Annual report of the Commissioner of Commerce and Labor, State of Georgia, Dept. of Commerce and Labor, 1919 December 31 - 1930 December 31

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, ., EIGHTH AN1,::JAL REPORT
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR , I OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA FOR THE Fiscal Year Ending December 3 1,
J. T. DERRY, Assistant Commissioner WM. A. BOY, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector

EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
OJ.' 'fll.C:
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR
OF THE
ST'ATE OF G- EORGIA
Fiscal Year.Ending December 31, 1919
H. M. STA JLEY, Commissioner J . T. DERRY, Assistant Commissioner WM. A. BOY, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFF!~, Factory Inspector
1920 BYRD P lUN 'riNG CO., St11 t c Printers
At lanta, Ga.

REPORT

'ro His ExcELLENcY,

Atlanta, Ga., January 1, 1920

HoN. HuoH M. DoRSEY, Governor.

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In accordance with law, I have the honor and pleasure of respectfully submitting to you my eighth annual report of the Department of Commerce and Labor for the term ending December 31, 1919.
During the past year the work of the Department was along the u.sual lines, and owing to the co-operation received from all classes of our people there were few disagreeable features.
During 1919 labor in Georgia was very scarce, anu there is every reason to believe that during 1920 conditions will be worse. There is a great d.emand for every class of labor, skilled and unskilled. The work of the free public employment offices in the State was such as to benefit a great many employers who needed labor and to direct to employment those who wished work. A good many laborers were sent to thefarms of Georgia, but it was much harder to induce labor to go to the farms because of the fact that the ptice paid by industries and other large employers jn the cities and towns was very much greater than the farmers could afford to pay. It looks very much as if farm labor, as well as all other classes of labor, will be harder to secure in 1920 than in 1919. The work of the free employment offices is treated elsewhere in a separate article. The scarcity of labor in Georgia suggests that every possible effort should be made to conserve the labor we have in the State. Every few months I have found it advisable to send out an appea1 to the sheriffs nnd chiefs of police in the effort to curb activities of labor agents. It was discovered tbni
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the Southern Employment Corporation, doing busincs in Atlanta, was sending labor out of the State. I imm,ediately had a warrant issued for the proprietor and r evoked the license to do business. One of the defendants was tried and was fined $1,000 and cost. I understand this case has been appealed to the Supreme Court. In other parts of the State- labor agents have been detected and arrested for endeavoring to entice labor out of the State. The law regarding private employment a.gencie and emigrant agents should be amended so as to give greater protection to the people of Georgia.. When the General Assembly convenes I will make appropriate
recommendation to that body.
There is a bill pending before the General Assembly to require the inspection of steam boilers. After this measure was introduced, and before the closing of the year 1919, ther e were boiler explosions within the State which resulted in the death of t en people and destroying thousamls of dollars worth of property. Nearly all of the states of the Union have boiler inspection laws Gtnd unless Georgia establishes a standard and requires inspection there will be dumped upon ~he State many of th13 defective boilers condemned in other states. A great man;v boilers of the State arc insured and inspected at frequent periods by agents of the insurance companies. It is a matter of r ecord that there has not been an explosion in Georgia of a boiler, inspected r egularly, in fourteen years. It seems to me that this proves the value an(t need of Stat e inspection of all steam boilers.
Durin g the year there were quite a number of deaths from elevator accidents. During the year hundreds of thousands of peopl e use elevators and with the excep_tion of those that are insured there is no inspection of elevntors. A number of deaths from elevator accidents are caused by the elevator passing rapidly upward before the door close . Most of the doors cl,ose automatically but th~ movement is mu ch slower than the swift moving eleYator. Seeing th e door open and thinking the cage is on the level with the floor men have lost their lives by falling into the shaft. In Atlanta some months ago an
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accident of this kind happened twice in the same office building within less than two weeks. There should be a regulation requiring elevators to be equipped with what' is known as a contact stop, or the law should be amended so as to enforce a heavy penalty against the elevator operator who move's the cage before the door has closed. An elevator bill is pending now before the General Assembly and I hope it will be given favorable consideration at the coming session.
A "\Vorkingmen 's Compensation bill is also pending in the General Assembly, having been introduced at the close of the last session. Georgia is one of the few states which has not provided a compensation law. During the past few months a committee from the Manufacturers ' Association and the Labor Organizations has been endeavoring to perfect a bill which would be satis- factory to employers and laborers alike. It is probable that by tne time the General Assembly convenes a satisfactory bill will be agreed upon by all of the parties at interest. There is no doubt of the fact that our present cumbersome laws should be changed so as to give gTeater protection to both employer and employee alike with reference to compensation when an injury results.
I wish to avail myself of the opportunity of callin~ your attention to the fact that while the s-alary of tho Commissioner of Commerce and Labor was last year increased by the Genera1 Assembly, no increase was obtained by any of the office force. The salaries of the r emaining employees of the Department of Commerce and Labor have not been changed since they were established a number of years ago, and each I think is entitled to a reasonable increase in salary to meet the continued high cost of living. Likewi.se the Department is in need of a larger contingent fund. The cost of traveling over the State for the purpose of inspecting the various industries as required by law, is very much greater than over before. Hotel rat es arc continuing to increase, an(l r ailroad fare is much high er now than wl1cn the contut - I gent fund was firs t established.
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In conclusion, please permit me to take this occasion to express my warmest appreciation for the great consideration and many acts of courtesy and kindness shown me by your Excellency and the officials of the Executive Department during the past year. I have always found your advice and counsel most excellent and your treatmcnt of me has always been most cordial.
Respectfully submitted, H . M. STANLEY, Commissioner.
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FREE PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
During the year 1919 there were free employment offices conducted in Atlanta, Augusta, and Savannah for most of the time. The office in Augusta was open continuously to the pul:Hic. In Atlanta the office was open all of the year except from October 11 to DeceJ!lber 5, when the service was idle. In Savannah the service was continuous during the year up to December 10, when the service was closed. In addition, for a portion of the time, there were free employment offices open in Rome, Macon, Waycross, Columbus and Brunswick. There are now open, offices in Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon and \ lVaycross, all of which are co-operating and affiliating with the Department of Commerce and -Labor, the Commissioner of Commerce and Labor continuing to act as Director of Employment. During most 'of 1919 the expenses of conducting the free employment offices ill Georgia were borne by the . S. Employment Service. At the present time the U . S. Employment Service has very little funds available, a11d no money is contributed to the support of the free employment offices. In Atlanta the office is supported entirely by municipal appropriation and is conducted at the City Hall, where good work is being done. In Augusta the office is supported by municipal appropriation and the Y. M. C. A. of that city. The Augusta office is located in the Y. M. C. A. and is doing good work. In Columbus the office for some months was maintained by the Columbus Chamber of Commerce, but is now in the hands of theY. M. C. A . In Macon the Chamber of Commerce- conducts the office. Likewise in Waycross.
During the year 1919 positions were secured free of charge to both employer and employee alike, in the three offices conducted practically continuously for the year of Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah, no figures being given for offices which were not continuous, as follows: At.. lanta, J4,493; Augusta, 3,535; Savannah, 8,J40; total, 26,169. Of course, a great many more than were placed
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applied for positions but for one reason or another nothing could be secured for them. Likewis very many em ployers asked for help which was found to be imposible to fill. The total number of employees placed by the offices in Atlanta, Augusta and Savanm1h prove that free public employment offices are of very material aid in the proper distribution of help. A great many people do not lmow how to go about getting a position, and in very many more cases do not know to whom to apply when there is a r easonable prospect of securing employment. The public employment offices get in touch with employers, find out their needs, the kind of person desired, amount of wages or salary, and know the proper person to send an applicant for a position. There is, therefore, very little waste of energy. Of course, the employer, after all, has the last word, and fr equently rejects the applicant; it is likewise true that the applicant may refuse the position after he has secured all the information available. The figur es given above are for men and women who were AC_XUALLY PLACED, that is, who accepted the position offered and were put to work by the employer.
PRIVATE (PAY) EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
There are in the State twelve private or pay employment agencies. The pay employment agencies charge for positions secured. There seems to be no uniform price but the average is about ten per cent of the first month's salary. For clerical and professional and for teachers, the fee charged by the pay employment agencies is much higher than tenper cent. During the yeai 1919 from reports submitted to this office as r equired by law, it is shown that the pay employment. agenci es secured positions for 3,000 applicants.

The following tables show the work of the free em-
ployment offices and the private employment agencies, by months:

FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICES.

ATLANTA.

Mal e January __ _------- __ ____ _--- __ _ 1854 l' cbrnary ------ ______ ___ ___ ___ __ 850 March ------ ------------- - - - -- - - 1506 April ------------------- - -- ---- - 958 May -- ----- - ------- - - -- -- --- -- - 649 Jun e - --------- ---- ------ ---- --- 951 July - - ---- ------ -- -- - ---------- 866 August ------------ -- ----- - --- -- 1097 September ___ ___ ___ ----- - ___ ___ _ 842 Octobe.r (10 days ) ------ -- ---- -- 130 November (Service idle) ------- - _ December (City took service over
Dec. 5th) ------ -- -- - ---- ---- 38

Female 264 168 121
156 186 155 139 164 185
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Soldiers Aggregate

618

2736

250

1268

497

212 4

317

1431

264

1099

205

1311

199

1204 I

377

1638

328

!355

108

242

18

9

SG

9761 1560 3172 14,493

AUGUSTA.

Male

January -- -------- - _____ ____ ___ _ 300

February ~--- -- - -- - -- --- ---- ---- 452 March - ------- ---- ---- -- -- - - - - 346

April - --- ---- ------ ------ --- - -- 331

h{ay - - -- -------- -- -- -- -------- -- 357

June ------------------------- -July -- ---------------- --------August ---------- ------ --- -- ----

268 209 . 192

September ___ - -- - __ - ---- - - ------ 167

October -------- -- ------ -- --- -- - - 184 Novembe.r - --- ---- --- ---- ------ -- 146

December -- ---- ---- ------- ------ 132

308,1,

F emale 25
9 7 10 15 10
7 8 9 6 4 2

Soldiers Aggregat<1

325

461

353

341

42_

414

37

415

55

271

72

272

36

212

48

238

33

183

16

li:iO

112

33 9

3535 .....

SAVANNAH.

Male

January ___ --- -. _- ---- --- - -- ---- 1119

February -- ------ -- --- ---- -- -- -- 797 March ____ ---------- ---- ---- - --- 345

April ---- -- - -- --- ----------- - -- - 730

May ---- -- ---- -----------------June - - - -------- --- --- ---- ------
July - ------- ------- --- ---- -----August ---------- --- ---- --------

421 698 465 419

September ---- ---- -- " -- -- --- ---- 329

October --------------- - --------ovember ------------ ----------

483 313

December (10 days) -- ---- --- - - - . 83

Female 22 22
36
14
6 10 12 23 23
5 15
3

Soldiers Ag~regatc

150

1291

146

965

101

482

107

85'1

157

584

166

874

159

636

246

688

254

606

103

591

107

435

51

137

6202

191 1747

8140

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PRTVA'r:J (PAY) EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.

