. Harris 

Chas. A. Moore 

J. Harper Erwin 

J. Harper Erwin 

W. A. Erwin 



W. A. Erwin 

Harry Smith 

B. Mabrey Hart 

N. B. Smith. 

Sherwood Chatham.. 

T. J. Wilson, Bkr 

N. B. Smith 

A. H. Vann, Sec 

W. T. Leeper 

R. D. Hall 

Geo. W. Stowe 

W. T. Leeper 

R. D. Hall 

W. T. Leeper 

D. P. Stowe 

R. Goldberg...- 

A. A. McLean, Jr 

E. B. Ambrose 

T. C. Sumner 

J. J. Ormand, Bkr 

M. J. Shelar 

J.F.Harrelson.of. mgr 
D. P. McClurd, Sec... 
J. F. Harrelson, Sec. 
D. A. Rudisill 



1904 
1900 
1920 
1898 
1917 
1899 
1906 
1916 
1908 
1914 
1900 
1911 
1909 



1892 
1917 
1899 
1893 
1884 
1892 

1910 
1899 
1916 
1903 
1878 
1910 
1903 
1895 
1901 
1915 
1919 



1907 
1914 



1920 
1911 
1915 
1919 
1909 
1909 
1892 
1896 
1907 
1906 



Capital 
Stock 



100,000 
135,000 
474,226 
450,000 
200,000 
548,116 
414,000 
923,939 



150,000 
600,000 
190,000 
100,000 
125,000 
160,200 
2,998 

4,000,000 
65,900 

1,500,000 
175,000 
450,000 

4,000,000 



257,087 
250,000 
325,200 
700,000 
333,223 



815,468 
595,851 
922,274 
550,000 
424,746 
610,855 
800,919 
600,000 
250,000 
228,754 
200,000 
125,000 
432,339 
599,031 
291,520 
542,434 
410,320 
159,000 



Product 

Sold 

Direct or 

Through 

Agents 



Direct- . 
Agent-. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Both... 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agent.. 
Agents. 
Agents. 



Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents. 



Agents. 
Agents. 
Direct-. 
Agents. 
Agents. 



Agents- 
Agents- 
Agent.. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agent.. 
Both... 
Both... 
Both... 



Both... 
Direct. 
Both... 



Agent.. 
Agents. 
Agent- 
Agents. 
Agents - 
Agents. 
Both.- 
Agents- 
Direct- . 
Agents. 



Agent's Name 



Catlin&Co., N. Y.... 

Various 

The Riddle Co., Phila. 



Parish Co., N. Y 

Tolar & Hart, N. Y 

Hunter Mfg'. & Com. Co., N. Y. . 

J. Spencer Turner Co., N. Y 

Cone Export & Com. Co., N. Y. 



Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co., N. Y. 

F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 

Cannon Mills, Phila 

Johnston Mills, Phila 



Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Phila. 



J. L. Bailey & Co., Phila 

J. L. Bailey & Co. , Phila 

Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Phila.. 



Leslie, Evans & Co., N. Y. 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y.. 
Clarence Whitman & Son, N. Y.. . 
Woodward, Baldwin & Co., N. Y.. 
Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y.. 



Brouder Com. Co., N. Y. . 



Tatum, Pinkham & Grey, N. Y. 

F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y... 

Brander & Curry, Inc., N. Y 

Reeves-Jennings Co., N. Y 

Various 

Parish Co., N. Y 



Mauney-Steele Co., Phila. 



110 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


■ Mill 


President 


145 


Gaston 






D. E Rhvne 


146 


....do 

....do 


.-.-do 


Vivian Cotton Mills 




147 


Dallas 

..-.do- — 

....do.- 


Dorothy Mfg. Co 




148 
149 


....do.. 

.-..do 


Monarch Cotton Mills Co 


C. B. Armstrong 

J. 0. White 


isn 


-...do 

-...do 


Gastonia 


Arlington Cotton Mills 




151 


--.do 






152 


....do 

do... . 


.-..do 


Armstrong Cotton Mills Co 

Arrow Mills, Inc. (at Lincolnton) 
Avon Mills 


C. B. Armstrong 


153 


do 


154 


..-.do 

....do 


...-do 

... do 


J. C. Rankin... 


155 


Clara Mfg. Co. 




15fi 


.-..do. 

-...do -... 


-...do 




J. K. Dixon 


157 


....do 


Dunn Mfg. Co 




158 


....do -.-- 


.-.do 


Flint Mfg. Co 




159 


...-do.. ..__ 

....do 


-...do 


Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co 

Gray Mfg. Co. 




16n 


do 




Ifil 


-.-.do 


... do 






162 


-...do 

-..-do 


---.do 

- do -- 


Hanover Thread Mills 


W. T. Rankin... 


163 






164 


...-do. 

.---do 


....do 

do 


Modena Cotton Mills. . . 


J. 0. White — 


165 


Mountain View Mills. 

Mutual Cotton Mills Co 


W T Rankin Jr 


166 


-..-do 

-...do 

...-do 


-.-.do 

....do 

....do 




167 


Mvers Mills, Inc.. 


A. G. Myers 

J. L. Gray 


168 


Myrtle Mills, Inc. 


169 


...-do 

.---do- -... 


-do 

---do 


Osceola Mills . - . . 


W. T. Rankin 


17n 


Ozark Mills, Inc. 




171 


-.-.do -- 


--do 


Parkdale Mills, Inc 




17" 


-.--do 


do 


Piedmont Spinning Mill Co 




173 


do 


do 




174 


do 


do 




J. H. Mayes 

R. G. Rankin 


175 


....do 


----do 




176 


.-..do 

--..do 

-.-■.do 

-..-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


- — do 

— do --- 

-.-do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

do- 


Ranlo Mfg. Co.... . 


Jno. C. Rankin 


177 


Rex Spinning Co... 


J. H. Maves.. 


178 


Ruby Cotton Mills 


W. H. .A.dams 


179 
180 


Seminole Cotton Mills Co 

A. M. Smvre Mfg^Co.- 


C. B. Armstrong 

J. Lee Johnson . 


181 


Spencer Mountain Mills 


J. C. Rankin 


182 


Trenton Cotton Mills 


J. K. Dixon .- 


183 


....do 

.-.-do 

.---do 

.---do 


...-do 

High Shoals 

Lowell 

-- do.... - 


Victory Yarn Mills Co - 


C. B. Armstrong 


184 


High Shoals Co.* - 


Chas. R. Hebard 


185 


Lowell Cotton Mills 


John C. Rankin.. 


186 




187 


. — do 

..-do 

... do . 


Mayworth 

McAdenville -.. 

Mount Holly 

.--do 

do 


Mays Mills, Inc. 


Stuart W. Cramer. .. 


188 


McAden Mills 


H. M. McAden 


189 


Adrian Mfg. Co 

Albion Cotton Mills* . 




19f1 


....do 

....do - 


A. P. Rhyne.. 


191 


Catawba Spinning Co 

Globe Yarn Mills, Inc 

Mount Holly Cotton Mills Co.... 


R F Craig 


192 
193 


--..do 

....do 


VZdlZZ'.'.'.'.V.V.'.'. 


R. F.Craig 



*Same as last report. 



fBuilding 1920. 



CoTTOx Mills 



111 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



C. A. Rudisill 

Goo. S. Falls 

S. M. Robinson, V.-P. 

A. K. Winget 

J. D. Moore, Sec 

James Bracy 

J. H. Separk 

A. K. Winget 

H. Separk 

O. Gardner 

K. Winget 

M. Dixon 

K. Winget 

James Brady 

J. S. Love 

Martha Torrence 

H. H. Groves 



Geo. E. Marvin 

F. L. Jenkes 

J. D. Moore, Sec 

W. T. Rankin 

A. K. Winget 

J. Bush 

James Bracy 

Geo. E. Marvin 

W. O. Gardner 

Martha Torrence, Bkr. 

A. K. Winget 

L. S. Rankin, Sec 

W. G. Hamner 

L. S. Rankin 

W. T. Love, Treas.--. 

W. M. Boyce ..-. 

Geo. R. Spencer, 

A. K. Winget 

Fred Smyre 

J. B. Reeves, Bkr 



A. K. Winget 

J. S. Wier 

S. j\L Robinson, Sec. 
S. M. Robinson, Sec, 

H. L. Moore 

R. L. Hughes, Bkr. _ 



H. A. Rhyne 

J. W. Holland, Sec. 

J. W. Holland 

H. A. Rhvne, Sec... 



1919 
1910 



1906 
190.3 
1900 
1920 



1918 
1890 
1907 
1920 
1909 
1907 
1887 
1905 
1916 

1917 
1900 
189.3 
1918 
1916 
1919 
1918 
1916 
1899 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1920 
1918 
1916 
1916 
1918 
1916 
1917 
1895 
1S94 
1S19 
1900 
1900 
1906 
1907 
1881 
1916 
1908 
1918 
1919 
1908 



Capital 

Stock 



$ 300,000 
247,441 
292,748 
200,000 
363,675 
1,564,379 
1,500,000 
1.30,000 
350,000 
815,803 
200.000 
300,000 
200,000 
165,956 
200,000 
1,423,498 
250,000 

110,000 



285,274 
105,000 
160,000 
500,000 
788,347 
200,000 
899,443 

1,346,448 
50,000 
672,070 
500,000 
150,000 
400,000 
200,800 
300,000 
225,000 
250,000 
469,905 
187,200 
800,000 
355,200 

1,470,052 
529,988 
920,000 

1,064,290 
811,808 
40,000 
201,372 
300,000 
164,257 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 



Direct- 

Agents- 
Agents. 
Agents- 
Both... 
Agents- 



Agents- 
Agent-- 
Agents- 
Agents. 
Both... 
Agents- 
Both... 
Agents. 
AgentS- 
Both.._ 



Agents. 
Direct-. 
Agent -- 
Agents- 
Agents- 
Both... 
Both... 
Agents. 
-Igents- 
.\gents- 
Agents- 
A gents. 



Agents. 
Direct.. 
Agent. - 
Both... 
Agents. 
Direct. . 
Agents.. 
Direct. 
Agents. 
Both... 
Both... 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Direct. 
Agents- 
Agents. 
Agent. - 
AgentS- 



Agent's Name 



No. 



No connection- 

Turner-Halsey Co., N. Y 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 



H. A. Florsheim, N. Y. 



Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 

H. A.' Florsheim, N. Y 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila. 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila.. 



Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 



Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

H. A. Florsheim, N. Y 

Groves Yarn Agency, Phila. ; E. G. Harper, 

Chicago 

Wilson & Bradbury, N. Y 



C. J. Webb & Co., Phila 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 
Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 



H. A. Florsheim, N. Y 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 

Lowell Yarn Co., N. Y 

H. A. Florsheim. N. Y 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 
Carolina Yarn Corp., Phila 



Carolina Yarn Corp., Phila. 



Textile Yarn Agency 

Wm. S. Waterman, Phila 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila. 



Converse & Co., N. Y 

Various 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila.. 



Lowell Yarn Co., Phila. 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Jas. E. Mitchell Co., Phila 

Cone E.^port and Com. Co., N. Y. 



Lowell Yarn Co., Phila. . 
Lowell Yarn Co., Phila. . 



145 

146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
1.53 
1.54 
155 
156 
157 
15S 
159 
160 

161 
162 
163 
16t 
165 
166 
167 
16S 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 



112 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Tabi^ No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


PostoflSce 


Mill 


President 




1P4 


Gaston 


Mount Holly 

....do 

....do -.- 

Stanly 


Nims Mfg. Co 

Tuckaseege Mfg. Co 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co 


C. E. Hutchinson 


195 


....do.. 

....do 

....do 


H. A. Rhyne. 


IPfi 




1Q7 


Lola Mfg. Co 




198 


....do 


Worth... 


Harden Mfg. Co 


0. D. Carpenter 

W. A. Erwin 




199 


Granville 

Guilford 

....do 

... do.... 


Oxford... 


Oxford Cotton Mills 




?m 


Gibsonvillc 


Gem Cotton Mills. 


Lawrence S. Holt, Jr. 
C. M. Guggenheimer. 
J. E. Latham 

Bernard M. Cone 

Bernard M. Cone 

E. Sternberger 

J. H. Adams. 

J. H. Adams 

F. M. Pickett 


Mgr. 


?m 


. do . 


Minneola Mfg. Co 




90?. 


Greensboro.- --, 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 


Pomona Mills, Inc. 




203 


....do 

...-do 

....do 


Proximity Mfg. Co. (Proximity 
Mills) 




204 


Proximity Mfg. Co. (White Oak 
Mills). .. 




?(\h 






206 


....do . 


High Point 


Cloverdale Cotton Mills .. 




207 


....do 


do.. 


Highland Cotton Mfg. Co 

Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc 

Oakdale Cotton Mills 

Roanoke Mills Co., No. 1 

Roanoke Mills Co., No. 2* 




208 


. — do 

....do 


..-do 




209 




Wm. G. Ragsdale.-.. 

W. S. Parker.. 

W. S. Parker 

S. F. Patterson 

J. A. Moore 

W. T. Shaw.. 

B. N. Duke 

S. B. Tanner 




210 


Halifax 


Roanoke Rapids 

.-.-do 




211 


....do 




21? 


....do.. 


--..do 




213 


....do . . 


Rosemary. 


Patterson Mills Co... 




214 


....do 


Weld on 


Shaw Cotton Mills, Inc... 




215 


Harnett - 


Duke. . 


Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 2..- 




216 


Henderson 

Hoke... 


Tuxedo 




217 


Raeford 


Raef ord Power Mfg. Co 




218 


Iredell 




Turner Mills Co.f 




219 


....do.. 


Mooresville 

....do 


Dixie Cotton Mill Co 


E. W. Brawley 


220 


....do 






221 


....do... 


Statesville .. 


Bloomfield Mfg. Co . 


N. B. Mills 

D. M. Ausley 

Wm. Wallace... 

J. W. Watts 




222 


do... 


- . do... 


Paola Cotton Mills, Inc 

Statesville Cotton Mills 

LauraEllen Watts Cotton Mill Co. 
Turnersburg Cotton Mills 




228 


do 


do. . 




224 


... do... 


Turnersburg 

do 




225 


. . do. 




226 


Johnston 

....do 


Clayton 


Clayton Cotton Mills 

Liberty Cotton Mills Co 

Ethel Cotton Mills Co., Inc 


C. W. Home 

E. L. Hinton 

C. W. Johnston 




227 


...-do. 




228 


....do 

do 






229 


do 




230 


....do 


-...do 




A. Hunsicker 

B. B. Adams 

J. C. Watkins 

J. E. Hood 

J. F. Taylor 

0. E. Anderson 

R. S. Reinhardt 

J. C. Rankin 

L. N. Rudisill 

D. E. Rhyne 

R. L. Goode 




231 


....do 

Lee 

Lenoir 

do- 


Smithfield 

Sanford 

Kinston 

....do 






232 
233 
234 


Sanford Cotton Mills 

Caswell Cotton Mills, Inc .. 

Kinston Cotton Mills 

Anderson Mills Co., Inc 

Elm Grove Cotton Mill 




235 
236 


Lincoln 

....do 


Lincolnton 

....do 




237 


...-do 

...-do 


....do 

....do 




238 


Indian Creek Mfg. Co 

Laboratory Cotton Mills.- 

Roseland Cotton Mills Co 

John Rudisill Mfg. Co 




239 
240 


..-.do 

....do 


....do 

do 




241 


....do. 


....do 





*See Roanoke Mills Co., No. 1. 



tSucceeded by Superior Yarn Mills, Statesville. 



Cotton Mills 



113 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



R. F. Craig, Treas... 
E. E. Carpenter, Sec. 
R. H. Lewis, Jr 



J. R. Young, Sec. 
C. W. Causey 



J. E. Hardin. 



J. E. Hardin 

S. Sternberger 

H. F. Hunsucker 

H. F. Hunsucker, Sec. 
R. H. Walker, Sec... 

O. M. Bundy 

J. M. Jackson 

J. M. Jackson 

E. W. Lehman 

A. L. Taylor 

R. S. Travis 

W. A. Erwin 

J. O. Bell, Vice-Pres. . 

C. W. Seate, Sec 

Samuel Turner, Treas. 

Roy K. McNeely 

C. Robt. Johnston... 

L. N. Mills 

A. L. Mills 

F. B. Bunch 

C. E. Watts 

L. O. Steele 

Chas. G. Gulley 

D. L. Barbour, Sec... 

Carrie Nicholson 

Carrie Nicholson 

S. R. Dean 

J. J. Broadhurst 



J. .4. Taylor 

Thos. Clark, Treas... 

M. M. RudisiU 

O. D. Stamp 

Joe Allen 

C. S. Little, Supt 

W. T. Shore, Treas... 
J. O. Shuford, Sec... 



1892 
1883 
1005 
1893 
1899 
1901 
1905 
1888 
1909 

1895 

1895 
1899 
1920 
1913 
1912 



1900 
1909 
1907 
1892 
1907 
1906 
1910 
1906 
1893 
1903 
1907 
1893 
1920 



1900 
1908 
1909 
1907 



1909 
1899 
1908 
1898 
1919 
1890 
1907 



1887 
1920 
1901 



Capital 

Stock 



486 
579 
272 
377 
175 



1,241 
836 

500 

500 
300 
50 
603 
766 
200 
1,000 



8 — Dept. Labor, 



5,500 
661 
99 

4,000 
354 
363 
325 
200 

2,278 
100 
117 
185 
125 
108 
480 
322 
319 
368 
606 
251 
408 
904 
785 
234 
185 
106 
122 
238 
100 
93 
1920. 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 

Agents 



Both... 
Direct. . 
Both... 
Agents. 
Agents- 
Agent.. 
Direct! . 
Agents- 
Agent.. 



Agents- 

Agents- 
Agent.. 
Direct. . 
Direct- 
Agents. 
Agent-. 
Agents- 



Agents. 
Agent-. 
Direct. . 
Agents. 
Direct. , 



Agents- 
Agent.- 



Agent.. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents- 



Agents- 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents- 
Agents- 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents- 
Direct.. 
Agents- 
Agents- 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Both... 
Agent-- 
Agents- 



Agent's Name 



Various 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Tillinghast-Stiles Co., N. Y 

Erwin Yarn Agency, Inc., Phila., Pa. 



Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y.. 
Hunter -Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y.. 

Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y.. 



Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y.. 
Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y.. 



Cannon Mills, N. Y 

H. C. Kelly & Co., N. Y... 
Jas. L. Wilson & Co., Phila. 



Jas. L. Wilson & Co., N. Y. and Phila... 
American Bleached Goods Co., N. Y 



Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Phila. and N. Y.. 



James E. Mitchell Co., N. Y 

Wm. Whitman Co., Inc., Boston. 

Various 

Cannon ]\Iills, Phila 

Cannon Mills, Phila., Pa.... 



Jas. F. White & Co., N. Y. 



Various 

Franklin D'Olier & Co., Phila 

Johnston Cotton Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C.-. 



Standard Textile Prod. Co., N. Y 

Catlin & Co., N. Y 

Hunter Mfg. and Commission Co., N. Y. 
P. L. Gilkey, Phila 



Hunter Mfg. and Commission Co., N. Y 

Tillinghast-Stiles Co., Providence, R. I 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila t 237 

Turner-Halsey & Co., N. Y 1 238 

G. B. Chadwick, Providence, R. I 239 

Various 1 240 

Various - | 241 



114 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



County 



Lincoln.. 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

_..do 

McDowell 

...do 

...do 

Madison 

Mecklenburg. - 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

_._do 

...do 

...do 



...do 

...do 

...do.... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Montgomery 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Moore 

....do. 

Nash.. 

New Hanover... 

....do 

Orange 

....do 

Pasquotank 

Person... 

....do 

Pitt 

Randolph 

....do 



PostoflBce 



Lincolnton... 

...do 

...do 

Long Shoals. 

Southside 

Stanley 

Marion 

...do 

...do 

Marshall 

Charlotte 

...do 

...do.: 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do... 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

North Charlotte. 

...do 

Cornelius 

...do 

Davidson 

...do 

Huntersville 

Lowell 

Paw Creek 

Pineville 

Biscoe 

...do 

Troy 

....do 

....do 

High Falls 

Vass 

Rocky Mount 

Wilmington 

....do 

Hillsboro 

....do 

Elizabeth City... 

Roxboro 

....do 

Greenville 

Ashboro... 

Central Falls 



Mill 



Saxony Spinning Co 

Wampum Cotton Mills Co. 

Williams Cotton Mills 

Long Shoals Cotton Mills.. 

Lincoln Cotton Mills 

Alba Mfg. Co 

Clinchfield Mffe. Co 

Cross Cotton Mills Co 

Marion Mf.«. Co 

Capitola Mfg. Co. 

Earnhardt Mfg. Co 

Belbro Mills 

Chadwick-Hoskins Co 

Charlotte Waste Co 

Elizabeth Mills Co 

Fidelity Mfg. Co 

Highland Park .Mfg. Co.... 



Magnolia Mills 

Mecklenburg Mfg. Co.* 

Piedmont Commission Co. 

Savona Mfg. Co 

Johnston Mfg. Co 

Mecklenburg Mills Co 

Cornelius Cotton Mills 

Gem Yarn Mills 

Delburg Cotton Mill Co.. 

Linden Mfg. Co 

Anchor Mills 

The Atherton Mills 

The Thrift Mfg. Co 

Chadwick-Hoskina Mill, No. 5t- 

Aileen Mills, Inc 

Francis Cotton Mills 

Capelsie Cotton Mills 

Rhyne-Anderson Mills Co 

Smitherman Cotton Mills. Inc.. 

High Falls Mfg. Co 

Vass Cotton Mills Co 

Rocky Mount Mills 

Bellwill Cotton Mills 

Delgado Mills, Inc 

Belle Vue Mfg. Co 

Eno Cotton Mills 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills 

Longhurst Cotton Mills 

Roxboro Cotton Mill 

Greenville Cotton Mills, Inc 

Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc 

Central Falls Mills, Inc 



President 



Edgar Lovef 

J. C. Rankin 

D. C. Wilhams 

J. S. Mauney 

D. E. Rhyne, Prop. 

John C. Rankin 

D. D. Little 

D. E. Hudgins 

D. D. Little 

A. Q. Kale 

C. A. Misenheimer.. 

W. H. Belk 

Spencer Turner 

W. E. Bacon 

W. C. Wilkinson.... 

A. P. Rhyne. 

C. P. Johnston 



Glen-LowTy Co., Owners 

W. H. Belk 

C. C. Lima 

C. W. Johnston... 

M. L. Jackson 

F. C. Sherrill 

F. C. Sherrill 

Dr. J. P. Munroe 

Dr. J. P. Munroe 

C. W. Johnston 

Jno. C. Rankin 

W. C. Wilkinson 

J. D. Buice, Supt 

Jno. C. Rankin 

J. C. Rankin 

A. W. E. Capel 

E. O. Anderson 

Mrs. S. J. Smitherman 

J. W. Woody 

A. Cameron 

Benehan Cameron 

Jno. D. Bellamy 

R. R. Bellamy 

S. Strudwick 

S. RufEn 

Chas. H. Robinson 

Roxboro Cotton Mill, Props 

J. A. Long 

J. G. Moye 

D. B. McCrary 

C. J. Cox 



JSee Charlotte. fDeceased. 



•Same as last report. 



Cotton Mills 



115 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



R. S. Abernathy, Sec. 
J. O. Allen, Sec 



R. F. Craig, Sec 

W. L. Morris 

Eugene Cross. .- 

Sam L. Copeland 

R. Hope Brison 

Thos. M. Barnhardt.. 
G. H. Brockenbrough. 

E. C. Dwelle 

A. J. Cocking 

L. H. Wilkinson 

J. M. Anders 

J. L. Spence, Treas... 
A. C. Summerville, 
Prop 



F. D. Alexander 

W. W. Beadle, Treas. . 
R. H. Johnston, Mgr 

J. D. Norwood 

P. A. Staugh 

Joe A. Sherrill 

J. Lee Sloan 

J. L. Sloan 

J. L. Spencer 

C. M. Robinson 

H. W. Moore, Treas... 



Sterling Graydon 

D. D. Benton, Sec.._. 
J. G. Tomlinson, Sec 

H. C. Long, Jr 

A. W. E. Capel, Sec._ 

G. C. Shaw 

A. M. Cameron.. 

Thos. E. Marshall 

J. W. Williamson 

Thos. R. Ames, Sec. 

T. N. Webb 

J. H. Webb 

J. G. Gregory 



1909 
1904 
1618 
1886 
1895 
1919 
1914 
1916 
1909 
1905 
1900 
1917 
1908 
1919 



1893 
1891 



1907 



1908 
1913 
1907 
1888 
1907 
1908 
1891 
1898 
1892 
1914 



1920 
1906 
1900 
1920 



1909 
1874 

1874 
1899 
1904 
1896 
1896 



Capital 
Stock 



496 
634 



376,908 



94, 

1,041, 

281, 

500, 

65, 

50 

64 

5,800 

100 

200 

34 

644 



123,190 



190,663 
550,023 



400,000 
48,600 
72,500 
50,000 
90,000 
84,000 
175,000 
201,000 



500,000 
408,745 
186,336 
200,000 
473,362 
199,795 
107,800 

1,217,784 
550,587 
521,971 
259,800 

1,085,000 
520,359 



Product 

Sold 

Direct or 

Through 

Agents 



Agents. 
Agents. 



Agents. 
Both... 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agent.. 
Both... 
Direct. . 
Both... 
Agent-. 
Direct. 
Agents. 
Agent. - 
Agent.. 



Both... 
Agent.. 
Direct. . 
Agents. 
Direct. 
Agent.. 
Agent.. 
Agents. 
Both... 



Both... 
Agent.. 
Agent-. 
Agents- 
Agent.. 
Agents- 
Agents. 
Agent.. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Direct.. 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents. 



Agents. 
Both... 



Agent's Name 



Miles P. Hoffman, Phila.. 
Lowell Yarn Co., Phila. . 



Mauney-Steele Co 

G. W. Chadwick - 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Leslie, Evans & Co., N. Y. 



Leslie, Evans & Co., N. Y. 



Turner-Halsey Co., N. Y. 



Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Ostrunder-Erskine Corp., N. Y. .. 
Frederick Victor & Achelis, N. Y., 



J. P. Stevens & Co., N. Y., 



Lowell Yarn Co., Phila., Pa. 



Turner-Halsey Co., N. Y 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y. 



Frederick Vietor & Achehs, N. Y.. 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Wilson & Bradbury 

Turner-Halsey Co., N. Y 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 



William Whitman & Co., Boston. 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Jas. L. Wilson & Co., Phila 

Various 



Various 

F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y.. 
Wm. Iselin & Co., N. Y.... 



Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y. 
Various 



No. 



242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 

259 
260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 



R. L. Harris. 
R. Williams.. 



J. N. Cox, Treas., 



1899 
1913 
1916 
1914 



263,300 

125,000 

12,801 

99,310 



Agents. 
Direct.. 
Agents. 
Both... 



Various- 
Various. 



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T.\iii-E No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Post office 


Mill 


President 


?P1 


Randolph 

-.-do- 

-..do 

....do 

-.-do 

—do 

Richmond 

....do 

...-do- 

....do 

do 


Coleridge 

Franklinville 

— .do 

Ramseur.-- 

Randleman 

Worthville .. . - . 


Enterprise Mfg. Co 

Franklinville Mfg. Co 

Randolph Mfg. Co. 


J. M. Caviness-. 


292 


W. S. Russell 

W. S. Russell 


294 
295 


Columbia Mfg. Co 

Deep River Mills, Inc 

Riverside Mills, Inc 

Steele Mills - -. . 


W. H. Watkinsf 

J. C. Watkins 

J. S. Lewis— 


997 




W. B. Cole- 


'>98 


Roberdel 

Rockingham 

— .do 

....do 


Roberdel Mfg. Co. 


T. C. Leak 


?99 


Entwistle Mfg. Co. 


Wm. Entwistle 


300 
301 


Great Falls Mfg. Co..__ _.. 

Hannah Pickett Mills 

Ledbetter Mfg. Co. 


D. L. Gore 

R. L. Steele- 


30'' 


....do 

. .-do 


....do 

....do.. 


J. S. Ledbetter 


303 


Leak, Wall & McRae 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co. 

Dresden Cotton Mills 


F. W. Leak.. . 


304 

305 


.—do 

Robeson 

-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

.—do 

Rockingham 

. do 


.-.-do-. 

Lumberton 

....do 

....do 

-...do..- ...__ 

Red Springs 

St. Pauls 

--..do 

—.do 

Draper 

„ do 


Geo. P. Entwistle 

R. D. Caldwell 


306 

307 


Jennings Cotton Mills 

Lumberton Cotton Jlills 

National Cotton Mills . 


H. B. Jenninjrs 

R. D. Cal.lwell 


30S 


H. M. McAllister 


309 
310 


Red Springs Cotton Mill Co 

Cape Fear Cotton Mill Co., Part- 


A. R. McEachern 


311 
312 
313 


Ernaldson Mfg. Co 

St. Pauls Cotton Mill Co 

Draper American Mill- _.- 


A. R. McEachern 

J. M. B,:tler 


314 


Wearwell Sheeting Mill 




SIS 


....do 

...-do 

do ... 


Mayodan 


Mavo Mills 


F. H. Fries .. - 


316 

317 


Reidsville 

Spray. 


Edna Cotton Mills 

Leaksville Cotton Mill 


W. S. Forbes- 

B. Frank Mebane 


31S 


do. . 


Lily Mill 




31Q 


do 


do . 


Morehead Cotton Mills Co 

Nantucket Mill 




3'^n 


do . _- 


...-do 




CjOl 


do . - 


do 


Rhode Island Mill 




399 


do - 


do 


Spray Cotton Mills 




393 




China Grove 

Landis 

-.-do- 

Rockwell 

Salisbury 

do 

....do _-_ 

—.do 

do 

-.do 

.-..do 

--.do 

-...do 

Caroleen _ 

Cliffside 

Forest Citv.. ... .. 


Patterson Mfg. Co 




324 
325 
3''fi 


-..do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

-...do 

—.do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 

-..do 

....do 

....do - 

Rutherford 

....do _. 

.-.-do 


Corriher Mills Co _-.. 

Linn Mills Co 

Barringer Mfg. Co _- 

Diamond Cotton MillsJ 

Ivy Damask Mill 

Kesler Mfg. Co 

Klumac Cotton Mills 

Marsh Cotton Mills _ 

Rowan Cotton Mills Co 

Salisbury Cotton Mills, -_ 

Taylor Mattress Co 

Vance Cotton Mill Co 

The Henrietta Mills 


C. J. Deal -- 

D. B. Coltrane 


327 
3?8 


D. L. Arey 


329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
33fi 


J. W. Cannon 

C. H. Kluttz 

T. B. Marsh 

A. C. Lineberger 

C. S. Morris 

M. E. Heilig 

W. F. Snider 

W. S. Forbes 


337 


Cliffside Mills 

Alexander Mfg. Co.-- 


Chas. H. Havnes- 


338 


.1. F. Alexander 



jDecpased. 



tNot running yet — December 16, 1920. 



Cotton Mills 



117 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



Capital 

Stock 



Product 

Sold 

Direct or 

Through 

Agents 



Agent's Name 



No. 



R. L. Caviness 

Hugh Parks 

Hugh Parks 

I. F. Craven 

W. M. Sherwood 

M. L. Ward. Sec.-Tr.. 

J. N. Porter 

H. LeG. Everett, Sec. 
G. P. Entwistle, Sec. . 

Claude Gore 

J. N, Porter, Sec 

H. D. Ledbetter 

H. LeG. Everett, Sec. 

E. G. Payne 

H. B. Jennings 

F. P. Gray 

H. B. Jennings 

A. P. McAllister 

J. M. Butler 



1904 
1876 
1863 
1850 
1911 
1913 
1906 
1882 
1909 
1878 
1906 
1888 
1587 
1876 
1906 
1909 
1900 
1906 
1917 



J. M. Butler, Mgr 1919 

W. D. Johnson 

A. R. McEachern i 1907 

E. D. Pitcher j 1906 

E. D. Pitcher _,__' 1916 

W. C. Ruffin j 18S5 

J. B. Pipkin j 1890 

W. R. Walker 1893 



E. D. Pitcher 

W. R. Walker- __ 

E. D. Pitcher ._. 

E. D. Pitcher 

Karl Bishopric 

W. J. Swink 

L. A. Corriher - 

C. J. Deal _ 

C. E. Stevenson 

L. A. Mahaley, Sec... 

G. M. Lyerly... 

C. E. Stevenson 

W. F. McConHn 



A. E. Davis 

O. D. Davis 

James Deceilig 

W. M. Crump, Mgr.. 

W. L Boyd. 

Z. O. Jenkins 

J. R. Moore, Sec 



1900 
1903 
1898 
1906 
1896 
1893 
1909 
1900 
1908 
1919 
1917 
1895 
1920 
1916 
1919 
1898 
1906 
1891 
1887 
1901 
1918 



S 25,000 
80,000 
90,000 
160,000 

1,235,658 
337,056 
872,612 

1,598,409 
944,594 
200,000 
757, ?80 
356,629 
459,337 

1,738,777 
200,000 
300,000 
175,000 
110,000 
250,000 

87,000 

14,000 

200,000 



650,000 
240,000 
30,000 



164,000 



400,000 
105,000 
200,000 
250,000 
110,000 
300,000 
34,000 
250,000 
200,000 
185,205 
300,000 
250,000 
5,900 
333,732 
675,000 
1,907,078 
625,363 



Commission 

Agent 

Agent .- 

Agents 

Agents.. - 
Agents.._ 
Agents.. - 
-Agents... 
Agents... 

Direct 

Agents.. - 

Both 

Agents.. _ 
Agents_.- 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Agents.. - 
.4.gent 



Agent. 



Direct. 
Direct. 
Direct. 



Agent.. 
Agents. 

Direct. , 



Direct 

Direct 

Direct 

Both 

Agent 

Com. House 
Com. House 

Agents 

Agents 



Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, N. Y 

Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, N. Y 

Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y ._ 

Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 

Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 

Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 

Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 



Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y. 



Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 

Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 



Cape Fear Yarn Co., Phila., 



The Parish Co., N. Y.. 



Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, N. Y 

F. Vietor & Achelis, T. Holt Haywood Dept. 
N. Y 



Various 

Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Schell-Longstreth Co., PhOa., Pa _. 

J.S.Turner&Co.,N.Y.,L.P.Muller&Co.,Phila.. 
Cannon Mills, N. Y 



Agents D. D. Campbell, N. Y. 

Agents. 
Agent.. 
Direct-. 



Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Tatum, Pinkham & Grey, N. Y. 



Agents. 
Direct. . 
Both... 
Agent.. 
Agents. 
Agents. 



Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y.. 



Various 

Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, N. Y 

Cone Export and Commission Co., N. Y. 
Catlin& Co., N. Y 



291 
292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 
307 
308 
309 

310 
311 
312 
313 
314 
315 
316 

317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
.338 



118 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


■Mill 


President 


339 
340 


Rutherford 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.... 

....do 

Scotland.. 

do 


Forest City 

Henrietta 


Florence Mills. _ 

Haves Millf 


Chas. E. Sampson 


341 


Rutherf ordton 

Spindale 

....do 

-...do 

Laurel Hill 

do . 


Cleghorn Mills. . 


S. B. Tanner 




342 


Parsley & Tannert 




343 


The Spencer Mills Co 

The Spindale Mill Co... 


K. S. Tanner.... 


344 


K. C. Tanner 




345 


Ida Yarn Mill 




34fi 


Richmond Cotton Mill, Inc 

Dickson Cotton Mill... 


Edwin Morgan. 

J. L. McNair 




347 


....do 


Laurinburg 

....do.... 




34S 


....do 


Prince Cotton Mill Co.* 




340 


....do. 

....do 


... do 


Scotland Cotton Mill..^ 

Waverly Cotton Mill Co 


J. L. McNair 


3nn 


....do 


J. D. McNair 


351 


Stanly 

....do 


Albemarle 

...-do... 


Efird Mfg. Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co... 

Norwood Mfg. Co 

Chatham Mfg. Co 


J. W. Cannon... 


35:^ 




353 
354 


....do 

Surry 

....do 

Transylvania — 
Union 

. . do 


Norwood 

Elkin 

Mount Airy 

Brevard 

Monroe 

do-... 


D. B. Coltrane 




355 
35fi 


Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills 

Brevard Cotton Mills.. 


R. A. Love 

W.C.Cleveland 

M. K. Lee 

Robt. Chapman 

Robt. Chapman. 

H. B. Heath 

Mrs. J. L. Rodman 




357 


Bearskin Cotton Mill 




358 


Everett Cotton Mills 




35q 


..do 


• do 


Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co 




3fin 


....do 


....do 




361 


....do 

Vance 


Waxhaw 

Henderson 

- .-do 


Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills 

Harriett Cotton Mills. . . 




3fi? 


D. Y. Cooper 

D. Y. Cooper... 

Jno. W. Harden 

J. R. Chamberlain 

A. Y. Kelly, Mgr 




363 


....do 






364 


Wake ____ 


Neuse 

Raleigh 

. do 


Neuse Mfg. Co 

Caraleigh Mills Co. .. 




365 


do... 




366 


....do 


Consolidated Textile . Corpora- 
tion, Pilot Division. 

N.C. State College, Textile Dept. 
Raleigh Cotton Mills 




367 


....do 


....do. 




368 


do 


. do .... 


N. E. Edgerton 

W. C. Powell 

Jos. E. Gant 

Thos. D. Peck 

F. K. Borden. 

F. K. Borden 




3fiP 


do 


Wake Forest 

Wendell . 


Roval Cotton Mills 




370 


....do... 


Wendell Spinning Co 

Peck Manufacturing Co 

Borden Mfg. Co., No. 1 

Borden Mfg. Co., No. 2§ 

Rovall & Borden Mfg. Co. 




371 


Warren 


Warrenton 




37? 


Wayne 


Goldsboro 




373 


. - do 


do - 




374 


....do 


....do 




375 


Wilkes-... 


Ronda 

North Wilkesboro... 
Wilson 


Ronda Cotton Mills, Inc. 

Grier Cotton Mills.. . 


R. D. Grier 

J. G. Hackett 

R. G. Briggs 




376 


....do. 




377 




Wilson Cotton Mill Co. . 













fBranch of Cliffside. 
JHave not begun operation. 
*New mill. 
iBranch of No. 1. 



Cotton Mills 



119 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



W. L. Horn, Cashier. 



Capital 
Stock 



K. S. Tanner- 



1909 



793,414 
124,375 
75,000 



Product 

Sold 

Direct or 

Through 

Agents 



AgentS- 



Agents- 



Agent's Name 



Catlin&Co., N. Y 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C. 



No. 



339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 

353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 



W. L. Horn 

C. L. Miller 

J. D. Phillips, Sec. .- 
J. D. Phillips, Sec... 

D. T. Blue, Sec 



1916 
1918 
1890 
1893 
1900 



300,000 
150,000 
164,558 
340,819 
698,630 



Agent... 
Agent... 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents- 



Johnston Mills Co. 
Johnston Mills Co. 

Various 

Various 

Various 



D. T. Blue. 
D. T. Blue. 



J. A. Groves, Sec. 



1899 
1909 
1896 
1898 



J. F. Shinn, Sec. 



W. C. Cleveland 

C. C. Carpenter, Sec._ 

C. C. Stokes 

C. C. Stokes 

C. W. Walton 

Pearl Rodman, Treas 

J. D. Rose 

J. D. Rose 

Kenneth Gant 

W. D. Briggs 



1887 
1911 
1918 
1907 
1905 
1913 
1897 
1900 
1895 
1912 
1891 



490,700 

703,620 

2,925,685 

5,392,922 

858,032 

98,675 

50,000 

51,000 

378,209 

65,200 

300,000 

481,022 

173,369 

3,147,429 

675,000 

360,000 

235,000 



Agents- 
Agents. 
.Agents. 
Agents- 

Both... 



.Agents.. 
.\gents- 
Direct- . 
Direct. . 
.\gents- 
Both__. 
Both... 
Both.__ 
Agents- 
.\gents. 

.\gents. 



Various 

Various 

Cannon Mills, N. Y., et al 

Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Schell, Longstreth & Co., Franklin D'Olier & Co 
Phila 



Erwin Yarn Agency, Phila 

Johnston Mfg.' Co., Charlotte, N. C. 



Parish Co., N. Y.. 
Various 



Converse & Co., N. Y. 
Converse & Co., N. Y. 



Converse & Co., N. Y. 
J. E. Mitchell, Phila... 



338 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
377 



R. E. Royal 

John Q. Gant, Jr. 

R. T. Watson 

P. L. Borden 

P. L. Borden 



1890 
1901 
1918 
1909 
1900 
1900 



235,500 
222,000 
75,000 
614,721 
150,000 



Both. 



Both... 
Agents. 
Agent.. 



Cannon Mills, Philadelphia, Pa. 
R. W. Stokes 



A. V. Foote 

R. D. Grier 

A. B. Deans, asst. sec. 



1919 
1918 
1902 



200,000 
175,000 
280,496 



Direct. 
Agent.. 
Both... 



Cannon Mills, Phila. . 



120 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — Mills, Articles 



um 



PostofEce 



Aurora Cotton Mills Burlington. 

Consolidated Textile Corp., 

Hopedale Division do_ 

Consolidated Textile Corp 

Ossipee Division. do. 

Elmira Cotton Jlills Co do. 

Glencoe Mills do. 

E. M. Holt Plaid Mills. Inc do. 

Keystone Finishing Mills do. 

King Cotton Mills Corp do. 

Lakeside Jlills do 

Stevens Mfg. Co... do 

Holt, Cant & Holt Mfg. Co._ Elon College 

Glen Raven Cotton Mills Glen Raven 

Alamance Cotton Mills Graham 

Bellemont Cotton ]\Iills do 

Caiolina Cotton Mills do 

Oneida Mills do 

Saxapahaw Cotton Mills do 

Sidney Cotton Mills do 

Travora Mfg. Co do 

Haw JIfg. Co Haw River 

Holt Granite Mills Co., do 

Virginia Cotton Mills Swepsonville 

Rocky Face Spinning Co Stony Point 

Stony Point Mfg. Co do 

Liledoun Mfg. Co Taylorsville 

Miller Mfg. Co do 

North State Cotton Mills Co.t do 

Taylorsville Cotton Mill Co do 

VVadesboro Cotton Mills Co.. Wadesboro 

Wadesboro Mfg. Co.* do 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Inc. Bladenboro 

Asheville Cotton Mills.. Asheville 

French Broad Mfg. Co do 

Blue Ridge Cotton Mills Connelly Springs. 

Henry River Mfg. Co Henry River 

Alpine Cotton Mills Morganton 

E. A. Smith Mfg. Co Rhodhiss 

Valdese Mfg. Co Valdese 

Brancord Mfg. Co Concord 

Brown Mfg. Co do 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills do 

Cannon Mfg. Co I do 

Franklin Cotton Mills do.. 

Gibson Mfg. Co do 

Hartsell Mills Co do 

Kerr Bleaching and Finishing 
Works do 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Both- 



Spinning 



Both 

Both 

Both 

Weaving. 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Fancy ginghams. 



Hosiery yarns. 



Both 

Weaving. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning-. 



Spinning-. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.- 
Spinning.- 
Spinning- - 



Spinning-. 
Spinning-, 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning-. 

Both 

Both 



Locke Cotton Mills Co do- 



Bleaching 

and 
Finishing 
Both 



Domets and flannettes 

Fancy ginghams 

Flannel outings 

Ginghams, plaid, dress goods. 

Hosiery dyed and finished 

Yarns 

Indigo shirtings 

Dress gingham 

Denim 

Awning stripes 

Plaids, checks, and stripes 

Checks and stripes 

Plaids, checks, yarns 

Colored cotton cloth . 

Ginghams 

Plaids, checks, stripes, yarns. . 

Flannels 

Warps- -. 

Cotton cloth 

Cotton dress goods and waste. 

Yarns, single and plaid 

Cotton goods --- 

Yarns 

Cotton yarn 



Cotton yarn 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Cotton yarns 

Colored cotton chambrays 

Bedspreads, yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton yarn... 

Coarse yarns 

Cloth 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarns 

Outings, ginghams, chambrays, yarns. 

Sheeting and yarns 

Sheetings, towels, crashes, yarns 

Yarns 

Gingham, shirting and yarns 

Cotton goods 



Bleaching nap and finishing cotton.. 
Ginghams and shirting 



tBuilding 1920. *Same as last report. 



Cotton Mills 



121 



Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 



19,104 

17,096 

5,000 
6,976 
5,000 



Number 
Looms 



9,180 
3,472 



6,496 
4,104 
2,208 
6,512 
8,528 
10,784 
7,864 
3,584 
3,268 
7,604 
20,928 
13,792 
6,048 
6,048 
5,760 
2,000 



819 



354 
443 
200 
426 



738 
136 
287 
112 
100 
187 
110 
576 
200 
156 
264 



Number 
Cards 



500 



Power 



steam and electric. 
steam and electric- 



steam 

electric- 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

water and steam 

steam 

water and steam 

water and steam --- 

water and steam 

electric 

water 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam, water, and elec.-- 
steam, water, and elec- 

steam 

steam 

water and electric 

water and electric 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



1,000 



Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used. 
Pounds 



Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 



1,310,315 



400 



220 
60 



150 
60 
110 
250 



662,996 



425,000 

60,000 

1,2C0,000 

600,000 



§2,235,512 



Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 



1,037,485 



1,500,000 
200,000 



350 
130 
300 
250 
1,350 
2,587 
275 
390 



610 



900,000 



2,000,000 



2,030,682 
1,460,634 



885,931 
627,500 
125,860 



700,000 

265,750 

1,250,000 



1,469,280 

1,007,061 

200,000 

515,413 

300,000 

92,193 



307 



312 



307 
303 



No. 



310 
120 
308 
303 



350 
286 
272 
300 
253 
283 



307 
310 



10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 



7,200 
17,984 
10,000 
25,000 
11,640 

8,232 



12,160 
10,440 



13,000 
7,128 
15,916 
28,000 
30,000 
30,000 
27,900 
16,540 



450 
132 



386 

542 

1,000 



636 
200 



35,912 



steam 

steam and electric. 

electric 

steam 

hydro-electric 



365 
1,050 



steam and electric. 
steam and water.. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric. 

electric 

electric 

electric and steam, 
steam and electric. 



electric. 
74 I electric- 



1,250 
600 



734,511 

164,322 
3,928,968 
1,600,000 



150 
575 
600 
750 



1,900 
1,250 



200 
1,700 



439,280 
2,750,000 



1,500,000 



1,970,743 
1,806,471 



500,000 
3,500,000 



410,615 

476,940 

1,000,000 

1,885,104 

1,000,000 



30,976 

312,804 

1,000,000 

1,385,771 

500,000 



1,545,170 
1,130,371 



273 
295 
300 
275 
300 



112 



300 
302 



2,000,000 I 



310 

297 



313 

256 



122 



JSToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



Mill 



Norcott Mills Co 

Roberta Mfg. Co 

White Parks Mills Co 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills.. 

Kindley Cotton Mill 

Tuscarora Cotton Mills 

DudleyShoalsCottonMill Co. 

Falls Mfg. Co 

Granite Falls Mfg. Co 

Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Cotton Mill 

Moore Cotton Mill Co 

Steele Cotton Mill Co 

Whitnel Cotton Mill Co 

Watts Cotton Mill Co __. 

Rhodhiss Mills Co 

Brookford Mills Co 

Granite Falls Mfg. Co.* 

Hickory Spinning Co 

Ivey MillCo. 

A. A. Shuford Mill Co 

Long Island Cotton Mills 

Blue Ridge Cotton Mills 

Carolina Cotton Mills. ._ 

Liberty Cotton Mill 

Maiden Cotton Mills 

Union Cotton Mills 

Catawba Cotton Mills 

Clyde Cotton Mills 

Newton Mills Co 

Yount Cotton Mills 

J. M. OdellMfg. Co.. 

Hadley-Peoples Mfg. Co 

Edenton Cotton Mills 

Minnett Mills 

Bonnie Cotton Mill 

Cora Cotton Mills 

Dilling Cotton Mills 

Kings Mountain Mfg. Co 

Margrace Mills 

Mason Cotton Mills Co 

Park Yarn Mills Co 

Pauline Mills.. 

Phcenix Mills Co 

Sadie Cotton Mills Co., Inc.. 
Cleveland Mill and Power Co. 

Belmont Cotton Mil] Co 

Buffalo Mfg. Co.t 

Catherine Mill Co 

Consolidated Textile Corp., 

Ella Division 

Double Shoals Mfg. Co 



Postoffice 



Concord 

....do.... 

..._do 

Kannapolis 

Mount Pleasant. . 

...do 

Granite Falls 

....do. 

Hickory 

Lenoir 

...-do 

...do 

...do 

.._.do 

Patterson... 

Rhodhiss 

Brookford 

Hickory 

..-.do _. 

...do...- --. 

...do 

Long Island 

Maiden 

...-do 

.--.do 

...do 

.-.-do 

Newton 

...do 

..-.do 

...do 

Bynum 

SilerCity 

Edenton 

Grover 

Kings Mountain. - 

—do 

.--do 

— .do 

...do - 

...do 

...do . 

...do.- 

...do 

...do 

Lawndale 

Shelby 

...do 

...do 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



.do. 
.do- 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning., 
Spinning., 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning-. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Weaving-. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 



Weaving. . 



Spinning. 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Hosiery yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Towels, crashes and sheetings 

Cotton yarn 

Hosiery yarns. 

Yarns.. 

Yarn 

Coarse yarns and twines... 

Yarns 

Yarn _ 

Yarn 

Yarn, single and ply 

Yarns 

Hosiery 

Sheetings and drills 

Cotton goods 

Coarse yarns... 

Hosiery yarns 

Sateens. 

Carpet yarn and wrapping twine. 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Cotton yarns carded 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns .-_ 

Cotton yarns- 

Yarn 

Knitting yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Cotton yarns 

Damask 

Yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Yarns 

Bedspreads 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Table cloth and napkins 

Cotton drills 

Yarns 

Seine and cotton twines 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Cloth 



Print cloths. 
Yarns 



*Same as last report. fSucceeded by Brison Mfg. Co., Gastonia. 



Cotton Mills 



123 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


12,000 




76 
20 
14 
90 
8 

10 
10 
18 
72 


electric . _ 






$ 




48 


5,500 




electric 

electric 

electric, _ 


330 
105 


1,636,254 
616,494 


789,591 
284,875 


306 
300 


49 


2,016 




50 


125,000 


4,300 


51 


4,000 


electric 

electric 

water and electric 

electric 


150 
125 

572 


321,842 
455,000 


1,436,701 
325,000 
292,355 
450,877 


300 


52 


4,000 




53 


7 620 




300 


54 


500 






55 


9,828 




hydro-electric 


750 




300 


56 


5,376 








57 


6,720 






steam 


300 




517,471 


300 


58 

59 


5,376 






6,020 






steam 


300 


457,059 


550,000 


155 


60 


6,276 






61 


4,248 




13 
117 
43 
30 


steam and water . - 


125 
1,500 
1,300 

500 


725,500 

2,484,374 
3,000,000 




300 
302 
318 
304 


62 


30,000 


942 
606 


steam and water 


1,259,737 

1,524,390 

750,000 


63 


19,904 
4,644 


steam, water, and elec 

electric 

electric 


64 
65 
66 


12,000 




15,360 


400 


20 
36 
17 


steam and electric ., 


750 

1,025 

300 




519,706 
645,132 
331,197 


305 
307 
307 


67 
68 


4,700 






9,6'52 








69 


3,000 








70 


12,000 






electric 

electric . 


275 
100 




351,741 
117,676 


303 
208 


71 










72 


12,600 




32 
22 
14 
13 
39 


electric. . 




73 


10,280 






360 
230 
100 
600 
330 
350 
350 
1,715 
60 


900,000 
375,059 


657,900 
203,305 
307,629 
1,690,600 
383,450 
341,522 
665,575 
780,636 
500,000 


250 
300 
310 
310 
300 
285 
308 
306 


74 
75 
76 


11,500 






5,120 




electric 


12,800 


200 


2,259,217 


77 


8,160 




78 


10,000 




34 
24 
62 




651,800 
1,325,865 
1,339,517 


79 
80 
81 
82 


13,316 




steam 

steam and electric 

steam . 


33,492 






20 


8,200 


31 
28 
40 
16 
14 
18 
30 
14 
48 






280 
308 
289 
306 
300 
300 
224 
300 
300 


83 

84 


20,800 






902 
738 
150 
300 
405 
375 
300 
970 
200 


2,102,382 

1,372,471 

680,000 


1,169,789 
834,470 
300,000 


26,205 




electric 

electric 

electric . .. 


85 
86 

87 


6,200 




5,186 


96 


16,318 


electric 




348,223 
237,000 


88 


5,000 




1,250,000 

485,000 

2,519,080 


89 


4,752 


156 
400 


electric. 


90 


13,200 


steam and electric . 


1,419,961 


91 


5,040 


electric . 


92 


8,600 




43 
12 










93 
94 


7,000 




electric 


275 
325 
48 




323,072 
237,087 
302,613 


247 
300 
300 








95- 
96 

97 




52 
240 






738,120 


10,872 






3,200 


18 


water and steam 


247 


900,000 




312 


9& 



124 



ISToKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



Mill 



Lily Mill and Power Co. -. . 

Shelby Cotton Mills 

Corley Mills, Inc 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co.... 

Puritan Mills Co 

Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills.. - 

Victory Mfg. Co 

Rockfish Mills, Inc 

Dacotah Cotton Mills.- 

Erlanger Cotton Mills Co... 

Nokomis Cotton Mills 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co. 

Amazon Cotton Mills 

Jewel Cotton Mills 

Southern Finishing M'ills 



Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 

Laura Cotton Mills 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

Pearl Cotton Mills" 

Durham Cotton Mfg. Co... 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., Nos. 

1 and 4.. 



Erwin Cotton MillsBleachery* 

Fountain Cotton Mills. 

Hart Cotton Mills 

Arista Mills Co 

Chatham Mfg. Co 

Inverness Mills Co _ 

Southside Mills.. 

Sterling Cotton Mills 

Chronicle Mills 

Climax Spinning Co 

Crescent Spinning Co. t 

Imperial Yarn Mill 

Majestic Mfg. Co 

National Yarn Mill 

Perfection Spinning Co.j 

American Cotton Mills, Inc... 

.A.tlas Mfg. Co 

Gam brill & Melville Mills Co. 

Georg e Cotton Mills 

Huss Mfg. Co 

Osage Mfg. Co 

Cherryville Mfg. Co 

Gaston Mfg. Co 

Howell Mfg. Co 

Melville Mfg. Co 

Rhyne-Houser Mfg. Co 



Postoffice 



Shelby 

....do 

Cumberland- 
Fayetteville.- 

...do 

...do.- 

...do 

Hope Mills... 

Lexington 

...do 

...do 

...do ._ 

Thomasville.. 

...do 

...do 



Cooleemee. 

Bahama 

Durham 

...do 

...do 



West Durham . . 



....do 

Tarboro 

....do 

Sal#m Station.. 

Winston-Salem. 

_.._do 

....do 

Franklinton 

Belmont 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do... 

....do 

Bessemer City . 

....do 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

Cherryville 

.-.-do 

....do 

-...do 

.-..do 



146 Vivian Cotton Mills do 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning. - 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning-. 
Finishing 
and 
Dyeing. - 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 



Combed yarns 

Cotton cloth, yarns 

Hosiery yarn 

Yarns 

Cotton cloth, yarns , 

Yarns.. 

Cotton cloth 

Cotton yarn 

Colored goods ..- 

Underwear goods and yarns. 

Pajama checks 

Sheeting, ticks, chambrays... 

Yarn 

Combed yarns 



Finishing and dyeing knit goods. 

Cantons, tickings, cover cloth 

Yarns 

Sheeting 

Wide sheetings 

Dress ginghams and cheviots 



Both Denims, brown and bleached sheetings, 

sheets, pillowcases 

Bleaching.! Bleached sheeting 

Spinning.. Yarns 

Both I Yarns and bag goods 

Both Blue shirting 



Both 

Both 

Both. 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Wool and cotton blankets. 

Cotton sheeting 

Blue chambray 

Cotton yarns 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarn 



Tire fabric 

Spinning..' Yarn 

Both I Sheeting and yarn. 

Spinning..] Cotton yarns 

Both 1 Damask and duck. 

Both I Mill sheeting 

Spinning.. I Yarn 

Yarn and cloth 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Yarn 



Both- 



Spinning. 
Both 

Spinning. 



*Same as last report. fNot yet operating 



tPlant not running. 



Cotton Mills 



125 



Continued. 



Number Number 
Spindles Looms 



5,820 
23,832 
10,000 
14,984 
10,192 
15,048 
17,936 
25,488 
17,472 
46,000 
15,296 
12,736 
12,528 
12,480 



47,360 
3,200 
26,496 
10,784 
23,984 



74,528 



6,524 

16,126 

6,000 



7,680 

10,752 

28,736 

10ri76 

32,320 

13,056 

12,406 

12,768 

15,000 

10,000 

3,000 

5,000 

7,808 

4,915 

6,000 

16,272 

7,536 

15,000 

17,024 

5,000 

6,000 

5,200 



370 



434 



430 



Number 
Cards 



1,100 
372 
478 



1,296 



568 

240 
820 



1,933 



210 
200 
94 
216 
236 



164 
400 



> 



\ 



32 
31 
40 
26 
34 
37 
30 
56 
48 
105 
25 
38 



183 
15 
46 

74 
52 



Power 



electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric 

steam and electric 

water and hydro-electric. 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



350 
772 
500 
620 
320 
987 
1,480 



Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 



500,000 

1,414,371 

950,480 



588,371 



steam and electric- 
steam and electric, 
steam and electric. 

electric 

electric 



electric 

electric 

water and steam. _ 
steam and electric, 
electric 

steam and electric. 



electric, 
electric- 
steam... 



steam... 
steam... 
electric, 
steam. .- 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric. 



electric, 
steam . . 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
steam... 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric. 



854,420 
1,500,000 



Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 



S 350,000 
1,009,576 
275,000 
586,552 
479,321 
484,821 
647,039 



Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 



No 



4,346 
1,058 
1,300 

628 

570 1,087,640 



2,517 
480 

850 



1,200,000 
1,935,000 



163 
300 



500 
200 
525 
500 
1,207 
475 
890 



676 
590 
590 



300 
200 



125 
188 
450 
428 
400 
650 
200 
150 
237 



7,031,195 



900,000 
1,000,000 

714,882 

1,500,000 

60,054 

907,174 
1,398,434 



3,662,168 

609,394 

931,580 

1,311,242 

1,334,152 



17,708 



3,559,616 

400,000 

1,500,000 



668,665 

810,745 

1,260,625 



397,620 
679,394 
600,000 
1,007,920 
1,003,334 
924,331 
901,742 
683,977 



475,297 
912,156 
500,000 
700,000 
430,656 
300,000 

1,469,945 
842,235 

1,148,168 



567,983 

628,009 

1,018,837 



245,766 



Has not be 

1,129,340 



400,000 
665,600 
641,838 
547,622 
419,624 
310,001 
444,177 
gun operati 
643,024 



290 
300 
290 
302 
300 
265 
305 



227 
300 
308 
301 
300 



307 



305 

304 
297 



299 
288 
300 
300 
300 
300 



296 
308 
307 



308 
307 
308 



340 



290 
300 
308 
308 
305 
300 
300 

308 



A/ 



126 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2- 



MiU 



Dorothy Mfg. Co 

Monarch Cotton Mills Co... 

Morowebb Cotton Mills 

Arlington Cotton Mills 

Arkray IMills. Inc.f 

Armstrong Cotton Mills Co. 

Arrow Mills, Inc 

Avon Mills 

Clara Mfg. Co 

Di.xon Jlills, Inc 

Dunn Mfg. Co... 

Flint Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co. _. 

Gray Mfg. Co 

Groves Mills, Inc 

Hanover Thread Mills 

Loray Mill 

Modena Cotton Mills 

Mountain View Mills 

Mutual Cotton Mills Co 

Myers Mills, Inc 



Myrtle Mills, Inc ., 

Osceola Mills 

Ozark Mills, Inc 

Parkdale Mills, Inc 

Piedmont Spinning Mill Co 

Pinkney Mills, Inc 

Priscilla Spinning Co 

Rankin Mills 

Ranlo Mfg. Co 

Rex Spinning Co 

Ruby Cotton Mills 

Seminole Cotton Mills Co... 

A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co 

Spencer Mountain Mills 

Trenton Cotton Mills 

Victory Yarn Mills Co 

High Shoals Co.* 

Lowell Cotton Mills 

Peerless Mfg. Co 

Mays Mills, Inc 

McAden Mills 

Adrian Mfg. Co 

Albion Cotton Mills*.. 

Catawba Spinning Co 

Globe Yarn Mills. Inc 

Mount Holly Cotton >.ills Co 

NimsMfg. Co 

Tuckaseege Mfg. Co 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co 

Lola Mfg. Co 



Postoffice 



Dallas... 
...do 

....do 

Gastonia. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.... 

...do 

...do.... 
...do.... 

....do 

...do.... 

...do 

...do.... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.-..do.... 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

..--do 

..-.do 

..--do ---. 

.---do 

.---do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

.--.do 

.-..do 

High Shoals. 

Lowell 

....do. 

Mayworth . 

Meadville 

Gaston 

Mount Holly. 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

Stanley 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 



Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning-. 
Spinning.. 



Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Both 



Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Carded yarns. 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Yarn 



Yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Yarns 

Combed yarns _._ 

Yarn... 

Cotton yarns 

Curtain scrims, sheeting, etc. 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Card fabrics 

Cotton yarn _ 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Cotton yarn 



Cotton yarn 

Yarn 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Yarn 

Cotton yarns 

Mill now under construction. 

Yarn 

Auto tire fabrics 

Fine yarns 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Combe d yarns 

Cotton yarns 

C P yarns 

Yarn 

Sheeting and knitting yarns. 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Yarn 

Chain warps and skeins 

Cotton yarn _ 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarn 



fBuilding 1920. *Same as last report. 



Cotton Mills 



127 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No 


7,000 




16 
20 
12 
75 




260 


810,200 


$ 570,229 

640,648 

493,090 

1,027,679 


308 
307 
301 
275 


14 


12,400 






14 


7,168 






275 
1,596 


738,225 
1,511,368 


14 


37,700 






15 








15 


6,500 








237 
500 
790 




716,499 
953,075 
981,788 
698,513 


300 
308 
300 
307 
90 
307 
289 
250 
278 
282 
325 
251 
301 
309 
190 
Just be- 
gun 
100 
325 
300 
277 
307 
306 


15 


18,150 




40 
20 
21 
18 
27 
31 
21 
44 
38 
11 
305 
40 
18 
22 
34 

40 
26 




468,774 
833,880 


15 


10,800 






15 


15,000 






15 


6,144 




electric- - 




178,000 


15 


15,000 






600 
925 
550 
500 
834 
265 
3,000 
850 
300 
302 
625 

447 
452 
1,200 
450 
205 
167 


636,770 
1,156,327 

623,500 
1,008,933 
1,055,430 

430,000 


15 


30,240 






1,416,398 


15 


14,708 


200 




15 


26,580 




1,477,700 


16 


23,660 






16 


5,000 




electric .- --.- 


359,834 
3,224,000 
1,308,982 

325, '000 


16 


6,700 


4 




16 


17,536 




813,379 
240,000 
723,217 
350,000- 
500,000 
178,657 
1,122,580 
963,885 
757,667 
354,991 
753,192 


16 


5,000 




electric and water 


16 


9,000 




16 


11,592 






150,000 

200,982 

931,193 

417,Qi25 

1,193,214 




'15, 4^40 






16 
16 


10,000 






16 


20,000 






17 


22,500 








17 


4,000 








17 


15,000 








907,278 


17. 


25,000 








17 


6,000 
















17. 


6,048 


24 


40 
40 
30 
28 


electric 


200 
680 
150 
575 


1,200,000 

764,454 

75,000 


1,500,000 
500,000 
600,000 
777,806 


275 


17 


20,480 




17 


6,048 






128 
307 
286 
301 


17f 


18,000 






17< 


10,336 






550,000 
680,034 
952,028 


18f 


7,072 
8,448 


72 


14 
25 
40 
24 


water and electric 


1,450 
300 


426,685 
1,000,000 


18 


30,000 








^K 


18,000 


540 


water and electric . _ 


650 
560 
400 
2,500 
1,270 
272 
200 
200 


2,000,000 

1,671,857 

648,654 

3,773,389 

2,278,725 

1,356,554 

600,000 

599,728 


950,000 

1,420,625 

436,259 

3,850,000 

1,345,410 

910,602 

325,000 

296,460 


304 
308 
308 
303 
293 
295 
300 
295 


^M 


33,240 




18 


20,500 








18f 


55,250 




190 




18' 


8,000 


350 


water and electric 


ISf 


19,556 


30 
15 
34 
16 
9 

16 
20 
16 
53 


ISC 


4,160 






i9r 


15,000 






191 


5,040 




electric 


19? 


3,568 




water and electric. 

electric 

water and electric 


185 
270 
500 
455 
175 


323,160 
982,465 
707,257 
1,052,565 
987,648 


165,441 
572,063 
486.225 
646,256 
608,528 


290 
306 
298 
295 
303 


193 


8,100 




194 


5,100 




195 


10,080 




196 


21,160 




steam 


197 



oA 



128 



North Carolixa Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2- 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Worth 

Oxford 

Gibsonville. 

..--do 

Greensboro. 

....do 



Harden Mfg. Co 

Oxford Cotton Mills 

Gem Cotton Mills 

Minneola Mfg. Co 

Pomona Mills, Inc. 

Proximity Mfg. Co. (Prox- 
imity ilills) 

Proximity Mfg. Co. (White 

Oak Mills) do. 

Revolution Cotton Mills. ' do. 

Cloverdale Cotton Mills 

Highland Cotton Mfg. Co.... 

Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc 

Oakdale Cotton Mills 

Roanoke Mills Co., No. 1 

Roanoke Mills Co., No. 2 

Rosemary Mfg. Co 

Patterson Mills Co 

Shaw Cotton Mills, Inc 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co. , No. 2 

Green River Mfg. Co 

Raeford Mfg. Co 

Turner Mills Co.* 

Dixie Cotton Mill Co 

Mooresville Cotton Mills 

Bloomfield Mfg. Co 

Paola Cotton Mills, Inc 

Statesville Cotton Mills 

Laura Ellen Watts Cotton 

Mill Co 

Turnersburg Cotton Mills 

Clayton Cotton Mills 

Liberty Cotton Mill Co 

Ethel Cotton Mill Co., Inc... 

Liz7ie Cotton Mills 

Selma Cotton Mills 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co 

Sanford Cotton Mills 

Caswell Cotton Mills, Inc 

Kinston Cotton Mills 

Anderson Mills Co., Inc 

Elm Grove Cotton Mill 

Eureka Mfg. Co., Inc 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Both. 
Both. 



High Point 

....do 

..-.do 

Jamestown 

Roanoke Rapids. 

....do 

....do 

Rosemary 

Weldon 

Duke 

Tuxedo 

Raeford 

East Monbo 

Mooresville 

...do 

Statesville 

....do 

...do 



Turnersburg. 
....do 

Clayton 

....do 

Selma 

....do 

....do 

Smithfield... 

Sanford 

Kinston 

....do 

Lincolnton... 

....do 

....do 



Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning- 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Yarn 

Coarse yarns 

Single and pl.v yarn 

Cotton flannels 

Coutils, corduroy, sheeting 

Indigo denims 



Indian Creek Mfg. Co j do 

Laboratory Cotton Mills do 

Roseland Cotton Mills Co do 

John Rudisill Mfg. Co do 

Saxony Spinning Co j do 

Wampum Cotton Mills Co...! do 

Williams Cotton Mills I do 

Long Shoals Cotton Mills 1 Long Shoals. 

Lincoln Cotton Mills 1 Southside 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning.. 



Indigo denims 

Flannels (cotton) 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarns. - 

Print cloths 

Yarns and twines 

Colored nap fabrics 

Warp yarns 

Damask and napkins 

Ginghams 

Yarns 

Indigo blue denims 

Yarn 

Yarns — 

Carded yarn, skeins, etc. 

Hosiery yarns 

Domets, ginghams 

Yarns 

Hard yarns 

Yarns 



Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Yarn. 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns. 
Cotton goods.. 
Hosiery yarns. 
Hosiery yarns. 



Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarns and cloth. 
Cottons yarns 



Yarns.. 
Yar^. 
Yarfci. 
Yarn... 
Yarns.. 



'Succeeded by Superior Yarn Mills, Statesville. 



CoTToisT Mills 



129 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 



12,000 
6,120 
8,544 
4,200 

24,416 

58,000 

9,000 
71,000 

2,640 
23,680 
14,336 

6,850 
29,808 
23,183 
44,558 
28,000 
10,000 
35,040 

8,000 



10,560 
8,424 

40,000 
5,700 

10,752 

15,000 

1,568 



10,240 

5,100 

8,100 

10,480 

10,560 

22,322 

13,824 

16,000 

17,000 

5,184 

8,000 

1,360 

2,704 

8,075 

4,544 

1,664 

8,448 

15,000 

3,700 

9,360 

6,656 



Number 
Looms 



112 
800 

1,700 

3,000 
2,000 



336 



842 

658 

1,206 

742 



1,024 



1,200 



100 



Number 
Cards 



15 

70 

208 

320 

221 

5 



24 
38 
82 
72 
122 
40 



176 
20 



Power 



water and electric .. 
steam and electric . 

electric 

steam and electric- 
electric - 



electric. 

electric, 
electric - 
steam-.. 



electric 

steam and water- 



steam and electric. 

electric 

steam 



steam and electric - 
steam and electric- 

water 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric. 

electric --_- 



water... 

water ---- 

steam -- 

steam 

electric -- 

electric 

steam and electric. 

electric 

steam and electric, 
steam and electric. 
steam and electric. 

electric 

steam 

steam 

water 

water 

steam 

steam and water. . 

steam 

steam 

steam 

water 

electric 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



558 

400 

300 

1,120 

1,100 



3,000 
125 



500 
350 



30,680 
600 
200 



1,000 
1,033 
550 
430 
2,172 
250 
500 
710 

150 
160 
500 
300 
288 
311 
523 



940 

487 
687 



225 
125 
100 
250 
150 
165 
350 
450 
100 
500 
250 



Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 



817,240 
2,750,000 

746,307 
1,751,065 
3,000,000 



8,500,000 



3,085,714 
1,172,600 
1,800,000 



2,100,000 
325,000 



919,154 
1,750,334 

815,500 
1,120,000 
2,800,000 

500,000 

714,200 



822,734 

579,294 

579,680 

525,865 

1,412,994 

6,428,571 

1,721,691 

2,042,651 

1,710,628 

70,951 

649,580 

143,242 

57,400 

615,174 



172,474 
733,040 
977,308 
415,865 
864,151 
360,000 



Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 



S 464,749 
2,000,000 
290,946 
1,416,378 
1,500,000 



5,000,000 



1,650,739 
825,512 
900,000 



2,474,252 
1,800,000 



533,535 
791,124 

446,273 
350,000 
3,196,795 
450,000 
483,570 
827,528 



88,944 
533,522 
377,833 
310,339 
302,127 
650,127 

,125,000 
950,830 

,108,498 
925,398 
103,114 
370,351 
170,324 
352,126 
341,215 



118,650 
449,813 
470,376 
243,405 
481,002 



Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 



263 
300 
303 



301 



307 
300 

287 



305 
306 
312 



247 
307 
241 
286 
308 
300 
302 
287 



298 
286 
294 
303 
305 
302 
140 
300 
293 
291 
306 
300 
308 
300 
300 



308 
303 
260 
300 
283 
313 



9— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



130 



ISToETH Caeolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No. 


Mill 


PostofBce 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


247 


Alba Mfg. Co 


Stanley 


Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 


Yarn 


?AH 


Clinchfield Mfg. Co 


Marion 

....do 


Wide print cloths 


34t) 


Cross Cotton Mills Co... 


7^0 


Marion Mfg. Co 


-...do... 




Sfll 


Capitola Mfg. Co.... 


Marshall . 




252 


Barnhardt Mfg. Co. 


Charlotte. 




?.'i3 


Bolhro Mills 


....do 






254 


Cliadwick-Hoskins Co 

Charlotte Waste Co... 


....do... 


Both 


Cotton goods 

Mattresses and spinning stocks 

Yarn 


255 


....do 


256 


Elizabeth Mills Co.. 


....do . . 


Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Weaving. . 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Both 


257 


Fidelity Mfg. Co... 


....do 




258 


Highland Park Mfg. Co 

Magnolia Mills 


....do. 




25Q 


do 




260 


Mecklenburg Mfg. Co.* 

Piedmont Commission Co 

Savona Mfg. Co 


....do 


Print cloths 


261 


... do.. . 


Crash toweling 


262 


. . do.. 


263 


Johnson Mfg. Co... 


North Charlotte. . 
....do 




264 


Mecklenburg Mills Co.. 




265 
266 


Cornelius Cotton Mills 

Gem Yarn MiJJs 


Cornelius 

....do 


Cotton goods (colored) 


267 


Delburg Cotton Mill Co 

Linden Mfg. Co 


Davidson . 




2oS 


- do . 




269 


Anchor Mills ... . 


Huntersville 




276 


The Atherton Mills.. 


Yarns, 30's and 40's 


271 
272 


The Thrift Mfg. Co 

Chadwick-Hoskins Mill, 
No. 5t 


Paw Creek 

Pineville.. 


Print cloths 


273 


Aileen Mills, Inc. . 


Biscoe. 


Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning-. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning. - 
Spinning-. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Both 




274 


Francis Cotton Mills.. 


....do 




275 


Capelsie Cotton Mills 

Rhyne-Anderson Mills Co.... 
SmithermanCottonMills.Inc. 
High Falls Mfg. Co.... 


Troy 


Yarn . 


276 


do. 




277 


....do 




278 


High Falls 


Yarns 


27P 


Vass Cotton Mills Co 

Rocky Mount Mills - 




280 


Rocky Mount 

Wilmington 

. do . 




281 


Bellwill Cotton Mills.... 




282 


Delgado Mills, Inc. 




283 


Belle Vue Mfg. Co. . 


Hillsboro . 




284 


Eno Cotton Mills 


....do 




285 

286 


Elizabeth City Cotton Mills.. 

Longhurst Cotton Mills 

Ro.xboro Cotton Mill . 


Elizabeth City.... 


Yarn... 

Yarn 


287 


....do. 


Yarn 


288 
28q 


Greenville Cotton Mills, Inc.. 

Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc 

Central Falls Mills, Inc 

Enterprise Mfg. Co 


Greenville 


Cotton yarns 


2qo 


Central Falls 




291 


Coleridge 


Spinning.. 


Yarns. .. . ... 


2q2 


Franklinville Mfg. Co 

Randolph Mfg. Co 




293 


do . 






294 
295 
296 
297 


Columbia Mfg. Co 

Deep River Mills, Inc 

Riverside Mills, Inc 

Steele Mills 


Ramseur 

Randleman 

Worthville. 

Cordova... _. 


Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 


Four-yard sheeting 

Colored cotton goods 

Cotton goods 

Cotton sheeting and cloth 



*Same as last report. 



fSee Charlotte. 



JBales. 



C( 



M 



ILLS 



131 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


4,896 




10 
114 
36 
60 
12 


steam and water 


200 
3,000 


97,362 
4,000,000 


S 49,481 

1,500,000 

682,497 

1,800,000 


90 
300 
307 
300 


947 


66,000 


1,600 


248 


7,056 




249 


35,840 


840 




1,250 


2,275,000 


050 


8,800 




'51 






electric 










252 


3,700 




12 
212 


electric 










253 


101,656 


2,314 


electric 


4,155 


5,174,919 
1,000,000 


6,000,000 


305 
360 


254 






055 


16,350 




20 
19 
90 
9 
26 








956 


8,534 


68 
1,480 




200 
2,000 
125 
530 
30 
282 
350 
560 
520 
86 
400 


600,000 
2,700,000 


300,000 
3,500,000 
142,997 
500,000 
173,609 
465,634 


300 
36 
267 
306 
251 
265 


257 


45,000 
6,144 


electric 


258 
259 


14,048 


350 
162 


steam 

electric 

electric 

electric 


800,000 


260 
261 
262 
263 


6,200 


30 
50 
32 
24 
31 
22 
27 
31 
50 
56 


771,280 


11,088 




14,048 


350 

274 


800,000 
750,000 


500,000 
750,000 
593,009 
249,559 


305 
300 


264 
''65 


9,176 




8,976 


electric 

electric 


266 


7,000 






307 


267 


7,000 






968 


10,948 


400 


steam and electric 


525 
350 
400 


962,800 


860,000 


301 


969 


11,088 


electric 

electric 

steam and electric _ 


270 


26,208 


594 
312 


1,800,000 




310 


97] 


11,336 




972 


7,680 


24 
24 
16 
20 
20 
24 
11 


electric 


300 

1,200 

629 


385,000 

1,107,980 

651,694 


600,000 
515,300 
335,018 
300,000 
617,687 
201,107 
321,000 

1,434,229 
528,964 

1,163,670 
456,409 


300 


273 
274 


7,680 




5,000 




steam, water and elec 

water 


286 


275 
976 


5,000 




7,696 


275 




620 
300 


953,942 
400,305 


300 
307 
307 
276 
301 
307 
296 
300 
287 


277 


6,756 


water 


278 
279 
280 
281 


5,760 




30,000 




steam, water, and elec 

steam and electric . 


3,206 
310 
700 


2,592,648 

624,725 

1,208,082 


7,616 


353 
583 
400 

832 


20 
30 
28 
77 
30 
125 
24 
32 
24 


15,456 


steam and electric - 


939 


10,500 




983 


20,000 


electric . . , 


900 
608 


2,500,000 
967,097 


284 


16,100 




566,412 


285 
286 
287 
288 
989 


38,000 




electric 


12,200 














5,280 






245 
500 
503 
525 
350 
275 
400 

2,056 
475 

1,500 


tl,500 

998,180 

37,654 

600,000 

876,856 

938,230 

1,080,000 

2,956,548 

811,280 

2,061,622 


350,000 
498,500 
259,591 
250,000 
23,609 

2,998,838 
367,400 

1,749,975 
436,098 

1,288,128 


344 
300 
303 
300 
306 
306 
306 
307 
300 
307 


9,000 


120 




5,216 


steam, water, and elec 


290 
291 
999 


3,000 




11 
20 
19 
30 
96 
21 
60 


9,568 


160 
200 
342 
1,000 
188 
600 


water and steam . . 


6,896 


water and steam 


993 


11,280 


steam and water 


^^94 


18,036 
5,672 


steam, water, and elec 

steam and water. . 


295 
296 
297 


35,296 


water and electric 



132 



j^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2— 


No. 


Mill 


Post office 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


298 


Roberdel Mfg. Co 


Roberdel... 


Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning..- 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning-. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Weaving- . 
Weaving. . 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning-. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Weaving. . 


Ginghams 


299 


Entwistle Mfg. Co 


Rockingham 

....do . 




3nn 


Great Falls Mfg. Co 


Sheeting, duck, drills, etc 


301 


Hannah Pickett Mills 


....do 


302 


Ledbetter Mfg. Co.. 


.—do 


Yarn . 


303 


Leak, Wall & McRae 


do 


Tickings 

Shirting 

Yarns 


304 


Pee Dee Mfg. Co.. 


do 


305 

30 fi 


Dresden Cotton Mills 

Jennings Cotton Mills 


Lumberton 

....do 


307 


Lumberton Cotton Mills 

National Cotton Mills.. . 


do 




308 


....do... . 


Single hosiery and underwear yarns 

Carded hosiery and warp yarns 

Tire duck and yarns. 

Yarn 


309 
310 


Red Springs Cotton Mill Co.. 
Cape Fear Cotton Mill Co... 

Ernaldson Mfg. Co 

St. Pauls Cotton Mill Co 

Draper American Mill , 

Wearwell Sheeting Mill 


Red Springs 

St. Pauls 


311 


....do 


31? 


....do 


Yarn 


318 


Draper 




314 


....do 


Sheeting 


315 


Mavo Mills 


Mayodan 

Reidsville 


31 fi 


Edna Cotton Mills.. 


Twills 


317 


Leaksville Cotton Mills 

Lily Mill 


Spray 




318 


do 


Ginghams. 

Yarn 


319 


Morehead Cotton Mills Co... 
Nantucket Mill. 


....do 


320 


....do. 




321 


Rhode Island Mill 


....do 




3;w 


Spray Cotton Mills 


do.. 


Warps. 


323 


Patterson Mfg. Co . . 


China Grove 

Landis 


324 


Corriher Mills Co.... 


Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Yarn 


3?5 


Linn Mills Co 


... do 


3?fi 


Barringer Mfg. Co 


Rockwell. 


327 

3''8 


Diamond Cotton Mills* 

Ivy Damask Mill 


Salisbury 

do 


Yarns 


329 


Kesler Mfg. Co 


....do 




380 


Klumac Cotton Mills 


....do ... 


Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Both 




881 


Marsh Cotton Mills 

Rowan Cotton Mills Co 

Salisbury Cotton Mills 

Taylor Mattress Co 


do 




332 


-:..do 




388 


....do 




884 


....do . . 




885 


A'ance Cotton Mil] Co 


do-. 


Spinning..! 




88 fi 


The Henrietta Mills.. 


Caroleen 


Cotton cloths and yarns 


887 


ClifTside Mills ... 


ClifTside 


1 


888 


Ale.xander Mfg. Co 


Forest City. 

.. do 


Spinning.. 

Both .' 

Both 

Spinning.. 




889 


Florence Mills 




840 


Hayes Mint 


Henrietta 




841 


Cleghorn Mills 


Rutherf ordton 

Spindale . 


Hosiery yarns 


342 


Parsley & Tannerf 


348 


The Spencer Mills Co... 


....do 


Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 




844 


The Spindale Mill Co 1 

Ida Yarn Mill. . 


-...do... 


Cotton yarns 


345 


Laurel Hill.. 

....do 


34fi 


Richmond Cotton Mill. Inc.. 

Dickson Cotton JNIill i 

Prince Cotton Mill Co.§ ' 

Scotland Cotton Mill ' 




347 
848 


Laurinbur g 

....do 


Yarn 


349 


....do 


Spinning.. 
Tin operatio 






920. tHave not beg 




•N 


ot running yet— December 16, 1 


n. JBranch of Cliffside. §New mill. 



Cotton Mills 



133 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
, Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 

Material 

Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
lion 
During 
Year 


No. 


18,000 
26,240 
10,000 
27,080 


850 
600 
258 
700 


44 
44 
36 




750 
1,000 
500 
1,100 
250 
725 
850 
425 


2,533,425 
1,666,588 
2,000,000 
1,620,940 


82,098,216 
975,352 

2,000,000 
896,754 
487,651 
666,630 

1,686,392 
627,368 

1,104,095 

1,048,268 


290 
305 
300 
307 
280 
306 
306 
293 
293 
293 


298 




299 


steam, water, and elec 

electric 


300 
301 


7,000 
10,000 
18,752 
14 500 


24 
30 
68 
38 
61 
65 
20 
24 
17 


302 


300 
850 




897,948 
2,257,731 


303 


steam, water, and elec 


304 
305 


16,900 








306 


25,244 

15,600 

6,960 

5,600 






900 
500 
630 
250 
225 




307 








308 




steam and electric 


925,000 
470,000 


500,000 
235,000 
173,990 


301 
280 
300 


309 


12 


electric 

steam and electric 


310 
311 


19,200 
31,678 
20,072 
24,696 
25,300 




43 
76 
80 
126 




312 


480 
462 






5,176,000 
4,585,000 


4,525,000 
2,255,896 


300 
300 


313 






314 






315 


540 
624 
500 




1,000 
480 


1,500,000 




300 

295 
300 
299 
300 
300 
294 
298 
270 


316 




steam, water, and elec 


943,424 
1,212,449 

654,012 
1,721,857 
1,921,896 
1,500,000 
1,500,000 

352,315 
1,540,872 


317 


13 128 


33 


800,000 


318 


13,440 
17,632 
13 040 


steam and water 


425 


319 


732 
267 


43 
60 
71 
46 


1,306,000 
2,960,000 
2,000,000 
2,195,600 
1,469,276 
2,708,384 


320 






321 


25,968 


steam and water 

electric 


1,000 
700 


322 


11,056 
9,072 

15,860 
7,860 
7,300 


170 


323 
324 










325 




15 
30 








326 




electric 

electric 


200 






327 


36 
514 

38 
100 






328 


27,456 
5,000 
5,000 
5,040 

28,092 


62 










329 




200 
200 


50,000 
253,028 




60 
307 


330 


14 
36 

68 




213,053 


331 


electric 


332 


653 




3,388 

20 

497 

3,304 
966 
332 

1,150 
500 
384 




1,673,138 
55,400 

495,449 
4,533,000 
2,178,611 

386,384 
1,234,612 

150,358 


280 
295 
299 
210 
300 
179 
307 
90 
313 


333 






334 


10,000 
75,116 
41,280 
10,000 




20 
209 
78 
42 
68 


electric 


924,588 
8,132,000 


335 


1,769 
1,500 


water, elec, and steam 

steam --- --- 

electric 


336 

337 


794,580 
1,837,734 


338 


18 960 


432 
300 


339 


10,000 
7,328 


electric 

electric 


340 


20 


900,000 


341 






342 


8,704 




16 
12 


electric 

electric. 

steam, water, and elec 


250 
' 175 
575 
416 
630 


450,000 
600,000 
353,771 
271,614 
1,118,782 


450,000 
325,000 
170,971 
178,005 
550,973 


300 
300 
300 
300 
294 


343 






344 


4,400 
5,000 
20,000 




345 




10 

42 


346 




steam.j - 


347 






348 


12.000 




28 


steam and electric 


447 


775,345 


i 365,134 


307 


349 



134 



XoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2- 



No. 



350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 
366 

367 

368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
377 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Waverly Cotton Mills Co 

EfirdMfg. Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Norwood Mfg. Co 

Chatham Mfg. Co 

Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills.... 

Brevard Cotton Mills 

Bearskin Cotton Mill 

Everett Cotton Mills 

Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co... 

Jackson Mills Co 

Rodman-Heath Cotton Mill; 

Harriett Cotton Mills 

Henderson Cotton Mills 

Neuse Mfg. Co 

Caraleigh Mills Co ... 

Consolidated Textile Corp., 

Pilot Division 

N. C. State College, Textile 

Department t 

Raleigh Cotton Mills 

Royall Cotton Mills 

Wendell Spinning Co 

Peck Mfg. Co 

Borden Mfg. Co., No. 1 

Borden Mfg. Co., No. 2% 

Royall & Borden Mfg. Co._-.L-.do 

Ronda Cotton Mills, Inc | Ronda 

Grier Cotton Mills j North Wilkesboro 

Wilson Cotton Mill Co I Wilson 



Laurinburg- 
Albemarle.. 

.-..do 

Norwood 

Elkin 

Mount Airy. 

Brevard 

Monroe 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

Waxhaw 

Henderson.. 

...do. _ 

Neuse 

Raleigh 



.do. 



...do... 

...do 

Wake Forest- 
Wendell 

Warrenton.-- 

Goldsboro 

--.do 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Spinning - 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 

Both 

Spinning- 
Spinning- 

Both 

Both 

Both 



Both- 



Both 

Spinning- 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 
Spinning- 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Yarn 

Yarns - - 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Cotton yarn _-. 

12's to 20's yarns - 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarns- 

Sheeting and cotton blankets- 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Sheetings, yarns 

Indigo chambrays 

Ginghams 



Colored chambrays- 



Yarns 

Shirting and lace curtain yarn. 

Yarn 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarn—- 

Felt mattresses and batting 

Cotton yarns— 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarn 



*Suspended 69 days. 

fEquipment used for educational purposes 

iBranch of No. 1. 



Cotton Mills 



135 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 

Material 

Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


20,000 




58 


steam and electric. . 


540 

500 

5,637 

1,211 

350 

150 

175 

15 

50 

375 

590 

185 

6,755 

1,667 

350 


1,393,965 
3,138,965 
7,566,774 
1,945,728 


? 668,822 

1,899,570 

4,839,791 

974,934 

87,610 

125,000 

35,550 

340,741 

175,000 

1,200,000 

427,547 

243,413 


294 
236 
*243 
305 
300 
300 
260 
305 
280 
255 
305 
290 


350 


57,000 






351 


111,000 




200 
56 


steam, water, and elec 

electric 


352 


25,664 




353 






steam, water, and elec 

water 


?5'l 


2,880 
4,100 




8 


250,000 

86,000 

52,497 

350,000 

3,000,000 


355 
356 


5,000 




14 

6 
60 
22 
12 




357 


2,500 






358 


10,000 






359 


10,748 


194 


electric _ , .. 


360 


9,168 


steam 

steam and electric . 


333,971 


361 
362 


57,792 




43,392 


132 
216 
436 

425 

26 




steam and electric 




3,997,646 
415,300 


261 
301 


363 


8,000 
13,632 


22 
30 

42 

3 

64 
52 


water, steam, and elec 

electric _ 


657,859 


364 
365 


10,752 


electric __ 










366 


550 


electric 

electric 


60 








367 


16,272 








368 


16,000 


186 


electric 


750 


2,254,590 




289 


369 


2,600 




370 


8,020 




18 
38 
33 




1,032 


1,138,365 


565,974 


303 


371 
372 


10,500 






8,000 














373 
374 
















7,500 






electric 










375 
376 
377 


7,000 










800,000 
680,525 


600,000 
381.374 


298 
296 


6,240 




21 




300 











136 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — Mills, Number of Hours 





Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 


Aurora Cotton Mills 


Burlington 


10 




55 


2 


Consolidated Te.xtile Corp., Hopedale Div 

Consolidated Textile Corp., Ossippee Div 

Elmira Cotton Mills Co... 


...-do 






3 


....do 








4 


do... 


9K2 




55 


a 


Glencoe Mills... 


do 






6 


E. M. Holt Plaid Mills, Inc 


do 


10 
10 




55 


7 


Keystone Finishing Mills 


..do.. 




55 


8 


King Cotton Mills Corp 


do . 






9 


Lakeside Mills ._ _ 


....do.. 


10 
10 
10 

9K 




55 


in 


Stevens Mfg. Co 


....do 




55 


11 


Holt, Cant & Holt Mfg. Co. 


Elon College... 

Glen Raven 




60 


^9, 


Glen Raven Cotton Mills 




55 


n 


Alamance Cotton Mills. 




55 


14 


Bellemont Cotton Mills. _ _. 


. ..do 




55 


15 


Carolina Cotton Mills.. . 


....do _._ 






ifi 


Oneida Mills. .. 


do ... 


9K 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
10 
10 
10 
11 




55 


17 


Saxapahaw Cotton Mills 


....do _ 




55 


18 


Sidney Cotton Mills 


do 




55 


IQ 


Travora Mfg. Co 


do 




55 


?n 


Haw Mfg. Co - 






55 


?A 


Holt-Granite Mills Co 


do. 




60 


n 


Virginia Cotton Mills 


Swepsonville 




55 


?.^ 


Rockv Face Spinning Co. 


Stony Point 




60 


?A 


Stony Point Mfg. Co.. 


do 




60 


?.n 


Liledoun Mfg. Co 

Miller Mfg. Co 


Taylorsville. 


13 


120 


?.() 


....do 


55 


V 


North State Cotton Mill Co.f 


....do 






?.R 


Taylorsville Cotton Mill Co 


do 


11 
10 
10 
10 

9K 




55 


?q 


Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co • 


Wadesboro 

. do 




60 


80 






60 


31 


Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Inc. 






60 


3? 


Ashcville Cotton Mills 






55 


33 


French Broad Mfg. Co 


do 






34 


Blue Ridge Cotton Mills 


Connelly Springs 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




55 


35 






60 


36 


Alpine Cotton Mills 






60 


37 


E. A. Smith Mfg. Co 






55 


38 


ValdeseMfg. Co 

Brancord Mfg. Co 






60 


39 








40 
41 


Brown !Mfg. Co. . 


do 








Cabarrus Cotton Mills 


....do 








42 ' Cannon Mfg. Co .,. 


..__do 








43 Franklin Cotton Mills 


do 








44 Gibson Mfg. Co 


....do 


10 
10 
10 
10 


11 


55 


45 Hartsell Mills Co 


....do 


55 


46 Kerr Bleaching and Finishing Works ...j 


..._do 




55 


47 Locke Cotton Mills Co 


....do 




55 


48 
49 
SO 

52 


Norcott Mills Co ... 


do 






Roberta Mfg. Co 


do 


9 
10 




55 


White-Parks Mills Co 


do 




55 


Cabarrus Cotton Mills [ 

K-ndley Cotton Mill.. 


Kannapolis 






Mount Pleasant 


10 




55 



fBuilding 1920. 'Same as last report. 



Cotton Mills 



137 



Worked. Wages, When Paid, Etc. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






"3 
S 


IS 
o 


o 


a 

1^ TO 

ffiPL, 


a 

O oi 


m 


1^1 
0-30 


So. 




200 . 




425 
175 - 
250 . 


{ 6.50 


$3.50 


$ 6.00 


S 3.25 




80 i 
1 


1,000 
525 
750 
750 
450 
450 
300 
300 
200 
45 
850 
300 
250 
325 
350 
750 
350 
232 
500 
500 
1,347 
777 
360 
375 
350 
126 


1 


225 




2 




















3 




40 




135 

150 ' 


6.00 


3.85 


6.00 


3.85 




90 


4 


95 




5 




35 


7 


141 

100 

100 

80 

31 

191 

100 

64 

99 

95 

271 

138 

77 

230 

230 

449 

259 

120 

125 

104 

42 


8.00 


3.00 


5.20 


2.70 




95 i 
100 1 


6 


99 


weekly 


7 


















8 




35 
7 

57 
40 
20 
28 
28 
92 
23 
35 
87 
87 
137 
62-71 
50 
55 
40 
16 


10 

25 

6 
6 
4 
6 
23 

10 
10 
25 
11 
10 
8 

4 


8.08, 
6.25 


3.48 
3.52 


4.58 
4.38 


2.10 
3.52 




95 j 
100 
85 ' 
95 
75 
85 
85 


9 


35 




10 


24 
109 




11 


7.17 
5.25 
5.50 
5.25 
5.50 
7.00 


3.26 
2.75 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.50 


7.00 
2.25 
4.00 
4.00 
4.25 
4.00 


3.30 
2.25 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
3.20 




12 


60 




13 


38 




14 


65 




15 


63 




16 


173 




95 


17 


92 
42 




18 


6.50 
6.50 


3.25 
3.25 


4.00 
4.00 


2.00 
2.00 




90 
90 


19 


133 

287 

165-174 

60 

62 


weekly 


20 
21 














22 


6.00 


3.00 


4.00 


2.25 


weekly 


85 


23 
24 


7.33 


2.40 


3.30 


1.92 




50 


25 


64 

22 




26 














27 


74 

57 

25 

207-210 


59 
36 
76 
85-90 
120 


10 
13 
31 

25 


143 
106 
124 
319 
250 
300 

41 
133 
225 
237 
117 
150 
500 
275 
700 
200 
470 
366 

88 
625 
120 
128 

74 
2,500 

43 














423 

318 

620 

957 

800 

' 900 

123 

399 

500 

711 

450 

450 

' 1,500 

825 

2,100 

600 

2,000 

1,098 

; 264 

j 1,800 

360 

j 384 

' 223 

.1 7,500 

129 


28 














29 


4.33 


1.66 


2.00 


1.66 


semimonthly . . 