Teachers

Janu a ry -- ------ -- - ---- 27

F ebruary -- ---- -- - - - - - _ 16

March - ---- ----- --- ----

4

April ___ - -- --- --- --- ---

5

May --- - ------ - --- ----

9

June -- -- --- - - - - - - ---- - 53

July - - - --- -- - - ---- - ---- 24

August --- ---- ~- - ---- -- 49

September -- ----- ------ 38

October -- - ------ -- ---- 24 1'\ovemb er __ _-- -------- 31 December __ __ _____ ___ : _ 26

Cie r i ca.!
24 22 33 32 26 38 22 19 26 21 16
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Misce)laneous 260 219
171 199 186
84 236 236 234 276 164 139

Aggregate 311 257 208 236 221
175 282 304 298 32 1 211 176

306

290

2404

3000

.ltECAPl'l'ULATION

P lacements Atlanta l!'ree Employment Office-- -- -- -- ---- --- - 14,49:3 Placements Augusta Free E mpl oyment Office---- ----- - -- -- -- 3,53.j Placements Savanna h Free E mploy ment Office.- ---- - __--- -- -_ 8,140

Total Placements thr ee l!'ree E mploym ent Offices__ _- - - - -- -- - -- - 26,169 P la cements Pri vate (Pay) Employment Agencies-- -- - ---- - ---- 3,000

Grand 'l'ota l ---- --- - - --- ------ -- - ---- - ---- - -- ----- -- --- - 29,169

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THE CLIMATE OF GEORGIA
There is perhaps no state in the Union that can boast of as an advantag~ous climate as Georgia. The climate of this State is ideal for any kind of business, profession or industry. There are no extremes of temperature fo.r any considerable portion of time. It is very rare that there is any loss of life, either human, animal or bird, from severe cold, and still less rare are there deaths from sunstroke. The heated period lasts but a few days, and it is not often that the temperature is below freezing for more than a few days at a time. Work in the open js seldom retarded because of extreme cold, and never because of extreme heat. The rainfall is distributed throughout the year and averaged in 1919, 54.91 inches. The smallest precipitation for any one month was jn September when the average was 1.41 inches, and the greatest was in July when the average was 8.71 inches. The .following information relative to climatic conditions in Georgia for 1919 was obtained from Climatical Data furnished this Department by Mr. Chas. F. von Herr~ mann, Meteorologist for the Atlanta W ea.ther Bureau:
Atmospheric Pressure.-Th(l.mean pressure for the year was 30.07 inches; the highest recorded was 30.64: inches on November 21st at Atlanta, Augusta and Macon, and the lowest was 29.44 inches on February 13th at Atlanta.
Temperature.-The mean annual ,temperature was 65.2 , or 1.6 above the normal. The highest annual mean was 69.2 (+ 1.9 ) at Bainbridge and the lowest was 59.9 (+0.1 o) at Ramhurst. The highest monthly mean was 82.4 for July at Statesboro, and the lowest 41.0 for January at Ramhurst. The highest tempera-
zo, ture was 103, recorded at Statesboro on July 14th and
at Rome on August 7th; the lowest was recorded at Tallapoosa and Tate on January 4th.
Precipitation.-The average annual precipitation was 54.91 inches, or 5.55 inches above normal. The greatest annual total was 71.96 inches at Concord, and the least
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was 40.32 inches (_6.'77) at Glennville. The greatest local monthly total was 18.14 inches at Concord in July, I and the least wa s none at Concord, Millon and R esaca in ' September. The greatest amount in any 24 consecutive hours was 6.36 inches at Savannah on August 11-12th. The greatest depth of snowfall (unmelted) was 5.0 inches at Clayton. The average number of days with 0.01 inch or more of precipitation was 103.

Winds.- orthwest winds prevailed during the year. The maximum velocity (for 5 minutes) was 60 miles per hour from the west on May 7th at Atlanta.

Sunshine, Cloudiness, Humidity.-The average per-

centage of sunshine was 62 (normal61),' with extremes of

80 in September and 50 in February. The average num-

ber of clear days was 167, of partly cloudy days 87, of

cloudy days 111. The average r elative humidity at 7

a. m. (central time) was 82, at noon (local time) 58, at

7 p. -m. 69.

The last killing frosts in spring occurred as follows :

] ebruary 17-=-A.lapaha, Albany, Americus, Blakely, Brunswick, Columbus, Eastman, Fort Gaines, Glennville,

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Hazlehurst, Leesburg, Quitman, St. George, Savannah,

Statesboro, Thomasville, Waycross. February 19-

Bainbridge, Havvkinsville, Valdosta. April 1-Atlanta,

Fair View, Macon, Marshallville, Talbotton. April 2-

Athens, Augusta, Dahlonega, Dublin, Eatonton, Gaines-

ville, Greensboro, Griffin, Lost Mountain, Louisville,

Milledgeville, Millen, Monticello, Newnan, Rome, Talla-

poosa, Toccoa, Warrenton, Washington, W aynesboro1 West Point. April 3-Adairsville, Hartwell, Lisbon,

Point Peter. April 27-Clayton, Ramhurst.

The first killing frosts in autumn occurred as follows :

November 14-Adairsville, Athens, Atlanta, Cornelia,

Dahlonega, Eatonton, Gainesville, Greensboro, Griffin,

Hartwell, Lisbon, Lost Mountain, Monticello, Newnan,

Point Peter, Ramhurst, Rome, Tallapoosa, Toccoa, War-

renton, Washington. November 15-Alapaha, Americus,

Augusta, Dublin, Eastman, Fair View, Fort Valley,

Glennville, Hawkinsville, Hazlehurst,_Macon, Marshall -

v ille, Milledgeville, Millen, Statesboro, Talbotton,

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Wkynesboro, w est Point. :December 15-Albany, Bain-
bridge, Blalcely, Columbus, L eesburg, Quitman, Thomas-
ville, Valdosta, waycross. December 1,6-Brunswick, Fort 1p.aines, Savannah:

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MONTHLY STATE DATA FOR 1919.

Temperature.

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Jan uary ____ _ 47.1 XO.E 79

February ____ March ___ ____ April _____ ____ May____ __ __ __ June _________

49 .5 58 . 5
63 .9 71.4 77 .7

X2.0
X l. 9 XO.t - 0.5 .-{).1

79 84
93 98 101

2 4.97 X0.99 8 .03 1.67 18 6.96 X l. 83 9.98 4.41 26 4 .22 -{) .56 7.66 l. EO 26 2.25 - 1.17 5 .10 0 .55 39 4.66 X l.49 8.02 1.56 53 5.97 Xl.47 16 .55 1.46

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79.3 78.9

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103 103

52 8. 71 X2 .90 18. 14 1.72 52 5 .81 X0.39 14.18 1.60

15 12

September __ _ 75.0 X0. 2 99 43 1.41 - 2.04 6.35 0.00

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October___ __ _ 74.6 X 9 .E 99 49 2 .84 -{).03 6.43 0 .20

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November -- 58 .7 X4.2 91 20 1.95 -{).66 4.90 0.38 5

-165.2 - - - - December_ ___ 48.2 X l.4 85 12 5.16 X0.94 14.24 0.12

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Year__ _

X l.6 103 2 54.91 X5.55 18. 14 0 .00 103

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CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR THE YEAR 1919.

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Albany... .... ____

180 -r------ ------ -- -------- 48.53 10.84

772 ------- - 97

293 68.0

101

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5.5 9.19

230 67.8

98

16 52.80 7.74

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Amerir us.. . ...... 362 ' 65 .4

96

12 59. 13 13.82 0.99

Athens.. ........ _ 694 - -- - - - - - 98

Atlanta........... 1218 62.2

94

Augusta. . _. .. ... . 180 65.5

98

Bainbridge._ .. . .. 119 69 .2

99

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- --- -- -- 11 .79 60 . 17 12.94

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0.0 0.4

16 4'3 . 32 10 .26 0 .06

16 65 . 40 12 .09 0.92 0 .0

Blakely. ........ __ Brunswick.. ...... Butler. _. _. _. . .. . Canton......... __ Carlton __________
Clayton ... _.... __ Columbus._ ... . .. Concord..... . .... Cornelia.... ______ Covington. __ .. _. . Dahlonega.. _. .. _.

300 14 650 894 557 2100 262 850 1500 800 1519

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98

14 66.06 11.09 1.22

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-------- 99

21 ---- - --- 11.56

- ------- --- - --- - --- - ---- 64 . 42 14.78

----- - -1.01

0.0

136

126

147

92

- - ----- - -------- -------- 64 .05 11.26 1. 79

- - ----- - ----- - -- ---- ---- 46.87 8.30 1.43

-- -- - - -- 94

67 . 5

98

5 12

------ -60.75

-------11.87

0 . 10 0 . 98

-------- -------- -- -- ---- 71.96 18.14 0.00

-------- 94 ------ - - -- - - - - - - 10.59 1. 01

--- - - - -- -------- -- --- - - - 51.47 11 .20 0.90

60 .0

94

4 60 .37 8.38 0 32

1. 3

125

173 -!3 -- ---- 62 --

Dublin.. _. . . __ . _. 452 65.6

98

Eastman .. _.. ... . 361 ---- ---- 96

12 51.10 11 .81 0 .5614 56 .84 13 .30 1.20

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110069 ---- -- -- -------- ---.......... -...::..::.

Eatonton...... ... 577 -------- ---- --- -

6 48.59 8.25 0 .29

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Fair View __ __ ____ Fort Gaines _______

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64 .0 67.0

97 98

10 59 .10 14.16 1.75

0.0

122

14 59 .78 13.48 0.80 0 .0

88

Fort Valley ___ ___ Gainesville _____ __ Gillsville _______ __
Glennville __ _____ _

526 1254 1052 175

-- -- - - -- -------- -------- -- ------ 11.50

61.3

96 -- ------ 56 . 40 8.60

- - -- ---- -------- -- ------ 58.43 8.99

68 .5 101

19 40 .32 6. 61

-- -----1 50

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1.60 -------0 .39 0 .0

91 97

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Greensboro _______ Griffin ______ _____

598 -------975 64 . 6

100 97

8 --- - ---- -------- 0 .47 7 59.71 11.48 1.12

0.0 0.0

-- -- -- -95

----- --148

----- - -76

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Hartwell ____ _____ Hawkinsville ______

838 235

------- 67.4

98 98

10 -- ---- -- 7.81 1.00 -- ------ -------- -- - --- -- ----- -- - -- - - ----

15 49 .71 9.64 0 .61

0.0

117

163

54 148

Hazlehurst _____ __ 261

Leesburg _________ Lisbon _____ ______

279 326

Lost Mountain __ __ Louisville ______ __

1175 259

Lumber City____ __ 150

Macon ________ --~ 370

~Marshallville ____ _~

500

Milledgeville ______ Millen _____ __ ____

276 158

Montezuma_____ __ 292

Monticello____ __,__ Newnan_______ ___

800 959

Point Peter_______ 600

Quitman_________ 173

Ramhurst __ ____ __ Resaca_____ ______ Rome _________ ,! __

900 657 576

St. George ______ __ 76

Savannah ____ ___ _ 65

--- - -- -- 102 -------- 57 .81 10.80

66 .2

95

16 51.64 14.18

64 .2 100

14 47 .35 7.85

----- --- 97

4 55 . 37 10.09

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10 . 51 8.80

64 .'9

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12 49.07 12 .88

66.3

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12 62 . 63 15.26

65.8

99

12 55.65 13.42

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15 -- -- ----

41.85 48 .53

8.50 7.07

65.0

99

9 55 .19 9.84

. 64.7 100

6 43.57 10 . 17

- -- - - -- - 96

10 52.12 9. 28

69.0

98

19 67.79 10.67

59.9

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4 57.81 6.42

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61 .47 54.02

8 . 45 7.85

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67 . 6

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0.38

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0 . 71

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92

109

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0. 64 -------- 118

121

104

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1. 75 0.41

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79 -------- ----- -- - --------