.5 


30 
31 


6.35 


3.45 


5.25 


3.00 




95 


32 


130 




33 


28 
45-50 


12 
60-65 
100 
66 
39 


1 
10 

27 
16 














34 










1 




35 


7.00 


2.00 


3.50 


1.50 


weekly.. 


75 


36 


144 




37 


5.28 


2.35 


3.90 


2.15 




97 


38 






39 




















40 
















i 




41 
















' 




42 




















43 




134 
124 

27 
300 


25 

4 
125 


5.04 


2.44 


4.42 


2.14 




95 


44 


311 

242 
57 




45 


5.83 
10.54 


3.00 
2.92 


4.16 
6.66 


2.16 
2.02 


biweekly 


98 
95 


46 

47 


200 




48 


61-63 
31-33 


58 
40^1 


3 














49 














50 














51 


18-22 


16-19 


5 















1 52 



138 



North Caeolixa Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — 





Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


53 


Tuscarora Cotton Mills 




9 
11 
10 
11 


9 


! 54 


M 


Dudley Shoals Cotton Mills Co 




60 
60 


na 


Falls Mfg. Co 


....do 




56 


Granite Falls Mfg. Co 




12 


60 


.57 


Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co... _, 


Lenoir 


58 


Lenoir Cotton Mill . . 


....do 


10 




60 


59 


Moore Cotton Mill Co 


....do 






60 


Steele Cotton Mill Co 


....do 






I'O 


61 


Whitnel Cotton Mill Co 


do 








6'^ 


Watts Cotton Mill Co _ 




10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


10 


60 
55 


6.S 


Rhodhiss Mills Co 




64 


Brookford Mills Co 






60 


65 


Granite Falls Mfg. Co.*... 




11 


60 


66 


Hickory Spinning Co . 


....do .. 




67 


Ivey Mill Co 


do 




55 


68 


A. A. Shuford Mill Co 


do 




60 


69 


Long Island Cotton Mills 






55 


70 


Blue Ridge Cotton Mills 


Maiden . . 






71 


Carolina Cotton Mills 


....do 


10 




55 


72 


Liberty Cotton Mill 


....do 


10 




55 


73 


Maiden Cotton Mills . _ 


....do ._ . 






74 


Union Cotton Mills . 


do 


11 1 11 


55 


75 


Catawba Cotton Mills 


Newton 

....do 


10 




60 


76 


Clyde Cotton Mills 


10 

11 

10 




60 


77 


Newton Mills Co 


... do.. .. 




60 


78 


Yount Cotton Mills 


do .. 




55 


79 


J. M. Odell Mfg. Co 






60 


80 


Hadley-Peoples Mfg. Cn 

Edenton Cotton Mills 

Minnett Mills 


Siler City 


10 

11 

10 
10 

11 

10 
10 




60 


81 


Edenton 

Grover 

Kings Mountain 

....do 




60 


8^ 


10 


55 


83 


Bonnie Cotton Mill 

Cora Cotton Mills 


60 


84 




60 


85 


Dilling Cotton Mills 


do... .... 




60 


86 


Kings Mountain Mfg. Co. ._ _. 


do 




' 60 


87 


Margrace Mills| 


do 






88 


IVIason Cotton Mills Co 


....do 


12 

11 

10 




60 


89 


Park Yarn Mills Co . 


-..-do-. . 




55 


90 


Pauline Mills 


. do 




60 


91 


Phoenix Mills Co _ . 


do . 


10 
10 




60 


92 


Sadie Cotton Mills Co., Inc 


do 




60 


93 


Cleveland Mill and Power Co 

Belmont Cotton Mill Co 


Lawndale . 






94 


Shelby 

do 


10 
10 




55 


95 


Buffalo Mfg. Co. t. 




60 


96 


Catherine Mills Co 


do 




55 


97 


Consolidated Textile Corp., Ella Division 


. do 








98 


Double Shoals Mfg. Co _. 


do 


10 

llM 




60 


99 


Lily Mill and Power Co. 


do 


12 


120 


ino 


Shelby Cotton .Mills 


- do 


55 


101 


Corley Mills, Inc 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Puritan Mills Co 


Cumberland 

Fayetteville 

. do 


10 
10 




55 


102 




60 


103 




55 


104 


Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills 


-.-.do 


10 




110 



*Same as last report. JNew mill. fPer hour. tSucceeded by Brison Mfg. Co., Gastonia. 



Cotton Mills 



139 



Continued. 





Employees 






Wa 


?es 




When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






o 

a 


c 

IS 
o 


13 

o 




a 

o 


m d 

HI 




No. 


33 

42 


25 
18 
41 


9 
9 


58 
69 
94 


S 5.00 


S 2.75 


S 4.50 


S 2.00 


semimonthly. . 


90 


70 
207 
282 


53 
54 


44 














55 
















56 








180 
126 
175 

89 
165 

80 
222 
373 
161 














540 
378 
525 
267 
495 
150 
666 
1,119 
300 


57 


73 


42 


11 














58 
















59 


44 


45 




t.45 


.24 


.32 


.22 


weekly . _ . . 




60 








01 


30 
137 


42 

60 

141-175 

64 


8 

25 
25 

20 


8.33 


3.42 


3.83 


2.46 


weekly^ 


95 


62 
63 


220-253 














64 


97 


4.00 


2.00 


2.00 


1.25 


weekly.. 




65 








66 


119 


45 
39 
19 


10 
11 

7 


174 
171 
63 














522 
513 
189 


67 


121 














fiS 


37 














69 
















70 


51 


23 
20 


2 


74 

49 

200 

96 

68 

112 

604 

90 

54 

113 

155 

20 

70 

199 

190 

70 














222 
147 
600 
250 
204 
336 
1,812 
270 
162 
339 
465 
40 
225 
597 
570 
150 


71 


27 














79 
















73 


56 


40 

27 

52 

273-298 

31 

17-19 

51 

63-71 

10 

30 

95 

66 

25 


5 

14 
67 
10 
6 
4 
18 

20 
8 
5 


6.99 


2.68 


2.76 


2.24 


weekly 


75 


74 


36 




75 


46 














7fi 


280-296 














77 


49 












95 


7S 


26-31 












79 


58 














80 


64-75 














81 


10 


10.00 
6.00 


3.00 
3.50 


4.50 
5.00 


2.50 
3.50 


weekly 




8"^ 


40 


weekly _ 


60 


8"? 


84 




84 


116 














85 


40 


6.00 


3.00 


4.00 


3.20 


weekly 


77 


Sfi 






87 


42 


25 
31 
22 
60 
10 


2 
7 
7 
21 
4 


69 

97 

74 
209 

30 
200 
123 
104 

67 
350 

75 
134 
269 
111 
184 
207 

99 














207 
150 

125 

627 

50 


88 


59 


5.25 
6.00 


2.00 
2.75 


2.95 
5.00 


1.50 
3.00 


weekly 


100 
100 


89 


45 


weekly 


90 


128 




91 


16 


5.00 


3.00 


4.00 


3.00 


weekly 


75 


92 






93 


78 


45 

32 

2-11 


6 














369 
312 
201 
1,050 
73 
300 
807 
333 
552 
321 
297 


94 


66 














95 


33-68 














96 
















97 


38 


37 
54 
98 
49 
54 
58-83 
39 


34 
12 

5 

7 
8 


6.00 
5.00 


3.00 
3.00 


5.00 
4.17 


2.00 
3.00 


weekly. _ 


100 


9S 


46 


weekly ..... 


9Q 


159 






100 


62 


5.83 


3.16 


4.66 


2.00 






101 


125 






102 


114-145 














103 


52 














104 



140 



]^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



Mill 



Victory Mfg. Co 

Rockfish Mills, Inc. .- 

Dacotah Cotton Mills 

Erlanger Cotton Mills Co 

Nokomis Cotton Mills 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co 

Amazon Cotton Mills..- 

Jewel Cotton Mills 

Southern Finishing Mills 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 3 

Laura Cotton Mills 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

Pearl Cotton Mills 

Durham Cotton Mfg. Co 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., Nos. 1 and 4. 

Erwin Cotton Mills Bleachery' 

Fountain Cotton Mills.. 

Hart Cotton Mills 

Arista Mills Co 

Chatham Mfg. Co 

Inverness Mills Co 

Southside Mills 

Sterling Cotton Mills 

Chronicle Mills 

Climax Spinning Co 

Crescent Spinning Co.f 

Imperial Yarn Mills 

Majestic l\Ifg. Co 

National Yarn Mill 

Perfection Spinning Co.}: 

American Cotton Mills, Inc.§ 

Atlas Mfg. Co... 

Gambrill & Melville Mills Co.... 

George Cotton Mills 

Huss Mfg. Co 

Osage Mfg. Co 

Cherryville Mfg. Co 

Gaston Mfg. Co 

Howell Mfg. Co 

Melville Mfg. Co 

Rhyne-Houser Mfg. Co.§ 

Vivian Cotton Mills 

Dorothy Mfg. Co 

Monarch Cotton Mills Co.. 

Morowebb Cotton Mills. 

Arlington Cotton Mills 

Arkray Mills. Inc.** 

Armstrong Cotton Mills Co.. 

Arrow Mills, Inc 

Avon Mills 

Clara Mfg. Co 

Dixon Mills, Inc 



PostoiBce 



Fayetteville 

Hope Mills 

Lexington 

..-.do 

.--do 

..-.do 

Thomasville 

.--do 

.--do - 

Cooleemee 

Bahama- _ 

Durham 

.--.do- -- 

.--do 

West Durham.. 

.--.do 

Tarboro 

.--do 

Salem Station.. 
Winston-Salem. 

.-_-do 

.--do 

Franklinton 

Belmont 

.-_-do 

.-.-do 

....do 

....do... 

...do.... 

...do. 

Bessemer City.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Cherryville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Dallas 

.-.do 

..-.do 

Gastonia 

..-do 

.—do 

..-do 

.--do -. 

...do 

..-do --. 



Number Houra Worked 



Day 



10 
9 
9j 



10 

11 

10 



Night 



H 



Week 



*Same as last report. fNot yet operating. ^Plant not running. §New mill. •'Building 1920. 



Cotton Mills 



141 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons '. 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






a 


a 
£ 

O 


"3 
o 


CI 

Is 

Sf2 


s 

O cS 




+^ a 

O c8 ° 


vfo 


90-107 
125 


43-49 
75 


15 

25 


153 
225 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 






459 
675 


105 




i 


1 


loe 














10- 


357 
64 
145 
103 
110 
20 


299 
64 

120 
65 
80 
21 


43 
7 
14 

12 


699 
135 
289 












] 


2,097 
405 
867 


lOS 












1 


lOE 














IK 


168 
202 

41 
900 

35 
465 
162 
385 
1,250 
126 

71 
206 
116 
115 
103 
151 
249 
166 
260 










! 




504 
375 
123 

2,700 
105 

1,395 
375 

1,200 

3,750 
225 
213 
624 
200 
200 
309 
450 
747 
498 
780 


11 


8.25 


4.25 


6.00 


3.00 


weekly... 


85 


11! 

ii: 














11' 


20 


15 
180 

80 
105 


8 

7 

30 










biweekly 


1 


11 


277 

75 

240 










11 


5.88 
6.80 


3.82 
6.00 


5.50 
3.27 


3.40 
3.08 


weekly 

weekly... 


90 
95 

1 


11 
11 
11 


55 

39 

76 

80 

70-80 

64-83 

99 

132-177 

80 

151 


64 

26 

124 

36 

40-50 

24-30 

43 

78-91 

71 

89 


7 
6 
6 

4 
9 
21 
15 
20 


3.00 


1.80 


2.50 


1.60 


weekly 


94 


12 
12 














12 


9.16 
4.33 


3.00 
2.50 


6.00 
4.33 


3.00 
2.50 


weekly 

weekly 


80 
90 


12 
12 
12 


4.60 


1.72 


4.10 


2.17 


weekly..- 


90 


12 
12 














12 














12 














13 


90 
108 
98 


56 

57 
61 


9 
13 

7 


155 
178 
166 














465 
534 

498 


13 














13 














13 














13 




















1 


13 


57-62 

73 
60 
84 


50-59 
36 
40 
44 
63 
72 
40 
60 
37 


10 

7 
10 
9 
5 
2 


1^2 










_ 




366 
327 
300 
374 
642 
414 
336 
444 
279 


13 


109 
110 
128 
214 
138 
112 
148 
93 


5.50 
5.82 


1.00 
3.33 


4.00 
4.66 


1.00 
3.33 






13 


j weekly 


! 95 


13 


1 


12 


154 










1 




14 


56 










1... 




14 


63 










. 


\ 


U 


83 










1 




1 


54 


1 








_ 




1^ 




1 








1 




1^ 


136 


67 
37 
45 
29 
61 


12 
8 
6 

10 

22 


215 
79 
134 
114 
197 















1 645 
237 
402 
342 
591 


1' 


34 














1' 


83 


1 












1 


75 


1 








1 




1 


114 










! 




1 




i 












1 


56 


29 
120 
80 
57 
50 


8 

30 
8 


93 
210 
175 
164 
110 


1 












279 
575 
525 
492 
300 


1 


90 
65 


1 4.66 


2.50 


4.00 


1.66 


weekly... 


96 


1 
1 


99 














1 


60 


, 6.00 


3.70 


4.20 


1 3.30 


weekly 


85 


1 



142 



N"oRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 











Table 


No. 3— 




Mm 


PostofEce 


Number Hours Worked 


N 0. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


157 


Dunn Mfg. Co... 

Flint Mfg. Co 


Gastonia 








158 


... do 


11 
11 
11 
11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
10 
10 




55 


159 


Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co 


....do 




57 '4 


IfiO 


Gray Mfg. Co 


....do 




55 


161 


Groves Mills, Inc 


....do.. 




57 


162 


Hanover Thread Mills 


-...do.. 


12 
11 


60 


163 


Loray Mill 


-...do . 


55 


164 


Modena Cotton Mills 


..do - 


55 


lfi5 


Mountain View Mills 


do 


12 


60 


166 


Mutual Cotton Mills Co . 


....do 


55 


167 


Myers Mills, Inc 


do 


11 


55 
55 


168 


MjTtle Mills, Inc . 


....do 


169 


Osceola Mills 


....do... 


12 


60 


170 


Ozark Jlills, Inc 


....do 


55 


171 


Parkdale Mill. Inc 


....do 




55 


172 


Piedmont Spinning Mill Co 


....do . 




55 


173 


Pink ney Mills, Inc - 


....do 




55 


174 


Priscilla Spinning Co. 5 


....do.. 






175 


Rankin Mills 


.. do . 








176 


Ranlo Mfg. Co 


- do . 


11 

10 

11 

10 
10 

11 

10 


12 


60 


177 


Rex Spinning Co . . 


-...do 


55 


178 


Ruby Cotton Mills 


do 


12 


60 


179 


Seminole Cotton Mill Co..._ 


-...do 


55 


180 


A. M. SmyreJtfg. Co 


do.. 


12 


55 


181 


Spencer Mountain Mills __ 


- do.. 


55 


182 


Trenton Cotton Mills 


do . . 


10 


60 


183 


Victory Yarn Mills Co 


do 




184 


High Shoals Co.* 


High Shoals 


10 

11 

11 

10 
10 

11 


10 


60 


185 


Lowell Cotton Mills 


LoweU 

....do 


60 


186 


Peerless Mfg. Co 




60 


187 


Mays Mills. Inc. 


Mayworth _. 

Meadville 

Gaston 


10 


55 


188 


McAden Mills 


55 


189 


Adrian Mfg. Co 




55 


190 


Albion Cotton Mills* 






60 


191 


Catawba Spinning Co ... . 


..do 


10 




55 


192 


Globe Yarn Mills § 


..do . . 






193 


Mount Holly Cotton Mills Co 


- do... 


11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

10 

lOh 

10 

10 

10 




55 


194 


Nims Mfg. Co 


do.. 




60 


195 


Tuekaseege Mfg. Co 


-do... 




55 


196 


Woodlawn Mfg. Co :. 


do .. 




55 


197 


Lola Mfg. Co 


Stanley. 




55 


198 


Harden Mfg. Co _ 


Worth 




55 


199 


Oxford Cotton ATilla 


Oxford 


11.2 


56 


200 


Gem Cotton Mills 




55 


201 


Minneola Mfg. Co .. _ 


do 




55 


20? 


Pomona Mills, Inc... .__ 




11 


110 


203 


Proximity Mfg. Co. (Proximity Mills) 

Proximity Mfg. Co. (White Oak Mills) .. 


....do 




204 


.do ... 








205 


Revolution Cotton Mills . 


do 


10 




55 


206 


Cloverdale Cotton Mill§ 


High Point 






207 


Highland Cotton Mfg. Co 


.- do . . 


10 
10 




60 


208 


Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc 


....do 




55 



fPer hour. §Newmill. *Same as last report. INormall.v. 



Cotton Mills 



143 



Continued. 



Employees 




Wa 


ges 




When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






g 

S 


a 

o 

o 


"3 
o 
H 


Is 


1:2 

O 03 
1-1 P^ 


CQ 


1-2 i 


No. 


89 


46 

78 

137 

101 

74 

24 

205 

72 

20 

6 

50 

47 

34 

5 

56 

30 

58 


16 
20 
16 

8 
13 

5 
24 
18 

4 

104 

10 

11 

6 
22 
10 

13 


151 
229 
304 
244 
108 
81 
442 
190 
ti25 
123 
135 
143 
118 
143 
161 
74 
1C5 


s 


s 


$ 


s 






453 
677 
912 
732 
594 
75 
2,600 
570 
175 
369 
350 
429 
110 
429 
483 
222 
495 


157 


131 








1,58 


151 














1.59 


135 














160 


111 














161 


52 
237 
100 


8.00 
t.60 


3.00 
.20 


O.50 
.40 


3.60 
.18 


weekly 

weekly 


98 
90 


162 
163 
164 


25 
13 


7.33 


3.66 


5.83 


3.16 


weekly 


95 


165 
IfiR 


75 


6.66 


3.20 


4.17 


3.20 


weekly ... 


90 


167 


85 




168 


78 


10.00 


3.66 


5.66 


3.29 




98 


169 


116 




170 


95 














171 


44 














172 


94 














173 
















174 
























175 


100 

147 


65 
52 
27 
59 
30 
20 
72 


11 
2 
11 

10 

7 


165 
210 
104 
170 
110 
130 
166 


8.33 
7.50 
4.95 


3.00 
3.00 
2.75 


5.00 
4.00 
4.73 


2.50 
2.50 
2.75 


weekly 


90 
82 
95 


250 
400 
100 
510 
250 
390 
200 


176 

177 


75 




178 


110 




179 


70 


6.00 


3.50 


5.00 


3.50 


weekly 


90 


ISO 


103 




181 


94 


7.50 


3.00 


4.20 


1.50 


weekly 


75 


182 






183 


145 

90 


82 
91 
33 
193 
138 
68 
18 
25 


25 
15 

7 

37 

42 

10 

7 

7 


227 

196 

65 

693 

425 

187 

46 

73 


5.00 


1.60 


2.70 


1.50 


semimonthly . . 


97 


800 
588 
195 
2,500 
1,275 
561 
135 
219 


184 
185 


25 














186 


463 


5.50 


3.00 


5.00 


2.67 




85 


187 


245 




18S 


109 














189 


21 


3.00 


1.76 


1.87 


1.40 


weekly. 


98 


190 


41 




191 
















192 


25 


10 
37 
48 

68-78 
54 
39 
45 
30 

80-97 
152 


9 
7 
9 

14 
8 

15 

35 


35 

120 

110 

164 

119 

115 

130 

70 

324 

458 

1,200 

1,800 

900 














105 

360 

330 

492 

357 

345 

400 

175 

972 

1,500 

3,600 

4,800 

2,700 


193 


74 














194 


55 














195 


85-103 














196 


51 














197 


68 














198 


70 


8.00 
5.50 


3.75 
3.50 


6.25 
5.00 


3.60 
3.25 




97 
80 


199 


40 




200 


191-202 




201 


306 


5.83 


3.16 


4.16 


2.50 




90 


202 






:^03 




















204 


467 


312 


121 


10.00 


3.50 


6.00 


3.00 




99 


?05 






206 


113 


115 
30-58 




228 
184 














674 
552 


207 


90-119 














208 



144 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



No. 



209 
210 
211 

212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 



Mill 



Oakdale Cotton Mills 

Roanoke Mills Co., No. 1- 
Roanoke Mills Co., No. 2. 



PostofEce 



Jamestown 

Roanoke Rapids. 
....do 



Rosemary Mfg. Co i do 



Patterson Mills Co Rosemary 

Shaw Cotton Mills, Inc Weldon 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 2 Duke 

Green River Mfg. Co - ' Tuxedo 

Raeford Mfg. Co I Raeford 

Turner Mills Co.f East Monbo.. 

Dixie Cotton Mill Co.. ! Mooresville_. 

Mooresville Cotton Mills do 

Bloomfield Mfg. Co ! Statesville.. . 

Paola Cotton Mills, Inc.. - ..! do 

Statesville Cotton Mills do 

Laura Ellen Watts Cotton Mill Co Turnersburg. 

Turnersburg Cotton Mills j do... 

Clayton Cotton Mills < Clayton 

Liberty Cotton Mill Co... .do 

Ethel Cotton Mill Co., Inc Selma 

Lizzie Cotton Mills do 

Selma Cotton Mills .' do 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co I Smithfield 

Sanford Cotton Mills Sanford 

Caswell Cotton Mills, Inc \ Kinston 

Kinston Cotton Mills... ' do 

Anderson Mills Co., Inc Lincolnton... 

Elm Grove Cotton MiU > do 



Eureka Mfg. Co., Inc '-.- ...do 

Indian Creek Mfg. Co -. ..do.. 

Laboratory Cotton Mills do... 

Roseland Cotton Mills Co.§ do 

John Rudisill Mfg. Co do 

Sasony Spinning Co .do 

Wampum Cotton Mills Co do 

Williams Cotton Mill do. 

Long Shoals Cotton Mills Long Shoals- 

Lincoln Cotton Mills Southside 

Alba Mfg. Co Stanley 

Chnchfield Mfg. Co Marion 

Cross Cotton Mills Co ' do 

Marion Mfg. Co ' do.. 

Capitola Mfg. Co [ Marshall 

Earnhardt Mfg. Co j Charlotte 

Belbro Mills.. -.- - ' do _.. 

Chadwick-Hoskins Co 1 do 

Ch arlotte Waste Co 1 do 

Elizabeth Mills Co L...do 



Fidelity Mfg. Co 

Highland Park Mfg. Co. 

Magnolia Mills- 

Mecklenburg Mfg. Co.*.. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



tSueceeded by Superior Yarn Mills, Statesville. §New mill. *Same as last report. 



Cotton Mills 



145 



Continued. 



Employees 




Wa 


?es 




When Paid 


What 

Per 
Cent 
Read 

and 
Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
:\IiUs 




£ 
"S 

S 


a 


a 

IS 
o 


"3 
o 


a 
tqpH 


a 

13 

o 3 

vJPh 




tn at 


No 


90 


65 


15 


170 
550 


S 6.00 


$ 2.00 


$ 5.00 


$ 1.50 


semimonthly . . 


97 


500 
1,650 


209 

'in 




















'11 


583 


270 
100 
21 


35 
50 


888 

400 

56 

850 

231 

129 

119 

120 

804 

75 

83 

214 

22 

22 

126 

78 

72 

68 

87 

113 

202 

156 

140 

90 

74 

70 

54 

77 














2,664 

1,500 
56 

2,550 
693 
377 
347 
225 

2,412 
125 
248 
642 
45 
66 
378 
234 
216 
204 
261 
339 
606 
468 
420 
270 
222 
210 
162 
231 


919 


250 
35 


7.75 
5.00 


3.00 
2.50 


6.66 
3.50 


2.50 
2.50 


weekly 


97 
50 


213 
'14 






'Ti 


104 


127 

75 

55 

60 

222 

30 

36 

79 

12 

10 

42-46 

21-24 

24-28 

24-30 

34-40 

34 

100 

47-60 

65-71 

23 

26 

17 

16 

24 


11 

31 
5 
3 

27 
2 

13 
10 
3 

2 

11 
32 

9 
12 

7 
4 
1 

1 
4 














'16 


54 














VI 


53 














?1S 


60 
551 


6.66 


2.50 


6.00 


2.62 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly.., 


94 
95 
75 
80 


219 


40 

44 
108 


6.66 
7.00 


2.75 
2.75 


4.17 
5.00 


2.67 
2.50 


221 
222 


10 

12 


5.83 


2.50 


3.58 


2.45 


weekly 


100 


224 

99 «i 


63-68 














Vf, 


42-45 














w 


38-^ 














?2fi 


37-40 














ffic 


44-55 














'3(1 


47 


5.83 


2.75 


4.00 


2.00 




65 


'31 


102 




9'^'- 


93-111 














'31 


41-69 














'34 


60 














9-^t 


44 














?3f 


52 














?3' 


37 














?3f 


49 














■^St 
















'4f 


26 


18 
37 
49-55 
19 
60 
32 
9 

375 
54 

150 


2 
12 

6 
18 

6 

4 
325 

5 
40 


46 
117 
129 

57 
124 

93 

40 
975 
124 
350 
100 














138 
351 
387 
171 
372 
350 
120 

1,250 
372 

1,500 
300 


?4 


68 














?4' 


74-80 














?4, 


32 














24^ 


46 














?4 


55 


6.00 


3.40 


3.75 


2.75 




90 


?4 


27 




24 


275 


8.00 


2.80 


4.00 


2.10 




93 


•M 


65 




94 


200 


8.00 


3.30 


5.00 


2.10 




95 


25 






'5 




















'"> 








50 
900 

20 
115 
110 
850 

38 
105 














150 
3,000 
60 
345 
250 
2,500 
114 
250 


'5 


400 


300 
15 


200 


6.24 
3.25 


3.20 


5.20 
2.00 


2.32 
1.00 




89 


?5 


5 




?5 








'5 


50 


50 

200 

15 

29 


10 
30 

23 


7.50 
8.33 


3.50 
3.66 


5.50 
5.00 


2.50 
2.50 




85 


'5 


600 




'5 


23 






'5 


53 


1 5.70 


2.15 


3.50 


2.34 


weekly 


[ 97 


26 



10— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



146 



N^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 











Table 


No. 3— 




Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


2fil 


Piedmont Commission Co 


Charlotte 

..-.do. 


10 
10 
10 

! 10 

10 




55 
55 


262 


Savona Mfg. Co 




263 


Johnston Mfg. Co 


North Charlotte 

. do 






264 


Mecklenburg Mills Co 


11 


55 
55 


265 


Cornelius Cotton Mills 


Cornelius 

do 


266 


Gem Yarn Mills 




55 


267 


Delburg Cotton Mill Co 


Davidson 


8 




48 


268 


Linden Mfg. Co 


....do 






269 


Anchor Mills 


Huntersville 


10 
10 
10 




55 


270 


The Athertou Mills 


Lowell 






271 


The Thrift Mfg. Co 


Paw Creek 

Pineville 


10 


55 


272 


Chadwick-Hoskins Mill. No. 5*... 




273 


Aileen Mills, Inc 


Biscoe . 


10 




60 


274 


Francis Cotton Mill 


....do... 






275 


Capelsie Cotton Mills. 


Troy. 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
8 
8 
9 
10 




60 


276 


Rhyne-Anderson Mills Co 


....do 




60 


277 


Smitherman Cotton Mills, Inc 


....do 




60 


278 


High Falls Mfg. Co 


High Falls 




60 


279 


Vass Cotton Mills Co 


Vass 




60 


28n 


Rocky Mount Mills 


Rocky Mount 




55 


281 


Bell ville Cotton Mills. 


Wilmington 




55 


282 


Delgado Mills, Inc 


....do 




48 


283 


Belle Vue Mfg. Co 


Hillsboro 




55 


284 


Eno Cotton Mills 


do . 


8 


103 


285 


Elizabeth City Cotton Mill 

Longhurst Cotton Mills 


Elizabeth City 


60 


286 


Roxboro 






287 


Roxboro Cotton Mill 


do 








288 


Greenville Cotton Mills, Inc.... 


Greenville 


11 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 

10 
10 

11 

10 

11 




60 


289 


Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc 


Ashboro 




60 


290 


Central Falls Mills, Inc.... 


Central Falls. 




60 


291 


Enterprise Mfg. Co 


Coleridge 




60 


292 


Franklinville Mfg. Co 


Franklinville _ 




60 


293 


Randolph Mfg. Co 


....do 




60 


294 


Columbia Mfg. Co 






55 


295 


Deep River Mills, Inc 


Randleman 

Worthville 

Cordova.. 




55 


296 


Riverside Mills, Inc 




48 


297 


Steele Mil's 




57 


298 


Roberdel Mfg. Co 


Roberdel 




55 


299 


EntwistleMfg. Co 


Rockingham 




55 


300 


Great Falls Mfg. Co 


.. do 


10 


55 


301 


Hannah Pickett Mills 


.. do . . 


57 


302 


Ledbetter Mfg. Co 


do 




54 


303 


Leak. Wall & McRae 


....do.. .. 




55 


304 


Pee Dee Mfg. Co 


do . 




55 


305 


Dresden Cotton MiUs 


Lumberton ' 




60 


306 


Jennings Cotton Mills 


....do ' 




60 


307 


Lumberton Cotton Mills 


" 1 
do 




60 


308 


National Cotton Mills. 


....do 




60 


309 


Red Springs Cotton Mill Co 




11 

10 
10 


12 


60 


310 


Cape Fear Cotton Mill Co 


St. Pauls 

... do . ' 


60 


811 


Ernaldson Mfg. Co 




60 


312 


St. Pauls Cotton Mill Co. _ 


..-.do ' 







♦See Charlotte 



Cotton Mills 



147 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 

Per 

Cent 

Read 

and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




■5 


1 


a 

T3 

IS 




"3 


c 


c 
c oj 


m a 




No. 


27 


27 
53 


1 

4 


55 

143 

150 

250 

129 

90 

81 

80 

149 

150 

175 


s 


s 


S 


•S. 






165 
429 
450 
600 
480 
270 
243 
240 
450 
450 
300 


''61 


S6 








Ofi9 
















'63 








5.50 
8.00 


1.75 
3.10 


4.00 
6.50 


1.50 
2.60 




98 
100 


■'64 


85 
42 


43 
41 
25 


1 
7 


weekly ._ 


265 
•'fiR 


36 












•'67 














■^68 


102 


44 


3 


8.89 


3.39 


4.82 


2.75 


weekly... 


95 


269 
'70 


100 


50 


25 


10.10 


2.15 


4.50 


3.15 


weekly 


62 


271 
979 


45 
41 


45 

31 

29 

25 

52 

30 

40 

103-138 

77-104 

101 

32 

123 

49-59 


6 
10 
2 

15 

31 
10 

6 
16 
5 


96 

82 

68 

75 

123 

63 

83 

282 

213 

305 

111 

476 

123 

400 

135 

75 

123 

55 

50 

96 

96 

165 

479 

128 

258 

383 

176 

256 

209 

66 

206 

308 

190 

225 

264 

160 

90 

120 

64 

350 


6.66 


2.50 


3.20 


2.50 


weekly 


92 i 


300 
246 
204 
50 
369 
189 
249 
846 
639 
915 
333 

1,500 
369 

1,200 
405 
150 
369 
165 
200 
300 
200 
400 

1,437 
384 
774 

1,149 
528 
500 
627 
198 
618 
924 
570 
675 
792 
480 
90 
200 
192 

1,050 


273 
?74 


37 












■^75 


50 

56 


5.00 


2.50 


4.00 


2.50 


weekly 


80 


276 
■'77 


33 












-^78 


43 














97q 


192-213 














?8n 


95-119 














'81 


204 















'8? 


73 








.. 




'83 


337 
61-81 


8.00 


3.33 


6.66 


2.79 


weekly... 


78 


284 
'85 














'86 














" ! 




'87 


50 
61-92 


25 

36-51 

21-33 

25 

36 

38 

70 

142 

39-65 

56 

188 

62-72 

78 

60 

29 

91 

115 

102 

127 

170 

47 

32 

39 

17 


9 
5 
5 

12 
11 
17 
29 

45 
15 
10 

4 
36 

2 
10 
15 

5 
15 

4 
40 

8 


6.00 


2.25 


2.25 


1.00 


weekly... 


75 


288 
?8Q 


27-40 














?90 


20 
48 

47 

78 

308 


5.00 
5.77 
6.19 
5.50 


2.30 
2.41 
2.20 
2.00 


2.00 
3.41 
3.45 
4.50 


2.00 
2.25 
2.30 
1.75 


weekly... 

semimonthly., 
semimonthly . . 
biweekly 


100 
95 
95 
80 


291 
292 
293 

294 

'95 


38-58 












'96 


157 












'97 


180 












'QS 


97-112 












oqq 


174 


5.00 


3.50 


5.00 


3.50 


weekly 




300 


113 






■^01 


35 








i 




30? 


105 












303 


178 






1 




304 


83 






' 




305 


83 










306 


90 












307 


73 


6.32 
5.50 
6.00 


2.75 
2.75 
2.25 


5.00 
5.03 
4.00 


2.20 
1.67 
2.00 


weekly 




308 


50 


weekly 




309 


81 


weekly 




310 


47 






311 










1 - 




312 



148 



North Cabolina Labor Statistics 









Table 


No. 3— 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


Day 


Night 


Week 


Draper American Mill 


Draper 


10 
10 




55 


Wearwell Sheeting Mill 


. . do. 




55 


Mayo Mills 








Edna Cotton Mills_._ . 


Reidsville 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 




60 


Leaksvillo Cotton Mills 


Spray ._, 

....do 




55 


Lily Mill.. 




55 


Morehead Cotton Mills Co 


do 




55 


Nantucket Mill 


....do„ . 




55 


Rhode Island Mill 


do- 




55 


Spray Cotton Mills 


do 




55 


Patterson Mfg. Co 




11 
10 
10 


55 


Corriher Mills Co 




60 


Linn Mills Co 


do 


60 


Barringer Mfg. Co 






Diamond Cotton Miilsf 










Ivy Damask Mill .. ... 


do . 








Kesler Mfg. Co 


do 








Klumac Cotton Mills 


do 


10 
11 


10 


55 


Marsh Cotton Mills . 


do 


60 


Rowan Cotton Mills Co.§ 


—.do... 






Salisbury Cotton Mills 


-. do 


10 

10 

10-12 

10 

9 
10 
10 

9 

11 




55 


Taylor Mattress Co. 


do 




54 


Vance Cotton Mill Co 


do 




115 


The Henrietta Mills 


Caroleen _. 

Cliffside 

Forest City 




55 


Cliffside Mills. 




59 


Alexander Mfg. Co 




55 


Florence Mills 


do 




55 


Hayes MillJ. 






50 


Cleghorn Mills 




12 


60 


Parsley «Sr Tanner* 






The Spencer Mills Co 


do 


11 
11 
10 
11 
10 


12 
12 


60 


The Spindale Mill Co. 


. do 


GO 


Ida Yarn Mill 


Laurel Hill 


60 


Richmond Cotton Mill, Inc... 


. do 




60 


Dickson Cotton Mills 




60 


Prince Cotton Mill Co.§... 


do 






Scotland Cotton Mill 


do 


8 
10 




48 


Waverly Cotton Mills Co. 


do 




60 


Efird Mfg. Co.. 






55 


Wiscassett Mills Co 


do 


10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 

11 
11 

10 

8 . 




55 


Norwotd Mfg. Co 






00 


Chatham Mfg. Co.. 


Elkin 




55 


Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills 


Mount Airy 


12 


60 


Brevard Cotton Mills 


Brevard _. 

Monroe 

do 


60 


Bearskin Cotton Mill . 




60 


Everett Cotton Mills... 


12 
12 


60 


Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co. 


__.do 


60 


Jackson Mills Co. 


do 


60 


Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills 


Waxhaw 




55 


Harriett Cotton Mills.... 






Henderson Cotton Mills .. 


do 


10 . 
10 . 




55 


Neuse Mfg. Co 


Neuse 




55 



Cew mill. tNot running yet , Dec. 16, 1920. JBranch of Cliffside. *Have not yet begun operation. 



Cotton Mills 



149 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




r2 

"3 


P 
1 


c 

0) 

o 


"3 

O 


a 
IS 


CI 


OJ CD 


1 S 

O iS ° 


No 


575 
337 


236 
171 


34 
11 


845 
519 
875 


? 8.45 
7.78 


$ 3.38 
3.79 


$ 7.42 
7.63 


% 2.30 
2.53 


weeklj- 

weekly ._ 


98 
98 


1,600 

1,500 

2,625 

1,000 

912 

550 

405 

1,000 

1,100 

800 

400 

300 

450 


313 
314 

SI") 
















weekly. 




?I6 


210 


76 
57 
47 
81 
66 
80 
65 
46 
52 


18 
10 

7 
28 
28 
20 

7 
12 
28 


304 
186 
135 
306 
284 
200 
195 
116 
179 
42 














'?17 


119 
81 


8.60 


3.58 


7.30 


2.88 


weekly 


98 


318 
319 


197 
190 
100 
130 
58 
99 


7.68 
9.98 
8.65 
8.80 
7.20 
7.90 


3.79 
3.58 
3.80 
2.00 
3.00 
3.50 


7.50 
6.50 
6.00 
6.24 
7.60 
7.25 


2.88 
2.74 
3.45 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

biweekly 

biweekly 


98 
98 
82 
99 
75 
75 


320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 






















■^97 
























S'S 








300 














900 


329 




















330 


42 


10 




52 














156 


331 
















33' 


217 


128 

9 

26-45 

300 

301 

31-52 

110 

61 

77 


45 

6 

17 

25 

22 


390 

14 

134 

890 
907 
105 
347 
204 
184 














1,170 


333 


5 


3.35 


3.00 


2.50 


2.00 


weekly.. 


100 


3.34 


73-102 


402 
2,000 
2,721 

315 
1,041 

612 

800 


335 


573 
606 


9.66 


2.75 


4.16 


2.50 


weekly 


66 


336 

337 


25-50 














338 


212 














339 


143 














340 


107 


5.50 


2.40 


4.00 


2.00 


weekly ... 




341 








34' 


35 


65 

50 

14-18 

10-15 

45-56 


10 
10 

3 
13 


110 
90 
38 

45 
154 


6.30 
6.30 


2.66 
2.50 


4.17 
4.00 


2.50 
2.33 




92 
92 


175 
150 
114 
135 

462 


343 


30 




344 


20-24 




345 


18-25 














346 


69-85 














347 
















348 


41-75 


30-50 

55-66 
298-312 

2-581 

68-83 
18 
20 
14 
40 
22 
68 
57 

18-32 


11 

15 

35 

104 

5 

5 
3 

11 
9 
4 


129 
166 
657 
1,271 
206 
44 
40 
39 
85 
40 
248 
160 
71 














387 

498 

1,971 

3,813 

618 

132 

80 

125 

255 

85 

550 

480 

213 


349 


83-93 














350 


302-336 














351 


47-717 














35' 


116-141 














353 


26 














354 


15 


4.33 
3.00 


2.50 
2.00 


3.00 
2.50 


2.50 
1.50 






355 


22 
45 


weekly 


99 


356 
357 


18 
169 
94 


8.00 
8.00 


3.20 
3.20 


4.50 
4.50 


3.35 
3.35 


weekly 

weekly 


78 
75 


358 
359 
360 


•33-40 














361 
















362 


360 


251 
30 


22 
5 


633 
126 














1,899 
275 


363 


91 


8.50 


3.00 


7.00 


2.50 


weekly 


97 


364 



150 



N'oRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3- 





Mill 


PostofiBce 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


36") 












366 




do -. 








?fi7 


N C State College Textile Department* 


do 








368 


Raleigh Cotton Mills 


do 








36f) 


Royall Cotton Mills 


Wake Forest -. 


11 


12 


55 


370 




Wendell 




371 


Peck Mfg. Co 

Borden Mfg. Co., No. 1 

Borden Mfg Co., No 2t 




10 




60 


372 








37S 


do 








374 


Royall & Borden Mfg Co 


do.. -. .. 








375 


Ronda Cotton Mills, Inc.§ 

Grier Cotton Jlills 










37fi 


North Wilkesboro 


10 
11 




55 


377 


Wilson Cotton Mill Co 




60 











'Equipment used for educational purposes. 
§New mill. 
tBranch No. 1. 



Cotton Mills 



151 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


t 


What 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






— 

a 

o 


a 

CD 

2 
O 


O 
Eh 




c 

l2 

O o3 


OJ <D 


hi 

O oj o 


When Paid | gent 

and 
Write? 


No. 








250 S 


$ 


$- 


$ 




750 
750 


365 








250 






1 


366 














" 


> 


367 








150 

264 














450 
650 


368 


157 


80 


27 


Q SS 


3.21 


5.74 


3.02 


weekly 


75 


369 






370 


79-92 


25-31 


8 


118 
100 
75 














354 
300 
225 


371 
















372 




















373 




















374 






















375 


74 
21-40 


54 
25-39 


2 


128 fi nn 


2.50 


4.00 


2.00 






400 

189 


376 


63 








377 



















CORDAGE MILLS 

The two cordage mills reporting show a capital stock of $55,000. 
Estimated value of yearly output is $293,605. 

Total number of horsepower reported is 50 electric. There are 
employed 42 males. Estimated number dependent on factories for 
livelihood, 126. 

Ten hours constitute the average day's work. 

SILK MILLS 

Three silk mills report with a capital of $2,006,000. They report 
the use of 60,820 spindles, 477 looms, 772 horsepower — one mill 
using electricity; one steam and electricity. 

The approximate amount of raw material used is 253,165 pounds, 
with an estimated value of yearly output of $1,799,964, from the 
reports of two mills. 

The total number of employees is 874. Of these 315 are males, 
495 females, and 64 children. The highest average wage paid males, 
$6.14; the lowest average, $3.20; the highest average paid females 
is $3.94; the lowest average paid females, $1.77. 

Average time constituting a day's work is 10 hours and 30 minutes. 

WOOLEN MILLS 

The number of woolen mills shown is nine, with a total capital 
(reported by four), $1,680,920. These mills use 8,884 spindles, 
422 looms, 42 cards, 4 knitting machines, and employ 970 horse- 
power. The approximate amount of raw material used is 2,342,800 
pounds, the estimated value of the yearly output being $3,334,634. 

The total number of persons employed is 951, Of this number 621 
are males, 318 females, and 12 children. The highest average paid 
males is $4.97; the lowest average, $2.56; the highest average paid 
females is $4.66; the lowest average, $2.03. 

The average length of a day's work is ten hours. 

Two mills report the use of steam for power, one water, one electric, 
one water and steam, and one steam and electric. 

Estimated number dependent on mills for livelihood, 1,859. 



154 



I^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



CORDAGE 



Table No. 1 — Mills &i/ Counties, Showing Executive Officers. 



No. 



County 


Postoffice 


Caldwell 


Granite Falls 




Hickory . . 







Mill 


President 


Granite Cordage Co . 


G. H. Geitner 


Highland Cordage Co. .... 


C. H. Geitner 







Table No. 2' — List of Mills, Olass of 



No. 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


I 




Granite Falls 


Braiding.. 
Braiding.. 


Braided sash cords 


2 


Highland Cordage Co 


Clothes lines, sash cords.. 









Table No. 3 — Employees, 



No 



Mm 



Granite Cordage Co... 
Highland Cordage Co,. 



Postoffice 



Granite Falls. 
Hickory 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



Cordage Mills 



155 



MILLS 



Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



A. A. Shuford, Jr.. 
A. A. Shuford, Jr. 



1907 
1915 



Capital 
Stock 



25,000 
30,000 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 

Agents 



Agents. 



Agents. 



Agent's Name 



Schermerhorn Bros. Co., Chicago; Henry C. 

Kelly Co., N. Y 

Henry C. Kelly Co., N. Y.... 



No. 



Goods Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 












Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 








steam.. 


50 




S 293,605 


285 


1 




*120 








2 



















•Braiding machines. 



Hours, Wages^ Etc. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




.2 
1 


a 

1^ 


1 


o 


a 
^ « 

-as 


a 

h 

^(2 


1 S 


^ 


No. 


42 






42 














126 


1 




















2 



























156 



JSToRTH Carolina Labok Statistics 



SILK 



Table No. 1 — Mills by Counties, Shoxoing Exectitive Officers, 



No. 


County 


President 


Mill 


President 


1 


Anson 

Cumberland 

Guilford 


Wadesboro . 


Wadesboro Mfg. Co. 


Geo. Singleton 


2 


Favetteville 


Hawthorne Silk Co.* 


3 


High Point.. 


Stehli Silks Corporation 


Emil J. Stehli 











'Branch of Paterson, N. J. 



Table No. 2 — List of Mills, Class of 



No. 


MiU 


Postoffice 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


1 

2 


Wadesboro Mfg. Co 

Hawthorne Silk Co.* 

Stehli Silks Corporation 


Wadesboro 

Favetteville 


Spinning-. 


Tram 


.S 


High Point 


Both 









*Branch of Paterson, N. J. 









Table No. 


3 — Employees, 




Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 


Wadesboro Mfg. Co 


Wadesboro 


11 




60 


2 


Hawthorne Silk Co.* 






3 


Stehli Silks Corporation _ 


High Point 


10 


11 


55 











*Branch of Paterson, N. J. fPer week. 



Silk Mills 



157 



MILLS 



Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


-a 

-2 

w 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 


Agent's Name 


No. 




1888 


$ 6,000 


Direct 




1 








?. 


C. W. Barlow 


1914 


2,000,000 


Direct 




S 











Goods Manufactured, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


10,000 






electric 


50 


147,000 


$ 85,564 


300 


1 


15,000 


325 
152 




?. 


35,820 




steam and electric 


722 


106,165 


1,714,400 


306 


3 









Hours, Wages, Etc. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






>2 

a 




"3 
o 


Kpl, 


a 

O c3 


1 s 

M 


.« a 

o'S ° 


No. 


35 


80 


8 


123 


.? 7.50 


$ 4.00 


S 3.00 


$ 2.00 


biweekly. 


90 


300 


1 


280 


415 


56 


751 


t28.77 


14.40 


29.39 


9.54 


fortnightly 


99 


1,500 


3 



158 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



WOOLEN 







Table No. 1- 


-Mills l)y Counties, Showing Executive Officers, 


No. 


County 


Post office 


Mill 


President 


1 


Ashe 


Helton 

Patterson 


Helton Woolen Mills Co.. 




9 


Caldwell... 

Catawba 

Forsyth 

Mecklenburg 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 


Yadkin Woolen Mills 




3 


Newton Woolen Mills* 

Chatham Mfg. Co 


W. E. Bacon 


4 


Winston-Salem 

Charlotte 

Leaksville 

Spray. 


H. G. Chatham 


5 


Chamberlain Mill 


F. H. Chamberlain. Prop. 


fi 


Leaksville Woolen Mills 


J. H. Taliaferro 


7 


Spray Woolen Mill .. 




8 


Elkin 

Mount Airy 


Chatham Mfg. Co. 


H. G. Chatham 


q 




Alpine Woolen Mills. 


M. J. Hawkins, Prop. 











*Idle during 1919-1920. 



Table No. 2 — Ldst of Mills, Glass of 



No. 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


1 


Helton Woolen Mills Co 

Yadkin Woolen Mills 

Newton Woolen Mills* 

Chatham Mfg. Co. 


Helton 

Patterson 

Newton 


Spinning 
and 

knitting 
Both 




2 
3 


Blankets 

Woolen yarn 


4 


Winston-Salem 

Charlotte 


Both 


Wool mixed blankets 


5 




3 to 5 single and 2-ply woolen yarn 


fi 


Leaksville Woolen Mills 

Spray Woolen Mill... 


Leaksville 


Both 

Both 

Both 


Blankets and woolens 


7 






8 


Chatham Mfg. Co 


Elkin 


Wool blankets 


q 


Alpine Woolen Mills 













*Idle during 1919-1920. 



Woolen Mills 



159 



MILLS 



Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


.S 

3 

w 

Oi 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 

Agents 


Agent's Name 


No. 


Partnership 


1891 


s 


Direct. 




1 

2 


JohnR. Hagerman.. 


9,100 






A. B. Kuhn 






3 
4 


Thurman Chatham.. 


1878 


700,000 


Agent 


Clarence Whitman & Son, Inc., N. Y. 




L P Muller & Co Phila 




Jas. D. Taylor. 


1882 
1906 
1887 


271,820 


Agents 

Direct 


Wilson & Bradbury, Phila 


6 






7 


Thurman Chatham. . 


700,000 


Agent 


Clarence Whitman & Son, Inc., N. Y 






9 













Goods Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 



\ 

p 




MS 

•- s 

SIS 


1 
1 


Ic3 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


300 




4 






water and steam 


25 
35 


1,800 


S 4,500 
8,400 


64 
200 


1 










384 














3 




94 






8 
3 
4 
tl2 
14 
1 




200 


1,000,000 






1,280 










4 


2,000 


46 
150 

120 
12 






steam and electric 


310 




310,463 

1,511,271 

750,000 


250 
300 
300 


5 
6 

7 


4,920 






1,241,000 
100,000 








steam 


400 




























9 


tSeta. 























160 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



WOOLEN MILLS 









Table No 


3 — Employees, 




MiU 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 


Helton Woolen Mills Co. 


Helton 


10 
10 






2 




Patterson 




55 


3 




Newton .. 






4 


Chatham Mfg. Co. .. --- 


Winston-Salem 


10 




55 


5 




Charlotte 






6 




Leaksville .. 


9 
10 
10 




57 


7 




Spray 




55 


8 


Chatham Mf" Co - 


Elkin... . 




55 


g 




Mount Airy 



















*ldle during 1919-1920. 



Woolen Mills 



161 



Continued 



Hours, Wages, Etc. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






"3 
S 


IS 

o 


o 


■S:h 


c 

1:2 


1 g 

ill 


O 03 ° 


No. 


3 


3 
4 




6 
8 


S 2.00 


$ 1.50 


S 1.50 


S 1.25 




100 




1 


4 




24 


9 
















3 


75 


35 




110 

25 

95 

207 

425 


5.00 


2.50 


5.00 


2.00 


weekly... 


90 


200 


4 
5 


54 


41 
60 
75 


12 














285 
750 
600 


g 


135 
350 


8.25 
4.66 


3.79 
2.50 


7.47 
4.66 


2.88 
2.00 


weekly 

weekly 


98 
90 


7 
8 
9 

























11 — Dept. Labor. 1920 



CHAPTER VIII 
MISCELLANEOUS FACTORIES 

This chapter of the report rehites to industrial enterprises other 
than Cotton, Woolen, Cordage, Silk and Knitting Mills, and Furni- 
ture Factories covered by preceding chapters. The industries are 
listed by counties and postoffices alphabetically for the convenience 
of the public, and a classified list appears in the appendix to this 
volume. 

The collection of information relative to these factories has been 
done in collaboration with the United States Department of Com- 
merce, Bureau of the Census, to the officers of which the State is in- 
debted for numerous courtesies and much assistance. In each case 
where the Census Bureau has furnished data it has been done with the 
express consent of the party reporting, though not quite all of the 
establishments reporting to the Government gave their consent to the 
use of the information by this Department. For this reason the re- 
ports of the two departments may not present the same result, 
although the difference will be slight. Much difficulty has been 
experienced in deciphering names, and the Department does not claim 
perfection in this regard. 

The progress JSTorth Carolina is making in an industrial way is 
indeed remarkable, and while this report deals largely with 
the condition of wage-earners, the Department is endeavoring 
to convey, in addition thereto, such information as will enable 
the public to obtain a reasonably accurate conception of the number 
and class of factories now in operation within the State. The list 
presented herewith is practically correct, and the deductions worked 
out show that North Carolina has taken high rank as an industrial 
center. The number of returns used in this compilation is greatly in 
excess of that of any previous report, and indicate a greater variety 
of establishments. 

The total number of miscellaneous concerns reporting this year is 
5,582, and returns from these indicate an investment of $699,802,985. 
The estimated value of plants reported by 5,536 factories is 
$249,390,668; estimated value of yearly output, $462,247,078. 
Owners report the operation of many of the smaller plants and include 
no pay-roll in their estimates. Establishments to the number of 4,945 
report an aggregate yearly pay-roll of $71,685,972. Number horse- 
power employed by 5,177 aggregates 261,037. 

The number of persons employed in the operation of these indus- 
tries at a given time during the last biennial period was 84,086, of 



Miscellaneous Factories 163 



which 74,551 were males, 9,324 females, and 208 children. Eighty- 
five per cent of employees read and write. Highest average daily 
wage paid adult males, $4.96; lowest, $2.70. Highest average daily 
wage paid females, $3.08; lowest, $2.15. Wages are paid weekly, 
semimonthly, and monthly. Ten hours constitute a day's work- 
week, sixty hours. 

Three thousand one hundred eighty-two factories use steam for 
power; 1,023 employ electric cur^rent ; 398 internal combustion; 
101 steam and electric; 364 water; 261 steam and water; 16 steam, 
electric and water; steam and gasoline, 40; gas and electric, 31. 
A portion of these plants are of a character not requiring power 
(such as marble yards, etc.). 

In the tables following this summary will be found the detailed 
information from which these conclusions have been drawn. In the 
classified list, appearing in the Appendix, those interested will find 
references to specific articles of manufacture and a convenient direc- 
tory to the entire miscellaneous list. 



164 



[N'oRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1.- — Factories by Counties, Officer's, 



No. 



County 



Alamance. 

.-..do 

--.do 

....do. 

-...do 

....do 

...-do 

--__do 

_--.do 

._._do _ 

----do 

---do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

-.--do 

---do 

---do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

--.-do 

-...do 

-...do 

-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

.-..do 

....do 



PostofSce 



Altamahaw 

Burlington 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do .- 

...do 

...do..-. -. 

...do.. 

...do 

...do - 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

...do 

...do .--- 

...do -- 

....do. 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Burlington, R. 11 

Burlington 

Burlington, R. 2. 

Burlington 

....do. 

....do _ 

Elon College 

-...do - 

....do 

--..do 

Graham 

-...do 

_...do 

....do 

....do... 

-...do 

....do 

....do 



..-.do 

....do 

Graham, R. 1. 

Graham 

Haw River 

....do 

Mebane 

....do 

....do 



Factory 



Hub Milling Company, Inc 

Alamance Garage, Part 

Alamance Lumber Co 

Burlington Candy Kitchen, Ind 

Burlington CofBn Co 

Burlington Marble Works, Ind 

Burlington Roller Cover'g Co., Ind. 
Burlington Showcase Works, Ind. .. 

Clapp Garage Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Dixie Milling Co 

Hico Milling Co 

Jarman Lumber Co 

Keystone Paper Box Co., Ind._ 

M. B. Lindsey Lumber Co 

May Ice Cream Co., Ind 

National Dye Works 

Patterson Bros 

Pearson Remedy Co., Inc 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works, Ind 

Piedmont Power and Light Co 

Riley Huffman Motor Co 

H. M. Scott, Ind... 

Sharps & Coble 

Southern Christian Convention 

Spence & Stafford, Part 

Spoon & Stafford 

Standard Realty & Security Co. , Cor. 

Stony Creek Milling Co., Inc 

Sykes Bros. Machine Works, Ind 

A. J. Whittemore, Ind 

Winningham & Johnson, Part 

D. W. Brown, Ind 

Elon Brick Co 

Elon Roller Mills, Part.. 

J. P. Huffman, Ind 

The Alamance Gleaner 

GrahamChero-ColaBottlingCo.,Inc. 

Graham Milling Co., Cor 

W. T. Jeffy 

D. M. Johnson 

C. H. Russell, Ind 

Scott-Mebane Mfg. Co., Inc. 

D. L. Thompson 

Geo. F. Thompson, Ind 

Luther Thompson 

White- Williams Co 

"Ye Old Time Mill," Ind 

Trolinger & Montgomery 

Smith's Saw Mill, Ind 

Christopher Sawmill 

Cook Milling Co 

Correll Motor Co., Cor 



President 



J. M. Atwator. 



M. M. Rogers-. 
A. H. Jarman- 



D. E. Sellers- 



C. P. Albought. 



H. W. Scott 

D. L. Thompson- 



Miscellaneous Factories 



165 



Articles Manufactured, Invested Capital, Etc. 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



t. S - 

O c « 

tH O C 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



L. D. Rippy 

R. R. TroUinger-. 

D. W. Malone 

John G. Sacrinty- 

J. L. Scott 

Walter M. Clapp_. 

J. A. Fawls 

W. F. Shepherd... 

Geo. T. Clapp 

J. M. Coble... 

A. H. Fogleman__ 
J. G. Rogers 



M. C. Price 

M. B. Lindsey 

D. Eugene May 

W. H. May 

J. H. S. Patterson. 

C. M. Rornes 

L. M. Squire 

E. L. Henderson... 

L. W. Riley 

H. M. Scott.-.. 

L. H. Coble 



J. E. Stafford, Mgr. 
J. E. Stafford, Mgr.. 

C. C. Forville 

R. O. Wilkins 

A. L. Sykes 



M. D. Winningham. 

D. W. Brown 

E. P. Whitesell 

C. R. Love 

J. P. Huffman 

J. D. Kernodle 

A. K. Hardee 



W. T. Jeffy 

D. M. Johnson. 
C. H. Russell... 



Luther Thompson- 



John O. Corbitt. 
McBride Holt.... 



M. B. Smith 

H. C. Christopher. 



Flour, corn meal, etc 

Auto repairing 

Lumber 

Candy 

Caskets, etc 

Tombstones 

Repair cotton mill rollers 

Showcases and upholstering.. 

Auto repairs 

Coca-Cola 

Flour 

Flour, feed and meal.. -.. 

Box shocks 

Manufacturer of paper boxes- 

Planing mill 

Ice cream 

Dyeing hosiery 

Meal and flour, bran 

Medicine: 

Bottling of soft drinks 

Ice 



1916 



1904 



1918 



Auto repairs 

General machine and repair shop 

Flour and meal 

Christian Sun, The Tither 

Rough lumber and all other timber products- 
Rough and dressed lumber, flour and meal... 



Meal and flour 

Foundry and machine work 

Rep. cover cotton mill rollers 

Mfg. window and door screens and repairs. 

Rough lumber 

Common brick 

Flour, meal and feed, mill custom work 

Lumber 

Publishing and printing and job printing. . 

Soft drinks 

Milling wheat and corn 

Bricks 

Meal, chicken feed.. 

Tobacco flues, cornices and skylights 

Overalls 

Rough lumber 

Lumber --- 

Flour 

Meal and flour 

Meal and flour 

Brick.. 

Wood 

Lumber 



Auto repairs- 



12,000 

6,200 

14,000 

600 

291,872 

710 

1,000 

1,550 

2,000 

10,850 

54,937 

5,100 

23,500 

25,884 

8,500 

19,500 

47,000 

2,300 

5,322 

5,050 

76,500 

2,250 

3,500 

3,750 



6,100 

8,180 

17,150 

9,500 

13,500 

5,400 

600 

1,800 

13,000 

7,500 

900 

5,500 

7,887 

37,178 

5,000 

7,630 

4,100 

119,210 

900 

350 

1,000 

6,000 

1,500 

15,000 

500 

1,500 

3,700 

13,688 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 



1G6 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Taule No. 1— 



County 



99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 



Alamance 

_..do 

..-do 

...do 



._..do - 

....do 

-...do 

....do.. 

....do 

....do -. 

_...do 

Alexander. - 

....do 

-...do 

---.do 



Post office 



Mebane. 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 



do 

do- 

do 

....do - 

...do- 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

....do -- 

..-.do 

..--do 

Alleghany 

----do 

....do 

....do 

....do --.. 

....do 



Factory 



W. S. Crawford, Ind 

CrawfordSpokeandHandleCo., Cor, 

Dix Lumber Co., Cor 

Fitch-Riggs Lumber Co.- 



...do 

--.do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do..- 

Bentley. 

Dealville 

...do 

Ennice, R. F. D. 



Hiddenite - 

...do... 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Stony Point 

...do.. 

...do-. 

Taylorsville 

...do 

...do 

...-do.. 

...-do 

....do ...- 

....do 

....do 

.-..do..- 

....do.- 

....do 

...-do 

...-do .--- 

-...do 

-...do 

-...do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

Edmonds- 

-...do 

Eunice..- 

Glade Valley.. 

Laurel Springs 

....do 



W. S. Crawford. 



Mebane Bedding Co.- 

The Mebape Enterprise, Ind — 

Mebane Iron Bed Co., Inc 

Mebane Milling Co 

W. B. & J. E. Sellars 

L. C. Sykes, Ind 

Trolinger & Montgomery Brick Yd. 

Wm. W. Teague & Son... 

Deal Tanning Co — ._ -.1 

J. P. Duncan Roller Mills... J. P. Duncan, Owner 



President 



W. S. Crawford. 



A. B. Fitch and \V. F. 
Riggs, Props 



J. A. Trolinger- 



Big Pine Mill Co. 



Joe Barnes Milling Co 

Davis Mills 

Davis Springs Co 

Hiddenite Milling Co 

South Yadkin 

Thomas & Lackey 

J. M. Warren 

Pear Flour Mill.. 

White & Steele 

White & Steele Lumber Plant. 

Alexander Lumber Co 

I. A. Barnes .- 

Barnes & Mays 

Robie W. Bolick 

Thomas R. Bowman 

Connelly & Teague 

C. K. & Milt Pool 

Eckerd & Sipe. 

Fry & Sigman 

Harrington & Blair 

John E. Heffner 

Wm. P. Kerley 

Miller Mfg. Co 

Rogers Bros. -. 

L. C. Sigman .- 

Sipe & Pool Sawmill 

C. Belle Smith & Son 

Taylorsville Milling Co 

George W. White Sawmill 

J. P. Wike 

A. D. Carico & Son 

S. T. Shupe & Sons- -. 

Big Pine Mill Co 

Bull Head Burr Mills 

C. R. Bare 

Cicero Johnson 



J. G. Harris and B. L. 
Collins, Props 



J. M. Deaton. 



T. M. Kerley, Part... 



SamuelTurner, Owner 



T. R. Bowman, Prop. 



John E.Heffner, Prop. 



J. G. Harrington. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



167 



Continued 



Secretary 



W. S. Crawford. 



J. P. Hunt. 



N. N. Warren. 
G. O. Mercer.. 
J. S. Vienesnt. 
C. S. Loftis.... 



L. C. Sykes 

J. G. Montgomery. 
Wm. W. Teague..-. 
Arthur C. Deal 



J. C. Barnes 

Neil P. Alexander. 
Neil P. Alexander. 



H. L. & D. A. Hackney. 
E. E. Lackey 

J. M. Warren.. 



N. F. Steele.. 
A. W. White.. 
W. E. Nelson. 



S. L. Barnes. 



C. K. Sipe 

D. R. Eckerd 

L. L. Fry 

Guss. Harrington. 



Wm. L. Kerley. 



W. J. Rogers.. 
L. C. Sigman. 



C. Bell Smith 

L. C. Hafer 

G. W. White 

J. P. Wike 

W. M. Carioo 

S. T. Shupe 

B. L. Collins 

G. W. Thompson. 

C. R. Bare 

Cicero Johnson 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber _ 

Spokes and handles. 
Rough lumber 



Dressed lumber 

Springs and mattresses 

Publishing and printing and job work. 

Iron and springs.. 

Flour and feed meal 

Corn meal and fiour 

Rough lumber 

Brick 

Sawmill products 

Horse collars, etc 

Flour 



1918 



Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber, laths 

Flour, meal and feed stuff. 



Invested 
Capital 



Grinding wheat, corn and rye. 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and shingles 

Flour, meal and feed 

Flour and grist mill _-. 

Lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Custom and grist mill. ._. 

Rough lumber 

Veneers 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



Corn and wheat mill 

Flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Custom mill rye, corn, etc.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber .. 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber, etc 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Dressed lumber 

Corn products 

Corn products 

Corn products 



1902 



4,500 
6,150 
4,050 

38,382 

194,791 

3,200 

72,796 

125,000 

5,550 

600 



440 
3,800 
5,000 

3,600 

1,875 

11,000 

35,000 

9,200 

8,000 

1,000 

550 

7,000 

7,150 

8,500 

25,297 

700 

1,000 

1,000 

2,000 

31,000 

400 

500 

150 

1,200 

1,500 

1,000 

3,500 

1,200 

500 

400 

126 

3,650 

1,200 

1,000 

550 

800 

3,600 

1,800 

105 

300 



168 



NoETH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


105 


Alleghany 

....do - 


Laurel Springs 

....do 






106 


Peak Creek Roller Mills.... 




107 


....do 


....do 






108 


—.do 

...do 


Piney Creek 

do 






lOii 






110 


. do. 


do.... 


Piney Creek Cooperative Cheese Co. 
Crouse & Shumake Burr Mill 




111 


do 






112 


do . . •. 


do .... 


Richardson Mfg. Co... 

Sparta Roller Mill Co 




113 


do 


do . 


C. W. Edwards 


114 


....do. 

....do 








115 


.. do 


Twin Oaks Cooperative Cheese Co.. 




116 


do 






117 


Anson 

do 


Ai.-onville 

do 






118 


T. B. Dunlap 




119 


do 


do 






120 


do 


do ... 


J. D. Martin 




121 


.-._do 

....do... 


.-_-d0- 

.._.do 


S. E. Poe 




122 


J. D. Richardson 

L. C. Springer 




123 


....do _ 


... do 




124 


....do 


....do 




125 


....do 

_.._do __._ 

do.... 




N. A. Lanionds... 

H. T. Griggs and D. A. Eddings... 




126 


Chesterfield, S.C. 





127 


G. D. Blacock 


128 


..do 


do 


E. E. Lenallen 

W. H. McElmer 

W. P. McRao .. 

Morgan Mill Co 




129 


do- 


do .... 




130 


do 


do 




131 


do 


do 




132 


do 


do 




133 


....do 


....do 


Southniont Mfg. Co 

John Walker 




134 


....do 


....do 




135 


do 


do 




136 


....do_ 




T. J. Leonard 




137 


do 


do 




138 


do 


Marshville.R. 5... 


C J. Parker 




139 


do 


Parker & Thomas 




140 


do 








141 


do 


do 


T P Bean 




142 


do 


do 


Lee Hill 




143 


do.... 


do 


J. C. Hoyle 




144 


do... 


do 






145 


do 


do 






146 


do 


do 


R. A. Templeton 




147 


do 




J W & J C Bowers 




148 


do 


do 


W. P. Brown & Son... 




149 


do 


do 


M. W. Candle. . . 




150 


do 


do 


W C Dig<'s 




151 


do 


do 


Fountain Hill Mill Co. 




152 


do 


do 


Griffin & Griflan 




153 


do 


do 






154 


do 


do 






155 


do 


do 






156 


do 


Peachland, R.3... 
Peachland 






157 


....do 


H. A. Nance Co 





Miscellaneous Factories 



169 



Continued 



Secretary 



Lando Orsbon 

R. W. Pennington. 

S. H. Bowers 

C. L. Hash 



J. M. Weaver 

F. F. Shumake.-._ 
R. B. Richardson- 



Frank and A. French.. 
S. J. Thomas 

D. C. Whitehead 

Fred Carpenter 

T. B. Dunlap 

J. F. Kelley 

J. D. Martin 

J. F. Kelley, Mgr 

J. D. Richardson 

L. C. Springer 

G. E. Voncannon 

N. A. Lamonds 

Henry T. Griggs 

G. D. Blacock 

E. E. Lenallen 

W. H. McElmer 

M. A. McFarland, Mgr. 

Mack Morgan 

J. E. Saunders 

C. W. Surratt 

John Walker 

J. A. Williams 

T. J. Leonard 

F. H. Morgan 



J. A. Parker 

D. E. Allred 

T. P. Bean _. 

Lee Hill 

J. C. Hoyle 

Chas. J. Leonard. 
D. J. McLauren... 
R. A. Templeton. 
J. C. Bowers 



Articles Manufactured 



Custom grist mill- 
Wheat flour, bran- 
Shingles 

Flour and meal--. 



M. W. Candle— 

W. C. Diggs 

J. A. Tucker-— 
John R. Griffin- 
A. L. Jackson--. 

Benj. Lowry 

S. W. MuUis 

R. C. Nance 

A. Nance 



Cheese 

Grind corn chop and make flour. 

Caskets, repair work on wagons, autos, etc. 

Flour, meal and buckwheat 

Printing, publishing, job printing 

Cheese. 

Custom grinding 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber, etc 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber . 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



t, o c 
1= <s^ 



1910 
1900 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber- 
Shingles 

Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



Grist and flour mills, corn and wheat. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 



Invested 
Capital 



300 
5,000 

900 
3,500 
3,307 
1,200 



4,000 



2,150 

1,450 

750 

400 

9,550 

7,500 

1,750 

2,800 

2,400 

1,400 

3,800 

3,000 

1,325 

1,500 

15,000 

7,000 

13,000 

2,000 

3,000 

7,300 

11,000 

5,900 

1,600 

1,300 

800 

1,250 

750 

600 

3,150 

750 

1,400 

5,449 

3,600 

1,700 

19,300 

1,600 

750 

200 

4,500 

1,500 

1,700 

5,500 

1,200 

4,700 



No. 



105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 



170 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 



County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


Anson 

do 


Peaqhland 

do - 


J. S. Preslar. . 




Zeb. V. Sheppard 




do 


do 


R. L. Staton.— 




do 


do 


G. C. Tucker 




do 


do 


Williams Bros 




- — do 

do 


Pee Dee- 

Polkton 






J. W. Allen.— 




do 


.-do 


S. H. Allen and W. B. Broadancy.. 
W. A. Allen. 


Partnershi p 


do 


do 




do 


do 


T. M. Bowers 




do 


do 


A. L. Candler-- 




do 


do ... 


Carpenter & Candler 




do 


do 


C. C. Curlce 




do 


do 


J. L. Daniels 




— -do— 

-—do 

do 


Polkton, R. 1 

Polkton 

do . .. 


W. C. Daniels. - 




J. E. Efird 




J. M. Griffin -- 




do 


Polkton, R. 2 

Polkton 

do 


W. B. Hancock 


[Props. 


-—do -. 

do 


S. K. Harris Sons Lbr. Co .- 


S. K. & J. B. Harris, 


R. D. Hilcketh...- 




do 


do 


Icard & Bennett 




do 


do 


J. L. Marton _ 




do 


do 


Sawmill-E. C. Mills 




.--do- 

.-.-do 

do 


Polkton, R. 3 

Polkton 


F. E. Monroe 




Nance & Son 




do . . 


Parker Co.- 




do 


do - 


H. A. Pierce 




do 


..do - 


Polkton Lumber Co 


A. B. Clark ---- 


do 


do 


J. A. Short 




do 


Polkton, R. 2 

Polkton— 


W. A. Smith & Son 




do 


J. Stacy Thomas 




do 


Polkton, R. 2 

Polkton.. 


F. C. Thrcadgill 




do 


W. B. Walters 




do 


do ... 


C. B, Williams 




do 


do 


Williams & Carloe 




— -do-..- 

do 


Wadesboro 

do 


H. B. Allen 




The Ansonian - 




do 


do 


W.G.Bailey 




do 


do - 


J. L. Beck 




do 


do 


J. D. Bragg 




do 


do- 


Carolina Marble and Granite Works. 
Combined Mills 




do 


do- 




do 


do- 


Coxe-Bennett Lumber Co 




do 


do— 


Gulledge Bros .. .. 




do 


do— 


Arthur Hildreth ..- 




do 


do— 


Leak & Little 




do 


do --. 


Little Bros 




do 


do 


Lowe's Printing Office.. . 




do 


do 


J. A. Martin - 




do 


do 


Fred Mills - 




do 


do 


J. L. Porter - 




do 


do 


J. P. Rattiff... -- 




.---do 


--do 


R. L. Simerson - 





Miscellaneous Factories 



ni 



Continued 



Secretary 



W. C. Benson 

J. M. Henley 

R. L. Staton 

G. C. Tucker 

J. J. Williams 

W. T. Brooks, Mgr. 

J. W. Allen 

S. H.Allen 

W. A. Allen 

T. M. Bowers 

A. L. Candler 

D. L. Carpenter 

C. C. Curlee 

J. L. Daniels 

W. C. Daniels 

John E. Efird 

J. M. Griffin 

W. B. Hancock 



R. D. Hildreth... 
W. N. Bennett.... 
J. L. Marton 

E. C. Mills 

F. E. Monroe 

A. A. Nance 

Alex. Parker 

H. A. Pierce 

A. D. Keys 

J. A. Short 

T. H. Smith 

J. Stacy Thomas- 



W. B. Walters 

C. B. Williams 

W. G. Williams 

C. B. Teal 

W. C. Bivens 

W. G. Bailey 

J. L. Beck 

J. D. Bragg 

W. T. Parsley.. 

J. F. Allen 

W. Sloan Chapman. 

B. L. Gulledge.. 

Arthur Hildreth 

R. E. Little, Mgr.-. 

Geo. W. Little 

J. V. Lowe 

J. A. Martin 

Fred Mills 

J. L. Porter 

J. P. Rattiff 

R. L. Simerson 



Articles Manufactured 



Corn.. 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 



lumber, 
lumber- 
lumber, 
lumber, 
lumber, 
lumber, 
lumber. 
lumber. 
lumber. 
lumber. 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn and wheat 

Rough lumber and grist mill. 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Pine lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn, rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 



as 

go- 



Printing, publishing and job printings 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Monuments 

Corn meal... 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Commercial stationery and job printing. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Grinding corn. 



1915 



Invested 
Capital 



2,500 
1,550 
3,000 
1,300 
3,700 
3,855 
4,500 
1,500 
1,550 
1,830 
1,000 
1,225 
1,000 
1,300 
1,480 
1,000 
2,700 
2,500 
43,000 
1,900 
1,600 

600 

700 
1,500 
1,250 
1,000 
1,500 
8,000 

765 
2,200 
1,950 
1,500 
1,000 
5,750 
1,240 
2,000 
4,000 
1,300 
1,700 
8,500 
6,000 
2,800 
106,424 
2,700 
1,500 
13,000 
2,250 
1,200 

800 
3,200 

400 
1,150 
2,200 



172 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


211 


Anson 

do 


Wadesboro 

do - 


Southern Cotton Oil Co 




212 


J. W. Sullivan 


J. W. Sullivan, Prop. 


213 


do 


do 


W. B. Teal 




214 


do 


do . 


C. W. Thomas 




215 


do 


do 


Wadesboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 
Wadesboro Corn Mill 




216 


do 


do 


R. L. Hardison,Prop. 


217 


do 


do 






218 


do 


do 


Wadesboro Lumber Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

Campbell & Trivett 


H. B. Allen 


219 


do 


do 


C. G. Wilson 


220 




Beaver Creek 

do . 




221 


do 


Hardin & Robinson, Part 




222 


do 


do 


Waddell Bros., Part _ -. 




223 


do 




Barr & King's Grist Mill.. 




224 


do 


do 


Chas. T. Hamby Lumber Co 




225 


do 


Clifton 






226 


do 


do 




227 


do 


do 


Eller's Grist Mill 




228 


do 


do 


Osborn Grist Mill 




229 


do 


do 


J. W. Graybeal 




230 


do 


do 


Benjamin Hertzog's Grist Mill 




231 


do 


do 






232 


•do 


do 


Miller's Mill 




233 


do 


do 






234 


do 


do 


Staggs Creek Mill 




235 


do 




Creston Roller Mills .- 





236 


do 




T. J. Cockerham, Corn Mill 




237 


do 


do 


Coy A. Goodman's Mill 




238 


do 


. do 


Idol's Mills 

T. F. & D. A. Calhoun 




239 


do 






240 


do 


do 


Welch Bros. & Co., Part 




241 


do 






242 


do 




Greene & Woodman 




243 


do 


do . - 


A. F. Nichols 




244 


do 


do „ 






245 


do 


do 


Vannoy & Payne's Mills 




246 


do 


Grassy Creek 

do 


Gambill >i Wallace, Part 




247 


do 


Grassy Creek Cheese Factory 




248 


do 


Helton 


Griffiths & Blevins Lumber Co 




249 


do 


do 


Helton Roller Mills ... 




250 


do 




J. J. Allen.... 




251 


do 


do 


S. C. Killey 




252 


.._-do 

do 








253 


do — 


W. P. Hendrix 

Will A. Watson. 





254 


do 


do 





255 


...-do 

do 


Husk 


W. T. Greer, Ind... 




256 








257 


do 




J. W. Badger.--. 




258 


do 


do 


Colvard Bros. Mills _. . 




259 


do 


do 


John Dent, Ind. - - 




260 


do 


do 


Jefferson Roller Mills.. 




261 


do 


do 






262 


...-do 


....do 


Waugh's Mill 






Miscellaneous Factories 



173 



Continued 



Secretary 



J.A.Ryan,120B'y,N.Y. 



W. B. Teal 

C. W. Thomas 

S. G. Bagwell, Bkr. 



H. M. Hardison. 



S. D. Crenshaw. 
G. L. Trivett...- 



Jas. W. Barr 

Chas. Hamby 

J. E. Doughberg 

Millard S. HartsoL. 

J. C. Eller 

Wilborn G. Osborn_ 

J. W. Graybeal 

Benj. Hertzog 

J. T. Jones 

W. S. Miller- 



B. C. Yates Custom mill (only) 



F. Barr 

T. J. Cockerham_. 
Coy A. Goodman.. 
T. J. Cockerham.. 

T. F. Calhoun 

E. H. Eldreth 

D. W. Miller 

J. W. Woodman... 

G. F. Nichols 

L. Stokes Vannoy. 

C. M. Payne 

J. C. Gambill 

Wiley Spencer 

Casper C. Blevins. 



Articles Manufacturad 



Cotton-seed products 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber --- 

Bottled Coca-Cola and other soft drinks, syrup, etc. 

Corn meal 

Ice 



Dressing lumber 

Com. fertilizers, acid phosphate and sulphuric acid 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Grist-mill products 

Lumber. 

Cheese. 



Lumber 

Feed mill 

Custom mill- 



Corn meal and feed. 
Lumber 

Corn meal and feed. 



Flour and grist-mill products. 

Grist-mill products 

Corn meal 

Flour, corn meal, buckwheat- 
Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 



J. J. Allen 

S. C. Killey 

Mrs. Jennie Hendrix 

Mrs. W. L. Hendrix 

Will A. Watson 

W. T. Greer 

H. L. Beshears 

J. W. Badger 

Fred Colvard 

John Dent 

J. E. Walters 



Lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Lumber 

Cheese 

Lumber 

Flour, corn meal, feed. 



Custom grinding 

Flour and grist-mill products. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Corn meal and flour 

Grist-mill products 

Grist mill 

Lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Lumber 



p. 
C.SS 

t- o c 



1908 
1893 



Inve.sted 
Capital 



99,316 
3,200 
3,350 
4,900 

14,016 
1,350 
3,600 



48, 



D. P. Waugh 1 Grist-mill products. 



000,000 

1,500 

1,000 

3,500 

350 

18,000 

1,500 

8,000 

500 

400 

200 

250 

450 

250 

500 

300 

3,025 

1,850 

400 

1,500 

8,500 

200 

800 

1,400 

1,000 

1,200 

2,050 

2,100 

1,200 

4,400 

13,200 

1,000 

300 

1,000 

600 

300 

3,800 

500 

300 

400 

1,000 

6,100 

11,500 

500 



174 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Takle No. 1- 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


263 


Ashe-- 

do 


West Jefferson 

do .. 






264 


Blackburn Mill Mfg. Co 




265 


do 


do . 






266 


do 


do 






267 


-...do..- 


. do -- 


B. H. Goss 




268 
269 


--.-do _.._ 

do .— 


Lansing— 

do 


Ashe Mining Co _. __ 


Geo. W. Cooke 


270 


do - 


do 


Wm. & Monroe Clark 




271 


do 


do 


Davis & Clark- --- 




272 


do 


do . .. 


Elbert McCarter 




273 


do 


do 


Geo. W. Miller - - . . 




274 


_-.-do 

--.do 

do 


Laurel Springs 

Mount'n City, Tn. 
Obida 






275 


Walter J. Wright - 




276 


Severts' Sawmill 


G.A.&D.C.Severt.Pr. 


277 


do .... 




278 


do 


do .... 


Craven Grist Mill 




279 


do 


do 


L. N. Sheets, Ind 




280 


.---do .. 

-...do 

do 


Orion..! 

Othello 


G. A. & D. C. Severts' Mill- . 


D. C. Severt 


281 


W. H. Faw 




282 


do 






283 


do 


do - 






284 


do .... 


Park, Va 


H. A. & J. M. Miller ._- 




285 


-.-do 

do 


John V. Miller 




286 


do 






287 


do 


Rhine 






288 


do 








289 


do 


Sly 


Wm H Brown 




290 


do... - 








291 


do . 


do 






292 


do 


do 






293 


do 


Stur gills 






294 


do 


Todd 


J. L. Bradley & Co., Inc 




295 


do 


Toliver 






296 


do 


do 






297 


do 








298 


do 


Trout 






299 


do 


do 






300 


do .- - 


Tuckerdale --. 




W. R., R. A. & E. D. 


301 


do .- 




Anderson and F. L. 
Dolinger, Props.... 


302 


do 


do 






303 


-__dO- 

do 


do 






304 


Warrensville __ 

do 






305 


do 






306 


do 


do 


Chas. T. Hamby Mill, Ind --. 




307 


do 


do 






308 


do 


do 






309 


do - 


do - . 


F. H. Turner & Co., Part 




310 


do. . 


do .... 


Warrenville Mill --. 




311 


Avery 

....do .-- 

....do..._ 

....do 


Banner Elk 

do...- 






312 






313 


do 


Byrd & Fox 




314 


-..do 


F. W. Von Cannon - 





Miscellaneous Factories 



175 



Continued. 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


T3 

o ZJ 

t. o c 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 


R. C Barr 






S 3,200 
8,000 

700 

56,805 

6,650 

10,000 

12,700 

1,000 

6,800 

600 
2,300 

500 
4,800 
1,200 
1,000 
1,880 
1,065 
1,200 
1,000 
2,000 
1,300 
3,300 

100 
3,200 

325 
5,525 

350 
2,000 

500 


263 


E. L. Robbina 






264 








265 


H E Sanford 






266 








267 


G L Park 




1920 


268 






269 


W M Clark 






270 


Walton Wood 






271 


Elbert McCarter 






272 


Geo. W. Miller 






273 


Jas B Woodie 






274 








275 








276 








277 








278 


L, N. Sheets 






279 






1914 


280 






281 


Sidney Furnnine 

C. L. Woodie 






282 






283 


H. A. Miller 






284 








285 








286 








287 








288 








289 


F H Neal 






290 


J. H. Perkins 






291 


T. W. Fenald 






292 


J. R. Hilby 






975 
73,592 
700 
1,700 
300 
205 
250 

1,975 

375 

1,800 

400 

680 

8,500 

2,556 

350 

300 

5,355 

500 

1,000 

1,500 

2,650 

2,300 


293 


A. M. Bradley 






294 








295 


A. J. Toliver 






29fi 








297 








298 








299 








300 








301 


W. D. Lyall 






302 








303 


W. O. Ashley. 






304 


M. S. Hartsog 






305 


Chas. T. Hamby 






306 


S. W. James . 






307 


Fred Shoemake 






308 








309 


Eskel Jones 






310 


A. G. Andrews 






311 








312 








313 


C. E. Townsend 


Rough lumber 




314 



176 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 

346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 
366 



County 



Avery 

_-.-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-__do..... 

....do 

_-..do 

..._do 

....do 

...-do..... 

.-..do 

....do 

....do..... 

._-.do 

....do 

.._.do 

.-..do 

....do 

.--.do 

-__-do 

....do 

Beaufort. 

--_.do 

....do 

_-__do 

___do 

...do 

...do 

.--do 

-..do 



--..do 

....do 

..-.do 

-.--do 

.-.do 

....do 

....do 

--..do 

--.-do 

----do 

.---do 

----do 

----do 

.---do 

----do 

--.-do 

...-do 

....do..... 
....do.-... 
....do..... 
..--do 



PostofBce 



Banner Elk 

Beech Creek 

...do 

....do 

Elk Park 

...do 

Heaton 

...do 

....do 

Hughes 

Ingalls 

Johnson City, Tn, 

Minneapolis 

Montezuma _. 

Newland 

...do 

Pineola 

....do 

PlUmtree 

..-do 

Senia 

Valley 

Aurora 

—.do 

—do 

....do 

Belhaven 

-..do _ 



....do -_. 

Blounts Creek 

Pantego 



Pinetown 

....do _- 

Royal 

Washington- 

-..-do 

--.-do— 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

---do 

-.-do 

....do 

...-do 

---.do-. 

..--do 



Factory 



Puckett's Sawmill, Ind -. 

Eggers Sawmill, Ind 

Harmon & Reece 

W. T. Harmon 

Elk Park Planing and Sawmill 

Mortimer Bros 

J. M. Heaton and M. L. Laws 

John M. Miller 

J. H. Pritchard 

Robert A. Houston, Ind 

J. K. Graybeal & Son 

Cranberry Iron and Coal Co 

Lum Lewis -- . 

Pearson Sawmill 

J. B. Phillips 

Sanford & Treadway 

Camp Mountain Timber Co., Cor.. 

Cornett's Mill 

Tar Heel Mica Co 

D. T. Vance's Mica Mill 

Robert A. Houston 

T. Y. McCoury 

Boyd's Sawmill 

Guilford Ginning Co - 

H ooker's Sawmill 

The Jones Garage, Ind 

Belhaven Journal, Part 

The Interstate Cooperage Co 

Woodside Lumber Co... 

J. L. Toler 

Pantego Gins 



Geo. V. Boyd and W. M. Boyd, Part 

J. H. Oden Saw and Gin Mill 

Royal Ginning Co — - -.- 

Alderman Capehart Laundry Co... 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

Crystal Ice Co 

David F. Cutler 

Eureka Lumber Co 

Foreman & Allegood, Part 

S. R. Fowle & Son 

Havens Flour and Corn Mill 

Havens Oil Co 

Moss Planing Mill Co 

Pamlico Chemical Co 

Pamlico Cooperage Co 

Pamlico Printing Co 

Phillips Fertilizer Co., Inc --- 

Roanoke R. R. Lumber Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

Washington Buggy Co., Inc --. 

Washington Daily News 



President 



IProp. 

E.H.&S.K. Mortimer, 



F. P. Howe. 



F. H. Nagal- 



D. L. Vancc- 



Geo. A. Boyd, Prop.. 

M. E. Guilford 

James Hooker, Prop . 



F. W. Weller. 



J. L. Toler, Prop 

C. P. Aycock Supply 
Co., Owners 



J. H. Oden, Owner... 
C. T. Allen 



H. B. Mayo- 

David F.Cutler, Prop 



S. R. Fowle- 



J. Havens-- 
B. G. Moss- 



Geo. T. Leach- 



C. G. Wilson- 



Miscellaneous Factories 



177 



Continued 




Elijah Puckett 

Smith Eggers 

Jno. F. Reeoe 

T. W. Hopkins- 
Waller W. Shares. 



M. L. Laws 

J. M. Miller 

J. H. Pritchard 

Robert A. Houston. 

O. A. Graybeal 

Hammond Prosser.. 

J. W. Benton 

C. W. Pearson 

Joe Phillips 

A. E. Sanford 



J. G. Hoon. 



D. T. Vance 

Robt. A. Houston. 
Mack McCoury 



F. J. Guilford- 



B. C. Jones 

A. B. Wallace 

C. F. White 

Griffith Miles, Mgr.. 



Geo. V. Boyd 



D. E. Lewis__- 
J. L. Capehart 

J. E. Mays 

. Wm. Burgaw.. 



Geo. T. Leach 
Will Allegood. 



J. Havens 



C. V. Swan. 

W. H. Woolard 

Jno. D. Gorham 

J. S. Meekins 

F. F. Phillips, Treas.. 

G. R. Simpson 

S. D. Crenshaw. 



Rough lumber. 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber... 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Mining iron ore. 
Rough lumber.. 
Lumber 



Rough lumber. 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Manufacturing mica articles 

Grinding mica 

Dressed lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Lint cotton and cotton seed 

Rough lumber . 

Auto repairing 

Publishing newspaper and job printing — 
Cooperage, lumber and sawmill products. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Ginning 

Rough lumber. 

Lumber and grist mill.. 

Ginning cotton 

Laundry 

Bottling Coca-Cola and soft drinks 

Ice and ice cream 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, hogsheads, and barrels. 

Auto repairs 

Lumber 

Milling corn and flour. 

Cotton-seed oil mill 

Lumber, sash, doors, and blinds. .- 

Fertilizers 

Cooperage 

Commercial job work 

Dry mixing complete fertilizers... 

Rough lumber 

Commercial fertilizers 

Buggies and surieys 

Advertising, job work 

12— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



1902 



1912 



1904 



1900 
1896 



1896 



1912 



1893 



3,400 

1,500 

3,500 

1,600 

3,000 

1,100 

4,100 

700 

1,660 

1,500 

300 

100,000 

4,700 

600 

1,400 

50,800 

29,400 

2,000 

56,483 

12,000 

2,500 

2,500 

1,500 

"§5,000 

3,250 

3,250 

3,500 

200,000 

15,000 

1,500 



800 



2,600 

3,950 

13,200 

16,000 

3,500 

328,356 

2,750 

15,000 

32,500 

768,917 

20,000 

1,550,765 

23,000 

5,550 

235,075 

255,000 

48,000,000 

486,861 

8,090 



178 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


3fi7 


Beaufort 

do - 


Washington 

... do 


Washington Gas Co... 


J. T. Bland, Supt 


368 


Washington Progress, Ind. 


3fiP 


Bertie... 

do 


Ahoskie. ._ 


Hines Grist Mill 




370 


Askewville 

....do __ 


Askewville\ Lumber Co. 




371 


....do 


Wm. M. Smith 




?.T?. 


do 


....do.... 


Hill J. Ward 




373 


....do 


Aulander 


Aulander Brick and Lumber Co. 




374 


-. .do 


....do 


Aulander Lumber Co., Inc. 




375 


. do 


. do 


Bertie Cotton Oil Co., Inc. 




37fi 


....do 


....do _ 


Burden's Garage 




377 


....do 


....do-. 


Joe Cowen , 




378 


do 


....do 


J. W. Dunning . 




37P 


do -. 


....do... 


E. C. Early 




380 


....do - 


... do 


J. D. Francis 




381 


. do 


do 


C. F. Francis 




3S?. 


....do 


....do 


Hale & Jernigan 




383 


do 


do 


J. T. Hall... 




384 


....do 


....do 


Ed. Harman 




385 


...-do.... 


....do.. 






386 


do 


do 


J. J. House & Co 




387 


do . 


do 


C. H. Jenkins Garage 




388 


do 


do 


Joyner Bros.. 




389 


do 


do 


L. M. Morris 




390 


do 


do 


Service Garage 




391 


do 


....do 


C. T. White 




39?, 


do 


.do 


White & HalL_ 




393 


do .- 




W. R. Capeheart.. 




394 


do 


Colerain, R. F. D. 
do .. 






395 


do 


Aulander Supply Garage 




396 


do 


do - 


Barker Sawmill, Ind. 




397 


do 


do 


W. H. Beasly 




398 


do 


do 


Jack Deans' Garage 




399 


do 


do 


L. 0. Mevers 




400 


do 


do 






401 


do 


do 






402 


do 


do. . 






403 


do 








404 


....do ____ 

do 


Earlj' 


W. J. Mitchell 




405 


Kelford 


Brown's Grist Mill 




406 


do 


do 


W. B. Brown... . 




407 


do 


do 


Chero-Cola Bottling Co... 




408 


do 


do 


Kelf ord Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. 
Parker's Garage 




409 


do 


do 




410 


do 


do 


J. M. White. 




411 


do 




Harrington Garage . 




412 


do 


do 


Charles Jordan 

Morris Bros 




413 


do 


do 




414 


do 


Merry Hill 


S. A. Adams . . 




415 


do 


do 


Ned Cooper 




416 


do 


do 


Ben Davis 




417 


do 


do 


James D. Evans & Bro.. .-- . -- 




418 


do 


do 


Smalhvood Grist Corn Mill 




419 


....do-... 


_...do.. 


Geo. E. Henry 





Miscellaneous Factories 



179 



Cotitinued 



Secretary 



W. L. Jacobson. 

Jesse Hines 

R. White 

W. M. Smith.... 
Hill J. Ward..... 
W. A. Taylor.... 



C. W. MitcheU, Jr. 



Joe Cowen 

J. W. Dunning.. 
R. M. Catling... 

J. D. Francis 

Charles Francis. 



J. T. Hall 

Ed. Harman 

J. W. Herring 

J. J. House 

C. H. Jenkins 

J. W. Joyner 

Edward Morris 

Preston Newsome. 

C. T. White 

T. J. White 

W. R. Capeheart-- 



L. J. Barker 

W. H. Beasly 

Jack Deans 

L. O. Meyers 

Chas. Norris 

Louis T. Perry 

W. N. Perry 

A. J. Early 

W. J. Mitchell 

Cecil Edwards 

Willie Brown 

C. H. Roberson... 

A. C. Johnston, Jr 

W. F. Parker 

Chas. Brown 

G. H. Harrington 

Charles Jordan 

Grant Morris 

S. A. Adams 

Ned Cooper 

Ben Davis 

Jas. D. Evans. 

Mrs. M. E. Smallwood. 
Edward Henry 



Articles Manufactured 



Gas, selling gas appliances . 

Printing and publishing newspaper and job printing 

Milling corn _ 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and brick 



Cotton-seed products, oil, meal, hull linters, etc. 

Auto repairing and farm implements 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 



sis 



Rough lumber and corn meal. 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Brick 



Auto repair shop 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repair shop 

Rough lumber 

Lumber, laths 

Rough lumber and grinding corn. 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Auto repair! ng 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

S oft drinks 

^Mineral and soda water 

Auto repairing 

Lumber 

Auto repairing 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Lumber 

Meal. 

Rough lumber. 



Invested 
Capital 



82,968 
6,100 
1,750 
8,300 
4,150 
4,500 
8,100 
8,350 
247,247 

10,600 
2,975 
7,500 

15,000 
4,500 
3,000 
3,025 
2,950 
2,750 
4,625 

19,000 
4,250 
3,200 
5,100 
7,500 
2,950 
4,700 
3,900 
4,800 
6,750 
1,000 
2,600 
2,450 
2,2.50 
2,900 
4,550 
1,625 
3,200 
2,400 
1,500 
7,400 

18,123 

15,226 
5,6:0 

10,080 
3,090 
1,275 
3,040 
2,600 



No. 



700 
2,000 
5,610 



367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 
386 
387 



390 
391 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
398 
399 
400 
401 
402 
403 
404 
405 
406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
418 
419 



ISO 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Taih.e No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


4?n 


Bertie 

....do 


Merry Hill.... 






41^1 


....do .'. 






422 


....do 


....do 


Will Smith 




423 


....do 


...do . 


W. R. Smith ... . 




424 


...do 


.. do 






4-2^ 


....do 


....do 






4?,e, 


....do.... 


....do 






497 


....do 


-...do 


White Bros . 




4?8 


....do _. 

....do 


Mount Gould 

-...do 


J. E. Henry 




429 


Ernest Rhodes . 




430 


....do 


...do 


E. Rhodes & Co 




431 


....do 


Norfolk,Va.,B.391 

Powellsville 

do 






432 


-...do 

.. do. 


W. H. Bryant 




433 


W. S. Cowan 




434 


....do 


....do 






435 


....do.— 


....do 


C. R. Overton, Ind... 




436 


....do . 


Quitsna . 


E. D. Spruill Grist Mill 




437 


-..do 

-.--do..._ 

....do...- 


Republican 

Roxobel... -- 


Barber Sawmill, Ind 




438 


Harrell's Grist Mill-. 




43Q 


....do 






440 


....do _-_. 


Windsor, R. F. D. 
Windsor 


Thos. D. Barker . 




441 


_...do 


Burden & Cowan . 




442 


....do 


....do 


A. Cooper 




443 


....do 


...do.... 


J. W. Cooper 




444 


....do 


- do. 




E. S. Dail, Owner 


445 


_...do _. 


-...do. 






446 


....do 


....do- 


G. A. Harden.. 




447 


....do 


....do 






448 


....do_ 


-..do 


Heckenstall's Mill 




449 


....do 


...do 


Geo. MizelL. 




450 


_...do 


. .do 


The Old Jordan Mill 




451 


....do 


do— 


L. F. Pearce 




45? 


....do 


....do- 


Plantation Sawmill, Ind 




453 


....do 


-...do 






454 


....do 


-..-do 


Slade's Wood Works - 


A. C. Slade, Owner . 


455 


....do 


-..-do 






456 


....do .._. 


...-do- 






457 


....do __.. 


...-do . 


G. H. Smithwick & Bro. 




458 


....do 


....do.- 


F. B. Sutton Grist Mill 




459 


....do 


....do 






460 


....do_-__ 


....do 




W. J. Davis, Part 


461 


....do 


...do 






462 


....do 


...do 






463 


....do- 


. do - 


J. D. Todd 




464 


do . 


do . 


Todd's Sawmill 


Y. 0. Todd, Prop. .. 


465 


-...do 


-. do- - 






466 


-..-do 


do 






467 


-...do- 


Woodard 

Woodville 

Abbottsburg 

...-do . 


J. D. Phelps 




468 


-.-.do 






469 


Bladen 

....do- 


Arthur D. Cashwell 




470 






471 


....do 








472 


...-do 


East Arcadia 


Logging Plant 








Miscellaneous Factories 



181 



Continued 



Secretary 



James Lee 

Raymond Minton 

Wm. Smith 

W. R. Smith 

Arnold Smith... 

J. Henry Smithwiok. 

Sam Saul 

J. E. Estrim, Jr 

J. E. Henry 

Ernest Rhodes 

Ernest Tadlock 



W. H. Bryant. 
Ned Cowan 



C. R. Overton.. 
E. D. SpruilL... 

J. T. Barber 

Jno. Lovey 

J. C. Liverman. 



J. Cowan 

A. Cooper 

J. W. Cooper. 



Jno. Catling... 

G. A. Harden 

Joe Harrell 

Will Heckenstall 

Geo. Mizell 

Frank Gilliam 

L. F. Pearoe 

A. V. Cobb, Owner. 
A. S. Roscoe 



John Small 

E. V. Smith 

G. H. Smithwick. 

L. B. Sutton 

R. A. Davis 



Levi Thompson. 
Augustus Todd.. 
J. D. Todd 



C. J. Roy 

Frank Pritohard. 
J. D. Phelps 



Articles Manufactured 



A. D. Cashwell 

A. M. Chance. 

J. R. Green, Sr. I Rough lumber 

Joseph Daniel.. | Rough lumber. 



Lumbet 

Rough lumber and corn meal.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber ._ 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Lumber and bolts 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Carts, bodies, cartwheels, wagons 

Corn meal and lumber 

Lumber 

Corn meal 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Manufacturing buggies, wagons, carts and gen. reps. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 1 

Corn meal and rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn 

Tobacco flues 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Mfg. carts, wagons, buggies and general repair work 

Rough lumber.. 

Auto and general repairing 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

General repairs — manufacturing carts and wagons. 

Rough lumber, shingles 

Rough lumber, shingles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Cleaning, dyeing and laundry 

Rough lumber and corn meal 

Lumber, shingles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



'S "^ 

5, S m 

O r- « 

c b 0) 
I. o c 

go-g 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



2,000 
5,500 
3,900 
2,250 
5,450 
4,100 
4,925 

24,000 
5,600 
1,500 
6,100 

32,434 
2,400 
7,050 
8,000 
5,000 
2,275 
1,000 
1,750 
2,118 
3,550 

8,050 



2,400 
10,100 
2,900 
3,450 
3,000 
5,000 
2,600 
5,000 
2,810 
1,600 
1,625 
6,610 
2,400 
12,750 
3,400 
1,250 
7,600 
10,050 
10,000 
2,000 
2,-500 
1,723 
36,200 



2,700 
7,700 
1,800 
20,000 
4,300 
2,000 



420 

421 

422 

423 

424 

425 

426 

427 

428 

429 

430 

431 

432 

433 

434 

4!5 

436 

437 

438 

439 

440 

441 

442 

443 

444 

445 

446 

447 

448 

449 

450 

451 

452 

453 

454 

455 

456 

457 

458 

459 

460 

461 

462 

463 

464 

465 

466 

467 

468 

469 

470 

471 

472 



182 



^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Pastoffice 


Factory 


President 


473 


Bladen 

do 


Bladenboro 

do 






474 


Bryan's Sawmill, Ind 




475 


do 


do . 


T. D Cain, Ind 




476 


.do 


do -.- 






477 


do 


...do - 


D. G. Pait Sawmill 




478 


do 


do 






479 


,...do 

do 


Clarkton. 






480 


do .. 






481 


do 


...do 






482 


do .. . 


.do 






483 


do 


do 






484 


do 


do .. 






485 


do 


do .- 


Spivey & Powell 




486 


do 


...do 


J. G .Thaggard 




487 


....do 

do 








488 


do 


Rush Sawmill, Part 




489 


do 


do - 


Saw and Planing Mill 




490 


-...do._ 

-.-do 

....do 

do 




C. W. Corbett, Ind 




491 


Dublin 






492 


Elizabethtown 

do 






493 


J M Clark 




494 


do 


do - 






495 


do 


do 






496 


...do - 


. do 






497 


....do 

do 


Elkton 

do - 


Elliott & Starnes 




498 


J M Smith 




499 


....do 

....do 

-do 


Emerson -.. 

Kelly 


VV. T. Porter . . 




500 






501 


-do 






502 


....do -- 

....do 

... do 

....do 

....do 

. .do .. 


Parkton... 

Richardson .- 

Rosindale 


J. G. Huglws 




503 


W. A. Warwick, Ind...- 




504 


W J Hardee .. .-- 




505 






506 


White Oak 

...do 






507 






508 


..do . 


..do --- 






509 


..-.do 

do 




J. W. Dowless 




510 


do .- 


Settemys Sawmill, Part... 




511 


Brunswick -- 
do 


Ash .. 






512 


do 






513 


....do 

—.do 

-do . 








514 




C E. Godwin, Ind. 




515 


...do - 






516 


do . 


-.do - 


S. W. Smith Still 




517 


.-..do 

....do 

.—do 

-..-do..- 

-.-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 








518 




0. D. Millian 




519 








520 




J. T. West, Ind 




521 


Lockwoodfolly 


T. A. Holden Still, Ind 




522 






523 








524 


Shallotte— 






525 


....do 


Est. Mrs. C. A. Rouark 





Miscellaneous Factories 



183 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


13 
-0 o 

go-a 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 


R. H. Bridger 


Cotton seed. 




$ 160,523 

4,010 

745 

800 

2,350 

800 


473 
474 
475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 
487 


J. L. Bryan 


Rough lumber 




T. D. Cain 


Rough lumber 




T. J. Freeman 


Rough lumber 




D. G. Pait 


Rough lumber. 






Rough lumber ... . 






Rough lumber.- 




J. C. Dease 


Rough lumber 




2,000 
92,000 
2,000 
2,700 
3,000. 
1,800 


J. L. Hammer 


Lumber. 










J. K. Pierce 






Alexander Smith 


Rough lumber.. ... 




J. J. Powell 


Rough lumber . 






Lumber 




J. W. Dowles.. 


Rough and dressed lumber 




1,800 
5,550 
4,575 
2,000 
50 
3,000 
4,000 
2,000 
3,000 
3,100 
7,000 
3,500 
8,270 
1,000 
1,000 
27,000 
9,600 
3,000 
10,500 
200 
1,850 
1,000 
2,800 
1,650 
2,000 
2,850 
173,000 
7,300 
2,500 
2,500 
5,000 
7,500 
5,000 
1,300 
2,750 
131,735 
3,600 
885 
1,600 


J. A. Rush 


Rough lumber 




488 
489 
490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 
506 
507 
508 
509 
510 
511 


B. J. Sanderlin.. _ 


Rough lumber 




C. W. Corbett 


Lumber. 




H. F. Bullard. 


Shingles and laths 






Rough lumber 






Rough lumber 






Rough lumber... 






Rough lumber 






Rough lumber... 




J. K. Pierce 


Rough lumber- 




J. M. Smith 


Rough lumber 






Rough lumber 






Rough lumber 




Hays Peterson.. 


Rough lumber 






Rough lumber 




W. A. Warwick 


Rough lumber . 




W. J. Hardee 


Rough lumber 




I. H. Chason 


Rough lumber 




T. J. Johnson . 


Corn meal 




David Lewis 


Shingles 




J. E. Rice.... 


Rough lumber, shingles... 










M. L. Settemys... 






John Jaurette 


Corn meal and rough lumber 




G. C. Long 


Rough lumber. . 




512 
513 
514 
515 


C. D. Weeks 






C. E. Godwin 






John L. Joyce 






S. W. Smith 


Distilling, crude turpentine 




516 
517 
518 
519 


J. J. Knox 






O. D. MilHan. 


Rice flour, velvet beans, corn meal and rough lumber 
Corn meal and rough lumber 




W. B. Simmons 


J. T. West.... 






520 
521 
522 


T. A. Holden 






E. H. Patterson 


Rough lumber 1 




J. W. Lashley... 






523 
524 


W. R. Holmes 


Publishing and job printing 




Peter Rouark 


Spirits turpentine, crude turpentine 




525 



184 



North Carolina Lador Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



526 

527 

528 

529 

530 

631 

532 

533 

534 

535 

536 

537 

538 

539 

540 

541 

542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

547 

548 

549 

550 

551 

552 

553 

554 

555 

556 

557 

558 

559 

560 

561 

562 

563 

564 

565 

566 

567 

568 

569 

570 

571 

572 

573 

574 

575 

576 

577 

578 



County 



Brunswick . 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

..._do _ 

...-do 

_...do 

._.-do _. 

....do _- 

....do 

...do 

.__do 

...do 

...do 

__.do.. 

....do 

Buncombe. 

-...do 

.---do 

....do -. 

-...do 

....do 

...-do 

-...do 

-...do 

..--do 

-...do -- 

-...do - 

--..do 

-.--do -. 

..-.do 

....do 

-...do 

-.--do 

..--do 

..--do 

....do 

--..do 

-...do 

--..do-. 

-.-.do 

---.do- 

--..do 

..--do 

..-.do 

-...do. 

-...do 

--..do 

--..do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 

...-do 



Postoffice 



Shallotte 

-.-do... 

...do... 

...do.. ---- 

Southport.R.F.D 
Southport 



...do. 

...do -. 

...do 

---do 

Supply — 

...do... - 

...do.. 

.--do 

...do --. 

Winnabow- 

Alexander 

Asheville 

...do -.- 

...do - 

..-do 

...do 

--.do -- 

.--do- 

..-do 

.--do --- 

---do- 

...do 

...do 

...do --.- 

.-.do 

---do -- 

..--do- 

...do 

.-..do.. -. 

...do.. 

.-.-do.. -- 

...-do 

Asheville, R. 4. 

..--do 

..--do 

..--do 

...-do 

...-do 

...-do 

..--do 

.--do 

.-..do 

.-..do 

.-..do.. 

.-..do 

..--do 

-.-do 



Factory 



P. & B. Rourk - 

G. E. Shallotte --- 

Shallotte Trading Co., Part... 

White's Garage. 

W. J. Joyce 

J. C. Livingston... - 

Ocean Sea Food and Canning Co..- 

E. Sellers 

Southport Fish Scrap Oil Co 

Southport Lumber Co 

S. H. Hewett, Ind - 

J. N. Lancaster. Ind - 

Parley & Crockett 

J. E. Robinson, Ind -. 

Peter Rouark Co 

Murrell Sawmill, Ind 

Alexander Mills 

Acme Printing Co. 

American Feed Milling Co 

W. H. Arthur, Ind 

Asheville French Dry Cleaning Co. 

Asheville Harness Co 

Asheville Milling Corp 

Asheville Packing Co 

Asheville Power and Light Co 

AshevillePrintingandEngravingCo 

Asheville Steam Bakery 

Asheville Steam Laundry --. 

Asheville Supply and Foundry Co.. 

Biltmore Wheat Hearts 

Blue Ridge Lime Co -- 

Carolina Creamery Co., Inc 

Carolina Machinery Co., Cor 

Champion Chemical Co., Ind 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Part 

Club Cafe and Candy Kitchen 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co - 

Commercial Service Co., Cor .-. 

Craggy Milling Co 

The Florida-Piedmont Directory Co. 

Gennett Lumber Co --- 

Georgia Talc Co 

Grover Printing Co., Ind 

Ilackney-Moale Co., Inc 

Harris Printing Co ' 

Ideal Print ery 

Independent Scale Co 

The Inland Press 

J. T. Isom...- -.. 

T. P. Johnson & Co 

Wm. M. Jones 

Knoxville Directory Co., Inc 

Lindsey's Candy Shop 



President 



F. R. Hendricks. 



T. D. Rhodes, V.-Pr. 

J. W. Grimes 

Curtis Bynum 



C.F.Sumner, Sec.-Tr. 



Partnership. 
E. B. Glenn- 



Wm. M. Jones, Prop. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



185 



Continued. 



Secretary 



P. Rourk 

G. E. Shallotte — 

W. L. Swan 

R. D. White 

W. J. Joyce 

J. C. Livingston . 
Richard Dosher.. 

E. Sellers— 

J. D. Sutton 

A. F. Benjamin. 

S. H. Hewett 

J. N. Lancaster. 

E. Sellers 

J. E. Robinson... 

Peter Rouark 

W. W. Murrell.... 

E. V. Merrill 

J. W. Godwin.... 

F. M. Weaver 

W. H. Arthur.... 

J. C. Wilber 

C. M. Webster..., 



W. M. Cants 

H. W. Plummer. 



M. K. Zenaell. 
James McKoy. 
H. J. Sutton.. 



M. Post 

Charlie Nichols. 
Chester Brown.. 
Isadore Arakus. 

R. L. Ellis 

E. H. Miller 



E. H. Miller. 



J. Frazier Glenn 

P. W. Grover 

P. E. Morrow 

Fenton H. Harris.. 

G. P. Young 

LawTence H. Jones. 

Frank A. Barber 

J. T. Isom 

H. B. Proffitt 



Articles Manufactured 



t- C tn 

° C SR 
u o c 



E. H. Miller 

Herbert L. Lindsey. 



Rough lumber 

R ough lumber 

Distilling crude turpentine 

Repairing automobiles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Shrimp, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Fish scrap and fish oil 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber -- 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Spirits turpentine, rosin 

Rou gh lumber 

Flour, corn meal grinding 

Job printing 

Horse and cattle feed 

Gutter work, roofing, tinner 

Dyeing, cleaning, etc 

Saddles 

Flour and meal 

Slaughter and tankage 

Car repairs 

J ob printing 

Bread and pastry 

Steam laundry 

Mach. shop, brass & iron foundry & dlrs in mill sup'i 

Manufacturers of cereal 

Burnt lime, agricultural lime and crushed rock... 

Ice cream, wholesale and retail milk 

Foundry and machine shop products 

Scrubbing p owder 

Soft drinks 

Ice cream, confections, restaurant 

Coca-Cola, soda water 

Directory publishing 

Meal, flour and feed 

Directory publishers 

Lumber 

Talc and talc crayons 

Job printing 

Job printing, book-binding, etc 

Job printing 

Job printing 

Computing scales 

Job printing 

Wagon repairing and body building 

Sheet metal and tin work 

Sash, doors, windows, etc 

Directory publishers 

Candy 



1918 



1902 
1905 



Invested 
Capital 



3,000 

2,500 

5,000 

1,950 

2,250 

2,250 

30,000 

2,000 

143,153 

3,866 

4,000 

800 

3,000 

3,000 

1,500 

1,000 

13,950 

220 

35,800 

21,000 

17,985 

43,292 

12,000 

6,575 

31,300 

3,200 

31,558 

102,813 

311,200 

7,2.33 

24,800 

113,321 

92,244 

1,825 

48,470 

20,000 

78,396 

2,500 

25,000 

675 

100,000 

32,000 

450 

22,729 

950 

250 

97,900 

52,531 

605 

10,550 

10,432 

10,000 

500 



No. 



526 
527 
528 
529 
530 
531 
532 
533 
534 
535 
536 
537 
538 
539 
540 
541 
542 
543 
544 
545 
546 
547 
548 
549 
550 
551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 
559 
560 
561 
562 
563 
564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 
571 
572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 



186 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 



579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 
585 
586 
587 
588 
589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 
600 
601 
602 
603 
604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
611 
612 
613 
614 
615 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
621 
622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 



County 



Buncombe. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

do 

....do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...'do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.-..do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

---do 

-..-do- 

-...do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

-..do 

.-.-do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

-—do 

-—do 

—do 

-—do 

.---do 

---do 

-..do 

..-do 

Burke 



PostofEce 



Asheville. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

—do 

..--do_— _ 
.--do 

.---do..-. 

..--do 

...-do 



.do. 
.do. 
-do- 
.do. 
.do- 



Azalea 

Barnardsville 

...do 

...do 

Biltmore 

...do -- 

...do 

Black Mountain. - 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

Candler 

...do 

Candler, R. 1 

Candler, R. 4 

...do- 

Candler 

Craggy, R. 4 

Dillingham... 

Democrat 

Fairview. _ . 

Fletcher, R. F. D 

Juno, R. 4 

Leicester. _. 

Leicester, R. 1 

Leicester.. -. 

Luther 

Stocksville 

Swannanoa. 

_--do 

—do 

Weaverville 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Yancey... 

Bridgewater 



Factory 



A. L. McLean & Co 

McRary & Son 

Mountain City Steam Laundry, Inc. 

Paul's Bakery 

Piedmont Directory Co., Inc. 

Poole & Co 

C. S. Pugh, Ind 

Purity Bakery. _ 

The Bend _ 

Sanitary Laundry 

G. C. Shehan Brick Co., Ind._ 

J. B. Shope, Ind _ 

R.I. Smathers Mattress Factory, Ind. 

Whiteside Printing Co., Ind 

T. J. Woodard Lumber Co 

Azalea Woodworking Co 

J. A. Arrowood- 

J. H. Carson __. 

Mrs. C.C.Greenwood & M.E.Haynes 

Asheville Mica Co 

Biltmore Milling Co 

Williams-Brownell Planing Mill Co. 

North Fork Lumber Co.. - 

O. K. Corn Mill 

B. J. Ownby 

Perley & Crockett 

J. A. Walker ..._ _ 

W. J. Gudger _ 

W. M. Penland & Son __ _ 

Peoples Roller Mills _. 

Pisgah Roller Mills 

Valley Roller Mills 

Waters, McFeer & Waters 

Craggy Milling Co - 

J. B. Howell 

Carter Milling Co 

R. L. McBrayer -- 

Alexander Bros 

Rymer's Mills 

Duckett & Penland 

Ford Brothers 

Leicester Roller Mill 

Omar Khayyam Pottery 

C. S. Ball -.. 

Patton & Dillingham 

Reighard Lumber Co 

Swannanoa Roller Mill 

Reems Creek Pottery Works 

Reems Creek Roller Mill. 

J. K. Robinson - 

Weaverville Milling Co 

Greenwood & Blackstock, Part 

O. H. Biggenstaff 



President 



E. Wilder, Mgr.&Prp. 



T. J. Woodard. 



Geo. B. Donkel, O'n'r 



Miscellaneous Factories 



ISl 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



■g <u 

"-Em 

O e CD 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



A. L. McLean 

J. N. McRary 

L. U. Green 

C. C. Paul 

A. E. Miller 

J. D. Miller 

C. S. Pugh 

D. Z. Miller 

Mrs. A. W. Wilson- 



G. C. Shehan 

J. B. Shope 

R. I. Smathers 

Ed. W. Whiteside. 



W. O. Riddick.. 
J. A. Arrowood. 



Sheet metal works and tin works 

Repair work and rebuilding truck bodies. 

Laundry 

Cakes and pies -- 

Directories 

Dyeing and cleaning 

Cigars.. 

Baked goods 

Soft drinks, sundaes, etc 

Laundry. 

Brick. 

Rough lumber 

Mattresses and pillows 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber - 



M. E. Haynes.. 

W. Vance Brown. 

C. M. McCall 

D. J. Bullock, Treas. 
L. A. Bruce 



B. J. Ownby..- 
Fred A. Perley . 
J. A. Walker...- 
W. J. Gudger... 
W. M. Penland. 
Wm. E. Cole.... 

B. J. Luther 

Jack Gaston 



C. F. Sinns 

J. B. Howell 

T. V. Foster 

R. L. McBrayer. 
B. J. Alexander. 
T. M. Rymer.-.. 



J. Ben Ford 

Oscar Duckett... 
O. L. Bachelder. 

C. S. Ball 

W. D. Patton.... 
L. E. Reighard.. 
J. C. Connelly... 



J. H. Wright. 



W. J. Buchanan... 
T. E. Blackstock.. 
O. H. Biggerstaff. 



Rough lumber 

Flour, corn meal and bran 

Buyingprod.ofmicamin^s;prep'ngsameforcons'mrs. 

Custom grain and feed mill 

Dressed lumber, box shooks, etc 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Corn meal 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 



Pottery, crocks... 

Flour, corn meal, bran meal, feed. 

Flour and feed mill__ 

Flour and feed 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Flour, bran, corn meal 

Flour, corn meal, bran, feed 

Corn meal 



Flour and feed- 



Rough lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Pottery and art ware.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber :.., 

Planing-mill products , 
Flour and grist mill.. 

Pottery 

Flour and grist mill... 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



6,566 

14,107 

24,618 

19,500 

10,000 

8,600 

610 

5,110 

200 



7,500 
5,200 
9,080 
5,701 

34,107 

93,000 
1,800 

64,300 

2,700 

235,000 

12,625 
120,362 

67,500 



275 

144,300 

5,975 

575 

720 

4,850 

16,950 

6,950 

2,640 

35,075 

350 

14,723 

350 

1,445 

2,500 

3,500 

4,800 

22,900 

4,750 

5,000 

3,233 

16,380 

3,400 

600 

3,200 

3,650 

11,000 

113,550 

1,000 



188 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



632 
633 
634 
635 
636 
637 
638 
639 
640 
641 
642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
649 
650 
651 
652 
653 
654 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 



670 
671 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 
677 
678 
679 
680 
681 
682 
683 
684 



County 



Burke 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do _ 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

..-.do 

.---do 

....do 

..--do 

....do _ 

-.--do _ 

.---do 

---do 

----do 

.---do 

__--do 

----do 

----do 

-..do 

....do 

----do 

— -do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

---do 

----do 

.-..do 

---.do 

----do 

----do 

....do 

----do 

-...do 

_--.do_ 

----do 

--.do 

---do 

---.do 

----do 

Cabarrus- 

---do 

.---do 

_-_.do 

....do- 



Postoffice 



Bridgewater 

....do 

..--do 

.---do 

Connelly Springs. 

.---do 

.---do 

..--do 



.---do 

.-.-do .-_- 

..--do 

.---do-- 

Connelly Spgs, R.2 
Connelly Springs. 

.---do 

Drexel 

.---do 

Glen Alpine 

---do 

Hildebran 

Icard 

Jonas Ridge. 

...do 

Morganton, R. 1_. 

Morganton 

....do 

...do 

.---do _- 

.---do 

.-..do 

....do- 

.---do— - 

.--do 



.--do 

.---do 

.---do _- 

Morganton, R. 1.. 

Morganton _- 

Morganton, R. 1. - 

....do 

Nebo, R. 2 

Rhodhiss 

RutherfordCollege 

Valdese.. 

....do 

....do 

.---do 

Worry 

Cabarrus 

Concord 

.---do 

---do 

---do— 



Factory 



Bridgewater Milling Co --. 

Lyerly Lumber Co -.- 

G. B. Mangum 

Ed. McCarthy and Lem Harris 

W. C. Abee 

O. A. Abee and W. H. Deal 

J. E. Coulter 

R. S. & W. P. DeaL 

U. L. Hudson 

D. F. Huffman Grist Mill... 

J. M. Huffman _._ 

J. J. Jasamine _- 

Jones & Perry 

McGalliard Falls Roller Mills- 

C. F. Wellman --- 

Drexel Lumber Co 

Drexel Roller M;ll 

Glen Alpine Milling Co. 

Pitts & Giles 

J. E. Brittain 

Icard Mfg. Co.... 

Puett Bros 

Nelson Rose 

Baileys Fork Roller Mill 

T. P. Buff 

J. P. Bumgarner 

W. T. Carswell 

T. V. Denton 

Duckworth Brick Co 

Kistler, Lesh & Co 

Mace Bros 

Mechanics Planing Mill 

D. B. Moore & Co 

Morganton Bottling Works 

Morganton Handle Co 

Morganton Ice and Fuel Co 

TheMorgantonMfg.andTrading Co. 

Morganton Roller Mills _ 

Silver Creek Roller Mill 

J. F. Spain & J. McNeill - 

Browning's Corn Mill. 

Hickory Brick Co 

R. O. Cassell 

J. R. Benfield 

Waldensian Bakery--- 

Waldensian Paper Box Co _ 

Waldensian Swiss Embroidery Co.-- 

Caldwell .Mills 

J. C. McEachern 

Allison & Goodright 

Auto Tractor Co. 

J. C. Blume Garage 

M. L. Blume Repair Shop. 



President 



Walker Lyerly, Prop. 



P. O. Williams, Mgr.. 



Geo. W. Hildebran.. 



Ed. Alexander. 



Philo G. Harbison. 

J. E. Coulter 

J. L. McCall 



\ 



Miscellaneous Factories 



189 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


-a 
-a S 
« a 

? a 

O, C Oj 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








$ 11,119 

39,000 

1,000 

500 

3,250 

1,100 

6,000 

1,100 

1,700 

850 

600 

1,500 

500 

3,000 

1,000 

500 

4,870 

10,408 

53,000 

2,000 

15,300 

2,000 

1,000 

6,000 

700 

5,000 

2,014 

200 

1,500 


632 








633 








634 


Ed. McCarthy 






635 


W. C. Abee 






636 


0. A. Abee, Mgr 






637 


J. E. Coulter . . 






638 


R. S. Deal — . 






639 


Hudson & Huffman 






640 


D. F. Huffman 






641 


J. F. Huffman 






642 








643 


W. R. Jones 


Flour and corn meal.. . . __. _ 




644 


J. H. Mull_.._ 






645 


C. F. Wellman 






646 






1920 


647 


S. Huffman . 


Roller mill . .. 


648 


A. W. Trexler 






649 








650 


J. E. Brittain 






651 


S. S. Short ._ 




1914 


652 


Walter Puett 




653 


Nelson Rose . 






654 


E. W. Phifer 






655 


T. P. Buff 






656 


J. P. Bumgarner 


Rough lumber . 




657 


W. T. Carswell 


Rough lumber . 




658 


T. V. Denton 


Shingles 




659 


Fons Duckworth ... . 


Brick .. . 


1917 

1891 


660 






661 






3,000 
3,000 
7,000 
2,000 
2,000 
8,000 

53,283 
7,000 
2,500 
5,000 
500 
2,000 
1,500 
1,500 
9,000 

15,396 

60,793 
9,568 
1,050 
2,250 

19,684 

3,751 

374 


662 








663 


D. B. Moore 




1920 


664 






665 


H. F. Payne. 


Rough lumber 




666 


Isaac M. Taylor, Owner. 


Ice- 




667 


John A. Dickson 






668 








669 








670 


J. McNeill 






671 


Ben Browning 






672 


L. S. Lowman 






673 








674 


J. R. Benfield 






675 


J. R. Rostan... 






676 


A. F. Sanger 






677 


H. Clot 






678 


L. P. Henderson 


Flour and grist mill 




679 


W. C. McEaohern. 






680 


L. L. Allison 


Rough lumber 




681 


F. R. Barringin 


Repairing auto tractors and auto tires and accessories 




682 


J. C. Blume 


683 


M. L. Blume 


Repairs, machinery 




684 



190 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Taule No. 1— 



No. 



685 
686 



687 



690 
691 
692 
693 
694 
695 
696 
697 
698 
699 
700 
701 
702 
703 
704 
705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
710 
711 
712 
713 
714 
715 
716 
717 
718 
719 
720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 
731 
732 
733 
734 
735 
736 



County 



Cabarrus- 
....do 



_._.do 

.-.-do 

----do 

----do 

..--do 

--..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_-__do 

.._-do 

....do 

....do 

-.-.do 

...-do 

....do 

_...do 

__..do 

__._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

---do 

_---d0 

..__do 

Caldwell. 

_.-do 

---do 

----do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

-.-.do 

....do...-. 
..-.do...-. 

--..do 

.--.do 

...-do 

.-..do 

..-do 

....do 

....do..... 
....do..... 
....do.—. 



PostofEce 



Concord. 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do.... -- 

...do 

...do _ 

...do 

.--do- 

---do 

--do 

.--do 

---do 

.--do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Glass 

Gold Hill 

Gold Hill, R. 2.. 

Harrisburg 

Huntersville 

Kannapolis 

...do 

Midland 

Mount Pleasant. 

...do 

...do 

...-do 

Buffalo Cove 

CoUettsville 

....do 

....do 

..-do. 

Finley 

Globe 

.—do 

.--do 

.---do 

.--do 

.--do 

.-..do 

Granite Falls 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-do 

Hudson 



Factory 



Carolina Bottling Co 

Concord Daily Tribune and Concord 

Times 

Concord Foundry 

Concord Job Printing Co 

Concord and Kannapolis Gas Co.-- 

Concord Steam Bakery-- - 

Concord Steam Laundry 

Eagle Ice Cream Co 

Frieze & Utley Marble Works 

Fuller's Vulcanizing Shops 

Gowan's Medical Co 

Model Milling Co 

National Lumber Co 

F. C. Niblock Tin Shop 

Nossar Candy Kitchen 

Poplar Tent Ginning and Imp. Co.. 

A. B. Pounds 

Rocky River Mills 

W. H. Scarboro Ice Cream Factory. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co 

C. L. Letaker 

C. A. Barringer & Sons 

A. C. Lentz Harness Works 

Harrisburg Improvement Co 

J. R. Wallace Sawmill 

The Concord Observer 

R. M. House 

A. P. Widenhouse 

Mount Pleasant Garage 

Mount Pleasant Lumber Co... 

Mount Pleasant Milling Co 

Hosea Whitley 

Zed Robbins. Ind 

CoUettsville Roller Mill 

T. J. Moore 

Avery Parmer.. 

W. P. Spencer, Ind... 

J. A. Bolick, Ind 

L. T. -Austin 

Austin, Moore & Estes 

D. S. Moore, Ind. 

W. R. Clark 

Crump, Austin & Co 

Globe Mills 

R. D. Greon, Ind 

Dudley Lumber Co 

Granite Bottling Works 

Granite Falls Milling Co 

W. P. Hayes, Ind 

H. L. Robinson, Ind 

Warlick & Sherrill Co 

T. C. Bumgarner 



President 



S. O. Dusenberry. 
L. D. Coltron 



D. B. Coltrane. 



W. Ed. Harris. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



191 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


T3 

~ o c 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 


J. F. Honeycutt 






S 33,038 

16,147 

14,101 

2,500 

187,212 

11,237 

9,701 

1,930 

3,599 

3,576 

12,671 

25,000 

204,771 

2,300 

909 

2,025 

18,500 

2,000 

1,100 

111,392 

1,725 

500 


685 


J. B. Sherrill 






686 


C A Blackwelder 




687 


R C Litaker Owner 




688 




Gas-_-_ ---- 


689 


J. F. Earnhardt 






690 


R. E. Ridenhour 






691 








692 








693 


M. B. Fuller 






694 








695 


G. H Corriter 






696 


W. H Gibson Vice-P 






697 


F. C. Niblock 






698 








699 


C. R. Andrew 




1908 


700 


A. B. Pounds 




701 


R. F. Stallings 






702 


W. H. Scarboro 






703 








704 


C. L. Letaker 






705 








706 








707 






1901 


6,000 
2,100 
6,800 

16,050 

19,600 
2,200 

12,750 
4,450 
9,350 
1,400 
7,000 
1,000 
1,500 
2,000 
1,000 
1,500 
1,600 
1,500 
1,500 
1,000 
800 
1,800 

21,000 

1,200 

8,560 

900 

1,400 

28,464 
2,500 


708 






709 


G. Ed. Kestler 






710 


C. M. Hansel 






711 








712 








713 








714 


C. M. Crowell 






715 


L. Hosea Whitley 






716 


W. L. Wilson 






717 


J. Grezett 






718 


T. J. Moore 






719 








720 


W. P. Spencer 






721 


J. A. Bolick 






722 








723 


W. W. Moore 






724 








725 








726 








727 


Kelly Pendly.... 






728 


R. D. Green 






729 








730 








731 








732 


W. P. Hayes 






733 


H. L. Robinson 






734 


A. A. Cline 

T. C. Bumgarner 


Ext.din'gtables,exc.andpickersticks,ven.w'pbeads- 




735 
736 



392 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



737 

738 

739 

740 

741 

742 

743 

744 

745 

746 

747 

748 

749 

750 

751 

752 

753 

754 

755 

756 

757 

758 

759 

760 

761 

762 

763 

764 

765 

766 

767 

768 

769 

770 

771 

772 

773 

774 ! 

775 

776 

777 

778 

779 

780 

781 

782 

783 

784 

785 

786 

787 

788 

789 



CaldwelL 

...do 

....do 

...do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

...do 

...do 

.—do 

....do 

....do 

....do..... 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

..--do 

...-do 

....do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do..... 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do..... 
....do..... 

..--do 

.---do 

..-do 

....do 

....do..... 
....do..... 

....do 

.._.do 

....do..... 
....do...-, 
-..-do-..-. 
.-_-do—- . 

.--do 

.--do—-. 

-.-do— -. 
.--do-—, 
--.-do—. 
....do..... 
....do.... 
.-..do...- 
....dc— 



Kings Creek 

Kings Creek, R. D 

Kings Creek 

.-..do 

...do 

Legerwood 

...do 

Lenoir 

Lenoir, R. 2 

Lenoir, R. 4 

Lenoir, R. 1 

Lenoir 

....do 

...do _. 

....do 

...do 

...do 

Lenoir, R. 2 

Lenoir 

...do 

...do --. 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do_ 

Lenoir, R. 2 

Lenoir 

-..do.. 

....do 

-..do 

....do 

-..do. 

.._.do 

Lenoir, R. 2 

Mortimer 

....do 

Patterson 

....do 

_...do _ 

_._.do 

-..do 

Sawmill 

Upton 

....do 

....do 

Yadkin Valley 



T. H. Braybill 

G. M. Isenhour _ 

W. F. Jarvis, Ind 

Kings Creek Roller Mill 

S. A. McDade 

H. A. Dobbins 

Grier Bros ._ 

Allen Wagon Co 

R. T. Anton 

Austin Bros 

Barlow & Son 

J. P. Blair.- 

W. C. Brannon 

R. A. Brown, Ind. _ 

E. H. Bryant -.- 

L. D. Barlow 

Cedar Valley Mill 

Cedar Valley Roller Mills 

E. W. & W. M. Clay 

M. W. Pruitt 

D. C. Flowers 

Edgar & J. F. Flowers 

Arthur Fox. 

W. I. Fox 

Grit Printing Co _._ 

C. H. Holloway 

B. G. Johnson 

Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co _ 

Lenoir Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Mills, Inc..- 

Lenoir Veneer Co... 

T. W. Mattba 

A. G. Miller 

Mint-Cola Bottling Co 

Olive and Felix McRany 

Powell Bros 

Price-Cline Harness and TanningCo. 

Reins Bros.. 

J. T. Talbert 

Tuttle's Mill 

Wilson Mills 

W. A. Gurley 

Perry Killian 

Ed. Bryant 

John R. Hagerman 

F. Z. Robbins 

M. P. Sudderth 

T. S. Setser 

G. E. Icard 

W. R. Clark ." 

Crump & Bolick — _ 

W. B. Eates 

J. W. Sanders 



G.L.&H.E. Austin, Pps 
R. W. Barlow 



Miscellaneous Factories 



193 



Continued. 



Secretary 



T. H. Braybill.... 

G. M. Isenhour 

W. H. Livingston . 

T. D. Ernest 

S. A. McDade 

Hugh A. Dobbins. 



J. P. Barlow... 

J. P. Blair 

W. C. Brannon. 
R. A. Brown 



L. D. Barlow - 
W. L. Deal... 
V. T. Watts-. 
E. W. Clay... 
M. W. Pruitt. 



E. L. Flowers 

A.G.Miller 

W. I. Fox 

W. A. Leslie 

C. H. Holloway . 
B. G. Johnson _ . 
T. S. Jennings. . 

L. E. Rabb 

J. C. Guire 

M. H. Craddock. 
T. W. Mattba-... 

A. G. Miller 

R. S. McGowan. 
Olive McRany... 



C. E. Rabb 

R. F. Reins 

Mrs. J. T. Talbert. 

D. B. Tuttle 

J. A. Andrews 



Perry Killian... 
Geo. L. Powell. 



F. Z. Robbins.. 
M. P. Sudderth . 
T. S. Setser 

G. E. Icard 



W. W. Moore 

J. W. Moore, Mgr. 
Geo. L. Powell . ... 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Flour and corn meal.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Wagons, body repairs. 



Rough lumber 

Lumber and ties.. 

Rough lumber 

Biead, pies, cakes. 
Rough lumber 



Rough lumber 

Flour, corn meal 

Corn meal, flour 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal . 

Rough luml>er 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Finished chairs 

Rough lumber 

Flour, feed and meal 

Veneers 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal, flour 

Bottling soft drinks 

Rough lumber and shingles... 

Common brick 

Harness and tanning 

Tombstones and monuments. 

Rough luniLer 

Flour and corn meal 

Corn meal, flour — _. 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumbei 

Rough and dressed lumber . 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



tH O C 

5S« 



1912 



Invested 
Capital 



1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
5,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
4,200 
1,500 
750 



700 

900 

1,400 

1,000 

4,000 

2,500 

900 

250 

1,300 

1,000 

425 

1,200 

900 

1,000 

1,300 

147,585 

20,000 

57,246 

30,000 

800 

800 

750 

1,300 

2,500 

25,426 

1,600 

1,000 

5,200 

800 

2,000 

1,275 

1,500 

2,800 

1,000 

1,500 

1,500 

1,300 

1,100 

1,000 

1,500 

1,500 



No. 



737 
738 
739 
740 
741 
742 
743 
744 
745 
746 
747 
748 
749 
750 
751 
752 
753 
754 
755 
756 
757 
758 
759 
760 
761 
762 
763 
764 
765 
766 
767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
772 
773 
774 
775 
776 
777 
778 
779 
780 
781 
782 
783 
784 
785 
786 
787 
788 
789 



13— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



194 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



790 

791 

792 

793 

794 

795 

796 

797 

798 

799 

800 

801 

802 

803 

804 

805 

806 

807 

808 

809 

810 

811 

812 

813 

814 

815 

816 

817 

818 

819 

820 

821 

822 

823 

824 

825 

826 

827 

828 

829 

830 

831 

832 

833 

834 

835 

836 

837 

838 

839 

840 

841 

842 



County 



Caldwell - 
Camden . . 

...do 

...do 

Carteret - 
...do.. . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-.-do 

....do 

...-do 

.-.-do.--.. 

--..do 

-—do... 

-...do 

....do.-.- 
— -do., 
--.do-- . 
-..-do-- 
---do-_ 

--.-do--. 

-...do_-.- 
-.-do-.- 
--.-do-_ . 
--..do-, 
---do.... 
---do.... 
--.do--., 
-do-... 

-do-..- 

-do.... 

-do.. 

.do.- 



--.do. 
-.-.do- 

---.do- 

---do. 
-— do- 
---do. 
---do- 
---do. 

---do- 

--.-do- 
--.-do. 
---do. 
--.do. 
...-do. 
----do. 



PostofEce 



Yadkin Valley.. 

Shiloh 

South Mills 

...do 

Atlantic .- 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Beaufort 

...do... 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

...do 

...do 

— .do... 

...do 

...do.... - 

....do .--- 

....do 

.--do 

..--do 

.-.do 

.--do .--- 

.--do .-- 

..Davis .- 

.--.do. .- 

Marshallburg--- 

Merrimon.. 

Morehead City — 

.—do 

.--do 

.--do 

.--do 

.-..do. 

..--do 

.--do 

.-..do 

.-.do 

.-..do 

.--do 

.--do -. 

-—do 

.—do 

-..do 

.-.-do --. 

— .do 

.--do 

..-.do 

-.--do 



Factory 



C. C. Steele 

VV. G. Wright's Sawmill 

W. A. Tschumy 

D. E. Williams' Mill - 

Fulcher's Boat Works 

Hamilton Packing Co. 

Harris Boat Works 

Irwin R obi nson 

Woodland & Co 

Bailey's Auto Shop, Garage 

Barbour Machine Works 

Beaufort Ice Co 

Beaufort Machine Shop 

Beaufort News. 

John Benridge Boat Works 

Carteret Lumber Co. 

C. A. Clawson 

Dey & Bros., Inc 

Doane & Bartlett 

Merrill's Mill .- 

INIoore's Machine Shop - 

Norris' Sawmill — 

Paul's Machine Works 

Powell's Sa wni ill 

Southgate Packing Co. - 

Whitehurst & Rice Boat Works 

Vought's Machine Works 

Davis Canning Works. 

Z. V. Paul Repair Works.. 

M.arshallburg Packing Co 

D. M. Salter --. 

Bell-Wal lace Co 

Canfiel J Logging Co 

Canfield Lumber Co 

Carteret Ice, Trans, and Storage Co. 

C. W. Chadwick Cement Blocks.... 

The Coaster 

Ford Garage 

D. A. Freeman Mfg. Co 

Hop Sing Laundry 

The Interstate Cooperage Co 

Lally 's Garage 

Morehead City Bottling Works 

Morehead City Coca-Cola Btg. Wks 

Morehead City Garage 

Morehead City Machine Co.. 

Morehead City Steam Laundry 

Nelson Machine Works 

.J. S. Parker & Co 

Patterson Service Garage 

Portsmouth Fisheries Co 

Smyrna Fish Factory 



President 



Ambrose Fulcher 



Irwin Robinson 



.do--. ---- Wade's Bakery C. B. Wade 



W. L. Paul, Owner. 
John Benridge 



C. A. Clawson. 



J. R. Norris. 

W. L. Paul, Owner... 



I. S. Southgate. 



Ed. S. Vought,Owner 

Geo. Davis-- 

Z. V. Paul 



G.D. Canfield, Owner 



C. S. Wallace. 



Robert T. Wade. 



D. A. Freeman. 

Hop Sing 

F. W. Weller--- 



J. B. Lewis - 



L. E. Wade- 
W. R. Wade . 



Chas. Nelson . 



Chas. S. Wallace. 
Chas. S. Wallace . 



Miscellaneous Factories 



195 



Continued. 



Secretary 



Chas. C. Steele. 



W. A. Tschumy. 
D. E. Williams.. 



L. Hamilton. 
R. W. Harris. 



Thurston Morris. 

C. G. Bailey 

Nathan Bailey... 
H. Bushall 



W.G.Melan. 



W. R. White, Treas.. 



C. P. Dey 

A. F. Doane.. 
Tom Jaclvson. 
Joseph Moore. 



Daisy Rice. 



E. M. Ward.. 
p. M. Salter. 

S: N. Mills.. 



D. W. Freshwater. 

Allen C. Davis 

Thos. Chadwick... 



Webb A. Jones. 



C. F. White.... 
Lumsten Lally. 



J. E. Jenkins. 



J. S. Parker. 
Jas. Ward... 
W. M. Webb. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber --- 

Lumber, laths and shingles 

Building fish and freight boats. 
Canning oysters 



Building and repairing boats 

Oyster steaming -- 

Auto repair 

Autos and marine engines for boats 

Ice 

Gen. repair marine engines and all motor machinery 

Publishing and job printing 

Building and repairing boats 

Rough lumber 

Bread and pies 

Fish scrap and oil 

Fish scrap and oil 

Rough lumber 

Auto and boat repair 

Rough lumber 

Repairing marine engines and boat machinery.. 

Rough lumber 

Packing oysters, shrimp, mullets, etc 

Boat repair 

Repairing marine engines, boats, etc 

Steaming oysters 

Boat repair 

Oyster steaming .- 

Lumber 

Boat repairing 

Logs and bolts 

Rough lumber 

Ice 

Cement bricks 

Publishing and job printing 

Auto repairing 

Carts, wheels, trucks, etc 

Laundry work 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Soft drinks 

Soft drinks 

Auto repairing 

Repair work 

Laundry work 

Auto repairing 

Grate bars, gas tanks, etc 

Auto repairin g 

Fish scrap and oil 

Fish scrap 

Baked goods 



t. o 

go- 



1906 



Invested 
Capital 



1898 



1904 



1,130 

1,500 

8,500 

20,500 

4,700 

4,600 

4,350 

3,200 

2,802 

5,500 

5,750 

22,567 

3,100 

2,500 

.6,300 

402,838 

700 

48,000 

106,441 

2,550 

4,340 

2,325 

9,015 

1,950 

32,809 

16,200 

5,700 

5,750 

3,250 

4,742 

7,997 

5,784 

4,000 

12,000 

70,000 

4,500 

9,781 

15,000 

3,400 

3,650 

200,000 

6,000 

1,900 

3,264 

3,950 

4,200 

3,575 

8,600 

4,550 

5,510 

150,000 

35,000 

3,000 



No. 



790 
791 
792 
793 
794 
795 
796 
797 
798 
799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 



810 
811 
812 
813 
814 
815 
816 
817 
818 
819 
820 
821 
822 
823 
824 
825 
826 
827 
828 
829 
830 
831 
832 
833 
834 
835 
836 
837 
838 
839 
840 
841 
842 



196 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



843 
844 
845 
846 
847 
848 
849 
850 
851 
852 
853 
854 
855 
856 
857 
858 
859 
860 
861 
862 
863 

864 
865 
866 
867 
868 
869 
870 
871 
872 
873 
874 
875 
876 
877 
878 
879 
880 
881 
882 



887 



891 
892 
893 
894 



Carteret- 

...do..-, 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 
. do... 

...do... 

___do..- 

...do... 

...do... 

_._do..- 
---.do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

Caswell _ 

...do... 

_-do... 
....do.-- 



___do 

_. do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

_._do 

_.-do-... 
...do..- 
--_do.-- 
___do.-. 
Catawba. 
...do.... 

_..do 

...do-.._ 

...do 

...do 

...do.... 
.....do--.. 
...do-.-. 

..--do.-.. 

.---do-.-. 
.---do.-.. 

...-do--.. 

...-do-... 
....do.-.. 
....do..-. 
....do--.. 
....do-... 
-...do--.. 
---.do.-.. 
.-.-do-... 



Postoffice 



Morehead City. 

...do 

...do - — 

...do 

...do -..- 

Newport 

.-.do 

....do 

— do 

...do 

..-do- 

...do 

....do 

...do 

Sea Level 

...do 

Stacy 

Blackwells 

Blanch 

..-.do 

Danville, Va., R. 5 



Milton 

-..do 

...do -___. 

Milton, R. 1.'- 

Semore 

Topknot 

Union Ridge 

...do 

...do 

Yancey ville 

Catawba R. 2-.. 

...do R. 2— 

Catawba 

....do 

..-do 

....do 

Catawba, R. 2... 

.---do R. 2— 

Claremont 

.---do 

.---do 

Conover 

-..-do 

-—do 

....do 

--..do 

.-.do 

Henry, R 2 

Henry 

Hickory 

....do- 



Factory 



Wade's Boat Works 

Wallace Fisheries Co 

Willis Boat and Repair Works- 

Willis Marine Railways 

Taylor's Grist Mill 

Eubank Lumber Co 

Cicero Garner's Grist Mill 

D. L Garner 

Graham's Sawmill 

T. F. Mann 

McCabe & Boone's Sawmill — 

Mann's Repair Shop— 

Newport Garage 

Taylor's Fish Scrap Factory-.. 

V. Taylor Packing Co 

Tyson's Repair Works 

Stacy Boat Works 

C. F. Floyd 

Davis's Sawmill 

.J. R. Davis & Son 

Ray Lumber Co 



,1. J. Burton Grist Mill 

J. A. Hurdle 

Long's M ill 

Willis's Sawmill 

Adams & Co 

Lunsford Mill Co 

."Mdridge Sawmill 

Patilla Sawmill 

Terrell's Mill 

Caswell County Democrat 

A. W. Drum & Bro 

D. Edward Drum 

J. T. Erwin & Son 

Eureka Roller Mills 

J. Mackey 

A. Martin 

Jno. L. Murray 

D. J. Setzer 

Hoke-Setzer Lumber Co 

W. A. Setzer 

Yount-Carpenter 

J. Bolick Sons & Co 

Jerome Bolick 

Conover Roller Mills 

Hewitt-Bank Lumber Co 

Hickory Handle and Mfg. Co. 

Worlong Glove Mfg. Co.. 

R. D. Richie 

StalHngs-Brittain Lumber Co.. 

T. W. Boatwright .-... 

Bowman & Taylor 



President 



Clemson Wade. 



G. T. Eubank, Owner 



James Graham. 



Partnership 

J. R. Davis 

Edward Ray and 
J. D. Riddle, Owners 



Wm. W. Willis, Owner 
T. T. Adams 



F. H. Patilla. 



John L. Murray, Onr 



Miscellaneous Factories 



197 



Continued. 



Secretary 



W. M. Webb, Mgr... 

Alice Willis _.. 

W. Holt, Bus. Mgr. 
Rufe Taylor 



C. Garner 

John Garner. 



Tom Mann 

Earl Boone 

D. E. Mann.... 

James Mann 

T. G. Taylor... 
V. Taylor, Mgr., 

W. Tyson 

Amos Lincoln.., 



J. J. Burton 

J. A. Hurdle 

Mrs. M. J. Long. 



G. W. Oliver... 
W. T. Aldridge. 



J. L. Terrell 

A. Yancey Kerr. 

A. W. Drum 

D. E. Drum 

J. T. Erwin 



W. H. Hoke- 



J. Y. Yount.. 
M. L. Bolick. 



S. S. Rowe 

J. P. Yount... 
A. L Shuford. 
A. L. Shuford. 



R. W. StalUngs. 



Articles Manufactured 



>- o c 

go-s 

1- offl 



Building and repairing boats 

Fish scrap and fish oil 

Building and repairing boats 

Hauling out, painting and repairing small boats.. . 

Corn meal ___ 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal. 

Rough lumber 

Auto, buggy, wagon and farm implement repairs. 

Auto repairing 

Fish scrap, oil, etc 

Oyster canning factory 

Repair of boats andfishingcraft;mfg. oyster midders 

Boat making and repairing 

Roug'h lumber 

Lumber 



Rough lumber. 



Landon G. Bowman. 



Rough lumber 

Corn 

Tobacco flues and stove piping 

Grist mill 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Printing and publishing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Flour, meal and mill feed 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber. 

Grinding wheat, flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber , 

Vehicles, auto bodies and repairing 

Springs, steel buggy and auto wheels, etc. 

Flour and grist mill 

Rough lumber. 

Hammer handles, chicken coops, etc 



Stoneware 

Rough lumber. 

Soft drinks 

Rough lumber. 



Invested xt 
Capital -^°- 



4,510 
150,000 
6,250 
4,000 
2,350 
4.3,484 
5,000 
1.500 
7,930 
4,000 
5,760 
2,390 
3,050 
52,000 
5,000 
4,050 
3,650 
3,600 
300 
1,600 



500 
800 
,646 
200 
900 
700 
,000 
800 
800 
500 
000 
700 
000 
400 
000 
600 
350 
185 
000 
000 
100 
800 
388 
000 
125 
300 
271 
408 
200 
300 
100 
000 



843 

844 

845 

846 

847 

848 

849 

850 

851 

852 

853 

854 

855 

856 

857 

858 

859 

860 

861 

862 

863 
864 
865 
866 
867 



870 
871 
872 
873 
874 
875 
876 
877 
878 
879 
880 
881 
882 
883 



891 
892 
893 



198 



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Table No. 1- 



No. County 



895 

896 

897 

898 

899 

900 

901 

902 

903 

904 

905 

906 

907 

908 

909 

910 

911 

912 

913 

914 

915 

916 

917 

918 

919 

920 

921 

922 

923 

924 

925 

926 

927 

928 

929 

930 

931 

932 

933 

934 

935 

936 

937 

938 

939 

940 

941 

942 

943 

944 

945 

946 

947 



Catawba. 
....do..-. 
_...do.... 
...-do.... 
-...do.-.- 
....do.... 
-.-.do.... 
--..do...- 
....do...- 
....do..-. 
....do.... 

.do...- 

.do.... 

.do..-. 

.do.--. 



-do- 
.do.. 
.do.- 
.do.. 
.do.- 
-do.. 
.d'o.. 
.do.. 



i.w..do. 
..-.do- 
-...do. 



...do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

----do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

-.-do 

-..-do 

..--do 

...-do 

....do 



Postoffice 



Hickory. 

...do.-.. 
....do... 
....do... 
....do-. 
....do.... 
....do.-. 
....do... 
....do..-. 
....do.... 
....do-.. 
....do... 
....do... 
....do..- 
....do... 



.do. 
.do. 



...do 

Hickory, R. 1- 

Hickory -- 

...do --. 

....do 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do... - 

...do 

Lincolnton, R. 2. 

Maiden - 

....do .--- 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Mountain Creek . 

Newton 

....do - 

....do 

Newton R. 1 

Newton 

....do.... --- 

....do 

....do 

-.--do 



Factory 



W. P. Bowman 

Catawba Creamery Co 

City Steam Bakery - 

Clay Printing Co. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Del Rico Cigar Co 

Hickory Cabinet and Mfg. Co 

Hickory Collar Co 

Hickory Flour Mill - 

Hickory Foundry and Machine Co. 

Hickory Harness Co 

Hickory Ice and Coal Co 

Hickory Mfg. Co 

Hickory Marble and Granite Co.-. 

Hickory Novelty Co 

Hickory Overall Co 

Hickory Printing Co 

Hickory Steam Laundry Co 

Hilton Pottery Co --- 

Hutton & Bourbonnais Co 

F. B. Ingold 

■Ivey Mfg. Co 

■ L. L. Moss Cabinet Shop 

Phoenix Roller Mill 

Piedmont Foundry and Mach. Co. 

Piedmont Wagon and Mfg. Co 

L. W. Poovey 

F. L. Propst 

Propst Bros - - 

Sharp & Wilfong- - 

R. M, Slattings 

Standard Canning Co 

P. S. Stillwell & Co 

Willis & Wyant 

Finger Bros. - - 

O. O. Abernathy & Bro 

L. S. Caldwell & Son 

Clay Mfg. Co 

Gilleland Bros 

Jones & Beal 

Keener & Co 

W. B. Murray 

J. L. Puntch- 

Mountain Creek Roller Mills 

H. B. Barringer - 

The CaroUna Glove Co 

East Carolina Motor Co. 

Ford Hudson & Co 

P. L. Jarrette 

Newton Glove Mfg. Co.... 

Newton Ice and Fuel Co 

Newton Oil and Fertihzer Co 

Newton Roller Covering Shop 



President 



J. F. Dellinger 

M. G. Grouch, Part. 



S. L. Bowman, Part 



J. D. Elliott. 



W. M. Reese. 



E. A. Hilton, Part... 
G. N. Hutton 



Wm. F. Fogle- 



S. P. Finger 

[Props. 

L. S. & J. H.-Caldwell 



G. W. Keener. 



J. S. Yount. 



H. M. Yount.. 
J. M. Wagner. 



W.D.Misenheimer, O'r. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



199 



Continued. 



Secretary 



W. J. Shuford. 

Chas. W. Ellington. 

J. C. Miller 

R. L. Ellis 



P. A. Sitzer 

O. C. Cloninger. 
G. J. Ivey 



Herman Payne.— 

J. G. Carrier 

Chas. P. Bolch... 

C. H. Cline 

A. C. Henderson - 



J. E. Walker, Mgr. 



A. B. Hutton- 



G. F. Ivey—. 
L. L. Moss — 
L. R. Brewer. 
J. H. HuUer- 
A. Martin 



C. C. Propst. 
J. O. Sharp.- 



0.0. Abernathy. 



J. C. Campbell. 
M. O. Gilleland. 
R. L. Jones 



Charles Cook. 



Articles Manufactured 



26„ 
Id o n 

CI <~^ 



Rough lumber 

Butter, buttermilk, ice cream 

Bakery, bread, cakes and pies... 

Printing and publishing 

Bottling Coca-Cola and soda waters 

Cigar manufacturers 

Screens, sash and doors 

Horse collars 

Flour, meal and feed 

Foundry and machine shop 

Manufacturers of harness goods and repairing same 

ilanufacturer ice . 

Sash, doors, etc 

Monuments and tombstones 

Sash, doors, etc 

Overalls and pants 

Job printing 

Steam laundry 

Stoneware 

Lumber and box shocks 

Sheet metal manufacturers 

School desks 

Sash, doors, blinds, etc 

Flour and feed 

Foundry and machine shop 

Farm wagons 

Brick 



Invested 
Capital 



1890 



1907 



1903 



1920 



S. D. Hank. 



Rough lumber 

Stoneware 

Canning vegetables 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Plow handles.-- 1 

Rough lumber 

Doors, sash, flooring, ceiling 

Picker sticks, plant beams, loom spindles. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Boxes, doors, sash 

Flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber—- 

Flour and grist mill 

Rough lumber 

C) oth gloves 

Auto repairs 

Flour and corn meal -- 

Flour and corn meal 

Cotton work gloves 

Manufacturers ice 

Crushing cotton seed 

Recovering cotton mill rollers 



3,000 

86,966 

5,046 

24,497 

41,453 

3,250 

3,070 

42,425 

40,000 

8,152 

5,708 

42,958 

24,000 

1,375 

35,421 

72,201 

2,050 

10,874 

700 

150,000 

1,500 

50,000 

10,375 

4,200 

23,500 

741,451 

1,000 

1,000 

1,200 

4,000 

200 

350 

600 

1,000 

11,042 

1,000 

4,000 

27, 195 

2,800 

1,500 

7,000 

15,500 

500 

2,000 

1,100 

22,374 

8,200 

3,500 

5,000 

19,000 

25,000 

62,200 

2,250 



200 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



948 
949 
950 
951 
952 
953 
P54 
955 
956 
957 
958 
959 
960 
961 
962 



965 



967 
968 
969 
970 
971 
972 
973 
974 
975 
976 
P77 
978 
979 
980 
981 
982 
983 
984 
985 
986 
987 



990 
991 
992 
993 
994 
995 
996 
997 



County 



Catawba - 

_...do 

....do 

....do 

..do 

....do 

..__do 

....do 

....do 

Chatham . 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

..__do 

...-do 

-..-do 

....do 

--..do 

....do 



.do-, 
.do., 
-do.. 
....do.. 

----do.. 

....do- 
-..-do. 
-.--do-. 
...-do. 

-.-.dO- 

....do. 
-...do. 
-...do- 
....do. 

--.-do. 

-...do. 
....do. 
.-.-do. 
....do. 
....do- 
.-.-do. 
..-.do. 



...-do-. 
....do-, 
-.--do. 
....do. 
....do- 
.-.-do- 
...-do- 
.-..do- 
--.-do- 
----do- 
..-.do. 



Postoffice 



Newton... 

...do 

...do 

...do - 

...do.... --. 

Reepsville 

Sherrills Ford 

Terrell 

...do. 

Bear Creek, R. 1. 

Rear Creek 

...do 

...do 

Bear Creek. R. 1. 

Boar Creek 

Bennett .-. 

...do. 

....do 

...do 



...do 

Bonlee 

...do 

...do 

Brickhaven 

Brushcreek 

By num.. _ 

...do 

Coleridge 

Cumnock. 

...do 

...do ---- 

-..do 

Cumnock, R. 1 

Cumnock 

-..do 

Goldston 

...do 

...do. ---- 

...do 

.-..do 

...do 

...do..' 

Gulf 

Gulf and Goldston 

Gulf 

.-.do 

Jordan 

Merry Oaks 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Moncure 



Factory 



Newton Roller Mill 

North State Roller Mills. 

.1. H. Plank. 

Speagle & Blackburn 

P. L. Weaver 

Scronce Bros. 

A. P. Hildebrand 

Gabriel Bros 

J. L. Hill 

J. M. Councilman 

Denn Lumber Co 

T. F. Gaines 

Sizemore M ill 

E. P. Spoon 

Standard Milling Co 

\V. C. Brewer... 

M. M. Hammer 

J. A. Prcsnell--- 

Routh's Roller Mill 



W. A. Ward 

Bonlee Milling Co 

Hickory Handle Mfg. Co.. 

Lawrence's Sawmill — 

Cherokee Brick Co 

J 01 dan & Lane 

Chatham Roller \.\\\ 

W. PL Hcarn 

C. E. Brown— 

R. H. Bobbitt's Sawmill... 

A. C. Brown's Sawmill 

J. T. Clark..- 

W. H. Gilmore.... 

F. L. Lanyer's Sawmill 

H. W. Shaw's Sawmill 

D. R. Watson's Sawmill... 

N. F. Barber 

Burke, Beal & Oldham 

G. L. Bynum.. 

B. W. Gains-... 

J. W. Goldston 

A. C. Stinson 

William D, Tillman 

Clarence C. Cole 

The Goldston Brick Co.... 

Gulf Roller Mills 

J. W. Johnson.. 

Lane-Gilliland-Jordan Co. 

Burns Bros.- 

W. M. Dennis 

E. V. Lawrence 

C. W. Parks 

A. N. Hargis 



President 



G. A. Warlick. 



B. C. Routh, Pres. 
and Owner 



B. S. LawTcnce, Ownr 



Miscellaneous Factories 



201 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. W. Killian. 
L. S. Guy — _. 



C. R. Blackburn 

D. L. Scronce 

Tom Gabriel 



W. J. Sizemore. 
G. S. Jourdan__ 



Isaac. H. Dunlap. 
J. J. Lamb 



A. H. London- 



V. S. Atwater . 



Bruce Oldham 
J. Murielson 



C. J. Goldston. 
J. M. Mclver... 



C. W. Jordan. 



Articles Manufactured 



Flour, feed and meal 

Flour and grist mill 

Job printing 

Stoneware 

Manufacturers of pottery . 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Corn and feed meal 



Rough lumber.- 
Flour and meal. 
Rough lumber.. 
Rough lumber .. 



Flour, meal and feed. 

Rough lumber __ 

Flour and grist mill-. 

Handles 

Lumber 

Brick. _- 

Lumber... .._ 

Flour and meal. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber- 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Brick and lumber 

Flour, corn meal, bran, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



t. E m 

O ^ m 

ac 0^ 

h o c 



1916 



1918 



Invested 
Capital 



13,200 

2,600 

700 

200 

1,200 

650 

1,500 

2,500 

900 

2,000 

150 

400 

1,700 

6,000 

10,000 

1,000 

1,500 

8,000 
2,000 
5,000 
13,130 
3,000 
184,200 



2,550 
600 
2,000 
2,200 
1,000 
2,800 
3,400 
2,800 
3,000 
1,000 
475 
2,000 
750 
1,000 
1,000' 
6,000 
1,300 
32,500 
15,666 
2,550 
1,100 
4,000 
3,700 
1,200 
5,000 
1,800 



No. 



949 
950 
951 
952 
953 
954 
955 
956 
957 
958 
959 
960 
961 
962 
963 
964 
965 

966 
967 
968 
969 
970 
971 
972 
973 
974 
975 
976 
977 
978 
979 
980 
981 
982 



985 
986 
987 
988 
989 
990 
991 
992 
993 
944 
995 
996 
997 



202 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1000 
1001 
1002 
1003 
1004 
1005 
1006 
1007 
1008 
1009 
1010 
1011 
1012 
1013 
1014 
1015 
1016 
1017 
1018 
1019 
1020 
1021 
1022 
1023 
1024 
1025 
1026 
1027 
1028 
1029 
1030 
1031 
10.32 
1033 
1034 
1035 
1036 
1037 
1038 
1039 
1040 
1041 
1042 
1043 
1044 
1045 
1046 
1047 
1048 
1049 
1050 
1051 
1052 



County 



Chatham. 

-.-.do 

....do 

_..-do 

_...do 

-.--do 

-.--do 

-...do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

.---do 

-...do 

--..do 

....do 

....do. 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

----do 

.-.-do 

..--do 

....do 

....dc 

....do 

-.-.do 

....do 

---do 

.-..do 

.---do 

....do..-. 

----do 

---do 

..-do 

---do 

----do 

--.-do 

....do 

..-.do 

.. -do 

.---do --.. 

----do 

— -do-.. . 

..--do 

.--do -.-. 

----do 

.---do 

.-..do 

....do 

Cherokee.. 
..--do 



PostofEce 



Moncure 

....do 

....do.-. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

New Hill, R. 2. 

Oakland 

Ore Hill 

Ore Hill, R. 1.. 

....do R. 1.. 

Ore Hill. 

Ore Hill, l.l.. 

....do 

....do 

Pittsboro . 

Pittsboro, R. 3 
Pittsboro. . .. 

....do- 

....do.... 

....do- 



Roscoe 

...do. - 

SilerCity 

....do 

...do.... 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Siler City, R. 1 
SilerCity 

....do... 

....do.... 

.-..do 

....do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



....do 

....do 

....do 

SilerCity, R. 5. 

Siley Citr 

....do 

....do 

Staley 

Andrews 

...do 



Factory 



Marks Bros 

oncureMill and Gin Co 

Moody Burns 

Moore Bros 

Orell-Maddox Lumber Co 

J. R. Poe's Sawmill 

A. A. Wicker 

G.M. Womble 

B. A. Perry'.s Grist Mill 

Brewer t Tally 

Eastridge & Pope 

T. F, Gains & Bros. Lumber Co. 

A. A. Johnson 

Jordan Lane & Page Co 

Kidd Lumber Co 

Leon T. Lane 

Chatham Oil and Fertilizer Co . 

E. A. Clark 

R. A Lineberry 

A. J. Little & Co.. 

J. M. Odell Mfg. Co.. 

E. H. Petty 

Perry- Jones 

Tyrrells Creek Milling Co 

Albright Milling Co 

J. C. Andrews 

.Bray Bros. Brick Co. 

H. H. Elder 

Electric Milling Co 

Garage and Machine Shop 

Green Mill 

Johnson & Lewis. 

L. E. Johnson & Son 

Johnson, Moon & Co 

Johnson, Perry & Co... 

Jones Lumber Co. 

Lane & Teague 

J. I;. McPherson 

G. S. Norwood, Ind 

Oval Oak ^Ifg. Co 

H. C. Perry, Ind 

Walter R. Perry, Ind 

'W. M. Siler, Ind 

Siler City Milling Co 

Staley Milling Co 

Thomas Sawmill 

Wesley Thomas 

White Bros 

Williams, Brower & Co 

Woody & Stone 

Calvin H, Bean 

.\ndrews Ice Co. 

Andrews Manufacturing Co 



President 



C. N. Bray 



J. C. Lane. 



R. S. Williams. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



203 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. W. Marks. 
C. D. OrelL. 
C. D. OrelL. 
J. E. Moore. 
C. D. OrelL. 



W. N. Brewer. 
L. C. Pope.... 
T. F. Gains... 



C. H. Page.. 

D. C. Kidd. 



J. Carroll. 



J. D. Jones 

E. A. Thompson.. 
Hugh W. Johnson 



J. Wade Siler. 
A. A. Lamb.. 



Manson Lewis.. 
S. M. Johnson. 
S. M. Johnson. 
S. M. Johnson. 

A. H. Jones 

J. B. Teague... 



L. L. Wrenn 

J. L. Brothers.. 
W. A. Thomas. 



T. Ira White. 
B. D. Woody. 



B. G. Webb 

Lamar H. Tucker. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal, wheat and flour 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumberf 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Oil mill and fertilizer miser 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber r. 

Rough lumber 

Products of cotton 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Wheat and corn 

Meal and feed 

Brick 

Rough lumber 

Merchants and exchange milling. 

General machine work 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber • 

Gristmill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber _ 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber ._ 

Washboards 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Milling -wheat and flour 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Bent chair stock 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ice 



£ S m 

O ti OS 

tj o c 



1910 



Invested 
Capital 



12,600 
49,500 
2,050 
2,600 
9,200 
1,300 
2,500 
2,000 
1,500 
1,500 

600 
1,000 
2,000 

800 
1,800 

600 

169,000 

2,800 

2,000 

800 
5,075 
3,500 

500 
5,000 
3,000 

250 
2,200 
5,000 
17,500 
1,900 
2,000 

700 
1,000 
1.600 
2,000 
2,550 

900 

700 

700 
18,854 

800 

600 

115 

20,859 

1,500 

2,000 

410 
1,000 
5,250 

700 

500 



367,823 



204 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 




1053 


Cherokee 

-—do 

----do.. 

----do 

— .do... 

.—do .- 

---do- 

--do -- 


Andrews 


W. A. McGee— 




1054 


---do 


Mount Vernon Tannery 




1055 


Birch 






1056 


Culberson 






1057 


.--do - 


J. S. Shields, Ind — - 




1058 


Kinsey 


George & Frank Hartness, Part. 




1059 


Marble— 


Big Cove Lumber Co 




lOfiO 


---do -- 


A. T. Dorsey Lumber Co 




lOfil 


.--do 


.--.do 


J. M. Kilpatrick. 




lOfiS 


---do -. 


....do 


W. R. Lunsford . . .. 




lOfiS 


..--do 

----do -- 


Murphy. 


D. F. Burchfield--"-- 




1064 


....do -.-- 


Cherokee Roller Mills 




1065 


---do 


....do 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co , 




1066 


----do -- 


.---do 


N. C. Dockery 




1067 


----do 


_---do 






1068 


----do- -- 


---do -- 


R.C.Moore •. 




1069 


---do- 


..-do 






1070 


----do 


....do -- 


-Murphy Mills . -- . - 




1071 


---.do 


....do 






107:? 


..--do 


---.do. 




G. 0. Mercer 




1073 


-...do 


.-..do 


The Woodworking Co - 




1074 


----do --- 

..-do 

....do 

Chowan 

-...do 


Shoals Creek 

Unaka 


T. N. Elrod 




1075 


T. C Kilpatrick 




1076 


Valleytown 

Edenton 


Geo. Collett .-- 




1077 




H. L. Story. 




1078 


.--do 






1079 


-.--do 


---.do 






1080 


....do 


....do 


W. G. Brown Grist Mill 




1081 


----do 


.--.do 






1082 


-...do 

....do 


-...do 

....do...- - 


M. B. Chappel, Ind - 




1083 


Chowan Cotton Oil and Fert. Co. 




1084 


-...do.... 


do 


Edent'on Ice and Cold Storage Co. . 
Edenton Peanut Co 


E. R. Couger 




1085 


....do 


.-..do 




1086 


do 


--..do 


Edenton Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.... 
Jno. N. Elliott 


Reuben Martin 




1087 


..-.do 


-...do 




1088 


....do 


...do 


H C Nixon 




1089 


--.-do 


--..do.. -- 






1090 


--..do -. 


-.-.do 


Tuttle-Bell Brick Co 




1091 


....do 


.-..do 


C. D. Webb, Ind 




109"? 


.--.do 


---.do 


Wilkes Veneer Co. 




1093 


-..do 

....do. 


Tyner 


Z W. Evans, Ind 




1094 


....do 


A L. Forehand - . 




1095 


....do 


...do. 


J. W. Parks--. 




1096 


.-..do.... 


-.do 


White 3 Sorghum Mill. 


J. T. White 




1097 


--..do. 


.---do - 


W. H. Twine, Ind 




1098 


Clay 

....do 


Hayesville 

.--.do 


0. A. Davis, Ind.. 




1099 


E. V. McConnell. 




1100 


....do 


----do..- ---- 


The Public Service Co. . . 


E. G. Allison, Mgr.. 




1101 


....do 


.---do- -_ 


T. C. Foven 




1102 


-—do 

Cleveland 

....do 

-..-do -.. 


Shooting Creek - -- 

Belwood 

Belwood, R. 1 

Boiling Springs- . 


Marke H. Rogers 




1103 


Belwood Horse Collar Co 


T. P. Deal 




1104 


Clippard & BuUard 




1105 


C J. Hanwick & Sons .- 





Miscellaneous Factories 



205 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


u O C 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








$ 12,750 

1,061,609 

2,900 

1,250 

12,500 

560 

16,060 

36,500 

1,100 

1,250 

3,500 

500 

10,921 

500 

2,600 

5,825 

540 

12,600 

1,700 

1,300 

3,000 

720 

825 

750 

5,750 

175,526 

500 

900 

550 

1,200 

163,044 

48,982 

193,222 

24,062 

2,200 

1,800 

650 

4,800 

2,500 

21,074 

6,000 

1,525 

2,200 

500 

1,350 

2,500 


1053 


L. E. Bamblitz 






lO.M 




Rough lumber. .-. --- - 




10,55 








1056 


J. S. Shields-- 






1057 


Frank Hartness 


Rough lumber.. .. . 




1058 




Rough lumber.. . . ... ..._._- 




1059 


A. T. Dorsey... 






1060 








1061 




Rough lumber .. . -. .. 




1062 








1063 


L. S. Hale 






1064 


R. L. Ellis- - 


Coca-Cola, soda water . 




1065 








1066 


R. L. Lance . _ . 






1067 








1068 




Job printing.. 




1069 


R. M. Fain- 


Milling ... 




1070 








1071 




Publishing and job printing . 




1072 


M. C. King, Jr 


Lumber _ . .. ..... ... 




1073 








1074 




Wood turned and carved . . 




1075 




Flour and feed. 




1076 




Newspaper and job printing 




1077 


J. G. Small 






1078 


J. B. Parker .. . 


Grinding corn . . __ . 




1079 




Grinding meal and hominy 




1080 


H. E. Nixon— _ 


Grist mill 




1081 








1082 








10R3 




Ice ... 




1084 








1085 




Soft drinks .. . . _ 




1086 




Carts, wagons, repairs . . 




1087 




Rough lumber.. . 




1088 




Shipbuilding and repairs on same 




1089 


R. F. Tuttle- 


Common brick. .. .. 




1090 




Rough lumber - . 




1091 


.T. L. Wiggins- 






1092 








1093 








1094 








1095 








1096 








1097 








1098 








1099 






1910 


6,000 
900 
3,100 
6,000 
1,100 
300 


1100 






1101 








1102 








1103 








1104 




Rough lumber 




1105 



206 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


llOfi 


Cleveland 

....do ._ 

....do 


Boiling Springs- - 

Casar 

-...do 


Amos Wright 




1107 


John S. Hunt, Ind.. 




1108 


J F. Logan 




1109 


....do... 


...do... 


A. R. McNeillv, Ind 




1110 


....do 


.-..do 


N. H. Parker 




1111 


....do 


.-..do.. 


G. W. Peeler _ 




\U9 


....do. 


.-..do 


Peter Whitp, Ind 




1113 


....do 

....do 


FallstOD. ... 


S. T. Kendrick 




1114 


..do... 


J. B. Stroup & Son . - 




1115 


....do 

-.-.do 

-...do 




S. R. Anthony 




1116 


--.do 

.--.do. 


M. L. Beam, Ind.. -. 




1117 


C. Hang. Ind. 




1118 


---.do 

----do.. 


Kings Mountain . 
....do 


R. G Adams Ind - - 




1119 






11?0 


-...do .._ 

_.._do 


....do 

....do 






11?1 


J.A.Falls 




IP? 


-...do 


....do... 






1123 


-...do......... 

....do. 


....do. 

do 




G. G Page 


1124 






11 ''5 


.-..do 


....do 






1126 


.-..do 


....do 






1127 


....do 

-...do.. 


....do 

-do 






1128 






ir^q 


.-..do 

-...do 

....do 

--..do... 


....do 

....do 

Lattimore . 






1130 


M A Neal - 




1131 






1132 


..do 






1133 


..-.do 

---.do 




Buffalo Roller Mills 




1134 


....do 


Pearl Roller Mill .- 




1135 


.--.do 

-...do 


Mooresboro 

--.do.... 


J VV Allen Corn Mill 




1136 


C R Blanton Sawmill. Ind 




1137 


--do 

.-.do.. 


.-..do 

do 


M M Green Corn Mill 




1138 






1139 


....do 


....do 






1140 


....do 


....do 






1141 


--do 

....do 


Shelby 

- do. 






1142 




L. C. Bost 


1143 


..-.do... 


do 


C B Cabaniss & Co 




1144 


..-.do.. 


do 






1145 


....do 


....do 


Eagle Roller Mill 




1146 


....do 


....do.. 


G N Gold Corn Mill 




1147 


.—do .- 

.—do 

....do 


—do 

-—do 

.do. 


J R &B F Hard Part- 




1148 






1149 




Geo. Button ... 


1150 


....do 


do 


Shelby Coca-Cola Co 




1151 


-...do 


do. 






115? 


....do 


....do 




T. J. Babbington 


1153 


....do 


do 






1154 
1155 


....do 

....do... 


.-..do 

do 


Shelby Marble and Granite Works-- 
Shelby Publishing Co 


B. R. Dillinger.. 


1156 


....do 


do 




M. L. Borden 


1157 


-...do... 


do 


Southern Cotton Oil Co 




1158 


...-do-.. 


-...do 


G. E. Sperling. Ind 





Miscellaneous Factories 



207 



Continued 



Secretary 



Amos Wright. 



G. M. Isenhour. 



J. M. Patterson- 



W. L. Toms-. 
W. B. Milton. 



Carme Elam. 



J. W. Rollings.. 

A. L. Swart 

B. E. McSwain. 



J. F. Ledford.. 
Hough Hopper. 



C. C. McMurray_._ 



D. E. Hanmey. 
W. Lineberger.. 



M. Putman, Mgr. 



Onnie Miller. 



Articles Manufactured 



J.A.Ryan, 120 By.,N.Y. 



Flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Corn and flour mill __. 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Corn and flour mill and rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Common brick 

Rough lumber 

Brick 

Rough lumber 

Publishing weekly paper and commercial printing. 

Common brick 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products 

Corn and flour mill 

Sash and doors :.. 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products 

Flour and corn meal 

Corn and flour mill.. 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Creamery 

Cotton-seed products 

Flour and corn meal 

Cement and tile works 

Bakery 

Corn meal 

Work shirt manufacturers 

Flour mill 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Job printing 

S of t drinks - 

Butter 

General foundry and metal repair _ 

Ice 

Marble and granite 

Publishing and printing 

Steam laundry 

Manufactiiring cotton-seed products 

Rough lumber 



S S m 

fc. o c 



Invested 
Capital 



3,600 
1,200 

875 

750 
1,750 
4,000 

500 
1,000 
4,600 
2,200 

400 
60,000 

950 
5,000 

300 
1,200 
1,000 
2,400 
2,800 



51,900 

14,547 

13,000 

1,000 

2,000 

300 

157,000 

2,500 

4,226 

400 

1,000 

400 

10,703 

158,225 

2,000 

4,600 

2,900 

6,600 

14,000 

18,238 

700 

1,000 

1,500 

1,500 

6,600 

15,264 

4,989 

33,257 

1,225 

6,000 

8,000 

205,628 

3,000 



No. 



1106 

1107 

1108 

1109 

1110 

1111 

1112 

1113 

1114 

1115 

1116 

1117 

1118 

1119 

1120 

1121 

1122 

1123 

1124 

1125 

1126 

1127 

1128 

1129 

1130 

1131 

1132 

1133 

11.34 

1135 

1136 

1137 

1138 

1139 

1140 

1141 

1142 

1143 

1144 

1145 

1146 

1147 

1148 

1149 

1150 

1151 

1152 

1153 

1154 

1155 

1156 

1157 

1158 



208 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


1159 


Cleveland 

do 


Shelby 




Z. J.&C.S.Thom 
Props 




1160 


do 


J. W. Wilson -.- 




1161 


_...do 

Columbus 

do . 




W. G. Hord, Ind - 




1162 








1163 


- do . .. 


J. W. Lashley Mill 




1164 


do 


do 


Northwest Lumber Co , 




1165 


....do 

....do 

-...do - 

do 


Bladenboro 

Boardman 

Bolton 


Hester & Sykes 




1166 






1167 


Gore & Co., Fart - 




1168 


.. do 






1169 


....do 

do 


Cerro Gordo 

do 


W H H Buffkin 




1170 


Cerro Gordo Brick Co 




1171 


do 


-.. do 






1172 


-...do.. 

.--.do 

....do... 

-.-.do 

....do 

.---do 

do 


do 


C. E. Williamson and W. K. Nance.. 




1173 


Chadbourn 

do 


L P Burkhead 




1174 


Chadbourn Mfg. Co... 




1175 


-...do 


Columbus Bottling Co 


0. M. Powers.. 




1176 


do 




1177 


Clarendon.. 

...do 


C R Harrelson Mill, Ind. . 




1178 


Harrelson & Currie Mill, Part 




1179 


....do 

-.--do 

....do 

do 




J H Mitchell, Ind. 




1180 


Fair Bluff 

do 


H. V. Norris's Mill, Ind. 




1181 


H M Powell. Part 




1182 


do 


A R Waller Ind. 




1183 


-...do 

-...do... 

...-do 

....do 

do 




J W Brinkley Mill 




1184 


Goldsboro, R F D 

Hallsboro 

do . 






1185 






1186 


Hall's Tobacco Flue Mfg. Co 




1187 


do 


D P Clears . . 




1188 


do 


do... 


North Carolina Lumber Co 


F. B. Gante..-. 




1189 


do 


do 






1190 


.-.-do 

-...do 

....do... 

....do 

---.do 

....do - 

....do --- 

.-..do 

--..do 

do 


Lake Waccamaw.. 

Newberlin 

....do 

Tabor 


W, J. Hardie, Ind -- 




1191 






1192 
1193 


Bordeaux & Co... 


I. C. & M. A. 
deaux. Owners. 


Bor- 


11Q4 


-...do 

do 


D J Hughes & Co.- 




1195 


D J. Hughes Co. Mill 




1196 








1197 


Wannanish... 

Whiteville 


The Council Tool Co 




1198 


W L Burchett. Ind.. 




1199 


do 






1200 


do 


do 






1201 


Craven 

....do 

-...do 

--.do 


Bachelor 

Blades 


Tavlor's Mill 




1202 






1203 








1204 


do... 




A. J. Holton... 




1205 


-.--do 

-.--do 

do 


.---do 

Clark 

do 


O^lesbv's Gri'st Mill 




1206 


Clark Brick and Tile Co.. 


L. B. Willis 




1207 






1208 


do 


do 






1209 


...-do 

— .do 


Cove City 

.—do 






1210 


White & Mitchell 





Miscellaneous Factories 



209 



Continued 



Secretary 



G. L. Cameron, Jlgr 

J. Sam Wright 



G. T. Meyer. 



R. G. Inman. 



J. A. Brown. 



Jno. W. Hall. 



J. E. Halcomb. 
K. C. Council.. 



R. V. T. Duncan.. 
J. D. Maultsby-.-. 
J. JI. Little, Atty. 

W. L. Harris 

Henry Weatherly.. 



J. A. Dixon 

J. L. Humphrey. 



R. E. Riggs.. 
Frank White . 



.Articles Manufactured 



Doors, sash, blinds, etc 

General woodworking plant. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber. . 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber.. 

Rough lumber.- 

Brick 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Harness maker . 

Ice -- 

Soft drinks 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and shingles. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and shingles. 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco flues 

Corn meal and grits 

Shingles . 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber. 



Dressed lumber __ 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber. 

Tools for turpentine operators- 
Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 



Rough lumber. 

Auto repairs 

Repairing automobiles- 
Milling corn.. 

Brick 

Brick 

Brick. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1911 
1916 



Invested 
Capital 



; 32,989 

5,450 

1,000 

2,000 

3,950 

2,850 

3,900 

872,034 

4,000 

841,329 

2,500 

7.527 

2,000 

11,750 

10,500 

10,000 

1,900 

1,250 

1,000 

3,000 

2,500 

5,500 

3,000 

1,500 

27,000 

360,798 

5,500 

1,550 

1,000 

141,299 

26,400 

4,500 

3,500 

3,000 
1,500 
3,850 
3,000 
3,900 
161,848 
1,800 
1,500 
10,000 
3,000 
3,000 
4,900 
5,010 
5,500 
9,000 
6,000 



11,150 
11,000 



No. 



1159 
1160 
1161 
1162 
1163 
1164 
1165 
1166 
1167 
1168 
1169 
1170 
1171 
1172 
1173 
1174 
1175 
1176 
1177 
1178 
1179 
1180 
1181 
1182 
1183 
1184 
1185 
1186 
1187 
1188 
1189 
1190 
1191 

1192 
1193 
1194 
1195 
1196 
1197 
1198 
1199 
1200 
1201 
1202 
1203 
1204 
1205 
1206 
1207 
1208 
1209 
1210 



14— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



210 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1211 
1212 
1213 
1214 
1215 
1216 
1217 
1218 
1219 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 
1224 
1225 
1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 
1230 
1231 
1232 
1233 
1234 
1235 
1236 
1237 
1238 
1239 
1240 
1241 
1242 
1243 
1244 
1245 
1246 
1247 
1248 
1249 
1250 
1251 
1252 
1253 
1254 
1255 
1256 
1257 
1258 
1259 
1260 
1261 
1262 
1263 



County 



Craven - 
....do.. 
...-do.. 
-...do._ 
....do.. 
....do-. 

----do.. 

.-..do.. 
...-do.. 

-..-do.- 

....do.. 
-...do-, 
-..-do.- 
....do.. 
.-.do., 
-...do.. 
....do.- 
--..do.. 
— .do., 
-...dc- 
.-.-do-. 
--.-do-, 
-..-do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
.-.-do-. 
..-.do.. 
.-_.do-- 
....do.- 
.-.-do-. 
--.-do.- 
....do.. 
.-..do.. 
..-.do.- 
..-.do.- 
....do-- 
.-..do.. 
.-.-do., 
.-..do., 
.-.-do.. 
..-.do-- 
-...do-. 
..-.do., 
-.-do.. 

_-.-d0-- 

..-.do-- 
-..do-. 
....do-, 
.-..do... 
....do... 
..-.do... 
..-.do... 
-.-do... 



PostofEce 



Dover -- 

...do 

..-do 

Fort Barnwell . 

..-do 

.—do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

James City 

...do. -. 

Jasper 

Melvin 

New Bern 

...-do.-- 



-do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do- 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do- 
-do. 
-do- 
.do. 



Factory 



Goldsboro Lumber Co.. 

Ipoch Grist Mill 

W. P. Steed, Ind. . - 

Fort Barnwell Garage 

Jones Bros. Sawmill 

Lamb's Grist Mill 

Sauls & Lamb Sawmill . .- 

Wetherington's Sawmill - 

Wilson Bros. Sawmill . 

Wilson Grist Mill 

The Davis Bakery 

Munger & Bennett 

Wetherington Grist Mill 

M. Edw. Huskins 

J. V. Blades Lumber Co. . - 

The Blades Motor Co., Inc 

Bordeaux & Co. Mill 

Braddy's Laundry & Cleaning Wks 

Campbell Garage 

Cannon's Repair Shop 

The Central Service Station, Inc- 

Craven Carriage Shop, Inc 

Crystal Ice Cream Co - 

Cuthrell Garage 

Davenport Garage -- - 

Delio Garage 

F. S. Duffy Medicine Co 

Owen G. Dunn 

East Carolina Marble Works 

Ellis Repair Works 

Fowler Auto Garage Co., Inc 

French Cabinet Works 

Gaskins Machine and Cycle Works . 

Guion Motoi Co., Inc 

Hackney Cement Works -. 

Home Bakery Co 

Hop Wah Laundry 

Hummings & Barber 

Kaf er's Bakery 

Kahus Cleaning and Dye Works .-. 

E. H. & J. A. Meadows Co.... 

Meadows Grist Mill 

Model Steam Laundry 

Moore's Machine Works 

National Vulcanizing & Supply Co 

Neuse Lumber Co 

New Bern Battery Co 

New Bern Brick Co 

New Bern Cedar Works 

New Bern Coca-Cola Bot. Wks., Inc 
New Bern Cotton Oil & Pert. Mills.. 

New Bern Garage Co. -- 

New Bern Ice Co 



President 



Zelph Kilpatrick. 



R. M. Davis. 



J. V. Blades . 



E.A. Braddy. 



L. H. Cannon . 



H. E. Royall, Owner. 

Otis Cuthrell 

B. R. Davenport 



W. S. Ellis. 



Louis Gaskins 

Frank A. Hackney. 



J. W. Hummings. 
Alfred A. Kafer. . 

A. H. Kahus 

E. H. Meadows -- 



W. E. Perry... - 
Wm. H. Moore. 



Jno. R. Rodney, V.-P. 



H. A. Epting. 
W. L. Jones — 



Miscellaneous Factories 



211 



Continued. 



Secretary 



W. B. H. Blancfred. 
Jno. Ipoch 



A. Lamb 

Anderson Winn . 



David Wilson . 



GailG. Bennett-. 
J. B. Massingale. 



N. F. Rowe 

R. W. Melvin... 
J. C. Bordeaux. 



Rufe Parrott . 



Brady Telfous, Mgr. 
R. S. Shaw 



Nathan Stroud- 
F. S. Duffy 



Joe K.Willis. 



Wm. Foy.... 
L. LaDuese. 



F. McClowe. 



Gomis Brinson. 



Myrtle Cavanaugh. 



Parker B. Adams. 
Jno. F. Rhorey 



B. M. Cotton. 



Wm. Dunn, Mgr.. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber _ . . 

Milling corn... 

Rough lumber 

Repairing autos, gas engines, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn.. _._ 

Bakery 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn 



Lumber 

Auto sales and repairs 

Dressed lumber 

Laundry and cleaning 

Auto repairs 

General repair, auto wheels and machinery 

Service and auto repairers.. 

Tobacco trucks 

Ice cream 

Repairing auto and marine engines 

Repairing auto and marine engines 

Auto and engine repairing 

Patent medicine 

Job printing _ 

Tombstones 

Repairing wagons, carts and buggies 

Sales and auto repairing 

Cabinets 

Repairing machines, cycles and auto wheels 

Repair of automobiles ._ 

Cement bricks 

Bakery 

Laundry 

Implement handles 

Bakery 

Laundry and dyeing 

Fertilizer 

Milling corn 

Laundry 

Repairing boats, engines, cycles 

Vulcanizing and repairing 

Lumber 

Repairing batteries, auto engines and marine eng 
Brick 



g C to 



1906 



1911 



1870 



Cedar chests and repairing 

Coca-cola 

Cotton-seed products and fertilizers . 

Service and auto repairs 

Ice ., 



Invested 
Capital 



302,806 
1,500 
5,750 
6,500 
4,050 
1,850 
6,650 
2,800 
7,250 
1,850 
4,000 

145,829 
7,000 
11,000 

150,000 
92,000 
3,000 
4,100 
6,600 
5,000 
11,275 
6,400 
5,000 
4,750 
7,410 
7,610 

100,000 
38,000 



6,550 

49,000 

6,525 

6,050 

2,900 

8,300 

7,100 

2,850 

10,500 

7,500 

5,300 

575,484 

8,500 

9,500 

4,700 

2,100 

103,808 

10,000 

19,658 

7,959 

40,4 3 

954,033 

16,100 

45,030 



No. 



1211 
1212 
1213 
1214 
1215 
1216 
1217 
1218 
1219 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 
1224 
1225 
1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 
1230 
1231 
1232 
1233 
1234 
1235 
1236 
1237 
1238 
1239 
1240 
1241 
1242 
1243 
1244 
1245 
1246 
1247 
1248 
1249 
1250 
1251 
1252 
1253 
1254 
1255 
1256 
1257 
1258 
1259 
1260 
1261 
1262 
1263 



212 



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Table No. 1- 



Nj. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



1264 
1265 
1266 
1267 
1268 
1269 
1270 
1271 
1272 
1273 
1274 
1275 
1276 
1277 
1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
1287 
1288 
1289 
1290 
1291 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1295 
1296 
1297 
1298 
1299 
1300 

1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 
1307 
1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 
1313 
1314 
1315 



Craven . 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do... 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.- 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do... 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.- 
.-..do.. 
...do... 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
...-do.- 
.-..do.. 
.-.-do.. 
..-.do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
.-.-do.- 



...do 

...do 

Cumberland 

...-do 

.-..do 

....do 

.-..do... ... 

.-..do... ... 

.-..do.-. .-- 

.-..do 

.-..do-. ... 

..-do 

....do.. .-. 
....do.. ... 
....do 



New Bern 

...do 

...do 

...do.. - 

...do 

...do 

...do 

-.-do. 

---do. 

...do --. 

....do-. 

....do 

-do.. 

.do 

.do.. 

.do 

.do... 

.do 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

-.-.do 

....do-.. 

....do-. 

....do... 

...-do 

.-.-do.... -. 

....do- 

North Harlowe. 
....do 

471 Liberty Bldg. 
Phila., Pa.. 

Vanceboro 

....do 

Autryville. . 

Cedar Creek 

....do 

Cooper 

Cumberland- ... 

Falcon 

Fayetteville 

....do.. ---. 

....do 

....do,. 

----do-. 

....do 

....do 



NewBern Iron Wks and Sup. Co. ,Inc. 

Elisha Odum Shop Iron Works 

Old Clark Sawmill 

Paige Garage Co 

The S. B. Parker Co. .- -... 

Peoples Auto and Supply Co., Inc. 

Peoples Brick Co 

The Pepsi-Cola Co 

Peptono Co. . 

The Pine Lumber Co 

A. E. Pittman & Son 

Jno Rhodes Motor Co. -- 

Richardson Printing Co 

D. M. Roberts & Co 

John L. Roper Lumber Co. . 

Service Motor Corporation- . 

Cler Smith's Garage. 

J. Smith Repair Works 

Smith's Repair Shop 

W. L. Speight ---- 

Standard Auto Exchange 

Steel Product Co., Inc 

Stevenson Brick Co 

Taylor's Sheet M etal Works 

Taylor's Soft Drink Works 

Tong Wah Laundry. 

Trent River Marl and Lime Co 

U-Nite Rubber and Garage Co. 

Virginia-Carohna Chemical Co. 

Walker & Carnegie Works 

Waters Buggy and Auto Co. 

Waynick's Grist Mill 

Willis-Knight Motor Cars Co 

Willis Motor Co 

Highway Garage 

Morton's Grist Mill. - 



Elisha Odum . 



Clark Lumber Co -- 

Lancaster's Garage -- 

Lancaster Mill. 

Hall& Smith ---- 

Jessup Bros. Mill . . 

Strickland Mill.. 

J. T. Matthew & Son, Ind 

WoodallMill -. 

Falcon Publishing Co - 

Bill Lumber Mill. Ind. 

Boone Bottling Works- . 

A. J. Bullard & Son 

Carolina Woodenware Co. . .. 
D. P. Carter Mill. Ind... .--. 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

The Christian-Ewing Co., Inc. 



L. J. Taylor 

E. G. Schwartz. 
A. E. Pittman - 



R. A. Richardson. 



Wm. T. Smith. 

Mrs. Jaker I. Smith. 



R. L. Taylor.. 
R. J. Taylor.. 



A. H. Judy... 
J. S. Garrett.. 
C. G. Wilson . 
T. N. Walker . 
G. S. Waters . 



Chas. Hibbs- 



D. S. Lancaster. 



S. Boone - 



J. F. Poag. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



213 



Continued 



Secretary 



G. H. Terry- 



Ryan Smith 

B. B. Swinson.-- 

G. Wallace 

Jno. Walston 

John F. Rhorey , 
H. J. Carpenter. 