1.18 1.36

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86 129

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0.06 --- --- -- 86 ------ -- -------- ----- ---

1.24 0.0

85 -------- - ---- -- - --------

1.28 0.0

94 -------- --- --- -- --- - ----

0.73 3.5

93 157

80 128

0.00 2.0

84 -- ------ -------- --------

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119 ------ -- ----- - - - --------

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0 . 12

0.0

108

128

101

136

Statesboro_____ ___ Talbotton __ ______ Tallapoosa____ ____ T a t e _____________

253 68.2 103

750 64.5

95

1150 -- --- - -- 97

1325 ---- -- -- ---- ----

18' 55 .95 16 .55 0.57

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A CONDENSED HISTORY.
By JOSEPH T . DERRY, Assistant Commissioner.
'rhe following- is a cpndensed history of Georg-ia from
It\ the\days of Og-lethorpe to the spring- of 1919: was the intention of the founder s of Georg-ia that the settlers should cultivate indig-o and mulberry trees, the latter for the feeding- of silk worms from whose cocoons could be obtained silk for manufacture. The cultivating was the work of the settler s. Experts were employed for the production of silk. At the head of these workers was L ewis Carouse, a Swiss, whose correspondence with Og-lethorpe, conducted in French, is among the most interesting- writing-s of the early colonial times in Georgia. From the minutes of the Trustees of the Colony of Georg-ia who r esided in London there is obtained an extract dated March 3rd, 1741, which will prove of inter est to all who have a passion for delving into ant iquities, and which reads as follows : ''Received from the custom house a chest of silk imported from Georgia with the following attestation: 'We whose names are underwritten do hereby attest and certify, that the ra'.v silk contained in the chest her ewith sent was in our presence put into the same chest by Mary, wife of Lewis Carouse, aft er having be~n first weighed, which amounted to 45 pounds two ounces, avoirdupois weight; that is to say, eight pounds part thereof had been manufactured and wound off by her in the town of Savannah in the year 1740, and 37 pounds 2 ounces, the remaining part thereof, had been in lil\:e manner wound off by her the present year, 1741. And we do furth er attest and cerhfy that 220pounds 14 ounces weig-ht of cocoons orsilkballs wer e raised in Savannah in Georgia (the silk worms being fed with the mulberry leaves growing in said county) and had been deliver ed to Mrs. Carouse since April last, in order to enable her to carry on the said manufacture as she has done this present year.' " This statement was att ested by Wm. Stephens, Secr etary of the Colony, Thoma J ones, Bailiff of Savannah, and Wm. Russell and Fran. Harr is, Accountants. From Georgia silk a dre~s was
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manufactured for the queen, who was much pleased therewith. But the silk industry was soon abandoned1as was also the cultivation of indigo, and for several -:t/ars before and after the achievement of independence r~or- . gia manufactures were chiefly the spinning of cot~~m or woolen yarns with farm spinning wheels or the weaving of these homespun goods on domestic looms, which home industries were the forerunners of Georgia.' great textile mills of today. On the large plantations and on some of the smaller ones it was common to hear the whirr of the spinning wheels and the rattle of the looms. And every well-appointed farm had its blacksmith and wagon shop. There were also numerous neighborhood mills for grinding corn or wheat and others for sawing lumber. The articles of common family use manufactured on farms in 1860 were valued at $1,431,413. The domestic or home manufactures exceeded in value those of like industries of the great manufacturing states of the North. They had a steady growth with the opening of new phintations and continued to increase in production and value until the manufacturing establishments of Georgia had so increased in number and production that the farmers found it cheaper to buy even homespuns _ than to manufacture them on the farms.
The invention of the cotton gin in Georgia by Eli Whitney in 1792 at the request of the widow of General Nathaniel Greene, by the impulse which it gave to the cultivation of cotton gave to the Southern farmer his greatest money crop and to textile manufacture the material from which could be made cheaper cloth than that from wool or flax and better suited for general use.
As early as 1811 the Bolton Cotton Mill. was built on Upton Creek nine miles southeast of Washington, the present county scat of Wilkes county. But this mill had soon failed. The first successful cotton milt in Georgia and asserted to be the first south of the Potomac, was . commenced in 1827 at Whitehall near Athens and was incorporated in 1828 as the Georgia Factory. J olm White was made superintendent and his descendants to this day own th e mill and operate it under the name of the Georgia
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lanuacturing Company, which being the first successful yonturo of this cla ss is rightfully ranked as tllo pioneer of Georgia. 's textil e indu try.

Although Georgia ranks with the foremost of tho Ag-

ricultural States of the Union, she has also become n

~orTeeaast\imnganpuafcaec. tuHrinegr

State, forging ahead at an ever p'rogress on this line began to

inat-

tract the notice of outsiders in 1850. At that time tho

total manufacturing establishments in Georgia numbered

1,522 and were distributed among the several counties

a herein named.



In Baker county 12 establishments, a~ong which were three saw mills, each capable of cutting four thousand

feet of lumber a clay.

In Baldwin county were 3 establishments, the most important being the Milledgeville Manufacturing Company with 3,100 spindles and 53 looms.

In Bibb county were 82 manufacturing establishments, among which were the Macon Cotton Factory, the equipment of which is not given in the records, and two extensive foundries manufacturing steam engines, boilers and pipes for the same, saw and grist mill machinery, bark and sugar mills, rice thrashers, c~stings, etc.

In Bulloch county were 3 manufacturing establishments, the kind not named.

In Burke county there were 41 manufacturing establishments, mostly grist and. saw mills .

In Butts county were 14 manufacturing establishments, of which the most important was the Planters Factory at the seven islands on the Ocmulgee River having a capital of $50,000.

In Camden county were r eported 5 manufacturing establishments, the kind not stated.

In Campbell county were 18 manufactories, chief of which was the Sweet Water Factory with a capital of $50,000, producing 750 pounds of yarns a day.

In Carroll county were 16 manufacturing establishments, kind not given.

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I In Oass (now Bartow) county were 8 manufactorie ,

kind not stated.

Chatham county Lacl 13 manufactories iu 1850, amohg

which the most exton ivc were the rice mills anJ fOun-

dries. Commerce and trade wer e the main pursuits of

the people of this county, most of whom lived within tht~

limits of Savannah.

.Chattoog-a county had 10 manufactories, one of which

was the Trion Factory, having- at that time 864 spindles

and 10 looms. The mill was on the Chattooga River fiv e

miles north of Summer>ville and was run by water power.

Cherokee county had five manufactories. Gold hatl

been mined for several years and the marble qua rries

were a source of profit to the owners.

Clarke county had 55 manufactories in 1850, the most important at that date being- th~ Georg-ia l! actory, pre-

viously mentioned. It had 1704 spindles and 20 looms.

There was also the mill of the Princeton :Manufacturing

Company, completed and at work in 1837. Another cot-

ton factory was at High Shoals, finished in 1845 and in

that part of Clarke which is now Oconee county. An-

other of Clarke's cotton factories in 1850 was Mars Hill

on Barber's Creek, on which was also the Pioneer Paper

Mill, which manufactured writing, printing ana wrapping

paper. At \ iVatkin svillc, now the county site of Oconee,

was a tannery and shoe factory and a fulling mill for

hides. This establrshment was supplied with water from

a spring fifty yards distant and turned out from seven

to eig-ht thousand pairs of shoes per annum. One sa1v

mill and one grist mill must be added to the chi ef mrm-

ufactories of Clarke county.

Cobb county had 10 manufacturing establishment''

Among them was Denmead 's Mill, which turned out 125

barrels of flour in a day. The Marietta Tanner y pre-

pared 7,000 hides in a year. At Roswell the Roswell

Manufacturing- Company had two cotton mills, one wool

factory and one flouring mill. At Marietta, Wm. Me-

Fl esh and Company had extensive variety works, making

all kinds of furnitur e, sashes, blinds, etc. On N iclmja ck

creek was another factory .

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In Columbia county were ten small manufacturing es-

tabli hments . Coweta county had 52, of which none at

tha t time were very large but turued out products worth

$157,00b. l!.,ive were listed in Crawford county. Four in

Dade. T\vo in Decatur. There were 45 manufactories in .

DeKalb county, which at that time included what is now

Fulton and had four towns, Decatur, Atlanta, Lithonia

and Stone Mountain. In Atlanta, which in 1850 contained

2,500 inhabitants, there were one steam flouring mill, one

iron foundry and machine shop, three carriage and wheel-

wright shops, 2 large tanneries, 1 large shoemaking es-

tablishment, besides 2 other large tanneries and shoe-

making establishments in course of construction. In addi-

tion to the machine shops of the Georgia and State (now

Western and Atlantic) roads another car shop was going

up as a private enterprise. Commerce and trade gave birth

to r ailroads and these factors produced Atlanta, which

has been furth er nourished by manufactures until the

Terminus of 1837 has grown into the great city of today,

one of the greatest assets of Georgia and the whole

Southeas t. At Lithonia and Stone Mountain the stone

cutters were in 1850 by their diligent labors preparing

the way for the great enterprises of today. The area

of the DeKalb county of 1850 now embraces the two

counties of DeKalb and Fulton, with the great city of

Atlanta, and the small cities of East Point, College Park

and Hapeville in Fulton, and :Qecatur, Stone Mountain

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and Lithonia in DeKalb, with hundreds of manufactories

in and around them. All these separate municipalities

are closely connected.

Dooly county in 1850 had 8 manufacturing establishments : Early, 11; Elbert, 20; Fayette, 6; Floyd, 15; Forsyth, 8; Franklin, 4; Gilmer, 5; and Greene, 47. All of the above 124 establishments were small with the exception of two on the Oconee River in Greene county. These were a cotton factory of 2,000 spindles a.t Scull Shoals and another known as the Cutright Manufacturing Company with a cotton mill of 4,000 spindles, at Long Shoals, and having also flouring and saw mills and an cleo-ant stone bridge.