W. F. Aberly. 



Cox Rhodes- 



C. F. Hurot-. 
S. F. Pollard. 
Owen Smith-. 



Thos. F. Frazier. 

G. H. Terry 

L. L. Wallman. .. 



H. A. Patten - 



S. D. Crenshaw. 



A. M. Fory... 

S. Jones 

A. Fitzgerald. 



Cecil Morton- 



Fred W.Judd, Chief Clerk 
N.M. Lancaster 



J. D. Jessup- . .. 
J. W. Strickland. 

J. S. Cupps 

E. H. Woodall - - 
E. A. Robinson.. 
Wm. Bell 



J. C. Lowell . 



W. C. Ewing, Sec.-Treas. 



Articles Manufactured 



M ill supplies and general repairing 

Tobacco flues, general repairs 

Rough lumber 

Sales, service and auto repairing 

Sheet metal workers 

Auto repairs 

Brick 

Pepsi-cola syrup 

Soft drinks 

Lumber, laths, etc 

General machine repairing 

Auto and gas engine repairing-- 

Job printing 

Service and auto repairing 

Dressed and rough lumber 

Service and auto repairing 

Auto and gas engine repairing 

Auto and general repairing _, 

General repairs — blacksmith and wheelwTight. 

Logs and bolts 

Service and auto repairing 

Sheet iron workers 

Brick 

Sheet metal, general repairs 

Soft drinks 

Laundry 

Marl .. ^"" 

Vulcanizing and auto repairing 

Commercial fertilizers 

Repairing engines, wagons and trucks 

Building and repairing buggies 

Millingcorn 

Sales, service and auto repairing 

Autos and engine repairs 

Auto repairing 

Milling corn 



^ C m 
O S m 

as O 
!h o a 

13 b^ 



Invested 
Capital 



1895 
1893 



S 338,469 

16,775 

6,800 

6,300 

37,426 

3,681 

24,985 

326,108 



1916 



1892 



Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber. 

Pine lumber. - 

Rough lumber- -- 

Shingles 

Rough lumber. 

Grist mill - 

Publishing religious work. 

Rough lumber 

Bottling works.. 

Dressed lumber 

Woodenware. 

Rough lumber 

Soft drinks 

Flour, meal, feed. . 



10,000 

2,200 

5,450 

5,000 

34,000 

2,024,989 

20,400 

7,500 

3,050 

2,100 

13,000 

15,300 

57,205 

37,614 

10,425 

5,776 

2,300 

50.000 

3,000 

48,000,000 

3,650 

2,500 

1,500 

14,850 

2,800 

11,675 

1,800 

16,400 
2,650 
2,000 



2.500 

3,500 

2,000 

1,650 

1,300 

2,000 

8,500 

13,500 

39,583 

6,200 

7,600 

173,922 



No. 



1264 

1265 

1266 

1267 

1268 

1269 

1270 

1271 

1272 

1273 

1274 

1275 

1276 

1277 

1278 

1279 

1280 

1281 

1282 

1283 

1284 

1285 

1286 

1287 

1288 

1289 

1290 

1291 

1292 

1293 

1294 

1295 

1296 

1297 

1298 

1299 

1300 
1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 
1307 
1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 
1313 
1314 
1315 



214 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 
1325 
1326 
1327 
1328 
1329 
1330 
1331 
1332 
1333 
1334 
1335 
1336 
1337 
1338 
1339 
1340 
1341 
1342 
1343 
1344 
1345 
1346 
1347 
1348 
1349 
1350 
1351 
1352 
1353 
1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 
1359 
1360 
1361 
1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 
1368 



County 



Cumberland 

._..do... 

....do 

...do 

.-..do 

..._do -. 

....do 

._..do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

..-.do 

--..do. 

.-.-do 

....do 

.-.-do 

--..do 

..--do - 

....do 

--..do 

-...do 

...-do 

-...do 

--..do 

....do 

....do 

--..do. 

--..do 

....do 

-.-.do 

---.do 

-...do 

....do 

--..do 

--..do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

Currituck.. 

-...do 

--..do 

...-do 

--.-do 

Dare 

Davidson 

--.-do 

--..do 

--..do 

--.-do 

.-..do 

...-do- .... 



Postoffice 



Fayetteville. 

....do 

.—do 

.—do 

..-.do - 

.--.do.. 

...-do 

....do 

-..-do 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

....do -- 

..--do 

..-do 

-...do -- 

Linden 

..--do 

Manchester . 

Slocumb 

Stedman 

..--do 

....do . 

----do -- 

..--do 

-—do 

—do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

Vander 

Wade -- 

--..do 

...-do 

— -do - 

..--do 

Grandy 

Jar\'isburg.. 

Maple 

Shawboro... 

Snowden 

Manteo 

Chandler — 

Denton 

----do 

.---do 

Denton 

-—do - 

----do 



Factory 



Dromond Printing Co 

Fayetteville Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 
Fayetteville Light and Power Co. .- 
Fayetteville Monumental Works- - 

Judge Printing Co 

M. Lee Mill, Ind - --- 

McDaniel & Bullard, Part. 

McMillan Metal Works. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co - 

E. A. Poe Brick Co 

Chas. Rankin 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Co... 

Southern Cotton Oil Co - 

Townscnd Candy Co 

Walker Lumber Co - 

Ward's Plow Works 

West Lumber and Box Co 

Wing Holt Laundry 

L. C. Cameron Mill- 

Gillette Mill, Ind.- - 

0. A. Waddell Mill 

W. T. Reeves Mill .-.- 

L. G. Faircloth Sawmill - - 

J. B. Gorman 

W. J. Hall, Ind 

A. B. Maxwell & Son 

Maxwell Brothers. 

Maxwell Mill 

Geo. N. McCall 

McMillan Mill 

1. W. Strickland -- 

J. M. Swann 

Waller Lumber Co. . 

J. E. Wilson -- --- 

G. W. Home --- 

D. F. Blue, Ind.-. 

H. T. Ennis -... 

Gainey's Mill .-- 

Pope & Fort Mill - 

A. W. &Chas. Walker -. 

Lancelot Poyner — 

D. B. Harrison, Ind 

Farmers' Cooperative Co 

Jno. D. Barnard 

G. L. Crisp 

Croatan Packing Co .- 

Coggins Bros 

John Ceci 1 -- 

Daniel & Daniel 

Denton Lumber Co 

Denton Marble Works 

Denton Roller Mill 

Floyd Hedrick & Son 



President 



R. E. Hayes. 



Wm. W. Randolph . 

I. V. Hooper 

Jno. W. Judge 



J. A. Barns. 



D. W. Townsend. 



Thomas Ward. 

J. H. West 

Chin Sun 



W. E. Waller and wife 



.41ex. W. Midgett. 



T. H. Daniel. 
F. C. Russell. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



215 



Continued 



Secretary 



C. D. Huto£f 

Geo. H. Spence . 

H. T. Smith 

H. Rae 

C. Rankin- __. 

J. O. Ryan 

W. M. Walker 

P. West 

J. W. McMillan 

V. A. Matthews 

G. Gainey 

Chas. Walker 

E. M. Walker 

J. M. Daniel, Mgr... 
L. P. Ross 

A. P. Johnson, Mgr 
T. E. Jennings 



Articles Manufactured 



Job printing 

Soft drinks 

Gas 

Monuments 

Job and commercial printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Gutters, steel roofing.... 

Soft drinks 

Brick 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Cotton-seed products 

Candy 

Rough lumber __. 

Plows 

Lumber and box shocks 

Laundry ...... 

Rough lumber _. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Dressed lumber. 

Rough lumber... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber __ 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lu mber. 

Packing fish and canning tomatoes- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill 

Marble and granite 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber 



bam 
u o a 

go-3 



1918 



1920 



Invested 
Capital 



1 5,000 

33,770 

75,000 

7,250 

26,000 

900 

1,500 

2,100 

3,500 

48,000 

79,996 

10,000 

206,339 

6,000 

15,000 

3,150 

55,141 

300 

7,000 

9,200 

1,500 

2,000 



500 

2,850 

2,500 

2,700 

1,000 

3,000 

1,000 

1,000 

3,000 

5,000 

3,000 

2,900 

5,000 

1,300 

5,000 

18,000 

15,500 

5,400 

400 

500 

300 

400 

10,000 

9,500 

3,000 

3,500 

60,700 

1,350 

6,500 

1,500 



No. 



1316 

1317 

1318 

1319 

1320 

1321 

1322 

1323 

1324 

1325 

1326 

1327 

1328 

1329 

1330 

1331 

1332 

1333 

1334 

1335 

1336 

1337 

1338 

1339 

1340 

1341 

1342 

1343 

1344 

1345 

1346 

1347 

1348 

1349 

1350 

1351 

1352 

1353 

1354 

1355 

1356 

1357 

1358 

1359 

1360 

1361 

1362 

1363 

1364 

1365 

1366 

1367 

1368 



216 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 



1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 
1373 
1374 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1378 
1379 
1380 
1381 
1382 
1383 
1384 
1385 
1386 
1387 
1388 
1389 
1390 

1391 
1392 
1393 
1394 
1395 
1396 
1397 
1398 
1399 
1400 
1401 
1402 
1403 
1404 
1405 
1406 
1407 
14C8 
1409 
1410 
1411 
1412 
1413 
1414 
1415 
1416 
1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 



County 



Davidson. 

....do 

__..do 

._..do 

....do 

__..do 

_.._do 

....do 

._..do 

..._do 

_...do 

....do 

....do,.... 

.-..do 

.do 

.do 

....do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

....do 

..do..... 



.do 
..do.. 
..do.- 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
._do._ 
..do.. 
..do. 
..do.. 
..do . 
..do.. 
..do., 
.-do.. 
..do., 
.-do.. 



-do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 
.do 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do 
-do 
.do. 
.do 
.do. 



PostoflBce 



Denton 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do --.. 

Eller 

Handy.. 

...do. ---- 

....do 

...do 

Hannersville 

HighPoint.R.F.D, 

High Rock --. 

....do --. 

.-.-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do -. 

....do 

Jubilee 

Kernersville 



Lexington. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

---do 

--.do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.---do 



-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do. 
.do. 



...do. .. 
Linwood 
..--do... 
...do ... 
.-.-do .- 



Factory 



Smith's Brick Plant 

Snider Roller Mill 

S. A. Thompson... 

H. C. Tysinger vSawmill... 
Tysinger & Shider - - 

C. W. Rothrock & Sons .. 

Alleghany Roller Mill 

G. C. Cook . 

Lax & Sons 

Loflin & Taylor 

Albert Hunt & Bros. 

Jesse L. Green 

R. L. Cole 

Daniels, Rodgers & Gates 

W. R. Dunen 

Lomax & Smith 

Chas. Morgan 

J.L.Rush 

D. G. Smith 

Southern Mill 

Snider & Williams 

Payne's Mill 



Arcadia Mill Co. 

C. L. Becker & Son 

Carolina Lumber and Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Thomas Croots, Ind. 

Davidson Creamery Co. 

J. W. Everhardt 

Everhart's Sawmill 

P. D. Finch 

D. J. Hobbs 

Lee Veneer Co 

C. B. Leonard 

E. J. Leonard Planing Mill 

P. E. Kepley 

I^exington Broom Co... 

Lexington Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

North Carolina Candy Co 

J. I. & H. L. Peacock 

Peerless Bakery 

Peerless Mattress Co 

L. P. Reich Sawmill 

Reid Lumber Co 

Henry Shoof Sawmill 

The Sicloff Mfg. Co. 

Fred O. Sink Printing House 

Thomas Bakery. 

C. M. Thomi son's Sons 

J. L. Young Candy Kitchen 

W. F. Beck 

Clement & Barnes 

Freezer & Smith .- 

Leonard Bros. .. 



President 



L. A. Smith. 
John Snider. 



N. L. Fine 



R. F. Snider, Mgr 

C. C. & A. L. Payne, 
Props 



L. M. Everhart. Owr. 



E. A. Rothrock, Mgr. 



J. L. Young.. 
J. I. Peacock. 
S. S. Weazey.. 
J. R. Moffitt.. 



D. S. Sicloff.. 
Fred O. Sink 



Miscellaneous Factories 



217 



Continued 



Secretary 



W. T. Tysinger- 



A. E. Lax... 
J. H. Loflin. 
Willis Hunt. 



C. L. Daniels- 



J. H. Lomax-- 
C. M. M organ - 



B. F. Kenney- 



J. L. Zimmerman- 

C. L. Becker 

J. L. Gordon 



Mc. Young 



D. W. Phillips. 
W. Lee Shoaf-. 



R. L. Kepley. 



H. L. Peacock. 



J, C. Farabee. 
H. W. Shoat.. 



G. D. Thomas. 



J. P. Barnes 

J. H. Smith-... 
L. C. Leonard. 



Article Manufactured 



Brick 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Building material. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and feed 

Pine lumber 



Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill 

Rough lumber 

Butter 

Ginning cotton 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Veneer 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Brooms 

Chero-cola and soda water. 

Candy 

Lumber 

Bakery 

Mattresses 

Rough lumber 



1910 



1882 
1918 



Invested 
Capital 



1911 



Rough lumber 

Overalls and trousers 

Job printing 

Bread, cake, pies 

Sash, doors, moulding, etc. 

Peanut candy 

Lumber and cross-ties. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1912 



3,000 

19,000 

13,000 

3,000 

1,700 

3,000 

1,100 

350 

1,500 

3,000 

1,900 

15,000 



2,500 
2,100 
850 
3,200 
2,350 
1,500 
2,. 500 
1,500 

3,600 
1,250 
1,900 
2,Q00 
3,000 
25,759 



750 

600 

22,536 

2,000 

1,000 

13,700 

11,927 

11,000 

10,000 

2,400 

2,000 

172,694 

1,300 

1,700 

1,100 

32,966 

2,100 

4,700 

65,977 

940 

1,000 

50,000 

3,880 

1,250 



No. 



1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 
1373 
1374 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1378 
1379 
1380 
1381 
1382 
1383 
1384 
1385 
1386 
1387 
1388 
1389 

1390 
1391 
1392 
1393 
1394 
1395 
1396 
1397 
1398 
1399 
1400 
1401 
1402 
1403 
1404 
1405 
1406 
1407 
1408 
1409 
1410 
1411 
1412 
1413 
1414 
1415 
1416 
1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 



218 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1422 
1423 
1424 
1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
1430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
1434 
1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 
1440 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1447 
1448 
1449 
1450 
1451 
1452 
1453 
1454 
1455 
1456 
1457 
1458 
1459 
1460 
1461 
1462 
1463 
1464 
1465 
1466 
1467 
1468 
1469 
1470 
1471 
1472 
1473 
1474 



County 



Davidson 

...do 

...do 

.._do 

.._do 

...do 

..__do 

...do 

_..do 

_-_do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



...do.- 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do- 
Davie. 
...do.. 
...do- 



...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do- 
..._do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
....do. 
...do. 



PostoflBce 



Linwood. 
...do.-. 
..-do.... 
...do...- 



Newsom. 
...do.... 
....do.... 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

Richfield 

...do 

Southmont.- 

...do 

...do --- 

Thomasville. 

...do 

...do 

...do 



...do 

...do -. 

Thomasville, R. 1 

Thomasville 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Wallburg 

Welcome — 

Winston-Salem — 

Advance 

...do 

...do -- 



.-.do 

...do 

...do. 

Bixby 

....do 

Calahan .. . . 

....do. 

....do 

Cana 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Cooleemee. . 

....do 

Farmington. 

Fork 

Mocksville.. 



Factory 



Linwood Mfg. Co 

Miller Mfg. and Lumber Co. 

Parks Bros. .. 

Sumerson, Shoof & Davis 

N. G. Arey 

Burkhead & Ferrell 

A. B. Carver Sawmill 

T.E.Harris 

Smith Bros. 

R. M. Stokes 

Surratt Bros. & Lookabill 

John T.Wise - ---. 

Coggins Bros. 

C. M. Morgan 

D. L. Crowell, Ind 

Kenney & Owens -. 

C. M. Wall & Son... 

Gordon Town Brick Works 

Gray Concrete Co 

Hughes-Pearce Lumber Co 

Jennings Mfg. Co 

John W. Lambeth 

R. L. Lapp 

Monark Roller Mills 

The North State Veneer Co., Inc. 

Southern Veneer Co 

Thomasville Bottling Co 

Thomasville Roller Mills 

Thomasville Spoke Works Co. . 

Wallburg Roller Mill 

Welcome Mill Co 

Reece's Sawmill 

Advance Roller Mill 

W. G. Allen, Ind 

A. E. Hartman, Ind 

G. H. Shutt 

J. A. Sofley Sawmill 

J. A. Stockton 

D. H. Hendricks & Sons 

Smith & Davis 

T. A. Gaither, Ind 

Joyner Bros 

C. M. Richardson, Ind 

Booe Lumber Mills 

F. R. Lakey 

Lakey & Danner Lumber Mill 

T. M. Peoples 

Stanley & Hutchins Lumber Mill. 
Cooleemee Journal. 

G. W. Hillard 

Ellis Flour Mill 

Fork Milling Co 

The Davie Record . 



President 



Frank Medows. 
J. B. Gray 



C. M. Wall. 



J.L.&S.L. Ward.Pps 



J. N. Boyles 

W. G. Hinkle 

(Props. 

G. W. & E. O. Wall, 

J. C. Ripple 

[Props. 

Mrs A.&B R.Bailey, 



D. H. Hendricks. 



J. C. Dell 

T. H. Redman 
C. F. Strand-.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



21& 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



o a 

■^ 0) 

go- 



L. V. Phillips- 
Leroy Miller... 
Harvey Parks . 
W. T. Davis... 

L. B. FerrelL. 
A. B. Carver.. 

A. L. Smith... 

S. D. Surratt.. 

N. G. Arey...- 
N. G. Arey...- 

J. G. Owens... 

L. E. Jennings 
T. E. Jennings 

E. C. Jones.. - 
W. Tabb 

J. A. Green 

L. C. Ripple... 
J. M. G. Reece 

A. V. Smith... 

R. L. Booe.. . 
R. W. Lakey.. 

N. K. Stanley, 



Veneers 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Brick 

Building material, etc 

Box shocks 

Lumber, box shocks 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed... 

Veneers. 

Veneers 

Mineral and soda waters 

Flour, meal, feed 

Spokes and handles. 

Flour, meal, feed 

Wheat flour 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grain cradles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Crate material ... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber.. 

Newspaper and job printing. 

Rough lumber.. 

Flour, meal, feed.. 

Flour, meal and feed . 

Newspaper and job printing. 



Invested 
Capital 



1915 



1907 



40,000 

10,137 

3,800 

2,400 

3,000 

1,600 

800 

1,500 

3,000 

2,000 

3,900 

2,000 

3,400 

3,125 

3,200 

1,950 

147,407 

4,200 

8,629 

57,500 

30,000 

6,000 

2,100 

6,600 

41,543 

59,100 

24,000 

62,000 

17,000 

4,500 

6,400 

1,500 

6,500 

2,000 

500 

2,800 

1,000 

2,000 

22,500 

2,100 

2,000 

1,000 

700 

1,200 

850 

2,000 

800 

800 

1,500 

550 

13,000 

8,872 

1,700 



No. 



1422 
1423 
1424 
1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
1430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
1434 
1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 
1440 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1447 
1448 
1449 
1450 
1451 
1452 
1453 
1454 
1455 
1456 
1457 
1458 
1459 
1460 
1461 
1462 
1463 
1464 
1465 
1466 
1467 
1468 
1469 
1470 
1471 
1472 
1473 
1474 



220 



!N"OKTH CAROLII<fA LaBOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1475 

1476 

1477 

1478 

1479 

1480 

1481 

1482 

1483 

1484 

1485 

1486 

1487 

1488 

1489 

1490 

1491 

1492 

1493 

1494 

1495 

1496 

1497 

1498 

1499 

1500 

1501 

1502 

1503 

1504 

1505 

1506 

1507 

1508 

1509 

1510 
1511 
1512 
1513 
1514 
1515 
1516 
1517 
1518 
1519 
1520 
1521 
1522 
1523 
1524 
1525 
1526 



County- 



Da vie... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do. - 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
Duplin 
...-do.., 
...do... 
...do. . 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
_..do.- 
...do... 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.- 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do- 



...do.. 
...do-. 
...do 
...do.. 
...do. 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do. 
...do 
...do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do 
....do. 



PostofBce 



Mocksville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Statesville, R 7. 
Winston-Salein . 

Beulaville 

....do 

....do 

Calypso 

....do 

Chinquapin 

...-do 

..-.do 

Faison 

....do 

Hallsville 

Kenans ville 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

Magnolia 

....do 

....do 

— -do 

....do 

....do 

Norfolk, Ya. ... 
Purdy, Va 



Rose Hill 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Seven Springs 

Sloan 

Teacheys... — 

....do 

Wallace. 

....do -- 

....do.. 

....do.. 

....do -. 



Factory 



N. B. Dysem, Ind 

J. P. Green Milling Co 

Horn-Johnston Co 

Kincaid Bros 

D. Garwood McCulloh 

Mocksville Enterprise 

J. L. Sheek&Co.... 

Smith Sawmill 

Sparks Sawmill 

O. L. Williams 

County Line Roller Mill 

Round Hill Sawmill 

Brinson & Sloan 

J. H. Brown, Ind 

D. W. Landlin, Ind 

Patten Package Co 

W. Patten Mill... 

Dennis Lanier 

J. B. Marrady 

G. B. D. Parker's Mill 

Paul Armstrong Mill 

M. L. Murray Mill, Ind 

D. F. Blizzard & Son 

Appomattox Box Shook Co. 

J. K. BryonMill, Ind 

S. D. FerrellMill 

T. Southerland Mill 

The Carolina Mfg. Co., Inc.. 

A. B. Cook Mill 

John F. Croom Factory 

S. D. FerrellMill 

E. B. Hinman, Part 

S. W. NewkirkMill 

Rowland Lumber Co 

Mangrum Lumber Co 



Atlantic Coffin and Casket Co. _ 

Bates & Feachey Mill 

S. M. Dew Mill 

Henry Fussell Mill 

Jesse Fussell Mill, Ind 

W. J. Hall Mill 

D. H. Teaehy Mill 

J. C. Williams Mill 

Ivey &M. W. Sutton... _. 

Dennis Lanier Mill 

D. E. Brown, Mill 

R. W. Riamberk... 

Carr & Harrell Mill 

Jacob E. Cavanaugh 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Part 

J. F. HarrellMill ._ 

T. A. Rivenbark 



President 



Incorporated. 



J. L. Sparks. 



J. M. Stroud, Owner,. 
R. A. Spaugh,V.-P... 



C.W. Mangrum. John- 
son & Ryols, Props. 



MlSCELLANEOrs FACTORIES 



221 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. B. Johnston 



J. Minor. 



C. L. Smith. 



S. T. Frellorwell. 



E. H. Patterson. 



J. L. SouthalL 



Wm. J. Jones 



Articles Manufactured 



t. o c 



Rough lumber 

Fiour, meal, feed 

Flour, meal. feed. . 

Planing mill 

Rough lumber 

Weekly newspaper and job work. 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Veneers 

Flour, meal and shipstuff 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Fruit and vegetable containers 

Wheat and corn 

Brick ...____ 

Rough lumber, brick 

Rough lumber. 



1914 



1906 



Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber.. 

Grinding corn 

Boxes, vegetable packages 

Rough lumber 

Boxes, vegetable packages, etc., and grinding corn 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber, laths 



Rough lumber.. 

D. B. Herring.... _. | Coffins and caskets. 

Rough lumber 



M. W. Sutton. 



R. R. Harrell. 



N. J. Hentoff. 



Rough lumber 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber . 

Grinding corn . 
Bottling soft drinks 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 



S 1,500 
77,000 
33,986 
13,000 
1,500 
710 
9,600 
2,750 
1,000 
14,000 
1,000 
3,931 
3,250 
2,900 
2,500 
68,000 
8,000 
3,750 
8,700 
4,500 
1,750 
2,750 
1,600 
70,258 
3,050 
2,900 
2,600 
12,000 
3,050 
18,000 
2,500 
3,250 
3,000 
687,548 



21,500 
37,000 
4,300 
1,500 
3,600 
1,875 
3,750 
1,800 
2,000 
800 
2,800 
1,750 
1,900 
3,000 
2,100 
17,000 
1,500 
2,000 



1475 

1476 

1477 

1478 

1479 

1480 

1481 

1482 

1483 

1484 

1485 

1486 

1487 

1488 

1489 

1490 

1491 

1492 

1493 

1494 

1495 

1496 

1497 

1498 

1499 

1500 

1501 

1502 

1503 

1504 

1505 

1506 

1507 

1508 



1509 
1510 
1511 
1512 
1513 
1514 
1515 
1516 
1517 
1518 
1519 

1520 

1521 

1522 

1523 ■ 

1524 

1525 

1526 



222 



ISToRTH Caroliiya Labok Statistics 



Tacls No. 1- 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


1527 


Duplin 

-..-do --. 

....do 

do.. 


Wallace. 

..-.do 

Warsaw 

do . 


L. Southerland . . 




1528 


D. H. Williams 




1529 


Duplin Record 




1530 


J. H. Pierce Mfg. Co 




1531 


....do 


-.--do 


D. L. Woodard-. 




1532 


Durham 

. — do 


Bahama -- 

— -do 


J. B. Andrews 




1533 


A. D. Farlow 




1534 


....do 


....do 


J. F. & I. H. Terry -... 




1535 


....do 

-.-do 

-...do 


-..do -- 

Durham 

....do 


H. L. Tilloy 




1536 


The American Tobacco Co. 




1537 






1538 


-..-do -.- 


--..do 


Bain-Kimball Co 




1539 


....do 

--..do.. 


— .do --.. 

....do 


Budd Pifer Roofing Co., Inc. 




1540 


J. W. Campbell, Ind. . 




1541 


....do 


-...do 


Carpenter Motor Co 




1542 


....do 


do -- 




H C Satterfield 


1543 


....do.- 

....do 


....do... -. 


Cheek & Belvin Brick Yd., Part 




1544 


----do... 


J. E. Cheek 




1545 


-...do. 

..-.do 

..-.do 

--..do 

..-do 

..-do. 

....do 


..--do 

---do 

....do .-- 

...-do 

-...do 


J. T. Christian Press, Ind. - 




1546 


R. S. Carver 




1547 


Will C. Crabtree, Ind 




1548 






1549 






1550 


....do- 

....do - 


Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Co 




1551 


Durham Foundry and Machine Wks. 




1552 


....do-.. 


....do 




1553 


--..do --- 


-.--do 






1554 


-...do 


....do 


Durham Ice Cream Co., Part . . 




1555 


...-do 


....do -. 






1556 


....do 


....do 


Durham Marble Works - 




1557 


....do 


.. do.. 


Durham Mattress Co.- . 




1558 


--..do _- 


do . 






1559 


--.-do- 


--..do -- 






1560 
1561 


---do 

..-.do 

....do 


-..do 

---.do 


Durham Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. - 

Durham Tobacco Mfg. Co 

Durham Vehicle and Horse Co. 


M. B. Barnett, Mgr. - 
Geo. H. Beale 


1562 


do 




1563 


-.--do 


..--do 




1564 


..-do 

....do- 

....do. 


--.-do 


Fitzgerald Brick Co. 

Five Points Garage 

B. W. Fossitt, Ind 


S. B. Fitzgerald, Mgr 


1565 


-...do 




1566 


----do 




1567 


-..do 

-..do 

-...do 


-...do 


W. P. Henry Co -.. 




1568 


----do 


A. L. Holloway & Sons .. 




1569 


----do 






1570 


-...do 

--..do -- 


--..do - 






1571 


--..do 






1572 


....do 


--..do 


Latta Roofing Co. - .. 




1573 


....do 


....do 


Liberty Bakery 




1574 


....do-. 


----do 


W. C. Lyon Co 




1575 


....do 


---do 


Marathon Candy Co. 




1576 


..-.do 

.—do 


.--do 


M. C. Martin, Ind 




1577 


..-do.. 


Model Laundry Co. 





Miscellaneous Factoeies 



223 



Continued 



Secretary 



R. S. Taylor. 



J. F. Terry - 



A. H. Edwards. Ill 5th 
Ave., N. Y. City 



W. W. Kimball. 
W. P. Budd-.- 



J. E. Carpenter. 



J. W. Wilkinson. 



T. R. Warren - 



J. T. Kerr 

M. O. Cole 

A. A. Murdock 

J. G. Baldwin 

G. H. Myers 

A. H. Hulin 

B. J. Broyden 

E. M. Waller 

J. W. Tatum, Mgr. 



R. E. Dallard. 
J. P. Watson... 



W. P. Henry 

W. T. Holloway. 
D. D. Riddle.... 
Leo. J. Garden.. 



E. J. Latta.. 
B. L. Tosan. 
W. C. Lyon.. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Printing, publishing, job printing. 

Sash, doors, blinds, lumber, etc 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Smoking tobacco and cigarettes. 

Flour, meal, feed 

Tombstones 

Sheet metal products 

Medicine 

Auto repairs 

Dressed lumber 

Brick 

Steam cleaning and pressing 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Steam cleaning and dyeing 

Sheets metal works 

Buggies 

Coca-cola 

Foundry and machine works 

Tombstones 

Ice 



Ice cream 

General machine and railway repairs . 

Tombstones 

Comforts, mattresses 

Auto repairs 

Window shades... . 

Pepsi-cola and other soft drinks 

Cigars 

General repairs 

Hogshead manufacturing 

Common brick 

Auto repairs 

Edging lenses 

Hogsheads 

General repairs 

Bakery 



A. B. Smart. 



Sheet metal products. . 
Skylights and cornices. 
Pies, cakes and bread.. 

Harness, saddles 

Candy 

General repair shop 

General laundry 



a c; o 
J oCQ 



Invested 
Capital 



1,500 
5,000 
5,000 
6,000 
1,500 
1,500 
1,000 
200 
1,220 

23,616,481 

582,617 

8,250 

70,000 

140 

4,800 

63,916 

15,000 

1,100 

37,000 



700 

2,980 

102,346 

9,000 

37,280 

1,800 

44,286 

21,376 

28,000 

4,800 

20,000 

10,130 

5,300 

19,926 

2,325 

2,750 

1,577 

6,000 

8,037 

1,550 

325 

2,500 

3,000 

12,754 

1,500 

2,500 

1,700 

255 

1,200 

1,200 

20,500 



No. 



1527 
1528 
1529 
1530 
1531 
1532 
1533 
1534 
1535 

1536 
1537 
1538 
1539 
1540 
1541 
1542 
1543 
1544 
1545 
1546 
1547 
1548 
1549 
1550 
1551 
1552 
1553 
1554 
1555 
1556 
1557 
1558 
1559 
1560 
1561 
1562 
1563 
1564 
1565 
1566 
1567 
1568 
1569 
1570 
1571 
1572 
1573 
1574 
1575 
1576 
1577 



224 



J^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



1578 
1579 
1580 
1581 
1582 
1583 
1584 
1585 
1586 
1587 
1588 
1?89 
1590 
1591 
1592 
1593 
1594 
1595 
1596 
1597 
1598 
1699 
1600 
1601 
1602 
1603 
1604 
1605 
1606 
1607 
1608 
1609 
1610 
1611 
1612 
1613 
1614 
1615 
1616 
1617 
1618 
1619 
]6?0 
1621 
1622 
1623 
1624 
1625 
1626 
1627 
1628 
1629 
1630 



County 



Durham 

_..do 

...do 

.._do 

-._do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

...do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

.--.do 

Edgecombe- 

..-.do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

..-.do 

..-.do 



Postofficc 



.do. 
.do- 
.do. 
-do. 



Durham 

...do 

...do 

.--do 

...do 

..-do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.-.do 

...do 

...do 

...-do 

...do 

....do 

.-..do 

..-.do... - 

.-..do 

..-.do 

..-.do 

..--do 

...do 

East Durham. 

Morrisville 

Rougemont... 

....do 

.--do 

...-do.. 

.-..do 

.-..do.. -- 

....do 

West Durham. 

...-do 

Conetoe 

Macclesfield 

....do 

...-do.-. 

Pinetop 

....do 

Rocky Mount- 
....do 



.do- 
.do. 
.do. 
.do- 
-do- 
-do- 
.do- 
.do- 



Factory 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



L. G. Nichols 

North Side Foundry. — 

Peabody Drug Co 

Philadelphia Bakery 

Pope Mattress Co.. 

Porcelli Bros 

Dr. S. Rapport, Ind 

B. C. Remedy Co.... 

U. Rosenstein, Ind 

Sanitary Dye-Cleaning Co., Ind... 

Seeman Printing Co., Inc 

T. C. Sharpe Mar'.le & Granite Co. . 

Smith Mfg. Co - 

Stoe Bakery 

W. S. Terry 

L. L. Tilly - 

Universal Sales Co., Ind.. 

Venerable Tob. Co., Ind 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

J. A. Watson 

Waverly Ice Cream Co., Part 

J. L. Whitmore Bakery 

Durham Lumber Co 

John Stomes 

H. L. & W. A. Carver 

Harvey Gates 

Geo. P. Nichols 

Norman & Bowles 

Rougemont Saw and Planing Mill- 
Wheat and Corn M ill 

W. J. Young 

Robt. D. Kearney, Ind 

L. Little 

Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Thadeus Cole 

B. F. Eagles 

B. F. & Lovelace Eagles 

Pinetop Oil Mill-.. 

Pinetop Sash and Blind Co 

Bishop Laundry C6 — 

Builders Sash and Door Co., Inc. 

G. R. Dixon 

H. C. Dixon.. 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co 

Ideal Print Shop 

J. E. Lane, Ind 

North State Ice Co 

W. E. Parrish 

Pintsch Compressing Co 

Rocky Mount Baking Co 

Rocky Mount Ice and Fuel Co 

Rocky Mount Pepsi-Cola Bot. Co. 
Rocky Mount Public Works 



President 



C. G. Wilson. 



D. C. Mitchell. 



W. E. Phillips, Mar. 

W. L. Reasons 

R. M. Bishop 



J. A. Dixon. 



I 



Miscellaneous Factories 



225 



Continued 



Secretary 



W. D. Separk 

W. M. Holloway__. 

L. Joffe. 

C. A. Pope 

Tony Porcelli 

Samuel Rapport 

C. T. Capnul 



R. M. Beasley 

W. E. Seeman 

T. C. Sharpe 

E. L. Smith 

Mattie J. Paschall. 



S. P. Alexander, 
E. G. Mitchell— 
S. D. Crenshaw-- 



J. W. Wilkinson. 



W. A. Carver- 



J. A. Ryan- 



Lovelace Eagles- 



W. E. Phillips. 
R. C. Preddy. 



Articles Manufactured 











J 


P. 

M 


Watson 


R 


Richardson 


N 


B 


Singleton 


C 


W 
J. 
B 
C. 

M 


Walton 


E. 

W 

E 


Gordon 

Singleton 


L. 


Jordan 



Rough lumber 

Generalfoundry 

Extract 

Bread 

Mattresses 

Ice cream 

Grind ing lenses 

Remedies 

Edging lenses 

Steam cleaning and pressing clothing 

Job printing and blank books. 

Tombstones 

Overalls 

Bread, cake, pies 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Tobacco hogsheads 

Commercial fertilizers, acid phosphate and sul. acid 

Rough lumber 

Ice cream .. 

Bakery 

Dressed lumber, etc 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



15— Dept. 



Meal and flour 

Rough lumber 

Steam cleaning and pressing- 
Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Gin cotton 

Lumber and hogsheads 

Laundry 

Dressed lumber 

Tobacco flues 

Piping and tobacco flues 

Hogshead manufacturing 

Job printing 

Tobacco flues 

Ice 

Rough lumber 

Gas for railway car lighting.. 

Bread, cakes, pies 

Ice 

Pepsi-Cola 

Artificial gas 

Labor, 1920. 



t. o c 



Invested 
Capital 



1893 



1910 
1906 



1,350 

650 

170 

700 

10,500 

1,050 

1,600 

100 

3,200 

5,200 

71,579 

6,000 

25,844 

4,618 

500 

800 

3,500 

1.520 

48,000.000 

1,150 

4,200 

20,895 

82,637 



4,000 

1,200 

500 

550 

2,900 

6,000 

2,000 

650 

6,000 

43,591 

11,300 

1,970 

13,150 

3,000 

500 

22,560 

91,846 

11,150 

10,500 

7,772 

3,000 

5,500 

96,000 

3,855 

500,000 

47,585 

88,563 

188 

164,643 



No. 



1578 

1579 

1580 

1581 

1582 

1583 

1584 

1585 

1586 

1587 

1588 

1589 

1590 

1591 

1592 

1593 

1594 

1595 

1596 

1597 

1598 

1599 

1600 

1601 

1502 

1603 

1604 

1605 

1606 

1607 

1608 

1609 

1610 

1611 

1612 

1613 

1614 

1615 

1616 

1617 

1618 

1619 

1620 

1621 

1622 

1623 

1624 

1625 

1626 

1627 

1628 

1629 

1630 



2iJG 



!N^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


1631 


Edgecombe.. 
_...do 


Rocky Mount 

....do 


Southern Cotton Oil Co 




1632 






1633 


-—do 

.-._do— 


Sharpsburg 

....do. 


M. A. Batchelor 




1634 






1635 


_...do 


....do 


D. Procter 




1636 


....do 


....do - 


J. H. Robbins 




1637 


....do. 


Speed 


M. P. Edwards 




1638 


.__,do 


.---do 


Speed Roller Mills 


D. H. Poker 




1639 


....do 


Tarboro. 






1640 


....do _. 


.-.-do 


Brown Bros. Coca-Cola Bot. Wks..- 
Clayton & Son.. 




1641 


-_..do 


---.do 




164? 


....do 


_...do 


Consumers Cotton Oil Co. 




1643 


....do. 


.--.do 




Henry Clark Bridg 




1644 


..-.do 


_.-.do 






1645 


....do 


....do 






1646 


....do _. 


....do 


J. E. Harris 

M. L. Hussey Carriage Co. 




1647 


....do 


_._.do 




1648 


....do 


....do 


J. B. Hyatt- 




1649 


....do-. 


... do.... 






1650 


do... 


. do. . 






1651 


....do.. 


.---do 






1652 


....do _-_- 


-.-.do 


Ed. Powell 




1653 


.._.do- 


....do 






1654 


....do.... 


do 






1655 


....do 


do 


Tarboro Ginning Co 


Geo. Harvard 




1656 


.._.do 


do.... 




1657 


....do 


do .. 


Tarboro Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 
Tar River Mill 


F. G. Davis 




1658 


....do. 


-.-do 




1659 


....do __ 




Alex Battle 




1660 


..__do _... 


_._,do 


L. M. Bullock... 




1661 


....do.... 


_.-do 


Coffin and Casket Mfg. Co. 


W. R. Mann 




1662 


....do 


.—do 


R. L. Fauoett 




1663 


....do 


--do-.- 






1664 


.-..do 


---.do 


Richard Krohenbill 




1665 


.._.do 


do 


E. K. Neville 




1666 


.._.do. 


do— 


A. J. Williams 




1667 


....do 


do.- 


D. L. Williams 




1668 


Forsjrth 

....do 


Belew Creek 

do - - 


Belew Creek Roller Mills.. 


Roberson, Strader 
Co., Owners 


A; 


1669 






1670 


do 




Bethania Stock Co. 




1671 


....do 


Centerville 






1672 


... do 


R. H. Hunter 




1673 


---do. 

-—do 

-. -do.... 


Clemmons, R. 1__- 


J. E. Pegram... 




1674 


W. L. Warner 




1675 


do -. 


Yadkin River Roller Mill 




1676 


.. do 


Kernersville 

do . 






1677 


.. do 


Hendrix & Smith's Flour Mill 




1678 


... do .. 


do . .. 




Harmon & Linville. 




1679 


.. -do 


do 


R. F. Linvnlle Brick Co. 




1680 


... do 


do. .. 






1681 


....do 


...do . . 






1682 


-...do 


Lewisville 


Fairview Roller Mills 





Miscellaneous Factories 



227 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. A. Ryan 

Thos. B. Swilis. 



R. W. Lancaster. 



M. S. Brown... 
C. F. Clayton. 
O. A. Johnson. 



Thad Hiissey 

Theo. Fountain. 



Thomas Hussey. 
J. H. Koonce 



Chas. S. Lippincott. 

J. A. Ryan... 

C. A. Johnson 

John W. Wood. 

B. F. Taylor 



Z. V. Strader. 



E. H. Teague. 



A. A. Styeva 











Pi 
B 


op 
F. 
G 
R 


rietors 

Linville 


A 


Long... 


J. 


Snider.. 



Articles Manufactured 



Cotton-seed products 

Candy and ice cream 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Coca-cola and soda water 

Job printing 

Cotton^seed crushing products, oil, meal, hulls, hnt's 

Railway repair shop.. 

Buggies, auto repairing... 

Carriages and wagons 

Rough lumber 

Blacksmith shop and buggy maker 

Buggy and wagon repairs 

Rough lumber 

Meal 



Tobacco flues 

Tobacco flues 

Veneers 

Cotton-seed products 

Ginning cotton 

Ice 

Mineral and soda water. 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Caskets 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Roller mill 

Grist mill 

Flour, meal, feed 

Flavoring extracts, pat. med. and toilet preparations 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Flour, meal and feed. 

Clay and wood 

Flour, meal, feed 

Flour, meal, feed 

Brick 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, feed and meal. 



Invested 
Capital 



S 337.311 

2,900 

5,525 

2,975 

2,300 

4,940 

7,790 

3,550 

3,750 

27,560 

3,725 

136,893 

600 

100,000 

2,350 

4,400 

8,975 

5,246 

13,550 

10,090 

3,860 

2,230 

20,000 

57,760 

10,000 

22,350 

38,225 

17,610 

2,370 

52,100 

60,984 

2,225 

2,950 

3,330 

8,020 

2,500 

3,780 



No. 



1631 

1632 

1633 

1634 

1635 

1636 

1637 

1638 

1639 

1640 

1641 

1642 

1643 

1644 

1645 

1646 

1647 

1648 

1649 

1650 

1651 

1652 

1653 

1654 

1655 

1656 

1657 

1658 

1659 

1660-' 

1661 

1662 

1663 

1664 

1665 

1666 

1667 



1669 
1670 
1671 
1672 
1673 
1674 
1675 
1676 
1677 
1678 
1679 
1680 
1681 
1682 



228 



]SroRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1683 
1684 
1685 
1686 
1687 
1688 
1689 
1600 
1691 
1692 
1693 
1694 
1695 
1696 
1697 
1698 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 
1704 
1705 
1706 
1707 
1708 
1709 
1710 
1711 
1712 

1713 
1714 
1715 
1716 

1717 
1718 
1719 
1720 
1721 
1722 
1723 
1724 
1725 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1730 
1731 
1732 
1733 



County 



Forsyth. 

_-_-dO-.- 

...-do— - 
....do.— 
_--.do.-.. 

...-do.-.- 

_...do-... 
....do._.. 

..-_do..-. 

....do_... 
_...do.— 
.-..do.... 
....do.... 
_---do— - 
..._do.... 
....do.... 
_.__do--. 
.-..do.... 
....do.... 
.-..do..- 
-.--do.... 
--..do-., 
-...do.... 
--..do.... 
....do..-. 
....do.... 
-.-.do.... 

----do..-. 

....do-.-. 
....do.... 



-.--do. 
-..-do. 
--..do. 
....do. 



...do. 
....do- 
...do. 
...do. 
..-.do. 
...do. 
..--do. 
..--do. 
..-.do. 
..-.do. 
..--do. 

.---do. 

....do. 
...do- 
...do. 
...do. 
.--.do. 



PostofEce 



Oldtown 

Pfaffton 

Pinnacle.. 

Rural Hall 

.-.-do 

...do 

.--.do 

.-.-do 

....do 

Tobaccoville 

.---do - 

....do 

.---do 

Walkertown 

....do.. 

..--do. --. 

..-.do... --. 

....do --- 

.---do 

...-do 

Waughtown 

Winston-Salem. 

...-do-... 

....do.- 

.--do 

.-.-do 

....do 

..-.do 

--.-do.... - 

....do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Factory 



R. W. Hedgecock Brick Works 

Wilson Mill and Lumber Co 

Donnaha Sawmill 

Albright Mfg. Co 

J. G. Clayton 

Messenger 

A. L. Payne Tobacco Flue Shop, Ind 

Rural Hall Veneer Co 

Wilson Mill and Lumber Co 

Dosier Roller Mills 

J. F. Hunter 

Hunter & Long 

Kreegar & Watts 

L. M. Disher & Co 

J. H. Idol 

Light Bros. Planing Mill-.. 

Morris Bros - 

Van Hoy's Sawmill 

Walkertown Roller Mills, Inc 

R. L. Whitefield & Co 

T. L. Cook Medicine Co 

Automotive Co., Inc 

Auto Repair and Sales Co 

Bailey Bros.-. 

Barber Printing Co 

Block Mule Harness Co., Ind 

Brown-Williams Tobacco Co 

Buhmann & Ferrell Drug Co 

Burke's Sons' Flour and Grist Mill. 
J. A. & C. E. Burnett's .Marble and 

Granite Works 

R. F. Byerly Brick Yard 

Cahill Box Co 

Carolina Cadillac Co., Inc 

Carolina Foundry and Machine Co. 

Inc 

Carolina Ore Co., Inc... 

The Carolina Paper Box Co 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Concrete Products Co 

Cooperative Warehouse Co., Inc 

J. B. Wilbur Crews Brick Yard 

Crist & Keehln 

Crj'stal Ice Co 

Cummings Chemical Co 

Ellington Medicine Co 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co 

J. G. Flynt Tobacco Co 

Fogle Bros. Co 

Forsyth Mfg. Co 

Forsyth Roller Mills Co 

H. S. Foy 

Garborough Sawmill 



President 



R. A. Hauser. 



Corporation 

J. D. Anderson. 



C. G. Hunter. Mgr... 



E. M. & J. J. Light-. 



L. Hotson. 



W. D. Hemingway... 



J. C. B. Brown. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



229 



Continued 



Secretary 





B 


A. 








K 


V. 








r 


R. 








w 


E 














r 


R 


Watts 









O. p. Morris 

D. G. Van Hoy. 



E. W. Whitefield 

Mrs. Fannie C. Cook — 
P. R. Hilps 



Fred Bailey 

E. F. Barber 

L. M. Gowan 

Wilson Kay 

W. L. Buhmann. 



Articles Manufactured 



Brick- 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Plumbers, woodwork, water-closet seats, tanks, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Tobacco flues and stove pipes 

Veneers 

Flour, meal, feed and rough and dressed lumber.- 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



C. E. Burnett- 



J. H. Rollenal- 



W. T. Brown 

Samuel Linthicum. 

Ralph Long 

J. S. Firey 



G. L. Keehln 

J. Calvin Tuttle 

L. W. Cummings 

Dr. D. R. EUington. 

J. P. Watson 

H. Fuller 

W. F. Miller -.. 

R. A. Spaugh..— 

A. J. Batering 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed 

Brick 

C. C. Cook's cure 

Repair shop for automobiles, tractors and trucks. 

Automobile parts --- 

Tobacco products 

.Job printing 

Harness, strap work.. - 

Tobacco and snuff 

Flavoring extracts, tine, of iron 

Flour, meal, feed 






Tombstones. 

Brick 

Box shocks, hogshead staves, dressed lumber- 
Automobile repair shop... 



R. A. Spaugh, V.-Pres... Rough lumber 



Iron and brass foundry 

Nodulizing cider 

Paper boxes 

Manufacturing soft drinks 

Cement and hollow blocks 

Fertilizers 

Brick 

Almanac and job printing 

Ice 

Pneumonia salve 

Medicine and salve — secret formula 

Hogshead manufacturing 

Chewing tobacco 

Sash, doors, etc 

Chairs, rockers, davenport ends, rocker & chair sides 

Flour, meal, feed 

Concrete burial vaults 



1908 



Invested 
Capital 



8,000 

1,400 

600 

70,000 

2,250 

775 

2,426 

10,300 
4,953 
3,500 
1,400 



1,100 

2,000 

1,300 

3,820 

1,550 

2,750 

17,400 

125 

800 

15,557 

50,034 

653,868 

37,000 

111,299 



1,510 
5,050 

1,600 
6,500 
11,500 
11,236 

58,789 

72,443 

14,000 

60,6.56 

4,000 

93,914 

300 

1,372 

84,231 

2,500 

1,250 

8,584 

562,236 

36,441 

431,969 

277,748 

500 

903 



No. 



1683 
1684 
1685 
1686 
1687 
1688 
1689 
1690 
1691 
1692 
1693 
1694 
1695 
1696 
1697 
1698 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 
1704 
1705 

1706 

1707 
1708 

1709 

1710 
1711 

1712 
1713 
1714 
1715 

1716 
1717 
1718 
1719 
1720 
1721 
1722 
1723 
1724 
1725 
•1726 
1727 
1728-— 
1729 
1730 
1731 
1732 
1733 



230 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No 



County 



1734 

1735 

1736 

1737 

1738 

1739 

1740 

1741 

1742 

1743 

1744 

1745 

1746 

1747 

1748 

1749 

1750 

1751 

1752 

1753 

1754 

1755 

1756 

1757 

1758 

1759 

1760 

1761 

1762 

1763 

1764 

1765 

1766 

1767 

1768 

1769 

1770 

1771 

1772 

1773 

1774 

1775 

1776 
1777 
1778 
1779 
1780 
1781 
1782 
1783 
1784 
1785 



Forsyth. 
...do.— 
..-do— - 
...do.— 
...do.... 
...do.-.. 
...do.... 
...do-... 
...do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
..-.do... 
...-do... 
..-.do..- 
...-do— 
....do..- 
....do... 
_...do.._ 
....do... 
....do... 
.-..do... 
.__.do... 
_.._do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
...-do... 
-..-do... 
....do... 
.--.do... 
-..-do--. 
....do.-, 
-.-.do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
-...do-. 
---.do., 
----do., 
.---do-. 



.-do. 
-.do- 
--do. 
--do. 
--do. 
--do. 
-.do. 
..do. 
-.do. 
--do. 



PostofEce 



Winston-Salem.. 

...do .--- 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..-do-. 

...do.-. - 

...do 

.-..do-.. - 

..-.do.. 

.-.-do 

..-.do 

.-.-do 

..-.do 

.--.do --- 

....do 

-...do 

.-..do— 

-...do 

--..do 

-...do 

--..do 

.-..do 

-...do 

--.do -. 

...do 

...do 

--.do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

W.-Salem, R. 1. 
Winston-Salem. 

...do... 

...do 

-..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

-..do 

.--.do...- 

--.do 



...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do- 
....do. 
....do- 
..-.do- 
....do. 
....do- 
....do. 



Factory 



President 



A. G. Gordon Co 

J. H. Grubbs Planing Mill 

Hanes Rubber Co 

S. Harvey & Son.. 

Hedgecock & Hine, Part 

Hege & Sons 

Hinshaw & Spear 

A. F. Hoover & Co 

Ideal Marble and Granite Co 

Kester Roller Mills 

Markland Printing Co 

Mathews Bakery 

C. A. McGalliard Stone Cut. Wks. 
Medearis Stamp and Printing Co. 

L. P. Nifong 

Nissen Wagon Co.- 

S. J. Nissen Wagon Works--- 

Norman Perry Drug Co 

O'Brien Baking Co 

Orinoco Supply Co -.- 

Pearson's Bakery 

Peerless Candy Co 

Peerless Ice Cream 

J. H. & R. E. Reynolds Cement Wks 

R. J. Reynolds Tob. Co 

Salem Iron Works 

Scoggin Ptg. Co 

Shough's Cigar Factory -. 

J. E. Shelton Box and Lumber Co.. 

Sheppard Veneer Co 

Shore Printing Co., Ind 

Sides Roller Mill 

Smith-Phillips Lumber Co 

South Side Roller Mill 

A. E. Spaugh 

Stafford's Brick Yard 

Steifel Mattress Co., Part 

Stewart's Printing House 

C. A. Stone & Co. Sawmill 

Taylor Bros., Part 

J. W. Thipley, Ind 

Sarah Savannah Thomason Cigar 

Works 

W. C. Tire Botthng Works— 

Townsend Buggy Co 

Twin City Coffee Co 

Underwood Monument Works 

TheUnionRepublicanPublishingCo 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

The Voula Company 

Robert N. Walker 

J. A. Wall & Son 

Winkless Bakery 



J. H. Grubbs. 



A. W. Huffman. 



N. R. Medearis- 



W. L. O'Brien. 
E. T. Mickey . 



W. R.' Reynolds, V.-P. 



B. J. Sheppard. 



Mrs. L. H. Sides. 
R. S. Galloway.. 
S. L. Patch 



S. M. Bumpass. 



W. A. Gosley. 
C. G. Wilson.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



231 



Continued 



Secretary 



S. C. Gordon. 



C. Burrows 

A. S. Harvey 

R. W. Hedgecock 

J. W. Hege 

Miller Hinshaw 

Glenn Hoover 

Mrs. J. A. Weatheridge. 



G. E. Markland, 
R. E. Mathews. - 



W. M. Nissen. 



Articles Manufactured 



Books, book binding. 

Dressed lumber 

Auto tires and tubes. 

Ice cream, candy 

Brick 



N. E. Perry. 



H. B. Pulliam 

S. A. Pearson 

G. L. Keeley 

O. L. Chambers 

John H. Reynolds- 



S. Bryant 

D. B. Scoggin. 

E. F. Shough.. 



Kent Sheppard. 
W. A. Shore 



W. L. Teague. 



A. E. Spaugh 

Joe Stafford 

G. O. Steifel 

J. C. Stewart 

D. W. Clodfelter. 

E. L. Jones 

J. W. Thipley 



S. Savannah Thomason. 

W. C. Tire 

E. O. Pleasants 

Geo. R. Hoilor, Mgr 

B. T. Underwood 



S. D. Crenshaw- 
E. W. Johnson.. 



W. L. Wall 

R. C. Spaugh. 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill products 

Monuments 

Flour, meal, feed 

Commercial printing 

Bread, pies and cakes 

Granite, stone, monumental cutting. 

Printing and rubber stamps 

Rough luniber 

Farm wagons 

Delivery wagons, ice, furniture, etc... 

Nulan hair tonic 

Bread, pies, cakes 

Lumber, sash, doors, blinds 

Baked bread, rolls, cakes and pies 

Candy 



Ice cream 

Hollow building blocks 

Cigarettes, plug and smoking tobacco 

Sawmills, dye machines and general repair work 

Job printing 

Cigars 

Tobacco boxes, mfg. lumber dealers 

Veneer and basket banana carriers 

Job printing 



t- S m 
O c m 



1909 



Invested 
Capital 



Building material 

Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

Brick.. 

Mattresses 

Job printing and binding. 



Chewing tobacco. 
Harness 



Cigars 

Soft drinks 

Harness 

Coffee roasting 

Building monuments and tombstones 

Publishing and job printing. 

Commercial fertilizers, acid phosphate and sulp. acid 

Cough drops, mints of gum 

Optometrist and optician 

Monuments, tombstones, Moravian slabs, coping... 
Bakery 



1905 



1893 



! 4,450 

10,575 

572,294 

1,300 

4,000 

540 

1,350 

5,500 

5,904 

4,525 

2,980 

3,350 

750 

501,735 

800 

300,000 

26,341 

695 

36,236 

90,000 

26,250 

5,230 

27,073 

800 

,801, CO 

224,856 

3,500 

1,007 

19,099 

15,000 

3,125 

27,200 

15,000 

92,357 

1,300 

450 

8,444 



1,500 
634,462 
25,335 

165 

2,640 

6,000 

2,390 

410 

22,510 

48,000,000 

86,000 

950 

2,949 

2,050 



No. 



1734 

1735 

1736 

1737 

1738 

1739 

1740 

1741 

1742 

1743 

1744 

1745 

1746 

1747 

1748 

1749 

1750 

1751 

1752 

1753 

1754 

1755 

1756 

1757 

1758- 

1759 

1760 

1761- 

1762 

1763 

1764 

1765 

1766 

1767 

1768 

1769 

1770 

1771 I 

1772 

1773- 

1774 

1775 
1776 
1777 
1778 
1779 
1780 
1781 
1782 
1783 
1784 
1785 



232 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofiBce 


Factory 


President 


1786 


Forsyth 

..__do 


Winston-Salem 

....do 


Winston-Salem Chero-Cola Bottling 
Co 




1787 






1788 


_...do 


....do 






1789 


-—do 


....do 


Winston Printing Co..- 




1790 


.,..do 


....do 




J White 


1791 


....do 


....do.... 




F G Dunklee 


1792 


Franklin 

....do 


Alert... 


W. G. Ball 




1793 


....do 


Thos. D. Farrar 




1794 


....do..-. 


Bunn 


C. T. Cheves... 




1795 


..._do ___. 


....do 


S. B. Mullen 




1796 


....do 


....do 


R. N. Shearon 




1797 


....do 


....do... 


Clifford Stallings 




1798 


....do 


....do 


W. H. Tant 




1799 


...-do... 


Castalia. 






1800 


-...do.. 


.Franklinton 

....do 


Robt. Alston 




1801 


...-do 


Franklinton Lumber and Power Co. 




1802 


---.do 


....do 




1803 


---.do 


....do. 


C. C. Holmes 




1804 


.--.do 


..-.do 






1805 


-.--do 


....do- 


J. F. Mitchnor 




1806 


..-.do 


....do 


J. L. Parks & Sons . 




1807 


..-.do 


....do 


C. O. Pruitt 




1808 


....do 


....do 


A. H. Shearon Planing Mill 




1809 


...-do ---- 


....do.... 


W. W. Shearon 




1810 


....do -- 


....do 


B. J. Wilder 




1811 


....do 


Gupton 






1812 


....do 


....do 


R. H. Griffin 




1813 


....do 


....do 


Radford Bros. 




1814 


....do 


....do 


W. D. Upchurch 




1815 


....do.... 


....do 


Wesley Radford & Son 




1816 


..-.do 

....do 


Kittrell 






1817 




J.M.&W.H.Allen.Pps. 


1818 


....do 


....do.. 


Ball Bros. . . 


1819 


....do.... 


....do 






1820 


....do 


-...do 


R. T. Clifton... 




1821 


....do 


..do 






1822 


....do 


....do. 


Geo. H. Cooper 




1823 


....do 


....do 






1824 


....do - 


....do 


J. B. Davis 




1825 


....do 


....do 






1826 


....do 


....do 


W. J. Dennis . 




1827 


....do 


....do 






1828 


....do 


....do 






1829 


....do 


....do 


G. W. Ford 




1830 


....do 


....do 


Alex Fuller 




1831 


....do 


....do -. 


C. E. Gupton 




1832 


....do 


-...do... .- 






1833 


....do... 


....do 






1834 


do ... 


do -. 






1835 


-...do 

. do 


-.-do 

do 






1836 


J. B. Lund . 




1837 


....do 


----do -- 


F. B. McKinne 





Miscellajsteous Factories 



233 



Continued 



Secretary 



I 



Ralph Long 

S. C. Harper 

W. S. Shepherd. 
W. L. Harper-. - 
Ira H. White..-. 
L. I. Tesh 

J. Griffin 

G. T. Whitaker. 
Abe Cox 

J. L. Parks 

A. H. Shearon.. 

W. Radford 

W. Radford 

W. Radford 

W. G. Ball 

J. Beasley 

J. B. Davis 

B. Edwards 

J. P. Watson—. 

Quince Leonard 



Articles Manufactured 



t, o c 



Bottling coca-cola and sodas.. 
Bottling and selling coca-cola. 

Laundry 

Job printing 

Vehicles, auto bodies, etc 

Laundering 

Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Veneer 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 



Rough 
Rough 



Rough 

Rough 

Rough 

Rough 

Lumber 

Rough 



Bottling plant 



Rough 



umber., 
umber., 
umber., 
umber., 
umber., 
umber., 
umber, _ 
umber-- 
umber-- 
umber.. 



umber, 
umber- 
umber- 
umber. 
umber- 
umber- 
umber- 
umber. 
umber- 
umber- 
umber- 
umber. 
umber- 
umber- 



Flour, meal, feed, tobacco flues- 



umber- 
umber. 



Flour, meal, feed. 



Rough 

Repairs 

Rough 

Rough 

Rough 

Rough 

Rough 

Hogshead manufacturing. 



umber 

on wagons, carts, etc.. 

umber 

umber 

umber 

umber 

umber 



umber, 
umber, 
umber, 
umber. 



umber. 



umber. 



1907 
1917 



Tobacco flues- 



In vested 
Capital 



60,656 

40,522 

18,530 

75,000 

20,000 

20,000 

4,020 

1,330 

2,990 

4,890 

7,070 

3,380 

2,330 

4,840 

1,900 

3,640 

7,450 

4,030 

2,480 

2,985 

1,970 

5,540 

5,900 

7,830 

4,650 

3,265 

2,300 

2,600 

1,975 

5,750 

2,740 

11,900 

4,380 

3,880 

1,150 

69,993 

12,500 

2,640 

2,365 

5,650 

3,400 

1,380 

320 

5,900 

3,830 

2,690 

1,790 

39,000 

2,865 

13,850 

2,680 

9,000 



No. 



1786 

1787 
1788 
1789 
1790 
1791 
1792 
1793 
1794 
1795 
1796 
1797 
1798 
1799 
1800 
1801 
1802 
1803 
1804 
1805 
1806 
1807 



1810 
1811 
1812 
1813 
1814 
1815 
1816 
1817 
1818 
1819 
1820 
1821 
1822 
1823 
1824 
1825 
1826 
1827 
1828 
1829 
1830 
1831 
1832 
1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 
1837 



234 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 
1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
i860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 



1890 



County 



Franklin. 

....do 

_-_-do 

....do 

....do 

----do 

....do 

....do 

-.-.do 

....do 

.--.do 

----do 

....do 

-...do 

-.--do 

....do 

-.-.do 

...-do 

....do 

-.--do 

..--do 

--..do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

..--do 

--..do 

--..do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

Gaston... 

----do 

--.-do 

..--do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

---.do 

----do— -. 

----do 

----do..--. 

---.do 

----do 

--..do 

---.do..... 

--..do-.— 

-...do 

-..-do— 

-...do— 
...-do 



PostofEce 



Louisburg 

.-.-do 

...do.... 

....do 

...do 

...do.... -.-. 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

....do.... 

.---do 

Mapleville 

..--do 

....do 

Spring Hope 

Wakefield 

....do 

Wake Forest .. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Wood 

...do 

Youngsville 

....do.. ---- 

...-do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

Zebulon 

Alexis 

Belmont.. -. 

....do 

Bessemer City 

Cherryville 

.---do 

...-do 

....do 



....do..-.. 

....do 

....do 

Dallas 

Gastonia. 

....do 

....do 

....do-... 

....do.-.. 

....do.—. 

.--do 

...-do 



Factory 



C. S. Merritt.. - 

H. E. Newton --- 

R. R. Perry - 

R. G. Person 

M. L. Rogers 

C. W. Shockey & Co --. 

G. B. H. Stallings 

W. W. Webb - - 

J. W. Wesson... 

R. C. Wooldridge 

Y. Yarbrough 

H. C. Gupton - 

C. P. Harris.. ---- 

R. D. Perry 

G. Pace - 

W. E. Privett --. 

Smart & Calton 

A. H. Shearon-- - 

J. D. Bush & Co 

W. D. Fuller 

W. S. Montgomery - 

M. D., W. T. & J. M. Calton 

C. C. & F. A. Cheatham 

A. D. Frazier 

W. M. Galleher - -■ 

W. A. Massey.. 

R. E. Pearce 

James Pence 

Perry & Pearce 

R. C. Underwood 

J. T. Wilson 

I. H. Young 

Pittman Stell 

C. A. Mauney 

Belmont Brick Co 

Belmont Roller Mills 

Barytes Mine 

Cherryville Beam Mill 

Cherryville Foundry Works 

Cherryville Roller Covering Co — 

Cherryville Roller Mills 

The Eagle 

Model Ginning Co 

Styers Sash and Door Shops 

Piedmont Metal Roofing Co 

J. B. Atkinson 

Bludwine Bottling Co 

Brumley-Walters Printing Co 

Cocker Machine and Foundry Co. 

Craig & Head 

Gaston Iron Works 

Gaston Times 

Gastonia Coca-Cola Bottling Co . 



President 



C. C. Cheatham. 



K. A. Perry. 



W. F. Lewis. 



G. F. Beam 

C. C. Dellinger. 
G. T. Janett.... 
W. G. Stroup... 
L. H. Hauser... 
J. W. Kendrick. 
W. J. T. Styers. 



Frank Brumley. 



B. H. Craig 

B. Frank Norris. 
F. A. Slat" 



Miscellaneous Factories 



235 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


o is 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 




Rough lumber _. - - 




S 3,900 
4,980 
1,980 
3,690 
1,890 
1,625 
3,380 
4,080 
2,095 
2,630 
5,325 
4,400 
1,750 
2,235 
3,340 
1,500 
2,760 
1,770 
645 
1,875 
6,300 
8,000 
4,200 
3,135 
2,175 

15,700 
1,520 
2,030 

15,450 
4,850 
8,990 
2,440 
4,280 
4,000 

10,000 

20,000 


1838 








1839 








1840 








1841 








1842 


C. Shockey 






1843 




Rough lumber .. 




1844 




Rough lumber . . . 




1845 








1846 




Rough lumber. _._ .. 




1847 








1848 








1849 




Corn meal -- -- -- - 




1850 




Rough lumber --- --- ..._.... . 




1851 


G Pace 


Rough lumber. _ . 




1852 








1853 


W. Smart.— _ 






1854 








1855 


W. E. Holton 






1856 




Rough lumber 




1857 




Rough lumber . .... 




1858 




Rough lumber. . . 




1859 








1860 








1861 








1862 




Rough lumber .. . 




1863 




Rough lumber 




1864 








1865 








1866 








1867 








1868 








1869 




Rough lumber 




1870 




Rough lumber 




1871 




Brick 




1872 




Flour, meal and feed 




1873 




Mining ores. . . 




1874 




Flour, meal, feed . . . 




1,150 
8,500 
6,300 
4,000 
5,600 
2,100 

10,000 
5,300 

50,176 

25,832 

3,900 

102,477 

1,300 

16,500 
8,600 


1875 




General foundry work.. __ 




1876 




Roller coverings for cotton mills 




1877 








1878 








1879 


N. B. Kendrick 






1880 






1900 


1881 


P. D. Sun 




1882 








1883 


C. P. Nanney, Mgr.. _. 


Soft drinks ... . . .... 




1884 








1885 


J. Robt. Craig 


General machine work 




1886 








1887 








1888 








1889 


Geo. H. Marvin 


Soft drinks.. 




22.470 


1890 



236 



J^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 



County 



Gaston. 

...do— 
..--do— 
-...do... 
.-..do..- 
....do..- 
-...dc- 
....do... 
..--do... 
....do... 
....do... 
...-do... 
....do... 
....do... 
..--do— 
....do... 
....do... 
-...do... 
....do... 
-..-do... 
.--do— 
-.--do— 

.---do... 

Gates... 
....do... 
..-do— 
....do— 
...-do... 
..--do... 
....do... 
-...do-, 
-...do... 
---.do... 
....do... 
...-do— 
....do... 
....do... 
-...do... 
-.--do— 
....do— 
....do— 
....do... 
....do-. 
....do... 
....do.- 
....do.- 
....do— 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
...-do-. 
..--do... 
-...do... 



PostofSce 



Gastonia... - 

...do 

....do... -- 

...do - 

...do. 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do.- 

.-.-do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Lincolnton, R. D.. 

...-do R.F.D 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 

.---do --. 

Mount Holly 

....do -.-. 

..--do 

....do 

...do- ---. 

Bosley.. 

Corapeake 

Drumhill 

Eure... 

....do 

....do.-. -.-. 

.-..do 

..--do-.. -.-. 

--.do- 

....do -.- 

Gates 

..-.do 

.---do 

Gatesville 

....do 

....do 

.--.do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

Hobbsville 

.-.-do 

Roduco 

.--do- 

Sunbury- 

— .do.- 

..-do.. 

..-do 

....do 

--.do 



Factory 



Gastonia Ice and Coal Co 

Gastonia Mattress Co 

Gastonia and Suburban Gas Co. 

T. A. Henry 

Bryson R. Hope & Co 

Ideal Roller Covering Shop 

Loftin & Co 

Roula Mfg. Co 

Snowflake Steam Laundry 

Southern Cotton Oil Co .-- 

Spencer Lumber Co 

Todd's Steam Bakery 

The White Monument Works 

Beaver Dam Roller Mills 

Builders Supply Mfg. Co 

S. L. Carpenter 

J. W. Harrison & Bro 

Lowell Press-- 

American Processing Co 

Gaston Brick Co., Inc 

Kendrick Brick and Tile Co 

Mo-Ho Brick Co 

R. Z. Robinson 

B. H. Ward 

Eure Mill Co 

J. W. Truett & Co. 

Coulbourn Bros 

The Hale Garage-- 

Hale's Wood Shop-- 

Oliver R. Spivey 

Story Brothers, Part 

Taylor's Sawmill 

W. H. Taylor- 

J. C. Barham & Bro 

The Gates Garage— 

Elijah Piland 

J. W. Brown Garage 

Brown's Mill 

Eure & Hampton 

G. W. Horner 

Lassiter's Shop 

Piland's Shop 

N. J. Riddick Garage 

Hallowell's Shop 

Hobb's Repair Works 

Melton Grist Mill 

C. C. Parker 

H. C. Benton Mill 

Bynum Grist Mill 

Frank Cross Mill 

Hofler Mill Co 

Pierce's Shop 

Sunbeam Trading Co - 



President 



J. M. Underwood. 



Bryson R. Hope. 

G. W. Smith 

C. I. Loftin 



W. M. Morris. 



W. C. Todd 

W. M. White 

S. L. Carpenter. 



J. M. Wilson 

C. E. Hutchison. 



J. W. Kendrick. 



E. A. Story. 



W. H. Piland. 



R. L. Hobbs. 



Mrs. M. Hofler, Mgr.. 
L. M. Pierce, Owner. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



237 



Continued 



Secretary 



T. N. Campbell, Mgr. 
E. C. Powell 



J. B. Reeves- 



J. A. Ryan 

F. A. Cathey, Sec. 



Blair Jenkins— . 
J. W. Harrison. 



J. B. Withers-... 
N. B. Kendrick. 
F. A. Cathey 



Jno. Ward 

R. E. Morgan. 



Wm. R. Ross. 
J. P. Hale.... 
Jerry Hale 



Henry Taylor. 
A. F. Hyman.. 
J. C. Barham. 

P. Hale 

Elijah Piland.. 



W. W. Brown. 
J. B. Eure 



Charles Lassiter. 



L. B. Lewis 

Jno. T. Melton. 



Moses Bynum. 



Articles Manufactured 



Ice 

Mattresses 

Gas 

Doors, sash, mantels, blinds. 
Ice. 



Roller covering 

Job printing 

Auto tire fabrics 

Laundry 

Cotton-seed products 

Dressed lumber 

Bakery 

Monuments and tombstones. 

Flour, meal, feed 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber 

Brick 

Job printing 

Mercerizing cotton yarn 

Common red brick 

Common brick 

Brick 

Rough lumber . 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto and general repairs. 

Buggies, carts, wagons 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Logs and bolts 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Repairing buggies, wagons and implements. 

Rough lumber 

Carts 

Dirt carts 

Auto repairs 

Farm carts 

General repairs 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal and lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Repairing carts and buggies 

Rough lumber 



» a 



u o c 



1916 



Invested 
Capital 



280 
,000 
,300 
,350 
,700 
,600 

700 
,000 
,800 
,000 

550 
10,000 



No. 



1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 



238 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 

1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



County 



Gates 

--.do 

..-.do 

Graham... 

.__do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Granville. 

....do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 



_-do.. 

..do.. 
....do.. 
....do_. 
....do.. 
_...do.. 
....do-. 
--.-do.. 
_...do.. 
....do- 
....do.. 
_.__do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
..-.do.. 

.---do.. 

....do.. 
..-.do.. 
-...do.. 

----do-, 
.---do., 
----do-. 

---do-, 
----do-, 
----do. 

-..-do. 

--.-do- 
_---do- 
-..-do. 
-...do. 
----do. 
....do. 
....do. 
.-..do. 

--.-do. 

....do. 

_-.-d0_ 

....do- 
....do- 



PostofBce 



Trotsville 

...do. 

—do 

Brock 

Moriah 

Robbinsville 

—do 

Topton 

Berea- 

---do -.. 

...do 

Bullock ---. 

Clarksville, Va., 

R. 3 

Creedmoor 

—do 

-..do -. 

---do 

-..do- 

...do 

Franklinton 

Franklinton, R. D 

North Side 

Oxford 

Oxford, R. 6 

Oxford, R. 3.. 

Oxford... 

..-.do 

....do— 

.--do -.. 

.--.do- 

.---do- - 

.--do 

Oxford, R. 7 

Oxford -. 

.---do- --. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Oxford, R. D 

Oxford..-- -- 

— -do 

— -do 

.---do 

Petersburg, Va.-- 

Stem _ 

Stem, R. D. _ 

Stovall 

-.--do 

---do 

---do 

---do 

-—do 



Factory 



Blanchard & Rountrce 

Knight's Sawmill 

W. H. Speight- 

J. C. Dean 

O. S. Huff 

S. F. & J. M. Halloway 

Sweetwater Flour and Grist Mill- 
Claud S. Kinsland 

H. G. Pruitt 

Reese & White 

W. C. Stevens— 

Campbell Sawmill 



A. H. Tilley's Sawmill 

Creedmoor Auto Co 

J. T. Holman— 

C. M. Lawrence 

L. H. Longmire 

A. J. Simons 

Grumbo & Rozel 

Cannady's Mill - 

E. L. Morrissett & Co.- 

W. B. Connelly 

W. A. Adams Co 

A. W. Davis --- 

T. E. Dement 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co 

Gooch's Machine Shop - 

Gorman Wheel Co - 

J. P. Hunt 

J. E. Jackson _. 

Jeffreys & Myers Mfg. Co 

McGee & Simpson 

Offie McGhinnis 

Moore Lumber Co 

Oxford Body Co 

Oxford Buggy Co 

Oxford Hardware Co 

Oxford Roller Mills 

G. S. Perkins 

C. D. Ray & Son 

Son-Floor Sweeping Co 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co 

J. F. Veasey 

Appomattox Box Shook Co., Inc. 

C. G. Nelms 

W. I. Wheeley.- 

J. G. Burwell 

D. M. Coffey 

Daniel's Sawmill 

J. B. Davis 

C. L. Emory 

Tilley's Sawmill 



President 



Partnership--- - 

S. P. Harwood, Owr., 



Partnership 

J. B. Campbell. 



I. E. Harris- 



Partnership (Props. 

T. L. &N. M.Cannady 
E. L. Morrissett, Owr. 



R. M. Jeffreys. 



W. A. Parham. 



E. H. Patterson, Tr.. 



W. C. Daniel, Owner. 
A. H. Tilley, Owner.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



239 



Continued 



Secretary 



R. J. Knight. 



W. A. Adams.. 



J. P. Watson.. 

J. Gooch 

C. S. Gorman. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber. 
Rougji lumber. 



j- o c 

go ■ 



Rough lumber.. 
Flour and meal. 
Rough lumber.. 



Lumber. 



J. H. L. Myers. 
Geo. W. Jones.. 



Lumber 

Auto repairs. 



Rough lumber 

Tobacco flues and stove pipes- 
Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco hogsheads 

Rough lumber 



Hogshead manufacturing 

Trucks 

Wheels.. 

Tobacco flues 

Rough lumber 

Box shooks 

Rough lumber 



1905 
1911 



1916 



R. M. Ray 

R. L. Brame 

J. W. Cannady. 



Planing lumber 

Buggy bodies and automobile bodies. 

Buggies and surreys 

Tobacco flues 

Flour, meal, feed 



Planing mill 

Sweeping compound. 

Buggies 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Meal 



Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



Rough lumber, etc.. 



Invested 
Capital 



8,050 
4,500 
2,000 
7,410 
3,500 
400 



2,000 
1,250 
1,700 
1,500 



3,000 
4,285 
1,600 
2,000 



1,600 

2,000 

7,000 

9,000 

4,500 

3,466 

1,500 

500 

597 

1,023 

76,000 

3,500 

1,000 

66,000 

660 

1,769 

600 

37,727 

134,000 

100 

8,000 

2,300 

5,000 

1,250 

85,882 

3,000 

8,782 

1,200 

1,150 

1,400 

1,400 

6,000 

3,700 

3,800 

2,885 



No. 



1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969 

1970 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 

1981 

1982 

1983 

1984 

1985 

1986 

1987 



1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 



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Tahi.e No. 1- 



No. 



1990 

1997 

1998 

1999 

2000 

2001 

2002 

2003 

2004 

2005 

2006 

2007 

2008 

2009 

2010 

2011 

2012 

2013 

2014 

2015 

2010 

2017 

2018 

2019 

2020 

2021 

2022 

2023 

2024 

2025 

2026 

2027 

2028 

2029 

2030 

2031 

2032 

2033 

2034 

2035 

2036 

2037 

2038 

2039 

2040 

2041 

2042 

2043 

2044 

2045 

2046 

2047 

2048 



County 



Granville. 

-.-.do 

Greene 

....do 

-...do 

...-do 

-...do 

.-..do 

.---do 

Guilford.. 

.--do 

-.--do 

---.do 

-...do 

---.do 

--.-do 

-...dO-...- 

-.-.do 

.-.-do 

--.do 

— -do— - 

----do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

----do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

.--.do 

...-do 

.---do 

.---do — - 

.---do 

.---do—-. 

.---do— - 

.---do — 
.--do—. 

----do 

-.--do-—. 
-___do..... 
--.-do— -. 
.-..do-..-. 
.---do..... 
...-do.... 
...-do.... 
.---do— 

-..-do— - 

-.--do— - 

----do— - 

-_..do...- 
----do— 
----do- 



Post office 



Virgilina, R. 5 

Youngsville, R. 2- 

Maury 

Snow Hill 

--.do 

...do 

--.do - -- 

...do _ 

Walstonburg . 

Brown Summit 

...do... 

.--do 

.---do.... --. 

...do .-- 

Climax 

.---do - 

Colfax 

.--.do --. 

Dunoan... 

Gibsonville 

Gibsonville, R. 1.. 

Gibsonville -. 

Greensboro 

..-.do-.. -.-. 

.---do 



-do- 
-do. 
-do- 
-do- 



-do.-. 
.do... 
.do... 
.do— 
.do... 



...do- ---- 

.--do 

-.-do --- 

..-do- 

...do _- -- 

---do 

.--do - 

-.-do 

.--do -.- 

---do 

Greensboro, R. D 

Greensboro 

.--.do 

..--do 

.---do 

.--.do 

.---do 

.---do 

.---do 



Factory 



President 



W. P. A'aughan -.- 

B. L. Bragg--- 

C. L. Hardy-— - ..- 

Geo. W. Gregory 

Geo. W. Jones 

James Shirley 

Snow Hill Pub. Co 

J. M. Whitley 

Mercer Bros - 

Apple & Hardie 

Brown Summit Broom Co... .- 

J. E. Green---- 

Troxler Bros 

Vance & Dwiggins 

Fields & Fields 

J. C. Reynolds Co 

Joe Atkins 

E. S. Cude 

Newport Mfg. Co __ --. 

Gibsonville Milling Co.. Inc 

Reedy Fork Roller Mills 

O. T. Sizemore 

Acme Mill Works 

Apostolic Messenger - 

Auto Tire Accessory Co 

Bagley & Alderman _ 

E. E. Bain 

Ballanee & Co 

Battery Service Co - 

Blue Bell Overall Co 

Geo. C. Brown & Co 

Carolina Baking Co 

Carolina Cigar Co 

Carolina Electric Repair Works 

Carolina Steel and Iron Co..- 

S. W. Carter 

Central Motor Car Co 

C. B. Clegg 

Clegg's North Side Bakery -.- 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

P. B. Comer 

Cook-Lewis Foundry Co 

Cunningham Brick Co 

Cunningham Springless Shade Co. 

Lee Davis & Sons 

Dicks Laundry Co 

El Reeso Cigar Co 

Export Leaf Tob. Co 

Federal Bedding Co 

W. H. Fisher Co - 

Ford Body Co -- 

Gate City Candy Co 

Gate City Motor Co 



P. E. Taylor, Owner. 



A. V. Caldwell. 



W. F. Huffnor. 



L. M. Clymer, Prop.. 



H. E. Ballanee. 



C. C. Hudson. 



H. O. Wilby. 
L. L. Ferrell. 



John W. Trimble. 



L. L. Clegg. 



A. R. Lewis. 



W. H. Fisher. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



241 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. E. Debnam. 



B. F. Mercer, 



Fulp M. Vance. 
R. P. Fields 



S. S. Nelson 

W. F. Milloway. 
H. J. Williams- 



E. M. Sparger 

J. L. Talbert, Auditor^ 



C. W. Moore 

J. W. McLennon. 



J. B. Harrison, 



C. H. Lewis 

J. H. Cunningham.. 
C. D. Cunningham. 

Mrs. Lee Davis 

Geo. W. Foushiem.. 
R. C. Chandley .... 

J. P. Watson 

J. F. Canery 



E. R. Ford 

W. M. Boyst, Mgr. 
G C. Cox 



Articles Manufactiired 



Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber- 
Job printing 

Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



Brooms- 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and box shooks 

Rough lumber 

Roller mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Flour, meal, feed 

Meal, flour 

Rough lumber 

Roll work for flour mills 

Job printing 

Auto repairs-- 

Job printing 

Dressed lumber and building material 

Confections 

Repair batteries 

Overalls 

Rough lumber 

Baked goods 

Cigars 

Electrical repairs 

Steel tanks, smokestacks, etc 

Tobacco flues, etc 

Auto repairs 

Crushed stone 

Bread, cakes, pies 

Coca-cola 

Auto repairs 

Iron, brass, bronze and aluminum castings- 

Brick 

Window shades 

Canning 

Laundry 

Cigars 

Hogshead manufacturing - 

Mattresses 

Job printing 

Auto bodies 

Candy 

Auto repairs 



O a m 



1896 



Invested 
Capital 



$ 1,200 


1996 


800 


1997 


2,000 


1998 


4,300 


1999 


3,900 


2000 


3,650 


2001 


9,000 


2002 


1,250 


2003 


750 


2004 


1,400 


2005 


2,750 


2006 


2,200 


2007 


5,900 


2008 


27,074 


2009 


1,200 


2010 


5,500 


2011 


850 


2012 


9,000 


2013 


26,417 


2014 


27,500 


2015 


10,000 


2016 


2,050 


2017 




2018 


6,774 


2019 


5,300 


2020 


8,000 


2021 


1,000 


2022 


59,200 


2023 


3,326 


2024 


194,487 


2025 


35,297 


2026 


29,874 


2027 


2,146 


2028 


3,500 


2029 


41,135 


2030 


4,035 


2031 


1,700 


2032 


27,600 


2033 


6,000 


2034 


28,058 


2035 


1,935 


2036 


14,500 


2037 


21,200 


2038 


79,590 


2039 


100 


2040 


32,000 


2041 


297,943 


2042 


472 


2043 


300 


2044 


8,340 


2045 


14,500 


2046 


39,898 


2047 


70,184 


2048 



No. 



16— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



242 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


2049 
2050 


Guilford 

do . 


Greensboro.. 

do 


Glascock Stove and Mfg. Co... 


T. A. Glascock 


2051 


do 


do 


G. S. Goulden & Son Harness Shop 


G. S. Goulden 


2052 


do 


do . - . 




2053 


do 


do 


Greensboro Printing Co... 




2054 


do 


....do 


Greensboro Roller Mills __ 


W. A. Watson, Jr 


2055 


do 


Greensboro, R. D. 
Greensboro, R. 3.. 

Greensboro _ 

do . 


C. A. Groome 


2056 


do 




M. C. Groome, Part.. 


2057 


do 


Guilford Lumber Mfg. Co 


C. A. Reynolds 


2058 


do 






2059 


do 


do 






2060 


do 


do 


Hill Chemical Co 


R. R. Hill 


2061 


do 


do 






2062 


do 


do 






2063 


do . 


do .— 






2064 


do 


do . 


T. R. Lucas 




2065 


do 


do 


Melton Rhodes Co., Inc 




2066 


do 


do 


Midway Auto Co 


L. A. Andrews 


2067 


do . . 


do... 


J. M. Carter 


2068 


do 


do.— 




J. H. Neese 


2069 


do 


do 


Newman Machine Co 


Geo. F. Newman 


2070 


....do 

....do.... 


....do 




A. V. Caldwell, Pres. 




North State Milling Co 




2071 


A. S. Gates 


2072 


do. 


do 


Oettinger Lumber Co 


J. R. &E. M. 


2073 


do 


do 


Oettinger, Props. ... 


2074 


do 


do 


E. E. Pain . 




2075 


do 


do 






2076 


do 


do . 






2077 


do 


do 




J. A. Dixon 


2078 


do 


do 


J. R. Pitts . - . 




2079 


do 


do 






2080 


do 


do 






2081 


. do 


do.. 


Sergeant Mfg. Co 

Shuttle Block Mill. 


G. S. Sergeant 


2082 


do 


do 




2083 


do 


do 


R G Sloan Motor Co. 




2084 


do 


do 






2085 


do 


do ... 






2086 


do 


do 






2087 


do 


do 






2088 


do 


do 


William Sullivan & Co 


W. E. Sullivan 


2089 


do 


do 


Sutton-Middleton Co 




2090 


do 


do 


E. J. Talley Laundry Machine Co.. 
B. C. Troxler . 


E. J. Talley 


2091 


do 


do 




2092 


do 


do 






2093 


do 


do 


W. J. Westbrook Elevator Co 

White Oak Garage . . .. . 


W. J. Westbrook 


2094 


do 


do 




2095 


do - 


do 


White Way Bag Co .. .. . 




2096 


do 


do 


Woodell & Sheets . 




2097 


do 


do 


Wright Safety Air Brake Co 


E. D. Tessier, V.-P... 


2098 


do 


do 




2099 


....do 


Guilford 


Guilford College Motor Co 





Miscellaneous Factories 



243 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



_g a 

o ^ _ 
a c o 
"o c 

go-- 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



c. 


L. 


Whitaker, 


Bkr 


w 


B 

W 


Vestal—. 




H 


Sinclair- 













W. B. MendenhalL 
J. C. Crutchfield... 
C L. Harrison 



R. M. Hadley. 
J. C. Knight- 
J. F. Fulton-. 



E. N. Englow. 



W. B. Atwater. 



H. M. Weathers. 



L. M. Mattam 

M. R. Ross, Mgr. 
C. W. Walton—. 



S. C. Cole. 



Chas. D. Roberts 

W. G. Coble, Serv.MgT. 

J. H. Bason 

I. L. Ferrell 

G. Danieb 



R. M. Middleton. 



Stoves, grates, etc 

Salve and liniment 

Harness 

Bottled goods 

Job printing- 

Flour, meal, feed 

Brooms 

Canning vegetables 

Lumber and building material- 
Monuments 

Job printing 

Salves 



18S8 



Monuments 

Cigars 

Rough lumber 

Filing cabinets and sectional bookcases. 

Auto repairing 

Auto repairs 

Monuments, tombstones 

Woodworking machinery 



Planing-mill products. 
Flour, meal and feeds. 



1912 



Sash, doors, and blinds. 

Motor repairs 

Dressed lumber 

Soda water 

Ice 



Gas for railway car lighting 

Planing mill, dressed Ibr., sash, doors, and frames. 

Box shooks 

Monuments 

Iron foundry and machine shop 

Planing-mill products 



Laundry work 

Beds and pillows. 
Trucks 



D. H. Everett, Auditor. 



L. W. M. Farland 

Harry Samuels 

A. E. Woodell 

Neil Ellington, Treas... 

J. R. Brown 

J. W. Bondurant 



Job printing 

Metal workers 

Burning and testing machines. 

Laundry machinery 

Flour, meal 

Vick's salve 

Elevators 

Auto repairs 

White shoe cleaner 

Job printing 

Railway safety appliances 

Woodworking machinery 



1907 



> 88,943 

49,964 

900 

65,042 

10,064 

91,126 

14,500 

2,150 

77,812 

3,300 

33,224 

200 

17,6,38 

9,700 

45,278 

2,050 

210,258 

7,700 

7,600 

28,000 

100,579 

26,417 
30,200 

101,033 

10,889 

1,000 

14,817 

35,367 

500,000 

77,600 

45,000 

14,506 

36,T)26 

10,425 

19,265 

4,100 

30,539 

131,874 

82,925 

6,500 

41,144 

30,570 

7,300 

15,527 

9,008 

5,000 

1,981 

722 

112,500 

335,608 

5,900 



2049 
2050 
2051 
2052 
2053 
2054 
2055 
2056 
2057 
2058 
2059 
2060 
2061 
2062 
2063 
2064 
2065 
2066 
2067 
2068 
2069 

2070 
2071 

2072 
2073 
2074 
2075 
2076 
2077 
2078 
2079 
2080 
2081 
2082 
2083 
2084 
2085 
2086 
2087 
2088 
2089 
2090 
2091 
2092 
2093 
2094 
2095 
2096 
2097 
2098 
2099 



244 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostoflSce 


Factory 


President 


2100 


Guilford 

....do 


Guilford 


R. A. McMaster - 




2101 


Guilford College.. 
....do 


Guilford College -Milling Co., Part - 
A. S. Long-- 




2102 


....do 




^108 


....do 


....do 


R. B. Miller 




?in4 


....do 


High Point 

....do 


W. A. Barber Printing Co. 


W. A. Barber- 


2105 


..._do _.-. 


Barker Roller MilL.-- 


F. H. Barker. 


210fi 


....do _... 

....do 


...-do 

----do 


N. W. Becson's Shops 


N. W. Beeson 


?,in7 






2108 


....do 


High Point, R. 1.. 

High Point... 

....do 


A. J. & Earl Bryant 




2109 


...,do 


Carolina and Yadkin River Ry. Co. 
Cecil Mfg. Co 




2110 


....do... 


D. 0. Cecil 


2111 


....do - 


....do — 




S. L. Davis 


2112 


....do.... 


. do . 


Consolidated Veneer and Panel Co. 
Denny Roll and Panel Co. 


R. R. Ragan.. 


?113 


....do.- 


...-do— - 


?114 


....do 


----do — ---. 






2115 


----do -._. 


--..do 


Glenola Brick Co. 




2116 


--.-do 


....do 


Hayworth Roll and Panel Co 




2117 


--..do... 


....do 


High Point Brick Co. 




2118 


....do -... 


..--do 


High Point Buggy Co 




21iq 


..-do 


—do 


High Point Candy Co 




21?0 


..--do 


....do 






K1?1 


.---do 

---do 

---.do __.. 


....do -._. 

.—do— -. 

--..do 


High Point Machine Works, Inc. 




2122 
2123 


High Point Marble and Gran. Wks. 
High Point Metallic Bed Co. 


D. R. Raper, Prop... 


2124 


----do 


....do 


High Point Milling Co. 




2125 


.-.-do 


....do . 


High Point Motor Co. 




2126 


.---do 


----do 






2127 


----do 


.--do- - 


High Point Underwear Co 




21 ?8 


-—do 


...-do 






2129 


----do 


. do 


Hill Veneer Co. 




2isn 


....do 


----do 






2131 


_.__do 


----do- 






2131^ 


....do 


--.-do 






2133 


....do 


----do 






2134 


....-do 


----do— 


Moflfitt Underwear Co -_ 


G. T. Penny 


2135 


....do 


...-do. 




2136 


....do 


....do-.... - 






2137 


.-.do 

----do _ 


--.do . - 


National Machine and Electric Co.- 




2138 


---.do 




2139 


----do 


....do 


North Carolina Wheel Co. 




2140 


----do 


....do 


S. O. Peebles' Tin Shop 




2141 


---.do 


....do 


Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. of Mich. 


Chas. W. Brown 


2142 


-.--do 


....do 




2143 
2144 


_-_-do 

_-_-do 


----do 

---do 


A. M. Rankin Coffin and Cask. Co. 


A. M. Rankin... 


2145 
2146 


---do.. ._ 

.---do 


----do - 

....do 


Raper Marble and Granite Works.-. 


D. S.. Raper...- 


2147 


do- 


do 


Snow Lumber Co. 


Arthur Lyon, Bkr 


2148 


do - 


do 




2149 


-...do -..- 

--.do - 

-- -do— 


---do 


Staley Mfg. Co 

Stamey Printing House 

Pearly A. Thomas Car Works 

Welborn's Tin Shop 


C. V. Staley 


2150 
2151 


..-do 

do 


W. L. Stamey 

P. A. Thomas 


2152 


.--do 


-—do - 


R. W. Welborn 



Miscellaneous Factories 



245 



Continued 



Secretary 



A. S. Long. 



W. G. Brown. 



W. E. Price, Gen. Mgr., 



W. H. Davis 

W. G. Munyan... 

G. W. Denny 

C. F. Farley 

A. E. Totro 

J. P. Hay worth.. 

E. E. Younts 

H. A. White 

Pete Antanko 

A. W. Kleimence. 
Warren F. Smith. 



A. B. Horney 

R. A. Stowe, Bookkpr. 

J. P. Crowder 

R. B. Troy 

J. W. Clinard 

J. C. Hill 



J. L. White, Asst. Mgr. 
A. W. Marsh, V.-Pres... 

H. A. Moffitt 

J. J. Garland 

L. C. Sinclair 

Bruce L. Bennett 

J. Ranes. 

F. D. Blake 

S. O. Peebles 

A. H. Gillespie 

H. R. Williamson 



Articles Manufactured 



C. L. Gray. 



Rough lumber 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Flour, meal 

Repair work 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Common carriers 

Tobacco baskets _ 

Fin. and uph. parlor suites, dav'ettes & dav'ports. 

Veneers and panels 

Rolls and panels 

Auto repairing 

Common bricks 

Rolls and panels 

Common brick 

Buggies 

Candy 



roc 



1913 
1916 



Decorative glass work. . 
General repair foundry. 

Monuments 

Metal beds 

Flour, meal and feed 



Dry cleaning and laundry 

Underwear 

Excelsior 

Veneers and lumber 

Bedsprings 

Furniture knobs 

Wood filler, stains, paints, varnish. 

Furniture 

Ath. nainsook underwear 

Auto repairing 

Desks 

Machine repairs 

Baked goods 

Buggy wheels 

Roofing and metal work... 

Mirrors and plate glass 

Office supplies 



Vulcanizing 

Monuments 

Organs 

Sash, doors, blinds and mill work. 

Harness 

Phonographs.- 

Job printing _ 

Street cars 

Tobacco flues, pipes, gutters, etc... 



1907 



1905 



1917 



Invested 
Capital 



S 450 

13,073 

500 

2,000 

5,000 

5,000 

1,000 

2,250 

1,800 

3,180,312 

15,610 

10,000 

15,000 

39,000 

2,250 

12,000 

62,500 

8,000 

78,000 

3,500 

7,500 

90,806 

1,200 

106,746 

37,840 

47,784 

45,300 

10,000 

10,921 

11,800 

13,100 

4,500 

56,612 

88,295 

25,000 

6,000 

213,903 

22 627 

5,700 

36,493 

1,100 

100,000 

9,370 

49,180 

2,800 

10,400 

75,536 

586,627 

7,200 

3,100 

6,500 

35,000 

800 



No. 



2100 
2101 
2102 
2103 
2104 
2105 
2106 
2107 
2108 
2109 
2110 
2111 
2112 
2113 
2114 
2115 
2116 
2117 
2118 
2119 
2120 
2121 
2122 
2123 
2124 
2125 
2126 
2127 
2128 
2129 
2130 
2131 
2132 
2133 
21.34 
2135 
2136 
2137 
2138 
2139 
2140 
2141 
2142 
2143 
2144 
2145 
2146 
2147 
2148 
2149 
2150 
2151 
2152 



246 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



2153 

2154 

2155 

2156 

2157 

2158 

2159 

2160 

2161 

2162 

2163 

2164 

2165 

2166 

2167 

2168 

2169 

2170 

2171 

2172 

2173 

2174 

2175 

2176 

2177 

2178 

2179 

2180 

2181 

2182 

2183 

2184 

2185 

2186 

2187 

2188 

2189 

2190 

2191 

2192 

2193 

2194 

2195 

2196 

2197 

2198 

2199 

2200 

2201 

2202 

2203 

2204 

2205 



County 



Guilford.- 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

....do 

-.-.do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

...-do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

...-do 

...-do- - 

-...do .... 

-.-.do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

Halifax-. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do..... 
....do..... 
-...do..... 
..-.do-.... 

....do 

....do-.... 

.-..do 

....do-... 
...-do..-. 

----do— . 

....do..... 
....do..... 
....do..... 
-...do--.. 



Postoffice 



High Point. - 

...do 

...do 

Jamestown 

...do 

Julian 

...do... -- 

...do 

...do 

Kernersville, R.D 

...do R.F.D 

McLeansville 

.--.do 

Oak Ridge-- 

....do 

-...do - 

....do 

...-do 

Pleasant Garden. 

-...do -- 

...-do - 

....do 

....do-... --- 

Pomona 

Stokesdale.. 

....do 

....do 

Summerfield 

....do 

....do - 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Airlie 

Areola 

Aurelean Springs 

...-do 

Brinkleyville 

...do 

...do.- 

Enfield 

...do 

....do 

....do- — ---- 

....do 

....do 

....do- 

...-do - 

.-.-do 

....do 

Essex..' 

....do 



Factory 



J. E. Welch 

Wilson Motor Co. 

Yone Box and Crate Co 

Jamestown Roller Mill 

Johnson Shoe Co. 

Julian Box Co 

Johnson Chair Co... 

Julian Milling Co 

P. P. Shoe. — 

Joseph Atkins- 

W. A. Branson - 

P. V. Boone-- 

C. F. Fryer & Bro 

D. L. DonnelL — 

W. O. Donnell 

S. B. Moore 

Oak Ridge Roller Mill 

T. L. Sizemore 

Buffalo Broom Works 

J. E. Hackett 

Newman Bros 

Pleasant Garden Co., Corp. 
Pleasant Garden Motor Co.. 

Pomona Terra Cotta Co 

Brookbank & Dillon 

Long & Moore 

S. B. Moore 

Lane's Sawmill 

Lane & Smith Sawmill 

S. B. Moore 

W. V. Rauth 

Stafford Bros. Roller Mill... 

C. S. Strader 

Summerfield Milling Co 

S. T. Thorne, Jr.. 

B. C. Hamlet 

W. C. Dickins-.. 

J. R. Liles -- 

Garrett & Co. 

Whit Hardy-. 

W. H. Wilcox 

E. I. Bellamy 

S C. Bellamy 

William Bullock, Ind 

J. A. Draper -. 

J. P. Ellen 

D. L. Johnson 

Lewis's Sawmill _. 

Lafayette McDaniel 

C. E. McQuign.. 

W. F. White 

Carl Alston 

Capps & Gupton 



President 



R. O. Harney. 



John Hardin. 



W. C Bosen- 



W. D. Lane, Owner. 



G. G. Lewis. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



247 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



« a 
b S B 

° C !P 
0, C aj 
"o C 

5 fed 



Invested 
Capital 



No, 



Reith Smith-. 
E. A. Osborn. 



Geo. J. Johnson. 

R. M. York 

N. R. Bowman.. 
G. A. Garrett..-. 



A. T. Stafford. 
N. F. Harner-- 



H. L. Newman. 



L. E. Riddick... 
W. C. Bosen, Jr. 

Brookbank 

G. D. Long 



W. D. Lane. 



A. N. Kaiser. 



H. S. Harrison. 



J. Lewis 

Lafayette McDanieL 



Job printing 

Auto repairing 

Boxes and crates 

Flour, meal 

Heavy and medium-weight work shoes. 

Boxes 

Chair stocks 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber. 



J. S. Gupton. 



Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Custom mill 

Rough lumber 

Brooms 

Rough lumber. 

Roller mill 

Flour, meal 

Aut o repairing.. 

Sewer, drain and culvert pipe, etc.. 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feedstuffs. 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal 

Wheels, carriages and wagons 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber ._ 

Blacksmith shop 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Metal works, tobacco flues 

Rough lumber 

Blacksmith shop 

Rough lumber 



1885 



1916 



1 600 

23,193 

3,000 

4,180 

50,494 

7,500 

4,100 

5,300 

650 

350 

1,150 

1,025 

650 

3,000 

2,400 

1,700 

6,090 

3,250 

13,000 

1,150 

5,000 

9,604 

2,100 

100,000 

6,000 

8,946 

2,000 

700 

600 

1,200 

7,100 

2,000 

2,384 

15,800 

2,325 

6,250 

2,650 

2,795 

1,950 

2,200 

2,750 

1,800 

7,000 

2,100 

1,125 

2,160 

3,370 

15,000 

2,570 

725 

1,300 

2,150 

2,650 



2153 
2164 
2155 
2156 
2157 
2158 
2159 
2160 
2161 
2162 
2163 
2164 
2165 
2166 
2167 
2168 
2169 
2170 
2171 
2172 
2173 
2174 
2175 
2176 
2177 
2178 
2179 
2180 
2181 
2182 
2183 
2184 
2185 
2186 
2187 
2188 
2189 
2190 
2191 
2192 
2193 
2194 
2195 
2196 
2197 
2198 
2199 
2200 
2201 
2202 
2203 
2204 
2205 



248 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No 



2206 
2207 
2208 
2209 
2210 
2211 
2212 
2213 
2214 
2215 
2216 
2217 
2218 
2219 
2220 
2221 
2222 
2223 
2224 
2225 
2226 
2227 
2228' 
2229 
2230 

2231 
2232 
2233 
2234 
2235 
2236 
2237 
2238 
2239 
2240 
2241 
2242 
2243 
2244 
2245 
2246 
2247 
2248 
2249 
2250 
2251 
2252 
2253 
2254 
2255 
2256 
2257 



County 



Halifax. 
_.__do___. 
...-do.... 
_...do.._. 
.--_do..- 
....do.... 
....do-... 
.---do—, 
-.--do.... 
-..-do.... 

.-..do---. 

.---do.... 
..--do.... 

---.do-., 
.---do..-. 

....do..-. 
-...do..-. 

----do.... 
---.do.-. 

-...do---, 
-.-.do.... 
.---do.... 
....do.... 
--..do.... 
..-.do..-. 



...do. 
...do. 

---do. 

.--do. 
...do. 
...do. 
---do- 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
.--do. 



---do. 

---do. 

...do. 
.--do. 
---do. 
---do. 
.--do- 

.--dO- 

.--do. 
...-do- 
...-do. 
..--do. 
...do. 
.---do. 

.---dO- 

.-..do- 



PostofEce 



Essex 

Halifax. 

....do 

Heathsville 

...do 

Hobgood 

...do 

...-do-.- 

Hollister 

...-do 

...do 

...do.. - 

....do 

.---do --.. 

Littleton 

...-do 

..--do.. 

...do 

....do 

..--do 

.-..do- 

....do 

.-.-do 

.---do 

Norfolk, Va., Box 

391 

Palmyra 

Portsmouth, Va... 
Roanoke Rapids. 

.---do 

.---do --- 

Rosemary 

....do 

...-do 

.---do 

.-.-do 

Scotland Neck 

....do 

.---do 

..--do 

...do 

...-do 

...-do 

..-do 

....do 

...do 

...-do 

...do 

Speed 

Spring Hill 

.--.do 

Tarboro, R.F.D... 
Thelma 



Factory 



President 



G. L. Lee 

J. S. Hedgepeth 

D. J. Millican 

Willie Hardy 

Webb & Bowers 

D. W. Downs 

Selwood Mfg. Co 

Ben Staton 

J. L. Alston 

John Gupton 

Geo. L. Knight 

G. M. Scliecker 

R. D. Thorrington... 

T. C. Williams 

H. R. Faulcon 

G. E. Harris- 

H. A. House 

Hudson & Wiggins--. 

Joe Jackson 

Jeff. King.. .-. 

Sam King 

J. P. Leach, Jr 

N. W. Warren 

E. E. Wollett & Son. 



Norfolk-Carolina Timber Corp. _ 

Joe Early 

Planters Mfg. Co., Inc 

Halifax Builders Supply Co 

Halifax Paper Corporation 

B. R. Weeks. 

J. W. Cornett-- 

H. J. Powell 

Lafayette Powell 

Hardy Powers- 

J. Taylor 

L. Braxton 

P. H. Coleman 

The Cotton Oil and Ginning Co. 

Balfour Dunn 

W. L. House -.- 

Mint-Cola BottHng Co 

National Spanish Peanut Co 

Scotland Neck Brick Co 

Scotland Neck Planing Mills 

A. B. Shaw ---.,- 

Enoch Simmons 

Ed. Smith.- 

Ben Shelton 

A. T. Dickins 

A. B. Shaw 

W. D. Leggett ..- 

J. A. House & Bro 



J. P. Futrell. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



249 



ContimieO 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


■a 
o " S 

5S« 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








$ 3,8a0 
3,600 
3,200 
1,650 
1,645 
5,600 

10,800 
1,870 
4,350 
3,500 
2,325 
990 
3,150 
3,450 
1,560 
4,150 

12,250 
7,450 
1,700 
4,275 
4,450 
1,550 
6,325 

40,000 

57,330 
2,100 

35,659 

55,300 
824,769 

16,200 
1,335 
1,400 
5,030 
3,770 
2,800 
1,820 
4,200 
196,140 
2,480 

50,350 

44,168 
329,570 

18,335 
9,000 
6,250 
2,570 
2,030 
2,500 
1,520 

10,850 
2,600 
2,230 


2206 








2207 








2208 








2209 


B W Bowers 






2210 








2211 


S Powell 






2212 








2213 








2214 




Rough lumber.. . .. 




2215 








2216 








2217 








2218 








2219 








2220 








2221 




Rough lumber. . . 




2222 


J W Hudson 






2223 








2224 








2225 








2226 








2227 








2228 








2229 








2230 








2231 








2232 


C. N. Wheeler 






2233 








2234 




Soft drinks. . . . .. 




2235 




Wheels, cart bodies, buggy bodies.. . 




2236 








2237 








2238 








2239 








2240 








2241 








2242 


W. E. Smith.,.. . 






2243 








2244 




Brick 




2245 


E. L. Brown 


Bottling plant .. . . 




2246 


B. G. Neblitt...- 






9047 


J. B. Hall . 


Brick ... . 




2248 




Lu mber 


1920 


2249 




2250 








2251 








2252 


H. White 






2253 








2254 








2255 








2256 


C. D. House 


Rough lumber 




2257 



250 



NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


Factory 


President 


?WR 


Halifax 

....do- 


Thelma 


Matthew Martin.. 




??nq 


....do... 






2260 


-.-.do 


Tillery ... 


A. E. Bobbitt- 




2261 


do - 


do 


A. B. Cook & Son 




2262 


do . 


do 


Johnson & Dunn 




?2fi3 


-.-.do 


Weldon 


Carolina Peanut Co. --- __ 




2264 


do 


do 


K. C. Clark . 




??65 


-..-do 


....do 






nm 


....do- 


.. do. 


Dixon Lumber and Millwork Co 


N. M. Shearin, Asst. 


2?fi7 


....do 


do -. 


Manager 


2268 


....do 


do 






2269 


...do-. 


do 


W. T. Parker 




2270 


. do 


do 


Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works .. 




2271 


do 


do 


Lafayette Powell 




2272 


do 


do 


T. 0. Vaughn 




2273 


...-do.- 


do 


Vincent-Bounds Co. 




2274 


...-do.. 


do — 


Weldon Coca-Cola Bottling Works.. 




2?7.'i 


....do - 

....do . . 


-.-.do 

do 




L. T. Garner 


2276 






2277 


. do- 


do 


The Weldon Lumber Co 




2278 


do 


do 


Weldon Printing House 




2279 


do 


do 


White Star Laundry 




2280 


Harnett 

do 








2281 


do 






228? 


-...do 


do - - 


John T. Ellington 




2283 


....do 


do . 






2284 


....do 


do 


R. D. Overby & Bro.. 


Partnership 


2285 


...do 


do 


J. A. Williams & Bro.... 

D. W. Brie & Cameron 


Partnership 


2286 


-—do — 

.-..do 

. do 




Partnersh ip 


2287 


....do 

do 






2288 


J. A. & J. L. Harrington 


Partnership 


2289 


do 


Broadway, R. 1... 

Broadway 

Buies Creek 

Bunnlevel 

Chalybeate Spgs.. 
do 


M. J. McNeill . 




2290 


do 


McNeill & McLeod... 




2291 


do 






2292 


do 


D. J. Smith 




2293 


....do 

do 


W. N. Bradley 




2294 


D. H. Senter 




2295 


..--do 


Coats 

do 


J. M. Byrd & Co 


N. T. Patterson and 


2296 


do 


J. M. Byrd, Owners 


2297 


do 


do 


T. V. Stewart . . 




2298 


...-do 


Duke, R. 1.- 

Duke 

do 


J. C. Byrd & Bro. 


Partnership 


2299 


do 




2300 


do 


Dock McNeill . 




2301 


-...do 

...-do 


Dunn 

do — . 




W. T. Avery, Owner.. 


2302 




J. F. Beasley 


2303 


do 


do 


W. R. Denning 




2304 


do 


do 






?30o 


-...do. 


.. do 


Dunn Marble Works 

Dunn Oil Mills Co. 




2306 


do 


do 




2307 


- do 


do 


General Utility Co -. .-- 




2308 


- — do 


....do 


The Jno. A. McKay Mfg. Co.. 


Jno. A. McKay 






Miscellaneous Factories 



251 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



S E n 
O r- on 

L. C C 

►SSe 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



W. R. Wiggins- 
S. A. Dunn.... 
A. B. Cook.-.. 

D. Dunn. 

W. A. Pierce... 



A. House 

H. B. HarrelL 



H. A. Hardison. 



Howard Bounds 

G. W. Hutoff 

D. R. Anderson 

C. E. Carter 

M. L. Stall 

A. L. Cochran 

M. S. Mountenette. 



Geo. T. Noel. 



T. M. Parsons, Mgr. 
B. O. Townsend 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Blacksmith, wheelwright 

Rough lumber 

Grading, shelling and roasting peanuts. 

Carts, wheels and cart bodies 

Rough lumber 



Planing mill 

Rough lumber 

General job printing- 
Rough lumber.. - 

Soft drinks 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Bottling soft drinks— 

Ginning cotton 

Ice 



1918 



Rough lumber 

Job printing, printing books. 
Steam laundry 



Rough lumber.. 
Rough lumber.- 
Rough lumber.. 
Dressed lumber. 
Rough lumber.. 
Rough lumber. - 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



Rough and dressed lumber. 
Rough lumber 



Lumber and laths. 



Rough lumber. 

Lumber 

Lumber and cotton gin- 
Rough lumber 

Ice and fuel 



1911 



1918 



Cotton-seed products. 

Dressed lumber. 

Farm implements 



2,800 
4,150 
3,350 
1,380 
4,800 
133,366 
1,085 
5,650 

50,000 

9,596 

4,090 

2,435 

8,246 

1,600 

4,170 

6,500 

13,500 

5,500 

21,459 

254,860 

2,570 

4,600 

1,200 

500 

1,050 

1,700 

3,500 

1,500 

500 

1,350 

2,500 

450 

350 

1,050 

5,300 

750 

4,300 

48,551 
1,100 
4,000 

20,483 

500 

2,000 



3,000 

400 

22,031 



125,104 
67,040 
73,158 



2258 
2259 
2260 
2261 
2262 
2263 
2264 
2265 

2266 
2267 
2268 
2269 
2270 
2271 
2272 
2273 
2274 
2275 
2276 
2277 
2278 
2279 
2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 
2286 
2287 
2288 
2289 
2290 
2291 
2292 
2293 
2294 

2295 
2296 
2297 
2298 
2299 
2300 
2301 
2302 
2303 
2304 
2305 
2306 
2307 
2308 



252 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



2309 
2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 
2314 
2315 
2316 
2317 
2318 
2319 
2320 
2321 
2322 
2323 
2324 
2325 
2326 
2327 
2328 
2329 
2330 
2331 
2332 
2333 
2334 
2335 
2336 
2337 
2338 
2339 
2340 
2341 
2342 
2343 
2344 
2345 
2346 
2347 
2348 
2349 
2350 
2.351 
2352 
2353 
2354 
2355 
2356 
2357 
2358 
2359 
2360 
2361 



County 



Harnett..- 

_--.do 

.-.-do 

--do 

--do- 

-—do 

--do 

....do 

....do 

_..-do 

....do 

....do 

--iido 

..:.do.__... 

.-..do _ 

..__do 

_.._do 

.--.do 

..-.do 

----do 

-...do 

-...do - 

----do 

----do 

Haywood- 

-...do - 

.---do 

-.--do 

....do 

....do _ 

..--do - 

----do 

----do 

..--do 

----do 

....do 

-.--do - 

.--do 

.---do 

--..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

-—do 

.—do- 

.—do 

— -do 

---do 

----do 



Post office 



Dunn 

..-.do 

...do 

..-do 

.---do 

Dunn, R. 3 

Dunn 

Kipling 

.--.do 

..-do 

..--do 

Lillington 

...do 

..--do- 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Linden, R. 1.. 

Mamers 

.--.do 

Manchester 

Olivia... 

Swan Station - 

Canton 

....do 

..--do 

.---do... _. 

.--.do 

.---do 

Clyde 

....do... 

-..do 

---do 

Cove Creek 

....do 

Crabtree 

Crabtree, R. 1. 

Cruso 

Delhvood 

Hazelwood 

-..do 

Nellie 

Sunburst 

-..do 

Waynesville 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.--do 

..-.do 

.---do 

..--do- 



Factory 



Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

George F. Pope 

Pope Printing Co - - 

Southern Marble Works -- 

Y. P. Tart 

Stuart Turlington - - 

Turnage-Jones Lumber Co. 

O. Bradley 

J. R. & T. C. Brown --. 

C. W. Mathews & Co.... 

T. B. Matthews 

Furquay Brick Co 

Holmes & Clark Lumber Co 

Archer Johnson Grist Mill 

LilUngton Oil Mill Co 

M. B. McKinney & Co 

J. W. McLeod & Son Grist Mill. 

C. W. Pipkin & Bro 

Duncan McArtan 

D. W. Cox 

W. C. Lowdermilk 

Cephas B. West - 

H. C. Cameron 

McLean Bros 

Canton Laundry and Ice Co — 

The Champion Fibre Co. - 

The Champion Relief Bakery--. 

J. F. Mann 

W. M. Mease --- 

Winfield & Smathers 

Clyde Roller Mills 

W. J. Jenkins -- 

J. L. Justice .- 

Wyatt & Lanning 

R. T. Boyd Corn Mill -... 

H. P. Rich 

Crabtree Roller Mills 

Z. V. Ferguson — 

T. J. Recce 

H. B. Moody... ..- --- 

R. J. Bryson -- 

England, Walton & Co... 

W. A. Palmer... .- --- 

J. Pingey Inman -- — 

Suncrest Lumber Co 

E. C. Bradley Lumber Co 

Bob Bryson 

Connell Bros 

J. A. Ferguson 

R. M. Ferguson -- 

M. O. Galloway, Owner 

Thomas Hall Lumber Co -. 

Haywood Cooperage Co — 



President 



L. Busbee Pope. 



Partnership. 



J. B. Furquay. 
Partnership — 



Partnership. 
Partnership. 



Partnership. 



J. L. Morgan. 



N. P. Walker. 



E. C. Bradley, Owner 






Thomas Hall, Owner. 
J. H. McConnell 



MiSCELLANEOrS FACTORIES 



253 



Continued 



Secretary 



Chas. P. Wales, Mgr..._ 



P. EdgaL 



Jno. R. Brown. 



S. A. Boney... 
J. W. McLeod. 



G. L. Maffin 

Chas. S. Raymond- 
E. T. Coon, Treas._ 



Bob Winfield. 



J. Lanning. 



E. H. Asberry. 



R. G. Rogers, Treas. 
S. Miller, Mgr 



Articles Manufactured 



Soft drinks 

Planing mill 

Job printing 

Tombstones 

Rough lumber- 



Dressed lumber. 
Dressed lumber. 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber.. 



Brick. 



Grinding corn 

Cotton-seed products. 



Grist mill 

Rough lumber. 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Lumber 



Laundry 

Wood pulp 

Bakery 

Meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lurnber 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tannery 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Barrels 

Meal . 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Apple barrels 



° P S 

iT O C 
GO'S 



1908 



Invested 
Capital 



6,500 

17,500 

16,000 

5,600 

1,200 

1,150 

17,000 

5,300 

1,000 

6,000 

3,000 

8,000 

400 

260 

109,327 

1,700 

150 

1,350 

1,200 

1,000 

1,300 

1,140 



Rented... 

31,000 
6,027,147 
481 
2,600 
4,500 
5,800 

76,000 
5,750 
6,050 
7,550 
2,000 
1,950 

40,900 
8,600 
1,774 
4,150 
3,550 

87,255 
3,259 
2,270 
429,150 
2,450 
4,200 
3,500 
2,520 
6,950 
600 

17,200 
1,566 



No. 



2309 
2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 
2314 
2315 
2316 
2317 
2318 
2319 
2320 
2321 
2322 
2323 
2324 
2325 
2326 
2327 
2328 
2329 
2330 
2331 
2332 
2333 
2334 
2335 
2336 
2337 
2338 
2339 
2340 
2341 
2342 
2343 
2344 
2345 
2346 
2347 
2348 
2349 
2350 
2351 
2352 
2353 
2354 
2355 
2356 
2357 
2358 
2359 
2360 
2361 



254 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


2362 
2863 


Haywood 

...do- 

....do 


Waynesville 

...do 


Haywood Corporation Cheese Co... 
Howell Lumber Co . . 


Geo. W. Cobb 

Will Hyatt. Owner . 


S364 


.. do 


F. T. Hyatt 




2365 


....do 


do . . 


Hyatt & Co. 




2366 


. do 


do 






2367 


....do 


Waynesville, R. 4. 

Waynesville 

....do.... 






2368 


....do.. 


Sewell Medford 




23fifl 


....do 


C. W. Miller... 




2370 


do 


....do 


F. H. Moody 




2371 


....do 


. do.... 


J. W. Patton . . 




nn 


....do 


do- 


West Patton 




2373 


-. .do... 


do 


Pigeon Valley Roller Mills 




2374 


....do 


Waynesville, R. 2. 

Waynesville 

Waynesville, R. 2. 

Waynesville 

do . . 


H. P. Rich 




2375 


....do. 


W. A. Smathers 




2376 


....do 






2377 


....do 


Wm. Tate Lumber Co 


W. M. Tate, Owner... 


?378 


....do 


J. A. Turner 




?379 


....do 


do 


Waynesville Ice and Cold Storage Co. . 


L. M. Killian . 


238(1 


....do 


....do 




2381 


....do 


...do 


F.C.Welch 




2382 


_.__do 


.. do 


White Oak Lumber Co 


W. M. Tate 


2383 


....do 


do-... 


W. E. Yarbrough 




2384 


Henderson... 
....do 






J. 0. Bell.. 


2385 


Bearwallow 






2386 


do 






2387 


....do.... 


....do... 


D. S. Hildebrand Clay Works. 


D.S.Hildebrand.Owr. 


2388 


....do 


....do 




2389 


....do. 


Edneyville 

Flat Rock 

do 






2390 


....do. .- 


W. A. & T. E. Case 




2391 


do 


Highland Lake Mills... 




239? 


....do 




Asheville Brick and Tile Co . 




2393 


.. do 


do 






2394 


. do 


do 


J. L. Garland Grist Mill 




2395 


do 


Fletcher, R. 1 

Fletcher 






2396 


do.... 


T C Huntley 




2397 


do.. 


do 


Wolf & Murphy 




2398 


....do.... 


Hendersonville 

...do 




R. P. Gregory 


2399 


....do 


A. S. Edney . . 




2400 


do 


do 






2401 


....do 


. do.... 


P. B. Gibbs 




240? 


....do 


do .. 


J. V. Helsel 




2403 


....do 


do .. 


Henderson County Flour Mill 

Hendersonville Harness and Buggy 
Co. 


W. C. Jordan 


2404 


....do 


do. - 






....do.. 


do . 


Albert L. Beck 


2405 


Hendersonville Laundry, Ice and 
Fuel Co 






do 


do 




2406 






2407 


....do ... 


.do.... 


Letson's Auto Top Works 

D S L J & J C Pace 


M. C. Letson 


2408 


do 


do 




2409 


....do 


...do 




W. B. Rector 


2410 


do 


do 


L. K Roper 




2411 


. do 


do 


J R Willson Lumber Co. 




2412 


....do 


Horse Shoe 


M. A. Moore 





Miscellaneous Factories 



255 



Continued 



Secretary 



Artinles Manufactured 



E. J. Hyatt, Partner. 
Elbert Smith, V.-Pres... 



Jno. F. Wilkins. 
J. A. ShumielL. 



T. E. Case 

Dulus Stepp 

J. P. Fletcher 

J. W. Grimes 

J. L. Garland 

Howard O. Hayes, Part 



Cheese 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Saddles and harness 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ice 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Crushed stone and sand- 
Rough lumber 



t, O C 

go - 



Brick 

Rough lumber 

Grist and saw mill 

Rough lumber 

Flour and feed mill 

Brick 

Burnt lime, crushed rock, limestone. 
Feed mill... 



Invested 
Capital 



H. B. Wolf. 



Lawrence J. Pall. 



E. C. Latham, Mgr.. 
W. A. Bennett 



D. S. Pace. 



J. R. Willson, Auditor- 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Canning fruits and vegetables. 

Rough lumber 

Patent medicine 

Grist mill, feed 

Sheet metal 

Flour, feed 



Harness- 



Laundry and ice manufacturing- 
Planing mill 

Auto tops 

Rough lumber 

Printing and publishing 

Rough lumber. 

Planing mill 

Corn meal 



1,917 
3,800 

22,500 

45,000 
154,500 
5,200 
3,800 
4,038 
6.600 
4,200 
4,350 

22,550 
6,500 
6,500 
5,500 
7,080 
3,280 
7,775 

13,900 
6,400 

10,896 
4,900 



1,050 



1,875 

450 

1,075 

500 

46,506 

80,701 

920 

8,000 

1,058 

1,845 

22,100 

2,100 

16,450 

920 

2,350 

19,400 

1,508 

38,920 
13,550 
2,675 
14,985 



No. 



2362 

2363 

2364 

2365 

2366 

2367 

2368 

2369 

2370 

2371 

2372 

2373 

2374 

2375 

2376 

2377 

2378 

2379 

2380 

2381 

2382 

2383 

2384 

2385 

2386 

2387 

2388 

2389 

2390 

2391 

2392 

2393 

2394 

2395 

2396 

2397 

2398 

2399 

2400 

2401 

2402 

2403 

2404 

2405 
2406 
2407 
2408 



7,300 2409 

1,340 2410 

2,360 2411 

600 2412 



256 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



2413 
2414 
2415 
2416 
2417 
2418 
2419 
2420 
2421 
2422 
2423 
2424 
2425 
2426 
2427 
2428 
2429 
2430 
2431 
2432 
2433 
2434 
2435 
2436 
2437 
2438 
2439 
2440 
2441 
2442 
2443 
2444 
2445 
2446 
2447 
2448 
2449 
2450 
2451 
2452 
2453 
2454 
2455 
2456 
2457 
2458 
2459 
2460 
2461 
2462 
2463 
2464 
2465 



County 



Henderson, 
-...do- 

Hertford... 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

..-do. 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

....do.. 

....do .- 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

...-do 

--..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-.-do _ 

-—do - 

---do 

.-..do 

....do ^ 

....do r 

...-do 

....do 

.-..do 

-...do 

....do 

--..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-.-.do 

----do 

----do 

.---do -- 

....do 

....do 

-...do -- 

-.--do - 

.---do- 

-.-.do 

....do. 

-—do- 

-—do 

....do 

....do 



Postoffice 



Horse Shoe, R. 1- 

Saconon 

Ahoskie 

-.-do 

.---do 

---do 

-.-do— 

...do 

...do 



.--do 

.--do 

— -do 

— -do— 

-..do 

—do- 

—do 

—do 

—do 

—do 

...do 

— -do 

.-.do 

Cofield 

--do 

—do 

—do- -.. 

.-do- 

...do 

...do 

-..do 

...do 

...-do— 

Como 

Earleys -. 

George 

Harrellsville.. 

.---do --. 

.--.do 

Murfreesboro. 

...do 

.-.do 

...do 

....do 

.---do -- 

.--do 

Tunis - 

Winton 

.---do- -- 

...do -- 

.---do 

Winton, R. 1. 

Winton 

.—do 



Factory 



S. J. Whitaker & Sons 

A. K. Hyder 

Ahoskie Basket Mfg. Co 

-Ahoskie Building Supply Co- 

Ahoskie Light and Power Co 

Bacon & Moore 

Barnes Grist Mill 

John T. Barnes 

The Branning Mfg. Co 

J. G. Garrett Cooperage - 

Garrett & Lawrence 

Hertford Auto and Machine Co 

Hertford County Herald 

J. H. Hines 

A. L. Hobbs & Co 

Geo. J. Newbern Co 

J. C. Newsom Grist Mill 

J. M. Odom 

Rountree & Co 

Sessions & Forks 

B. Vinson & Bro 

Wotf ord's Garage 

Brown Logging Camp 

Cofield Machine and Repair Works. 

Cofield Mfg. Co 

Early Logging Camp 

Harrell's Garage 

J. G. Harrell Garage..- 

Hertford Lumber Co 

H. C. Holloman 

Vinson Nickson 

D. G. Williams & Bro 

Como Milling Co 

T. W. Jones & Son 

W. J. Brown & Co.- 

E. V. Grisson 

H. H. Taylor- 

L. O. Wynn's Sawmill 

John Chitly 

Ferguson's Mill 

Montgomery Grist MilL- 

Vann's Mill 

Russell Vinson 

White & Britton 

World's Grist Mill 

Old Han Mill --. 

E. L. Banks 

Herring & Beal 

E. O. Hines 

A. W. Leverman 

Mapleton Milling Co 

Taylor-Clark Cooperage Co.-- 

Wm. Weaver 



President 



J. M. Odoin.- 
S. E. Dilday.. 
E. R. Couger. 



A. T. Baker. 



Alford Deluther, Owr. 



L. O. Wynn, Owner - 



H. A. White- 



Miscellaneous Factories 



257 



Continued 



Secretary 



S. J. Whitaker- 



James H. Bacon.. 

Robt. Haskins 

W. B. Barnes 

J. N. Pruden 

Geo. Garrett 

J. R.Garrett 

R. P. Slaughter— 

Jas. L. Vinson 

Nathan Hines 

A. L. Hobbs 

Geo. J. Newbern. 



J. O. Rountree... 
E. W. Forks 

B. Vinson... 

Andrew Wotford. 

C. J. Brown 



B. G. Williams- 
Will Early 

H. C. Harrell... 



W. J. Peele. 



H. McD. Spiers. 

C. L. Jones 

W. J. Brown 



W. C. Ferguson 

R. T. Montgomery- 
S. C. Vann 



L. H. Holleman 
P. H. Taylor.... 



Articles Manufactured 



_ a> 
a a 



I. o c 



M 
J. 


E 
T. 


World 

Galling 


D 


J. 


Harrell 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Baskets. 

Mantels, door frames, screen doors and windows. 

Mfrs. electric current; coal dealers 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Tobacco hogsheads.. 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Auto repairs 

Subscription list, advertising, job work 

Lumber 

Auto repairs 

Auto repairs 

Grinding corn and rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Auto repairs 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

General repair engines and wagons 

Slack cooperage stock 

Contract logging 

Auto repairs 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Logs and bolts 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber..- --- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Grist mill and rough lumber 



Invested 
Capita! 



17- 



Machine and repair shop. 

Grinding corn. 

Grinding corn 

Auto garage 

Auto garage — 

Cooperage stock 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber.. 

Cooperage stock 

Rough lumber 

Dept. Labor, 1920. 



1906 



1,955 

24,800 
3,500 

12,802 
3,000 
1,800 
6,810 
100,000 
3,850 
5,975 
9,000 

16,500 
4,900 
1,140 
8,000 
5,225 
2,700 
4,000 

12,800 

12,348 
6,025 

14,200 
4,600 

55,970 
8,840 
1,200 
2,100 
5,870 
7,000 
9,550 
3,500 
4,000 
4,320 
3,200 
2,000 

13,000 
16,000 
6,2.50 



,500 

,700 

,550 

500 

,700 

,000 

,500 

12,750 

4,600 

9,600 

3,400 

2,300 

28,000 

2,475 



No. 



2413 

2414 

2415 

2416 

2417 

2418 

2419 

2420 

2421 

2422 

2423 

2424 

2425 

2426 

2427 

2428 

2429 

2430 

2431 

2432 

2433 

2434 

2435 

2436 

2437 

2438 

2439 

2440 

2441 

2442 

2443 

2444 

2445 

2446 

2447 

2448 

2449 

2450 

2451 

2452 

2453 

2454 

2455 

2466 

2457 

2458 

2459 

2460 

2461 

2462 

2463 

2464 

2465 



258 



N^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



2466 
2467 
2468 
2469 
2470 
2471 
2472 
2473 

2474 
2475 
2476 
2477 
2478 
2479 
2480 
2481 
2482 
2483 
2484 
2485 
2486 
2487 
2488 
2489 
2490 
2491 
2492 
2493 
2494 
249 i 
2496 
2497 
2498 
2499 
2500 
2501 
2502 
2503 
2504 
2505 
2506 
2507 
2508 
2509 
2510 
2511 
2512 
2513 
2514 
2515 
2516 
2517 



County 



Hertford- 
.---do 

Hoke 

..-.do 

...-do 

..-.do 

..--do 

..--do—.. 



.— do... 
..--do— 
..-.do... 
....do... 
..--do-., 
.-.do-. 
....do- 
Hyde., 
.-.do., 
.-.do- 

.---dO- 

..-do.. 
— -do- 
Iredell. 
....do., 
---do- 
..--do- 
....do.. 
....do- 
---do- 
----do- 

-.-.dO- 

---.do- 
----do- 
._--do- 
---do- 
----do- 

----dO- 
----do- 

_---do- 
..--do.. 
.__.do._ 
-...do- 
...-do- 
..._do.. 
.-.do- 
.--do- 
-.-do.- 
.._.do.. 
....do.. 
-__do- 
._--do.. 

-.--dO- 

_--do.. 



Postoffice 



Winton 

Woodland 

Dundarrach... 

Raeford 

Raeford, R. 3. 

Raeford 

.--do- -- 

..-do- 



.do. 



---do— 

.--do 

Timberland 

.---do --- 

Vass - 

.---do 

Englehard 

Middletown 

States ville 

Swanquarter.-- 

.---do 

...-do- 

Calahan 

Cleveland, R. 3--- 
Cleveland, R. 2... 

Elmwood, R. 1 

Elmwood 

Eufola 

-.--do 

Hamptonville 

Harmony 

---do 

.---do 

.-.-do 

....do- 

--do 

Houstonville 

Jennings 

Loray- 

M ooresville 

....do 

...do 

...do 

-..-do— 

---do 

---do 

----do 

----do -. 

New Hope -_ 

New Hope, R. 1.- 

New Hope - 

Olin 

Olin. R. 1 



Factory 



Winton Mfg. Co. 

Jno. H. Lassiter & Bro 

J. A. Singleton 

B. F. Barnard - 

E. W. Cameron .- 

Hoke Lumber Co _-. 

Hoke Oil and Fertilizer Co. 
Lamont Lumber Co 



W. S., N. A. & H. C. Maxwell 

Smith Plow Works 

Upchurch Milling and Storage Co.. 

B. J. Holt 

Edgar Riley 

William D. McCraney 

A. A. McNeill 

Closs Gibbs 

Cox, Marshall & Simmons 

Statz-Credle Co 

R. G. Bridgman 

Cutrell, Mason & Co 

Hyde County Land and Lumber Co. 

Hepler & Foster 

J. A. Christy 

McLaughlin & Moore 

J. L. Abernathy 

I. L. Smith 

Abernathy Bros 

E. F. Stewart & Bro 

Gourney V. Johnson 

J. S. Bebber 

T. F. Cash 

Gaither & Gaither- 

J. P. Galliher -. 

Harmony Milling Co 

H. C. Hunter 

John May berry 

R. M. Myers 

Bost-Cline & Co 

Barger Brothers 

Farmers Warehouse and Oil Mills--. 

P. L. Goodman.-- 

W. N. Johnson Son's Co 

Mooresville Enterprise 

Mooresville Flour Mills 

Mooresville Marble and Gran. Wks 

Mooresville Oil Mill. Inc.- 

Mooresville Cooperation Creamery 

W. C. Pierce 

Redmond & Gay 

Shumaker & Dishman 

Eugene Holland 

N. G. Holmes- 



President 



H. B. Vann, Mgr. 
Partnership 



J. H. Austin, Owner. 



J. W. McLauchlin and 
Wm. Lamont, Owrs. 



J. P. Smith.. 
Corporation. 



W. C. Cox 

S. & F. Credle, Owrs. 



C. C. McLaughlin. 



Partnership- 
Partnership- 



Partnership- 



Corporation- 



Zeb Deaton, Prop 

Co 

Partnership — 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



259 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. B. Thomas. 



W. S. MaxwelL 



D. M. Swink- 
J. A. Hepler.. 



J. F. Moore. 



J. A. Parker. 



J. F. Brawley. 



Harry P. Deaton. 
W. M. Lentz 



B. E. Hawthorn. 

C. A. Johnston... 



R. L. Shumaker. 



Articles Manufactured 



H. B. Vann. Cart wheels and general repairs 

Building material 

Rough lumber 



Turpentine and rosin. 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products. 



1908 
1912 



Logs and bolts 

Rough lumber 

Plows 

Milling and storage. 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



Rough lumber. 
Rough luniber. 
Rough luimjer. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Lumber 



Invested 
Capital 



1920 



Rough lumber. 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 

Lumber 

Rough lumber. 



Flour, meal 

Rough lumber. 



Flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton, crushing cotton seed. 



Flour, meal and ice 

Newspaper and job printing 

Wheat and corn 

Monuments and tombstones 

Cotton-seed oil, meal, hulls, linters. 

Butter 

Rough lumber... _ 

Flour, meal 

Logs and bolts 



1908 



2,000 
3,700 
16,200 
1,500 
136,609 

3,500 
1,500 

17,500 

40,223 
1,500 
2,000 
4,000 

52,500 
3,000 
5,500 
1,000 
7,500 
4,000 

13,800 

600 

1,250 



2,000 

2,500 

850 

500 

1,000 

450 

1,000 

3,250 

400 

4,800 

1,200 

2,500 

2,500 

2,000 

10,000 

114,016 

400 

29,535 

4,550 

41,770 



17,600 
20,014 
2,000 
5,000 
1,000 
1,500 
1,200 



No. 



2466 
2467 
2468 
2469 
2470 
2471 
2472 

2473 

2474 

2475 

2476 

2477 

2478 

2479 

2480 

2481 

2482 

2483 

2484 

2485 

2486 

2487 

2488 

2489 

2490 

2491 

2492 

2493 

2494 

2495 

2496 

2497 

2498 

2499 

2500 

2501 

2502 

2503 

2504 

2505 

2506 

2507 

2508 

2509 

2510 

2511 

2512 

2513 

2514 

2515 

2516 

2517 



260 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



2518 

2519 

2520 

2521 

2522 

2523 

2524 

2525 

2526 

2527 

2528 

2529 

2530 

2531 

2532 

2533 

2534 

2535 

2536 

2537 

2538 

2539 

2540 

2541 

2542 

2543 

2544 

2545 

2546 

2547 

2548 

2549 

2550 

2551 

2552 

2553 

2554 

2555 

2556 

2557 

2558 

2559 

2560 

2561 

2562 

2563 

2564 

2565 

2566 

2567 

2568 

2569 

2570 



County 



Iredell. 
....do- 
....do- 
....do- 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
_._.do.- 
_...do.- 
....do.. 
....do._ 
_..-do.. 
...-do.. 
....do.- 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.- 
....do.. 
..._do.. 
.._.do-. 
....do.. 
_...do.. 
-_-_do_. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
,._-do.. 
.--_do.. 
....do- 
....do.. 
.__.do.- 
....do- 
....do- 
....do_. 
....do.. 
_._.do.. 
..__do.. 
...-do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do. 
-.--do- 
---.do- 
--..do- 
_...do- 
-._.do_ 
--.-do- 
--.-do- 
-..-do. 
.—do. 
....do. 
....do. 
--..do. 



Post office 



Olin 

Olin, R. 1 

Olin -. 

Olin, R. l-_ 

Ostwalt 

Statesville _ 

....do 

--.-do 

-.--do.... 

Statesville, R. 1. 
Statesville.. 

...-do -- 

Statesville, R. 7. 

Statesville 

Statesville, R. 4- 

Statesville _ 

Statesville, R. 7. 
Statesville _. 

--.-do - 

--.do 

--.do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do... - 

Statesville, R. 4... 
Statesville, R. 7... 

Statesville 

Statesville, R. 7.. 

Statesville 

...do 

...do 

...do... ---- 

...do_... -- 

...do - 

...do... 

Statesville, R. l.. 

Statesville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Statesville, R. 3.. 

...do 

Statesville, R. 2... 

..._do 

Statesville 

...-do 

Statesville, R. 5-_- 

Statesville 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do- 



Factory 



President 



J. T. Jennings 

Madison Bros 

Robertson Bros... 

B. E. Weisner & Son.... 

F. K. Ostwalt-.. 

Adams, Powell & Co. 

Anita Mills — 

L. Ashe -- 

Barren & Conner 

C. S. Bass--. 

Brady Printing Co. _.- 

Buffalo Clay Co 

J. O. Caither... - 

Carolina Motor Co. 

John Q. Carter _._ -. 

W. W. Carter 

H. P. Cashion & Son 

W. L. Chester.- 

City Flour Mills __. -. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

County Line Roller Mill 

C. M. & W. D. Creedmore.. 

J. A. Davidson 

Dellinger Showcase Co 

Eidson & Edwards 

Garden Valley Roller Mills - 

Gas Dept. City of Statesville 

C. W. Green 

Harness, Vehicle and Supply Co. 

J. C. Holmes 

Home Bakery 

J. C. Holmes Lumber Co 

Iredell Ice and Fuel Co., Cor 

Kennedy Veneer Co 

Lineberger Mfg. Co 

J. W. McCoy 

J. H. McElwee 

W. E. Morrison 

D. A. Myers 

M. F. Nash & Sons 

Overcash Sash Factory -_- 

J. C. Roseman 

U. I. Roseman.. 

L. N. Scott- 

Mrs. M. L. Sharpe 

Shiloh Roller Mills 

O. VV. Slane Glass Co 

Sloan-White Milling Co.. 

Star Milling Co 

Statesville Brick Co 

Statesville Cotton Oil Co 

Statesville Flour Mill Co 

Statesville Lumber Co... 



Partnership. 
Partnership. 



J. G. Powell 

William Morrison. 



R. L. Maiden 

F. L. Johnson, Owr. 
J. M. Stroud 



J. A. Vaughn. 



Partnership 

L. K. Overcash, Owr. 



J. E. Slane.... 
Copartnership. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



261 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


-a 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








S 2,000 

:^,50U 

10,150 

1,500 

500 

15,000 

7,167 

79,150 

2,150 

400 

27,400 

46,766 

4,200 

1,250 

1,200 

1,600 

1,000 

4,300 

7,562 

20,000 

3,000 

1,200 

2,000 

5,800 

1,600 

12,000 

37,025 

2,000 

1,460 

1,500 

15,100 

14,693 

38,535 

26,834 

2,250 

1,800 

105,206 

3,500 

1,500 

2,150 

5,000 

2,500 

800 

1,000 

8,000 

3,000 

100,000 

6,000 

34,194 

27,705 

158,601 

327,798 

268,255 


2518 








2519 




Flour, meal -- 




2520 








2521 








2522 




Plug tobacco - 


1908 


2523 




Meal 


2524 




Plug tobacco - -- -- - 




2525 




Marble and gran, wks; tombstones and bldg. mat... 




2526 




2527 


J A Brady 






2528 


E R Rankin 


Brick 




2529 








2530 








2,531 








2532 




Rough lumber 




2533 








2534 








2535 








2536 






1916 


2537 






2538 








2539 








2540 




Showcases, screen doors, windows and glass fixtures 
Rough lumber - 




2541 




2542 








2543 


G P Sooa 


Gas - 




2544 








2545 




Buggies and wagons; harness, bridles and lines 




2546 




2547 








2548 


J C Holmes 






2,549 








2550 








2551 


A. B. Lineberger __ 






2,552 






2553 




Tobacco. - . . - - 




2554 




Meal . .. . . . 




2555 








2556 




Rough lumber . - 




2557 






1881 


2558 






2559 








2560 








2561 




Flour and grist mill 




2562 


J T Winters 






2563 


Fred T Slane 




1906 


2564 






2565 








2566 




Brick 




2567 








2568 


F. A Merritt 






2569 


E. Morrison 


Mfg. box shooks 




2570 



262 



JSToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



2571 
2572 
2573 
2574 
2575 

2576 
2577 
2578 
2579 
2580 
2581 
2582 
2583 
2584 
2585 
2586 
2587 
2588 
2589 
2590 
2591 
2592 
2593 
2594 
2595 
2596 
2597 
2598 
2599 
2600 
2601 
2602 
2603 
2604 
2605 
2606 
2607 
2608 
2609 
2610 
2611 
2612 
2613 
2614 
2615 
2616 
2617 
2618 
2619 
2620 
2621 
2622 



County 



PostoflBce 



Factory 



President 



IredelL 
_...do.. 
..._do_. 
_...do- 
.do- 



....do 

....do-.-.- 
....do— - 

.-..do-.— 
.---do- — . 

-..-do 

--..do— .. 
----do— . 
-..-do—.. 

--..do.-.. 

--..do-- 
...-do— . 
---.do..- 
----do-..- 
...-do— 
....do.... 
....do.— 
----do— 
...-do— . 
....do..- 
---.do.— 
Jackson. 
....do.— 
....do.— 
....do..- 

--..do..- 

....do.-- 
...-do— - 
...-do.— 
....do.— 
....do..- 
.-..do.... 
----do— . 
----do--- 
----do— 
..--do— - 
....do— - 
....do— - 
....do--. 
...-do-— 
....do— - 
...-do— - 
-..-do— . 
----do— 
---do— 
-.-.do--, 
-.--do-.- 



Statesville- 

---do 

.--do 

.-..do 

...do. 



-.-do --. 

...do 

...do 

Statesville, R. 7.. 
Statesville, R. 5.. 

Statesville 

Statesville, R. 7-- 

---do 

Stony Point, R. 2 

Stony Point 

Troutman 

Troutman, R. 2-. 

Troutman.. 

Troutman, R. 1.- 

.---do 

Troutman 

Troutman, R. 1.- 

Turnersburg 

.-..do 

....do 

...do 

Balsam... 

-.-do 

Cashiers- -- 

.---do 

.-.-do 

Cullowhee 

Dillsboro 

....do -- 

-..do. 

--..do 

-...do 

East Laport 

Erastus 

---.do 

---do 

..--do 

-.--do 

Gay 

..-do 

Glenville 

Norton 

Rich Mountain.. 

Speedwell 

....do 

....do 

....do 



Statesville Printing Co 

Statesville Showcase Co — 
Statesville Steam Laundry. 

Statesville Tin Co.. 

Statesville Veneer Co 



Clarence Stimpson, 
Owner 



J. C. Steele & Sons-.- 

Sterling Mills, Inc 

James M. Stewart --. 

Jno. A. Thomas.-- 

Tilley & Adams 

C. H. Turner 

Williams & Johnson- 

J. F. Winters 

Brown & Elliott 

H. G. Morrison 

Academy Shops Mfg. Co 

T. A. Bass -- 

Collins Bros - 

J. A. Collins--- - 

J. L. Ervin 

T. L. Ervin 

O. O. Harwell 

J. H. Church -. 

R. L. Church l 

T. M. Stikeleather- 

Turnersburg Roller Mills- 

S. T. Moody 

Williams & Fulghum Lumber Co.. 
Buchanan & Dunn Lumber Co... 

T. A. Dillard— 

C. H. & W. L. Dillard 

Cullowhee Milling Co., Inc. 

Blue Ridge Locust Pin Co 

Gibson Bros 

M. Y. Jarrett 

R. F. Jarrett 

J. J. Mason .- 

J. S. Calhoun ■ 

M. L. Coggins --. 

Alvin Moody 

P. E. Moody 

W. A. Moody— 

Moss & Coggins 

H. G. Crisp 

J. J. Jones 

W. F. Holden 

R. L. Caldwell 

J. M. Rogers 

Lee Hooper 

Moss & Presley 

Shelton & Smith 

Seago Lumber Mill 



Partnership. 



S. W. Enloe. 



Jesse Seago, Owner... 



Miscellaneous Factories 



263 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


-3 

tT o c 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








S 4,715 

8,050 

10,350 

600 

55,000 

112,330 

364,445 

300 

1,500 

400 

38,560 

1,200 

500 

3,000 

500 

6,000 

2,500 

2,000 

2,000 

3,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,100 

1,000 

700 

7,500 

8,900 

10,500 

3,100 

3,280 

6,050 

10,000 

16,975 

5,095 

4,550 

6,500 


2571 


T M Crowell 






?.n7?, 








2573 


W E. Munday 






2574 








2575 


A P Steele 






2576 








2577 








2578 




Rough lumber - - 




2579 








2580 




General machine shop -- 




2581 








2582 








2583 








?584 








2585 








?58fi 








2587 








2588 








2589 








2590 








2591 








2592 








2593 








2594 








2595 


L C Steele 


Custom grist mill. --- -- 




2596 




Rough lumber - - . - . 




2597 


J E Fulghum 






2598 








2599 








2600 


W L Dillard 






2601 






1916 


2602 


S W Eulden 




2603 








2604 




Rough lumber - 




2605 




Rough lumber... - . 




2606 






1894 


2607 




Rough lumber... ... 


4,500 
2,690 
1,780 
4,290 
1,760 
3,840 
4,490 
5,150 
4,500 
4,500 
1,350 
2,850 
4,250 
3,820. 


2608 




Rough lumber 




2609 




Rough lumber . - .- 




2610 




Rough lumber .. ... . . . 




2611 




Rough lumber . . . ... 




2612 




Rough lumber . . .... 




2613 




Rough lumber . . . . . 




2614 








2615 








2616 




Rough lumber . ... 




2617 








2618 




Rough lumber ... ... 




2619 




Rough lumber - ... . 




2620 


H Smith 


Rough lumber ... 1 - 


2621 




Lumber 


1915 


2622 



264 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



2623 
2624 
2625 
2626 
2627 
2628 
2629 
2630 
2631 
2632 
2633 
2634 
2635 
2636 
2637 
2638 
2639 
2640 
2641 
2642 
2643 
2644 
2645 
2646 
2647 
2648 
2649 
2650 
2651 
2652 
2653 
2354 
2655 
2656 
2657 
2658 
2659 
2660 
2661 
2662 
2663 
2664 
2665 
2666 
2667 
2668 
2669 
2670 
2671 
2672 
2673 
2674 
2675 



Jackson 

....do 

_.-_do --- 

....do 

....do 

_...do - 

....do 

Johnston 

..__do 

..__do 

....do 

....do --- 

_...do 

....do 

....do 

....do..-.:.-- 

-...do. 

....do 

_...do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

.---do 

-.--do 

....do 

-.--do 

-...do 

....do 

..--do 

----do 

-...do 

....do.- - 

-.-.do 

----do 

----do .-- 

.--.do 

--..do 

....do 

-.-.do 

----do 

----do 

....do --- 

....do 

....do --- 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

--..do 

....do 

-...do 

... do- 

....do 



Sylva. 

.--do - 

.---do 

----do 

---.do ---- 

Willets 

Wilmot 

Benson. R. D 

Benson, R. 2 

Benson, R. 1 

Benson, R. D 

Benson 

----do 

Benson, R. D 

----do 

Benson 

-.--do --- 

Benson. R. 2 

Benson 

Benson, R. 3 

Benson 

.--do - - 

----do 

----do— -- 

Benson, R. 2 

Benson 

----do- 

----do 

----do 

Bentonville 

Bentonville, R. 1- 

----do- 

Bentonville, R. 2- 

Bentonville - 

Clayton 

-.--do 

----do 

---do- 

----do 

Clayton. R. 2 

Clayton 

— -do 

---do 

---do 

....do 

Clayton, R. 3 

Clayton 

Clayton, R. 1.... 

Clayton 

.--do 

---do 

-—do 

---do 



A. C. Cope --- --- 

A. L. Farley Lumber Co 

J. W. Patton 

Sylva Bldg. Supply Co. -- 

Sylva Tanning Co.- 

Richard P. Bear & Co 

G. W. Revia 

J. R. Beasley 

Willie Beasley -.- -- 

D. O. Benson 

O. A. Benson 

J. M. Britt Garage _ - 

Byrd'sMill - --- 

J. Willis Creech - 

W. R. Denning 

Johnson Mill 

King Mill 

J. A. McLamb- --- 

McLamb's Grist Mill 

G. P. Matthews.- 

Moore Wood Mill 

Sanders Motor Co 

Star Mfg. Co., Inc 

Stewarts Mill 

A. P. Tart 

J. W. Wood, Jr 

Preston Woodall Planing Mill 

Preston Woodall Sawmill (No. 1). 

Woodall's Sawmill No. 2> 

Blackburn Water Grist Mill 

N. T. Flowers 

Ivey & Jeanette Sawmill 

A. M. Rose 

Weaver Ross Grist Mill. 

W. T. Allen. Sr 

Barbour's Grist Mill 

Percy Barbour .- 

Barnes Casket Works 

J. R. Barnes & Bro. Planing Mill- 

J. S. Barnes 

J. W. Barnes 

Brannon Garage- 

G. C. Bryan 

Clayton Motor Co.. Inc 

Ellington Grist Mill 

C. P. Ellis 

Farmers Mercantile Co.. Inc 

E. R. Gulley 

Harris & Barnes Sawmill.. 

Ashley Home & Son - 

Home & Morris Motor Company. 

The Wall-Jones Mill ---- 

Mitchell's Grist Mill 



R. F. Smith- 



J. I. Barnes- 



D. V. Brannon- 



H. W. Mitchell- 



Miscellaneous Factories 



265 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


-a 
oj a 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 




Rough lumber 




$ 2,180 
5,650 
2,990 
19,750 

2,395,326 
6,200 
5,200 
2,500 
1,250 
1,500 
1,000 
6,500 
2,000 
2,000 
2,500 
1,500 
3,000 
1,250 
2,800 
1,500 
6,300 
4,475 
3,500 
2,000 
1,500 
2,000 
9,750 
14,200 
31,000 


2623 


A. L. Farley _..- 






2624 






2625 








2626 








2627 


R P. Bear 






2628 








2629 








2630 








2631 








2632 




Rough lumber.. .. 




2633 




Auto repairing-- . — - 




2634 


Trullo Byrd 


Grinding corn -_. . _- - 




2635 








2636 








2637 








2638 








2639 








2640 


Thos McLamb 






2641 








2642 








2643 








2644 




Rough and dressed lumber, sash, doors and blinds.. 




2645 








2646 








2647 








2648 




Dressed lumber and meal _. _ - 




2649 








2650 








2651 








2652 








1,800 
1,960 
3,560 
2,000 
2,500 
2,500 
1,750 
8,000 
5,900 
7,950 
7,850 
8,500 
7,750 
25,000 
6,000 
5,650 
13,200 
10,100 
11,500 
57,000 
56,000 
8,100 
3,000 


2653 


J D Worrell 






2654 








2655 








2656 








2657 








2658 








2659 








2660 








2661 








2662 








2663 








2664 








2665 




Repairing autos and motor trucks 




2666 








2667 








2668 


\^ L Creech 






2669 








2670 


W G Barnes 






2671 


W. F. Morris, Supt 






2672 






2673 








2674 




Meal 




2675 



266 



jSTorth Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostoSice 


Factory 


President 


2676 


Johnston 

....do 






B. L. Spinks 


2677 


....do 




2678 


....do-... 


..-.do 


Rand Milling Co 




2679 


....do- __ 


....do 






2680 
2681 


-...do 

....do--- 


....do... 

....do 


The J. A. Vinson Planing Mill 

Turner Vinson 


J. A. Vinson, Owner. 


2682 


....do 


Clayton, R. 1 

Dixie 


The Walter Wyatt MilL... 




2683 


---.do 

-...do 


Parker's Grist Mill. 




2684 


Dunn 






2685 


....do 


Four Oaks 


J. H. .A.llen . 




2686 


....do 


....do.... 




J. L. York 


2687 


....do-- 


....do 


Varan Coats 




2688 


....do -.-- 


....do.. 


J. T. Cole .- 




2689 


....do-- 


....do-.. 


G. L. Collins .... 




2690 


....do 


Four Oaks, R. 1 — 
Four Oaks 






2691 


..-.do 

-. do 


Flowers Cotton Gin and Sawmill... 


W. H. Flowers Owr 


2692 


do 


D H. Sanders 


2693 


-.-.do 


-...do -- 






2694 


..-.do 


....do 






2695 


--..do 


....do 






2696 


....do 


.. do 


E. S. Lassiter 




2697 


-- do - 


do . 






2698 


-...do 


...-do 






2699 


..--do 


-.-.do 






2700 


----do 


....do.. 


R. E. Lee 




2701 


....do— 


Four Oaks, R. 1... 
Four Oaks 






2702 


...-do .... 


The Old Lassiter Mill 




2703 


. do .. 


do 


A. H. Phelps 




2704 


....do 


Four Oaks, R. D.- 


J. D. Pope 




2705 


....do 

----do 






2706 


FourOaks, R. 1... 
....do- 






2707 


-...do 


G. H. Roberts- - 




2708 


-...do 


....do 


Sanders & Smith Mfg. Co 




2709 


....do ... 


Four Oaks - 

Four Oaks, R. l... 
_ do 


B. Stanley 




2710 


....do 


H. M. Stewart 




2711 


.. -do-. 


W. B. Stewart 




2712 


-.--do 

do 


....do 

Four Oaks, R. 2... 

Four Oaks 

do 


W. W. Stewart & Co 


W. W. Stewart, Part.. 


2713 






2714 


do 


Woodall Cole Mill .. 


Woodall Cole, Owner. 


2715 


do 






2716 


do 


Kenly 






2717 


do 


do 


J. B. Boykin . 




2718 


do 


do 




J. C. Casper 


2719 


do 


do 






2720 


do 


Kenly, R. 2- 

do 


Jess Creech Grist Mill 




2721 


do 


Edwards Grist Mill 




2722 


....do- 




The E. & B. Motor Co 


P. Edgerton 


2723 


-...do 


....do 


Holland & Co. Machine Shop 


J. H. Holland 


2724 


do 


do 




2725 


do 








2726 


do 


do 


John T. Wrenn . 




2727 


do 




E. 0. Aycock 




2728 


....do 


.—do 


Henry R. Blalock-- 





Miscellaneous Factories 



267 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



t- g CO 

o a ^ 
h c c 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



R. Newsom 

Geo. Poole.-- -_. 

E. Nicholson 

Mrs. Mary J. Smith 

T. H. Hupp, Asst. Mgr 

J. S. Thomas 

J. C. Williams- ___ 



Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber—- 

Rough lumber.- 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber and laths 

Rough lumber.- 

Handles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton and manufacturing lumber. 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber, laths 

Rough lumber - _ 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1911 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber. 

Auto repairing 

Flour, meal 

Grinding corn 

Corn meal 

Auto repairing 

General repairing 

Dressed and rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, laths 



5,200 
6,000 

24,800 
3,400 

25,000 
4,500 
3,100 
1,800 
8,600 
1,400 
7,000 
1,900 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

10,000 
3,275 
4,300 
1,600 
5,000 
3,950 
3,750 
3,400 
1,800 
3,750 
5,700 
2,200 
9,850 
3,500 
4,000 
2,600 
3,400 

20,400 
2,800 
5,150 
2,800 
3,500 
2,300 
2,500 
1,200 
1,200 
5,000 
4,900 

55,000 
1,000 
1,500 

15,000 
2,750 

40,000 
3,000 
5,600 
5,500 
4,900 



2676 
2677 
2678 
2679 
2680 
2681 
2682 
2683 
2684 
2685 
2686 
2687 
2688 
2689 
2690 
2691 
2692 
2693 
2694 
2695 
2696 
2697 
2698 
2699 
2700 
2701 
2702 
2703 
2704 
2705 
2706 
2707 
2708 
2709 
2710 
2711 
2712 
2713 
2714 
2715 
2716 
2717 
2718 
2719 
2720 
2721 
2722 
2723 
2724 
2725 
2726 
2727 
2728 



268 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



T.uii.E No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


Factory 


President 


2729 


Johnston 

....do 

do 


Micro 

....do -- 

do . 


Henry J. Corbitt . . 




2730 


Hatcher Garage 


R. W. Hatcher 


2731 


J. E. & Chas. L. Pittman . 




2732 


do 


Middlesex 

do 


S. J. Hinton 




2733 


do 


Lamb's Grist Mill 




2734 


do 


Middlesex, R. 1... 


W. \V. Lamb 




2735 


do 






2736 


do . - 


Middlesex, R. 1... 


Parker Mfg. Co 


W. E. Parker 


2737 


do 


Thadeus Whitley.... 




2738 


do 




Creech's Grist Mill- 




2739 


do 


do - 


W. B. Oliver & Son 




2740 


do 


do . . 


Piedmont Milling Co.. 




2741 


do 


do 


The Pine Level Oil Mill Company 




2742 


do 


do 


Woodard Grist Mill 




2743 


do 




J. H. Adorn 




2744 


do 


do 


J. W. Baker Grist Mill 




2745 


do 


do 


Holt's Grist Mill 




2746 


do 


do - 


Little River Lumber Co 




2747 


do 


do - 


Old Atkinson's Mill .. 




2748 


do 


do 






2749 


• do 


do 


J. C. Tart 




2750 


do . 








2751 


do 


do 


T. H. Atkinson--.- 




2752 


do 


Selma, R. 1 


R. A. Bailey.- 




2753 


do 


Benoy's Planing Mill 


L. N. Benoy, Owner. 


2754 


do 


do 


Benov-VVinston Co. - . 


T. M. Benoy... 


2755 


do 


do . 


Blackman's Grist Mill . . _ 




2756 


....do ..._ 

do 


.—do 

do 


W. M. Bran nan Metal Co. . 


W. M. Brannan 


2757 


Corbett's Grist Mill 




2758 


do 


do 






2759 


do 


Selma, R. 1 






2760 


do 




B. S. Edgerton 


2761 


do 


Selma, R. 1 

do 






2762 


do 






2763 


do 




Green Mfg. Co 


W. A. Green 


2764 


do 


do — 






2765 


do 


do - 


C. S. & J. D. Hicks- - 




2766 


do 


do 






2767 


....do 


_...do 


Hughes Machine and Repair Shop.. 

The Johnstonian Pub. Co.. Inc 

Navassa Guano Co... 


J. W. Hughes 


2768 


....do-.- 


....do 


Joe E. Johnston 


2769 


do 


do 


E. T. Taylor 


2770 


do 


do 


Pearce Auto Co 


H. B. Pearce 


2771 


_.._do.._. 

do 


....do 

do 




J. M. Richardson 


2772 


Selma Hayo-Kola Bottling Co, .. 




2773 


do 


do 


Selma Motor Co. 




2774 
2775 


..._do 

do 


-...do 

do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co 


J.A.Ryan.Asst.Adtr. 


2776 


do 


■Selma. R. 1 


E. A. Wall. Sr.. 




2777 


do 


Wise Grist Mill 




2778 


do 


do 


The Wood Ice Co 




2779 


_...do 

_-__do 

....do 


Smithfield 

Smithfield, R. 1-. 
Smithfield ...- 


Allen's Grist Mill 




2780 






2781 


David T. Creech 





Miscellaneous Factories 



269 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



C. L. Pittman. 



Pete Sasser. 



N. B. Halig. 



Wayland Giles. 



Ella T. Finn. 



Robert Wells, Mgr. 
W. A. Morris 



J. D. Allen. 



C. H. Grant- 



Ray Heflin. 
C. S. Hicks. 



George Sloan. 



P. C. Worley-... 
J. E. Reynolds- 



L. E. Hughes- 



S. P. Wood, Mgr. 



Rough lumber 

Auto and general repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco trucks; general repairing 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Cotton-seed products 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and milling corn 

Corn meal-- 

Dressed lumber 

Milling corn 

Repairing, galvanizing, etc 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber, laths 

Rough lumber 

Planing lumber 

Lumber 

Corn meal 

Tobacco flues 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

General repair motor cars 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Gen. repair buggies, wagons and farm implement 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

General repair buggies, wagons, etc 

Printing and job work 

Com. fertilizers, acid phosphate and sulphuric acid 

General repair autos 

Meal-.. 

Soft drinks 

General repairing automobiles 

Cotton-seed products 

General repair of autos 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Ice 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber — 



1869 



6,400 


2729 


8,750 


2730 


5,300 


2731 


13,000 


2732 


2,500 


2733 


3,900 


2734 


9,250 


2735 


4,450 


2736 


2,500 


2737 


1,400 


2738 


4,000 


2739 


2,000 


2740 


159,717 


2741 


1,200 


2742 


4,000 


2743 


25,500 


2744 


5,000 


2745 


102,114 


2746 


9,000 


2747 


11,400 


2748 


12,200 


2749 


10,000 


2750 


2,590 


2751 


4,150 


2752 


6,000 


2753 


22,500 


2754 


1,200 


2755 


2,350 


2756 


1,500 


2757 


3,000 


2758 


4,330 


2759 


2,500 


2760 


2,550 


2761 


7,100 


2762 


10,000 


2763 


6,300 


2764 


7,500 


2765 


750 


2766 


2,625 


2767 


8,125 


2768 


200,000 


2769 


1,825 


2770 


5,500 


2771 


6,141 


2772 


2.700 


2773 


77,396 


2774 


7,800 


2775 


5,500 


2776 


1,500 


2777 


17,375 


2778 


1,400 


2779 


3,950 


2780 


2,800 


2781 



270 



IToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



County 



PostofBce 



Factory 



President 



2782 
2783 
2784 
2785 
2786 
2787 
2788 
2789 
2790 
2791 
2792 
2793 
2794 
2795 
2796 
2797 
2798 
2799 
2800 
2801 
2802 
2803 
2804 
2805 
2806 
2807 
2808 
2809 
2810 
2811 
2812 
2813 
2814 
2815 
2816 
2817 
2818 
2819 
2820 
2821 
2822 

2823 
2824 
2825 
2826 
2827 
2828 
2829 
2830 
2831 
2832 
2833 



Johnston. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do _ 

....do 

...-do _ 

....do 

....do 

....do _ 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

_.__do 

.-._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

-—do 

---do 

..--do 

--__do 

----do 

---do 

----do 

----do 

---.do 

....do—-. 

....do 

....do - 

.---do 

— -do 

— -do 

---do- 

--.do 

.-..do 

— -do 

---do 

----do 

--..do 

....do 

Jones- 

....do 

.--do 

----do 

---.do 

----do 

----do 

----do 

-—do 



Smithfield -- 

....do 

...-do -. 

..--do— ---- 

---do 

.---do- 

...-do 

..--do— 

..--do 

.--do- 

..--do -- 

.---do 

.---do 

.---do - 

..--do 

.---do 

.---do 

.---do 

..-.do— ---. 

.--do 

..--do 

..--do - 

....do 

..-.do .-. 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

.---do-— -- 

Wendell, R. 2 

Wendell, R. 1 

.---do 

Wendell 

..-do 

.--do 

.---do-— 

.---do 

Wendell, R. 1 

Wilsons Mills, R. 1 

Wilsons Mdls 

..--do 

.---do 

Zebulon, R. 1 

.--do 

Belgrade 

Maysville 

.--.do 

....do 

Maysville, R. 1 

Maysville- - - 

.---do - 

New Bern 

Pink Hill 



Joseph E. Creech 

D. H. Crouch Chemical Co 

E. F. Crump- -- 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co 

R. C. Gillett 

Herring's Grist Mill 

W. B. Hobbs - 

Holland Garage-- 

Hood Bros -. 

Kirkman's Service Station 

McCullus Grist Mill— - 

Parker's Grist Mill 

Will S. Ragsdale's Mill, No. 1 

Will S. Ragsdale's Mill, No. 2 

N. G. Rand- 

Sanders-Beasley Brick Co 

John & Claude Sanders 

Sanders Motor Co.-- 

The Scotton Garage, Inc --. 

J. C. Smith 

The Smithfield Herald- 

Smithfield Milling Co.- - 

Smithfield Roller Mills - 

Stanley's Grist Mill 

Swift Creek Lumber Co. --. 

Will D. Tomlinson 

E, E. Wallace - 

Wood's Grist Mill 

Barnes Sawmill 

C. S. Hamrick 

J. T. Jones --- 

W. D. Moody 

C. R. Stoff --. 

Stott's Grist Mill 

B. T. Thompson 

Whitley's Grist Mill 

Andrew Wise 

Jasper Beasley 

Mealin's Grist Mill -.. 

Vinson-Wade Motor Co.-- - 

Wilsons Mills Sash, Door and Sup- 
plies Factory 

Brose & Lee Hocutt 

Stephen Worley & Bros.- 

Belgrade Gin and Mill Co 

Mattocks Bros., Inc 

Maysville Garage Co 

Maysville Gin Co 

Morton's Gin and Sawmill 

D. F. Riggs 

Rigg's Grist Mill 

Geo. Simmons 

Craft's Grist Mill 



W. T. Holland, Owt. 



Jas. H. Kirkman. 



W. R. Sanders- 



J. M. Beatty- 
C. G. Guthrie- 



A. J. Vinson- 



C. M. Wilson, Par- 



J. C. MUls- 



T. E. Pritchen. 



Ed. H. Morton, Owr. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



271 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



G. W. Poole 

A. S. Johnston 

W. H. House 

J. P. Watson 

W. L. Ragsdale 

W. S. Ragsdale 

C. M. Beasley 

John Sanders 

J. L. Scotton, Mgr 

D. L. Johnson 

Bud Stanley 

Wm. R. Ross, Bookkpr 

D. L. Johnson 

Nathan Hood 

J. W. Barnes 

Junius Bell 

S. Brown 

A. M. Brown 

F. C. Worley 

Don Ferebee 

C. M. Mattock 

William Foy 



Rough lumber -- 

Ointment 

Rough lumber 

Hogsheads 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal ._ 

Rough lumber 

General repairing 

Nuj oy salve 

Vulcanizing and general repair work. 

Corn meal 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Brick 

Rough lumber 

Selling autos; repairing 

Repairing autos and motor cars 

Rough lumber 

Job printing-. 

Flour 

Flour, meal, feed 

Corn meal- 

Lumber 

Rough lumber -. 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal - 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber- -- 

Rough lumber-.- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber- 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber-- 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal -.. 

Repairing autos 



1910 



Planing mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Auto and general repairing... 
Cotton and lumber products. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 



C 2,900 


2782 


680 


2783 


5,310 


2784 


967 


2785 


12,000 


2786 


2,250 


2787 


1,500 


2788 


8,800 


2789 




2790 


21,800 


2791 


2,250 


2792 


1,650 


2793 


6,100 


2794 


4,800 


2795 


7,675 


2796 


14,000 


2797 


4,500 


2798 


244,600 


2799 


140,000 


2800 


6,189 


2801 


11,500 


2802 


26,129 


2803 


9,000 


2804 


1,200 


2805 


102,784 


2806 


7,925 


2807 


2,700 


2808 


1,200 


2809 


6,960 


2810 


3,800 


2811 


6,400 


2812 


2,625 


2813 


44,000 


2814 


4,000 


2815 


6,550 


2816 


1,400 


2817 


8,500 


2818 


2,950 


2819 


1,950 


2820 


4,000 


2821 


45,000 


2822 


2,800 


2823 


20,300 


2824 


4,600 


2825 


4,500 


2826 


10,850 


2827 




2828 


2,000 


2829 


2,750 


2830 


1,500 


2831 


8,160 


2832 


4,000 


2833 



272 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



2834 
2835 
2836 
2837 
2838 
2839 
2840 
2841 
2842 
2843 
2844 
2845 
2846 
2847 
2848 
2849 
2850 
2851 
2852 
2853 
2854 
2855 
2856 
2857 
28^8 
2859 
2860 
2861 
2862 
2863 
2864 
2865 
28G6 
2867 
2868 
2869 
2870 
2871 
2872 
2873 
2874 
2875 
2876 
2877 
2878 
2879 
2880 
2881 
2882 
2883 
2884 



County 



Jones - - 
-...do., 
-..-do.. 
--..do_. 
....do.. 

...do.. 

--..d0_. 

-..-do., 
-...do., 
--.-do.. 

-.--do.. 

Lee 

..-do., 
.-..do.. 
....do-, 
-...do-. 
....do., 
-...do-. 

--.-do. 

--..do., 
--..do.. 

.-do-. 

...do.. 

-..do-. 

...do-. 

.- do.. 

.--do.. 

-..do-. 

-.do-. 

...do-. 
....do-, 
-do-, 
--do-. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do-, 
-do-, 
--do-, 
-do-, 
.-do., 
.-do-. 
..do-, 
--do-, 
-.do-, 
--..do-. 
..do- 
--do- 
..do- 
-do- 
-.do- 
.-do- 
--do- 
.-do- 



Postoffice 



PoUoksville 

...do... 

PoUoksville, R. 6 . 

PoUoksville 

PoUoksville, R. 1 

PoUoksville 

...do 

Trenton 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Broadway 

...do 

...-do.. - 

...do 

Cameron 

Carbonton . 

Castle Hayne 

Cumnock 

...do 

Jonesboro-.. 

...do 

Jonesboro, R. 2.. 

Jonesboro .. 

.--do 

.--do 

...do 

...do 

Jonesboro, R. 4.. 

Jonesboro 

-.-do 

-.-do 

Lemon Springs 

...do 

Moncure, R. 1 

Sanford 

.-.-do 

...-do 

...do 

...do 

Sanford, R. D.-. 

Sanford 

....do 

....do- 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

Sanford, R. 5 

Sanford.. ..- 

....do -. 

--.-do-. .-. 

..--do 



Factory 



Carter's Grist Mill- 

Cotton Gin and Grist Mill..- , 

George H. Duv'all 

Pollocksvillc Gara?e - 

B. F. Simmons-- 

Trent Cotton Oil Co 

Trent River Lumber Co 

Barker & Sons - --. 

S. Barker 

W. R. Huffman - 

R. L. May & Son (Garage) 

Chandler-Farlow Lumber Co 

A. A. Kelly - -. 

T. E. Steed- 

B. G. Warmack.- 

Medlin Bros 

J. M. Wilcox 

S. V. Stevens 

Creneeva Brick Co.- 

Snipes & Kennedy 

W. W. Hall 

W. H. Harrington-- 

A. S. Howard 

J. R. Howard 

Jonesboro Sash and Blind Co.- ... 

P. A. Koltz Mill 

Makepeace & Cameron 

M. C. McLeod-.-- 

L J. McNeill 

L. L. Stone 

Thomas Bros 

W. L. Thomas-.. 

Cameron Brothers 

T. F. Matthews and A. L. Seawell.. 

T. V. Wicker & Son.... 

Cole Printing Co 

A. L. Dowd.- 

Fitts-Crabtree Co 

J. W. Freeman 

Gunn Veneer and Lumber Co... -. 

O. J. Gunter--.- 

G. S. Johnson 

King Mfg. Co 

Lee Cotton Oil Mills 

Makepeace Box and Lumber Co.. 

The Moffitt Iron Works Co 

Vinson Oldham 

Phillips' Broom Works 

Isham R osser 

Sanford Carbonate Works 

Sanford Sash and Blind Co 

Seaboard Milling Co 

J. L. Stephens 



President 



G. W. Wliite- 



J. H. Simmons 

J. W. Barker, Part-. 



Floyd May, Partncrsh 



J. H. Kennedy, Part. 



J. M. Gunter, Sec'y... 



B. Cole. 



A. M. Gunn. 



L, V. King 

J. F. Makepeace, Part. 



J. R. Phillips. 



J. R. Ingram 

O. P. Makepeace 

E. M. Underwood 



Miscellaneous Factories 



273 



Continued 



Secretary 



N. J. Leary. 



G. R. Chandler. 



D. B. LazaL 



Geo. T. Bowen 

W. R. Makepeaoe- 
J. D. Walker 



S. S. Thomas. 



T. F. Matthews. 



W. H. Fitts. 



C. M. Gunn. 



P. J. Barringer. 



E. G. Moffitt. 



H. F. Makepeace 
J. T. Ledwell 



Articles Manufactured 



Corn meal _ __ 

Meal 

Rough lumber 

General repair work 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products 

Lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Auto and general repairing. 
Selling autos and repairing. 
Rough and dressed lumber.. 
Rough lumber 



Rough lumber. 



Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber.. 
Common brick.. 
Planing lumber. 
Rough lumber.. 
Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 



O £3 m 

u o a 



Planing lumber 

Flour 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Brick, rough lumber 

Dressed lumber, staves. 



Rough lumber. 



Printing and binding and job printing 

Rough lumber 

Kitchen safes, tables, ext., parlor and library tables 

Auto repairs 

Drawer buttons and panels 



Rough lumber 

Sheet-metal roofing 

Cotton-seed products 

Planing lumber 

General foundry and repair shop. 



18- 



Floor brooms 

Rough lumber 

Soft drinks 

Sash, doors and blinds 

Flour, meal and feed, bran. 
Rough lumber. 

Dept. Labor, 1920. 



Invested 
Capital 



; 1,500 

5,500 

4,600 

4,650 

8,000 

148,270 

35,000 

7,100 

3,800 

2,950 

5,950 

70,000 

500 

1,000 

1,500 

1,000 

2,000 

3,500 

12,600 

4,750 

800 

750 

6,000 

1,000 

27,246 

1,500 

1,300 

400 

700 

1,000 

1,250 

5,500 

2,500 

10,500 

600 

12,000 

1,500 

47,953 

2,400 

4,500 

1,000 

1,000 

9,500 

87,253 

5,125 

43,755 

1,800 

15,000 

1,800 

17,000 



20,200 
4,500 



No. 



2834 

2835 

2836 

2837 

2838 

2839 

2840 

2841 

2842 

2843 

2844 

2845 

2846 

2847 

2848 

2849 

2850 

2851 

2852 

2853 

2854 

2855 

2856 

2857 

2858 

2859 

2860 

2861 

2862 

2863 

2864 

2865 

2866 

2867 

2868 

2869 

2870 

2871 

2872 

3873 

2874 

2875 

2876 

2877 

2878 

2879 

2880 

2881 

2882 

2883 

2884 

2885 

2886 



274 



!N"oRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


PostoflBce 


Factory 


President 


2887 


Lee. 


Sanford, R. D 

Sanford, R. 2 

Swann Station 

-...do 


Roscoe Williams 




2888 


....do.- _ 

....do 

....do 


B. G. Womack '... 




2889 


McLean Bros.-- 




289n 


Walker & McLeod 




2891 


Lenoir 

....do 

„.__do 

._..do 

-...do 

--.-do-_ 

..__do 


Fields 

Grainger .-. 

Grainger, R. D.... 

Grainger 

Grifton 

Kinston 

....do .. 


John Fields 




2892 


Henry Kennedy 




2893 


F. D. Pope. 




2894 


George West 




2895 


W. P. Gilbert & Co. . 


W. P. & S. N. Gilbert . 


2896 
2897 


Calkins Auto Sales and Supply Co.. 
Carolina Brick Co., Inc. 


I. J. Calkins 


2898 
2899 


....do 

....do 


.—do-.- 

....do 


J. W. Casey Lumber Co.._ 


J. W. Casey, Owner.. 


29nn 


....do 


....do. . 






2901 


_.._do 


....do 


Coca-Cola Bottling Works. - 




2902 


..--do .-- 

-...do- . .. 


-...do 

....do. 


Cook-Redman Motor Co. .. 


C. S. Cook 


2903 


Ellis Carriage Works 


J. H. Ellis 


2904 


-...do .. . 


... do 


Expert Leaf Tobacco Co. 




2905 


....do 


....do 


Grover B. Cox Garage 


Grover B. Cox 


2906 


-..-do 


-...do 


Harrell Bros. Shop . . . 




2907 


....do 


....do 




S. P. Henis 


2908 


....do 


....do 


Herbert's Bakery.. 


W. M. Herbert 


2909 


....do 


....do 


Hodges' Garage . 


H. H. Hodges 


2910 


-...do. . 


....do... 


Jackson Mattress Co. - 


J. L. Jackson . 


2911 


....do 


-...do . 


J. H. Jones Shop 


J. H. Jones 


2912 


....do 


-...do... 


The Kennedy Grist Mill 




2913 


... do . 


do 


Kinston Buick Co 




2914 


....do 


....do 






2915 


.. do 


do 


Kinston Garage .. 




2916 


...-do 


. do 


Kinston Iron and Mantel Works 

Kinston Marble Works 


Sam. T. Pate, Owner 


2917 


....do .. 


....do - 


B. E. Dale 


2918 


-.. do - 


-...do . 


Kinston Steam Laundry 




2919 


-.--do.--. . 


....do 


Kinston Vulcanizing Company 

Lenoir Oil and Ice Co . . 


A. D. Lane 


2920 


....do 


....do.. 


F. C. Drum 


2921 


...-do 


.. do... 


Lafter Auto Shop - 


Floyd F. Lafter 


2922 
2923 


-.--do 

....do 

....do 

. do 


--.-do 

do 


Moseley Brick and Shingle Co 

W. K. O'Berry 


B. R. Taylor... 


2924 


-...do 

do 


Overland Garage Co.. Inc. 




2925 


Parrott's Grist Mill 




2926 


....do 


-.. do 


Peoples Motor and Gas Co.. 


Chas. Woolard 


2927 


...-do 


... do 


Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 


H. H.McCay 


2928 


...-do 


. do 




J. H. Rhodes 


2929 


-...do 


do .... 


Russell's Machine Shop - 


A. M. Russell 


2930 


....do.... 


do .. 


R. B. Scott, Owner... 


2931 


....do 


do ... 




Luther Sermons 


2932 


do 


do 






2933 


... do.... 


do 


S. C. Sitterson 




2934 


do 


do 






2935 


. do... 


do 


Spence's Battery and Garage Co 

W. E. Stroud..- 


Sam Spence 


2936 


. do... 


do 




2937 


. do... 


do . 


A. N. Taylor Garage.. ... - 


A. N. Taylor 


2938 


. do- 


do 






2939 


....do 


-...do 


Thornton & Quinn Machine Shop-- 


W. R. Thornton 



I 



Miscellaneous Factories 



275 



Continued 



Secretary 



H. T. McLean 

J. D. Walker 

B. A. Long 

Adolph Kennedy. 



Henry West. 
Owners 



L. R. George. 



Articles Manufactured 



J. P. Watson. 



Robt. HarrelL 
Lovit Henis 



Bennie Arthur. , 

H. Gait Braxton, Mgr.. 
T. K. Wooten 



M. G. Vick, Mgr.. 



R. F. Churchill. 
O. G. Coenpay , 



F. J. Hood, Jr.. 
L. J. Sparrow... 



Rough lumber 

Rou,gh lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto sales and repairing 

Brick. 

Planing mill 

Planing lumber, meal 

Auto repairing. 

Coca-cola 

Auto repairing and sales ._ 

Manufacturing and repairing buggies 

Hogsheads 

Auto and gas engine repairing 

General repair wagons, buggies, etc 

Lumber 

Bakery 

Auto repairing 

Mattresses 

Tobacco flues 

Corn meal and wheat flour, wheat bran. 

Auto repairing 

Publishing and printing 

General repairs. 

Machine shop, foundry; mill work _ 

Marble, granite and stone 

Laundry 

Vulcanizing and repair work 

Cotton-seed products 

Auto repairing 

Brick, shingles and lumber 

Dressed lumber and laths 



Auto repairing 

Soft drinks 

Aut o repairing 

Repairing autos 

Tobacco flues, cornices, etc 

Auto repairing... 

Service and auto repairing 

Ice cream 

Tobacco flues... — 

Auto and battery repairing 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing and service station. 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Tobacco flues — 



(u a 
° CI 59 



1896 



Invested 
Capital 



1,700 

500 

900 

500 

5,000 

4,050 

41,000 

3,900 

4,665 

7,500 

18,463 

16,500 

13,800 

2,500 

45,712 

3,750 

85,000 

6,025 

3,660 

3,200 

200,000 

10,564 

9,500 

3,150 

10,035 

10,000 

15,603 

15,764 

63,136 

26,320 

3,764 

32,500 

14,426 

250,246 

3,050 

3,000 

10,500 

10,062 

6,000 

4,250 

6,785 

1,750 

2.550 

39,900 

3.150 

21,500 

3,500 

7,850 

15,600 

6,200 

4,700 

6,600 

7 800 



No. 



2890 
2891 
2892 
2893 
2894 
2895 
2896 
2897 
2898 
2899 
2900 
2901 
2902 
2903 
2904 
2905 
2906 
2907 
2908 
2909 
2910 
2911 
2912 
2913 
2914 
2915 
2916 
2917 
2918 
2919 
2920 
2921 
2922 
2923 
2924 
2925 
2926 
2927 
2928 
2929 
2930 
2931 
2932 
2933 
2934 
2935 
2936 
2937 
2t'38 
2939 



276 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


2940 


Lenoir... 

....do 


Kinston 


Tillman's Grist Mill and Repr. Wks. 
Tull's Grist Mill — - 




2041 


....do 




2942 


do 


do 






?94.'^ 


....do __.. 


....do...- -- 


E. R. Waller Co 


E. R. Waller 


2944 


....do.__ 


....do 


E. V. Webb, Owner 




2945 


_._.do 


-.--do 




Thos. Whitfield 


2946 


....do _. 


.---do...- 


Woodington's Grist Mill 




2947 


....do 






C. E. Bolde 


2948 


....do 


....do . - 






2949 


. .do 


do 


Gray's Mill 




2950 


.do 


do . 


H. F. Hardy 




?951 


....do 


-...do- 


Hardy & Newsome Grist Mill .- 




2952 


_...do 


-..-do 




2953 


..._do 


....do 




P. H. Hatcher 


2954 


....do... 


....do 




M. B. Walker.. 


2955 


...do 


do-... 


"Old Lassiter Mill" 


H. H. Sutton 


2956 


do...- 


do .. 


Olds Sales Co 


Y A. Emmerson 


2957 


....do 


----do 






2958 


....do 

....do.... 


-...do 

Pink Hill 


Wood Hardware Co. 


D. W. Wood 


2959 


Geo. W. Smith 




2960 


....do 


....do 


Taylor's Grist Mill 




2961 


Lincoln.. 

...do 


Alexia 






2962 


Cherry villa... 




Ed Best Owner 


2963 


do 


Grouse Roller Mill 


E. C. Sullivan 


2964 


do...- 


do . 






2965 


....do 








2966 


....do 








2967 


....do 

....do 


Henry, R. 1 




D. J. Beam, Part 


2968 






2969 


....do..... 


- do 






2970 


...do 




E. G. Peeler 




2971 


-do-... 


Iron Station 

do 


Reel Bros 




2972 


do -.. 


E. B. Wilkinson & Co 




2973 


....do 


Lincolnton 

-...do 


Ballard Milling Co. 


J. P. Ballard 


2974 


....do --__ 




Dr. J. R. Bridgers 


2975 


do 


do 


W. S Cash 




2976 


-...do... 


....do.... 


Cochrane Hardwood Mfg. Co 


J. E. Cochrane, Owr.. 


2977 


do 


do 




2978 


....do 


..-.do 






2979 


..--do 


. do 


G. B. Goodson 




2980 


....do 


. do. 


0. L. & W. W. Goodson 




2981 


-...do.... 


. do 






2982 


...do- .. 


do . 


Lincolnton Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 
Lincoln Creamery and Ice Cream Co . 




2983 


do.... 


. do 




2984 


. do .... 


do . 




2985 


-.do 


do 






2986 


....do 


do 






2987 


do.... 


do 






2988 


....do.... 


do 


C. E. Painter 




2989 


....do.... 


do 


Pioneer Roller Mills 




2990 


....do 


do . 


M. A. Reel 




2991 


....do 


....do 


Smith & Keener 


H. P. Smith, Part 


2992 


-...do 


Reepsville 


Bloom, Wilson & Co 





Miscellaneous Factories 



277 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. P. Watson. 
J. Hardy 



I 



E. W. Mullen 

G. G. Bumgarner. 



Mary Leonard. 



W. A. Reel 

E.B.Wilkinson. 



A. K. Holbrook. 



T. N. Fair- 



O. L. Goodson... 
Jas. B. Johnson. 
T. H. Cansler... 
R. P. Blanton... 
Thos. MoLean... 



Jas. M. Muller.. 
E. Bryon Jones-- 



Articles Manufactured 



Corn meal 

Corn meal 

Auto repairing 

Sheet metal workers 

Reclaiming scrap from tobacco stems, 

Auto repairing and supplies 

Corn meal 

General auto repairing 

Hogshead manufacturing 

Meal --- 

Rough lumber 

Meal 

Printing, publishing and job work... 

General repairs... 

Sales and repair autos 

Meal 

Sales; general repair of autos.. 

Buggies 

Sheet- metal products 

Rough lumber ._ 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 



S a 

^ E to 

O e m 

ac o; 

t. o c 



Flour.... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber, sash, doors and blinds. 

Planing lumber 

Crockery 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal 

Flour, corn meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Planing lumber . 

Foundry and machine works . 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ice 



Bottling soft drinks 

Butter and ice cream 

Monuments and tombstones 

Flour, meal, feed 

Job printing 

Newspaper publishing, job printing. 

Rough lumber 

Flour and corn mill 

Rough lumber 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber 



Invested 
Capital 



13,900 
£,650 
6,550 

32,613 



12,000 
6,0C0 
4,800 



9,200 

3.000 

2,000 

4,960 

30,500 

19,500 

5,500 

19,600 

23,000 

3,000 

8,200 

5,500 

2.500 

500 

8,500 

1,400 

1,500 

5.000 

3,000 

750 

1,000 

800 

2,500 

1,500 

12,500 

2,300 

2,000 

21,000 

21,872 

2,500 

1,000 

1,200 

46,835 

13,800 

26.606 

4,300 

18.000 

2,800 

5,500 

1,000 

2,500 

1,000 

2,500 

1,500 



No. 



2940 
2941 
2942 
2943 
2944 
2945 
2946 
2947 
2948 
2949 
2950 
2951 
2952 
2953 
2954 
2955 
2956 
2957 
2958 
2959 
2960 
2961 
2962 
2963 
2964 
2965 
2966 
2967 
2968 
2969 
2970 
2971 
2972 
2973 
2974 
2975 
2976 
2977 
2978 
2979 
2980 
2981 
2982 
2983 
2984 
2985 
2986 
2987 
2t,88 
2989 
299": 
2091 
2992 



278 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


PostoflBce 


Factory 


President 


2993 


Lincoln 

...-do 

....do 


Reepsville 


T. M. Hoover & Co. ... . 




2994 


....do -- 

-...do 


Howard's Creek Mill Co 


T. M. Hoover 


2995 


Warlick Milling Co 




2996 


Macon 

do 








2997 


Cullasaja & Sylva 


T. I. & J. A. Amnions 




2998 


do 


W. V. Berry 




2999 


do 


do 


W. M. Bryson 




3000 


....do 


....do 


WillBryson 




3001 


....do 


Ellijay. 


W. A. Berry - 




3002 


. do 


do 






3003 


do 


Eulalie 


S. G. Kinsland 




3004 


do 


Franklin 


J. W. Addington 




3005 


do 


do 






3006 


....do 


Franklin, R. 1 






3007 


.. do... 


H. 0. Cozard - 




3008 


.. do 


do 






3009 


do 


do 


Gennett Lumber Co 


Andrew Gennett . . 


3010 


do 


do 


F. Henry. 




3011 


do 


do 






3012 


.. .do 


...do.. 






3013 


.. do 


..do 


J. R. Parrish -.- 




3014 


do 


do 


Porter & Barnwell 




3015 


....do 

do 


....do... 

do 


J. M. Roby 




3016 


C. S. Slayle 




3017 


do 








3018 


....do 


.do -. 






3019 


....do 

-. do -. 


....do 

Otto 


C N Wright Milling Co. 


C. N.Wright, Owner. 


3020 


D. E. Vinson 


3021 


do 


West Mills 


West Bros 




3022 


Madison. 

do 




W. B. Randall 




3023 


Belva 




Wade Gohagan, Owr. 


3024 


do 


Big Laurel..- 

Big Pine... -. 


R. D. Roberts 




3025 


.do 


G. W. Wild 




3026 


do 


... do -- 






3027 


do 


Druid 






3028 


do - 


do 


Shelton & Ray . 




3029 


do 




E. B. English 




3030 


do 


Hot Springs 

do 


W. W. Gowan . . 




3031 


do 


W. R. O'Dell . . 




3032 


do 








3033 


..do 


Huntington, 
W. Va. 








do 




3034 




Bull Creek Roller Mills 




3035 


..do 


do.. 


R. A. Edwards 




3036 


....do 

do. . 


Marshall, R. 3 

Marshall, R. 2 


L. E. Forester & Co. 


L. E. Forester . 


3037 




J. L. Gosnell - 


3038 


do 






3039 


.do. 


Marshall, R. 5 




L. R. Ramsay 


3040 


do. .. 




J. H. White 


3041 


do 


Mars Hill 


T. L. Brown 




3042 


-.-.do -.-. 


-...do 


C. C. Bruce 


.._ 






Miscellaneous Factories 



279 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


-a 
a a 

"o c 

5Sc 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 




Rough lumber 




S 500 
4,000 
4,000 
3,150 
5,000 
2,600 
4,500 
1,840 
1,850 
2,380 
2,180 
2,100 
2,245 

720 
9,001 
1,500 
128,330 
2,100 
1,275 
2,690 
2,030 
9,200 
5,500 
4,065 
3,580 
5,200 
9,300 
3,770 
2,150 

975 
12,700 
1,500 

800 

1,200 

219,595 

500 
4,000 
1,800 
1,000 
5,000 

68,022 

1,550 

875 

1,000 

1,500 


2993 


E. I. Hostetler 




1898 


2994 


J. R. Warlick 




2995 








2996 






1920 


2997 






2998 








2999 








3000 








3001 




Lumber 




3002 




Meal- 




3003 




Meal 




3004 








3005 








3006 








3007 


M. H. Stiles 


Bottling soft drinks 




3008 








3009 




Lumber 




3010 


Paul Newman 


Ice . 