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Gwinnett coun t) had 26 manufacturing establishments. 'J~he Lawrenceville 1auufactur: ing- Company cousistell of a cotton facto r y with 3,050 spindles aud 36 loo,ms and u flour aJHl grist mill, the wh ole propelled by ~:;tea m.
Habersham county had 5 manufacturing establishments: Hancock, 20, oue of which was a cotton mill; Harris, 73; Heard, 5; Henry, 3; Houston, 23 ; Jackson, 6; J asper, 12, and Jones, 15. Most of these were small establishments, s~ch as neighborhood f lour and grist mills, small saw mills and boot and shoemakers' shops. At Griswoldville in Jones co~mty was Griswold's Cotton Gin Factory operated by steam. The yearly average sales were 900 g ins worth $40,000, and saws worth $80,000. The material used per annum embraced 70,000 pounds of castings, mostly of iro.n, 50,000 pounds of wrought iron, 40,000 of gin-saw cast steel, and 200t000 feet of lumber. The annual profits of th e business were $20,000. Connected with this establishment were two saws cutting 600,000 feet of lumber per annum. This establishment contained also wagon and smith shops.
Laurens county had 6 manufacturing establishments in 1850; L ee county had 7, one of which was Watson's Cotton Gin Factory, in the village of Palmyra on Kinch afoonee creek. The machinery was run by water power and the products of this factory are said to have been "unrivaled it1 performance and durability. "
Liberty county had 4 manufacturing establi shments Lincoln county, 13; Lowndes, 2; Madison, 3 ;. '1arion, 4 Mcintosh, 10, mostly in the lumber business, one mill at Darien having five gangs of saws, with a capacity of 50,000 feet of lumber pe'r day.
Monroe county had two manufacturing estauu;:,uillli:'H and Morgan 31, th e largest of which was a cotton in Madison, operated by steam, h aving 2,016 spin and 26 looms, producing stripes, tickings and also ning wool and making kerseys.
Murray county had 25 manufactories and M ....,.~v '"'~ county, 30, the most important being E . T. Taylor Company's cotton gin manufactory in Columbus, of manufacturing J,500 gins p er annum; the
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Variety Works, llaving two saw mills and machinery fo1 making tubs, buckets, churns, etc., and a planing machinfl capable of pla.Q.ing, tonguing and grooving 7,000 feet of lumber p er day; the Coweta Falls Factory in Columbus; the Howard Manufacturing Company in Columbus and the Columbus Factory, three miles from that city. In 1 50 there was being erected the Eagle Mills, completed in 1851, with machinery adapted to the manufacture of cotton and woolen goods, and at that time one of the greatest textile mills in Georgia, and yet a small"factory compared with the Eagle and Pho enix Mills of 1919.
Newton county had 23 manufacturing establishments in 1850, of which Newton ]J'actory and Cedar Shoals Factory, the latter on Yellow River, were the most important.
Pike county had 21 manufacturing establishments : Pulaski, 2 and Putnam, 32, of which the Eatonton Cotton Fadory on Little River (Little Oconee) three miles west of Eatonton, was the most important. About one half mile east of the factory were a grist mill and a saw mill, each of which did a thriving business.
Richmond county in 1850 had 56 manufacturing establi hments and was like 1uscogee, a center of the textile industry. The Augusta Manufacturing Company had two mills. Mill ro. 1 contained 8,160 spindles and 312 looms for cotton goods. 1fll No. 2 had 6,280 spindles and 200 looms for the manufacture of both cotton anfi woolen goods. On Spirit Creek, ten miles south of Augusta, was the Richmond Factory and about eight miles from the city was the Belle-ville Factory owned by Mr. Georo-e Schley. On Butler s Creek, seven miles from Augusta was a machine factory; in Augusta was The American Iron F oundry of Osmond and Gray, where iron and brass castings, railroadlcar and engine wheels, mill and gin gearing, ploughs, water-pipes, etc., were manufactur ed. At the extensi-ve establishment of Wm. H. Goodrich in Augusta doors, blinds, sashes and almost every kind of carpentry were manufactured. In this city were also the Cunningham Flour Mills, fi-ve stories ~ high, operated by water power. The Wal'ren and Colman Mill, three stories high, was of granite and also operated by water.
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The number of manufacturing establishments in other counties in Georgia in<1850 was as follows: In Stewart county, 36; in Sumter, 34; in Talbot, 46; in Taliaferro, 16; in Tattnall, 10; in Telfair, 10; in Thomas, 6; in Troup, 8; in Union, 3; in Upson, 19; in Walker, 1; in Walton, 56; in Warren, 42; in Washington, 6; in Wilkes, . 9, and in Wilkinson, 5.
Somewhere near the middle of the decade between 1850 and 1860 were incorporated the Cooper Iron Works in Cass, now Bartow county, three miles from Cartersville on the Etowah river. This was before the war between the States one of the most noted manufacturing establishments of the South and embraced a rolling mill, n. nail factory and a flour mill built of stone with a capacity of 300 barrels of flour per day. There were houses for 500 laborers. The proprietor, Mark A. Cooper, was one .of Georgia's most famous manufacturers. This splendid property W?-S blotted out during the last year of the war between the States and large trees now grow inside the ruins of the once extensive buildings.
But Georgia today has many far greater manufactories than the best that she could boast in 1850. The little toWI).s of that day are now great cities and many of the manufacturing plants that were listed then are not found in the census reports of today.
In capital and value of products the following counties, arranged according to rank, stood highest in manufactures in 1850: Richmond, with a capital of $775,600 and products valued at $1,020,651; Muscogee, with capital of $713,217 and products valued at $738,580; Clarke, with capital of $320,350 and products to the value of $345,220; Bibb, with capital of $138,920 and products valued at $533,200; Chatham, with capital of $130,550 and products valued at $256,250; Upson outranked either Bibb or Chatham in capital, which was $174,200, but behind them in value of products, which was $194,195; Cobb with capital of $154,000, ahead of either Big_b or Chatham in that respect, but behind _them in value of products, which was $187,700; Greene, with a capital of $160,699, outranking in this respect Bibb, Chatham or Cobb,
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but behind them in its value of products, which was $1 3,897; Mcintosh, with capital of $140,150, a little ahead of Bibb or Chatham in this respect, but behind them in valu e of products, which was $172,288 ; Morgan, with capital of $120,106 ahd products worth $169,075; Putnam, with capital of $121,010 and products valued at $129,978; Hancock, with capital of $126,185 and products to the value of $76,064.
Other counties that could show either capital or products of $100,000 at least, were: Coweta, with capital of $79,190 and products worth $157,372; Gwinnett, with capital of $47,200 and products worth $113,350; Houston, with capital of $108,200 and products worth $78,403; J efferson, with capital of $86,800 and products valued at $116,450 ; Jones, with capital of $55,625 and products worth $109,664; Talbot, with a capital of $7] ,545 and products worth $147,745, and Walton, with a capital of $45,735 had products to the value of $124,002, besides articles produced in families to the value of $59,812. Under the head of "produced in families" was included the value in each county of articles made on the family spindles and looms and in the blacksmith and repair shops found on almost every prosperous farm. Under this caption Franklin county showed products valued at $105,066. Only four other counties could show articles produced in families of half the value of Franklin's. These were : H enry, with produ~ts of this class valued at $70,944; Walton, with $59,812; Forsyth, with $57,162 and Cobb, with $55,438.
In the whole State of Georgi a in 1850 there were 1,522 manufacturing establishments with products valued at $7,082,075. If to this we add the value of articles produced in families, which was $1,838,968, we have a total of $8,921,043. Of this total the value of cotton manufactures was $2,135,044 and of woolen goods $88,750. The Georgia capital invested in manufactures was $5,456,483.
In the year 1860 Georg ia hac11,890 manufacturing establishments or 36 mor e th an in 1850. The cap ital invested was $10,890,875. Th e value of products was $16,925,564. The value of commod ities produced in famili( ~
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was $1,431,413, which added.to the above figures, gives

$] 8,356,977. Note the .fact that the Yaluc of commoclitie.s

produced in families had deer ascd since 1850 by above

$400,000. This was du to the increase of the textile

mills &nd of other improved machinery which made it

cheaper to buy than to manufacture at home. This class

of manufactures has in 1920 so far disappeared as to be

no longer listed in the census r eports.

Notwithstanding the war between the States (186J-

65), the census of 1870 showed for Georgia 3,836 manufacturing establishments or 1,946 more than in 1860. ThcJ

capital was $13,930,125 and the value of products $31,-

196,115. Taking the same that were leading counties in

1850 in capital and value of products and we find their

r eport for 1860 and 1870 to be as follows :

Richmond, capital for 1860, $1,657,200 and value of prod

ucts $1,362,642, while for 1870 the capital was $1,345,155

and value of products, $2,614,405; Muscogee, for J860,

capital $808,500, and value of products, $1,409,711, whiln

for 1870 the capital was $1\889,770 and value of prod-

ucts, $1,856,660, and this notwithstanding tlie fearful de-

struction of all manufacturing establishments in that

county in 1865; Clarke, for 1860, capital $294,700 an(l

value of products $398,838, while for 1870 the capital

was $501,325 and value of products, $860,720; Chatham,

for 1860, capital, $913,400, value of products, $1,917,357, and for 1870 capital $1,148,075, value of products $2,- ~

805,771; Bibb, for 1860, capital $955,131, value of prod-

ucts $1,003,824 and for 1870 capital $805,704, value of

products $1,497,301.

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During this decade (1860-1870) a new industry was

developed which had its origin, where it was most needed,

in the Southern States. This was the manufacture of icc.

Dr. John Gorrie, who was bom in Charleston, S. C.,

October 3, 1803, and died in Apalachicola, Florida, J nne

16, 1855, cliscovered in 1849 the process of making artifi-

cial ice. H e exhibited in 1850 a small working model of

an ice machine, for which be obtained a patent on May

6th, 1851. This was about eleven years before Seebec 's

i C\P. machine wa s exhibited -in London in J862 by Carre &

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Company, a French finn. Dr. Gorrie did not live long enough to derive any profit from his invention. Amonument to Dr. Gorrie, with approp riate inscriptions, stand_s on the public sq uare 'in Apalachicola 1md the Statn of Florida has placed hi s statue among the illustrious sons of the Republic in Statuary Hall, in the Capitol at Washington. The first ice facto ry of commercial importance was incorporated and put in operation in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1866.
There were, in 1870, only four ice factories in tho United States and th ese were confined to the Southern States. The cen sus of 18 0 showed 35 establishments in the United States for tho manufacture of ice, all in tho South except five in California and one in Missouri. By 1889 the-re wer e 222 es tablishments with 2,826 wage earner s and with products valued at $4,900,983, a very large increase from 1869, when there were only 4 establishm ents with 97 wage earners and products valued at $258,250. By 1899 only 13 States r eported no ice manu- fa cturing plants; in 1904 only 9; by 1909 only 7, in 1914 only 4, namely, Maine, Now Hampshire, Vermont and North Dakota. In 1914 there wer e in the United States 2,543 ice manufacturing establishments with 23,011 wage earners, a capital of $174,308,511 and products valued at $60,386,267. Georgia had in 1914 seventy-four such e tablishmonts, a capital of $8,342,247 and products valued at $2,065,000. According to r eports r eceived in the Georgia Department of Commerce and Labor in 191!} Georgia had .89 ice factorj es, with a capital of $10,367,597 and products valued at $2,886,666.
FIGURES FOR 1918.
The number of manufacturing establishments in each c?unty in Georgia for 1850 has already been giyen. The ~tgures for 1918, obtained in the spring of 1919, is both lllstructive and interesting: Applino-, 7; Bacon, 6; Baker, 5; Baldwin, 20; Banks, 2; Barrow, 20 ;Bartow,29 ;Berrien 8 ; Ben H ill,29 ;Bibb,87; Bleckley, 12; Brooks, 20; Bryan, 7; Bulloch, 21; Burke, 20; Bu tts, 16; Calhoun, 12; Camph 11. J0; Camden, 6; Canr1lr r . 3; Carroll, 27 ; Catoosa, 5
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Charlton, 4; Chatham, 135; Chattahoochee, 1; Cha.ttooga,

9; Cherokee, 23; Clarke, 53; Clay, 13; Clayton, 2; Clinch, 2;