3011 








3012 








3013 








3014 








3015 








3016 




Lumber 




3017 




Lumber 




3018 




Lumber 




3019 








30^0 




Meal 




3021 








3022 








3023 








3024 








3025 




Lumber 




30^6 


John Curry ... 


Lumber . ... ._ . 




30''7 


Prince B. Ray 






3028 








30og 








3030 








3031 








3032 


J. Hosford, Auditor. - 


Rough lumber _ 




3033 








3034 








3035 








3036 
3037 








T. A. Silver 


Flour, meal and feed 


1906 


3038 






1,600 
8,000 
2,220 
1,500 










3040 








3041 




Lumber 




3042 



280 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 



3043 
3044 
3045 
3046 
3047 
3048 
3049 
3050 
3051 
3052 
3053 
3054 
3055 
3056 
3057 
3058 
3059 
3060 
3061 
3062 
3063 
3064 
3065 
3066 
3067 
3068 
3069 
3070 
3071 
3072 
3073 
3074 
3075 
3076 
3077 
3078 
3079 
3080 
3081 
3082 
30S3 
3084 
3085 
3086 
3087 
3088 
3089 
3090 
3091 
3092 
3093 
3094 



County 



Madison. 

...-do 

....do—.. 
....do.-__. 

.._.do 

.._.do 

Martin... 
....do__._. 

-...do 

....do..... 
....do.— 
.-..do..-- 
-.-.do.... 
....do—. 

----dO--- 

----do...-, 
....do— 
...-do..-- 
----dc... 
....do.— 
....do..- 
..--do-.- 
.---do— 
....do— - 
..-.do...- 

----dO— 

-.--do— 
....do...- 
....do.-.. 

-.--do-... 

..--do— - 
----do-- 
.---do— - 

.---do—. 

----do-... 

-.-.do— 

-...do.— 
....do...- 
-...dol... 
----do...- 
----do-... 
-...do—. 
....do.... 
....do.-.. 
....do-... 
.-..do.... 
....do-... 
....do—. 
..-.do-... 
.-..do-... 
--do..- 

--.do...- 



PostofEce 



Mars Hill 

Paint Rock 

Revere 

Stackhouse 

Walnut 

Weaverville 

Everett 

.-..do 

....do.. 

Everett, R. D.-.. 

Gold Point-- 

....do 

....do 

....do - 

Hamilton 

....do 

.-..do 

Hassell, R. D.... 

Jamesville _ - - 

.--do 

..-.do.- 

..-.do- --- 

....do 

-.-.do 

....do.. 

....do --- 

--.-do 

-.--do 

..-.do 

....do 

Jamesville, R. D. 

...-do 

Jamesville.- 

Oak City 

----do 

.--do 

Palmyra 

Parmele, R. D. .. 

Parmele 

Parmele, R. D... 

Robersonville 

----do 

-..-do -_ 

-..-do 

--.do 

---.do 

----do 

-...do 

--..do 

....do 

....do 

Robersonville, 
R. D 



Factory 



Elisha Ponder Mill 

Grover C. Myers 

Roberts & Ramsey 

Wade Gohagan. 

Joseph Cantrell 

Palmer-Ford Milling Co 

Joe HoUis 

Stroud, Bailey & Barnhill 

Taylor, Clark & Barnhill 

Fan Taylor 

Groom's Garage 

Johnson's Grist Mill -. 

Thos. L. Johnson 

Benjamin Roberson 

Alligood Garage 

Ballard & Everett Grist Mill . 

J. P. Boyle 

N. C. Van Nortwich 

Askew's Grist Mill 

W. B. Babcock .-- 

Gaylord's Garage 

Hardison's Grist Mill 

Luther Hardison 

Jones Garage 

Mizell's Garage 

Mizcll's Grist Mill - 

Modley Brothers 

John J. Roberson 

Robertson's Grist Mill 

Thos. & Jas. Robertson 

Murray E. Sexton 

Wm. Henry Stallings -- 

W. W. Whitehurst 

L. J. Davenport 

R. Krakenbill- 

Oak City Garage 

Joseph Early's Sawmill 

Ivey Andrews -- 

Charles James 

Z. U. Whitehurst 

Andrews Grist Mill 

I. F. Andrews 

Export Tobacco Co.. Inc 

Walter Harrison's MjlL -- 

Thomas Hughes Tobacco Co. 

Hurst Machine Works -- 

Neal James 

Parker Buggy Co 

W. E. Roberson & Co 

Harvey Robertson Garage 

Rogerson Bros 



President 



Guy V. Roberts. 



John Groom, Owner. 



Geo. Alligood, Owr.. 



Elmer Jones, Owner. 



Joseph Early, Owner. 



Will Hurst, Owner. 



W. G. Parker 

W. W. Taylor, Part. 



Aaron Smith Garage. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



281 



Continued 



I 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


Sal 

Co c 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








S 400 
2,100 
10,300 
18,500 
8,750 
2,350 
2,800 
4,300 
5,850 
6,312 
3,750 
1,750 
4,530 
8,350 
7,550 


3043 








3044 








3045 








3046 








3047 








3048 








3049 








3050 


J G Clark Part 






3051 




Rough lumber, corn meal, and auto repairing 




3052 








3053 








3054 








3055 








3056 




Auto and general repairing, rough lumber .- 




3057 








3058 








14,000 
2,800 
4,000 
7,000 
3,165 
3,750 
3,865 
4,750 
3,250 
4,000 
3,800 
5,000 
3,500 
3,525 
3,250 
3,050 
3,050 
5,575 

10,000 
3,575 


3059 








3060 








3061 








3062 








3063 








3064 








3065 








3066 


J D Mizell 






3067 








3068 








3069 








3070 








3071 








3072 








3073 








3074 








3075 








3076 








3077 


W. H. Hyman 






3078 








3079 








2,700 
1,500 
2,950 
1,800 
7,190 
1,874 
1,250 
5,087 
4,100 
1,750 
15,000 
7,100 
2,500 
4,250 

950 


3080 








3081 








3082 








3083 








3084 








3085 








3086 


E. W. Smith 






3087 








3088 








3089 








3090 








3091 








3092 








3093 




Auto repairs "_ 




3094 



282 



]!^oRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



3095 

3096 
3097 
3098 
3099 
3100 
3101 
3102 
3103 
3104 
3105 
3106 
3107 
3108 
3109 
3110 
3111 
3112 
3113 
3114 
3115 
3116 
3117 
3118 
3119 
3120 
3121 
3122 
3123 
3124 
3125 
3126 
3127 
3128 
3129 
3130 
3131 
3132 
3133 
3134 
3135 
3136 
3137 
3138 
3139 
3140 
3141 
3142 

3143 
3144 
3145 
3146 



County 



Martin.. 
....do._. 
...-do... 
....do... 
....do— 
_---do___ 
.-..do._. 
....do... 
....do.__ 
....do... 
....do... 
-..-do-. 
..--do_-, 
----do... 
..-do-.. 
_...do-- 
...-do... 
-..do... 
-...do— 
— do— 
-.-.do— 
-..do— 

.--do— 

.---do— 
-.-do— 
-..do— 
.--do— 
....do... 
-...do... 
....do... 
....do... 
.---do— 
.---do— 
-._.do— 
_-.-do..- 
...-do— 
.---do— 
.---do... 
-..-do.- 
____do... 
_._-do... 
...-do... 
....do... 
.-..do— 
....do... 
....do... 
...-do... 
.-..do-. 

_-..do__. 

.---do-. 

.--do... 
...-do-. 



PostofiBce 



Robersonville 

...do 

...do— 

---do 

---do - - 

Williamston 

.--do 

.-do - 

.-do- 

.--do 

Williamston, R. D. 

Williamston -- 

.-.do- - 

---do 

.---do 

Williamston, R. D. 

Williamston 

Williamston, R. D. 

Williamston - 

—do --. 

.---do- 

Williamston, R. D. 

Williamston 

.---do 

..--do 

....do 

Williamston, R. D. 

..--do 

Williamston. 

Williamston, R. D. 

Williamston 

....do. 

....do 

..--do 

...-do 

....do -. 

Williamston, R. D 

.---do 

.--do 

Williamston.. 

...-do 

.--.do - --. 

Williamston, R. D 

.--.do 

Williamston 

Williamston, R. D 

.---do 

Williamston 



-do- 
-do- 
.do. 
.do. 



Factory 



G. E. Smith Garage. 

W. E. Smith Mill 

Whitehurst Lumber Co 

Wiley, Rogerson & Co 

Winn's Grist Mill __ 

Allen's Grist Mill 

J. W. Allen 

Barnhill's Garage 

S. R. Biggs Iron and Motor Co. . 

Blount Mfg. Co.— 

Paul Bowen 

Brewer Bros. Garage 

L. K. Briggs Iron and Motor Co. 

W. R. Cherry Garage 

Jack Chesson Garage 

Coletraine Bros. J- 

Cowan & Crawford 

R. S. Critoher 

E. F. Cunningham Mill 

E. P. Cunningham Garage 

Daniel's Grist Mill 

Daniel & Staton 

The Enterprise 

Everitt Grist Mill 

Fred G ar d ner 

F. W. Graus Tobacco Co 

Griffin Bros. Sawmill 

Harris & Bailey— 

W. D. HoUis 

Lilly Bros. Sawmill 

Colon Lilly 

Lilly's Grist Mill 

Martin Steam Cleaning Co 

Elijah Moore Mill 

Peele's Repair Shop.. .-. 

Prin-Coe Cola Beverage Co 

John R. Robertson 

Joseph Robertson. 

Rodgus & Hadley. 

Saunders & Co., Inc 

Stalls Garage 

Staton's Planing Mill.. 

Taylor's Sawmill - - 

J. H. Ward, Jr 

Watts Garage - - 

Edgar & John Whitley. 

J. G. Whitley 

Williamston Cooperage Co 



Williamston Steam Pressing Co. 

Geo. D. Woodley 

W. D. Woodley 

York's Garage 



President 



John Bailey, Part. 



W. G. Blount, OwT... 



W. H. Briggs, Part. 



Clias. Coletraine, Part. 



Roy&C.C.GrifficOrs 
W. F. Bailey, Part.... 



J. D.& Sylvester Lilly. 



Russell Page, Owner. 
J. W. Peele, Owner.. - 



J. B. Staton, Owner. 



W. B. Watts, Owner.. 
Edgar Whitley, Part.. 



Wm. G. Pennypacker, 
Jr 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



283 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


.1 

to c 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








8 3,060 
1,650 

24,975 

65,500 
1,500 
1,500 
2,000 
5,080 

30,000 
9,250 
1,775 
5,250 

30,000 
2,525 
1,300 
3,600 

37,200 
4,600 
1,200 
2,400 
4,000 
7,650 
6,500 
2,969 
1,900 
3,000 
4,600 
6,575 
3,000 
8,360 
2,500 
1,500 
2,550 
1,250 
4,150 

11,000 
5,025 
2,500 
4,050 


3095 








3096 








3097 




Carts, wagons, etc., auto and general repairs.. 




3098 




3099 








3100 








3101 








3102 








3103 








3104 








3105 








3106 








3107 








3108 








3109 








3110 








3111 








3112 








3113 








3114 








3115 








3116 








3117 








3118 








3119 








3120 








3121 








3122 








3123 








3124 








3125 








3126 








3127 








3128 




Gen. repair & mfg. carts, tob. trks. & tob. flues 




3129 




3130 








3131 








3132 








3133 








3134 








7,607 
28,000 
7,375 
2,700 
3,050 
4,600 
2,700 

15,000 
1,325 
1,600 
4,450 

15,800 


3135 








3136 


B. R. Taylor, Owner.... 






3137 






3138 








3139 








3140 








3141 


P F Apfel 




1912 


3142 






3143 








3144 








3145 


N. L. States 


Auto repair work 




3146 



284 



JSToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


3147 


McDowell 

....do _, 


Ashford.. 


Frank A. Keefe 




3148 


Dysortville 

....do 

....do.... 

....do -. 


H. B. Brackett 




3149 


....do 

.._.do. 

....do 


J. M. Link 




3150 


Jas. C. Upton & Bros... 


J. C. Upton, Part.... 


Slfll 


James H. Walker ... . 


31. '52 


....do 


Garden City. 

Marion 


W. E. Patten & Son . . 


W E Patten Part 


3153 


....do 


Beaman Lumber Co. 




3154 


....do 


....do 


Blue Ridge Milling Co. 




3155 


....do 


....do . 




E J House 


3156 


....do 


....do 






3157 


....do. 


....do 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co 




3158 


-...do _. 

....do 


....do-. 

...-do-. 


Galax Glove Mill 


J. W. Ouyts, Prop.--. 


3159 


Marion Leather Co. .. 


31fin 


....do 


.---do 


Marion Milling Co 




3161 


_...do.._ 


... do 


McDowell Publishing Co. . _ 


S E Whitten 


3162 


....do 


do 


Partnership _. 


3163 


....do 

....do 


Mica 


John Washburn 


3164 


Nealsville 


J. G. Pratt 




3165 


-...do 


Nebo 


Ed. Jamieson 




3166 


-.-.do _.-- 


Old Fort, R. 1-.-- 
Pitts 


J. M. Pritchard... 




3167 


-.--do 




C. F. Spencer, Part... 


3168 


.-._do _. 


....do 


G. L. Swofford- 


3169 


__.-do .-_. 




M. L. Good 




3170 


Mecklenburg 
---.do 


Allen 


Surface Hill Mining and Milling Co. 
Asbestos Mfg. Co 




3171 


Cliarlotte 




3172 


.._-do 


....do . . . 


Earnhardt Mfg. Co 




3173 


_...do 


do 






3174 


....do 


do 




H 0. Miller 


3175 


....do 

....do __ 


...-do 

..-.do 




A L. Smith 


3176 


Charlotte Casket Co. , Inc 




3177 


....do 


....do 


Charlotte Clothing Mfg. Co 




3178 


....do 


....do 


Charlotte Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 




3179 


-.--do 


...-do 






3180 


-.--do 


- — do^- 






3181 


....do 


-...do.. 


Charlotte Leather Belting Co 




3182 


....do. 


..-.do 


Charlotte Manufacturing Co. 




3183 


....do 


...do 


Charlotte Marble and Granite Works 
Charlotte Motor Car Co . 




3184 


....do __.. 


...do ... .. . 




3185 


--.do 


...do . . . 


Charlotte Newsand Times Democrat 
Charlotte Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. . 
Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Co. .. 


W. C. Dowd 


3186 


....do 


...do 




3187 


....do 


do 




3188 


-.__do 


-do 


Charlotte Tent and Awning Co... 




3189 
3190 


-...do 

—.do 


.—do— -.. 

do . 


Charlotte Wagon and Auto Co 

The Cole Mfg. Co 


O. V. Hoke 


3191 


....do.-.. 


do 


Cotton States Wagon Co 




3192 


....do 


do . 


Cudmond Candv Kitchen 




319.S 


..._do..._ 


. ..do 


Dixie Spindle and Flyer Co 




3194 


....do 


-do 




Geo. L. Dooley, Prop. 


3195 


....do 


. do 


Elba Mfg. Co 


3196 


....do 


-...do 






3197 


---.do 


-...do 


W. J. M. Finger 




3198 


..--do - 


-.-.do 






3199 


....do... 


---do - 


J. Hackett Foundry Co 





Miscellaneous Factories 



285 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



b E M 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



3147 
3148 
3149 
3150 
3151 
3152 
3153 
3154 
3155 
3156 
3157 
3158 
3159 
3160 
3161 
3162 
3163 
3164 
3165 
3166 
3167 
3168 
3169 
3170 
3171 
3172 
3173 
3174 
3175 
3176 
3177 
3178 
3179 
3280 
3181 
3182 
3183 
3184 
3185 
3186 
3187 
3188 
3189 
3190 
3191 
3192 
3193 
3194 
3195 
3196 
3197 
3198 
3199 



O. H. Biggerstaff...- 

J. H. Beaman, Part. 

R. L. Ellis 

J. L. Morgan 

M. Groenendyke 

Hugh M. McAuIey- 
Thos. M. Earnhardt 

E. S. Hoggard 

L. G. Martin 

F. R. Gates 

E. S.Bee 

Frank B. Rupert 

Fred W. Glover 

R. E. Scoggins-- 

W. M.Wilkes 

J. E. CaldwelL. 

W. F. Downdy 

R. P. Steffey 

J. A. Williams 

L. M. Bick 

E. H. Tarrant 

O. B. Robinson 

J. A. Fasnochts 

Benj. Fong 

J. L. Crocker.-. 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber; timber products 

Planing lumber 

Corn meal 

Bedroom furniture 

Rough lumber 

Bottling coca-cola and soft drinks 

Canvas gloves 

Leather 

Flour, bran, meal 

Job printing 

Lumber dressing 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

(Plant not in operation' 

Asbestos Textiles 

Cotton batts and felts 

Photo-engraving 

Bread, pies, and cakes 

Bagging and ties 

Caskets, undertakers' supplies 

Clothing 

Bottling soft drinks 

Clothing 

Laundering, dry cleaning and dyeing 

Leather belting- 

Card clothing and reeds 

Monuments, tombstones, etc 

Auto repair and sales 

Newspaper and job printing 

Bottling soft drinks 

Cast-iron soil pipe and fittings 

Awnings for porches and windows 

General repair work on automobiles 

Farm implements 

Commercial and truck bodies, painting, etc- 

Candy and confections 

Repairing cotton mill machinery 

Book and job printing 

Cotton-seed oil, etc 

Bread 



7,200 

350 

600 

2,305 

5,080 

1,400 

58,808 

150 

152,500 

3,764 

17,922 

3,625 

4,330 

2,000 

2,300 



1,900 

6,150 

1,475 

120 

2,550 

5,500 

7,010 

500,000 

185,000 

202,806 

4,667 

69,369 

16,000 

128,748 

176,516 

11,172 

77,600 

197,467 

447,642 

51,585 

19,244 

45,800 

83,000 

50,448 

288,915 

1,403 



402,767 

23,848 

2,598 

5,000 



Planing lumber 

Laundry (Chinese) 

Gen. jobbing grey iron castings for text, mills, etc. 



283,433 

29,830 

16,551 

700 

15,278 



28G 



IToRTii Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


3200 


Mecklenburg- 
do 


Charlotte 


W. T. Hand & Co 




3201 


do 






3202 


do 


do 






3203 


- do.— 


.---do-— -.- 






3204 


do 


---do 






3205 


do 


do 






3206 


do 


do 






3207 


----do 

do 


-—do 

do 


W G Jarrell Machine Co. 




3208 






3209 


- --do 


----do - - 




J. L. Chambers- 


3210 


do 


do 


J N McCausland Co. 




3211 


do 


do 






3212 


do 


. do . . . 






3213 


do 


do 


Mecklenburg Iron Works - 


J. F. Wilkes & J. R. 


3214 


--.-do --- 

do 


.—do 

do 


Mecklenburg Marble and Gran. Co. 
Mill News Printing Co., Ino 


Wilkes, Admrs 


3215 




3216 


do 


do 


G L Miller Waste Factory 




3217 


do 


do 






3218 


..-_do 

do 


do 


Moffat Machine Mfg. Co. 


W. E. Moffat 


3219 






3220 


do 


do 






3221 


.- do 


.---do 


Observer Printing House, Inc 

Pack Mfg. Co 


B. R. Gates.-- 


3222 


do 


do 




3223 


do 


do 


Piedmont Candy Kitchen 




3224 
3225 


do -- 

do 


--do _ 

do 


Piedmont Electro Chemical Co 


E. W. Bucher 


3226 


do 


do - 






3227 


_...do 

do 


do 






3228 


do 






3229 


do 


do 






3230 


.-._do _ 

do 


---do_ 

do 




R. H. Ramsay 


3231 


Queen City Granite and Marble Wks.. 
Queen City Printing Co. _ - 




3232 


do 


do 




3233 


do 


do 






3234 


___-do 

do 


----do- _.__ 

do 






3235 






3236 


do 


do 


C F Shuman Tin Shop 




3237 


--.-do 

do - 


do 




E. F. McGowan, Gen. 


3238 


-- do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co.. - 


Mgr - 

J. A. Ryan, Asst. 


3239 


do 


do 


Auditor 


3240 


do - 


-. do 


Southern Spindle and Flyer Co 


Wm. H. Monty -- 


3241 


do 


do 




3242 


do 


do 






3243 


- -do — 


-do 


Swift & Co. - 


W. W. Nicholson, 


3244 


do 


do 


Union Stock Yards and Abattoir Co. 
C Valaer Bottling Works 


Auditor— 


3245 


do 


do 




3246 


_-.-do -- 


-—do 


Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

J. H. Wearn & Co. 


C. G. Wilson 


3247 


do 


do 




3248 


--do -- 


----do- 


Weber Sausage Mill 








Miscellaneous Factokies 



287 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



_ a> 
£ c 

Cos 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



W. Hand 

Winifred Harmon 

E. M. Dean 

J. E. Honecutt 

T. C. Hudson 

G. W. Graham, Jr.... 

W. L. Isenhour 

S. A. Van Every 

W. E. Chambers 

J. N. McCausland 

F. Farnan 

E. C. Deevees 

Albert Escott 

G. L. Miller 

C. P. Edwards __ 

H. L. Morrow 

John J. Morton 

F. R. Gates 

E. T. Hart 

Steve G. Glepses 

R. L. Brackin 

R. M. Pound 

J. H. Fice 

Wilson N. Bacon 

H. G. Brooks 

F. H. Washburn 

C. S. Bee 

James J. Shuman 

Odell Southerland 

O. R. Moore 

R. H. Perry 

Justin Roger 

C. Valaer 

S. D. Crenshaw 

Alex Copeland, Treas 
John G. Weber 



Liver medicine 

Machine shop for repair work 

Mfg. sizing compound and floor oil 

Job printing 

Liniment 

Finishing shades for porch and windows, awnings. 

Mfg. of wheat flour, corn meal 

Repairing machinery . 

Peanut dealers and candy manufacturers 

Cotton gin machinery; engines for sawmills 

Pierced sheet metal work.. 

Automobile casings and tubes 

Soft drinks 



General iron work and machine shop 

M onuments 

Publishing periodical trade journals, etc 

Mattress filler 

Steam laundry 

Elevators. 

Sales and repairs of Studebaker cars 

Cut stone for building or monumental work. 

Printing, blank book manufacturers 

Freight elevators 

Candy and confections 

Phosphate 

Job printing.. 

Medicine 

Rough lumber, dressed lumber 

Commercial job printing 

Ice cream 

Brick 



1894 



Gran., marble, limestone for bldgs and monuments 

Printing and binding, office stationery, etc 

Commercial printing 

Laundry 

Repairing auto tires 

Mfg. of ventilators, guttering and cornice 



Cotton waste. 



Cotton-seed products 

Optical goods 

Cotton mill machinery, repair 

Mfg. and sale of ice 

Stopzit, vagicones 



Refining cotton-seed oil. mfg. salad oil and ckg. oil 
Slaughtering cattle, hogs; rend, tallow; hand, hides 

Gen. bottling business; carbonated beverages 

Com. fertilizers, acid phosphate and sulph.acid 

Dressed lumber 

Sausage 



11,300 
13,654 
7,946 



175 



1893 



18,044 

7,750 

187,500 

38,916 
919,401 

64,975 

25,000 

10,000 

5,733 

8,520 

60,501 

62,000 

10,650 

21,651 

25,000 

48,380 

2,598 

234,958 

6,081 

5,000 

23,582 

13,107 

99,699 

2,800 

6,402 

48,997 

2,790 

46,218 

6,739 

25,273 

83,000 

562,590 
27,467 
36,366 

166,620 
25 

474,005 

8,485 

60,000 

,000,000 

115,001 

2,075 



3200 
3201 
3202 
3203 
3204 
3205 
3206 
3207 
3208 
3209 
3210 
3211 
3212 

3213 
3214 
3215 
3216 
3217 
3218 
3219 
3220 
3221 
3222 
3223 
3224 
3225 
3226 
3227 
3228 
3229 
3230 
3231 
3232 
3233 
3234 
3235 
3236 

3237 

3238 
3239 
3240 
3241 
3242 

3243 
3244 
3245 
3246 
3247 
3248 



288 



J^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No 



3249 
3250 
3251 
3252 
3253 
3254 
3255 
3256 
3257 

3258 

3259 

3260 

3261 

3262 

3263 

3261 

8263 

3260 

3267 

3268 

3269 

3270 

3271 

3272 

3273 

3274 

3275 

3276, 

3277 

3278 

3279 

3280 

3281 

3282 

3283 

3284 

3285 

3286 

3287 

3288 

3289 

3290 

3291 

3292 

3293 

3294 

3295 

3296 

3297 
3298 
3299 



County 



Mecklenburg. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



...do._ 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do _. 

Mitchell 

...do 

...do _- 

...do _- 

...do 

...do 

....do _. 

..._do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..__do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do _. 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

Montgomery. 

..--do 

..-.do 

-...do 

....do. 



-do 

.do 

.do 



Postoffice 



Charlotte. 

..--do- 

...do- 

...do 

...do 

Cornelius.. 

...do 

Davidson, 
.---do- 



Derita 

Huntersville 

...-do 

Matthews--- 

Mint Hill ---. 

..-.do- 

Bakersville 

....do 

..-.do -.-. 

...,do 

Bandana.. 

Carotenn 

Clarrisaa. 

Elk Park.. 

Estatoe 

Glen Ayre 

Hawk. 

....do. 

....do 

Ledger 

Little Switzerland 

Magnetic City 

Mica 

Penland 

Rebels Creek 

Relief 

Spruce Pine 

-.-.do 

J.. .do- 

..-.do 

Toe Cane 

..-.do 

..-.do 

..-.do 

Albemarle 

Biscoe 

....do- - 

....do 

-.--do 



Factory 



..--do. 
....do. 
Blain- 



Wentz Sign Co - 

Woodside Motor Co 

Yarbrough & Bellinger Co 

A. M. Zion Publishing House- 

Zuidel's Hygienic Bakery 

C. S. Proctor & J. C. Smith... 

C. A. Sherrill 

C. A. Stone & Co 

The Southern Cotton Oil Co.- 



John P. Hunter 

W. B. Cross Garage --- 

W. A. Killian Garage 

Matthews Mfg. Co 

D. A. Henderson & Sons- 

C. J. McEwen 

Bakersville Roller Mills 

I. D. Masters 

A. C. McKinncy 

J. W. T. Quinn- 

John Jarrett & Son 

I. MacEnglish 

Singleton & Wilson 

Peter Harden-- 

C. C. Woody 

H. G. Wood & Sons 

H. B. Buchanan 

J. S. Burleson 

W. H. Woody 

Wash. Sparks 

Rufus Dale & Son 

Chas. W. Garland- 

John M. Washburn- 

Carolina Mineral Co — 

F. G. Garrett 

Clayton Whitson 

A. Buchanan - 

English Mica Co 

Hickey Pole Co 

J. Walter Wright Lumber Co 

Elizabethtown Flooring Co 

Jordan Mfg. Co... 

R. S. McKinney & Sons- 

Sanford & Treadway 

C. V. Ritchie 

Biscoe Foundry and Machine Co. 

Biscoe Milling Co.-- 

J. W. Coggin 

C. E. Kanoy 



N. V. Long...- 

J. M. Wright Sawmill. 
Richard Russell 



President 



J. A. Ryan, Asst. 
Auditor. 



John J. Jarrett, Part. 



E. A. Dibbell, V.-P. 



D. A. Fissler 

C. T. & W. H. Hickey 



C. E. Kellam, Owr... 



C. E. Kanoy, Owr. 
and Mgr 

N. V. Long, Owr... 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



2S9 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. R. Wentz.... 
Sue Woodside. 

J. J. Austin 

J. W. Crossett. 
J. W. ZuideL.. 
C. S. Procter-. 



C. A. Stone- 



John P. Hunter. 

W. B. Cross 

W. A. Killian.— 



C. J. McEwen. 
W. M. Masters. 
I. D. Masters.. 



J. W. T. Quina- 



T. W. Dale- 



Paul Willis. 



A. Buchanan. 
R. R. Dent... 



T. K. Jordan. 



C. V. Ritchie. 



Alex. Russell. 



-Articles Manufactured 



§.S£ 



Commercial signs 

Automobile sales and repairs. 
Ice 



Printing and publishing 

Bakery; bread 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber; auto repairing. 
Rough lumber 



J. W. Coggin Rough lumber 



Cotton-seed products 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing and vulcanizing 

Auto repairing and vulcanizing 

Milling corn 

Wheat and corn 

Rough lumber 

Wheat and corn 

Flour and corn mill 

Rough lumber 

Harness, saddles and bridles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. -- 

Feldspar and mica --. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Cut mica 

Ground mica 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Mfg. bobbins and skinners 

Dressed lumber, sash, doors, blinds. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Castings and repairs 

Wheat flour, corn meal 



Lumber, pine boards. 

Lumber and ties 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 



1910 



1913 



Invested 
Capital 



S 2,275 
24,585 
115,601 
101,834 
15,482 
3,504 
10,085 
1,500 

89,172 

1,700 

561 

949 

150 

4,201 

1,108 

4,500 

2,500 

2,100 

1,900 

2,650 

12,700 

2,000 

2,825 

5,700 

5,300 

600 

1,500 

1,000 

1,000 

6,000 

4,050 

3,650 

15,000 

2,950 

6,400 

4,275 

125,000 

1,400 

3,150 

57,037 

11,074 

3,200 

12,425 

6,500 



6,600 
1,200 



No. 



3249 
3250 
3251 
3252 
3253 
3254 
3255 
3256 

3257 

3258 

3259 

3260 

3261 

3262 

3263 

3264 

3265 

3266 

3267 

3268 

3269 

3270 

3271 

3272 

3273 

3274 

3275 

3276 

3277 

3278 

3279 

3280 

3281 

3282 

3283 

3284 

3285 

3286 

3287 

3288 

3289 

3290 

3291 

3292 

3293 

3294 

3295 



3296 

43,000 I 3297 

400 3298 

800 I 3299 



19— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



290 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


3300 


Montgomery. 

..-.do 

do 








3301 


—.do 

do 


Lamond's Sawmill... 


N. A. Lamond, Owr.. 


3302 






3303 


do 


do 


J. C. Munn . . -. .. 




3304 


do 


do 


B. F. Saunders 




3305 


do 








3306 


do 


....do 






3307 


.-..do .._ 

do 


..- do 


Claud L. Taylor 




3308 


Dry Creek 


J. C. Rush 




3309 


do 




Baver Grist Mill 




3310 


do 


do . 






3311 


do 


do 


Kirk & Tuclcer 




3312 


do 


do 


Thayer Mill . 




3313 


do 


Ether 


J. F. Allred . . - 




3314 


do 


do 


Ether Roller Mills, Inc. 


W. Farlon... -. 


3315 


...-do 

do 


--do 

do — .-. -.. 




S. H. Freeman 


3316 






3317 


do 




Pressley M. Morris 




3318 


do 




Dennis & Harris 




3319 


do 


Mount Gilead 

do 


N. L. Byrd 




3320 


do 


C. L. Deaton . . 




3321 


do 


do 


E. E. Dunn 




3322 


do 


do 






3323 


do 


do—. 






3324 


....do 

do 


....do 

do ... . . 


T. C. Hardister 




3325 


W. R. Harris.... ----- 




3326 


....do 

do 


....do 

do 






3327 


R. B. Hendley 




3328 


do 


do 






3329 


do 


do 


E. S. Kearns.. . 




3330 


....do 

do ' 


do 






3331 


do 






3332 


...-do. 

do 


...-do ... 

do 






3333 


0. D. Moore 




3334 


do 


do 






3335 


do 


do 


Mount Gilead Bottling Works 




3336 


do 


do ... 


Mount Gilead Cotton Oil Co 




3337 


do 


do 






3338 


do 


do 


M. V. Nelson --- 




3339 
3340 


----do .-. 

do 


MountGilead,R.2 

Mount Gilead 

do 


J. F. Smith & Son Sa-ivmill 

Sofrit Bros - 


J. G. Smith, Owner.. 


3341 


do 


H. J. Staley 




3342 


do 


do 


Waddell Milling Co.-- 




3343 


do 


do 


B. F. Wade 




3344 


do 


Ophir 


James Atkins 




3345 


.—do 

do 


....do. 

do 


F. K. Crawford 




3346 


R. M. Crawford 




3347 


do 


do 


J. H. FutrelL- --. 




3348 


do 


Richfield 


R. W. Taylor 




3349 


do 


Star 


E. M. Brown & Co 




3350 


do 


do 






3351 


do 


do 






3352 


....do 


-..do 


Joe Davis 





Miscellaneous Factories 



291 



Continued 



Serretary 



S. T. Ervino 



D. M. Lewis 

J. C. Munn 

B. F. Saunders. 

J. B. Cobb 

J. G. Coggen... 

C. L. Taylor.... 
J. C. Rush 



J. D. Callicott. 
J. A. Kirk 



Eli P. Freeman 

Hiram Freeman 

Cogle Gaston 

Pressley M. Morris 

G. E. Dennis 

N. L. Byrd 

C. L. Deaton 

E. E. Dunn 

C. M. Galloway 

J. A. Hardister 

T. C. Hardister 

W. R. Harris 

M. L. Haywood 

R. B. Hendley ._ 

W. F. Ingram 

E. S. Kearns-- 

J. L. Lowder 

CO. Meisenheimer.. 
J. D. Meisenheimer... 

O. D. Moore 

E. J. Luck 

D. R. Cook 

James Parsons, Bkpr_ 
W. H. Gibson, V.-P... 
M. V. Nelson 



R. W. Sofrit 

H. J. Staley 

A. E. WaddeU... 

B. F. Wade 

Jim Atkins 

F. K. Crawford. 
R. M. Crawford. 
J. H. Futrell.... 
R. W. Taylor.— 

E. M. Brown 

William Davis... 
Geo. W. Scott.... 
Joe Davis 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber... 

Lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Lumber 

Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 

Corn meal _ 

Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Flour and meal. 



Flour, meal and mill feed. 

Lumber and cross-ties 

Rough lumber..! 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Soda water and Rycola... 

Cotton-seed products 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Pine boards 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Coca-cola 

Rough lumber 



U r- CO 



1906 
1913 



1915 
1890 



1913 



Invested 
Capital 



26,800 
2,000 
3,000 
1,500 
4,000 
2,800 
1,500 
1,900 
1,800 
550 
2,200 
1,900 
2,500 
7,100 

20,000 
4,000 
1,700 
2,450 
1,100 
1,150 
3,500 
1,600 
2,750 
3,100 
4,500 
3,000 
3,000 
1,800 
2,200 
2,000 
600 
1,600 
2,500 
3,000 
1,500 
900 

95,902 

44,000 
2,425 
600 
5,200 
2,000 
9,000 
1,400 
2,000 
2,000 
2,200 
3,250 
2,400 
5,200 
1,200 
8,545 
600 



-No. 



3300 
3301 
3302 
3303 
3304 
3305 
3306 
3307 
3308 
3309 
3310 
3311 
3312 
3313 
3314 
3315 
3316 
3317 
3318 
3319 
3320 
3321 
3322 
3323 
3324 
3325 
3326 
3327 
3328 
3329 
3330 
3331 
3332 
3333 
3334 
3335 
3336 
3337 
3338 
3339 
3340 
3341 
3342 
3343 
3344 
3345 
3346 
3347 
3348 
3349 
3350 
3351 
3352 



292 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Post office 


Factory 


President 


3353 


Montgomery. 
. .do 


Star.... 


T. J. Ellis .... 




3354 


do 






3355 


-do .. - 


do 




W. Farlow 


3356 


do . . 


do 






3357 


_...do _. 


....do 






3358 


.__.do __. 


....do 


R. B. Reynolds 




3359 


....do 


...do 


Southern Timber and Lumber Co. . 
H. M. Staley 




3360 


....do.... 


. .do- 




3361 


. .do . 


do 






3362 


.do ... 


Steeds 






3363 


do . . 


do 


A. F. Cogle 




3364 


do 


do 






3365 


do 


do 






3366 


do 


do 


C. C. Crisco 




3367 


do 


Troy 


I. S. Fike 




3368 


. .do 


do 


W. R. Green 




3369 


do .. 


do 






3370 


do 


do 


0. L. Hicks 




3371 


do 


do 






3372 


do 


do 






3373 


do 


do 






3374 


....do... 


...do 






3375 


. do 


do 


Moffit & King _._ 




3376 


do -. . 


do 






3377 


do 


do 






3378 


do 


do 






3379 


do 


do 






3380 


do 


do 


I. F. Russell & Co. 




3381 


do 


do 


C. F. Ruth 




3382 


do 


do 






3383 


do 


do 






3384 


do 


do 


Troy Milling Co. 


Barna Allen 


3385 


do 


do 


Wade & Ruth 




3386 


....do 

do 


Tuckertown 

do 


N. G. Arey Planing Mill 


N. G. Arey 


3387 


D. R. Hurley Sawmill 




3388 


do 






W. H. Blue, Owner... 


3389 


do 


do 


D. S. Hurley 




3390 


do 


do 


J. C. Smith 




3391 


do 


do 


0. D. Smith 




3392 


Moore... 

....do 








3393 


....do 


Aberdeen Power and Milling Co 

Ralph Caldwell . . 


Mrs. Z. E. Leach 


3394 


do 


do 




3395 


do 


do 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


G. C. Seymore 


3396 


do 


do 


David Knight Repair Shop 


David Knight, Owr. . 


3397 


do 


do 


McLeod & Keithan . 




3398 


do 


do 


H. A. Page, Jr 




3399 


do 


do 


Sanders & AUred 


Partnership... 


3400 


do 


do 


Staley & Morris 


Partnership..- 


3401 


do 


Ashboro 


Crawford & Ross... 




3402 


do 






3403 


do 








3404 


_...do 

__..do _-_- 


do 


J. C. McDuffie 




3405 


Cameron 


Cameron Lumber Co.__ 





1 






Miscellaneous Factories 



293 



Continued 



Secretary 



T. J. Ellis, 



R. P. Morgan... 
R. B. Reynolds. 
J. T. Maloney... 

H. M. Stair 

Chas. Vickers... 
Edgar Aumon. .. 



Articles Manufactured 



Herman Cole 

Allen Cornelison. 



I. S. Fike 

W. R.Green 

J. C. Hamilton 

0. L. Hicks. 

B. S. Howell 

J. T. Morton., 

F. King. 

John C. King _ 

B. B. Moffit 

B. S. Hurley, Editor. 

R. L. Donis, Bkpr 

J. B. Moore 

B. A. Atkins 

1. F. Russell 

C. T. Ruth 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. ._ 

Dressed lumber 

Brick 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber , 

Dressed lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber,. 

Rough lumber. , , 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber,, 

Rough lumber,,, 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Publish newspaper and job printing. 

Harness 

Rough lumber 

Pepsi-cola 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



<o a 

O e ofj 

c. c <i; 
k. o c 
go -5 

HH Offl 



C. J. Poole, Clerk | Dressed lumber, 

W. G. Smitherman, 

C. J. Callicutt 

B. T. Wade j... 



D. R. Hurley. 



D. S. Hurley. 
J. C. Smith,,. 
O. D. Smith.. 



Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and mill feed 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and cross-ties. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal, 

Rough lumber 

Coca-cola, soft drinks 

Repair shop 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber .• 

Rough lumber, 

Rough lumber, 

Rough lumber, 

Rough lumber,, 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

W. J. Vick .1 Rough lumber 



R. V. Leach.,, 
A. H. McLeod. 



A. H. McLeod, 
P. F. Buchan.. 



B. H. Rush. 



G. C. Cole. 



1906 



Invested 
Capital 



$ 6,700 
850 
92,886 
4,600 
1,900 
3,800 
16,584 
700 
1,550 
2,100 
2,000 
1,800 
1,150 
1,800 
3,375 
2,100 
1,200 
1,500 
1,800 
1,800 
1,500 
1,500 
1,900 
750 
2,500 
2,100 
800 
4,800 
1,700 
188,827 
3,500 
10,000 
2,000 
9,000 
1,400 
1,500 
1,900 
1,150 
1,450 
49,900 
3,950 
2,800 
24,000 



3,000 
2,500 
1,700 
1,700 
1,500 
2,500 
1,000 
2,000 
5,000 



No. 



3353 

3354 

3355 

3356 

3357 

3358 

3359 

3360 

3361 

3362 

3363 

3364 

3365 

3366 

3367 

3368 

3369 

3370 

3371 

3372 

3373 

3374 

3375 

3376 

3377 

3378 

3379 

3380 

3381 

3382 

3383 

3384 

3385 

3386 

3387 

3388 

3389 

3390 

3391 

3392 

3393 

3394 

3395 

3396 

3397 

3398 

3399 

3400 

3401 

3402 

3403 

3404 

3405 



294 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Tablk No. 1- 



No. 



3406 
3407 
3408 
3409 
3410 
3411 
3412 
3413 
3414 
3415 
3416 
3417 
3418 
3419 
3420 
3421 
3422 
3423 
3424 
3425 
3426 
3427 
3428 
3429 
3430 
3431 
3432 
3433 
3434 
3435 
3436 
3437 
3438 
3439 
3440 
3441 
3442 
3443 
3444 
3445 
3446 
3447 
3448 
3449 
3450 
3451 
3452 
3453 
3454 
3455 
3456 
3457 
3458 



County 



Moore.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.- 
...do.. 
...do-. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
..-.do.. 
....do.- 
....do.. 
_-..do.. 
....do.. 
..-.do.. 
....do_. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
-...do.. 
...-do-. 
...-do.. 
...-do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
-...do., 
-...do.. 
....do., 
-...do.. 
....do., 
-.-do.. 
.— do.. 
---do., 
---do.. 
-...do-. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do-. 
.-..do- 
....do- 



Postoffice 



Cameron 

—.do 

Carthage 

....do-... 

....do 

—do 

.--do. .-.. 

....do-.. --- 

-...do 

-...do 

.--do- 

....do 

....do 

....do- 

.--do-. 

....do-.- 

--.do 

..-do 

....do 

....do- 

....do 

...do 

Eagle Springs 

—do. 

...do 

-..do 

— -do.... ---- 

.--do 

Glendon 

Hemp -. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..-.do 

.--do.. 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

High Falls 

....do 

Jackson Springs . 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

Lakeview 

Leaman 

....do. 

....do 

McConnell 

Pinehurst 

.—do 



Factory 



Carolina Millstone Co 

Jas. P. Turnley 

R. C. Barrett 

B. H. Brown & Kemp... 

D. A. Caddell -- 

E. H. Camp and B. L. Brady 

Carthage Ginning and Milling Co 

W. J. Cockman 

J. L. Currie & Co 

J. L. Dawd 

Duke's Garage and Machine Shop-. 

R. T. Fields- 

Kivett Brick Co 

D. A. McKenzie. 

News-Blade Co 

J. C. Pool 

Richardson Bros 

A. A. Spencer 

Colin G. Spencer 

Fulton-Sullivan Sawmill 

W. C. Sullivan 

Tyson & Jones Buggy Co 

H. C. Cole- 

J. B. Cole & Sons 

C. F. Monroe Co 

Elias Morgan... 

Q. A. Williams 

S. D. Williams 

W. J. Harrington 

Brower & Sons--- 

W. C. Brown 

J. S. Cameron..- 

Garner & Brown.. 

C. F. Garner... .--. 

J. B. Horner 

John Monroe. 

John H. Moore--- 

Sheffield & Morgan 

T. N. Slack 

Williams & Sanders 

High Falls Mfg. Co.- --. 

Kidd & Shields 

M. J. Blalock 

J. P. Clark 

J. L. Mclnnis & Bro.- 

Ira A. Stuart..- - --. 

J. B. Eastwood.. 

R. Cole 

Reynolds' Mills 

G. B. Williams 

W. T. Kidd 

Outlook Publishing Co 

Pinehurst Planing Mill 



President 



W. R. Duke. 



Col inG. Spencer, Owr. 



R. B. Reynolds- 



W. T. Kidd- 



Miscellaneous Factories 



295 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. L. Stultz. 

Jas. P. Turnley. 



D. A. CaddeU... 

E. H. Camp 

J. F. Cole 

W. J. Cockman. 
W. H. Currie.... 
J. L. Dawd 



R. T. Fields- 

M. T. Dalymeyer. 
D. A. McKenzie... 
H. P. King, Bkpr.. 

J. C. Pool 

J. P. Richardson.. 
A. A. Spencer. 



W. C. Sullivan 

A. T. Levin, Bkpr.. 

H. C. Cole- 

J. B. & D. E. Cole- 
Allen L. Monroe 



Q. A. Williams... - 
S. D. Williams.... 
W. J. Harrington. 
A. S. Calicott 



W. C. Brown- 
A. S. Calicott- 
A. S. Calicott. 
John Monroe.- 



A. S. Calicott- 
T. N. Slack.-.. 



G. C. Shaw. 



M. J. Blalock. 



Articles Manufactured 



Fannie B. Gray, Bkpr..- 
Fannie B. Gray, Bkpr.-- 



Millstones and grist mills. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber- 

Rough lumber --- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. _ -- 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber-- 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber _ 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Manufacturing brick 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Buggies, carriages 

Rough lumber.- 

Rough lumber ._ 

Rough lumber, shingles... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber --- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber.- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed _. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Dressed lumber. 



'-Em 
O ri tn 

Lh O fl 



1920 
1907 



Invested 
Capital 



5,000 
1,500 
1,500 
800 
1,100 
2,000 
1,100 
1,500 
26,000 
1,800 
4,000 
1,500 
5,000 
1,500 
9,400 
4,000 
2,000 
2,000 



3,000 
177,330 
2.000 
1,200 
2,500 

400 
1,800 
1,800 
3,500 
1,100 
2,800 
1,200 
3,000 
1,200 
1,200 
1,500 

800 
1,100 
2,000 
1,300 
7,500 
1,500 
7,000 
3,500 
4,000 
2,200 
1,800 
2,000 
6,300 
2,000 
3,000 
5,925 
9,100 



No. 



3406 

3407 

3408 

3409 

3410 

3411 

3412 

3413 

3414 

3415 

3416 

3417 

3418 

3419 

3420 

3421 

3422 

3423 

3424 

3425 

3426 

3427 

3428 

3429 

3430 

3431 

3432 

3433 

3434 

3435 

3436 

3437 

3438 

3439 

3440 

3441 

3442 

3443 

3444 

3445 

3446 

3447 

3448 

3449 

3450 

3451 

3452 

3453 

3454 

3455 

3456 

3457 

3458 



296 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Tablk No. 1— 



No 



County 



3459 

3460 

3461 

3462 

3463 

3464 

3465 

3466 

3467 

3468 

3469 

3470 

3471 

3472 

3473 

3474 

3475 

3476 

3477 

3478 

3479 

3480 

3481 

3482 

3483 

3484 

3485 

3486 

34S7 

3488 

3489 

3490 

3491 

3492 

3493 

3494 

3495 

3496 

3497 

3498 

3499 

3500 

3501 

3502 

3503 
3504 
3505 
3506 
3507 
3508 
3509 
3510 



Postoffice 



Moore 

...do ... 
...clo_... 
...do..- 
...do ... 
...do._.. 
_..do.... 
...do... 
...do ... 
...do... 
...do.... 
...do.-.. 
...do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 

Nash I Bailey 

do -I do- 

....do.... 

....do.... 

....do.-.. 

.-..do-.-. 

..-.do... 

..--do ... 

....do.... 

....do.... 

.-..do... 

..-.do.. 

.--.do .. 

.-..do... 

-.-.do..- 

..-.do... 

-...do-.. 

.---do... 

..--do... 
...-do.-. 
....do... 
-...do.-. 
....do.-- 

---.do.- 
----do... 
----do..- 
----do... 

..--do... 

.-.-do.-. 



Prosperity... 

Putnam.- 

Raleigh 

Southern Pines.. 

---do. — - 

Spies -- 

---do— 

..-do.... 

Steeds.- .- 

Vass 

...do 

-..do - 

...do 

West End 

.-.do -.. 



.do- 
-do- 
-do- 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 



Battleboro 

-.-do— 

..--do 

Elm City 

--.do.- -. 

Middlesex 

...do 

...do 

---do- 

---do 

.--do.-- 

Nashville 

...do 

.--.do 

.---do- -.. 

..--do.- 

.--.do.- - 

...-do 

...-do 

....do--. 

Rocky Mount.. 

....do 

.-..do 

-...do 

....do 

-...do 

Rocky Mount, 
R. D 

Rooky Mount.. 

...-do 

..--do 

----do 

---.do 

.-..do- 

Spring Hope... 
...-do 



Factory 



President 



E. P. Spoon 

J. R. Sewell 

T. W. Parks & Son 

Foss & Stradley 

Allen N. Roberts 

W. T. Brown 

W. P. Hancock.. 

S. R. Williams...- - .- 

J. R. Comer.- 

J. W. C. Blue.... - 

W. J. Cameron - 

W. B. Oral am -- 

Vass Milling Co... - 

M. D. McCrummen Shingle Mill. 

Van Connor Mill Work Co 

Geo. W. Johnson - 

William Rhodes 

Battleboro Oil Co. - 

Hilliard's Mill--- - 

H. M. Walker- --.. 

Joe P. Alston .- 

W. A. Joynpr 

Denton Bros 

Farmers Milling Co 

Lamm's Mill - 

W. W. Lamm --. 

J. H. Smith 

John Simmons 

J. H. Bone-- 

Croctan Mill 

H. C. Deans Sawmill 

Farmers Oil Mill 

The Graphic-- -.- 

Hedgepeth & Williams. 

Jackson Bros -- 

W. H. Jones 

Warren Milling Co 

G. Ernest Beal 

Bishop Laundry Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc 

Cotton Belt Mfg. Co 

Evening Telegram. 

J. T. Jones & Son 



Allen N. Roberts. 



W. B. Graham, Owr. 



J. B. Van Connor. 



Nash Brick Co 

Rocky Mount Baking Co 

Rocky Mount Marble Works. 
The Tar River Lumber Co... 

J. H. Ward 

Williams Lumber Co 

Williams Printing Co... 

J. Baxter Goode.- 

Lamm & Morgan - 



Geo. N. Bissette. 



R. W. Bishop. 



E. J. Gordon. - 

Samuel D. Parker.. 



W. G. WiUiams. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



297 



Continued 



Secretary 



T. W. Parks & Son 
W. C. Wicker, Mgr.. 

J. H. Comer. 

W. J. Cameron 

J. J. Parker 

M. D. McCrummen 

F. M. Van Connor. 
Geo. W. Johnson... 
N. V. Japner 

H. M.Walker 

J. P. Alston 

W. A. Joyner 

Charlie M. Denton. 
A. T. Fulghum 

W.W.Lamm 

J. H. Smith 

John Simmons 

J. H. Bone 

H. C. Deans ... 

M. U. Luicke 

W. G. Hedgepeth... 

W. H. Jones 

G. Ernest Beal 

E. T. Fleming 

J. H. Claybo 

J. L. Hume, Jr 

J. T. Taylor 

T. W. Coleman 

S. R. Anderson 

J. H. Ward 

W. L. Williams, Jr.. 

J. B. Goode 

Wm. D. Lamm 



Articles Manufactiired 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Job printing.. 

Violins 

Rough lumber, flour, meal and feed. 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber ' 

Meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Doors, sash, etc 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed oil 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, corn meal 

Grinding corn. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed oil 

Advertising, job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Flour and grist 

Rough lumber 

Laundry work ' 

Coca-cola, soda water 

Mattresses 

Job printing 

Rough lumber, corn meal 



Brick 

Bread, pies, cakes 

Monuments 

Rough and dressed lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 



k, o fl 

asm 



1910 



Invested 
Capital 



3,000 

1,000 

7,500 

7,700 

300 

3,000 

1,500 

1,300 

1,500 

250 

1,500 

20,000 

8,000 

600 

11,000 

11,000 

500 

104,774 

1,750 

5,000 

650 

400 

315 

16,200 

1,600 

4,000 

5,500 

2,000 

700 

4,500 

350 

33,493 

4,500 

1,000 

400 

1,000 

21,500 

6,425 

16,269 

50,497 

54,788 

42,640 

3,300 

71,500 

29,495 

1,350 

282,099 

8,520 

9,250 

9,700 

550 

650 



No. 



3459 
3460 
3461 
3462 
3463 
3464 
3465 
3466 
3467 
3468 
3469 
3470 
3471 
3472 
3473 
3474 
3475 
3476 
3477 
3478 
3479 
3480 
3481 
3482 
3483 
3484 
3485 
3486 
3487 
3488 
3489 
3490 
3491 
3492 
3493 
3494 
3495 
3496 
3497 
3498 
3499 
3500 
3501 

3502 
3503 
3504 
3505 
3506 
3507 
3508 
3509 
3510 



298 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1^ — 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


3511 


Nash 

do 


Spring Hope 

....do 


J. T. May & Bros 




3512 


Montgomery Lumber Co 




3513 


....do 


....do 


M. H. Privett 




3514 


... do 


....do 


Spring Hope Cotton Oil Co 




3515 


do 


Suffolk. Va 

Whitaker 


Montgomery Lumber Co 




3516 


....do 

do 


W. R. Mann .- 




3517 


....do.-.- 


G. W. Sexton - 




3518 


do 


....do 


Woodard & Whitley Oil Co 




3519 


NewHanover 
do 


Castle Hayne 

....do 


Duncan McEachern... . - .. 




3520 


Riverside Mfg. Co 




3521 


....do 

...-.do 

do 


Eagle Island 

Wilmington 

do 


Acme Tea Chest Co 




3522 




Wm Gilchrist 


3523 


E. M. Allen 




3524 


....do 


....do 


Astypodyne Chemical Co .. 




3525 


...do 


..-.do.... 


AtlanticPaintand Harness Wks. , Inc. 
Bladen LumberandGravelCo., Part. 
Bolivia Lumber Co 




3526 


do --.. 


....do -.. 




3527 


do 


.--.do 


Theo. G. Empie 


3528 


do 


....do- 


3529 


do 


....do 


Broadfoot Iron Wks., Inc 




3530 


do 


..-.do 


James N. Bryant .. 




3531 


....do 

....do.. 

....do _- 

_...do ._ 

-...do 

...do 


Wilmington, R. D. 

Wilmington 

-...do 

Wilmington, R. D. 

Wilmington 

-..-do 


Brvant Lumber Co 




3532 


Geo. E. Burnett 




3533 
3534 
3535 


Burnett's Vulcanizing Plant.. 

Geo. E. Burton 

Cape Fear Packing Co. 


R. S. Burnett 

Geo. E. Burton 


3536 


Cappo Griffith Co -- 


J. B. Griffith 


3537 


.do 


....do- 




3538 
3539 


....do.. 

do... 


....do 

....do.. 


Carolina Packing Co 

Carolina Printing Stamps Co., Inc.. 
Castle Havne Stave Co - 


W. W. Lore 


3540 


do 


....do 




3541 


do . . - 


...do 


Cement Products Co 




3542 


do 


....do 


Chadbourn Bate Co 

City Laundry Co - 


J. Herbert Bate .. . 


3543 


do 


..-.do 




3544 


do 


.--do 


Coca-Cola Works, Inc- 




3545 


do 


—do 


M. T. Cockev & Bro 




3546 


....do 

do 


— -do 

.do.... 


Commercial Printing Co 




3547 


Crescent Candy Co 

Dickinson Steam Dye Works 

Eureka Dye Works 

Farris Bakery- 

Fisheries Products Co., Inc 

J. S. Furchess Co 

Greenfield Mineral Water Co 

Harrifs Printing and Adv. Co., Inc. 
Independent Ice Co. - 


John R. Hanby . . 


3548 
3549 


-...do -.- 

do 


-...do 

.-do—. 


T. C. Dickinson 

C. D. Myers 


3550 
3551 


--..do 

....do 


--..do - 

-...do 


W. F. Farri.s 

E. Brown, Auditor... 


3552 


do 


do 


J. S. Furchess . 


3553 
3554 


...-do 

do 


....do 

do 


C. L. Whitehead 


3555 


do 


do 




3556 


do 


do 


Jackson-Bell Co - 




3557 


do 


do 


N. B. Josey Guano Co - 




3558 


do 


do 


W. W. Koch Lbr. and Shingle Mills. 

Lingo City Metal Works 

Clark Lynch Lumber Co., Inc 

E. L. Mathews Candy Co 




3559 


do 


do 


T. D. Love, Owner.. - 


3560 


do 


do 


H. A. Lynch 


3561 


do - - 


do 


E. L. Mathews 


3562 


do - 


. do 




3563 


..-.do 


....do 


Navassa Guano Co - 


E. T. Taylor 



Miscellaneous Factories 



299 



Continued 



Secretary 



S. R. May. 



M. H. Privett. 
W. P. Pitts.— 



W. R. Mann.. 
G. W. Sexton. 
B. H. Davis.. 



Chas. Neylor. 



Jno. B. Hughes. 
Jas. Bryant 



D. C. Whitted. 



John K. Niggel. 



L. F. Landen 

John Feenan 

L. H. Lawn 

J. Herbert Bate — 
J. O. Hinton, Mgr. 

W. J. Cutoff 

M. T. Cockey 

C. H. Holton 



H. C. Bear.._- 
J. W. Jackson. 

N. B. Josey 

W. W. Koch.__ 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, other timber products... 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed oil, meal and hulls 

Rough lumber - 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed meal, oil and hulls 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

FertiUzer 

Rough lumber 

Astypodyne healing oil 

Harness 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. -- 

Corn meal.- 

General machine shop 

Rough lumber --- 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Steam vulcanizing 

Rough lumber 

Meat packing 

Sheet metal 

Monuments 

Meat packers 

Job printing, stamps 

Rough lumber, all other timber products 

Septic tanks, concrete floors, septic cans, etc. 

Lumber 

Laundry 

Soft drinks 

Rough lumber. 

Job printing 

Candy 

Steam dyeing and cleaning 

Steam dyeing and dry cleaning 



O c^ tn 

"o C 



Invested 
Capital 



Frank Meier... 
George Sloan. 



Fish oil and fertilizer 

Cleaning peanuts. 

Bottling mineral water 

Job printing 

Ice 

Job printing 

Fertilizer 

Rough lumber 

Machinery repairing.. 

Dressed lumber 

Candy 

Headstones and monuments -- 

Com. fertilizers, acid phosphate and sulphuric acidl 1869 



No. 



2,000 
408,522 
750 
108,000 
273,763 
1,990 
7,300 
41,971 
10,000 
700 
10,000 
817,704 
5,200 
30,714 
19,900 
79,000 
12,209 
66,046 
11,427 
2,950 
30,000 
4,000 
2,600 
3,200 
127,311 
6,500 
4,992 
154,441 
16,000 
40,293 
140,075 
25,000 
8,967 
31,000 
15,500 
1,650 
7,000 
1,300 
15,492 
42,000 
2,594,575 
6,000 
3,050 
15,506 
130,029 
32,825 
883,385 
33,000 
32,500 
140,663 
40,500 
4,769 
200,000 



3511 

3512 

3513 

3514 

3515 

3516 

3517 

3518 

3519 

3520 

3521 

3522 

3523 

3524 

3525 

3526 

3527 

3528 

3529 

3530 

3531 

3532 

3533 

3534 

3535 

3536 

3537 

3538 

3539 

3540 

3541 

3542 

3543 

3544 

3545 

3546 

3547 

3548 

3549 

3550 

3551 

3552 

3553 

3554 

3555 

3556 

3557 

3558 

3559 

3560 

3561 

3562 

3563 



300 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



County 



PostofRce 



Factory 



President 



3564 
3565 
3566 
3567 
3568 
3569 
3570 
3571 
3572 
3573 
3574 
3575 
3576 
3577 
3578 
3579 
3580 
3581 
3582 
3583 
3584 
3585 
3586 
3587 
3588 
3589 
3590 
3591 
3592 
3593 
3594 
3595 
3596 
3597 
3598 
3599 
3600 

3601 
3602 
3603 
3604 
3605 
3606 
3607 
3608 
3609 
3610 
3611 
3612 
3613 
3614 
3615 



New Hanover 

...do- 

...-do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

_..do 

..._do .-__ 

...do ___ 

.__do 

...do_ 

...do 

.__do 

...do 

...do 

.__do 

..._do _... 

...do 

...do... 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

Northampton 

...do... 

...do 

...do.... 

..--do 

...do 

...do.. 

....do 

..--do- 

.---do 

.---do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 



Wilmington. 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do _ 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do -- 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

..--do.- - 

....do 

....do 

...do -. 

...do 

Conway 

...do- 

..--do 

...do 



....do 

Emporia- -- 
Ga^ysbu^g- 

George 

....do _ 

Jackson 

...do.. 

....do 

.-..do _ 

....do -- 



...do... 
...do... 
..--do... 

.---do... 

...do... 
..--do... 
.---do— 

.---do... 

.---do... 
..--do... 
....do... 
.-..do... 
Onslow. 
....do... 
....do... 



Nenlo 

Pleasant Hill_ 

...do 

....do 

...do 

Rich Square.- 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

Stancell 

Woodland 

Dixon 

Folkstone, R. 1 . 
Hitch Lodging-. 



Neptune Fisheries Co., Inc.- 

New Way Mattress Co _- 

Andrew C. Nielson 

Pearsall & Co... 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 

Review Job Office 

Royal Bakery _.. 

Saturday Record. 

Sheppard Chemical Co., Inc 

Southern Box and Lumber Co 

Southern Sign Shop 

Spiritine Chemical Co 

Standard Cement Construction Co. 

Union Metal Works 

R. S. Verday 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

A. G. Warren Ice Cream Co., Inc... 

White Chemical Co., Inc 

Wilmington Cooperage Co 

Wilmington Iron Works, Inc 

Wilmington Mill 

Wilmington Printing Co 

C. M. Yates Co., Inc 

Burgess & Wall Sawmill 

D. R. Davis Gin and Sawmill 

J. W. Jenkins 

Martin Printing Co 

Wimbrow Bros. Co 

Futrell Jackson 

W. C. Howell 

W. J. Brown & Co... 

Woodland Mfg. Co.... 

J. T. Flythe & Sons.. 

James Gay 

Northampton Printing Co 

L. H. Taylor.... 

Wright Bros 



H. N. Lupton 

Mrs. Joshua T. James 
J. B. Fox, Owner 



G. Colucci 

J. M. Satchwell. 



C. G. Wilson. 



Chas. H. Keys. 



J. H. Burgess. 

D. R. Davis, Owner. 



Geo. N. Martin. 



J. G. Parker. 



J. A. Flythe. 



Geo. S. & Edwin 
Wright 



J. W. Jenkins.-- 

Isles & Massey Stave Mill 

G. W. Massey Sawmill.. 

H. E. Vassar Sawmill 

Whitehead & Long 

W. J. Conner — 

Elliott's Sawmill _-_ 

Farmers Ginning and Milling Co. 

E. T. Harrell --. -. 

Rowk Chowan Co _. 

Haniill & Shaw Mill 

GrifEn & Dunning 

Frank Dixon 

Geo. W. Lloyd 

T. H. Hitch. --- - 



S. E. Elliott, Owner.. 
A. J. Connor, Owner. 



A. J. Conner. 



MlSCELLANEOrs FACTORIES 



301 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


t. o c 
« oK 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 


Chas. B. Malloy 






S 108,800 

6,425 

25 

88,992 

8,000 

8,000 


3564 


R. S. Thorpe 






3565 






3566 


E. W. Jones- 






3567 








3568 








3569 




Bread, pies and cakes . . . . 


1912 


3570 


Geo. W. Cameron 




3,250 

33,000 

50,000 

500 

10,000 

55,899 

800 

4,800 

48,000,000 

12,000 

1,500 

15,000 

99,505 

146,506 

1,100 

425 

1,200 

12,000 

1,800 

1,700 

1,000 

4,000 

1,200 


3571 




Medicines 




3572 


Wm. B. Campbell 




1917 


3573 






3574 








3575 


J. D. Walker 


Cement products . .. 




3576 




Cornice, tinware, etc. 




3577 




Job printing 




3578 


S. D. Crenshaw.. _._ 


Com. fertilizers, acid phosphate and sulphuric acid 


1893 


3579 
3580 




Medicines . 




3581 


Chester L. Fisher _. 


Slack barrel heads 


1909 


3582 






3583 








3584 


Fred E. Little 






3585 


P. H. Knight .... 






3586 








3587 








3588 




Lumber, meal 




3589 




Job printing 




3590 




Lumber 




3591 








3592 








3593 








3594 




Lumber.. . . 




10,000 
700 
1,100 
5,200 
9,000 

1,150 
1,500 
7,150 

10,800 
3,500 
1,800 
900 
1,000 
6,100 
2,700 
4,500 
3,300 
1,500 

12,264 
8,425 
4,600 


3595 








3596 








3597 








3598 








3599 








3600 








3601 








3602 








3603 








3604 








3605 








3606 




Lumber 


1902 
1902 


3607 




Lumber 


3608 




General repairs 


3609 




Printing, publishing 




3610 




Lumber 




3611 








3612 








3613 








3614 




Rough lumber ._ ^ 




3615 



L 



302 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 




3616 
3617 
3618 
3619 
3620 
3621 
3622 
3623 
3624 
3625 
3626 
3627 
3628 
3629 
3630 
3631 
3632 
3633 
3634 
3635 
3636 
3637 
3638 
3639 
3640 
3641 
3642 
3643 
3644 
3645 
3646 
3647 
3648 
3649 
3650 
3651 
3652 
3653 
3654 
3655 
3656 
3657 
3658 
3659 
3660 
3661 
3662 
3663 
3664 
3665 
3666 
3667 
3668 



Onslow. 
....do.- 
....do-. 
....do.. 
....do.- 
....do.- 
....do.. 
._._do.- 
....do-- 

_-.-d0.- 

....do.- 
....do.. 
..-.do.. 
....do.- 
....do.- 
.--.do.- 
....do.. 
..--do.- 

...-dO-- 

.-.do.- 
-.-.do-- 
...-do-- 
_...do-. 
-.-do-- 
Orange. 
..__do_- 
_--_do-- 
__-_do-- 
....do-- 
....do-- 
--.do-. 
.--_do-- 
..._do._ 
.-.-do-- 
.do-- 
.do_- 
.do_- 
.do__ 
.do-_ 
.do-- 
.do.- 
....do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.- 
....do.. 
..-.do-, 
-—do-, 
-...do-. 
....do-, 
.-..do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



Hubert 

Jacksonville, R. 2. 

Jacksonville 

...do 

_..do. -. 

Kellum- 

Marines _. 

Maysville -. 

New Bern— 

Richlands 

Richlands, R. 2.- 

Richlands- 

---do-. 

-.-do 

.--do 

.--.do- 

Sharkman- 

Sneads Ferry 

Starkman 

Suffolk, Va 

Swansboro 

...do -. 

...do 

Verona 

Cedar Grove 

...-do 

...do 

Chapel Hill 

...-do.... 

....do 

....do-. 

....do- 

...-do 

..__do 

....do 

Durham 

Efland 

..--do 

..-.do--- --.. 

.-..do 

.-.-do 

..--do 

.---do 

Hillsboro- 

..-.do 

....do 

.--do 

--.do 

-..-do - 

---do - 

--.-do 

--..do 

._-.do-- 



President 



Henderson Grist Mill 

Hudson & Rhodes 

Jacksonville Lumber Co. — 

Onslow Publishing Co 

Sabiston Bros 

Grimsley & Bullock Co 

L. H. Harrison 

Belgrade Milling Co.- 

The Pine Lumber Co 

A. J. Banks - 

W. B. Barbour 

Brock Saw Mill and Grist Mill 

Eli Horn 

Walter Rand 

R. D. Thompson 

G. C. Wiggins Garage— 

E. H. Walton 

R. A. Jackson 

Walton's Grist Mill 

Dill-Cramer-Truitt Corp.— 

The Interstate Cooperage Co 

Swansboro Land and Lumber Co. 

O. & C. E. Weeks— 

King's Grist Mill 

Cedar Grove Roller Mills 

C. O. Green 

John E. Long Co 

Boyder & Poythress 

Chapel Hill Garage 

Cheek Lumber Co 

S. L. Ferguson 

E. J. Robertson 

J. A. Sprinkle 

University Press 

W. C. Womble 

Hester's Mill 

C. V. Bradshaw 

J. J. Brown 

Efland Milling Co -. 

J. H. Murraj' 

Orange Mfg. Co 

E. H. Robertson 

W. P. Smith 

D. E. & C. A. Bivens 

R. E. Bivens - 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

Clay Dorsett 

Enterprise Job Printery 

R. W. Gray 

Hedrick Bros 

Hines & Johnson-. - — 

G. C. Kennedy 

J. M. Lloyd 



I. N. Henderson, Owr. 



W. D. Sabiston, Owr. 
C. L. Ives 



I. M. L. Brock, Owr.. 



A B. Cramer, V.-P. 

F. W. Weller 

W. L. Groom 



T. H. Gentry. 



Bruce Stowd- 



Zeb. P. Council, Mgr. 



John L. Efland, Owr. 



W. S. Simmons - 
F. W. Mimdrop. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



303 



Continued 



Secretary 



S. S. Ambrose 

E. L. Ward, Lessee. 



E. P. Bullock. 



J. M. Aberh 



G. C. Wiggins- 



C. F. White 

Thos. H. Pritchard. 



T. H. Gentry.. 
John E. Long. 



W. B. Cheek. 



Articles Manufactured 



Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Job printing. 

Gin cotton 

Gin cotton 

Rough lumber 

Meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber, gin cotton, make brick. 



2£<« 
u o a 



1906 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs.- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn 

Logs and bolts 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Meal 

Flour, meal and feed- 
Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Custom mill 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1905 
1916 



1904 
1904 



1914 



Invested 
Capital 



; 3,000 

3,000 

86,152 

1,700 

10,800 

5,000 

3,900 

1,500 

334,606 

3,850 

2,900 

5,000 

1,800 

4,325 

4,750 

2,500 

5,950 

4,400 

5,850 

44,614 

200,000 

150,000 

9,500 

1,200 

5,000 

800 

1,250 

1,975 

4,028 

6,342 

1,000 

2,500 

7,350 



No. 



3616 

3617 

3618 

3619 

3620 

3621 

3622 

3623 

3624 

3625 

3626 

3627 

3628 

3629 

3630 

3631 

3632 

3633 

3634 

3635 

3636 

3637 

3638 

3639 

3640 

3641 

3642 

3643 

3644 

3645 

3646 

3647 

3648 

3649 

3650 

3651 

3652 

3653 

3654 

3655 

3656 

3657 

3658 

3659 

3660 

3661 

3662 

3663 

3664 

3665 

3666 

3667 



Ben F. Hester. 



John L. Efland- 



C. T. Johnson. 
H. M. Lloyd... 



Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Custom mill 

Rough lumber 

Excelsior and paper.. 

Rough lumber 

Meal and flour 

Leaf tobacco ba.skets. 

Rough lumber 

Bottled soft drinks 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



450 

870 

1,600 

2,400 

20,000 

1,000 

27,200 

600 
2,550 
2,700 
6,500 
4,000 
3,000 

600 
1,700 
3,500 

900 
3,800 



304 



Worth Cakolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



3669 
3670 
3671 
3672 
3673 
3674 
3675 
3676 
3677 
3678 
3679 
3680 

3681 
3682 
3683 
3684 
3685 
3686 
3687 



3690 
3691 
3692 
3693 
3694 
3695 
3696 
3697 
3698 
3699 
3700 
3701 
3702 
3703 
3704 
3705 
3706 
3707 
3708 
3709 
3710 
3711 

3712 
3713 
3714 
3715 
3716 
3717 
3718 
3719 



Orange. 

...do — 
...-do — 

...do... 
....do... 
.._.do... 

...do... 
....do... 
....do... 
.._.do._. 
...-do... 
....do-.. 



PostofEce 



Pamlico... 

-.-do 

-..do 

...do 

...-do 

...do 

...do 

-.--do 

-..-do 

.-..do 

...-do 

-.--do 

....do... 

--..do.. -. 

Pasquotank-. 

.---do 

....do.. - 

-...do...- 

-...do 

.--do --- 

.-.-do... - 

....do 

...-do 

.--.do - 

-.-.do 

--.-do 

-.-do.... 

.-.-do... 

...-do... 

.-..do 

....do 



Hillsboro 

...do 

....do 

...do 

Louisville, Ky.. 

Mebane -. 

Rougemont 

....do 

Teer 

....do 

-...do 

Winston-Saleni. 



Alliance 

Arapahoe .- 

..-do 

Bayboro 

---do 

..-do- - 

Grantsboro - 

Maribel 

Oriental 

...do 

Pamlico 

Reelsboro 

Stonewall 

Vandemere 

Elizabeth City.. 

.---do 

....do 

....do 

...do... ---- 

.-.-do -'-. 

...-do 

.-.-do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do. 



--.-do., 
----do., 
----do.. 
--.-do., 
--..do. 
-...do- 
....do- 
....do- 



.do... 
.do... 
-do... 
-do... 
.do... 
.do-., 
.do... 
.do... 



Factory 



Penna Lumber Co. 

J. C. Rosamond 

Walker Brothers 

G. S. Wheeler - 

Walter J. Knight... 

Muse Bros 

J. R. Buchanan 

J. E. Long 

A. D. Andrews 

W. H. Copeland... 

J. P. Teer Mill 

Forsyth Mfg. Co... 



President 



S.W.Keo&wife.Owrs. 
R. A. Spaugh, V.-P. 
and Treas 



Hooker & Camfin - 

Eric Lee 

Reel Bros. Sawmill 

Bayboro Garage -- 

Bayboro Sentinel 

Muller's Garage 

Grantsboro Milling Co - 

Hobb's Sawmill 

Oriental Concrete Works 

Smith Creek Mfg. Co 

Deam & Woodard 

Floyd Reel - 

Hadder Garage 

Bay River Lumber Co.- 

Advance Publishing Co 

Albemarle Laundry 

Bay Viln BottHng Works 

Cartwright Bros 

T. A. Commander & Son 

Dare Lumber Co 

Eastern Cotton Oil Co 

Elizabeth City Brick Co 

The EUzabeth Buggy Co 

Elizabeth City Coca-Cola Bot. Wks. 
Elizabeth City Iron Wks. Sup. Co.. 

Elizabeth City Milhng Co 

Elizabeth City Ship Yard Co., Inc.. 
Farmers Ginning and Produce Co. _ 

Foreman-Blades Lumber Co 

Foreman-Derrickson Veneer Co 

Gaither & Hofler Garage 



T. C.Miller. -- 
D. H. Miskell. 



W. D. Eastwood. 



Chas. W. Lewis, Owt. 



Noah Garrett 

Garrett & White... 

L. S. Gordon 

T. B. Hayman 

The Independent. 

Miles Jennings 

Kramer Bros. Co. 
Kramer-Moss Co.. 



Larry E. Skinner. 

G. F. Horner 

J. Q. Cartwright. 



W. G. Gaither and 
Oscar Hofler 



W. O. Saunders. 



Miscella:n^eous Factories 



305 



Continued 



Secretary 



H. B. CaldwelL., 
C. G. Rosemond. 



G. S. Whitted. 



S. Mase. 



Sidney Camfin, Part 

M. J. Reel 



jr. A. Crisp 

J. L. McCotter. 
J. L. Hof 



R. L. Woodard. 



Bruce Hadder 

J. C. Cotter 

H.J.Peele&F.F.Cahoon 



C. E. Commander. 

J. B. Jenkins, Jr 

W. T. Culpepper... 

C. W. Ward 

W. P. Wood 

Margaret Dawson.. 
H. W. Sanders 



B. M. Cotter. 
L. C. Blades.. 



J. T. Garrett. 



J. H. Kramer. 
C. E. Kramer. 



Articles Manufactured 



t, o c 
-< OH 



Flooring, ceiling, weatherboarding 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and shipstuff 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Rough lumber... 
Flour and meal. 



Rough lumber _. 

General milling 

Barrels, boxes, lumber 

Rough lumber 

Autos and gas engines, repairing 

Printing and job work 

Auto repairs 

Lumber and ginning cotton 

Rough lumber 

Concrete blocks 

Rough lumber ... 

Rough lunaber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Subscriptions, advertising, job work- 
Laundry 

Soft drinks . 

Bakery 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber '. 

Cotton-seed products 

Brick 

Repair work 

Soft drinks 

General repairs of machinery 

Cotton ginning and milling 

Wooden vessels 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Veneers... 



Auto repairing 

Carts and wagons 

Lumber 

Bean and pea harvester 

Boat building and repairs.. 

Publishing, job printing 

General repair shop 

Dressed and rough lumber. 
Rough lumber and logs 



1916 



Invested 
Capital 



22,828 

3,000 

23,000 

600 

750 

800 

1,200 

1,000 

1,000 

950 

5,500 

1,320 

3,250 

3,000 

2,000 

4,000 

1,600 

4,060 

6,000 

2,300 

4,650 

9,517 

3,500 

7,213 

2,750 

6,000 

5,750 

5,000 

1,800 

3,775 

12,000 

646,378 

212,853 

10,000 

57,650 

17,182 

83,734 

4,000 

20,000 

2,035 

216,331 

12,511 

8,211 

575 

400 

150 

1,500 

7,400 

10,000 

119,191 

25,542 



No. 



3669 
3670 
3671 
3672 
3673 
3674 
3675 
3676 
3677 
3678 
3679 

3680 
3681 

3682 
3683 
3684 
3685 
3686 
3687 



3690 
3691 
3692 
3693 
3694 
3695 
3696 
3697 
369S 
3699 
3700 
3701 
3702 
3703 
3704 
3705 
3706 
3707 
3708 
3709 
3710 

3711 
3712 
3713 
3714 
3715 
3716 
3717 
3718 
3719 



20— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



306 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



3720 
3721 
3722 
3723 
3724 
3725 
3726 
3727 
3728 
3729 
3730 
3731 
3732 
3733 
3734 
3735 
3736 
3737 
3738 
3739 
3740 
3741 
3742 
3743 
3744 
3745 
3746 
3747 
3748 
3749 
3750 
3751 
3752 
3753 
3754 
3755 
3756 
3757 
3758 
3759 
3760 
3761 
3762 
3763 
3764 
3765 
3766 
3767 
3768 
3769 
3770 
3771 
3772 



County 



Postofifice 



Pasquotank. - 

._.do__ 

...do 

...do.— 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

....do.. 

.-.-do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

Pender 

...do 

...-do 

-..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

---do... 

.-..do 

....do.... 

....do- .- 

.-..do 

-..-do 

--.-do 

-..-do 

--.-do 

..--do 

...-do 

...-do 

...-do 

...-do 

....do 

... do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

Perquimans.. 

...-do 

...-do 

.-.-do 

.-..do..-. 

....do 

....do 

--.-do 



Elizabeth City... 

....do 

...-do 

...-do. - 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

Okisko 

.---do- 

Weeksville 

....do- 

...-do 

...-do 

....do 

--..do 

Atkinson 

-...do --. 

-...do. 

...-do- 

-..-do 

--..do 

....do 

...-do.. 

--..do 

....do- 

....do 

Burgaw 

-..-do -. 

-..-do- --- 

-..-do 

-..-do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Castle Hayne 

Currie_ 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Rocky Point 

....do.... 

Rooks 

Topsail 

Belvidere 

....do- 

Hertford. 

....do ..-- 

-...do. 

....do. 

--..do 

....do. 



Factory 



Linotype Printine; (The Herald) 

D. R. Munden & Co 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 

Pralins Marine Ry - 

Geo. E. Pritchard 

Riverside Lumber Co 

J. A. Spence 

W. H. Weatherby & Co - 

Zimmerman & Co - 

John F. Jones 

Jones' Grist Mill 

Farmers Mercantile and Supply Co. 

W. H. Garrett 

Joe W. Markham 

Crowder Meads 

Willis S. Meads --. 

Weeksville Ginning Co 

P. S. Carr Motor Co.. - 

Carter & Johnson - --. 

Gilbert Sawmill - 

Henry Q. Johnson 

Mills Logging Camp - 

W. O. Mills..- 

O. L. Thompson - 

Williams & McKeithan Lumber Co 

Alph Woodcock 

N. M. Woodcock 

R. H. Woodcock-- -- ---. 

Burgaw Gin Co 

S. C. Carr -- 

J. T. Howell - 

J. T. Howell 

Pender Shingle Co 

R. Sanderson. - 

Savage & Wollard 

J. H. Smith 

W. H. McElwie & S. V. Stevens 

Kelly Grist Mill 

Kelly Sawmill 

Pender Lumber Co , Inc.. 

Porter's Sawmill 

Casey & Austin 

E. W. Godwin & Sons..- - 

O. F. Woodcock 

J. R. Avery 

White's Grist Mill 

F. C. White 

Noah Bright, Jr 

Eastern Cotton Oil Co - 

R. D. Elliott.- 

Hertford Herald - 

A. J. Jordan-- 

Major & Loomis Co 



President 



D. R. Munden. 
J. R. Bowden.. 



W. H. Weatherby 

W.B. Zimmerman, Or. 



P. S. Carr 

W. L. Gilbert, Owr. 



W. O. Mills, Owr. 



R. Sanderson, Owt... 



J. A. Porter, Owr. 



F. C. White, Owner. 



Floyd Triplett. 



. 



Miscellaneous Factobies 



307 



Continued 



Secretary 



Jack Wells. 



T. G. Skinner, Mgr.. 
C. C. Bailey 



S. M. Brothers. 
C. Johnson 



S. Thompson. 



W. B. Woodcock- 
Amos Latham 

D. J. Jones 



J. T. Conell. 



H. Sanderson. 
John Wollard. 



W. H. McElwie. 
B. KeUy 



J. R. Casey 

Ed. Godwin 

Owen Woodcock. 



E. J. Broughton. 



Articles Manufactured 



Subscriptions, advertising, job printing. 

Awnings and sails 

Soft drinks 

Repairing boats 

Bean harvester 

Dressed and rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Candy 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Meal.. 

Meal 

Meal 

Meal 

Meal 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Repairing automobiles 

Logs and rough lumber 

B cards 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumb er 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... _. 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal... 

Rough lumber 

Brick 

Brick 

Shingles 

Shingles, rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber... 

Lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 



Cotton-seed products.. _ 

Carriages, wagons, etc 

Publishing and job printing. 



Rough lumber. 



go- 



1909 



1917 
1900 



Invested 
Capital 



4,900 

50 

1,700 

250 

6,700 

10,000 

5,550 

8,226 

7,500 

3,300 

3,500 

400 

800 

800 

200 

150 

2,700 

6,400 

4,800 



6,896 
9,750 
8,000 
3,400 
40,140 
4,000 
5,000 
6,300 
1,500 
2,500 



9,500 
10,000 
13,000 
3,500 
8.700 
:.^,400 
1,560 
1,800 
32,000 



3,500 
19,000 
4,800 
3,550 
1,000 
2,000 
1,000 

630,706 
3,600 
2,850 
1,000 

363,110 



No. 



3720 
3721 
3722 
3723 
3724 
3725 
3726 
3727 
3728 
3729 
3730 
3731 
3732 
3733 
3734 
3735 
3736 
3737 
3738 
3739 
3740 
3741 
3742 
3743 
3744 
3745 
3746 
3747 
3748 
3749 
3750 
3751 
3752 
3753 
3754 
3755 
3756 
3757 
3758 
3759 
3760 
3761 
3762 
3763 
3764 
3765 
3766 
3767 
3768 
3769 
3770 
3771 
3772 



308 



North Carolina Lai^or Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


3773 


Perquimans. - 
.—do 


Hertford 


New Hope Min. and Milling Co. . 




3774 


....do ._ 


W. H. Rawlings-. 




3775 


-..-do — 


do 


Reed & Felton 

Wm. F. Umphlett 


Partnership.. . . _-. .. 


377fi 


---.do 


_..-do 


3777 


Person _. 

....do ---- 


Hurdle Mills 

-...do -.. 


M. H. Garrett 




3778 


H. M. Rimmer & Edie Wilson 




377(» 


—do — 


-...do 


W. M. Whitefield 




3780 


—do -.. 


-.--do 


WhitefJeld & Lang 




3781 


-...do 


Mill Creek. __ 


Street's Mill.... 


T. H. Street, Owr. 


3782 


.--do 


Moriah 


J. F. Harris 




3783 


—-do .-._ 

....do 


Moriah, R. 1 

Rougemont, R. 2 . 
Roxboro .. ... 


S. E. Peed 




3784 


C. C. Harris . 




3785 


....do 


Export Leaf Tobacco Co. 




3786 


____do 


do .. . 






3787 


X ft. 

3 p 


....do 

...-do 


W. J. Huff 




3788 






378q 


---do 

-—do 

-.-do 

.---do 


....do 

....do.... _--- 

....do 

....do 


Roxboro Bottling Works 


0. B. McBroom 


3790 
3791 


Roxboro Light and Power Co 

Roxboro Lumber Co... _ _ _. 


M. R. Long 

Preston Satterfield--. 


3792 


J. B. Satterfield 




3793 


-—do 


....do 


M. M. Tapp 




3794 


—do - 


....do.... 


R. J. Teague 




3795 


-..-do ---- 


Roxboro, R. 2 

Timberlake 

....do 


Woodv & Gentry.. 




379fi 


....do 


Ashley's Mill 




3797 


-...do 






3798 


....do - 


-..-do 


Geo. H. Hauser Co. 




3799 


-..-do 


Timberlake, R. A. 
Woodsdale - 


W. C. Needham .. 




3800 


_...do 


A. J. Crutchfield 




3801 


....do..-. 


--.do .. .. 


H. D. Jones 




380? 


....do 

Pitt... 


-—do __ 


Telephone Roller Mill 


D. P. Moody, Part... 


3803 


Pamlico Brick Co. 




3804 


....do 




.\rthur Garage 




3805 


-..-do -- 


— -do 


Arthur Milling Co 




3806 


—do - 


Arthur, R. D 


J. 0. Baker 




3807 


----do 


Hardy & Smith Grist Mill 




3808 


-.-.do.. 


Arthur, R. D 

-..-do.. 






3809 


....do .. 






3810 


..-.do 




Savage Grist Mill 




3811 


....do.-.- 


do 


C. D. Smith 




3812 


-...do 

....do 

do . 


Arthur, R. D 






3813 


Ayden Bakerv - . 


J. W. Massey 


3814 


....do 


Ayden Laundry 


F. S. Salisbury 


3815 


...-do 


.-..do 


R. J. Beullers 




3816 


----do . 


- -do- 


Central Garage 


Edward McLawhorn . 


3817 


----do 


do 


Cox Grist Mill 




3818 


-—do 

do- 


-.do - - 


The Electric Garage 


T. A. Carson 


3819 


.-do 




T. D. Eure 


3820 


---do- . 


...do 






3821 


do. .. 


do . 


G. C. Garris 




3822 


....do— . 


...do — 






3823 


-...do.-.- 


- -.do - 


J. A. Griffin 




3824 


do 


....do 


Hatch Garage ... . . ... 


L. C. Hatch 


3825 


...-do 


....do 


McLa whom Sawmill. __ _ _ ___ 





I 



Miscellaneous Factories 



309 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


-a 

tr o c 
go-5 

C uj: 

M Offi 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








$ 12,500 

28,775 

20,000 

1,000 

9,000 

1,000 

1,500 

1,100 

3,000 

5,650 

725 

500 

654 

10,500 

1,000 

800 

10,150 

25,933 

1,000 

500 

10,000 

1,165 

300 

1,500 

4,500 

12,000 

800 


3773 








3774 






1912 


3775 






3776 








3777 








3778 








3779 








37S0 








378 1 




Corn meal, flour and lumber.. __- _ - 




3782 








3783 








3784 


J P Watson 






3785 


R C Hall 






3786 








3787 








3788 








3789 




Ice and electric power and supplies. .___ 




3790 


D. W. Long 






3791 






3792 








3793 








3794 








3795 








379R 








3797 


Geo. H. Hauser, Seo'y-- 






3798 






3799 




Lumber and corn meal 


1889 


3800 






3801 








7,000 
38,899 
4,450 
4,750 
5,775 
1,500 
8,000 
6,000 
1,500 
4,000 
2,900 
4,250 
2,400 
1,750 
9,000 
1,850 
2,350 
51,000 
12,300 
4,550 
2,500 
8,200 
6,500 
3,810 


3S02 


W. H. Allison 


Brick 




3803 








3804 








3805 








3806 




Meal 




3807 








3808 








3809 




Meal 




3810 








3811 








3812 








3813 








3814 








3815 








3816 








3817 








3818 








3819 








3820 


H. M Travis 






3821 








3822 








3823 








3824 


Joseph McLawhorn 


Rough lumber, meal 




3825 



310 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Takle No. 1- 



No. 



3826 

3827 

3828 

3829 

3830 

3831 

3832 

3833 

3834 

3835 

3836 

3837 

3838 

3839 

3840 

3841 

3842 

3843 

3844 

3845 

3846 

3847 

3848 

3849 

3850 

3851 

3852 

3853 

3854 

3855 

3856 

3857 

3858 

3859 

3860 

3861 

3862 

3863 

3864 

3865 

3866 

3867 



3870 
3871 
3872 
3873 
3874 
3875 
3876 
3877 
3878 



County 



Pitt,... 
.-..do... 
....do... 
....do... 
_...do... 
_...do... 
..__do... 
....do... 
_...do... 
_...do.. 
.._.do.. 
-...do.. 
....do.. 
_.-.do.. 
._-_do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
-do.. 
....do . 
....do., 
-.-.do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 

-.-.do-. 

....do., 
-...do.. 
....do.. 
...-do., 
-..do., 
.-.do., 
.--do.. 
..-.do., 
.-..do-, 
.-..do.- 
....do-. 
.-..do.. 
....do.. 
— do.. 
-.--do- 
.---do., 
.-..do.. 
.-..do., 
.-..do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
.-.do., 
—do., 
.-.do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do. 



Postoffice 



Ayden 

...do-.. 

—do—. 

—do.. 

...do... -- 

...do -- 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do.-.. 

.4yden, R. D.. 
...-do 

Bellarthur 

-...do 

Bethel 

....do 

Bethel, R. D. 

Bethel- 

....do - 

-...do 

....do 

Bethel, R. D. 

Bethel 

---.do..- 

....do-. 

Bethel, R. D. 

-...do 

....do 



Bethel 

Bethel, R. D... 

...do 

..--do 

Bethel 

Chicod 

....do 

Chocowinity, R. 1 
Chocowinity,R.D 

Chocowinity 

....do 

Chocowinity, R.D 

Falkland -.-. 

..-.do 

....do 

Farmville 

..-do -- 

.--do 

..--do 

Farmville, R. D.. 

Farmville 

.--do.— 

....do 



Factory 



President 



Lorenzo MoLawhorn 

The Midway Garage 

Nunn Bros. Repair Works 

Levi Pierce - 

Will Robertson 

Simpson Grist Mill 

Smith's Grist Mill 

Smith Wood Shop 

Sure Shot Remedy Co 

Tripp Bros. Mfg. Wks 

J. H. Tripp 

Turnage Brothers 

Wilson & Jackson Mill.-- - 

Worthington Bros 

Lewis Mill 

Matthews Grist Mill 

Andrews Lumber Co 

Bethel Mfg. Co 

J. H. & G. L. Blount- 

Cortez Boonbell 

Britton & Edwards- 

W. J. Gardner & Son- 

John H. Highsmith 

Frank James 

James Motor Co 

J. W. James 

M. A. Jones -. 

J. J. Jones 

J. Buck Lewis 

W. J. Manning 

J. P. Morris Garage 

Jesse Palmer -. 

Walters & Blount 

J. E. Whitehurst 

Carter BarnhUl 

J. H. Cobb 

W. L. Smith 

Ange's Grist Mill 

W. Thos. Demby 

Edwards Garage 

Moore's Grist Mill 

F. -Anderson Moore... 

Crisp & Fountain Co 

Falkland Garage 

Fountain & Co 

Baker Auto Co 

J. O. Baker 

City Garage. 

Corbett & Morris Garage 

Thos. M. Dail 

R. L. Davis 

Farmville Auto Service Company.- 
The Farmville Enterprise 



W. J. Wingate. 
D. R. Nunn... 



S. M. Edwards . 



E. L. Turnage. 



R. L. Fountain. 
J. I. Fountain... 
J. E. Baker 



T. H. Cowan. 
J. C. Corbett. 



B. O. Taylor. 



1 



Miscellaneous Factories 



311 



Continued 



Secretary 



W. H. Robertson. 

Ed. Smith 

W. M. McKinney. 

Ernest Tripp 

Theo. Andrews.. - 

W. J. Gardner 

D. L. James 

J. P. Morris 

Riley Edwards... 

G. A. Rinse. Mgr 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Upholstering and painting 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Corn meal 

Tobacco trucks, hogsheads, etc 

Hog remedy 

Tobacco trucks, etc., general repairs... 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber.. 

Tobacco flues 

Corn meal 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, veneers.. 

Rough lumber 

Repairs on wagons, carts, buggies, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Common brick 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

General repairs 

Rough lumber... 

Rough lumber 

Meal.. 

Rough lumber.— 

Autos and general repairing 

Meal.- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, meal 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Auto and motor engine repairs 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Repairing and vulcanizing 

Printing and publishing 



!- E CO 

O fH 03 
U C C 

go-s 
-I opa 



1917 



Invested 
Capital 



2,500 

17,000 
2,100 
1,850 
4,250 
1,200 
2,000 
8,000 
5,000 
6,050 
3,750 
8,150 
1,800 
5,332 
2,500 
1,250 
4,500 

20,900 
2,500 
2,025 
3,000 
5,000 
2,800 
2,800 
3,300 
1,600 
1,500 
3,250 
2,300 
3,250 
1,550 
1,750 
3,000 
3,200 
2,025 
3,620 
1,800 
3,500 
3,000 
3,075 
1,600 
3,450 

10,325 
2,600 
5,300 
4,600 
6,175 
6,000 
8,350 
3,600 
4,825 

16,500 
3,050 



No. 



3826 
3827 
3828 
3829 
3830 
3831 
3832 
3833 
3834 
3835 
3836 
3837 
3838 
3839 
3840 
3841 
3842 
3843 
3844 
3845 
3846 
3847 
3848 
3849 
3850 
3851 
3852 
3853 
3854 
3855 
3856 
3857 
3858 
3859 
3860 
3861 
3862 
3863 
3864 
3865 
3866 
3867 
3868 
3869 
3870 
3871 
3872 
3873 
3874 
3875 
3876 
3877 
3878 



312 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Taiu.e Xo. 1- 



No. 



County 



3879 

3880 

3881 

3882 

3883 

3884 

3885 

3880 

3887 

3888 

3889 

3890 

3891 

3892 

3893 

3894 

3895 

3896 

3897 

3898 

3899 

3900 

3901 

3902 

3903 

3904 

3905 

3906 

3907 

390? 

3909 

3910 

3911 

3912 

3913 

3914 

3915 

3916 

3917 

3918 

3919 

3920 

3921 

3922 

3923 

3924 

3925 

3926 

3927 

3928 

3929 

3930 

3931 



Pitt 

....do... 
.-.-do... 
.— do... 
...-do... 
-...do... 
----do... 
.— do... 
----do... 
-.-do.-. 
---do..- 
---do... 
-.-do... 

---do... 

— -do... 
..-.do... 
— -do... 
.--do... 
-.--do... 

---do... 

..-do... 
..--do... 
--do.. 
— -do- 
— -do.. 
— -do- 
---.do.. 
.--do., 
--do.. 
-.-do_. 
-.--do.. 
..-.do.. 
....do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

--do.. 

...do.. 



Postofifice 



....do., 
.---do., 
.---do.. 
...-do., 
.--do.. 
.--do., 
—do., 
-...do.. 
....do . 
...-do.. 
— -do.. 
..-do.. 
---do.. 
..-do. 
..-do- 
-... do- 



Factory 



Farmville 

..-do 

.-.do- --. 

.--do 

--do... 

-.do 

---do --.. 

.-do 

...do 

— -do - 

..--do 

.--.do 

.---do— 

.---do- 

..-do — 

--.do - 

..--do 

....do 

.-..do. 

---do 

Fieldsboro 

-..do - -. 

Fieldsboro, R. D 

Fountain 

-.-do 

--.do - 

----do 

--do 

Greenville, R. D. 

Greenville 

--.do 

--do 

---do 

.-do 

.-do- --- 

..-do..- - 

Greenville, R. D 
Greenville, R. 1... 

Greenville 

Greenville, R. D 

Greenville 

.--do -.. 

..-do --- 



Farmville Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Gay Cola Works 

Gum Lumber Co - 

Hamilton Shop — 

J. R. Harris. - -- 

W. L. Johnson 

W. A. Joyner 

Lassiter Garage and Repair Shop. 

Lassiter Grist Mill .- 

Lewis Bros — 

G. E. Moore - 

Morris Repair and Metal Shop 

Parker's Garage - 

Pollard Auto Co.-.- 

W. J. Rollins... -- 

W. R. Shirley 

Smith & Parker Garage 

Tyson Griggs 

Union Machine Shop 

Williams' Repair Shop -. 

Gay's Garage -. 

Charlie Mercer's Garage 

W. Shackelford 

Dilda's Garage. 

Jonas Dilda. 

Leonidas Dilda 

G. W. Jefferson _ 

J. W. Moore 

Harry W. .\llen 

American Tobacco Co 

Askew Lumber Co - 

Averton Mfg. Co 

Battle & Forbes Garage.. 

Blue Seal Ice Cream Co 

Cabinet Veneer Co 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

C. C. Cobb 

R. J. Cobb, Jr 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

John M. Cox 

Cureton Lumber Co 

Dail Overland Co -- 

W. H. Dail, Jr 



President 



G. L. Gay. 



A. P. Hamilton . 



Joseph Lassiter, Owr. 



Joseph Morris. 
R. A. Parker.. 
W. A. Pollard.. 



O. R. Smith. 



W. E. Walker... 
Fred Williams.. 

Charles Gay 

Charlie Mercer. 



John R. Askew, Owr. 



G. B. Forbes, Part.... 



_do ' Dees Monument Works. 



Greenville, R. D. 
..-do 

Greenville 

...-do 

..-do 

—do- 

— -do — . 

—do- 

--..do 



Derby Johnson Mill.. 

Joe Dixon 

John Dixon Mill 

Export Tobacco Co 

John Flanagan Buggy Co 

E. B. Frickland Tobacco Co.- 

Forbes Mill --- 

Ford Garage Co 

Galloway's Grist Mill 



Derby Johnson, Owr. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



313 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



A W.Bobbitt.Asst.Cash. 



J. C. Dilda- 



Willie Moore. 



Alfred P. Tucker- 
Fred Speight 



J. C. Certello 

J. G. Moserly, Mgr. 
C. M. Warren 



Z. V. Murphy. 



J. A. Cureton 

R. L. McDowelL 



J. E. Dees. 



E. C. Austin, Bkpr. 

John Flanagan 

Robt. Frickland 



Cotton-seed products 

Soft drinks 

Rough lumber 

Cart wheels, buggies, carts, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco flues, trucks, etc 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco flues 

Auto and general repairing 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing ,. 

Lumber.. 

Auto and general repairing 

Tobacco trucks 

Auto repairing 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber, meal 

Repairing autos, buggies 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



J. E. Harrigan. 



Tobacco hogsheads 

Rough and dressed lumber- 
Tobacco hogsheads 

Auto repairing 

Ice cream ,. 

Veneers 

Chero-cola 

Rough and dressed lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Coca-cola, soft drinks -. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumljer 

Auto repairing 

Brick 

Monuments 

Grinding corn 



t. c m 

° C ffi 

h o d 

-I offl 



Corn meal 

Tobacco hogsheads _ 

Buggies and Ford agents. 

Tobacco hogsheads 

Corn meal 

Auto repairs 

Corn meal 



1907 



Invested 
Capital 



S 543,354 
4,4."0 
11,500 
4,350 
2,75T 
2,600 
4,100 
2,850 
1,650 
2,850 
3,000 
2,800 
3,000 
3,100 
3,000 
3,400 
4,350 
1,800 
5,650 
3,300 
6,000 
4,000 
7,500 
1,820 
1,750 
3,400 
3,000 
2,000 
1,800 



30,150 
7,600 

12,500 
2,565 

11,075 
8,500 
5,400 
4,350 

17,000 
3,600 

11,750 



5,200 
1,750 
2,000 
1,500 



10,920 
3,750 

18,600 
1,500 



No. 



3879 
3880 
3881 
3882 
3883 
3884 
3885 
3886 
3887 



3890 
3891 
3892 
3893 
3894 
3895 
3896 
3897 
3898 
3899 
3900 
3901 
3902 
3903 
3904 
3905 
3906 
3907 
3908 
3909 
3910 
3911 
3912 
3913 
3914 
3915 
3916 
3917 
3918 
3919 
3920 
3921 
3922 
3923 
3924 
3925 
3926 
3927 
3928 
3929 
3930 
3931 



314 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



3932 
3933 

3934 
3935 
3936 
3937 
3938 
3939 
3940 
3941 
3942 
3943 
3944 
3945 
3946 
3947 
3948 
3949 
3950 
3951 
3952 
3953 
3954 
3955 
3956 
3957 
8958 
3959 
3960 
3961 
3962 
3963 
3964 
3965 
3966 

3967 
3968 
3969 
3970 
3971 
3972 
3973 
3974 
3975 
3976 
3977 
3978 
3979 
3980 
3981 
3982 



County 



Pitt-.. 
.._.do 



....do... 
....do... 
..._do... 
....do... 
__..do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
-...do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do.:. 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
.-..do... 

...-do--. 

....do... 
....do... 
-.-.do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
..-.do.. 



....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
-...do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
...-do-. 

----do-. 

-...do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
.-..do., 
----do.. 



Postoffice 



Greenville. 
....do 



...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do.... 

...do-.... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

Greenville, R. D. . 

Greenville 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do-.. 

Greenville, R. 4... 

Greenville 

....do 

Greenville, R. D. . 

Greenville 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

..-.do 



Greenville, R. D. 

Greenville 

Greenville, R. 4.. 

Greenville 

Greenville, R. D. 

Greenville 

Greenville, R. D. 

Greenville 

Greenville, R. D. 

Greenville 

Grifton 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do. 



Factory 



James Galloway 

The Garris-Evans Lumber Co. 



Gentry & Gorman Tobacco Co 

Greenville Bakery, Ind 

Greenville Daily News 

Greenville Ice Cream Co 

Greenville Ice and Coal Co., Inc 

Greenville Motor Co 

Greenville Oil Fertilizer Co.. 

Greenville Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. 

Greenville Reflector 

W. Fred Hall Grist Mill 

Hill's Tin Shop 

Hines Bros. Motor Co ..- 

Hogshead Factory 

Humber Machine Works 

Imperial Tobacco Co 

Jefferson Davis Gardner 

Jenkins Roofing and Flue Co.- 

Jones, Tucker & Clark — 

J. G. Lautarez .- 

Lardner Mfg. Co 

Lee's Laundry 

W. E. Lewis 

F. K. McCallum ---- 

Mint-Cola Bottling Co 

M. G. Moye & Son 

C. L. Parker.. 

Peoples Bakery - 

Person-Garrett Co 

H. M. Phillips 

Pitt Lumber Co., Inc 

F. E. Randolph & Co 

Rowlett's Steam Laundry 

Rush Bros. Motor Co 



President 



L. B. Garris and G. 

Evans, Owners- . 

Mason Gorman 



D. J. Whichard 

W. Fred Hall, Owr. 



J. J. Jenkins 

George Clark, Part. 



Chas D. Smith 

Utility Machine and Garage Co. 

J. F. Warren -* 

O. E. & S. F. Whichard 

Edward J. Whitehurst .- 

Whitehurst Grist Mill 

W. W. Whitehurst...- 

Willard Storage Co 

Edward J. Williams 

Winslow Webb Motor Co 

Gus Barrington Shop 

S. G. Barrington... 

Brooks' Garage 

Ralph Davis 

J. S. Dunn Grist Mill 

G. T. Gardner. 



W. G. & J. E. Rush, 
Owners.- 



Gus Barrington, Owr. 



J. P. Brooks. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



315 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber. 



2. S S 



Invested 
Capital 



4,893 



No. 



3932 



J. E. Williams- 
J. A. Arthur... 



C. W. Honey. 



D. L. Turnage. - 
Paul Fitzgerald- 



R. Hill. 



D. D. Overton. 
R. L. Humber.. 



L. H. Tucker. 
Yee G. Wey... 



R. O- Denning- 
Gus Moye 



R. F. Jones 

John E. Person. 



W. F. Forrest 

C. H. Randolph. 
Fred Rowlett 



John O. Barnes. 



G. D. Owen- 



R. W. Newton. 



Rough and dressed lumber. 

Cooperage 

Bread 



Daily newspaper and job printing. 

Ice cream 

Ice 



Auto repairing 

Dry mixing fertilizer plant and a cotton gin system 

Bottling plant... 

Job printing, publishing 

Milling corn 

Tobacco flues and general repairing 

Auto repairs 

Hogshead material 

General machine work 

Cooperage 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco flues 

Tobacco trucks, cart wheels, repairs, etc 

Ice cream and candy 

General repair and manufacturing of tobacco trucks 

Laundry 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Various bottled drinks 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Bakery .- 

Tobacco hogsheads 



Dressed lumber, sash, doors, blinds. 

Rough lumber 

Laundry. 



W. J. Watson. 



Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Auto and machine repairs. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Repairing batteries; auto parts- 
Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Tobacco flues 

Rough lumber 

Repairing autos 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 



12,706 

4,238 

5,900 

21,750 

5,250 

30,000 

4,785 

356,505 

3,500 

11,500 

2,300 

3,800 

15,800 

12,525 

15,500 

31,200 

2,600 

10,500 

4,000 

1,800 

9,000 

2,250 

7,530 

1,750 

8,800 

4,030 

5,025 

3,650 



1,500 
38,157 

2,500 
20,000 

4,000 
3,800 
3,160 
3,650 
4,400 
2,000 
1,800 
2,850 
2,780 
3,100 

14,100 
3,400 
3,000 

13,510 
2,250 
1,500 
9,000 



3933 
3934 
3935 
3936 
3937 
3938 
3939 
3940 
3941 
3942 
3943 
3944 
3945 
3946 
3947 
3948 
3949 
3950 
3951 
3952 
3953 
3954 
3955 
3956 
3957 
3958 
3959 
3960 
3961 
3962 
3963 
3964 
3965 

3966 
3967 
3968 
3969 
3970 
3971 
3972 
3973 
3974 
3975 
3976 
3977 
3978 
3979 
3980 
3981 
3982 



316 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



3983 
3981 
3985 
3986 
3987 
3988 
3989 
3990 
3991 
3992 
3993 
3994 
3995 
3996 
3997 
3998 
3999 
4000 
4001 
4002 
4003 
4004 
4005 
4006 
4007 
4008 
4009 
4010 
4011 
4012 
4013 
4014 
4015 
4016 
4017 
4018 
4019 
4020 
4021 
4022 
4023 
4024 
4025 
4026 
4027 
4028 
4029 

4030 
403 L 
4032 
4033 
4034 



County 



Pitt... 

...do . 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do-. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do. 
....do.. 
-...do. 
..-.do.. 
....do- 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do- 
....do- 
....do. 
.-..do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
.-.do. 
....do. 
.-..do. 
....do- 
....do- 

Polk- 
-...do. 
....do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
..-.do. 
....do 



Postoffice 



Grifton, R. D 

Grifton 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

...do.... 

....do 

....do 

Grimesland.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Grimesland, R. D. 

....do 

....do 

Grimesland 

Paotolus - 

Pactolus, R. D 

Pactolus .- 

....do 

....do 

Parmele 

Parmele, R. D.... 

Parmele 

Parmele, R. D.... 

Simpson, R. D 

Simpson 

....do 

Staton 

Stokes 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

Whartons Station. 
Whichard, R. D... 

Whiehard 

Wliitehurst 

Winterville 

....do 

....do- 

.---do 

....do-. 

....do... 

...-do- 

Dinsdale... 

Fingerville. S. C. . 
Fingerville, S. C, 

R. 1 

Landrum 

Mill Spring 

Mimosa 

Rutii 

Tryon 



Factory 



President 



Tlios. Freeman. 



E. A. Moore. 



Henry VVeiterington.. 

S. O. Mason 

Bill Bogwell, Owner.. 



W. P. Gilbish & Co 

Grifton Garage Co... 

J. D. Gwaltney 

E. A. Moore & Bro 

C. J. Tuclcer. 

Weiterington's Grist Mill 

Weiterington Shop... 

Whitfield Shop 

Bill Bogwell Garage 

L. R. Buck 

L. D. Dixon 

Leonard Dixon's Garage 

C. S. Ellcs ..-- 

Galloway. Brock & Edwards Mill 

C. C. Haddock Garage- 

J. O. Proctor & Bro 

Joshua Crandill Grist Mill 

Will Faucette 

Leggett's Grist Mill 

Waters Shop 

W. S. Williams 

Parmele Grist Mill ! W. J. Smith, Owr 



C. C. Haddock, Owr. 
J. O. Proctor, Part... 



Toler's Repair Shop 

Parmele Lumber Co — 

Z. V. Whitehurst 

L. F. Edwards 

Hudson's Garage.- 

Orton Garage-. 

John James 

Mooring Garage-.. 

Leonidas Perkins. 

Stokes Garage. 

W. G. Stol^es 

Jesse Dixon's Shop 

R. O. Congleton 

Whichard's Grist MilL. 

Charlie James 

E. W. Braxton 

Cox Garage 

J. H. Cox 

B. D. Forrest & Bro.... 

W. H. May 

Lonnie F. McLawhorn. 

Simpson Mill Co... 

A. J. Dinsdale 

Miller Hines & Son 



Edward Toler.Owr. .. 
J. H. Blount, Owr.... 



Ben Mooring. 



W. T. Terry. 



L. R. Whichard, Owr. 



G. Cox. 



Robt. Riding's Mill. 

Robt. Mclntyre 

D. V. Allen 

G W. Pearson 

J. C. Hampton 

Polk County News.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



317 



Continued 



Secretary 



Ed. Moore 

John Turlington. 



Leonard Dixon. 



G. A. Waters. 



Will Hudson. _ 
Jarrius Orton. 






Richard Cox 

B. D. Forrest 

Julia May 

D. F. McLawton. 
J. E. Edwards 



Miller Hines. 



Articles Manufactured 



Milling corn 

Repairing autos, etc 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Meal 

Building carts, wagons, etc 

General repair carts, wagons, etc. 

Auto repair shop 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 



\-l Of 



Auto repairing. 
Rough lumber. 
Meal 



W. B. Metcalf- 
C. Bush 



Corn meal 

General repairs, autos, buggies, wagons 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn 

General repairs 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing and manufacturing of tobacco flues 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber.. 

Auto repairs _ 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn, rough lumber 

Rough lumber __ 

Rough lumber, dressed lumber, laths 

Auto and general repair shop 

Rough lumber 

Repair autos, batteries 

Rough lumber ' 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Publishers of paper and job and com. printing. 



Invested 
Capital 



1,930 
3,7.50 
2,500 
4,500 
3,000 
1,800 
4,650 
2,400 

675 
3,000 
2,000 
1,250 
3,500 
2,500 

625 
8,500 
1,650 
2,500 
1,800 
3,100 
4,500 
1,000 
2,950 
2,500 
2,000 
4,300 
3,540 
5,300 
2,300 
2,100 
3,500 
2,600 
5,500 
2,700 
3,200 
4,900 
2,800 
6,500 
3,600 
3,700 
9,000 
3,800 
4,550 
3,650 
1,050 
2,900 

1,500 
1,250 
600 
1,000 
3,600 
7,830 



No. 



3983 
3984 
3985 
3S86 
3987 
3988 
3989 
3990 
3991 
3992 
3993 
3994 
3995 
3996 
3997 
3998 
3999 
4000 
4001 
4002 
4003 
4004 
4005 
4006 
4007 
4008 
4009 
4010 
4011 
4012 
4013 
4014 
4015 
4016 
4017 
4018 
4019 
4020 
4021 
4022 
4023 
4024 
4025 
4026 
4027 
4028 

4029 
4030 
4031 
4032 
4033 
4034 



318 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


Factory 


President 


4035 


Polk 








4nSfi 


....do 


....do 






4037 


....do 


....do 


Otis F. Toney 




4038 


....do 


....do 






4039 


....do 


Uree, S. C. 






4040 


Randolph 

....do 




Ashboro Coca-Cola Bottling Works 
Ashboro Coffin and Casket Co 




4041 


do 


Arthur Ross 


404? 


....do 


do 




4043 


....do 


do 






4044 


....do 


do 






4045 


....do 


.- -do — 






404fi 


....do 


do 


H. W. Candy Co. 




4047 


....do 


do 






4048 


....do 


do 






4049 


....do 


do 


Hedrick & Walton 




4050 


....do 


do 


S. E. Henley 




4051 


..-.do...- 


do 






405:? 


....do.... 


do 


E. E Lewallen 




4053 


...-do 


do 


R. C. Lewallen 




4054 


....do 


do 


N. H. Lowe 




4055 


....do 


do 






405fi 


....do 

....do 

-...do 


----do- 

Ashboro, R. 1 


J. E. Poole 




4057 


T. F. & W. S Pugh 




4058 


0. E. Rich 




4059 


..--do ...- 


do 






40fi0 


----do 


do 


Ruth Roller Mill 


M. M. Ruth&O.E. 


40fil 


-.--do.. 


do 




Ruth, Owners 


40fi? 


.—do.. 

.---do 


----do -.. 


R L Taut 




40fi3 






40fi4 


----do.... 


do 


C. C Cheek 




40fi5 


....do. .. 


do 


J A Cox 




40fifi 


....do 


...do 


Creeks Burr Mill 


J. A. Cox, Owner 


40fi7 


....do 


do 


W L Moffitt & Bro 




40fiS 


....do 


Caraway 

Caraway, R. 1 

Coleridge 

do 


Parrish & Son Grist Mill 




40fi9 


....do 


J M Robbins 




4070 


....do 


Coleridge Mfg Co 




4071 


....do... 






4075! 


....do 


Denton 


Thom Creek Roller Mill 


D. L. Wright, Owner. 


4073 


...-do.. 

— -do 

...-do. 


J. F. Loftin & Sons . 




4074 


Eleazer 

do 


G E Carter 




4075 




G. E. Carter, Part.... 


4076 


.---do 


Erect 


T. H. Tysor 




4077 


.---do 

..-do 






A. L. Hill, Owner 


4078 


do 




Partnership _.. .- 


4079 


-..do 

....do.... 


Franklinville 

do 


Franklinville Mfg. Co. 


W. S. Russell.. - 


40S0 


Franklinville Roller Mill 


Hugh Parks, Owner.. 


4081 


do 


do 


C F Moon 




4082 
4083 


..-.do 

do 


Franklinville, R. 1 
Fullers 

do 


Jno. M. Patterson Roller Mill 


Jno. M. Patterson 


4084 


....do . 






4085 


.-..do .. 


do 




Partnership 


408fi 


....do 


Fullers. R. 1 


Pierce Grist Mill 


G. T. Pierce, Part.... 



MlSCELLAIS^EOUS FACTORIES 



319 



Continued 



Secretary 



P. R. Bacon. 



C. W. Ballinger. 

J. E. Searcy 

J. L. Overman.- 



Wm. C. Hammer. 
W. J. Scarboro... 

E. L. Moffin 

W. J. Scarboro 

E. L. Hedrick 



A. Ross. 



J. A. Brewer 

R. L. Caveness, Treas... 



Hugh Parks- 



Articles Manufactured 



Mercerization of cotton goods 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Paper boxes 

Rough lumber 

Ale and coca-cola drinks 

CofBns and caskets 

Publishers newspaper and job printing. 

Flour, meal and feed mill 

Wheelbarrows and lumber. 

Coffins and caskets. 

Candy and ice cream 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber, doors, windows, and blinds 

Lumber __ 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Manufacturing brick 

Rough lumber 



Flour and feed, meal- 
Merchant millers 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed. 

Rough lumber.. 

Flour and feed 

Lumber 



Flour, meal and feed 

Flour, meal and feed mill. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and feed mill 

Lumber 

Flour, feed and meal 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 

Flour, feed and meal 

Knife machines 

Flour, meal and feed.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and feed mill.. _ 



« a 

>-< E m 

O c^ CQ 

^^ ?i 
(.. o c 

M ocq 



1908 



Invested ^y 
Capital No- 



S 211,551 

2,320 

1,250 

20,200 

3,500 

4,000 

48,000 

17,000 

39,558 

42,414 

46,096 

4,000 

1,100 

2,800 

23,000 

1,000 

103,860 

17,000 

2,300 

2,000 

1,500 

1,200 

3,300 

3,000 

1,500 

2,175 

65,533 

3,200 

1,000 

2,100 

800 

600 

250 

4,000 

700 

11,421 

12,124 

3,400 

1,200 

4,000 

6,400 

2,000 

4,000 

3,500 



19,733 
600 
2,100 
800 
1,400 
6,500 
3,000 



4035 

4036 

4037 

4038 

4039 

4040 

4041 

4042 

4043 

4044 

4045 

4046 

4047 

4048 

4049 

4050 

4051 

4052 

4053 

4054 

4055 

4056 

4057 

4058 

4059 

4060 
4061 
4062 
4063 
4064 
4065 
4066 
4067 



4070 
4071 
4072 
4073 
4074 
4075 
4076 
4077 
4078 
4079 
4080 
4081 
4082 
4083 
4084 
4085 
4086 



320 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 











^Table No. 1— 


No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


4087 


Randolpli 

....do 

-...do 


Fullers, R. 1 

High Point, R. D, 
Kings Mill 


A. W. & Lee Yountz 




4088 


Y. W. Rush 




4089 






4090 


....do 

-...do 


Liberty 






4091 


....do-... 






40P? 


....do .- 

....do 

....do 


....do 

....do --.. 

....do - 






4098 


Liberty Brick Co 




4094 






4095 


....do 


....do 


Liberty Chair Co. ... 




409fi 


....do 


....do 




H. B. Reitzell, Part. 


4097 


-..-do 

....do 


-...do.... 


Liberty Picker Stick and Nov. Co.. 
W. C. Lindley 




4098 


....do 




4099 


....do .-- 


-...do --.- 






4100 


.-.-do _--. 


....do 


Dr. R. D. Patterson 




4101 


-...do 

....do -- 

....do 


.—do 

— .do -..- 

-...do 






410? 


Sandy Creek Roller Mill 




4103 


J. R. Smith 




4104 


-...do 


....do 




R. B. Staley, Part.... 


4105 


....do 


.-..do 




4100 


....do 


Mechanic 






4107 


....do... 


....do.. 


Moharrie Burr Mill 




4108 


....do --- 


Millboro 

-...do 


Clark Pugh 




4109 


....do ---- 


J. P. Routh ... 




4110 


-...do 


-...do- 


W. V. Routh . . 




4111 


-...do 

-...do 


Moffitts 


Richland Roller Mills . ... . 


F. P. Stout, Part 


411? 


New Hope Acad'y 

-...do 

-...do 




P. 0. Shaw, Part. ... 


411.8 


.---do 

-...do 


New Hope Roller Mills 


J. B. Lanier, Owner.. 


4114 






4115 


.-..do 

....do... 


....do-. 




J. M. Shaw, Partner 


411fi 


Pike. . 




B. F. WooUeys, Owr.. 


4117 


..-.do 




Hill & Russell 


J. F. Hill, Part. 


4118 


....do 

do.... 


Pipe 


T. E. Luther & Kearns 


T. E. Luther, Part.... 


4119 




Calicutt & Strider 


E. W. Calicutt, Part. 


4ro 


-...do— 


do 






41?1 


....do 

....do ---. 


Ramseur 


Bray & Craven 


J. L. Bray, Part 


41?? 


-...do 




41 ?8 


.—do 


-...do 




J. 0. Brown, Part 


41 M 


.-..do -... 

....do 


-...do 

....do .... 


B. C. Cos & Co. . 


B. C. Cox, Part 


41 ?5 






41?fi 


-...do 


....do . . 


D. A. Curtis 




41?7 


....do 


.-..do 






41 ?8 


.:..do 


-...do 






41oq 


....do 

...-do 


--..do 

...do 


W. T. Fourshee & Co 


W. T. Fourshee, Owr. 


4130 




L. B. Gardner 


4131 


....do 


...do.. 




Partnership 


413? 


....do 

...-do 

....do 


-.-.do 

-..do 

.-..do 


N D Martin 




4133 


Mill Creek Roller Mills 


J. H. Hodgin, Owr... 


4134 






4135 


....do 


do 


H C Parks 




413fi 


-..-do 


do 






4137 


....do 


do 






4138 


....do 


do 






4139 


....do -- 


-...do 


W. M. Richardson -. 





Miscellaneous Factories 



321 



Continued 



Secretary 



T. A. Johnson 

E. C. Williamson. 

J. C. Leether 

Jas. H. Johnson.. 



J. A. Martin. 



E. C. Watkins, 



J. N. Ranks 



H. H. Thomas 
W. R. Croom.. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber _. 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber -.. 

Brick _. 

Brooms 

Woodworking plant, turned and sawed dimen. stock 

Flour, meal and feed 

Chairs, picker sticks, etc 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Flour, meal and feed 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber... 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist 

Lumber ._ 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 



« a 
I- £ K 

O r- OJ 

0.S a; 
t. o c 

hH oB 



1915 
1912 
1920 



Invested 
Capital 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Brooms 

Planing mill 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Meal, feedstuffs 

Flour, meal and feed 

Wood parts for textile mills. 

Lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Brooms 

Flour, meal and feedstuffs... 
Rough lumber.. 

21— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



1915 



2,400 

8S0 
4,125 
1,000 



3,000 
15,000 
31,884 
3,500 
9,000 



1,500 
2,000 
1,800 
8,500 
4,500 
1,000 
2,500 
1,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,800 
2,000 
3,400 
8,750 
3,000 
3,700 
3,700 
2,400 
5,500 
5,200 
2,200 
1,400 
4,600 
2,200 
1,800 
1,300 
2,000 
1,600 
1,500 
10,000 
18,260 
1,500 
4,000 
400 
1,100 
3,180 
24,195 
2,000 
1,600 
41,066 
16,890 
2,500 



No. 



4087 
4088 
4089 
4090 
4091 
4092 
4093 
4094 
4095 
4096 
4097 
4098 
4099 
4100 
4101 
4102 
4103 
4104 
4105 
4106 
4107 
4108 
4109 
4110 
4111 
4112 
4113 
4114 
4115 
4116 
4117 
4118 
4119 
4120 
4121 
4122 
4123 
4124 
4125 
4126 
4127 
4128 
4129 
4130 
4131 
4132 
4133 
4134 
4135 
4136 
4137 
4138 
4139 



322 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



4140 
4141 
4142 
4143 
4144 
4145 
4146 
4147 
4148 
4149 
4150 
4151 
4152 
4153 
4154 
4155 
4156 
4157 
4158 
4159 
4160 
4161 
4162 
4163 
4164 
4165 
4166 
4167 
4168 
4169 
4170 
4171 
4172 
4173 
4174 
4175 
4176 
4177 
4178 
4179 
4180 
4181 
4182 
4183 
4184 
4185 
4186 
4187 
4188 
4189 
4190 
4191 
4192 



County 



RandolpL-- 

....do 

....do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-..-do 

....do 

....do 

--..do 

....do 

....do •. 

....do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do _. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do.. 

...-do 

..--do 

...-do 

..--do- 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.---do -. 

-.-do 

...do- 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Richmond. 
...do 



Postoffice 



Ramseur, R. 1-- 

....do 

....do 

Randleman 

....do 

....do... 

Randleman, R. 1 . 

Randleman 

....do 

....do 

Seagrove 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do— 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do .--. 

Sophia 

....do 

....do 

Staley 

.-..do 

....do.... 

....do-... 

....do 

Strieby , 

....do 

-...do.... 

Thomasville, R. 4 

Trinity.. 

....do 

..-.do 

..--do 

Trinity, R. 1 

-.--do 

Trinity 

-...do 

....do 

--.-do 

Ulah, 

Candor-- .- 

Ellerbe- 



Factory 



C. S. Stout 

J. E. Stout - 

York Bros. Co 

Acme Foundry and Machine Co 

B. F. Bean 1 ---. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

N. E. Coltrain & Son 

Deep River Milling Co 

Naomi Roller Mills 

Pearl Roller Mill 

J. A. Auman.- 

T. J. Bean & Co 

Cole & Presnell 

W. A. Craven-- 

M. Farlow--. 

Fork Creek Roller Mill.- 

Garner & JIcNeil 

Graves Brothers 

Noah King 

Leach & Macon 

W. D. Lemonds 

Lendo Graves 

John A. Presnell 

Seagrove Mill and Store Co., Part. 

Sikes Brothers - .- 

Simeon Parks --. 

W. T. Tucker 

Western Lumber Co 

C. A. Bristow - 

J. H. Bristow 

York Milling Co 

C. P. Fox Sawmill and Planer Mill 

J. A. Langley 

G. T. Murley & Teague 

F. L. Williams 

W. M. Wright --- 

Callicutt & Hill 

Callicutt & Shaw -- -- 

Davis & Smotherman — 

W. Lorrie Roller Mill 

M. V. Andrews — 

W. G. Brokaw - 

B. C. Floyd & Sons 

E. H. Hill. ' --- 

Walter Hunt- 

Miller's Mill 

Osborn & Steed 

H. A. Pierce 

Thayer Brothers 

W. S. Wall 

D. M. Williams 

W. J. McCaskell 

Geo. H. Charles 



President 



R. W. York. Part. 



N. E. Coltrain, Owr.. 

E. E. Routh, Owr 

N. H. Newlin, Owr... 
S. W. Connor, Owr... 



J. L. Brantley, Part.. 
L. J. Presnell, Part... 



O. M. Yow, Owr 

J. R. Garner, Mgr. .- 



E. B. Leach, Part. 



J. A. Sikes, Part. 



Frank Auman, Mgr.. 



G. T. Marley, Part... 



P. C. Callicutt, Part. 
A. R. Callicutt, Part. 

Jas. Davis, Part 

A. W. Fuller, Part.... 



B. C. Floyd, Part. 



E. T. Miller, Out.. 
Partnership 



Alson Thayer, Mgr... 



I 



I 



Miscellaneous Factories 



323 



Continued 



Secretary 



M. P. Johnson. 



E. E. Banting. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Sawmill and plows and general repair work. 

Rough lumber 

Soft drinks 

Flour, meal and feed 

Flour and meal 

Flour, feed 

Flour and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



is S m 
° S S 

ago 

t. O C 

gO'S 



Rough lumber and shingles. 

Flour, feed and meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber, etc 

Rough lumber _.. 

Rough lumber 

Milling 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber _._ 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Mill feed. 

Lumber , 

Rough lumber. _._ 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber __. 

Rough lumber...."! __. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, feed and meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 



Invested 
Capital 



No. 



1,000 

1,000 

1,200 

2,200 

2,400 

4,000 

11,000 

4,300 

5,000 

14,400 

600 

2,200 

2,500 

600 

850 

3,400 

2,200 

8,250 

3,000 

3,000 

400 

1,500 

2,000 

8,500 

1,050 

2,500 

5,000 

13,500 

2,100 

2,050 

6,300 



1,600 

900 

600 

4,000 

1,550 

1,200 

1,4.-0 

11,000 

6,600 

2,000 

1,380 

500 

800 

4,000 

3,000 

2,000 

2,500 

1,100 

1,100 

1,300 

2,500 



4140 
4141 

4142 

4143 

4144 

4145 

4146 

4147 

4148 

4149 

4150 

4151 

4152 

4153 

4154 

4155 

4156 

4157 

4158 

4159 

4160 

4161 

4162 

4163 

4164 

4165 

4166 

4167 

4168 

4169 

4170 

4171 

4172 

4173 

4174 

4175 

4176 

4177 

4178 

4179 

4180 

4181 

4182 

4183 

4184 

4185 

4186 

4187 

4188 

4189 

4190 

4191 

4192 



324 



N^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


Factory 


President 


4193 


Richmond .-. 
do 


Ellerbe . - 


Wm. E. Hall 




4194 


do 


John F. Lentz 




4195 


....do 


....do 


L. W. McCaskill 




4196 


....do ---- 


....do 


R. A. Milliken 




4197 


...do 


do 


J. F. Stafford 




4198 


. do.... 


.do 


W. 0. Whittey 




4199 


do ... 




S. W. Adam 




4200 


....do _ 

do 


-...do 

do 


Adams & Graham 


R. M. Adams & J. W. 


4201 


J. D. Bruton 


Graham, Owners... 


4202 


....do 


do.... 






4203 


....do 

----do ---- 

do 


— .do 

....do..... 

do 




J. P. Gibbons 


4204 
4205 


Hamlet Chero-Cola Bottling Co-.- 
Hamlet Ice Co. . . 


L. L. Currie 


4206 


do 


do 


Hamlet Mfg. Co. 




4207 


...-do 

....do -.-- 

....do 

....do -.-- 

.. do--.. 


....do 

....do 

—.do 

.—do 

do 




A. B. McDonald 


4208 






4209 


Lilesville Ballast Pit 


W. R. Bonsai 


4210 


A. H. McPherson 




4211 






4212 


do- 


do 


W. B. Woodward. 




4213 


do 




Blue Jones.. 




4214 


do 


do 


E. R. Robins 




4215 


do 


Jackson Springs . . 


J. A. Allred 




4216 


do 






4217 


....do.... 


...do . . 


A. J. Little .-- 




4218 


....do.... 


Mount Gilead 

do 


D. S. Dennis 




4219 


-- -do... 


Wulter B. Hearn 




4220 


-...do -.-. 

do 


—do 


W. V. Nelson .. 




4221 


W. J. Crawford 




4222 


do 


do 


R. W. Raynolds 




4223 


do 


do 






4224 


do 




G. W. Coggin 




4225 


do 


do 


B. R. Hamilton 




4226 


-...do 


do 






4227 


do 


Rockingham 

do 


D. F. Canipe 




4228 


....do.... 


Cox & Cox 




4229 


....do... 


do 






4230 


....do.. 


do 






4231 


- . do 


do 


L. & VV. Lumber Co. 




4232 


-- do 


do 






4233 


do 


do 




J. A. Porter 


4234 


do 


do 




Isaac S. London 


4235 


-...do 

do 


-—do 

do 




W. R. Smith 


4236 






4237 


Robeson 

--.do -. 

....do 

do 








4238 


---.do 






4239 






4240 


do 


J. D. Purvis Mill 




4241 


....do 

-...do 

. do .. . 


Lumber Bridge... 

Lumberton 

do 


N S Toler's Mill 




4242 






4243 


Freeman Printing Co 


E. B. Freeman 


4244 


.--do- 


....do 


M. A. Geddie's Ice Plant. 





Miscellaneous Factories 



325 



Continued 



Secretary 



M. C. Whittey. 



T. M. Rose, Mgr. 
N. W. Nicholas... 



S. O. Bauersfeld. 
J. S. Brigham... 
I. T. Cox 



A. Lyon. 



J. F. Diggs 

J. W. Hasty 

J. T. Edwards, Bkpr.... 



Stansill Covington. 
M. Peterson 



H. B. Phillips, Mgr.. 
S. W. Purvis 



W. R. Atkinson. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and shingles. 



S S m 
O c- ol 



Rough and dressed lumber. 

Grist and flour milling 

Rough lumber 

Soft drinks 

Chero-cola 

Ice 



Sash, doors, blinds, etc 

Bread, cakes, pies 

Rough lumber 

Washed gravel 

Rough lumber 

Laundry work 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Planing mill 

Rough lumber _. 

Rough lumber _. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Lumber.. 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Soft drinks 

Newspaper and job printing 

Job printing 

Bagging ties 

Rough lumber 

Veneers 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Job printing 

Ice 



1915 



Invested 
Capital 


No. 


$ 4,000 


4193 


3,300 


4194 


1,150 


4195 


4,000 


4196 


1,800 


4197 


2,200 


4198 


800 


4199 



58,376 
2,000 
1,800 
23,668 
22,700 
76,000 
22,447 
9,500 
1,815 
200,000 
800 
16,000 
2,400 
500 
1,100 
2,000 
3,200 
8,000 
5,000 
3,300 
800 
12,500 
1,650 
44, 154 
22,000 
1,100 
1,900 
1,500 
8,500 
2, 250 
1,800 
37,150 
12,587 
8,000 
2,500 
1,100 
13,817 
158,726 
20,720 
56,400 
6,500 
4,500 
300 
6,500 
21,200 



4200 

4201 

4202 

4203 

4204 

4205 

4206 

4207 

4208 

4209 

4210 

4211 

4212 

4213 

4214 

4215 

4216 

4217 

4218 

4219 

4220 

4221 

4222 

4223 

4224 

4225 

4226 

4227 

4228 

4229 

4230 

4231 

4232 

4233 

4234 

4235 

4236 

4237 

4238 

4239 

4240 

4241 

4242 

4243 

4244 



326 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No, County 



4245 

4246 

4247 

4248 

4249 

4250 

4251 

4252 

4253 

4254 

4255 

4256 

4257 

4258 

4259 

4260 

4261 

4262 

4263 

4264 

4265 

4266 

4267 

4268 

4269 

4270 

4271 

4272 

4273 

4274 

4275 

4276 

4277 

4278 

4279 

4280 

4281 

4282 

4283 

4284 

4285 

4286 

4287 

4288 

4289 

4290 

4291 

4292 

4293 

4294 

4295 

42.96 



PostofEce 



Robeson 

...do. 

..--do 

....do ---. 

....do. 

...-do 

..--do 

....do. -. 

....do 

....do 

....do .-- 

....do- 

....do 

..--do -... 

....do 

-...do 

..-.do --.. 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

..--do 

-...do --. 

--..do..- 

....do --.. 

...-do ---. 

.--.do .- 

--..do- 

.-..do 

.---do 

..--do 

Rockingham 

-...do.. 

-...do 

-...do -- 

-...do 

....do --. 

....do --. 

...-do -. 

....do 

....do- 

....do - 

-...do -.. 

....do -.- 

....do --- 

....do -.. 

....do -. 

....do -. 

-...do - 

--..do 

....do 

..-.do ... 

.i,.do 

^Xit^do 



Lumberton 

....do -... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

Maxton. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do ---- 

....do 

....do .--. 

....do— - 

....do 

Parkton 

...-do 

....do... 

Proctorville.. 

Red Springs.. 
....do 

Rex 

Rowland 

St. Pauls 

-...do 

....do 

....do -..- 

Ashboro 

Leaks ville 

..-do 

.—do --. 

....do .--. 

....do --. 

....do 

....do ---- 

...-do 

.-.-do 

.-..do 

.-..do... - 

.-..do... - 

Madison 

.-..do ---- 

....do --- 

....do --. 

.-.-do 

Mayodan 

Peaksville 

Price 

Reids ville 

...-do 



Factory 



President 



Thos. Kinlaw. 

Lumberton Coca-Cola Bot. Co. . Inc. 
Lumberton Marble and Gran. Wks.. 
New York Cafe and Candy Kitchen 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

The Robesonian Pub. Co... 

Robeson Mfg. Co 

Barber- Paschal Lumber Co 

E. E. Chandler Mill 

George Dan .-- 

Elba Mfg. Co 

T. O. Evans... 

Maxton Gin Co 

Maxton Mfg. Co 

A. D. McGirt.. 

Parlver-Paschal Lumber Co 

B. W. Phillips Mill 

Scottish Click. 

Everett & Fonslott 

Parkton Mattress Co 

Mrs. C. A. Roach 

C. M. Reeves.. 

W. W. Gibson.'. 

Morgan Oil and Fertilizer Co. ... 

J. H. Bethune & Co 

Rowland Oil and Fertilizer Co... 

W. D. Johnson Lumber Co 

St. Pauls Flour Mill Co 

St. Pauls Novelty Works 

O. E. Sewell 

Parrish & Kearns 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Gazette Printing Co 

J. H. Hampton Buggy Co 

J. M. Hopper Construction Co.. 

King's Cigar Co 

Leaksville Motor Co.. 

Leaksville-Spray Ice Co 

Liberty Mills 

Mint-Cola Bottling Co.. 

Smith's Ice Cream Co — 

Twin City Grocery Co — 

Union Motor Co 

Madison Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 

Moore, Pickett & Fallin 

Penn Bros. Suspender Co., Inc 

Rockingham Automobile Co 

J. G. Wall's Sawmill 

Mayodan Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 

Union Motor Co 

Barnes Lumber Co 

The American Tobacco Co 

W. H. Bolyn Harness Repair Shop. 



J. H. Flovd. 



A. H. Currie, Mgr. 



B. W. Phillips. Owr.. 



John Anderson. 



R. T. Smith, Mgr. 
Dan G. Taylor.... 



J. G. Wall, Owner.. 



Miscellaneous Eactoeies 



327 



Continued 



Secretary 



C. O. Hutaff. 



James Popaa 

J. B. Rogers 

J. A. Sharpe 

John S. McNielL 

A. J. Steele 

E. E. Chandler... 



O. B. Robinson. 



W. M. Kincaid. 



W. B. Harker.. 
W. J. Everett.. 
John P. Watts. 
C. A. Roach 



J. H. Bethune 

J. V. Glover, Mgr.. 
W. D. Johnson 



R. B. Humphreys- 



C. Parrish 

N. H. Hazlewood.. 

M. E. Murray 

W. W. Hampton.... 
J. M. Hopper 

D. Frank King, Jr. 

T. E. Williams 

R. E. Price 

E. B. King 

T. H. Barker 



T. H. Balk 

Nat M. Pickett. 



J. A. Roach. 



M. C. Money 

Dan. G. Taylor. 



A.H.Edwards, Asst.Aud. 



Articles Manufactured 



2 g „ 

t- o c 
gO'S 



Rough lumber. 

Coca-cola and other soft drinks 

Tombstones 

Candy 

Pepsi-cola and soda water... _. 

Newspaper, job printing 

Cotton-seed oil, meal, etc 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ice cream.. 

Cotton-seed oil mill 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton 

Veneers 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill 

Meal 

Newspaper, advertising, job work. 

Rough lumber 

Mattresses.- 

Rough lumber 

Brick manufacturing 

Rough lumber. ._ 

Cotton-seed oil, meal, etc... _ 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed by-products 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 



1904 



Invested 
Capital 



Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Soft drinks 

Advertising, job printing 

Buggies and general repairing. 

Manufacturing brick 

Cigars 

General repair work 

Ice 



Flour, corn meal and feed 

Bottling soft drinks and manufacturing same. 

Ice cream 

Corn meal, etc 

Auto repairing 

Soft drinks 

Dressed lumber 

Suspenders, garters, etc... 

Repair work. 

Rough lumber _. 

Coca-cola 

Auto repairs... 

Rough lumber 

Plug tobacco and cigarettes 

Harness repaired , 



1903 



1913 I 



1,600 

26,500 

8,500 

400 

1,500 

8,400 

140,205 

26,517 

2,100 

200 

222,640 

28,100 



20,553 

4,500 

26,517 

12,880 

10,011 

1,700 

1,250 

3,000 

2,100 

2,000 

94,279 

3,250 

106,012 

34,007 

21,090 

1,100 

3,850 

1,500 

7,720 



26,064 
9,246 
1,690 
7,475 

28,600 

16,010 
5,989 
7,275 
7,800 
2,925 
8,300 

12,000 
146,066 

22,230 
1,000 
9,100 
2,925 
7,195 
10,534,929 
300 



No. 



4245 

4246 

4247 

4248 

4249 

4250 

4251 

4252 

4253 

4254 

4255 

4256 

4257 

4258 

4259 

4260 

4261 

4262 

4263 

4264 

4265 

4266 

4267 

4268 

4269 

4270 

4271 

4272 

4273 

4274 

4275 

4276 

4277 

4278 

4279 

4280 

4281 

4282 

4283 

4284 

4285 

4288 

4287 

4288 

4289 

4290 

4291 

4292 

4293 

4294 

4295 

4296 

4297 



328 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



4298 

4299 

4300 

4301 

4302 

4303 

4304 

4305 

4306 

4307 

4308 

4309 

4310 

4311 

4312 

4313 

4314 

4315 

4316 

4317 

4318 

4319 

4320 

4321 

4322 

4323 

4324 

4325 

4326 

4327 

4328 

4329 

4330 

4331 

4332 

4333 

4334 

4335 

4336 

4337 

4338 

4339 

4340 

4341 

4342 

4343 

4344 

4345 

4346 

4347 

4348 

4349 

4350 



Rockingham. 
...do --- 

....do 

-__.do 

....do 

..._do. 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 

-...do 

....do -.- 

...-do 

-...do 

-...do --. 

...-do 

-...do - 

--..do -.- 

--..do -- 

-..-do 

-...do -.- 

....do - 

....do 

-..-do - 

-...do 

....do -. 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

----do -- 

-.-.do -. 

Rowan 

-...do 

-...do -. 

-...do -- 

.-..do 

..-do -. 

.-do 

.-do - 

..do - 

..do 

..do 

.-do 

..do 

..do 

,-do . 

-.do 

..do 

..do -- 

--do 

--do -- 



PostofEce 



Reidsville 

...do.. --- 

Reidsville, R. 2 .- 

Reidsville 

...-do 

....do -- 

....do --.- 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do - 

.—do 

----do- ---. 

--do- 

-..do 

...do 

--do 

---do 

.--do- — ---. 

-..do 

--do 

Ruffin 

--do 

Spray 

---do- -. 

-..do -. 

Stoneville -- 

...-do -.- 

...do -.- 

.---do - 

Summerfield 

.--do 

Barber 

Bear Poplar 

China Grove 

-.--do 

Cleveland 

....do - 

----do 

----do 

----do 

---do 

--..do 

.—do -- 

----do 

Granite Quarry 



Factory 



President 



Coca-Cola Bottling Co - 

R. G. Gladstone- - 

W. B. Griffin -. 

Iron Works Roller Mills 

Jennings & Ware. - . - 

E. L. Knight - 

Linko Bottling Works 

W. G. Martin - 

F. C. Maxwell..- 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Reidsville Concrete Construction Co 

Reidsville Ice Cream Co 

Reidsville Ice and Coal Co 

Reidsville Mfg. Co 

Reidsville Motor Co 

Reidsville Paper Box Co., Inc 

R. P. Richardson, Jr., & Co., Inc.. 

Runovall Motor Co 

J. E. Smith 

Smith & Fagg 

SpringsDryCleaningandDye Works 

Linko Bottling Works 

A. O. Royals 

Ruffin Roller Mills 

Eagle Printing Co 

W. I. Lumpkins -. 

Spray Motor Co 

J. A. Alley 

J. M. Leath _.. 

W. I. Stanford '. 

Stoneville Milling Co 

Dixie Roller Mill 

W. E. Strader -... 

C. W. Graham 

P. L. Goodman -- 

China Grove Roller Mill 

Mill Bridge Flour Mills - 

Beck & Everhart 

J. A. Christy 

Cleveland Mfg. Co -... 

Turner B. Gales 

J. W. Graham 

W. S. Graham 

M urphy Bros 

Rowan Milling Co 

William Bros 

J. W. Frick 



Z. W. Griffin, Owr... 



Brackeen & Rogers. 



W. J. Worsham, Owr. 



J. W. Sloan. 



do.. E. D. Honeycutt & Bros. 



Crescent. 
Goldhill.. 

.-.-do 

-—do 

Landis... 



Pickler & Sides 

W. J. Cline& Co -- 

Hammill Bros 

N. W. Morgan & Sons. 
L. A. Corriher 



Partnership. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



329 



Continued 



Secretary 



Fred DeGratte. 



W. P. Ware.-. 
Hill Brocker- 



Monroe Roscoe 

W. T. Wooten, Mgr 

R. C. Booker 

Robt. Hainton 

W. B.Richardson, Jr., Mg 



F. Womack, Actg. Treas 
J. S. Womack 



Articles Manufactured 



t. E m 

° C 2? 

t. o fl 

c ^^ 



Manufacturing soft drinks 

Galvanized and sheet metal work- 



Flour and feed 

Brick, common 

Auto repair work 

Bottling soft drinks 

Copper, tin, sheet metal works- 

Milling corn and feed 

Soft drinks 

Concrete sewer pipes, etc -_. 

Ice cream. 

Ice 



Tobacco bags 

Auto repair work- 



S. F. Fagg.— . 
E. C. Springs- 



S. H. Marshall, Treas.--. 
J.W.Dillon 



Jas. R. Martin- 
J. B. Ogburn-.. 



J. F. Cooper. 



W. F. Thompson- 



P. O. Tatum, Mgr.. 



E. D. Honeycutt- 



W. J. Cline 

J. B. HammilL 



Cigars and smoking tobacco 

.\uto repairs 

Job printing. 

General repair on wagons, carriages, etc.. 

Dry cleaning and dyeing 

Soft drinks... 

Rough lumber 

Flour and feed 

Job printing 

Sheet metal and tin work 

Repair work and adjustments to autos-- 

Repair work, buggies 

Flour, meal, etc 

Lumber... 

Flour and grist mill 

Exchange mill 

Auto repairing 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Flour, feed and meal 

Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Veneers 



Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Flour and grist-mill products- 
Rough lumber -. 

Lumber sawing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Building material 



1902 



1890 



Invested 
Capital 



1900 



6,150 

6,500 

920 

2,900 

5,500 

19,750 

700 

1,925 

465 

5,050 

8,800 

12,200 

22,097 

21,253 

2,450 

57,369 

994,213 

2,450 

2,050 

1,250 

545 

700 

15,495 

3,000 

10,000 

525 

4,525 

1,350 



4,000 

18,000 

2,400 

1,400 

500 

1,500 

27,500 
4,000 
1,000 
2,200 

20,945 

1,000 

500 

400 

2,000 

28,000 
400 
3,100 
1,400 
1,800 
3,000 
2,200 
1,200 



No. 



4298 
4299 
4300 
4301 
4302 
4303 
4304 
4305 
4306 
4307 
4308 
4309 
4310 
4311 
4312 
4313 
4314 
4315 
4316 
4317 
4318 
4319 
4320 
4321 
4322 
4323 
4324 
4325 
4326 
4327 
4328 
4329 
4330 
4331 
4332 
4333 
4334 
4335 
4336 
4337 
4338 
4339 
4340 
4341 
4342 
4343 
4344 
4345 
4346 
4347 
4348 
4349 
4350 



330 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



4351 
4352 
4353 
4354 
4355 
4356 
4357 
4358 
4359 
4360 
4361 
4362 
4363 
4361 
4365 
4366 
4367 
4368 
4369 
4370 
4371 
4372 
4373 
4374 
4375 
4376 
4377 
4378 
4379 
4380 
4381 
4382 
4383 
4384 
4385 
4386 
4387 
4388 
4389 
4390 
4391 
4392 
4393 
4394 
4395 
4396 
4397 
4398 
4399 
4400 
4401 
4402 
4403 



County 



Rowan 

....do 

....do --. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do _.- 

_...do _-. 

..-.do 

....do 

_...do ._. 

...-do -_. 

....do _ 

...-do 

....do .- 

....do ._. 

_.-.do _. 

....do 

....do 

_...do __. 

....do 

_-_.do 

....do 

....do 

-...do -. 

....do 

...-do 

---.do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

---do 

-.-.do 

-...do....... 

....do 

..--do 

--.-do 

--..do 

-...do 

-...do , 

....do. 

Rutherford- 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

.---do - 

----do - 

---do 

---do 

----do 

-...do 

....do 



PostofBce 



Landis 

Misenheimer 

Mount Ulla 

Richfield 

Rockwell 

.-.do --- 

Salisbury 

—do 

...do 

...do _. 

....do 

...do 

.-.do 

..-.do 

....do .-.. 

....do 

....do 

...do -,. 

Salisbury, R. 6.. 

Salisbury - 

..-do 

.-.do— - 

....do 

Salisbury, R. D. 

Salisbury 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

.-..do 

...-do 



— .do 

.-.do 

....do 

Spencer 

....do 

....do 

Woodleaf 

.-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Bostic, R. 4 

Caroleen 

EUenboro 

....do 

Esmeralda .-- 

Forest City 

....do 

Forest City, R. 1. 

Gilkey 

....do 

....do 



F.actory 



Landis Mfg. Co 

Wagoner Bros 

Mount Ulla Roller Mills 

Z. Morgan 

Lumber Plant 

Rockwell Furniture Co 

Carolina Beverage Corporation 

Carolina Watchman.. - 

Goodman Lumber Co - 

Graf-Dav is-Collett Co 

Grimes Milling Co 

J. N. Haden 

Hols house Bros 

C. J. Harris 

Ludwick Mfg. Co 

Mecklenburg Chero-Cola Bot. Co... 

Miller & Basinging 

Mint-Cola Bottling Co 

A. M. Morgan's Sawmill 

The Nussman Bricli and Lbr. Co... 

Odell Vulcanizing Co -. 

Olympic Candy Co 

Peeler' s Printery 

Rock Roller Mill 

Salisbury Bakery 

Salisbury Coca-Cola Bot. Co 

Salisbury Granite Corp 

Salisbury Ice and Fuel Co 

Salisbury Laundry 

Southern Metal Culvert Co 

Taylor Mattress Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 

R. W. Walker Lumber Co 

Catawba Ice and Fuel Co 

Southern Railway Co 

Spencer Pepsi-Cola Bot. Co 

Fraley & Steele 

C. H. Gillean- 

L. C. Kluttz 

McLaughlin & Moore 

Owens & Sons 

Third Creek Roller Mills 

Wright-Bachman Lumber Co 

M. M. Farris 

Colfax Mills- - - 

Farmers Mfg. and Ginning Co 

J. C. Patrick - -. 

Coca-Cola Bot. Co. of Forest City. 

Hallifield-Champion & Co 

Lancaster Gin Co 

G. W. H. Bennett 

W. P. Hines 

Warlick Lumber Co 



President 



J. P. Linn... 
Partnership. 



J. H. Snider, Mgr. 
S. F. Harris 



E. A. Goodman, Mgr. 
J. Percy Grimes, Part. 



J. F. Ludwick. 



Elijah Miller, Part.. 

L. D. Peeler 

A. M. Morgan, Owr. 



W. C. Odell 

Christ. Erneston. 

D. V. Peeler 

W. A. Shuping 



P. A. Wallenbom. 



W. E. Heilig.. 
C. G. Wilson. 



Fairfax Harrison. 



Walter Owens, Part... 
G. W. Rutledge, Part. 
Herman P. Lieber 



C. M. Halland. 



K. C. Mengies- 



Miscellaneous Factories 



331 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


■a 

g = g 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 


G H. Corriher 




1911 


S 25,000 
500 


4351 






4352 








4353 








1,000 

100 

72,644 

107,900 

2,600 


4354 






1908 


4355 


J. W. Pesler 




4356 


L D Peeler 


Mint-oola and syrups _ . 




4357 


W H Stewart 


Publishing, job printing 




4358 






1908 


4359 


N. W. Collett 




91,873 
14,782 
4,100 
6,850 


4360 








4361 




Vulcanizing, tube repairing 




4362 




Carriages . _ _ 




4363 


E. D. McCall, Mgr. 




1919 
1913 


4364 


T. A Ludwick 


Flour, feed, meal 


15,000 
12,221 

1,000 
10,506 

1,000 
27,256 

3,375 

5,125 
10,750 

7,200 
20,000 
14,915 
25,000 
35,431 
14,100 

5,000 

5,900 

48,000,000 

143,541 

119,655 


4365 




Soft drinks -.- --- -_. 


4366 








4367 








4368 






1906 


4369 




Rough lumber, brick _ 


4370 




Vulcanizing and tube repairing _ . ._ 




4371 




Candy, ice cream - 




4372 




Job printing . 




4373 








4374 


L. G. Peeler 






4375 








4376 


E. D. McCall . 




1916 


4377 




Ice- 


4378 




Laundry work. . _ 




4379 




Metal culverts . . _ _ _ 




4380 






1906 
1893 


4381 


S. D. Crenshaw 


Commercial fertilizers 


4,382 


G. F. Grafton 




4383 


R. L. VanPoole 


Ice .-. - _ . - 




4384 








4385 




Soft, drinks 




5,400 

4,050 

950 

450 

2,000 

6,650 

14,950 

150,000 

1,250 

23,250 

2,775 

8,300 

34,931 

7,000 

2,000 

600 

1,150 

5,000 


4.386 








4387 








4388 








4,389 








4390 








4391 








4392 






1902 


4393 






4394 


W. J. Reed, Treas. 


Flour, feed, etc . 




4395 


J. P. McSwain.... 


Rough lumber . 




4396 








4397 


R. L. Ellis _._ 






4398 


R. K. Hallifield, Mgr. .. 


Rough lumber 




4399 






1911 


4400 






4401 








4402 


C. F. Cline 


Flooring, moulding, etc 


1899 


4403 



332 



]!!^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



4404 

4405 

4406 

4407 

4408 

4409 

4410 

4411 

4412 

4413 

4414 

4415 

4416 

4417 

4418 

4419 

4420 

4421 

4422 

4423 

4424 

4425 

4426 

4427 

4428 

4429 

4430 

4431 

4432 

4433 

4434 

4435 

4436 

4437 

4438 

4439 

4440 

4441 

4442 

4443 

1444 

4445 

4446 

4447 

4448 

4449 

4450 

4451 

4452 

4453 

4454 

4455 

4456 



County 



Rutherford. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do _. 

.._.do 

.-..do 

Sampson... 

....do 

....do 

_---do._ 

..--do 

-...do 

----do 

..--do 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

...-do 

...-do 

-...do 

--..do 

----do 

...-do 

...-do 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

-.--do 

----do 

----do 

...-do 

..--do 

...-do 

-...do- 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

...-do 

----do 

...-do 

-...do- 



PostofBce 



Ruth- 

....do- -- 

.--do 

.--do 

Rutherf ordton - . 

....do 

.---do 

....do 

Union Mills 

-.-do— --- 

— -do 

Uree, R. 1 

Uree, R. 2 

Autryville -- 

---do 

..--do 

----do- 

----do - 

-.--do- 

.--do 

---do— 

..-do— -. 

Cleveland 

Clinton 

.--do 

—do- 

...do 

.-do..— 

.---do— -. 

.-.-do- — -. 

...-do— 

...do 

..--do 

..-do 

..-do- ---. 

..-do- --- 

—do 

.-.-do- 

..-.do 

....do 

.--do 

.-..do 

.--do 

—do 

...-do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 

...-do- -- 

-.--do- --- 

--.do 

.---do 

----do --- 



• Factory 



President 



J. C. Hampton 

G. M. Haworth— 

Ruth Mfg. Co 

Taylor Lumber Co 

Frog Level Ginning Co 

Southern Veneer Co 

Sun Printing Co 

Yelton Milling Co 

Guffy Milling Co - 

E. M. Hall & Son 

Morgan & Simpson 

J. A. Frady 

C. F. Williams Lumber Co.- 

Carty & Bros -- 

E. V. Cooper 

L. J. Fairchant & Sons 

G. Gainey 

J. L. Maxwell-- 

G. M. Pusey --. 

J. H. Pusey 

Charles Rankin Mill 

Strickland & Chason 

C. A. Brown & Bro -. 

T. A. Andrews 

C. R. Ball --- 

D. L. Boney 

Herman J. Britt 

J. J. Canady 

Clinton Lumber Co -. 

Clinton Milling Co -. 

Consolidated Lumber Co... 

J. C. Cooper-.- 

L. N. Dodd 

T. I. Faircloth 

C. F. Herring --. 

W. R. Honeycutt-- 

Willie Johnson 

M. H. Jones 

L. A. Kennedy 

J. A. McArthur 

R. A. McCullin 

News Dispatch, Inc 

Parker & Powell Mill 

M. Reynolds- 

V. H. Rockley 

Robt. M. Rowell 

S. T. Royall 

Sampson Harness Shop 

Sampson Power Co - 

R. B. Smith 

F. L. & D. J. Turlington.-. 

J. H. Turlington - 

H. Vann..- -.- 



W. H. Setzer, Owr. 



O. B. Grose. 



G. B. Yelton, Part.... 



E. M. Hall. 



C. F. Williams, Owr. 



G. M. Pusey, Sawyer. 



Partnership _ 

C. A. Brown, Part. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



333 



Continued 



Secretary 



J L. Taylor 

D. M Correl 

R. P. Scruggs 

L. D. Miller, Mgr. 



W. C. Scoogin. 
E M. Hall 



W K. Carty. 



J. V. Hening 

S. T. Wallace, Mgr.. 
S. Goode, Jr 



W. W. Casteel. 



J. W. Gray. 



D. J. Turlington. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough and dressed lumber- 
Rough lumber 

Foundry 

Planing mill, ice 

Ginning cotton 

Veneers 

Publishing, job printing 

Custom milling 

General milling 

Rough lumber 



o 5S 
t, o c 

c >. == 

i-i cCQ 



Invested 
Capital 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Box board lumber. 



Rough lumber 

Juniper shingles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. _ 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill. ___ 

Flour and feedstuffs 

Planing mill 

Rough lumber 

Shingles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Publishing, job printing. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber _.. 

Rough lumber 

Harness 



Lumber 

Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber.. 



15,500 
2,400 
4,500 

21,750 

25,000 
4,999 
8,384 

12,500 
5,500 
1,000 
2,650 
4,250 
3,125 
800 
1,200 

8,000 
1,500 

2,600 



2,000 



65,000 
2,900 
2,100 
2,000 
1,875 
1,100 
10,500 
6,500 
10,000 
1,200 
1,250 
1,100 
1,250 
1,000 
6,500 
1,500 
900 
1,100 
1,500 
9,500 
2,300 
1,000 
1,250 
2,600 
1,000 
6,000 
5,000 



No. 



2,500 
2,500 
1,500 



4404 

4405 

4406 

4407 

4408 

4409 

4410 

4411 

4412 

4413 

4414 

4415 

4416 

4417 

4418 

4419 

4420 

4421 

4422 

4423 

4424 

4425 

4426 

4427 

4428 

4429 

4430 

4431 

4432 

4433 

4434 

4435 

4436 

4437 

4438 

4439 

4440 

4441 

4442 

4443 

4444 

4445 

4446 

4447 

4448 

4449 

4450 

4451 

4452 

4453 
4454 
4455 
4456 



334 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


Factory 


President 


4457 


Sampson 

....do 


Clinton 






4458 


....do 


G. A. Waller & Co.. 




4459 


....do 


North Clinton 

Cooper -- 






4460 


....do 


\V. J. Brock 




44fi1 


-...do 

....do _... 


-.-.do 

-...do 


J. G. Fann 




44fi^ 


C. M. Horton's Mill . 




4463 


..._do 


....do 






4464 


.-..do -- 

....do 


Cooper, R. 1 

Cooper 






4465 






4466 


-...do... 


....do 


J. T. Nailer 




4467 


....do 

....do 


-...do 

-...do 


E. B. Page.. 




4468 


0. B. Ten . 




4469 
4470 


-.--do.... 

....do 


Cooper, R. 1 

Dunn 


Mrs. J. T. Williams Cotton Gin 

W. A. Baggett & Co. 


Mrs.J.T. Williams, Or. 


4471 


do 


do 


T S Godwin 




447? 


..--do -- 


...-do 






447.^ 


..--do ---- 


....do . 


Y. P. Tart . 




4474 


....do 


-...do 


C. West 




4«175 


....do 




C. A. Clifton 




4476 


-...do 


...do 






4477 


....do 


.. do 






4478 


..-.do 


.. do . 




Robt. M. Rupp 


4479 


....do...- 


Hayne 


C M EzzpII 




4480 


--..do ... 


do 


H. J Ezzell 




4481 


--.-do 

.. do 


.-..do 


J. W. Hanev & Son 


J. W. Haney 


4482 


A E & Worth Baggett 




4483 


..-.do 


....do 






4484 


.. do 








4485 


-...do 


..-.do 


Huntley Mfg. Co. 


R. L. Cumben, Owr.. 


4486 


-.--do 


..do 






4487 


-.--do 


do. 






4488 


..-.do .. . 




Thos T. Fowler 




4489 


....do 




J M Beatty - - 




4490 


....do 

....do . 


---do 

do 


C. A. Brown & Co 


C. A. Brown, Prop... 


4491 






4492 


-..-do 

....do 




W & T Y Fennel! 




4493 


do 


O V Short 




4494 


..-.do --. 


....do 


B. C Triplett's Mill 


B. C. Triplett, Owt... 


4495 


.. do 




BuUard & Home 




4496 


.. do 


Moltonville 

do 






4497 


- do 






4498 


...-do -- 

....do 

do 


---.do 

Mount Olive 

Newton Grove 

.-..do 

....do 


A J & G W Rocklev 




4499 


H J Pope 




4500 


W T Britt & Bro 




4501 


-—do 

-...do 






450'' 




E. F. House, Owner.. 


4503 


do 


do 


W J & J R House 




4504 


do 


do 






4505 


do 


do 






4506 


. do 


do 


W B McLamb 




4507 


-...do -.. 

-...do -- 

....do 


NewtonOrove, R. 1 
N'tonGrove,R.D. 
Orange 


R D Vann 




4508 






4509 


Jackson Turpentine Distillery 


T. L. Jackson, Owr... 



Miscellaneous Factories 



OO K 

OOD 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


si. 

ass 

i. o a 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








$ 8,000 
4,000 
850 
1,000 
3,500 
900 
2,000 
1,050 
4,000 
2,000 
2,000 
1,500 
1,500 
1,300 
1,200 
1,000 
1,200 
1,100 
5,000 
2,350 

19,300 
300,000 

14,500 
2,000 

50,000 
2,200 
1,500 
2,000 
3,000 
2,250 
1,650 
5,000 
2,600 


44,')7 


G. A. Waller 






4458 








4459 








4460 








4461 








4463 








446,'? 




Grinding corn _ _ 




4464 






1912 


4465 






4466 








4467 








4468 








4469 


S. T. Starlino- 






4470 








4471 








4472 








4473 








4474 








4475 








4476 








4477 


Clarence M. Stickell 




1918 


4478 






4479 








4480 








4481 


Worth Baggett 






4482 








4483 


J. W. &B. Crumpler____ 






4484 






4485 








4486 








4487 








4488 








4489 






1901 


4490 






1,500 
1,500 
1,250 


4491 








4492 








4493 








4494 


M. N. Bullard... 






1,000 

1,100 

3,000 

2,. 300 

6,350 

1,500 

500 

2,500 

1,000 

1,000 

700 

800 

800 

600 


4495 








4496 








4497 








4498 








4499 








4500 








4501 








4503 








4503 








4504 








4505 








4506 








4507 








4508 




Crude turpentine. 




4509 



336 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



4510 
4511 
4512 
4513 
4514 
4515 
4516 
4517 
4518 
4519 
4520 
4521 
4522 
4523 
4524 
4525 
4526 
4527 
4528 
4529 
4530 
4531 
4532 
4533 
4534 
4535 
4536 
4537 
4538 
4539 
4540 
4541 
4542 
4543 
4544 
4545 
4546 
4547 
4548 
4549 
4550 
4551 
4552 
4553 
4554 
4555 
4556 
4557 
4558 
4559 
4560 
4561 
4562 



County 



Sampson.. 

_...do 

.-..do 

-...do 

..-.do- 

...-do 

....do 

.—do 

-...do 

....do. 

---do 

--..do 

--.do 

-—do 

--..do 

--..do 

-..-do 

-...do 

....do 

.--do 

---do 

--..do 

.-..do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.—do 

.-.do 

.-.do 

....do.— 
....do— . 
....do..... 

Scotland. 

.—do 

-—do 

-—do 

-—do 

....do 

...-do 

-...do 

.-.do 

—do 

—do 

....do 

....do 



PostofiBce 



Parkersburg, R. D. 

Parkersburg 

...do 

...do.... 

...do -.-. 

-.do 

...do 

Roseboro 

...do 

...do 

...do.... 

-.-do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

...do 

.-.do. 

...do 

...do 

..--do 

...do ---. 

--.do 

...-do 

Salemburg, R. 1-. 

Salemburg 

— .do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do. 

Stedman 

Tomahawk 

Turkey 

....do 

....do... 

Turkey, R. D 

Turkey .- 

Turkey, R. D 

Gibson 

.-..do 

Hasty 

Laurel Hill 



....do.. 

..-do 

Laurinbiirg 

....do 

....do.. ---. 

....do 

Laurinburg, R. D 
Laurinburg 

.---do 



Factory 



J. G. & G. C. Coble 

E. Johnson 

Melvin Bridge Lumber Co 

W. C. Melvin - 

W. H. Norris 

W. B. Simmons -- 

R. L. Smith -- , 

S. J. Andrews 

C. E. Bryan ,-- 

J. B. Bryan 

L. B. Bryant 

W. T. Bryant 

F. A. Caison 

A. L. Grumpier.. - 

L. Faircloth. 

Troy I. Herring 

W. E. Home & Co 

S. W. Kivett 

E. F. McLemore 

Thos. E. Owens 

C. B. Pate.- 

Roseboro Milling Co --- 

Tart's Sawmill -.. 

W. J. Underwood 

West Lumber Mill 

Henry Canady's Mill.. 

H. H. Hall & Bro... 

W. B. Knowles 

J. A. Norton .-- --- 

C. H. Royall 

Royall Still and Ginnery 

J. R. Simmons 

L. G. Faircloth... 

A.Rich 

C. J. Carroll's Carriage Shop... 

W. H. Carroll's Mill 

A. B. Cook 

George Hudson 

O. L. Matthews 

J. B. Moore 

Z. V. Pate 

The Southern Cotton Oil Co..-. 

Hasty Gin Co --- 

McLeod & McKeithen 

J. H. O'Brien 

J. F. Stedman 

P. S. Bean- 

John Blue Fertilizer Co 

Cameron Milling Co 

Stewart Dougal. Jr 

Elmore Ginning-Fertilizer Co... 

Noah Fields Ice Cream Co 

Laurinburg Coca-Cola Bot. Co. 



President 



C. C. Tart, Owner... 



Henry Canady, Owr. 



Royall&Cooper.Mgrs. 



C. J. Carroll 

W. H. Carroll, Owr... 



J. A. Ryan. Asst. Aud. 
E. J. Hester .- 



John Blue 

H. A. Cameron, Owr. 



Noah Fields. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



337 



Continued. 






Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


13 
T3g 

If 

fe ° s 

§^'= 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 








S 2,500 
1,300 
2,500 
2,400 
2,500 
1,500 
1,100 
1,500 
1,200 
1,800 
800 
1,750 


4510 








4511 








4512 








4513 








4514 








4515 








4516 








4517 








4518 








4519 








4520 








4521 




Brick 


1917 


4522 






1,500 
1,000 
34,110 
1,750 
2,000 
2,000 


4523 








4524 








4525 


W. E. Home 






4526 








4527 






1913 


4528 










12,500 


4529 












1,800 
6,500 
2,000 
1,000 
1,200 
5,000 
1,200 
2,500 
1,500 
1,000 

20,000 
1,700 
1,000 
5,000 
1,300 
2,000 
1,250 
3,000 
2,500 
1,500 
2,450 
165,928 
4,730 

10,000 
1,300 
3,000 
4,500 

48,900 
7,500 
1,600 

17,250 


4530 


W. H. Herring 


Planing mill. . . .. 




4531 






1916 


4532 






4533 


W. P. West 






4534 








4535 


M. B. Hall- 






4536 








4537 








4538 








4539 






1914 


4541 






4541 




Rough lumber 




4542 








4543 








4544 




Grinding corn 




4545 








4546 








4547 








4548 








4549 








4550 








4551 


D. A. Hasty 


Ginning cotton 


1910 


4552 


J. E. McKeithen __ 


Rough lumber 


4553 








4554 








4555 








4556 








4557 








4558 




Rough lumber.. 




4559 








4560 








4561 


T. G. Bagwell 


Soft drinks 




10,820 


4562 



22— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



338 



J^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



4563 
4564 
4565 
4566 
4567 
4568 
4569 
4570 
4571 
4572 
4573 
4574 
4575 
4576 
4577 
4578 
4579 
4580 
4581 
4582 
4583 
4584 
4585 
4586 
4587 
4588 
4589 
4590 
4591 
4592 
4593 
4594 
4595 
4596 
4597 
4598 
4599 
4600 
4601 
4602 
4603 
4604 
4605 
4606 
4607 
4608 
4609 
4610 
4611 
4612 
4613 
4614 
4615 



County 



Scotland. 
..-.do___.. 

....do 

.—do 

-...do 

.-..do 

-...do 

----do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do..... 

....do 

.---do 

Stanly..-. 
....do..-, 
-...do.— . 

....do 

..--do 

...-do 

.—do-... 

—do 

—do 

...-do 

..--do 

.-..do 

....do 

..--do 

....do.-- 

...-do 

—do 

-.-.do 

..--do— - 

--..do 

...-do 

..--do 

..--do 

.-.-do 

-...do- — 
....do- — 

.—do 

— .do 

..--do 

..--do 

..--do 

-...do..— 
....do—.. 

..-do 

.-..do 

.-..do— - 

...-do 

...-do 

.-.-do 

.-..do 



Postoffice 



Laurinburg 

.--.do 

....do - 

.-..do 

....do 

Laurinburg, R. D. 

Laurinburg 

...-do 

.-..do 

Old Hundred 

Wagram 

....do 

....do -. 

Albemarle 

..-.do 

....do 

-...do- 

..--do - 

....do 

.—do 

..-do 

.—do 

.-..do 

..--do 

-.-.do 

Albemarle, R. 36.. 

Albemarle 

---.do 

....do 

....do .- 

.-..do— --.. 

Albemarle, R. 5--- 

Albemarle -- 

....do 

Albemarle. R. 1... 

...-do 

Albemarle 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-do 

....do -- 

....do -- 

Almond 

Badin 

Locust 

— .do 

Misenheimer. 

MouirtGilead,R.2 
Mt. Pleasant, R. 1 
Mount Pleasant--- 
Mt. Pleasant, R. 1: 



Factory 



Laurinburg Exchange 

Laurinburg Machine Co 

R. E. Lee 

R. L. McLeod & Sons. 

F. L. McNair - 

McNair Phosphate Co..- 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Purity Bakery 

B. L. Stewart Co 

Chas. W. Wallace 

B. H. Dawson - 

J. H. McKenzie-- ..- 

J. P. Shaw Gin Co.-.. 

Albemarle Cabinet Co 

Albemarle Coal and Ice Co.. 

Albemarle Enterprise Co 

Albemarle Mantel Co -- 

Albemarle Milling Co..- 

Albemarle Repair Shop 

Albemarle Roller Mills 

Albemarle Steam Laundry.. - 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

City Printing Co 

Geo. T. Dennis 

J. I. L. Efird 

N. B. Efird -. 

Foundry and Machine Shop- 

G. C. Furr 

Harris Bakery 

P. E. Kirk 

J. A. Lovvder 

Mauldin & Sides 

Miller Lumber Co., Inc 

J. S. Misenheimer 

Moose & Sons 

Moose & Whitley Bros. .- 

Palmer Stone Works 

Russell Lumber Co -- 

E. E. Shuggs 

Sibley Mfg. Co 

Travis Sides. 

Stanly Bottling Works 

T. W. Still 

Whitley & Lowder Sawmill-. 

George Troutman 

Badin Bakery 

Lee Bratlin. 

Tucker & Bro 

J. A. Bolton 

A. N. Hall 

Crayton's Roller Mill 

Marion F. Honeycutt 

Lambert Sawmill 



President 



John F. McNair- 



B. L. Stewart- 



J. P. Shaw. 



J. E. Redwine. 
W. J. Cottin... 
W. A. Porter... 



i 



E. C. MiUer.. 
W. J. Harris. 



C. M. Palmer. 



P. O. Skidmal. 



Peter Endres. 



H. D. Crayton. Owr. 






Miscellaneous Factories 



339 



Continued. 



Secretary 



A. L. Moore.. 
W. M. Lytch. 



Articles Manufactured 



T. T. Covington, Mgr. 
C. D. Hancock, Mgr... 



I. T. Cox. 



A. E. Shaw 

C. W. Russell 

J. B. Griffin, Mgr 

James P. Bivins, Mgr... 

R. B. Ritchie 

J. W. Woodard 



Weekly newspaper, job printing 

Repair work 

Grist mill 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Grist and flour mill 

Acid phosphate 

Soft drinks 

Bread, cakes, pies 

Cover cotton mill rollers 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton 

Furniture, dressed lumber.. 

Ice 



o e m 



C L. Litaker, Mgr._ 



I. B. Miller, Mgr.. 



Publishing, job printing... 
Manufacturing of mantels. 
Flour, feed and corn meal. 

General repairs 

Custom milling 

Laundry work 

Soft drinks _ 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



General repairs. 
Rough lumber.. 
Baked goods 



J. R. Price 

W. T. Huckabee. 



Rough lumber. 



Rough lumber. 



Monuments 

Rough lumber.. 
Planing lumber. 
Rough lumber... 



Soft drinks 

Rough lumber. 
Lumber 



Baked goods. 



Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed stuff. 
Lumber 



Invested 
Capital 



S 10,200 
6,200 
1,600 
77, 200 
2,600 
400,000 
4,850 
6,000 
200 
1,600 
1,000 
4,500 
4,000 
5,650 
21,000 
4,710 
21,337 
56,785 
2,050 
3,800 
5,700 
10,000 
2,000 
300 
1,500 
3,900 
4,535 
4,000 
600 
2,500 
1,500 
400 
12,650 
1,000 
250 
1,600 
15,000 
4,650 
20,000 
35,000 
1,500 
31,153 
1,100 
1,200 
700 
12,640 
500 
1,100 
1,100 
500 
3,100 
500 
1,000 



No. 



4563 

4564 

4565 

4566 

4567 

4568 

4569 

4570 

4571 

4572 

4573 

4574 

4575 

4576 

4577 

4578 

4579 

4580 

4581 

4582 

4583 

4584 

4585 

4586 

4587 

4588 

4589 

4590 

4591 

4592 

4593 

4594 

4595 

4596 

4597 

4598 

4599 

4600 

4601 

4602 

4603 

4604 

4605 

4606 

4607 

4608 

4609 

4610 

4611 

4612 

4613 

4614 

4615 



340 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostoflBce 


Factory 


President 


461 fi 


Stanly 

.—do 

....do 


New London 

....do 


Jno. M. Miller Planing Mill 




4617 


C. V. Ritchie - 




4618 


....do 


Yadkin Brick Yards- 




4619 


....do 


Norwood, R. 1 

....do 


H. C. Bowers 




4620 


....do 


James Deese.. . . . 




4621 


....do . 


Norwood 


S. M. Efird-.. 




4622 


....do. .- 


....do 


Hathroop Fonzey. 




4623 


... do . ■ 


do ... 


H. L. Green & Sons 




4624 


....do 


..-.do 






4625 


....do 


-.-.do --.- 


E. B. Hudson 




4626 


..._do 


-...do 


H.L.Kendall 




4627 


-..-do_... 


....do... 


W. R. Krider... 




4628 


....do... 


-. do 


Norwood Lumber Co.. 




4629 


....do -. 


do 


Riverview Mfg. Co. 


T. A. Hathcock 


4630 
4631 


.—do 

....do _ 


....do.. 

Norwood, R. 2 

Norwood, R. 1 

Norwood 


Rocky River Roller Mills 


P. A. Harward, Part. 


4632 


....do 


T. P. Snuggs 




4633 


....do 


Stanly Cotton Oil Co. 




4634 


....do... 


-...do.. 


Thompson & Hudson 




4635 


-.-.do.__ 

do 


Oakboro 


J. F. Barbee's Lumber Plant -- 

F. B. Barnhardt 


J. F. Barbee, Owner 


4636 


do 




4637 


do 


Oakboro, R. 2 






4638 


....do 


Edward G. Crowell 




4639 


.___do_ 


..--do- 


C. P. Hartsell-.-- -. 




4640 


-...do 

....do- 


Oakboro, R. D.-.. 
Oakboro... 


P. G. Hartsell Casket Co 


P. G. Hartsell 


4641 


J. M. Honeycutt.- 




4642 


....do 


....do 


S. S. & W. I. Little .. - 




4643 


-.do 


do 


A. E. McLester . 




4644 


do 


Oakboro, R. 2 

Oakboro .-- 

Polkton, R. 3 

Richfield 


Tucker, Murry & Smith Sawmill..- 
Turner's Mill and Gin 




4645 


....do -..- 

do 


A. P. Turner, Owr. . 


4646 


J. W. Allen 




4647 


do 




W. T. Crowell, Part. 


4648 


do 


do 


T. E. Harris 




4649 


....do 


..--do 






4650 


....do. 


-...do 




M. M. Ritchie- 


4651 


....do.- 


do , 


Richfield Milling Co.... 




4652 


....do - 


....do 


M. M. Ritchie's Planing Mill 


M. M. Ritchie, Owner 


4653 


...-do -.. 

.. do 


Richfield, R. 1.... 
Stanfield.. 




4654 


Henry S. Endv 




4655 


. do 


do . .. 






4656 


do 


- do . . 


Misenheimer Mill ... . .. 


C. W. Misenheimer, 


4657 


Stokes -. 

do 






Owner 


4658 


do . - 


A. M. & W. J. Shelton's Corn MilL. 




4659 


do 


Dalton 


Phillips Milling Co. 


Matthew Phillips, Or. 


4660 


-...do - 

- do 




J. B. Martin 




4661 


. do 


Pepper Bros. Printing Office 

J. R. Forrest.- 


E. P. Pepper 


4662 


do 






4663 


- do . 


.—do . . 


R. T. Joyce Roller Mill 


R. T. Joyce, Owr. ... 


4664 


.- do . 


do 






4665 


- do. . 


Germanton 

do 


Germanton Roller Mills 


H. McGhee, Part 


4666 


do 




4667 


....do 


..--do-.— -. 


G. R. Meadows.. 





J 



Miscellaneous Factories 



341 



Continued. 



Secretary 



Rufus Isenhauer. 



Articles Manufactured 



Planing lumber 

Lumber 

Manufacturing brick- 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



°0'S5 



1908 



Invested 
Capital 



S 1,892 



100, 646 
350 
550 
500 
500 
700 
350 



No. 



4616 
4617 
4618 
4619 
4620 
4621 
4622 
4623 
4624 
4625 
4626 
4627 
4628 
4629 
4630 
4631 
4632 
4633 
4634 
4635 
4636 
4637 
4638 
4639 
4640 
4641 
4642 
4643 
4644 
4645 
4646 
4647 
4648 
4649 
4650 
4651 
4652 
4653 
4654 
4655 

4656 
4657 
4658 
4659 
4660 
4661 
4662 
4663 
4664 
4665 
4666 
4667 



D. E. Lifler. 



W. C. Kendall. 



R. L. Austin, Treas. 



Dressed lumber 

Flour, feed and meal.. 
Flour 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. _.. 

Cotton-seed products. 



1909 



Planing lumber. 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Caskets 



Rough lumber. 



Lumber 

Grain milling, ginning cotton, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Vulcanizing 

Dressed lumber 

Flour, feed and bran 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



J. P. Lewis. 



Lumber 

Meal and feed 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Publishing, job printing. 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Flour 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



500 

1,000 

47,954 

100 

3,985 

800 

500 

101,028 

3,700 

5,000 

1,500 

1,600 

10,600 

4,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,200 

2,300 

500 

2,300 

8,433 

4,300 

4,300 

2,483 

6,000 

10,000 

8,000 

400 

500 

500 

2,200 
1,700 

600 
10,000 
3,800 
5,150 

800 
6,000 

400 
30,000 

750 

700 



342 



!N^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Taulk No. 1- 



No. 



4669 
4670 
4671 
4672 
4673 
4674 
4675 
4676 
4677 
4678 
4679 
4680 
4681 
4682 
4683 
4684 
4685 
4686 
4687 
4688 
4689 
4690 
4691 
4692 
4693 
4694 
4695 
4696 
4697 
4698 
4699 
4700 
4701 
4702 
4703 
4704 
4705 
4706 
4707 
4708 
4709 
4710 
4711 
4712 
4713 
4714 
4715 
4716 
4717 
4718 
4719 
4720 



County 



Stokes. 
...do- 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
...-do.. 
....do., 
-...do., 
.--.do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
..--do.. 
.—do.. 
....do.. 
....do., 
--do-. 
....do., 
--..do., 
.--.do-. 
Surry., 
--do- 
....do.. 
...-do- 
----do- 
----do- 
.--.do.. 
.— do.- 
....do.. 
....do.. 
..-do.. 
....do.. 
....do- 
...-do- 
....do- 
....do.. 
....do.. 
..--do., 
--do.. 

-..dO-- 
-..dO- 
--do.- 
----do.. 

-...do- 
....do.. 

----dO- 
----dO- 

----do- 
-...do.- 

-.--dO-- 
-.--dO- 

....do.. 
....do.. 
..-.dc- 



Postoffice 



King 

...do 

Meadows 

Mizpah 

....do 

...do 

....do.. 

Pine Hall 

Pinnacle 

....do 

Sandy Ridge 

Tobaceoville 

Walnut Cove 

-..do 

.--do 

....do 

....do...' 

.--.do 

....do 

Ararat 

....do 

Ararat, R. 1 

Ararat 

Brim 

Copeland... 

Crutchfield, R. 1 

Crutchfield 

.--.do .--- 

--.-do 

Dobson 

----do 

Elkin 

....do 

..-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. .- 

-...do 

....do.. 

....do.. 

.-..do 

....do.. 

-.._do 

..._do 

Kapps Mill 

....do. 

Ladonia 

Lambsburg, Va. 

Low Gap 

....do 

Mount Airy, R. 6. 
Mount Airy 



Factory 



King Roller Mill 

Stokes Supplies Co 

C. L. Holland 

Mountain View Roller Mill.. 

Neal Bros - 

Quaker Roller Mill--- 

Robert W, Slate. 

Gibson & Parrish Sawmill 

Pinnacle Roller Mills 

W. A. Sullivan 

W. T. Shelton 

Rierson's Mill. - 

Carolina Bo.x and Lumber Co 

Dan River Lumber and Milling Co. 

Hedgecock Brick Co 

Meth odist Herald 

Ralph Miller 

W. S. Stultz. 

M. A. Walker & Co. Brick Works... 

Armstrong Bros. Corn Mill 

T. W. Bryant Custom Corn Mill.... 

Bull Run Roller Mill 

W. J. Key & Son 

T. L. Brim's Corn Mill 

Wood & Williams Canning Co 

Cody's Creek Mill 

N. T. Dinkins 

R. L. Doby 

E. V. Stanley 

Draughn & Watson Sawmill 

H. Holyfield's Flour and Grist Mill 

Carolina Cross Arms Co 

Chatham Mfg. Co 

Electric Harness-Shoe Co 

Elkin Box Co 

Elkin Canning Co 

Elkin Ice and Light Co 

Elkin Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Elkin Roller Mills 

Elkin Shoe Co 

Elkin Veneer and Mfg. Co 

Elk Printing Co 

E. L. D. Metal Co 

J. F. Miller 

Surry Hardware Co... 

Burchett & Darnell 

Kapp & Wallace Roller Mill 

Forsyth Mfg. Co 

Lyons Bros 

F. A. Galycan's Corn Mill 

Galycan & Low 

AUred's Corn Mill. 

J. L. Banner's Brick Works 



President 



W. H. Slate, Part. 



L. E. Hauser, Owr 



T. J. Rierson, Owr... 

W. H. Gibson 

D, L. Donnell 

R. A. Hedgecock, Owr. 
R. F. Reynolds 



M. A. Walker, Owner 



T. W. Bryant, Owr... 

J. L. Elliott, Owr 

W. J. Key 

T. L. Brim, Owner... 



A. G. Snow, Owner. - 



H. Holy field, Owr .._ 



I 



R. L. Hubbard. 



R. L. Hubbard.... 
I. H. Edson, Part. 



F. A. Galycan, Owr. - 

Partnership 

W. S. Allred, Owr 

J. L. Banner, Owr 



Miscellaneous Factories 



343 



Continued. 



Secretary 



J. R. Bowen_ 



J. H. Neal. 



W. H. Gibson. 



J. W. Slatt 

W. T. Poindexter. 



J. F. Wniiams. 



J. S. Draughn. 



J. F. Porter. 



W. E. Elliott. 



E. E. Harris 

M. F. Beltner 

J. H. Tharpe 

Jas. L. Bray, Asst. Mgr.. 

M. A. Bigga 

A. G. Click 

H. G. Nichols 



J. R. Poindexter. 
C. W. Darnell.... 



R. A. Spaugh.. 
C. L. Lyons 



Articles Manufactured 



Flour and meal 

Tobacco flues, etc 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Custom milling 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Feed stuffs 

Flooring, ceiling, siding, box shooks, bldg. material 

Flour, feed and meal; finished lumber 

Brick 

Publishing, job printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber. 

Common building brick 

Grinding corn 

Grinding corn 

Flour, meal and chops 

Tobacco flues 

Grinding corn and rye 

Canning fruit and vegetables 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber __. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber __ 

Flour, meal and feed 

Planing lumber 

Blankets 

Harness and repairing shoes 

Box shooks. 

Canning blackberries, apples, peaches, by wholesale 

Ice, box shooks 

Soft drinks 

Flour, meal 

Shoes and collars 

Lumber 

Printing and publishing 

Tobacco flues, tinware, etc 

Rough lumber 

Dealer in hardware; manufacturing tobacco flues 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn _ 

Lu mber 

Grinding corn 

Common building brick 



>-( E n 
O 5 S 

t. O 13 



1920 
1917 



1905 



1902 



Invested 
Capital 



5,420 

300 

2,600 

4,550 

9,600 

8,000 

1,350 

1,450 

3,200 

4,000 

800 

4,000 

12,500 



19,256 

1,000 

4,000 

2,800 

27,951 

200 

350 



950 

2,000 

2,750 

9,850 

550 

1,000 

2,000 

1,275 

2,500 

499 

835,121 

2,000 

87,852 

34,434 

20,075 

2,400 

34,270 

313,403 

4,000 

7,000 

2,143 

1,400 

250 

600 

6,395 

5,000 

800 

400 

400 

2,000 

3,250 



No. 



4668 
4669 
4670 
4671 
4672 
4673 
4674 
4675 
4676 
4677 
4678 
4679 
4680 
4681 
4682 
4683 
4684 
4685 
4686 
4687 



4690 

4691 

4692 

4693 

4694 

4695 

4696 

4697 

4698 

4699 

4700 

4701 

4702 

4703 

4704 

4705 

4706 

4707 

4708 

4709 

4710 

4711 

4712 

4713 

4714 

4715 

4716 

4717 

4718 

4719 

4720 



344 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



4721 
4722 
4723 
4724 
4725 
4726 
4727 
4728 
4729 
4730 
4731 
4732 
4733 
4734 
4635 
4736 
4737 
4738 
4739 
4740 
4741 
4742 
4743 
4744 
4745 
4746 
4747 
4748 
4749 
4750 
4751 
4752 
4753 
4754 
4755 
4756 
4757 
4758 
4759 
47C0 
47C1 
4762 
47e3 
4764 
4765 
4766 
4767 
4768 
4769 
4770 
4771 
4772 
4773 
4 774 



County 



Surry . 
....do. 
....do. 
.-..do. 
_...do. 
....do. 
....do. 
_._.do- 
....do. 
__..do. 
_.._do. 
....do- 
....do. 
-...do. 
....do. 
.-..do. 
....do. 
----do. 

-.--do- 
---do- 

...-do. 
.---do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
..-do. 
--.-do- 
-...do. 
.-..do. 
...-do- 
._--do. 
....do. 
--.-do- 
--.do. 

--.do. 

....do. 
----do. 
...-do. 
---do. 
--do. 

---.do. 
----do. 
---.do. 
----do. 

-.--do. 
----do. 
---do. 
.---do. 
.---do. 
.--do. 
---do. 
-..-do. 

-..-do- 

---do- 



Postoffice 



Mount Airy 

Mount Airy, R. 1 

Mount Airy 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do.. -. 

.--do-. 

...do... --.. 

Mount Airy, R. 1. 

Mount Airy 

...do... 

..-do --.. 

Mount Airy, R. 3 . 
Mount Airy, R. 2. 

Mount Airy 

...do.. 

...do 

...do-. 

-.-do... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..-do 

--.do.- 

Mount Airy, R. 1 . 

Mount Airy 

..-do- 

---do.. 

---do-. 

...do.. 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

N. Wilkesboro 

Pilot Mountain- . 
...do 

— -do 

— -do 

.--drf-.. 

---do 

---do 

Rockford-. 

...do 

Rockford, R. 1--.. 
--do 

— -do 

Rockford 

Round Peak- 

---do.. 

Rusk 

...do 

..-do 



Factory 



Banner Mfg. Co 

A. D. Barker's Corn Mill 

Beasley Sash and Planing Mill 

Beaver Creek Roller M ills 

J. Belton Canning Co 

Arnold Bresmbury 

Granite City Mills 

Green Hill Flour and Grist Mill 

D. M. Hodge- 

W. J. Hodge's Sawmill 

S. A. Johnson's Corn Mill 

Lemmerman & Hoffman Granite Co 
R. H. Leonard, E. C. Foy, J. F. Foy 

Marshall Wagon Co., Part.- 

M. T. McKnight Corn Mill 

C. C. Midkiff Brick Yard- 

C. C. & E. D. Midkiff 

Mount .Mry Bakery - 

Mount Airy Bottling Works- - . - 

Mount Airy Buggy Co 

Mt. Airy Chero-Cola Bottling Works 
Mount .Airy Granite Cutting Co. . . 

Mount .\iry Iron Works . . 

Mt. .4iry Marble and Granite Works 

Mount Airy News 

Mount Airy Steam Laundry 

J. N. Needham & Co 

Persi-Cola Bottling Co 

M. F. Satterfield's Sawmill -. 

Sides Mill and Ice Co - 

T. J. Smithwick, Ind 

Spaugh Mill-- -. 

J. Sutphin Corn Mill -. 

The Times Leader- -. 

J. E.Wilson Marble and GraniteWks 

Cardwell-Kreger Lumber Co. 

J. H. Clifton's Shop -- 

S. W. Fulk Hardware Co. 

Job & C. E. Hiatt 

Piedmont Roller Mills 

Piedmont Tobacco Co 

Pilot Milling Co 

W. H. Reid 

J. W. Butchers Corn Mill 

J. H. & R. J. Doss 

J. T. Holyfield's Corn Mill.. 

C. A. Keys Corn Mill 

Level Cross Mills -. 

S. W. Stanley -- 

Fish River Roller Mills.. 

Lula B. Sloan's Custom Grist >H1L . 

C. H. Carter Mfg. Co .- 

A. A. Fowler 

Jackson & Reich Sawmill 



President 



A. D. Barker, Owr.. . 
J. A. Tesh, Partner.. 
C. F. Simpson, Owr.. 



J. S. Bray, Owner 

John Banner, Owr. . . 



S. A. Johnson, Owr. 



M. T. McKnight, Owr 
C. C. Midkiff, Owr... 



L. H. Levain 



J. N. Needham, Part. 



Walter H. Sides, Part. 



J. D. Minick, Owner 



G. Cardweil. 



J. Luther Wood, Owr. 



C. H. Carter, Owt. 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



34:1 



Continued. 



Secretary 


1 

Articles Manufactured 


-3 

_ H 

sis 

a c 0) 
fcTo c 


Invested 
Capital 


E. C. Foy 


Grinding corn, rough lumber 




$ 1,373 

650 

3,700 

5,130 

238 




Grinding corn . 