Cobb, 49; Coffee, 15; Colquitt,29; Columbia,2; Coweta, 41;

Crawford, 5; Crisp, 25; Dade, 1; Dawson, 2; Decatur; 38 ;-

DeKalb, 27; Dodge, 8; Dooly, 12; Dougherty, 43; Douglas,

7; Early, . 6; Effingham, 4; Elbert, 32; Emanuel, 12;

Evans, 14; Fannin, 2; Fayette, 12; Floyd, 61; Franklin,

17; Fulton, 430; Gilmer, 5; Glascock, 1; Glynn, 42; Gor-

don, 5; Grady, 14; Greene, 9; Gwinnett, 18; Habersham,

15; Hall, 33 ; Hancock, 7; Harralson, 11; Harris, 13;

Hart, 8; Heard, 8; Henry, 17; Houston, 28; Irwin, 10;

Jackson, 16; .Jasper, 8; Jeff Davis, 5; Jefferson, 10;

Jenkins, 11; Johnson, 3; Laurens, 36; Liberty, 4; Lin-

coln, 1; Lowndes, 29; Lmnpkin, 6; McDuffie, 10; Mcin-

tosh, 7; Macon, 19; Madison, 4; Marion, 6; Meriwether,

11; Miller, 1; Milton, 8; )VJ:itchell, 20; Monroe, 15; Mont-

gomery, 2; Morgan, 12; Murray, 6; Muscogee, 81; New-

ton, 14; Oconee, 7; Oglethorpe, 5; Paulding, 13; Pickens,

5; Pierce, 4; Pike, 16; Polk, 26; Pulaski, 14; Putnam, 17;

Rabun, 6; Randolph, 20; Richmond, 77; Rockdale, 8

Schley, 4; Screven, 15; Spalding, 54; Stephens, 21; S

art, 10; Sumter, 35; Talbot, 7; Taliaferro, 5; Tattnall,

3; Taylor, 10; Telfair, 14; Terrell, 14; Thomas, 35; Tift,

23; Toombs, 17; Towns, 3; Troup, 33; Turner, 9;

0; Union, 1; Upson, 11; Walker, 21; Walton, 16; Wa

29; Warren, 7; Washington, 18; Wayne, 11; Webster, 0

Wheeler, 6; White, 5; Whitfield, 22; Wilcox, 10; W

22; Wilkinson, 4; Worth, 11. The total of the

manufactories is 2,807.

The counties that ha-ve reported to the Georgia

partment of Commerce and Labor as late as the sp

of 1919 manufacturing establishments with man

products -valued at one million dollars and upwards

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here arranged in alphabetical order.

Barrow-Capital $287,200, with products to the

of $],778,367. Bartow-Capital $1,7]2,790.50 and p

ucts valued at $2,9215,130; Ben Hill-Capital

with products valued at $2,023,341.26. Bib

$11,668,532.76 and products valued at $24,106,5

Butts-Capita1 $682,] 22.53 and products valued at

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173,713.72. Campbell-Capital $394,400 and products valued at $1,484,161.82. Carroll-Capital $1,322,000 and products valued at $5,222,317.29. Chatham-Capital $14,011,877.51 and products valued at $21,977,842.58. Chattooga-Capital $1,867,825.15 and products valued at $4,742,529.80. Cherokee-Capital $2,553,141.76 and products valued at $4,056,852.59. Clarke-=---Capital $3,331,115.55 and products valued at $5,002,080.07. Cobb- Capital $1,152,389.21 and products valued at $2,095,502.56. Colquitt-Capital $Q75,356 and products valued at $1,863,031. Coweta-Capital $3,857,286.91 and products valued at $8,081,505.40. Decatur-Capital $495,327 and products valued at $1,363,703.83. DeKalb- Capita1 $567,840 and products valued at $1,596,094.93. Dougherty-Capital $1,392,060.28 and products valued at $2,532,818.32. Douglas-Capital $896,222.75 and..products valued at $1,005,741.50. F loyd-Capital $4,742,160.50 and products valued at $9,723,735.12. Fulton-Capital $47,850,073.57 and products valued at $56,298,275.98. Glynn-Capital $2,271,970.49 a:p.d products valued at $4,831,189.55. Green-Capital $422,8156.83 and products valued at $1,157,951.75. Gwinnett-Capital $1,904,990.42 and products worth $3,422,687.45. Hall-Capital $4,216,756.34 and products valued at $6,268,715.43. H aralson- Capital $363,000 and products to the value of $1,551,500. Jackson-Capital $283,000 anrt products to the value of $1,888,822.27. Lo,'jlldesCapital $1,111,612.88 and pro.ducts to the value of $1,662,375.13. Meriwether-Capital $707,000 and products to the value of $4,370,026.42. Muscogee-Capital $12,729,286.39 and products to the valu e of $42,493,610.46. Newton-Capital $1,621,680 and products to the value of $4,076,036.91. Pike-Capital $382,490.58 and products to the value of $1,142,000. Polk_::_Capital $3,002,480 and products to the value of $4,641,183.27. Putnam- Capital $484,500 and pr oducts to the value of $1,004,941.28. Richmond- Capital $10,831,897.36 and products to the va lue of $20,346,016.92. Rockdale-Capital $302,250 and product. valued at $3,526,351.59. Spalding-Capital $4147,570.89 and products to the value of $7,515,65G.25.
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Troup-Capital $4,545,944.88 and products valued at $22.273,049.67. Walker-Capital $1,660,162.03 and products valued at $6,296,183.72. Walton-Capital $1,176,604.95 and products valued at $3,037,263.70. Ware-Capital $1,783,071 and products valued at $2,195,375. Whitfield -Capital $1,795,795 and products valued at $5,400,147.19.
There bas been a steady increase in the capital invested and the value of manufactured products in Georgia since 1870. After the close of the era which embraced the war between the States and the r econstruction period Georgia in the building: of new railroads and the variety and growth of manufactures reasserted her right to the title "Empire State of the South." By 1900 the capital invested in manufactures had gro>vn from $13,930,125 for 1870 to $79,303,316, and the value of manufactured products had increased from $31,196,115 to $94,532,368. In 1905 the capital was r eported as $135,211,551 and the value of products as $151,040,455. In 1910 these figures stood : Capital $202,777,665 and value of products $202,863,262. In 1915 the figures were, capital $258,325,811 and value of products $253,270,511.
From January to May, 1919, the r eports from the manufacturing industries for 1918 received by the Georgia Department of Commerce and Labor showed the capital invested in manufactures in Georgia to be $340,037,831.63, and the value of manufactured products to be $409,295,324.17.
There were 41 counties with manufa.ctured products ranging in value from one million upwards, the total of whose capital in manufactures was $155,857,501.62 and the value of whose manufactured products r eached $307,454,426.21. . The total manufacturing capital of four of these counties, Fulton, {uscogee, Chatham and Richmond, amounted to $85,423,104.83 or above $6,000,000 more than the capital thus invested in the whole State according to the U. S. census report for 1900. Two of them, Fulton and Muscogec, reported the combined value of their manufactured products at $98,791,886.44 or over four million more than the tota1value of manufactures in Georgia according to the r eport of the U. S. census for
1900.
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11he high cost of nearly all material used in manufac turing in1918 accounts in great mectsure for the abnormal incr ease in value of manufactured products in ] 918 over
the figures of the u. S. census for 1915. Whether the fig-
ures of 1919, which will be the basis for the report of the U. S. census for 1920, will measure up to those for 1918, which were due largely to war conditions, ca1motfor the present be determined. 'But the reports for 1918 show that Georgia manufacturers, whether capitalists or laborers, did not lag behind any other class of industrial workers in earnest endeavor to do their part in promoting the prosperity of our country~ thereby helping to win the great world war.
THE COTTON SEED OIL INDUSTRY.
There were early hints of what might be done with cotton seed, besides the raising of cotton for the lint. As early as 1770 some Moravians at Bethlehem, Pa., put on exhibition oil from cotton seed. But this discovery made no serious impression at the time. The invention of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney in 1792 turned the attentiou of the world to the production of the lint and its manufacture into yarn and cloth. For a long time the average farmer regarded the seed as useless for anything but -replanting, after which the remainder was destroyed. The late Ron. James Callaway, of Macon, one of Georgia's best historians and writers, is autho1ity for the statemeilt that Henry C. Fuqua, of Laurens county, Georgia, was the first person of record, to discover the value of cotton seed as a fertilizer and that this discovery was by accident.
The Hammond Hand Book of South Carolina, an official publication issued in 1882, shows complete and exact records of an oil mill erected in 1802 at Columbia, S. C., by Benjamin Warring, who obtained one gallon of oil from one bushel of cotton seed. This plant, after being operated for a while, fail~d and was forgotten.
James Hamilton Couper, of a noted Georgia family, and whose father sleeps in the cemetery at Frederica, the favorite home of Oglethorpe, on St. Simon's Island,
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on the Georgia coast, began about 1834 at Natchez, Mississippi, the first cotton seed oil mill in the Unit 1l States to become a r eal -commercial proposition and turned out its first produ t in 1836. fr . Con per met with enough success to e tablish another mill at Mobile, Alabama. The lack of financial strength caused the fail..- ure of both of those enterprises, but not until they had given a hint of what might some da y be accomplished.
Important discoveries have often been made and their feasibility as business propositions so clearly demon strated as to convince a few with foresight clear ahead of their times long before II!.en are found, who possess at tho same time, the wisdom, courage and financial strength to push them to complete success. Mr. Edward Atkinson, of Brookline, Massachusetts, who was born in 1827 and died in 1905, and was the author of many pamphlets and some extensive works upon economic subjects, declared in 1861 that cotton seed would upon proper trial prove to be worth, outside of the lint, millions of dollars. But the war between the States and the reconstruction period halted for a time many a useful enterprise. Eveu as late as 1880 there was one cotton seed oil mill ill Georgia but none in South Carolina. But before the working season of 1882 began five new cotton seed oil mills had been established in Georgia and three in South Carolina. The new industry had come to stay. Since then its progress has been rapid and its profits secure. Georgia could show in 1890 seventeen cotton seed oil mill with a total capital of $992,101, cost of material $1,298,421 and products valued at $1,670,196. The number of active cotton seed oil mills in Georgia in 1900 was 52 with a capital of $2,500,000, paying for cotton seed $5,000,000 and with products worth $14,000,000. The census of 1910 gave Georgia 142 cotton seed oil mills with capital of $12,720,146, the cost of cotton seed $11,000,000 and products valued at $23,610,779. 'l1he cotton seed oil mills in Georgia for the entire season of 1918 were 177. According to bulletins from Washington, D. C., the operations of these plants from August 31st, 19]7, to July 3Jst, 1918, were as follows.: Capital and inve. tment, not including value of
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raw material and amount paid for wages, $23,000,000;

tons of cotton seed crushed, 764,457; cost of cotton seed

crushed, $54,949,169.16; wages paid to all employees, $1,-

651,000; total paid for cot,ton seed and wages, $56,600,169.

The manufactured products and their value were thu8

r eported, 32,599,000 gallons of crude oil, valued at $40,-

781,000; 366,000 tons of cake and cotton seed meal, valued

at $16,273,000; 180,000 tons of hulls, valued at $3,652,-

000 ; 186,655 bales of linters estimated each at 500 pounds

net and valued at $4,806,000, of all which values the grand

total was $64,912,000. Th~amount of cotton seed cru~hed

from August 1st, 1917, to January 31st, 1918, was 461,-

415 tons and from August 1st, 1918, to January 31st, 1919,

was 467,658 tons. The amount crushed in Georgia from

August 1st, 1918, to July 31st, 1919, was 831,974 tons, as

compared with 764,457 for the corresponding period of

the previous season.



COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS.
Fertilization has been practiced by agriculturists from time immemorial, but the commercial fertilizer industry in the United States in any large proportions is but little more than a half century old. In, the decade from 1850 to 1860 there was growing 1up a considerable trade in seafowl or Peruvian guano and in fertilizers manufactured from the phosphate beds along the Carolina coast. Th<'l compar atively few fertilizer factories of the United States turned out in 1859 products to the value of $891,344, in 1869 to the value of $5,515,118, which increased to $23,650,759 in 1879, to $39,180,844 in 1889, to $44,657,385 in 1899 and to $1Q3,960,213 in 1909. The sale of fertilizers in the United States including importations amounted to $114,883,000.
F ertilizer factories were not listed among Georgia manufactories until 1870 when there were reported six establishments with a capital of $51,500, raw material to the value of $80,022 and products valued at $163,950. Thi s industry has had a wonderful growth in Georgia. which State outranks all others in the Union in this line of manufactures. During the year ending December 31st,
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1918, there were in operation in Georgia 248 fertilizer factories and mixing plants with a capital and investment of $48,000,000, paying $36,000,000 for raw material and turning out products to the value of $43,000,000.
THE AUTOMOBILE.
One of the most. useful of the latest inventions is the automobile. After many efforts to perfect a horseless vehicle that could serve the purpose of trnvel and transportation over city streets and country roads and after repeated failures the wished-for success was attained and the manufacture of automobiles in 1895 assumed the character of a regular industry. By 1899 there were in the United States 3,700 automobiles, which by 1909 had increased to 11,000 and in 1916 to 1,200,000, including 32,000 electric carriages and 13,000 electric trucks. They have almost run off the city streets the vehicles drawn by horses and compete with them for pleasure, traffic and transportation on country roads and even for work upon the farms. The garages and shops for the -sale of automobile supplies are familiar sights in our cities today. The number of shops that dealt in automobile suppliea and did automobile repair work in Georgia was seventeen, when in 1914 the bureau of the United States census was gathering statistics for the bulletin on Georgia man-ufactures, which was published in 1917. In June, 1919, the nurp.ber of such establishments in Geor.gia was 730.
Among the manufactories of Georgia in Atlanta (1919) are the Hanson Auto Company, which manufactures in Atlanta automobile cars for travel and pleasure, and The Willingham Motor Truck Company, which is kept busy turning out the best class of motor trucks. The day is rapidly approaching when automobile factories will be as common in Georgia as are now the establishments for the making of buggies, carriages and other vehicles. The building of aeroplanes will doubtless soon be another of Georgia's manufactures.

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TABLE No. 1. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

Classes of No. M ills

Capital

Money Invested in Buildings and
Land and Equipment

Raw Material Used

Cost of Raw Material

Manufactured Products

Value of Manufactured
Products

Cotton and silk Mills___

148 S75 ,255 ,409 . 33 S
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49 ,935 ,504 . 27 332 ,597 ,876 lbs. of Cotton 14 ,343 ,327 lbs. of Yarn and
Waste.

S105 ,102 ,646 . 10 325,714 ,029 yds. of Cloth of many kinds such as

Sheeting, Duck, Drills, Denim, Khaki and

other fabrics.

128 ,005 ,483 lbs. of Duck~ Toweling, Ticking,

.

Lap Robes, Bed Spreads, etc. 82 ,914,383 lbs. of Yarn, 2 ,478,925 lbs. of
Thread, Sash Cord, Twine and Toweling,

770 ,398 dozens of Towels.

S170 ,244 ,864 . 46

Wl\o!Ioilllesn__ ___ __
C.;) ~

' 5 S1 ,011 ,492. 93

1 ,685 ,257 lbs. of $684,735.70 Cotton
288 ,775lbs of Yarn and Shoddy
155 ,580 lbs. Wool

S1_,136 ,504 . 98

3,090,932 yds. of Cloth, mixed Wool and Cot-

ton 616 ,451lbs. of Yarn.

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Sl ,897 ,117. 98

Mills that hSpniint _a_n_d____

6 $3,414 ,768. 52

11 ,121 ,538 lbs. of Cotton
$2 ,363 ,026. 94 3 ,0~~ {~~ lbs.

$5 ,771 ,189. 27 9 ,877 ,430 lbs. of Yarn. 2 ,669 ,983 dozen of Hose.

$10,402 ,248. 62

Mill(lns itth_a__t ____ - 19 Sl ,784 ,009 . 13 TotaL ___ 178 $81 ,465 ,679. 91

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2 ,899 123 lbs. $1,312 ,215.17' of Yarn $54,295,482.08 345 ,404 ,671 lbs
of Cotton 20 ~68 ,914 lbs. of arn, Waste
and Shoddy 155 ,580 lbs.
of Wool
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l$2 ,109 ,141. 75 $114 ,119 ,482. 10

2,654 ,240 dozen of Knit Hose and Knit Under-

wear.

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328 ,804 ,961 yds. of Sheeting, Duck, Drills. Denim, Khaki and other fabrics, including Woolen Goods.
131 ,096 ,415 lbs. of Duck, Toweling, Ticking, ~:S i}~~':;. ~~preads, also mixed Cotton

$3 ,278 ,511. 48 $185 ,822 '742. 54

93 ,408 ,264 lbs. of Yarn. 2 ,478 ,925 lbs. of Twine, Sash Cord, Thread and
Toweling; also 770 ,398 dozen of Towels. 5 ,324 ,223 dozen of Hose and Knit Underwear.

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TABLE No.2. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending D ecember 31 st, 1919.

. Classes of Mills

Producing Spindles

Ring

Mule

Total

Twisters (Twister
Spindles)

Number of Looms

Broad

Narrow

Total

Cotton and Silk Mills

,

Active Spindles and Looms ___ _ 2,385, 100 39,463

2,424 ,563 376 ,716

23 ,549

27 ,441

50 ,990

Woolen Mills Active Spindles and Looms ___ _
co Mills that Spin and Knit_ ___
<:1)
Total Active Spindles and Looms __ _____________ _-- --

5,000 48, 628
2,438,728

18, 740 2 ,4.00
60 ,603

23,74.0
5 1,02~

520 2,112

2,499 ,331 379 ,348

82 ' 23 ,631

44.0 '
27,881

522 51,512

Idle Spindles and Looms ______

6,661 12,067

18,728

30

30

Toatnadl ALcotoifvllelia__nd__I_d_l_e_S_p_i_n_d_l_e_s _ 2,445, 389

72,670 2,518 ,059

379,34.8

23 ,631

27,911

51,542

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TABLE No. 2.- Continued . Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending D ecember 31st, 1919.

.Other Kinds of Machinery

I Power Used I

I Number of Mills That

Classes of Mills

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Cotton Mills___ ___________ ___ __ 8, 000 ---- -- 117 ---- - - --- --- --- --- 35 85

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Woolen Mills ____ _____ _______ __

---- --

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Mills that Spin and Knit ____ ____ 276 --- --- 123 1,805 221 388 ----- - 2

6 ---- -- 4

5

5

Knitting Mills ___ __ __________ __ -- -- -- -- ---- 352 2 ,438 378 456 --- - - - 8 15 - - --- - 11 15

15

Totals _______ _____ ___ _____ 8,276 50 . 592 4,243 599 844 35

96 100 ------ 21

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T able No. 3. Textile Mills of Georgia for theYear ending December 31st, 1919.

Classes of Mills

Males

.Number of Operatives.
I

Females .

Total Males

I
Total Females

,
Grand Total

From 12 From 147'2 All over From 12 From 147'2 All over to 147'2 yrs. to 16 yrs. 16 years to 141.-\! yrs. to 16 years 16 years

Cotton and Silk Mills. ____ ___.

48

.

900

20 ,044

43

820

12,995

Woolen Mills. ___ _______ __. __
00

---- --

5

00 Mills that Spin and Knit __ ____ - - - - --

44

280 - -- - --

5

978 - - ----

52

200 1,163

Knitting Mills ___ ______ ______ . 2

Totals _____ __ _I________ _.

50

35

405

2

984

21,707

45

66

819

943

15,177

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20,992 285
1,022 442
22,741

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13, 858 205
1,215 887
16 '165
1

34,850 490
2,237 1,329 38,906

TABLE No. 4. Wages of the Employees and other expenses of t he Textile Mills of Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

CLASSES OF MILLS

Highest W eekly Wages of Males '

Highest Weekly Wages of Females

Lowest Weekly Wages of Malea

Lowest Weekly WageR of Females

Ages

Ages

Ages

Ages

12 to 14 ~ Over 12 to 14 ~ Over 12 to 14~ Over 12 to 14 ~ Over

14 ~ to 16 16 14 ~ to 16 16 14~ to 16 16 14 ~ to 16 16

Yrs.

Yrs. Yrs.
- -----

Yrs.

-Y-rs-.

Yrs.
- --

-Y-rs-.

Yrs.
---

-Y-rs-.

Yrs.
---

Yrs.
---

Yrs.

I mportant Items of Annual Expense

Salaries of Offi c e r s
and C lerk

Amn't P aid to Wage
Earners

Amn't Paid for R'p' rs & New M'~h'y

Total Am't of the Foregoing I tems of Expense

s s CoMttoi]nJs _a_n_d__S_i_l_k___

$

8.00 $10. 00 $15.00

to

to

8.00 $ 9.00 820.00

to

to to

$24.00 $50.00 $11. 80 $30.00 $35.00

3.00 s 4.80 s 4.25 s 5 . 50 s 5.30 $ 6.00 $2 ,503 ,371 . 13 $28,223,432. 69

to to $10. 83 $12.00

s

to 9. 70

to $12 . 25

$2,300,000 $33,026,803.82

Woolen M ill -- -- -

- -- -s

--
8.00

---
$35.00

o

to

-s

--
8.00

- --
$25. 00

-

-

-

-s

--
7.00

---
510. 00

-

-

-

-
$

--
7.00

$10

.

00

to

to

to

to $

40,800 . 00 s 469 ,356.35

-

c<:.o:> Mill. that Spin &
Knit ____ -------

- - - - - - -$1-0.0-0 -57-5.0-0

$ 9.00 $28.00

s to

to

$10. 00 860.00

815 . 00

$25. 00

---

-

$ 7.50 $25.00 $

--
7. 00

-:s

--
7 .00

---
$10 .00

-

-

-

s

--
6. 00

$

9. 00

to

to

IO

to

to

to

to $ 406,604.22 S1 ,522 ,498. 47

75,500

$15.00 $42. 00

$12. 00 $40.00 $15 .00 $15.00 $16.50

$10.00 $12.00

s Knitting

M ills __ __ $

6.

18

- --
7.00

---
$18.00

- --
$ 5.91

-s

--
7.50

-
$1

--
0.00

-
$

--
5.00

-s

--
4.50

-s

--
4 . 50

---
$5.00

-
$

--
4.50

s

4.50

to

to

\ $12.00 $44. 00

to

to

$10. 50 $50.00

s

to 7.20

to S15 . 00

s

to 5.00

s

to $ 9.00

I 139,638.10

s 825 ,374. 01

s

40,000

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Total of Expenses.