Planing lumber 






Flour, meal and feed 




J. S. Belton 


Canning fruits and vegetables 
















1,300 
15,000 










Ice cream 




6,000 

700 

900 

575 

59,300 

33,430 

7,000 

2,000 

2,250 










Grinding corn 




D. E. Hoffman 


Granite for bldg. and mausoleums 




E. C. Foy 


Chairs, dealers in lumber. 




J. J. Norman 


Wagons, buggies and trucks 
















C. C. Midkiff 


Rough lumber 




C. L. Lowe 


Bread and pies. 




200 

100 

5,206 

12,327 

14,141 




Bottled soft drinks 




N. W. Dobbins... 


Buggies - 






Bottling soft drinks 






Granite for bldg. and monu. ready for place 






70,426 
3,935 
13,655 
11,800 
1,000 
900 
3,500 


J. D. Minick. 


Foundry and mach. shop cast, and gen. repair 
Monuments, tombstones, cemetery curbing 








W. M. Johnson 


Newspaper printing, pub. and job printing 








Steam laundry 










E. G. Badgett 


Bottling soft drinks 






Rough lumber. 






Flour and meal 




5,250 

17,475 

500 

700 

3,900 

2,245 

2,555 

2,300 

630 

8,000 

8,000 

300 

17,851 

3,800 

500 

1,010 

700 

300 

7,090 

950 

10,600 

400 

11,650 

650 

2,250 


G. A. Kittrell 


Garage and machine shop 






Corn mill.. 










T.M.George 






J. E. Wilson 


Monuments and tombstones 




G. Cardwell, Pres. & Treas. . 


Rough lumber _ 






Mfg. grain cradles, axe handles, cradle fingers 








Chas. E. Hiatt 


Rough and dressed lumber 










M. K.Smith 


Tobacco flues 




W. P. Henley 


Flour, meal, bran and middling 






R ough lumber 










R. J. Doss 


Rough lumber.- 


















Flour, meal and feed 






Rough lumber. 






Flour, meal 






Meal 






Planing lumber 






Lunnber 




L. M. Reich 


Rough lumber 





4721 

4722 

4723 

4724 

4725 

4726 

4727 

4728 

4729 

4730 

4731 

4732 

4733 

4734 

4735 

4736 

4737 

4738 

4739 

4740 

4741 

4742 

4743 

4744 

4745 

4746 

4747 

4748 

4749 

4750 

4751 

4752 

4753 

4754 

47.55 

4756 

4757 

4758 

4759 

4760 

4761 

4762 

4763 

4764 

4765 

4766 

4767 

4768 

4769 

4770 

4771 

4772 

4773 

4774 



346 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Taiu.k No. 1— 



No. 



477,5 
4776 
4777 
4778 
4779 
4780 
4781 
4782 
4783 
4784 
4785 
4786 

4787 

4788 

4789 

4790 

4791 

4792 

4793 

4794 

4795 

4796 

4797 

4798 

4799 

4800 

4801 

4802 

4803 

4804 

4805 

4806 

4807 

4808 

4809 

4810 

4811 

4812 

4813 

4814 

4815 

4816 

4817 

4818 

4819 

4820 

4821 

4822 

4823 

4824 

4825 

4826 

4827 



County 



Surry. 
....do.. 
....do. 
....do.. 
....do_ 
...-do. 
.._.do. 
..._do. 
....do- 
....do_ 
....do. 
....do. 



Postoffice 



Swain 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...-do 

...-do 

....do 

....do - 

.--.do 

....do 

-.-.do 

.-.-do 

....do 

..-.do 

Transylvania 

.-..do 

....do 

..-.do 

..--do 

..--do 

.-.-do 

...-do 

..-.do 

..-.do 

-.-.do 

----do 

..--do 

----do 

.---do 

.---do 

.-.-do 

.---do 

----do 

.---do 

-.--do-. - 

----do 

-.--do 



Factory 



Rusk 

Rusk, R. 1 

Rusk 

...-do 

Siloam 

....do 

....do 

State Road 

Thurmond 

VVestfield 

White Plains-.. 
Winston-Salem, 

R. D..-. - 

Alarka 

Almond 

Bryson City 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

Bushnell 

Fontana 

Forney 

Hewitt -- 

Nantahala 

Noland 

Ravensford 

Wesser 

....do 

Whittier 

....do. -- 

Blantyre 

....do 

...-do 

Brevard... 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do. 

....do ---- 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

Brevard, R. 2.. 

Brevard 

....do 

..-do 

Cherryfield 

Lake Toxaway — 
..--do 

Penrose 

----do -- 



Lanes Mill.- 

Snow Creek Roller Mills- 

Stanley's Mill 

Wallace Roller Mills 

Ararat Mill 

C. C. Hill 

B. A. Keys Corn Mill-... 
J, H. Isaack's Corn Mill. 

Ross Bros 

G. L. Hill's Corn Mill.-. 
G. W. Slaydon-.- - 



Inc. 



Forsyth Mfg. Co... 
Alarka Lumber Co 

W. R. Ammons 

Bryson City Handle Factory 

Bryson City Pump Works 

Custom Roller Mills - 

A.J Franklin Saw and Planing Mill 

T. J. Woodard Lumber Co 

Eagle Creek Plant 

Norwood Lumlier Co 

N. C. Talc and Mining Co 

E. H. Potter 

Swain Lumber Co 

Parsons Pulp and Lumber Co. 

J. S. Ammons 

T. E. Grant & Son 

R. J. Roane & Co 

Wilson & Teague 

Arthur W. Davis - 

W. R. Kilpatrick --- 

R. B. Orr...- 

Brevard Lumber Co 

Brevard Mjfg. Co... 

Brevard Steam Laundry, Ind. 

J. S. Broomfield Ice Plant 

Burnett & Verdery 

Carrier Lumber Co 

Cuseton Lime Works 

V. Fonlains & J. C. Shambow 

Miller Supply Co -- 

J. H. Mull& Son. - 

Orr & Silton Lumber Co - 

V. M. Owensby 

Phillips Bakery, Ind... - 

W. M. Silton-- 

Transylvania Tanning Co 

B. J. Silton 

Claude S. Kinsland 

Maltz Lumber Co 

Bill McCrarey 

Penrose Cooperative Cheese Co.,Inc 



President 



J. J. Wallace, Owr.... 



Partnership. 



R. A. Soaugh. V. P 
Corporation- 



F. E. B. Jenkins, Owr. 



J. S. Broomfield, Owr 



do Pisgah Forest I Brevard Tanning Co. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



347 



Continued. 



Secretary 



B. A. Keys. 



G. W. Slaydon. 



C. S. Wells , Mgr.. 



W. J. WoodarVi. 

J.H.Yost 

L. E. Hunter... 
E. J. Smith.... 



A. E. Bradshaw 

D. G. Neilson, Treas.. 

R. G. Coffey 

Lester Grant 



V. Fontaine 

J. S. Broomfield. 



A. Verdery 

H. Carrier 

D. C. Sims 

J. C. Shambow. 

Fred Miller 

J. H. Mull 

Robert Orr 



George Phillips. 
D. L. Ward . . . 



E. Maltz. 



Articles Manufactured 



Grinding wheat, corn and rye. 

Flour, meal, etc 

Custom mill, wheat and bran. 

Flour, meal and feed 

Wheat, corn, rye and oats 

Rough lumber 

Meal and feed 

Corn meal, rye and lumber 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



^ a 

05 c 

>-• C m 
° C SR 
toe 

M cpa 



R. S.Boyd 

Wm. F. Decker. 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Wood handles 

Columns, planing mill, liquor logs, tubing. 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Dressed and rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Logs, bolts and rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill, rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing lumber 

Sawmill prod ucts 

Steam laundry 

Ice 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Quick-lime 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Bakery 

Rough lumber 

Leather 

Rough lumber 

Rough 1 umber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Cheese 

Tanning extract 



Invested 
Capital 



$ 1,000 

7,150 

1,030 

7,650 

12,000 

900 

200 

1,600 

500 

350 

2,950 

2,438 

200,499 

700 

6,900 

10,400 

4,575 

5,000 

9,700 

234,092 

257,850 

8,455 

4,358 

12,000 

678,836 

6,300 

1,600 

16,300 

10,700 

3,000 

2,580 

2,800 

3,650 

12,350 

4,200 

8,300 

6,950 

3,480 



4,300 
4,450 
2,610 
29,350 
1,548 
3,950 
3,300 

254,500 
2,500 
2,750 
8,380 
1,710 
1,825 

439,525 



No. 



4775 
4776 
4777 
4778 
4779 
4780 
4781 
4782 
4783 
4784 
4885 
4786 

4787 

4788 

4789 

4790 

4791 

4792 

4793 

4794 

4795 

4798 

4797 

4798 

4799 

4800 

4801 

4802 

4803 

4804 

4805 

4806 

4807 

4808 

4S09 

4810 

4811 

4812 

4813 

4814 

4815 

4816 

4817 

4818 

4819 

4820 

4821 

4822 

4823 

4824 

4825 

4826 

4827 



348 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



4828 
4829 
4830 
4831 
4832 
4833 
4834 
4835 
4836 
4837 
4838 
4839 
4840 
4841 
4842 
4843 
4844 
4845 
4846 
4847 
4848 
4849 
48o0 
4851 
4852 
4853 
4854 
4855 
4856 
4857 
4858 
4859 
4860 
4861 
4862 
4863 
4864 
4865 
4866 
4867 



4870 
4871 
4872 
4873 
4874 
4875 
4876 
4877 
4878 
4879 



County 



Transylvania 

....do 

.._.do 

..-.do 

....do __. 

.._.do _ 

Tyrrell 

_.-.do.__ 

..._do..._ 

....do ._.. 

..-.do -..- 

Union 

....do. 

.---do 

....do 

-..-do 

....do 

-.--do 

--..do 

..-.do 

-..-do -.-. 

..-.do 

..--do 

.-..do 

....do 

..-.do 

-.--do 

.-..do ---. 

..-.do 

-.--do 

--..do 

....do 

-...do 

-..-do 

.-.-do 

....do... - 

....do 

----do 

.---do 

..--do 

..--do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do... 

..-.do 

-..-do 

-.--do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

....do 

....do.... 



Postoffice 



Pisgah Forest. 

...do 

Rosman 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Columbia, R.F.D, 

Columbia 

...do... 

.--do 

Jerry -. 

Indian Trail, R 1 

Indian Trail 

...do-.... --. 

M arsh ville 

Marshville, R. 1 . . 
Mjarshville, R. 3-. 

Marshville 

...do 

Marshville, R.l 

Marshville 

...do 

Marshville, R. 4.. 

Marshville 

...do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

..--do 

....do 



...do 

Marshville, R. 3.. 
Marshville, R. 4 . . 

Marshville 

...do 

..--do 

Marshville, R. 3.. 
Matthews, R. 26- . 

Matthews 

Mineral Spgs, R.l. 
Mineral Springs... 

....do 

....do 

Monroe 

....do 

Monroe, R. 5.- .-. 

Monroe 

Monroe, R. 1 

Monroe 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



Factory 



Brown Patton Co 

Carr Lumber Co. 

Gloucester Lumber Co 

R. M. Powell 

Rosman Tanning Extract Co 

Toxaway Tanning Co 

C. K. Harrell 

J L. Harrell 

B. R. Hassell 

C. W. Pritchett - 

Swain's Grist Mill 

J. E. FunJerburk 

R. W. Killough 

D. T. Morris 

Ashcraft Mill and Gin Co 

W. R. Ashcraft 

H. L. Autry 

W. E. Bailey & J. C. Stengall 

Baucom Bros 

J. A. Bennett 

J. M. Birmingham 

J. T. Curlee 

Harty & Dobbs 

W. M. Hilton 

T. W. Horn, Ind 

Marshville Brick Co 

Marshville Planing Mill Co 

C. F. Moore 

J. M. Moore 

Nance's Sawmill 

Parker & Williams 

Riggins & Son - 

S. C. Ross 

W. B. Rushing 

R. M. Sanders 

T. Thomas Mill 

G. B. Walters 

Biggers & Biggers 

J. F. Keziah & W. A. Stevens 

L. R. Broome 

J. F. Hays & R. Rape 

W. A. Howie 

G. R. Winchester & Son 

J. B. Ashcraft's Sons 

Austin & Siko 

Bingham & Long 

J. C. Broome 

Joseph A. Clontz 

J. W. Crook 

Efird Marble Works 

John Griffith , 

Henderson Garage and Mach. Co. 
Henderson Roller Mills Co 



President 



Brown Patton, Owr. 
Louis Carr 



Jos. Silverstein, V. P. 



J. L Swain, Owr. 



J. C. Stegall, Part. 



D. Nance, Owr. 



J. E. Henderson 



I 



Miscellaneous Factories 



349 



Continued. 



Secretary 



W. W. Croushorn 

J. S. Silverstein 

Jos. Silverstein 

H. Lee Ashcraft, Mgr 

J. C. Stengall 

C. E. Baucom 

J. M. Harty_ 

J. Y. Green 

J. A. Parker 

E. J. Riggins 

J. C. Ross 

J. F. Biggers 

J. F. Keziah 

J. F. Hays 

G. T. Winchester 

T. O. Ashcraft 

W. H. Austin 

J. N. Bingham 

J. E. Efird 

J. V. Henderson 

W. A. Henderson 



Articles Manufactured 



Flour and grist 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Extracts 

Tanni ng of leather 

Rough lumber 

Lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and shingles. 
Milling corn, rough lumber- 
Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Printing and publishing 

Brick 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber and cross-ties 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Wheat, corn, bran, feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Veterinary remedies 

General machine repairs 

Rough lumber 

Crockery 

Rough lumber 

M f g. of cultivators 

Marble and stone work 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Flour, meal, grits and feed__ 



-a a 

t. B 03 

o rH m 

t, o c 



1912 



1910 



1867 



Invested 
Capital 



$ 3,150 

250,030 

439,820 

4,000 

344,, 342 

1,647,076 

4,600 

600 

4,400 

400 

5,050 

1,475 

2,200 

500 

4,588 

500 

1,150 

450 

600 

4,300 

1,200 

2,100 

500 

6,200 

4,300 

2,300 

22,181 

1,000 



1,650 

600 

1,450 

1,800 

15,300 

2,000 

700 

800 

1,000 

1,100 

1,200 

800 

700 

900 

2,100 

2,275 



1,200 
500 
2,550 
1,800 
5,300 
25,000 



No. 



4828 
4829 
4830 
4831 
4832 
4833 
4834 
4835 
4836 
4837 
4838 
4839 
4840 
4841 
4842 
4843 
4844 
4845 
4846 
4847 
4848 
4849 
4850 
4851 
4852 
4853 
4854 
4855 
4856 
4857 
4858 
4859 
4860 
4861 
4862 
4863 



4867 



4870 
4871 
4872 
4873 
4874 
4875 
4876 
4877 
4878 
4879 
4880 



350 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Tahlk No. 1- 



No. 



4881 
4882 
4883 
4884 
4885 
4886 
4887 



4890 

4891 

4892 

4893 

4894 

4895 

4896 

4897 

4898 

4899 

4900 

4901 

4902 

4903 

4904 

4905 

4906 

4907 

4908 

4909 

4910 

4911 

4912 

4913 

4914 

4915 

4916 

4917 

4918 

4919 

4920 

4921 

4922 

4923 

4924 

4925 

4926 

4927 

4928 

4929 

4930 

4931 

4932 

4933 



County 



Union.. 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
..-.do... 
....do... 
....do... 
..._do... 
....do... 
....do... 
...-do... 
....do... 
....do.., 
...-do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do.. 
....do... 
-...do... 
....do... 
....do... 
-.-.do... 
....do... 
....do.. 
..-.do.. 
...-do.. 

....do.. 

---.do.. 

.-..do-. 
...-do., 
-...do.. 
....do.. 
..--do.. 
...-do- 

----do.- 

....do.- 

-.--do.. 

--.-do.. 
..--do-. 
Vance, 
-...do., 
-...do., 
-...do.. 
...-do., 
-...do.. 
...-do.. 
...-do.. 
...-do.. 
...-do., 
-.--do.. 
-.--do.. 



Postoflfice 



Monroe 

Monroe, R. 5 .. - 

Monroe 

...do 

...do ---- 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Monroe, R. 5 

Monroe 

-.-do 

Monroe, R. 5 

...do 

Monroe, R. 6 

Pageland, R. 1-.. 

Union ville 

...do 

Unionville, R. 2. 

...do 

Unionville. - 

Unionville, R. 2. 
Unionville, R. 1 . 

Unionville 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

Waxhaw, R. 5 

....do .--- 

.---do 

Waxhaw,R. 4.-- 
Waxhaw.R. 2... 

Waxhaw 

Waxhaw, R. 5 

-...do 

Waxhaw 

Wingate 

-.-do.... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Bullock 

Dabney 

...do 

Henderson 

---do- 

Henderson, R. 3. 

Henderson 

...do.. 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 



Factory 



Lee & Griffin Co 

R. E. Lons 

H. A. McCorkle-. 

Monroe Bakery 

Monroe Bottling Worlcs, In J 

Monroe Coca-Cola Co 

Monroe Ice and Fuel Co., Ino 

Monroe Mfg. Co 

The J. H. Myers Lumber Mfg. Co. 

J. N. Price 

J. T. Shute 

The Southern Cotton Oil Co 

F. M. Sutton - -.. 

W. A. Whitaker-.- -... 

J. C. Winchester.- 

D. A. McKinnon 

A. B. Austin 

C. J. Braswell 

N. W. Carriker 

H. N. Green 

Lonnie E. Green. --. 

J. W. Love..- 

A. R. Mills 

G. R. Mullis 

N. C. Price 

L. B. Tucker 

Q. A. Whitley 

W. L. Belk & Sons- -- 

J. N. Bigham 

L. W. Helms 

Morris & Plyles 

A. B. Norwood 

Rogers Brothers 

W. C. Starnes 

J. B. & G. M. Tyson -- 

The Waxhaw Enterprise, Ind 

J. A. Bennett 

T. G. & B. L. Collins 

J. R. Griffin --- 

Perry Mill Co .- 

J. S. Ross 

J. L. Temple 

Tom Fishel 

Tom Harris 

Bagwell Hardware Co., Part 

Brown & Jones 

John H. Bullock 

The Capital Buggy Co., Cor 

Carolina Bagging Co 

Carolina Buggy Mfg. Co 

N. N. Cupp -.- 

A. G. Daniel 

G. W. Davis -- 



President 



G. M. Tucker, Owr... 



J. A. Ryan, Asst. Aud. 



S. L. Rogers, Mgr 



I 



J. L. Chaney, Mgr — 



Miscellaneous Factories 



351 



Continued. 



Secretary 



T. C. Lee. 



Jack Hernig 

T. J. Price 

T. W. Pinkston_ 
J. W. Hines 



J. H. Myers- 
C. C. Moore. 



W. L. Belk. 



E. H. Morris. 



G. M. Tyson. 
G. L. Nisbet. 



T. G. Collins. 



E. Temple. 



Ed. Bagwell. 
J. Brown 



J. L. Law 

S. S. Parkham. 
D. A. Neese 



John Daniel. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Bakery 

Soda drinks 

Bottling coca-cola. 

Ice, sale of coal 

Planing lumber 

Planing lumber 

Rough lumber 

Meal 



Cotton-seed products 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rougii lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Publishing and printing newspapers, job work. 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Planing lumber, grist mill 

Rough 1 umber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Making tobacco flues 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Assembling and painting buggies 

Jute bagging 

Mfg. of buggies 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



03 c 
t. C m 
O r* m 

5 few 



1916 



Invested 
Capital 



$ 2,650 

600 

1,800 

8,30t) 

2,950 

2,700 

40,214 

21,500 

19,694 

1,850 

1,550 

127,578 

2,000 

2,500 

1,000 

2,050 

800 

2,850 

2,000 

1,450 

600 

1,500 

600 

500 

800 

2,150 

2,300 

2,700 

1,150 

850 

1,100 

1,970 

2,000 

1,125 

1,100 

1,350 

500 

3,000 

200 

13,530 

1,700 

1,725 

7,63d 

7,500 

5,000 

4,800 

3,000 

31,731 

1,041,278 

17,301 

9,070 

4,395 

12,690 



No. 



4881 
4882 
4883 
4884 
4885 
4886 
4887 



4890 
4891 
4892 
4893 
4894 
4895 
4896 
4897 
4898 
4899 
4900 
4901 
4902 
4903 
4904 
4905 
4906 
4907 
4908 
4C09 
4910 
4911 
4912 
4913 
4914 
4915 
4916 
4917 
4918 
4919 
4920 
4921 
4922 
4923 
4924 
4925 
4926 
4927 
4928 
4929 
4930 
4931 
4932 
4933 



352 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


4934 


Vance _. 

do- 


Henderson 

-...do... ---- 


P. D. Deman.. 




4935 






4936 


do 


-...do 


W. M. Ellis .. 




4937 


do 


--- do. 


J. H. Foster 




4938 


....do 


....do -- 


A. S. Green--- - 




4939 


...do 


-...do 






4940 


.do 


-.--do 






4941 


do 


....do 






4942 


do 


....do 


Henderson Candy Kitchen, Ind. 




4943 


-...do 

do 


-...do -- 

do 


Henderson Coca-Cola Bot. Co.. Part 


< 


4944 




4945 


do 


do . - 


Hendersonlce&ColdStorageCo.Jnc. 




4946 


do 


....do 




4947 


do 


....do...- 






4948 


do 


do 


K. D. Hoffman 




4949 


.---do ---- 

---.do 

do 


....do. 

--..do.... -- 

-...do 




J. H. Goodrich 


4950 
4951 


Jones-Stone Printing Co., Inc 


P. T. Jones. ---. 


4952 


do 


-.-do .-- 






4953 


do 


do—. 


E. J. O'Brian 




4954 


do 


do 


J. H. & J. T. Parham 




4955 


do 


do.— 


W. B. Parham 




4956 


do 


....do 


M. N. Parrish 




4957 


do 


-...do 


J. S. Poythress, Ind . 




4958 


do 


do 


J. S. Royster Milling Co.. . 




4959 


do 


do 


J. P. Taylor, Ind. 




4960 


do 


do — 






4961 


do 


do 






4962 


do 


...do. 


White-Finch Ice Cream Co., Part..- 




4963 


....do 

do 


-..-do 

Kittrell . - - 


H. J. Whitmore Bakery Co., Cor. 




4964 


Buff aloe Mills -- - 


J. B. Ellis, Owr 


4965 


do 


do 


W. W. Dickerson 




4966 


do 


do 


W. H. Finch, Owner 




4967 


do 


....do --- 






4968 


do 


-..do... 


H. E. & H. A. Newton 




4969 


do 


. .do 


R. S. Ray . 




4970 


do 


do... 


L. H. Rhodes 




4971 


do 


do- - 


J. A. Rivel 




4972 


do 


do 


R. B. Smith 




4973 


do 


do 


J. D. Whitley 




4974 


do 


do 


R. K. Young 




4975 


do 




C. D. Reggan 




4976 


do 


--do 






4977 


do 


M^ddleburg- _ 

do- 


J. T. Barnes 




4978 


do 






4979 


do 


Oxford . 






4980 


do 


Townsville 

do - . 






4981 


do 


J. T. Gwartney 




4982 


do 


do „ 






4983 


do 


do. . 


J. T. Stork. 




4984 


----do 

----do 

Wake 


do 


E Taylor Jr 




4985 


do 


W. 0. Wycoff . 




4986 


Aberdeen 


T. E. Stanley 





Miscellaneous Factories 



353 



Continued. 



Secretary 



T. H. Chavasse. 

R. J. Jones 

Sol. Ellis 

E. Thomas 

J. S. Blue 

J. C. Skinner 

S. J. Lane 

L. A. Skinner. _- 



W M. Burwell . 



J. R. Parham. 



F. B. Royster, Mgr. 
N. P. Hayes 



G. F. Finch 

H. J. Whitmore. 



H. E. Newton. 



Articles Manufactured 






Grist and flour niill 

Blacksmith shop 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist and flour mill 

Carriage, wagon and repair work. 

Bottling soft drinks 

Buggies, wagons 

Candy 

Coca-cola and other drinks 

Monuments and stone dealers 

Ice 



Pepsi- cola and ginger ale 

Laundry 

Rough lumber 

Lumber, windows, doors, etc 

Job printing 

Mfg. cooperage 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tin and iron work 

Cement brick 

Flour and grist mill 

Cooperage 

Candy 

Grist mill 

Ice cream 

General bakery, bread and cakes 

Meal and flour 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough luniber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill, rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1917 



Invested 
Capital 



4,950 

1,200 

4,250 

2,760 

5,700 

2,040 

12,120 

41,000 

2,280 

69,035 

4,804 

94,369 

14,348 

5,400 

5,870 

25,000 

16,500 

7,365 

4,000 

2,860 

8,050 

7,245 

3,730 

10,7.50 

151,350 

4,880 

3,300 

481,393 

7,640 

16,700 

8,4.50 

3,490 



4,130 
6,380 
2,690 
2,450 
3,350 
7,450 
2,485 
6,400 
6,790 
2,125 
5,925 
6,800 
5,480 
7,525 
3,140 
1,975 
1,590 
3,440 
2,280 
1,600 



No. 



4934 

4935 

4936 

4937 

4938 • 

4939 

4940 

4941 

4942 

4943 

4944 

4945 

4946 

4947 

4948 

4949 

4950 

4951 

4952 

4953 

4954 

4955 

4956 

4957 

4958 

4959 

4960 

4961 

4962 

4963 

4964 

4965 

4966 

4967 

4968 

4969 

4970 

4971 

4972 

4973 

4974 

4975 

4976 

4977 

4978 

4979 

4980 

4981 

4982 

4983 

4984 

4985 



23— Dept. LaJbor, 1920. 



354 



North Caroi,ina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


Gounty 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


4987 


Wake ._ 

....do 


Apex 

-..-do 






4988 


A.J.Edwards 




4989 


....do 


....do 


J. J. Edwards & Son. 




4990 


....do... 


-..-do 


U. S. Howell 




4991 


-..do 


Apex, R. 2 -_ 

Apex - 

Apex, R. 5... 

Apex, R. 2 

Apex 

...-do 


G. B. Jones 




4992 


....do 


A. J. Lynch. 




4993 


-...do 


E. R. Perry 




4994 


...-do 

..-.do 


M. G. Sorrell 




4995 


J. E. Walli&Go -- 




4996 


-..do -.-- 






4997 


--..do 


Auburn _ 

....dp 


E. Parrish. 




4998 


....do 


U. Walker 




4999 


-...do 


Carpenter 

Gary-... 

Gary, R. F. D. 1-- 

Gary 

Gary, R. 1 

Gary 

Gary, R. 1 

Gary, R. 2 

Gary. 

Eagle Rock 

...-do-.. 

...-do 


G. F. Farrell & Son 




5nno 


.-..do --.. 


J.T.Blake 




5001 


...-do ---. 


Blake's Roller Mills. 




5002 


..--do 


J. D. Bush & Go. . 




5003 


....do... 


E. T. Dampis 




5004 


...-do - 


L. G. Ellington 




5005 


..--do 

.-.do --.. 






5006 


J. G. Smith 

Waddell Motor Go. 




5007 


....do— 


. 


5008 


-..do --- 


Eagle Rock Mfg. Co. 




5009 
5010 


-..do -.. 

....do 


Martin's Saw and Planing Mill 


C. M. Martial, Owr... 


5011 


.--do 


Fuquay Spgs..R. 1 
Garner 

Holly Springs 

--..do 






5012 


...-do 


W. E. & T. L. McGuUcrs.--- 




5013 


.-.do 




5014 


....do 




5015 
5016 


....do 

...-do 


....do --.. 

McGullers, R. 1... 

Morrisville 

Neuse, R. 3 

....do 


W. L. Price Mfg. Co... - 

N. F. Turner & Bro 

E. W. Clements 


W. L. Price, Prop 

Partnership 


5017 


..--do 


5018 


--..do 


J. H. Arnold 




5019 


....do 






5020 


... do 


Neuse, R. 2 

---do 


Union Mill and Gin Co. 

Upchurch , Hester & Pool 

Wake Lumber Go 

D. A. Baker 


G. 0. Massey, Owr... 

Partnership 

Partnership 


5021 

5022 


..--do 

..-.do.. 


502,3 


--..do 


New Hill, R. 1-.-. 
New Hill 


5024 


....do 


G. J. Bright 

A. J. Edwards 

W. G. Adkins 




5025 


..--do 

...-do 


.---do 




5026 


Raleigh.. 




5027 


..--do 


Raleigh, R. 6 

Raleigh.. 


N. G. Arey 




5028 


..-.do 






5029 


----do -... 


...-do 


W. P. Baker & Co. 




5030 
5031 


--..do 

--..do - - 


-..-do 

do 


Baker-Thompson Lumber Co 

J. W. Blalock & Son 

L. W. Bowden 


B. W. Baker 

L W Blalock, Owr. 


5032 


--..do 


-.--do 




5033 


--..do 


..--do 






5034 


-...do 


Raleigh. R. 3 

Raleigh.. 






5035 


-...do 

--..do 


California Fruit Store 


J. E. Stathacos, Mgr- 


50.76 


-...do 




5037 


---.do 


do 


Capital Printing Co 




5038 


....do 


-.--do 




5039 


....do.- 


-.--do 


Garaleigh Phos. and Pert. Works... 





Miscellaneous Factories 



355 



Continued. 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


s a 

els 


Invested 
Capital 


No. 


W L Rowland 






S 7,500 

17,000 

3,500 

1,500 

1,200 

1,000 

4,750 

2,750 

4,500 

500 

1,800 

1,500 

3,000 

1,700 

3,000 

22,000 

1,000 

5,300 

1,500 

1,600 

1,500 

2,500 

4,000 

1,000 

3,500 

630 

650 

35,232 


4987 








4988 








4989 








4990 








4991 








4992 








4993 








4994 


J. E. Wall 






4995 








4996 








4997 








4998 








4999 








5000 








5001 








5002 


W. M. Smith. 






5003 








5004 




Rough lumber and other timber products.. 




5005 








5006 


H H. Waddell 






5007 








5008 








5009 








5010 








5011 








5012 








5013 


G. H. Alford 






5014 








5015 








2,500 

3,000 

1,400 

850 

800 

500 

15,500 

20,000 

7,000 

5,500 

3,500 

3,3.50 

800 

8,600 

89,950 

20,000 

2,000 

7,000 

1,500 

1,1.50 

34,701 

5,000 

146,893 

1,204,547 


5016 








5017 








5018 








5019 








5020 








5021 








5022 








5023 








5024 








5025 








5026 








5027 


C. W. Buchanan 






5028 


W. P. Baker... 






5029 








5030 








5031 








5032 


Albert Bretsch.. . 


Bakery. . 




5033 








5034 








5035 


Robt. H. Warner. 


Mfg. monuments, tombstones and bldg. stone. 




5036 


Ed. F. Snakenberg 


5037 


Edwin W. Yates 






5038 


J. J. Summeral 


Sulphuric acid and fertilizers 




5039 



356 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



5040 

5041 

5042 

5043 

5044 

5045 

5046 

5047 

5048 

5049 

5050 

5051 

5052 

5053 

5054 

5055 

5056 

5057 

5058 

5059 

5060 

5061 

5062 

5063 

5064 

5065 

5066 

5067 

5068 

5069 

5070 

5071 

5072 

5073 

5074 

5075 

5076 

5077 

5078 

5079 

5080 

5081 

5082 

5083 

5084 

5085 

5086 

5087 

5088 

5089 

5090 

5091 



County 



Wake.. 

...do.- 
....do_. 
--do-. 
_--do_. 
....do-, 
-...do.. 
...-dc- 
....do.. 
.—do., 
.-.do., 
.-..do.. 
....do.. 
...-do- 
.— do- 
----do-- 
----do- 

---dO- 

--_do- 
— do- 
-..-do- 
....do.. 

----do- 

----do- 

-— do- 

.---do- 

---do- 

.--do- 

--do- 

.--do-. 

--do- 

..-do-. 

----do-. 

----do- 

— -do- 

-.--do-. 

----do-. 

----dO- 

----do- 
----do- 

----dO-. 

-..-do. 
---do- 
----do- 

--.-dO- 
--.-dO- 

-.--do- 

----dO- 

---do- 
----do- 

---d0_ 

— -do- 



Postoffice 



Raleigh 

---do 

---do-— 

---do 

-.-do 

Raleigh, R. 5-- 

Raleigh 

---do 

---do 

---do 

---do ---- 

---do 

---do 

—do 

.-.do- --- 

.---do 

Raleigh, R. 6- 

.---do 

Raleigh 

.--do 

....do 

.--do 

...do 

..--do 

...-do 

...-do 

---do --. 

.-.-do- --- 

.-.-do 

...-do 

— -do 

-...do 

---.do 

---do 

---do 

----do 

.--do 

---do 

-.--do- 

Raleigh, R. 6- 

Raleigh 

---do 

--do- --- 

----do 

---do 

---do 

---do 

..--do 

Raleigh, R. 1. 

Raleigh 

..-do 

Varina 



Factory 



Carolina Cadillac Co., Inc--- 

Carolina Power and Light Co 

Carolina Washboard Co 

M. J. Carroll _... 

Commercial Printing Co 

C. F. Earp _ 

Edwards & Broughton Ptg. Co 

D. M. Edwards... 

Ellington Art Store 

Ellington Lumber Co 

Eureka Mattress Co.- 

John W. Evans' Son 

A. Gomez 

International ^'egetai)Ie Oil Co 

Johnson Coal and Ice Co 

Jones Bottling Works - . . 

C.J. Lassiter 

I. H. Lynn 

Mills Tire Co 

Mitchell Printing Co 

Motor Service Co., Inc.. 

Mytual Publishing Co., Inc 

Nevins & Flournoy 

Oak City Laundry 

Oldham & Worth, Inc. 

Orgen Printing Co 

Powell & Powell, Inc -. 

Raleigh Brick and Fuel Co 

Raleigh Coca Cola Bot. Works, Inc 

Raleigh Granite Co... --- 

Raleigh Iron Works 

Raleigh Motor Car and Maoh. Co. - 

Raleigh Pepsi-Cola Bot. Co 

Raleigh Roofing & Cornice Co., Inc 

C. B. Ray Harness Co., Ind 

Republic Service Co 

A. D. Royster & Bro.- 

M. A. Rushton, Ind 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, Inc 

L. P. Sorrell 

Dr. A. G. Spingler, Inc 

Standard Motor Co., Ind 

Station Garage 

Storr, Heath & Moone, Inc 

Times Publishing Co., Inc 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.. 

Wake -\'Uto Co., Inc 

White Ice Cream Co. , Inc 

W. H. Woodall 

T. R. Workman.- 

Yates Mill 

Ed. Bradley 



President 



J. W. Weavcr- 



Chas. Lee Smith- 



D. D. Ellington. 



I. W. Johnson. 



Partnership . 



Howard White . 



Robt. G. Lassiter 

W. T. Harding. Prop 



C. G. Wilson- 



Miscellaneous Factories 



357 



Continued. 



Secretary 



S. T. Smiti 

Randolph Jordan. 



Howell L. Smith. 
J. C. Ellington... 



D. J. O'Keefe... 
John E. Evans. 



J. E. Allen.. 
H. E. Jones 



W. H Mills 



H. Roy Fishel. 
J. S. Farmer.. - 



W. S. Dunn 

Hal V. Worth 

L. M. Cheek 

R. H. Merritt 

L. A. Bilisoly 

D. F. Poindexter. 
Ben K. Lassiter... 



L. M. Goodwin 

W. J. Richardson. 
Mamie Alderson.. 



Geo. E. Baucom. 



Jack Carson.. 
R. H. Merritt. 



W. S. Murchison. 



J. C. Root 

Geo. B. Hellen . 
S. D. Crenshaw. 



Geo. H. White. 



Chas. F. Gentry. 



Articles Manufactured 



Repair autos 

Gas, street railway, etc 

Mfg. wood and metal washboards and c. pins. 

Job printing 

Job printing 

Slack cooperage stock 

Printing, engraving, blank books, etc _ 

Corn meal .. 

Picture frames 

Rough lumber 

Mattresses 

Carriage wagon and auto repair shop. 

Mfg. tombstones 

Oil (crude) 

Ice 



SB. 

O e m 
o G QJ 
tTC C 



Bottling soda water. 
Meal and flour 



Vulcanizing and sale of tires . 

Book and job printing 

Repairing autos 

Newspaper and job printing. 
Rough and dressed lumber .. 

Laundry 

Dressed lumber 

Job printing 

Ice 



Common brick 

Bottling soft drinks 

Crushed stone 

Machine shop and foundry jobbing. 

Auto repairing 

Bottling soft drinks 

Roofing and sheet metal work 

Harness 

Auto repairing 

Candy 

Repairing autos 

Laundry business 



Optometristism 

Repairing autos 

Repairing autos 

Book and job printing 

Publishing and printing 

Commercial fertilizers 

Auto repairing 

Ice cream and handling milk and dairy prod- 
Rough lumber 

Picture frames 

Meal and flour 



1871 



1912 



1916 
1830 



Invested 
Capital 



; 810 

516,500 

10,300 

6,210 
77,000 

2,000 
64,500 

2,500 
850 

2,800 

1,350 
.45,200 

1,050 
231,322 

5,000 
18,050 
24,554 
650 
25,900 
45,007 

4,034 
36,263 
24,000 
22,844 
34,000 
13,900 
25,430 
13,500 
27,257 
100,000 



250 
19,465 
35,297 
2,200 
6,650 
14,877 
7,500 
20,207 
1,000 
4,350 
300 
10, '00 
10,950 
70,886 
1893 48,000,000 
14,000 
22,746 
1,000 
478 
1,500 
700 



No. 



5040 
5041 
5042 
5043 
5044 
5045 
5046 
5047 
5048 
5049 
5050 
505V 
5052 
5053 
5054 
5055 
5056 
5057 
5058 
5059 
5060 
5061 
5062 
5063 
5064 
5065 
5066 
5067 
5068 
5069 
5070 
5071 
5072 
5073 
5074 
5075 
5076 
5077 
5078 
5079 
5080 
5081 
5082 
5083 
5084 
5085 
5086 
5087 
5088 
5089 
5090 
5091 



358 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



5092 

5093 

5094 

5095 

5096 

5097 

5098 

5099 

5100 

5101 

5102 

5103 

5104 

5105 

5106 

5107 

5108 

5109 

5110 

5111 

5112 

5113 

5114 

5115 

5116 

5117 

5118 

5119 

5120 

5121 

5122 

5123 

5124 

5125 

5L26 

5127 

5128 

5129 

5130 

5131 

5132 

5133 

5134 

5135 

5136 

5137 

5138 

5139 

5140 

5141 

5142 

5143 

5144 



County 



VVake...- 
.._do-.__ 
...do..- 
...do-. _ 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
....do.-., 
--..do.-- 
-.-.do- — 
._.-do--- 
....do^.. 
.-..do..-. 
....do.--. 

-.--do---. 

--..do-.-, 
-...do... 
---.do-.-. 
....do--. 
_...do_._ 
....do... 
Warren. 

--..dO-- 

.-.-do... 

-...dO-- 

.._.do— 

....do... 

....do.-- 

...-do.-- 

...-do... 

....do... 

-do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

....do.-. 

....do... 

....do... 

...do... 

...do... 

.-.do... 

--.do... 

...do- 

...do- 

.--do.- 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.- 

...do.- 

...do.- 

...do.. 

...do-. 

...do-. 



Postoffice 



Varina 

...do 

Wakefield... 

Wake Forest 

Wake Forest, R. 5 

Wake Forest 

Wake Forest, R. 4 

Wake Forest 

Wendell 

-..-do 

-...do 

Wendell, R. 1-..- 

Wendell 

..-.do 

-..-do... 

Willow Spgs., R. 1 

Willow Springs 

Wilmington , Del. . 

Zebiilon, R. 3 

Zebulon.. --. 

.-.-do.. --.- 

Areola 

-.-.do 

..--do 

Elberon 

Inez 

Littleton 

-...do 

--.do --- 

...do 

...do -- 

--.do 

.-.do --- 

...do 

Macon 

....do 

...do.. 

Mountain View.. 

Norlina 

.-..do... -. 

..-.do 

Ridgeway _ 

Shocco 

Vaughan 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

Wise.. 

Warrenton 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 



Factory 



President 



Carolina Broom Works 

Varina Garage Machine Co 

P. P. Pace.- 

The Dunn Plow Co 

W. F. Kearney 

P. H. Mangum 

J. T. Pruitt 

J. L. Taylor 

Colonial Pine Co., Inc.- 

The Gold Leaf Farmer, Inc 

E. F. Scarboro, Admr 

Smiley Cure Co 

O. F. Tomason 

A. Ward 

Wendell Motor Co 

C. B. .\dams 

Carl J. Rowland 

J. D. Bush & Co 

G. W. Dulve --.- 

StellPittman 

The Zebulon Cotton Oil Co 

Weklon T. Davis 

John T. Gupton 

Robt. I. Harris 

J. L. & G. H. Aycock.. 

P. G. Radford -... 

Cole-Daniel Hardware Co., Part... 

Hand Bros 

J. R. Harris 

H. M. Johnson 

S. D. King Sawmill 

D. L. Ryder 

Swept & Howard 

Union Gin Co -.. 

Edward P. Fetts 

J. T. Ha.thcock 

T. P. Shearin 

Christopher Riggan 

A. S. Bugg 

James L. Burchette 

Aly. G. Hayes. 

B. D. Moore 

Farmers Cooperative Lumber Co. 

W. H. Fishel 

J. H. Harris 

Sam D. King 

J. T. Myrick 

Hicks Sawmill. - - 

I. A. Coleman 

M. S. Dryden 

Pridgen Mfg. Co., Inc 

E. A. Robertson 

E. A. Skillman & Son 



Sam V. Smiley, Owr- 



J. W. Carter, Owr 



L. E. Hicks, Owr. 



C. E. Skillman. Part 



Miscellaneous Factories 



359 



Continued. 



Secretary 



J. E. Brown . 
A. V. Autrey. 



M. E. Dunn. 



J. S. Taylor- 



Marcus A. Rollins. 
W. F. Scarborc... 



W. E. Holton, 



S. Z, Gill. 



G. H. Aycock_ 



J. W. Daniel. 
M. H. Fishel. 



M. H. Fishel.. 
Ernest Alston. 



M. H. Fishel. 



W. M. Bain. 



Articles Manufactured 



Mfg. brooms. 



Mfgs. plows and castings 

Rough lumber. 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Newspaper and pub. house, coml. printing. 

Harness 

Liniment and vegetable compound 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, flour and meal 

General auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



o a tp 
ti o c 



Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco flues. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Pine lumber.- _ 

Custom corn and flour mill and rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1875 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber- 
Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Box shooks 

Rough lumber 



1905 



1918 



Invested 
Capital 



S 6,000 
7,235 
2,400 

10,000 
1,200 

33,000 
1,400 
7,500 

69,991 
7,270 
9,000 

4,650 
7,900 
3,700 
500 
7,200 
16,138 
600 
2,400 
140,000 
2,275 
5,450 
3,450 
1,100 
2,500 
850 
1,000 
3,965 
500 
5,000 
6,610 
1,975 
480 
5,000 
2,300 
5,750 
1,500 
5,000 
1,125 
2,600 
1,750 
700 
43,000 
1,100 
2,000 



4,000 
8,000 
8,500 
79,258 
30,000 
4,000 



No. 



5092 

50J3 

5094 

5095 

5096 

5097 

5098 

5099 

5100 

5101 

5102 

7103 

5104 

5105 

5106 

5107 

5108 

5109 

5110 

5111 

5112 

5113 

5114 

5115 

5116 

5117 

5118 

5119 

5120 

5121 

5122 

5123 

5124 

5125 

5126 

5127 

5128 

5129 

5130 

5131 

5132 

5133 

5134 

5135 

5136 

5137 

5138 

5139 

5140 

5141 

5142 

5143 

5144 



360 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



5145 
5146 
5147 
5148 
5149 
5150 
5151 
5152 
5153 
5154 
5155 
5156 
5157 
5158 
5159 
5160 
5161 
5162 
5163 
5164 
5165 
5166 
5167 
5168 
5169 
5170 
5171 
5172 
5173 
5174 
5175 
5176 
5177 
5178 
5179 
5180 
5181 
5182 
5183 
5184 
5185 
5186 
5187 
5188 
5189 
5190 
5191 
5192 
5193 
5194 
5195 
5196 
5197 



County 



Warren 

....do... 

....do 

Washington.. 

....do .._- 

.._.do 

._-_do 

....do 

...-do 

....do ___. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do..- 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

... -do.. ...... - 

....do 

....do 

..--do 

---.do 

--..do 

..--do 

-.-.do 

Watauga 

.---do 

.---do- 

....do 

....do- -. 

..--do 

....do 

.---do 

----do- -.- 

---.do 

---.do- 

.--.do- — 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

----do 

----do 

---.do 

.--.do 

.---do 

-...do- 

....do 

...-do --. 

----do 

---.do --. 

--.-do 



Postoflfice 



Factory 



Warrenton 

---do 

Warren Plains 

Beasley 

Crcswell -- 

-.-do 

--.do 

-.-do 

...do... 

...do 

...do 

---do-.-. - 

Mackeys 

Plymouth- - 

---do 

--do 

---do 

---do 

---do 

-.-do -- 

--.do 

---do 

Roper - 

-.-do 

---do 

---do— - 

Westover 

Amantha 

Banner Elk, R 1-- 

BeavOr Dam 

.--.do 

Blowing Rock, Rl 
BlowingRockR D. 

Blowing Rock 

...do 

Boone .- 

— -do 

.---do I 

do I 

Boone, R. 1 

Brookside 

Brownwood 

Cone Creek 

Hackett 

Hopkins 

.---do 

.---do 

Leander 

Meat Camp 

Penley 

Reese 

Rominger 

Rutherwood 



Warrenton Electric Light Co., Inc-- 

Edmund White _ 

Leonard Wilkes - 

S. B. Davenport... 

Basnight Grist Mill 

C. M. Davenport & Son 

C. B. Holmes 

T. C. Holmes 

Milton C. McGowan -- 

W. D. Peal 

Mrs. N. J. Rhodes--. 

Sawyer's Repair Shop 

S. B. Davenport 

Central G arage. - 

A. T. Dardcn & Bro 

Hassel Bros. Bakery 

A. C. Larson 

L. A. Peal 

Plymouth Brick Co 

Price Garage - 

T. L. Sattcrthwaite - _ 

Wilts Veneer Co 

J. W. Buchanan 

Buggy Mfg. Co 

J. E. Phelps 

John L. Roper Lumber Co 

G. W. Ayers 

Bingham Roller Mills 

J. R. Lowe 

Hagaman i Dotson Mill Co.- - 

Hinson c\ Eggers. 

Gragg t'c Loizeaux 

Bascom A. Hampton 

Lentz Bros 

H. B. Trirlett 

A. D. Blair ---- 

Boone Planing Mills 

Henry Lewis 

Three Forks Co-oper. Cheese Co. -- 

Joseph Vandyke 

Will H. McGuire 

Green & Miller... 

B H.Henson & James B.Praffet--- 

Cool Springs Cheese Factory 

Deep Gap Co-oper. Cheese Co., Inc. 

Moritz & Greene 

W. A. Watson 

W. G. Stout 

Hosea Winebarger 

J. M. Bradshaw 

Geo. P. Sherrill... ..- 

W. S. Rominger & Sons 

S. C. Carroll 



President 



A. T. Darden.Part-. 



B. Jones 

T. L. Sattcrthwaite. 



S. J. Baico, Owr. 



E. F. Bingham, Owr. 
Roy Hagaman 



W. L. Winkler, Owt.. 



i 



Miscellaneous Factories 



361 



Continued. 



Secretary 



O. G. Height. 



C. M. Davenport- 



R. H. Sawjer, Owner. 
J. A. Stutts 



L. C. Hassel- 
S. A. Larson. 



D. S. Jones. 
P. A. Price. 



W. B. Simmons. 
A. F. Johnston.. 



J. E. Phelp... 
S. T. Pollard. 



Wm. J. Hampton. 
J. A. Lentz 



H. Neal Blair. 



E. F. Younce 

B. H. Henson 

John B. Hopkins. 

V. H. Maetz 

E. W. Moritz 



Articles Manufactured 



Ice 

Flour and corn meal. 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Corn meal 

Auto repairing 



Auto repairing 



Repairing log carts, log wagons, buggies, etc.. 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairs 

Rough lumber 

Bread, cakes, pies 

Brick 

Wagons and repair work 

Brick 

Auto repairs 

Cotton gin and sawmill 

Rough lumber, veneers 

Auto repairing 

Farm carts 

Flour, grist mill and lumber 

Rough, dressed lumber, shingles, laths 



0) c 

o S S 
tT o c 

° 3 
►S cPQ 



Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and planing mill. 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumb er 

Cheese 

Rough lumber 

Job printing, stationery, pam., circulars, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Whole milk, cheese 

Whole milk, cheese 

Rough lumber 



Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist mill. 



Flour and grist-mill products 



1900 



1913 



1906 



Invested 
Capital 



12,000 
14,000 
35,000 

200 
2,350 
1,135 
1,000 
5,000 
2,000 

180 
2,700 
3,300 
2,500 

500 

1,000 

2,500 

18,850 

10,000 

1,000 

1,000 

3,000 

726,048 

4,500 

1,025 

2,025 

604,866 

1,500 

4,000 

4,000 

400 

300 
2,000 
1,175 
1,500 

650 

800 
4,000 

800 
2,450 
1,000 

500 
1,200 

950 

650 
1,500 
1,500 

650 
2,900 

100 

600 
1,000 
1,500 

600 



No. 



5145 
5146 
5147 
5148 
5149 
5150 
5151 
5152 
5153 
5154 
5155 
5156 
5157 
5158 
5159 
5160 
5161 
5162 
5153 
5154 
5165 
5166 
5167 
5168 
5169 
5170 
5171 
5172 
5173 
5174 
5175 
5176 
5177 
5178 
5179 
5180 
5181 
5182 
5183 
5184 
5185 
5186 
5187 
5188 
5189 
5190 
5191 
5192 
5193 
5194 
5195 
5196 
5197 



362 



iN'oRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



5198 

5199 

5200 

5201 

5202 

5203 

5204 

5205 

5206 

5207 

5208 

5209 

5210 

5211 

5212 

5213 

5214 

5215 

5216 

5217 

5218 

5219 

5220 

5221 

5222 

5223 

5224 

5225 

5226 

5227 

5228 

5229 

5230 

5231 

5232 

5233 

5234 

5235 

5236 

5237 

5238 

5239 

5240 

5241 

5242 

5243 

5244 

5245 

5246 

5247 

5248 

5249 

5250 



County 



Postoffice 



Watauga Ruthcrwood... 

do do 

do Sands 

do Shulls Mills— - 

do do 

.do do - 

do do 

do do 

do..- Stony Fork 

do do 

do Sugar Grove.-- 

.do do 

.do do 

do do— -- 

do do 

do do 

do Sweet Water ... 

do Tamarack 

_...do Todd 

do Valle Crucis — 

do,.. do. 

....do Vilas, R. F. D. 

do Vilas 

do do 

do -. Yuma 

...do Zionville.- 

.__do do 

Wayne Bentonville 

...do do 

...do Dudley, R.1-. 

_._do Dudley 

do Dudley, R.I.. 

..do Dudley. _ 

..do do 

_.do do 

_.do Eureka 

.-do do 

._do Fremont 

.-do ...do 

..do do 

..do ; Goldsboro 

-.do do 

-.do do 

--do Goldsboro. R. 



-.-.do- 
..--do. 
....do. 
-.--do 
....do. 
-.--do. 
----do. 
----do- 
--.-do- 



Goldsboro 

.---do 

Goldsboro, R. 3. 

Goldsboro 

..-.do 

..-.do 

Goldsboro, R. 2- 

Goldsboro 

-.-.do 



Factory 



President 



Gragg & Loizeaux 

C. E. Hardin 

B. J. Davis 

Sam Austin 

Robbins Bottlini? Works 

Gragg & Greenwell 

Love & Holler - -- 

C. W. Moody 

Clenard Greene - 

I. S. Green 

John W. Cable -- 

Carnett's Grist Mill-- 

Cove Creek Coopera. Cheese Fac... 

Greene Mills 

J. W. Moore 

Watauga Roller Mills -- 

H. H. Farthington & J. H, Perry -- 

A. E. Ellison -- 

F. H. Neal Lumber Co 

Guy Brothers - 

The Mission Cheese Factory 

Daniel Boone Cooper. Cheese Fac. _ 

E. W. Cannon 

Wm. L. Henson 

Watson's Grist Mill. 

B. H. Castle 

R. P. Robinson & J. A. Beach 

The Old Cox Grist Mill 

The Thornton Sawmill 

Casey Bros 

John Cox 

George King 

Lightwood Knot Mill 

Sleepy Creek Mill 

Swift Creek Lumber Co 

J. F. Coley 

Eureka Milling Co 

Fremont Garage Co 

Fremont Oil Mill Co 

C. F. Rose 

Acme Blacksmith anl CarriageWks 

Adams Mfg. Co -- 

Auto Tire and Equipment Co. ,Inc 

The Barden Gin and Mills 

Barnes-Harrell Grocery Co 

Beston Lumber Co 

Bizzell's Mill 

Borden Brick and Tile Co., Inc 

Bromalgine Co., Inc 

Brown Auto and Supply Co 

Casey Mills .- 

C. E. Croon's Sheet Iron Works... 
Dewey Bros.. Inc 



Wade L. Greene. 



J., J., and A Watson 



Jule Ivey. 



Jasper Potts 

W. R. Ross.Bookkpr. 



J. C. Barden- 



Benj. Casey, Jr.,Owr. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



363 



Continued. 



Secretary 



Izard T. Barnett. 
E. B. Hardin 



Jesse Robbins, Jr. 
W. V. Calloway.. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Soda w 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 
Rough 



lumber, 
lumber, 
lumber. 
lumber. 

ater 

lumber- 
lumber, 
lumber. 
lumber. 



t, E K 
O 5 K 

t, o c 
gO'S 



Invested 
Capital 



500 
500 
1,400 
1,200 
1,000 
3,300 
3,050 
1,350 
700 



No. 



5198 

5199 

5200 

5201 

5202 

5203 

5204 

5205 

5206 

5207 

5208 

5209 

5210 

5211 

5212 

5213 

5214 

5215 

5216 

5217 

5218 

5219 

5220 

5221 

5222 

5223 

5224 

5225 

5226 

5227 

5228 

5229 

5230 

5231 

5232 

5233 

5234 

5235 

5236 

5237 

5238 

5239 

5240 

5241 

5242 

5243 

5244 

5245 

5246 

5247 

5248 

5249- 

5250 



C. F. Carnett, owner. 



Jno. H. Mast. 
J. H. Perry... 



F. H. Neal_. 
H. H. Yates. 



Owners . 



W. C. Thornton. 
Sam C. Casey 



J. Greenfield, Miller. 



L. R. Jones... 
Sam Bennett- 
J. B. Love 



Jno. Williams. 
M. L. Adams.. 
W. R. Henly.. 



N. L. Rawlings 

P. F. Garris 

B. F. Smith, miller. 
K. F. Borden, Jr 

C. L. Buneller. 



Rough lumber 

Corn meal and feed 

Cheese 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour and grist 

Flour and feed ground. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Whole milk, cheese 

Whole milk, cheese 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed... 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Meal 



Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Meal 



Meal 

Rough lumber 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber and corn meal 

Auto repairs 

Cotton-seed products, fert., cotton gin, etc. 
Meal 



C. E. Croon 

E. E. Hood, Treas. 



General repairs 

Making of stalk choppers and gen. repairs. 
Vulcanizing, repairing autos, gen. supplies. 

Cotton gin, meal and flour 

Bottling soft drinks 

Rough lumber 

Meal , f Jour 

Common brick 

Mfg. Bro-Mal-Gin medicine 

Auto repairing 



Barn flues, plate repairing, cornice works. 
Mach. shop and foundry mill supplies 



2 
263 
b 
2 
3 
26 



970 
500 
835 
085 
000 
400 
000 
500 
100 
625 
934 
700 
700 
000 
350 
100 
900 
200 
800 
850 
400 
,800 
,000 
,120 
,784 
,500 
,000 
,950 
,337 
,000 
,000 
,900 
,000 
,500 
,483 
,400 
,000 
,521 



364 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


PostofEce 


Factory 


President 


5251 


Wayne 

do 


Goldsboro 

-do 


Edgerton Salt Brick Co 




5252 




A. H. Edgerton 


5253 


-...do 


-.--do 






5254 


..- do 


----do 






5255 


.-.do 


.-..do—. 






62ob 
5257 


....do 

do - 


..-.do 

.-.-do 


Goldsboro Mill, and Grain Storage. 
The Goldsboro Weekly Record. ... 


H. G. Maxwell 


5258 


do 


- do 






5259 


-.-.do 

....do—- 

do 


Goldsboro, R. 4— 

Goldsboro 

-.--do 


Grantham's Store Mills .-. .-- 




5260 


A T. Griffin Mfg. Co 




5261 


Hall Motor Co -- 




5262 


-...do..-. 

do 


....do 

....do 


The Ham Grist Mill 




5263 






5264 


do 


- do 


Hood's Garage 




5265 


....do 

....do -- 

---do 

-..do- -- 

..-.do 

-—dp- 

do 


Goldsboro, R. 6.-. 

Goldsboro 

----do 

Goldsboro, R. 4... 

Goldsboro 

---do 

do — 






5266 






5267 


T. B. Jenkins Tobacco Co.-. 




5268 






5269 


Leggett's Garage - 




5270 
5271 


Mint-Cola Bottling Works-.. 


C. E. Roane, Owr 


5272 


do 


do 


The Nash Printery 




5273 


. do .... 


----do 


Palace Drug Store, Partners 




5274 


do - 


....do 






5275 


do 


...do 






5276 


do 


do 






5277 


.---do 

-...do 

..-do 

..--do ---- 

---do 

do . - 


Goldsboro, R. 4..- 
Goldsboro, R. 1--- 
Goldsboro, R. 1-.. 

Goldsboro 

-..-do- 

....do- 


L. U. Perkins - . 




5278 


T. S. Perkins 




5279 


W. J. Perkins . . . 




5280 


Piland & Sons Garage Co... . 


W. A. Piland. - 


5281 


Rovall Ice Cream Co. 




5282 


G. R. Saleeby Bros.. 




5283 


-..do 

do 


....do 

. do 


John Slaughter & Co., Inc 




5284 


Smith Grist Feed Mill- 


Frank Smith 


5285 


do 


do 


The Smith Milling Co. 




5286 
5287 


----do - — 

do 


--..do 

do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co 


J. A. Ryan, A. Aud. . 


5288 


do 


do .. 






5289 


do 


do 


T. I. Sutton Hardware Co., Ind 




5290 


do 


do 


Utility Mfg. Co. 




5291 


do 


do 


T. R. Vicks Metal Works 




5292 


---do 

do 


...-do 

do 






5293 






5294 


..-do 

—do 

-..do 

do -. 


....do 

....do 

Goldsboro, R. 2-- 

.--.do— -.- 






5295 
5296 


Wayne Red Brick Co 

Whitlev Grist Mill 


Geo. A. Norwood 


5297 


Wilson & Grant M!g. and Gin Co... 


Bill Grant. Part 


5298 


---do 

---do 

—do 

--.do 

do 


Goldsboro, R. 4-.. 

Greenleaf 

Kenly 

Kenly, R. 4 

do 




5299 






5300 
5301 


.\ycock Grist Mill 

P. R. Peacock 


G. W. Aycock, Owr... 


5302 


George Waddell 




5303 


—do — - 


Millers Station 


Casey Ginning and Mlg. Co., Inc... 





t 



Miscellaneous Factories 



365 



Continued. 



Secretary 



G. S. Dames.. 
J. L. Morton. 



Chas. A. Brown 

Edwin Goodwin 

J. M. Grantham 

E. A. Griffin 

R. H. Davis 

Ralph Lane, Miller- 
Ira G. Hood 

W. G. Hood 

O. J. Howell 

J. O. Jeffreys 

G. W. Holt 



Ben Leggett, 



Miss Lorenzia Parker. 

J. W. Nash 

T. N. Walters 



Otis A. Mazell 

H. Z. Bogne, Mgr.. 



T. C. Harris. 



John O. Royall. 
G. R. Saleeby.. 
John Slaughter. 



J. H. B. Smith. 



S. Baddom 

Blanard Spence 

T. I Sutton 

E. H. Graham 

J. N. Williams 

Jno. J. Devine 

Geo. M. Warrick 

G. W. Flauris 

Thos. H. Holmes 

Geo. Whitley, Owner . 



Gurney HollswelL 
Will Swiiison 



Articles Manufactured 



Ransom Creech, Mgr. 



Salt brick . 

Veneer panels, boxes and lu,mber 

Auto and general repairs 

Baking products 

Ice 



Corn milling — 

Publishing and job printing 

Auto repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Auto repairing and vulcanizing 

Grinding corn for meal and feed 

Auto repairing 

Auto sale and repairing 

Rough lumber 

Bottling of soda waters 

Tobacco hogsheads 

Rough lumber, shingles and tobacco sticks.. 
Auto repairing, painting and upholstering... 

Bottling soft drinks 

Auto repairing 

Job printing 

Ice cream 

Sales and auto repairing 

General repair autos 

Bottling pepsi-cola, mfg. carbonated sodas.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Auto repairing 

Ice cream 

Ice cream 

Stovepipes, tob. flues, cornice, plumbing, etc. 
Meal 



Milling corn 

Cotton-seed products 

Skirts and middy blouses 

Auto repairs 

Vulcanizing and repairing, making of tob. flues 

Box shocks and panels. 

Flues and skylights, frames, cornice roofing .. 

Rough lumber 

Milling corn, ginning and sawing lumber 

Gen. farm implements, fac. stoves, Ibr. trucks 
Brick 



Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Auto repairs 

Flour, meal, feed and rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



t« o c 



1910 



191.3 



Invested 
Capital 



15,304 

350,000 

1,600 

3,900 

73,970 

55,947 

4,300 

5,350 

10,000 

106,000 

1,950 

2,400 

37,850 

45,000 

4,400 

5,174 



3,800 

2,925 

10,750 

10,500 

23,250 

2,450 

3,400 

13,200 

12,122 

1,400 

5,650 

5,175 

17,040 

6,100 

550 

14,650 

2,400 

7,150 

289,804 

12,751 

3,1.50 

2,070 

112,202 

5,000 

186,104 

25,000 

72,962 

20,000 

2,500 

3,600 

14,700 

4,800 

6,400 

6,130 

1,800 

5,300 



No. 



5251 
5252 
5253 
5254 
5255 
5256 
5257 
5258 
5259 
5260 
5261 
5262 
5263 
5264 
5265 
5266 
5267 
5268 
5269 
5270 
5271 
5272 
5273 
5274 
5275 
5276 
5277 
5278 
5279 
5280 
5281 
5282 
5283 
5284 
5285 
5286 
5287 
5288 
5289 
5290 
5291 
5292 
5293 
5294 
5295 
5296 
5297 
5298 
5299 
5300 
5301 
5302 
5303 



366 



I^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Takle No. 1- 



No. 



County 



5304 
5305 
5306 
5307 
5308 
5309 
5310 
5311 
5312 
5313 
5314 
5315 
5316 
5317 
5318 
5319 
5320 
5321 
5322 
5323 
5324 
5325 
5326 
5327 
5328 

5329 ! 

5330 ' 
5331 
5332 
5333 
5334 
5335 
5336 
5337 
5338 
5339 
5340 
5341 
5342 
5343 
5344 
5345 
5346 
5347 
5348 
5349 
5350 
5351 
5352 
5353 
5354 
5355 
5356 



Wayne.. 
....do..-. 
..__do.... 
....do.... 
....do-.-. 
...-do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
.---do.... 
.-..do.... 
....do-.. 
....do.... 
....do... 
...-do... 
....do... 
-.-.do... 
-..-do... 
....do-. 
-.--do— 
-.--do... 
....do... 
....do— 
-.--do... 
....do... 
....do.- 

..--dO-- 

.-.-do-. 
....do— 
....do— 
--do... 
.-do-, 
.-do- 
..do.- 
--do— 
--do... 

...-do— 

....do— 

Wilkes.. 

...do... 

...do... 

.--do... 

...do... 

..-do... 

-.-do-. 

..-do-. 

...do— 
....do... 
...-do— 
....do... 
....do-. 

...-dO- 

..--do.. 

..--dO- 



Postoffice 



Mt. Olive 

...do 

Mt. Olive, R. 7... 

Mt. Olive 

...do 

Mt. Olive, R. 4..- 

Mt. Olive 

...do 

Mt. Olive, R. 5 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Olive, R.3... 

Mt. Olive 

---do 

-..do 

.-.do 

Mt. Olive, R. 1..-. 
Mt. Olive, R. 6... 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Olive, R. 1..- 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Olive, R. 3... 

Mt. Olive 

....do 

Mt. Olive, R. 1 

Mt. Olive 

New Hope 

Pikeville 

....do 

....do 

....do 

----do 

Pikeville, R. 3 

Pikeville 

Saulston, R. 1 

Saulston 

Seven Spgs. , R. 2. 

White Hall 

Abshers 

Adley 

Benham 

..--do 

Boomer 

....do 

Boomer, R. 2 

-.-.do -- 

Buck 

-...do 

Cycle 

Dehart 

....do- 

Dimmette 

Doughton 

Fairplain 



Factory 



President 



Anders Motor Co 

Bell's Machine Works 

R. Q. Brown 

Enterprise Lumber Co... 

Flowers' Grist Mill 

Z. V. Hanell 

Hatcher's Garage 

B. O. Holmes -.. 

J. J. Jones 

Jones Mill 

W. T. Kennedy - 

Robert Kornegay 

B. E. Martin 

Martin's Grist Mill 

Mount Olive Mfg. Co. 

M. D. Parks --- 

William Potts 

Service Auto Co 

Southerland & Turner Mill 

C. Summerlin Shops 

Sutton & Jackson Sawmill 

Waters Ice Cream Factory 

Wells Auto Shop 

A. J. & Mack Williams 

Williams Grist Mill 

Wood Grain Mill 

J. M. Airheart Co 

City Garage 

Colliers Garage 

N. B. Fulton Mill 

Grannie Branch Lumber Co... 

Frank Smith's Sawmill 

Stephenson's Garage 

Newsome Gin and Milling Co.. 

P. F. Pope 

Herring & Grady Mill 

Murvin & Benton Grist Mill... 

W. D. Woodruff 

H G. Piper 

Smith's Roller Mills 

J. M. Spicer 

Foster & Ferguson 

Livingston Mill 

W. E. Minton 

W. C. Walsh 

A. P. Minton Sawmill 

Parson's Corn Mill __ 

J. F. Walker 

Harold Bros 

J. W. Walker 

J. K. Thorpe & Chas. Wood-. 

C. L. & J. T. Parks 

P. M. Baugess - 



Nathan O'Berry 

Wm. & G. L. Flowers 



Y. F. Jones, Owr. 



D. S. Martin, Owr. 



J. Williams, Owr. 

J. M.Wood 

J. M. Airheart 



G. L. Livingston, Mgr 



A. P. Minton, Owr 

G. O. Parsons, Owr.. 



Partnership - - 

C. L. Parks, Part 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



367 



Continued. 



Secretary 



H. D. Anders. 
F. D. Bell 



Thomas O'Berry. 



J. L. Hatcher- 
Handy Worth. 



S. B. Taylor. 



M. Payelas 

I. T. Turner-. 
C. Summerlin. 



Mrs. M. F. Waters. 

J. K. Wells 

Mack W'illiams 



M. E. Bissett 
J. S. Collier.. 



J. R. Tatton. 



H. G. Stephenson. 
J. S. McCandless _ 
Nathan O. Smith. 
T. L Sasser 



Elias Smith. 



Articles Manufactured 



Genera! motor and repairs __ 

General repairs, mfg. tobacco flues . 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Meal 



Rough lumber 

General motor repairs 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, and meal 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, veneers, slack, coop, stock 

Meal and cotton gin . 

Veneers, meal 

Rough lumber ._ 

Rough lumber 

General repairs of auto and motor engines 

Rough lumber 

General repairs of wagons, etc 

Rough lumber 

Ice cream 

Repairing of autos and vulcanizing 

Rough lumber _ 

Flour, meal . 

Meal... 



" g 

>- C 03 

O e m 
t, O G 

go-s 

a t- == 
« off) 



1836 



Rough lumber 

Repairing autos and farm machinery. 
General repair shop, repair of autos... 
Meal.... 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Gen. repair of autos and all classes of mach.. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Meal 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Mfg. flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber and all other timber products. 

Lumber 

Grinding corn, wheat and rye 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber and cross-ties 

Meal 



Rough lumber- 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber.. 



1885 



1908 



Invested 
Capital 



; 58,400 

13,650 
1,700 
325,400 
1,000 
3,000 
4,000 
2,750 
2,350 
3,000 
5,190 
3,180 

13,800 
2,500 

28,443 
1,575 
2,550 

11,000 
5,100 
7,300 
1,400 
2,065 
8,500 
1,800 
3,750 

10,000 

12,630 
4,550 
4,200 
5,300 
1,750 

12,000 
4,400 
2,. 500 
9,180 
4,150 
4,400 
1,100 
1,400 
1,500 
800 
1,200 
1,000 
1,750 
2,500 
800 
200 

4,625 



700 

1,725 

650 



No. 



5304 

5305 

5306 

5307 

5308 

5309 

5310 

5311 

5312 

5313 

5314 

5315 

5316 

5217 

5318 

5319 

5320 

5321 

5322 

5323 

5324 

5325 

5326 

5327 

5328 

5329 

5330 

5331 

5332 

5333 

5334 

5335 

5336 

5337 

5338 

5339 

5340 

5341 

5342 

5343 

5344 

5345 

5346 

5347 

5348 

5349 

5350 

5351 

5352 

5353 

5354 

5355 

5356 



368 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Tabi.k No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


Factory 


President 


5.^57 


Wilkes 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 


Gilreath 


A. P. Hix Sawmill 




5358 


— do.... -- 

Halls Mills 

Hunting Creek 

Jennings, R. 1 

Jennings 


J. T. Humphries Corn Mill 




5359 


F. M. Shumate 




5360 






5361 
5362 


- — do 

....do. . 


McCarter & Davis Sawmill. 

W. J. Templeton Corn Mill . .. 


W. M. McCarter, Part 


5363 


....do.. . 


Billings , Crabb & Co. 


W. F. Billings , Part. 


5364 


-..-do 




G. E. Robinett.. 




5365 
5366 


....do 

....do 

do 


Millers Creek 

— .do 

Moravian Falls. -. 

....do 

do 


Nichols Flour and Grist Mill 


J. W. Nichols, Owr... 


5367 




W. C. Scroggs.Part.. 
T. G. Hester, Part... 


5368 
5369 


....do 

....do.... 


Hester & Brookshire Sawmill 

Moravian Falls Mlg.and Power Co 

Rhoades & Kilby's Sawmill-. 

R. S. Gregory & E. C. Everage 

T. H. C. Kollers Mill 

D. A. Holleman 


5370 


-. do . 


do 


J. A. Rhoades, Part 


5371 
5372 
5373 


-..do --.. 

...-do 

-..-do 


Newcastle _ 

--do 

Osbornville 

Pores Knob 

do 


E. C. Everage, Part.. 
S. A. Mitchell, Owr.. 


5374 


do 






5375 


....do 






5376 


--.-do 

do 


....do 


Meadows Mill Mfg. Co 


F. C. Forrester 


5377 


J. C. Ellis 




5378 


...-do 


do 


G. W. Greer. . .- 




5379 


----do 


do 


F. F. Wolfe 




5380 


....do 


Radical 


B. F. Hayes 




5381 


.. .do ... 


Reedie'S River 

do 






5382 


...-do-- 

-...do 

--..do 

..--do 

....do 


J L Whittington's Mill 




5383 

5384 


Roaring River 

.-do. 


E. M. & J. Q. Blackburn. 

Blue Ridge Corn Mill Co 


E. M. Blackburn, Pt. 


5385 


do - 






5386 


do 


Elkin Box Co. . 




5387 


.-.do.- - 

.. .do.... 


.-.-do 


C. H. Greenwood F. and G. Mill.. - 




5388 


do 




5389 


.. do . 


do 






5390 


-..-do 

- do 


-..do 

do 


M. J. Palmer Mfg. Co., Cor 




5391 






539" 


--.do 

--..do 


—do 




D. L. Henderson 


5393 






5394 


.---do 


do 






5395 


...-do 

...-do 


-..-do 

do 




J. S. Burcham, Owr. _ 


5396 






5397 


...-do 


do 






5398 


...-do 


do 


W. A. Gwyn's Sawmill 




5399 


--..do 


do 


G. W. Palmer 




5400 


-...do 


do 






5401 


-...do 


do 


Sale & Poplin . 




5402 


-...do 


do 


T. H. Settle - . 




5403 


-..do 

--..do 

.-.do 

-...do 

-..-do 

...-do 


Ronda, R. 1 

Ronda 






5404 


Williams Mill Mfg. Co. 


A. V. Foote-.- 


5405 
5406 


— .do 

Springfield 


Yadkin Valley Mill and Lbr. Co 

Blevins Mills -- 

Mink & Winkler Sawmill 


R. L. Hickinson 

G. E. Blevins . 


5407 


Partnership 


5408 


do 




5409 


...-do 


.—do 


Winkler Corn Mill 


J. E. Winkler, Owr... 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



369 



Continued. 



Secretary 



J. T. Humphries, Part. 



R. C. Meadows. 



C. H. Greenwood- 



A. W. Smith 

C. H. Greenwood, Owner. 



H. A. Burchette. 



N. E. Parker. 



G. C. Poplin. 



J. W. Miner. 
W. E. Sale... 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Grinding corn and rye. 

Rough lumber — 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Grinding corn and rye- 
Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed... 

Flour, meal 

Rough lumber _ . 



Grinding flour, meal, feed; axe, picks, handles 



Rough lumber.-. 
Flour, meal. feed. 
Rough lumber — 



Rough lumber and all timber products. 

Grist mill 

Rough lumber _-- -- 



Rough lumber -.-_-_ 

Rough lumber ..-.. 

Rough lumber — 

Grist mill, rough and dressed lumber- 
Rough lumber 

Corn mills 



Box shooks - 

Flour, meal, bran and middling -- 

Rough lumber and all timber products 

Lumber 

Mfg. corn mills.- - 

Rough lumber. 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Packing and handling can. goods, fruits and veg 

Flour and meal 

Box shooks and wooden packing cases 

Harness oil 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Chicken coops and egg cases 

Packing and canned foods 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber, flour and meal 

Corn mills 

Corn mill and box shooks 

Flour and meal 

Lumber 



Flour, meal and feed. 

24— Dept. Labor, 1920. 



" 5 

go-: 

5gc 



1904 



1900 



Invested 
Capital 



2,150 
1,700 

850 
1,000 

800 

750 

500 
1,500 

600 

350 
9,000 
1,550 
8,200 

500 
2,300 
2,500 
3,950 
1,100 
5,800 
15,000 
7,500 
1,000 

900 
4,450 

800 
13,200 

900 
49,961 

320 
5,532 
16,800 
2,000 



35,657 

800 

3,100 

800 

4,000 

700 

23,000 
1,700 
4,400 
4,275 
3,800 
500 
1,280 
2,800 

84,440 

23,4.50 
5,000 
1,100 
1,650 
1,000 



No. 



5357 
5358 
5359 
5360 
5361 
5362 
5363 
5364 
5365 
5366 
5367 
5368 
5369 
5370 
5371 
5372 
5373 
5374 
5375 
5376 
5377 
5378 
5379 
5380 
5381 
5382 
5383 
5384 
5385 
5386 
5387 
5388 
5389 
5390 
5391 
5392 
5393 
5394 
5395 
5396 
5397 
5398 
5399 
5400 
5401 
5402 
5403 
5404 
5405 
5406 
5407 
5408 
5409 



370 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



County 



Wilkes. - 
—do— . 
...do—. 
...do—. 
...do... 
...do.... 
...do... 
__.do... 
_..do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do— 
.._do.. 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
..-.do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
..._do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
-...do... 
....do... 
Wilson. 
.-..do .. 
....do... 
.-..do... 
.-..do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
...-do.. 



Poatoffice 



State Road 

...do 

...do..... 

Teaphill 

Thurmond 

Tomax 

Wilkesboro 

...do 

Wilkesboro. R. 1- 

Wilkesboro .- 

...do 

...do -. 

...do 

No. Wilkesboro.. - 

...do. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

N. Wksboro, R. 1. 
N. Wksboro, R. 2. 

N. Wilkesboro 

.-..do.... -. 

.-..do.... 

....do --. 

.-..do .- 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do.. 

N. Wksboro, R. 2. 
N. Wilkesboro.. - 

....do. 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

..-.do 

N. Wksboro, R. 2 
N. Wksboro, R. 1 

Black Creek 

....do... 

....do 

Lucama, R. 3 

Sims 

....do 

Stantonsburg 

....do 

-...do 

-...do 

Wilson 

do --- 



Factory 



Hanes' Roller Mill 

D. Westley Hanes Corn Mill 

Judge Hayes 

Teaphill Milling Co -.. 

Candell Corn Mill 

Banguess Milling Co 

Crysel Corn Mill 

Joel Minton 

J. M. Minton's Sawmill 

Plummer's Grist Mill 

Wilkes Patriot Pub. Co 

Wilkesboro Pottery Works 

W. L. Wilson 

R. C. Barnett 

Blacksmith Repair Shop 

Brame Drug Co., Inc 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Gordon Brick Co 

Harness and Repair Shop, Ind 

The Hustler Publishing Co., Cor. 

E. M. Hutchinson 

Jones Corn Mill 

Laurel Creamery Co... 

Lineberry Foundry and Mach. Co 

W. H. McLean 

W. C. Meadows Mill Co 

Mink & Stafford Sawmill 

New Williams Mill Co., Inc 

N. Wilkesboro Roller Mills. - 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Ind 

D. E. Reeves 

Reins Bros., Ind 

Sebastian Eli _ 

C. C. Smoot & Sons 

S. V. Tomlinson 

The Turner White Coffin Co 

Wilkes Journal 

The Wilkesboro Mfg. Co.- --- 

E. V. Willfams Co., Inc 

R. C. Wood 

Wyatt & Miller Sawmill 

.\derson Bass — 

.\.. G. Evans Sawmill 

Glenn Evans, Jr., Sawmill & Planer 

H. W. Lamm 

Burnett Supply Co 

R. Lee Scott 

James Harrison 

John Howell & Co 

J. A. Moore 

Stantonsburg Lumber Co 

Barrett Printing House 

Carolina Laundry 



President 



C. O. Pruitt... 

W. T. Candell, Owr. 
J. & P. Banguess... 
T. M. Crysel, Owr... 



Partnership 

S. W. Plummer, Owr. 



W. A. McNeill... 

S.V. Tomlinson, Owr 



J. N. Jones, Owr. 
Partnership 



Partnership. 



A. O. Bray. 



H. Calvin, V.-P. 



J. G. Hackett. 



N. A. Wyatt, Part. 



J. M. Burnett, Owr... 



Miscellaneous Factories 



371 



Continued. 



I 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


Incorporated 
or Commenced 
Business 

to <j 


No. 


W. L. Hanea 


Grinding wheat, corn and rye 




- S 8,600 
500 
650 
8,000 
200 
6,200 
400 
900 
450 
370 
8,300 
1,450 
10,975 
6,500 
6,500 
80,404 
25,000 
8,000 
1,500 
250 
2,300 
550 
1,650 
9,200 
5,500 
51,000 
4,500 


5410 










Rough lumber 




5411 
5412 
5413 
5414 
5415 
5416 
5417 




Flour, meal 






Flour, meal 






Flour, meal and feed 












Rough lumber 






Rough lumber and all timber products 






5418 
5419 
5420 
5421 
5422 
5423 
5424 




Meal and feed 




Jos. M. Prevette 


Printing weekly newspaper, job work 




J. B. Kennedy 


Jugs, crocks, flower pots, etc 






Rough lumber 






Wagons, etc. 




R. C. Barnett 


Mfg. wagon bodies, buggies, etc 




W. P. Kelly 


Wholesale, retail and manufacturing druggists. 


1904 


C. 0. McNeiU 


5425 
5426 






W. L. Yates 


Harness 




5428 
5429 


W. E. Pharr 














Flour, meal . 




5431 
5432 
5433 
5434 
5435 


R. E. CaudilL.. 


Manufacturing butter 






Foundry and machine shop 












Grain grinding mills 












Stone bMrnmills for grinding grain 




5436 
5437 








51,072 

300 

500 

7,350 




Ice cream 




5438 
5439 




Rough lumber 










5441 
5442 
5443 




Lumber 


1910 




Tanning .. 


1,699,348 
5,300 

50,789 
8,573 
19,700 

20,143 
975 
1,775 
3,500 
1,600 
3,050 
1,100 
9,000 
1,000 
6,500 
3,500 
800 

14,500 
5,000 

19,S50 










Planing mill.. ... 




5445 


Dan. J. Carter 


Weekly newspaper and job printing 










Building material. 


1889 


5447 
5448 
5449 


W. A. Fender 


Corn mill 




Rough lumber 






Rough lumber 






Rough lumber 




5451 




Rough lumber 














Rough lumber 




5453 




Rough lumber 




5455 




Meal 










5457 




Flour, meal and feed 






Corn dnd feed mill etc 






G. S. Williams 


Rough lumber 




5460 
5461 
5462 


J. E. Barrett 


Commercial printing 




A. E. Bishop 


Laundry 





372 



^N'oRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Post office 


Factory 


President 


5463 


Wilson 

....do 




Carpenter's Sawmill.. ._ 


G. H. Carpenter, Owr 


5464 


....do 


Coca-Cola BottlinK Co 




5465 


... do 


. . do 






5466 


. .do.— 


- do 






5467 


-..-do 

do 


do 


Dildy & Aycock. 




5468 


do — . 


Farmer's Mill 




5469 


do 


do 


Ferson's Cotton Oil Co. . 




5470 


do 


do 


P. D. Gold Publishing Co. 




5471 


do 


do 


Hackney Bros. 




5472 


do 


do 






5473 


. do 


Wilson, R. 3- 

Wilson, R. 4 

Wilson 






5474 


. do 






5475 


--..do- -.- 

do - 


Quick Bath Mfg. Co... . . 




5476 


do 


G. R. Saleebv Bros... 




5477 


do 


do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co 

G. S. Thompson 


J. A. Ryan, Asst.Aud. 


5478 


do 


do 




5479 


do 


do 


Town of Wilson, Gas Dept. 




5480 


do 


do 


D. C. Williams 




5481 


do 


do 






5482 


do 


do 






5483 


do .. 


do . 


Wilson Marble Mantel and Tile Co.. 




5484 


do 


do 


WilsonSteamCIeaningandDyeingCo 
Winstead's Mill 




5485 


do 


do 




5486 


Yadkin 

do 


Boonville. 

do 


G. W. Adams 




5487 






5488 


... do 


.-..do - 






5489 


do 


do 






5490 


do .... 


do . 


Kimmer & Wagoner . . 


Partnership 


5491 


do 


do . 


Lane & Haves. 


Partnership. 


5492 


do 


do 


A. L. & D. S. Lewis 

G. W. Long & Son, 


Partnership 


5493 


-..-do 

----do 

do 


Boonville, R. 1.-. 

Boonville 

do 


D. G. Long, Part 


5494 






5495 






5496 


do 


do 






5497 


....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


Courtney 

....do 

Cycle 

....do 


I. I. Baity 




5498 
5499 
5500 


J. E. Graver's Wagon Works 

R. L. & D, F. Bell. 

Collins Bros. Sawmill. 

Longtown Roller Mill 

0. V. Poindexter 


J. E. Graver, Owr.... 

R. L. Bell, Part 

S. G. Collins. Part... 


5501 


....do.... 


...do 


Partnership. 


5502 


-—do 

...-do 

----do 

----do -- 

do 


Donnaha 

East Bend..- 

East Bend, R. 2-. 

East Bend 

do 




5503 


R. M. Blakelev 




5504 


Clvde Roller Mills 




5505 


East Bend Roller Mills 




5506 






5507 


do 


do 


J. G Huff, Ind 




5508 
5509 


----do 

.---do 

do 


East Bend, R. 2.- 

East Bend 

do 


Kiger's Corn Mill 

D. G. Martin's Corn Mill 


P. S. Kiger, Owr 


5510 






5511 


do 


do 


T. G. Norman 




5512 


....do 


....do 


Rockett & Hutchins 

A. L. Saylor's Sawmill 

Smitherman & Long 

T. A. Smitherman Wagon Works. - 


Partnership 


5513 


....do 


....do . 


A. L. Saylor, Owr 


5514 


-...do 


....do 


Partnership 


5515 


--.-do- 


....do 








Miscellaneous Factories 



373 



Continued. 



Secretary 



M. G. Coyle 

Graham Woodard. 



L. T. Dildy..., 

R B. Briggs 

R. D. Beaman. 



H R AJarshalL 



C. P. Clark... 
G. R. Saleeby- 



H. R. Thompson, 



M. M. Gortoeel. -. 
W. J. Boykin.... 

E. L. Cobb 

L. W, High 

Minnie Winstead 



J. M. Spear 

L. F. Amburn.. 
H. J. Stuhman. 



F. M. Woodhouse. 



H. M. Wilhelm, Part.. 
Z. D. Hoots 



Otis Wade. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Bottling coca-cola 

Fertilizer 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal • 

Grist mill. 

Feed, grain, cotton-seed products. 

Job printing 

Buggy factory and garage 

Wagons 



b S 01 

O rH m 

eg a; 

k< o fl 



Quick bath outfits 

Candy 

Cotton-seed products.. 

Rough lumber 

Gas. 

Rough lumber 

Bread, pies and cakes. 
Ice 



Tombstones 

Steam cleaning and dyeing.. _ 
Grist mill, meal and products. 



Fruits and vegetables 

Tobacco flues, stovepipes 

Buggy shop and garage 

Rough lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and all timber products 

Rough lumber 

Rough timber and all other timber products. 

Rough lumber 

Buggies 

Tobacco baskets, flour and meal 

Wagons, etc 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Planing mil 

Flour, meal and feed 

Flour, meal bran, middling and feed 

Flour, meal and feed.. 

Carriages and buggies 

Meal and feed 

Meal and flour 

Smoking tobacco 



Rough lumber, flour and meal. 
Pine framing, bill stuff 



Wagons, buggies and general repair work. 



Invested 
Capital 



S 1,200 
50,000 
377,000 
1,300 
2,100 
2,000 
689,781 
20,365 
499,500 
1,420,029 
700 
2,500 
26,000 
900 
427,868 
950 
75,000 
1,000 
1,600 
71,000 
10,250 
4,600 
2,600 
1,400 



No. 



70-' 

5,500 

1,100 

435 

6,500 

770 

8,425 

800 

8,800 

1,400 

1,350 

1,000 

925 

8,350 

700 

900 

10,000 

5,000 

4,000 

3,500 

650 

700 

4,234 

1,000 

7,020 



500 
2,500 



5463 

5464 

5465 

5466 

5407 

5468 

5469 

5470 

5471 

5472 

5473 

5474 

5475 

5476 

5477 

5478 

5479 

5480 

5481 

5182 

5483 

5484 

5485 

5486 

5487 

5188 

5489 

5490 

5491 

5492 

5493 

5494 

5495 

5496 

5497 

5498 

5499 

5500 

5501 

5502 

5503 

5504 

5505 

5506 

5507 

5508 

5509 

5510 

5511 

5512 

5513 

5514 

5515 



374 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



5516 

5517 

5518 

5519 

5520 

5521 

5522 

5523 

5524 

5525 

5526 

5527 

5528 

5529 

5530 

5531 

5532 

5533 

5534 

5535 

5536 

5537 

5538 

5539 

5540 

5541 

5542 

5543 

5544 

5545 

5546 

5547 

5548 

5549 

5550 

5551 

5552 

5553 

5554 

5555 

5556 

5557 

5558 

5559 

5560 

5561 

5562 

5563 

5564 

5565 

5566 

5567 

5568 



County 



Yadkin. 
....do—. 



Poet office 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

..._do 

..-.do 

....do 

...do ---- 

...-do 

....do... - 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

._..do 

.-._do 

..._do..- - 

....do - 

....do 

....do 

....do- 

_...do 

Yancey 

....do _... 

_...do 

--.-do 

-...do 

.-..do 

....do 

--..do 

----do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 



Elkin... 

Hamptonville 

...do -- 

...do. -.-- 

...do 

...do...... 

...-do - 

....do 

....do 

...do - 

....do 

....do -. 

Houstonville, R. 1 
Huntsville, R. 1 .- 
Jones ville 

....do - 

-...do.... 

.---do 

Rockford 

-...do 

Shoals 

Siloam 

..-do 

State Road 

Swan Creek 

Yadkinville 

Yadkinville, R. 1- 
Yadkinville 

--.do 

--..do 

..-do.. 

-...do 

Yadkinville, R. 2. 

Yadkinville 

Yadkinville, R. 1 . 

--..do 

....do 

Yadkinville 

..-do 

-..-do.. 

Yadkinville, R. 2. 

Anatone 

Bald Creek 

Banks Creek 

Black Mountain,. 
Burnsville 

-...do... 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

Cane River 

Caroteen 

Dale 



Factory 



Miller Bros. Sawmill... 

Buck Shoals Roller Mills.. 

C. A. Cozart 

W. F. Dickerson 

J. F. Hoots 

G. V, Johnson. 

R. L. Johnson 

C. C. Sloan's Planing Mill 

Sloan & Seagravcs F. and G Mill . 

Thomasson & Macy. 

G. T. White, Ind.- 

F. O Wooten 

J. Y. Minnes 

Will Brown 

Gregory Corn Mill 

Brown-Frier Iron Works 

T. C. Cummings 

J. W. Hemric- -- 

Fall Creek Roller Mills.. 

A. L. Gentry 

Shoals Mills 

Martin & Matthews 

W. A. Matthews & Son - 

J. A. Chipman 

Mathis Corn Mill 

Cranberry Roller Mills -- 

Graves & Wooten Roller Mills. 

W. H. Gregory, Ind 

Hauser Mills 

S.T.Hinshaw & Co. F. and G.Mill. 

L. C. Hobson F. and G. Mill 

J. H. Mackie & Son 

Myers Roller Mill 

Piedmont Roller Mills 

Vestal-Reese Flour and Grist Mill . 

C. L., M. S. & W. A. Vanhoy 

Wiles & Hanes 

Yadkinville Buggy Co 

The Yadkin Ripple 

Yadkinville Roller Mills 

Yadkin Valley Roller Mills 

J. M. Banks 

W. M. Buckner ..- 

M. L. Crowder 

Dennis Lumber Co 

Ball Bros 

Burnsville Milling Co... 

Edwards Printing Shop. --. 

H. F. Robinson 

Western Carolina Lumber Co 

Byrd Milling Co 

I, McEnglish 

Green Mountain Roller Mills 



President 



W. Miller, Part. 
G. T. White.. -- 



C. C. Sloan, Part... 

Partnership 

Partnership 



M. F. Gregory, Owr.. 



Ed. M. Martin, Miller 
W. A. Matthews.Part. 



J. B. Mathis, Owr.. 
I. M. Hinshaw 



J. H. Hauser, Owr. 



M. J. Myers, Owr. 
Partnership 



W. L. Mackie. 



J. D. Ball, Part- 
Partnership 



Partnership. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



375 



Continued. 



Secretary 



W. J. Brown. 



E. L. Wall- 



O. J. Martin. 



W. A. Graves. 



J. A. Mason. . 
W. L. Mackie. 



S. W. Vestal. 



W. E. Rutledge. 
C. E. Wallace... 
Isaac Shore 



T. B. Dennis- 



V. L. Edwards. 



J. L. Henderson 

H. A. Whittington. 



Articles Manufactured 



O rj m 



Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Planing mill 

Flour, meal and feed- 



Chicken coops 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal 

Sawmills and general repair work- 
Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, feed 



Flour, meal and feedstuffs. 

Rough lumber 

Timber products 

Rough lumber 

Meal 

Flour, meal and feed 

Flour, meal and lumber 

Tobacco baskets 

Flour and meal 

Wheat, rye and corn 

Flour and grist mill 

Tobacco flues 

Flour, meal and feed 

Flour and meal 

Flour, meal and feed. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Job printing 

Wheat flour, corn meal and feed. 

Wheat flour, corn meaL- 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1910 



1899 



Rough lumber 

Rough lumber— 

Flour and meal 

Commercial printing 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Wheat and corn 

Rough and dressed lumber 
Flour 



Invested 
Capital 



700 
5,700 

600 
5,500 
1,160 

800 
9,500 

600 
1,600 

800 

780 
2,650 
2,600 
1,450 
1,000 
7,550 
1,000 

950 
6,100 
5,200 
1,000 

800 

600 
7,000 

400 
4,120 
3,380 

250 



5,200 
6,500 
275 
7,600 
2,400 
4,075 
1,425 
2,000 
8,036 
1,950 
6,300 
8,000 
1,000 
1,500 
2,500 
16,429 
1,500 
6,500 
2,300 
3,000 
208,306 
5,700 
27,943 
5,600 



No. 



5516 
5517 
5518 
5519 
5520 
5521 
5522 
5523 
5524 
5525 
5526 
5527 
5528 
5529 
5530 
5531 
5532 
5533 
5534 
5535 
5536 
5537 
5538 
5539 
5540 
5541 
5542 
5543 
5544 
5545 
5546 
5547 
5548 
5549 
5550 
5551 
5552 
5553 
5554 
5555 
5556 
5557 
5558 
5559 
5560 
5561 
5562 
5563 
5564 
5565 
5566 
5567 
5568 



376 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



5569 
5570 
5571 
5572 
5573 
5574 
5575 
5576 
5577 
5578 
5579 
5580 
5581 
5502 



County 



Yancey. 
.._.do.— 
....do— - 
..._do.... 
....do.... 
....do-.. 
...-do.... 
.._.do-... 
.__.do-... 
....do.... 
.-..do.-.. 
.-..do.-. 
....do... 
....do .. 



Postoffice 



Dale 

Dillingham. 

Eskota 

Higgins 

Huntdale. .. 

...do 

Marshall 

Micaville 

Murchison. 

Newdale 

Pensacola... 

..._do 

Relief 

Swiss 



Factory 



Jacks Creek Roller Mill 

M. S. Dillingham 

Brown Bros Lumber Co 

Wheeler Roller Mills 

J. H. Lewis -- 

Geo. Parnell & Son 

Bruce Lumber Co 

Robt. Stamey & Sons. 

Sturgill Lumber Co_ 

Edward Blake Mica Works. 

Carolina Spruce Co 

W. R. Rice 

E. L. Lewis... 

S. G. Bryd 



President 



J. R. Bailey- 



W. F. Brown- 



C. C. Bruce, Owr 






Miscellaneous Factoeies 



377 



Continued 



Secretary 



Geo. C. Brown. 
John Prof fitt.-. 



Chas. Parnell . 
W. H. Stamey. 



Edward Blake. 
Fred Prof fitt .. 



Articles Manufactured 



Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Lumber. .. 

FlouT and corn meal. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Roug,h lumber 



Rough lumber- 
Meal 

Rough lumber. 
Rough lumber. 



2S. 

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1914 



Invested 
Capital 



4,000 

1,700 

300,000 

7,750 

9,500 

40,996 

6,500 

10,000 

4,000 

11,500 

238,761 

500 

6,600 

1,000 



No. 



5569 
5570 
5571 
5572 
5573 
5574 
5575 
5576 
5577 
5578 
5579 
5580 
5581 
5582 



378 



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