$3 ,090 ,413. 45 $31040,661.52 S2 ,415,500

s 510,156. 35
$2 ,004 ,602. 69 S1 ,005 ,012 . 11 $36546 ,574. 97

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WEEKLY PAY

I
S uperin tende n ts

Foretnen

Machinis ts

E lect.ricians

E ngineers

Firemen

$23.00 to $150.00
I

S24. 00 to S60. 00

$18.20 to $50. 00

S22. 50 to $50.00 S17. 00 to 840. 00

$ 12.00 to $30 . 00


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TABLE No. 5. Clothing, including Pants, Overalls, Shirts and Garments for Women and Children; also Awnings, Tents, \1attresses, etc., for the Year ending December 31st., 1919.

Number of

I Repairs and Pa.y of all Em-

Cost of

Total of the Foregoing

Value of

.,

Establishments Capital

New Machin-

ployes

M a t erials

Items of

Products

ery

Expense

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$2 ,600 ,000 $1,044,306 .49 $1,160 ,500 $6 ,200,000 $8,404 ,806.49 $9 ,800 ,000

The power used for running the machinery is in most cases electricity, although some of the work is done by hand.

~

Males

Females

The highest weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary f01r

different establishments as follows_ _______ _________________ __ __ ____ ____ $26.00 t o $80 .00 $11 . 00 to $35 .00

The lowest weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary for different establishments as follows __________ ___________ ________________ $ 6. 50 to $18 .00 $ 6.00 to $12 .75

The average weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary for differept establishments as follows__ _______________ ___ __ _______ ___ __ __ _ $11 .25 to $19 .00 $11.50 t o $16 .00

Number of Estat1lishments

TABLE No. 6. Compresses in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 191~.

Capital

Number of Employees

Whites

I
NejiTOes

Total

Highest Capacity Lowest Capacity

of Presses

of Presses

Per Day

per Day

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42

$4,076 ,853

483

1 ,600

2 ,083

2 ,500

480

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MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents

Foremen

Weighers

Engineers

Firemen

Ordinary Laborer!'

.~ ....
$1 8 5 . 0 0

$110. 00 to $150 .00 $80 .00 to $120 .00 $95 .00 to $150.00 $60 .00 to $90 .00

$60 .00

TABLE No. 7. Cotton Oil Mills in Georgia for the entire Season from August 31st, 1918, to July 31st, 1919, anrl for Seed Crushed to March 31st: 1920

Number of Mills in Operation
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160

Capital and Investment not Ineluding Value of Raw Material and Amount Paid for
Wages
$25,000,000

Tons of Cotton Seed Produced
947,000

Raw Material with cost of same and Wages Paid to all Euployees

Total Paid for

Tons of Cotton Cost of Cotton Wages Paid to all Cotton Seed ana

Seed Crushed Seed Crushed

Employees Wages to all

841,238

.rv Employees

,-V;3f O fll7. ~o '-$l3 ,Dft-7::;000

$2,806,370 . 50

"'fo<~$7S5;,t8-7?3

j, 3 7
7370.50

(J,

Manufactured Products and their Value

Gallons of

~ t.:)

Crude Oil

Value

Tons of Cake and
Cotton Seed Meal

Value

Tons of Hulls

Value

Bales of
Linters (each 500 lbs. net.)

Value

Grand Total of
Value

34 .742 ,000

$44,922,000 398, 000 $20, 829,000 224,000

I $3,535 ,000 155,517 $3 .781.ooo $73 ,067 ,000

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The amount of Cotton seed crushed from August 1st, 1919; to March- 31st, 1920, is 687 ,161 tons as compared with 668,912 tons for the same period last year.
The majority of plants have two presses. Some have five. The capacity of plants varies from 12 to 60 tons of seed
used each twenty four hours. Between 3 ,500 and 4 .000 laborers were employed last year. AMOUNTS PAID WEEKLY

Superintendents

Foremen

Machinists

E lectricians

_Engineers

Firemen Ordinary Laborers

From

From

F r om

From

,

From

From

F r oll;l

$25 .00 to $75 .00 $20 .00 to $50 .00 $20.00 to $40.00 25.00 to $40 .00$19.00 to $35 .00$17 .00to$32.00 $15 . 00 t o $30 .00

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TABLE No.8. Fertilizer Factories and Mixing Plants in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

Number of Establishmenta in operation during the Sea-
sou

Capital and Investment

248

$50 ,000 ,000

Spent for Repairs and
NewMachinery $1,003,915

Raw Materials Used in Manufacturing. Sulphates, Phoslhates, Pyrites , Ground ..~imestone,
~~s~~J" M~~~ Th~ c?~;;
quantities of the varied raw material has not been given, nor the value of each sepa-
rately.

Value of the Raw Mate-
rial Used. $32 ,000 ,000

Average_

Number of Total Pay of

Ton. of

Wage Earners Wage Earners Manufactured

Products

4,900

$1,873,300

95 0 , 9 55

Value of M a n u f a c t ur e d
Products $41 ,842 ,020

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superintendent

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$18.00 to $35.00

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TABLE No.9. Brick, Tile, Sewer Piping, Cement and Clay Products in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

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Engineers

Machinists

Electricians

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$20.00 to $100.00 $15.00 to $40 .00

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AMOUNTS PAID IN WEEKLY WAGES
Foremen Engineers Machini.';ts Electricians Pattern Metal Firemen Makers Workers

Painters

Pit Men

Aporentices

$30.00 to
$100.00

$25.00 to
$50.00

$25 .00 to
$65 .00

$28 .00 to
$45 .00

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$35 .00 to
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$20 .00 to
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TABLE No. 11. Marble and Granite Quarries and Marble Yards in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

Number of Plants

Capital

Amount

Value of Amount

Spent for Raw Mat er- Paid to Offi-

New Machin- rial

cers and

ery and

Clerk s

Repairs

Amotmt Total of Fore- Avcrage N urn- Value of Manu-

P a id

going E x- bcr of Wage factured

to Wage

p enses

E a r n ers

Products

Earners

118
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$5,847,128 .96 $125 ,000 . $3.762,000 $285 ,000 $1 ,525 ,000 $5 .G97, 000 WEEKLY PAYMENTS

3 ,200

$7 ,525 .000

Superin~ tendents
0'>
$25.00 to
$75 .00

Foremen Engineers Machinists Electricians

$20 .00 to
$60 .00

$17 .00
to $38 .00

$17 .00 . to
$38.00

$30 .00 to
$45 .00

Foremen
$12 .00 to
$30.00

Drillers
$12.00 to
$28 .00

I Truckers Stone Cutters

Bln.cksmiths

$10 .00 $19.00

to

to

$16 .00 - $40 .00

$17.00
to $35.00

Polishers
$8.00 to $20.00

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TABLE No. 12. Bottlers and Manufacturers of Soft Drinks in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

Number of Plants

Capital

Amount Spent

Amount

on New Value of Raw Paid to

M achinery Material Officers and

and Repairs

Clerks

Amount Paid to
Wage Earners

Total of Foregoing Expenses

Value of

Average

Manufactured Number of

Products

Wage

Earners

261

$27 ,037,559 .35 $304 ,053.92 $6,267,287.02 $337,070 .74 $584,284.17 $7,492,696.45 $12 ,906 ,415.85 1 ,584

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TABLE No. 13. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Carts and Materials in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

Number of Establish-
ments
63

Capital and Number of Investment Wage
Earners $3,100,000 1,100

Expenses

Amount Paid Amount Paid Cost of Raw

to Officers and to Wage Material

Clerks

Earners

$155,250

$600 ,000 $1,400 ,000

Repairs and New Machin-
ery
$75,000

Total of Foregoing Expenses
-
$2 ,230,250

Value of Manufac-
tured Products
$2,850,000

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superinten~ dents
00
$35.00 to
$115 .00

Foremen Engineers Machinists Firemen Bookkeepers
,

$30.00 to
$60 .00

$17 .00
to $30.00

$17 .00
to $50 .00

$10.00
to $25 .00

$25 .00 to
$40 .00

Painters Wood Workers Trimmers

$17.00
to $35.00

$22.00
to $45 .00

$17.00 to
$35 .00

Blacksmiths $16.00 to $25 .00

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TABLE No. 14. E lectric Power and Light P la nts in Georgia for th e Year ending December 31st , 1919.

I
Expenses

Amount Paid Amount Paid Amount Paid Total of

Number of Capital and forNewMa- to Officers to Wage Foregoing

Plants Surplus

chinery and and Clerks Earners

Expenses

Repairs

UTILITIES

Number of Places served by Nmnber of Cities,

Electric cars, including Towns and Villages

Cities, towns, villages, sta- lighted by elec-

tions, rural retreats and

tricity .

places of resort.

140 i$100 ,000,000 $758,180 $1 ,145, G45 $4 ,1 32.660 $6,036,485

75

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Superintenden ts

MONTHLY PAY OF OFFICIALS AND WAGE EARN;ERS
.

Foremen T reasurer Bookkeepers Salesmen Clerks
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HlO -I Engineers Machinists

$120.00
to $420.00

$110 .00
to $250.00

$100.00
to $160 .00

$90 .00
to $195 .00

$125. 00
to $200.00

$95.00 $70 .00

to

to

$160.00 $145 .00

$60.00 to
$175 .00

$85. 00 to
.$150. 00

$90.00
to $200.00

E lectricians

Firemen

Condu ctors

Motormen

Linemen

$95 .00
to $175.00

$75 .00
to $1 2 5 . 0 0

$75 .00
to $140 .00

$75.00
to $1 40.00

$95 .00 to
$150 .00

Sub-Stntion Power House Car House Men

Men

M en

$75 .00
to $125 .00

$75.00
to $110 .00

$60.00 to
$75 .00

Number of Plants

TABLE No. 15. Gas Plants in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1919.

Capital
-

Expenses

Amount spent Value of Amount paid Amount paid Total of Fore-

for New Ma- Materials Used to Officers and to Wage going Expenses

cbinery and

Clerks

Earners

R epairs

Value of Products

19

Ol 0

Managers

$12 ,000,000
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$500,000

$835,709 .18 $215,000

$375 ,600 $1 ,926,309 .18

MONTHLY PAY OF OFFICIALS AND WAGE EARNERS

Sttperintendents Foremen

Secretary and Salesmen Treasurer

Bookkeepers Stenographers

$3 ,450 ,000 Clerks

$100 .00 to
$375. 00

$100 .00
to $225 .00

$100 .00
to $175 .00

$100 .00 to
$175. 00
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$75 .00 to
$160 .00

$80 .00
to $175 .00
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$125.00

$q0.00 to
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Number of Plants

TABLE No. 16. Ice Factories in Georgia for the Year endin g December 31st, 1910.

Capital and Surplus

Amount Spent

Amount Paid

for New Ma- Value of to Officers and

chinery and Materials Used Clerks

Repairs

I
Amount Paid to Wage
Earners

Total of F o r ego in g
Expenses

Value of Products

89

$10 ,450,000 $384,572.76 $790 ' 125 . 58 $350,000

$881,454 $2 '406 ' 152 .34 $3,327,955.86

Superintendents Foremen

AVERA' GE WEEELY PAYMENTS

Engineers

Machinists

Firemen

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$30 .00

$18.00

$17.00

$18.00

$12 .00

$10.00

to

to

to

to

to

to

$75 .00

$50 .00

$45.00

$50.00

$25 .00

$20 .00

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TABLE No. 17. Other Manufactures and Ut ilities in Georgia for t he Year ending December 31st, 1919

Expenses.

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Bakeries, Conleetioneries, Candies 192
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Barrels, Boxes, C rates, Staves, etc _ 65
Brooms_ _________ - - 25 Canning Establish-
ments ___ ____ -- - -- 65 Cigars and Tobacco __ 57 Flour and G rist Mi lls 156 Furniture, includin~
Sash, Doors an Blinds and F inish- 151 ed Woodwork.

$3,000,000 $3 ,100,000
$ 25 0 , 000 S633 ,400 $200,360 $4 ,000 ,000
$5,000,000

$486,610 $4 ,200,000 $425 ,000 S658 ,000 $5,769 ,610 $216,528 $2 ,700,000 $123 ,851 $939 ,405 53 ,979 ,784
$6 ,500 $200,000 S14 ,000 561 ,872 5282 ,372

$ 27. 00

$9 ,250 ,000 1,600 to 526 .00 $30.00 515.00 $10.00 58 . 00 $10 . 00 $7.00

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$37.00 512 .00 $15.00

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S21. 00 515 . 00

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to 28.00 510.00 $8 . 00 58 . 00 58.00 $8.00

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- - - - - - 566,700

$463 ,486 526 ,969 5325 ,220

5882 ,375

S1 ,203 ,700

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$1,000 5322 ,632 S6G ,000 5240 ,000 8629,632

- - - - - - $900,000 430 537. 50 -S30-. 0-0 -85-.0-0 - - - 86.00 -$3-. 0-0 -$5-.0-0 - - -

820.00 $18 . 00

S75 ,000 S10 ,000 ,000 8180 ,000 5250,000 $10,505,000 S15 ,000,000 1,500 to

to 518 . 00

518.00 $12.00 $9.00

-S10-0. -00 -$22-. 0-0 - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - -

ss ,900,000

$40 .00 515 .00 815 . 00 59 .00

4,200 to

to

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$8.25 $12 . 00 $8 . 00

to

to

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S150 ,000 54 ,500,000 5500 ,000 2,000,000 $7,150,000

5225.00 $28.85 525 .00 812.00

$ 12.00 $15 . 00 $12.00

Laundries _______ ___ 75

S650 ,000

Leather Goods, Tanneries, Saddlery and Harness

46 S2 ,800,000

Miscellaneous Manufactories with not enough of a kind to 56 $28,991,332 Cfolramss a__s_e_p_a_r_a_t_e_ __

850 ,000 8600 ,000 $175,000 S600 ,000 S1 ,425 ,000
s
$75,000 $1 ,878 ,904 $717 ,090 1,190,840 53 ,861,834

- - - 53,000,000 1 ,000 $75.00 -$30-. 0-0 -$2-5.0-0 -$12-.0-0 -52-5.0-0 -$1-5.0-0 $-12-. 0-0 -55-.5-0

$25.00 $18. 00

510.00 56.00

54 ,750,000 1,300 to

to $21.00 $15. 00 to to $9.00 86.00

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$87,344 $1 ,448 ,851 $400 ,000 S600 ,000 $2,536,195 $2,830,114 1,000 $100. 00 $30.00 $22 . 00 510.00 $10.00 S9 . 00 SiO.OO $9 . 00

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STATE LABOR BUREAUS IN THE UNITED STATES

LOCATION

TITLE

CHIEF OFFICER

ADDRESS

District Alabama

of Columbia- -- Department -------------Department

1ooff

Labor Prison

~ -------------- -- - -- - --- Wm. B. Wilson & Child Labor Inspection Glenn Andrews

-------Washington -------Montgomery

Arkansas -------------Bureau of Labor and Statistics----- - - ----- --- Thomas A. Wilson ----Little Rock

California -- ---------- Bureau of Labor Statistics------------------- - John P. McLaughlin ---San Francisco

Colorado ------------- - Bureau of Labor Statistics----- ----- ---------- W. L. Morrissey -- -- --Denver Connecticut -----------Department of Labor and Factory Inspection__ William S. Hyde_______ Hartford

Delaware ------------- Labor Commission ---- -- ------------------ --- J. Edgar Rhodes _______ Wilmington

Florida ---------------Labor Inspector ------------ ----------------- J. C. Privett ---------Jacksonville

Georgia --------------Department of Commerce and Labor ----------H. M. Stanley--------- Atlanta

Idaho ---------------- Labor Commission -------- -- ----------------- W. J . McVety : _____ __ _ Boise illinois ---------- -- - -- Department of Labor ______ _________ ___: ___ ___ Barney Cohen -- -- ----Springfield

Indiana------ --------- Industrial Board ------------------- - -- ----- -- Samuel R. Artman_____ Indianapolis ~ Iowa -----------------Bureau of Labor Statistics __ _______ :_________ A. L. Urick ______ __ ___ Des Moines

Kansas ---- -------- ---Department of L abor and ~ndustrY------------ J. H . Crawford________ Topeka

Kentucky------------- Bureau of Labor, Agriculture and Statistics___ Mat S. Cohen___ ___ ___ Frankfort

Louisiana ------------- Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics----- Frank E. Wood________ 'New Orleans

Maine ----------------Department of Labor and IndustrY------------ Roscoe A. Eddy _____ __ _ Augusta

Maryland - ----- ------- Board of Labor and Statistics------------ ---- Charl~s J. Fox_____ ___ Baltimore

Massachusetts ---------Department of Labor and Industries-------------------------------- Boston

Michigan -- -- --- ------Department of Labor -- ------------- -------- - R. H. F letcher___ ___ ___ Lansing Minnesota -- --- -------Department of Labor and I ndustries __________ Jolhn P. Gardiner____ __ St. Paul

Mississippi------------ Department of Factory Inspection_______ __ ___ _ A. B. Hobbs----------- Jackson

Missouri --- -------- ___ Bureau of Labor Statistics-- ---- ------- _____ -- William H. Lewis ______ Jefferson City

Montana -------------- Department of Labor and Industry________ ____ W. J. Swindlehurst_ ___ Helena



Nebraska --- ----------Department of Labor ------ --- ----- ----------Frank A. Kennedy___ __ Lincoln

Nevada ------- --- -- --- Labor Commission ------------------ --- -- ---- Robert F. Cole-- --- ---- Carson City New Hampshire------- Bureau of Labor ------------------------ ------ JohnS. B. Davie_______ Concord

New Jersey----------- Department of Labor -- ------- - ---- -------- --Lewis T. Bryant____ __ Trenton

New York ------------Industrial Commission -----------------------Edward F. Boyle___ ___ New York North Carolina -------Department of Labor a nd Printing__ __ _: _______ M. L. Shipman________ Raleigh

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STATE LABOR BUREAUS I)~" T liE UNITED STATES-Continued.

LOCATION

TITLE

CHIEF OFFICER

ADDRESS

North Dakota - --- ----Department of Agriculture and Labor ___ __ ____ J. N. Hagan ___________ Bismarck

Ohio---------- -------- Industrial dommission --------- - -------------- T. J. Duffy ____________ Columbus Oklahoma ------ - - ----Department of Labor ___ ____ __J __________ ____ C. E. Connally _________ OklaJhoma City

Oregon ------------ - - -B ureau of Labor-- ---------- -- ------ -- --- ---- C. H. ,Gram____________ Salem



Pennsylvania --------- Departm ent of Labor and Industry---- - ----- -- Cliffo1d B. Connelley __ Harrisburg.

Philippine Islands __ ___ Bureau of Labor___ ----- ---- -- ------ -- ---- --- Faustino Aguilar ------ Manila

Porto Rico ----- -- --- - Department of Labor ---------- ---- -- -- ------Manuel Camunas ______ San Juan

Rhode Island ---------Bureau of LabOL----- -----~ -- -- ---- -- - -- ---- George H. Webb ------Providence

Sout!h Carolina -- --- ---Dept. Agriculture, Commerce and Industries- --- B. Harris------ - ------- Columbia

South Dakota - ----- -- [ndnstrial Commission ---- -- -------- ------ ---. Charles McCaffree----- Pierre

Tennessee - -------- ---- Department of Workshop a.nd Factory Inspection Louis L. Allen _________ Nashville

c:rc Texas ------------ ---- Bureau of Labor StatisticS---- ---- --- - - --- -- -- T. C. Jennings-- ---- -- - Austin

CTt Utah ------ -- ----- - ---Industrial Commission---- -------------- ---- -- P . A. Thatcher________ Salt Lake City

Vermont -------------Commission of Industries ----------------- ---John S. Buttles_____ ___ Montpelier

Virginia --------- -----Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics_____ John Hirschberg____ ___ Richmond

Washington----- --- --- Bureau - of Labor ____________ __ ______________ _ C. H. Younger__ __ _____ Olympia

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West Virginia ---- -- -- Bureau of Labor_ __ - -------- - ----r-- - - -- -- -- - Samuel B. Montgomery_ Charleston Wisconsin ------------Industrial Commission ---- -- -- ----------------George P. HambrechL- Madison Wyoming _____ ---- ____ Commission of Labor and Statistics---- - ___ _.. Harry C. Hoffman ____ Cheyenne

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CITY

COMMERCI AL ORGANIZATIONS I N GEORGIA STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE President, H. G. Hastings Secretary, F . C. Abbot t
CITY AND COUNTY ORGAl~IZATION S

COUNTY

ORGA"NIZATION

PRESIDENT

SECRETARY

Alba ny ---- --- - - - - ---- Dougherty --- ---------Chamber of Commerce__ C. W. Rawson __ _____ ___ John H . Mock
Americus --- - --- - ---- - Sumter ------ -- --- - ---Chamber of Commerce__ S. S. Glover --------- - P. A. Fenimore Athens ---- -- ---- --- - -Clarke - - ---- --- - -- ---- Chamber of Commerce__ J. T. Tibbetts __ ____ ____ D.P. Haselton Atlanta--- - -------- - - - Fulton --- -- - -- - - - - - --Chamber of Commerce__ Eugene R. Black __ _____ T . E. Robertson
Augusta --- - - ---------Richmond - -- - -- - - - ---- Board of Commerce ____ A. H. MerrY-- ------ - - - H. A. Wheeling Bainbridge - --- ----- - -- Decatur---- -- -- -- - - - -- Board of Trade________ J. M. Simmons -------- A. C. Lade Barn esville -- - ----- - --Pike- ----- ----- ----- -- Board of Trade________ W . H. MitchelL _____ __
Baxley ---- - - ---- ---- -Appling - ------- - ----- Farmers Co-op. Assn, __ _ H . C. McCracken ___ ____ C. W . Melton ~ Blue Rid ge ___ --- -- - __ Fannin - ----- --- ------ Business Men's L eague_ J. N. Daves-- ---- -- - --- J . T. H olden
Boston ----- -- - - - -----Thomas - - - --- -- --- ---- Chamber of Commerce__ W. E . Nichols___ ___ ___ H. C. Rogers
Brunswick - ----- ------ Glynn ---- -- -- - --- ---- Board of Trade- -- - - --- Geo. H. Smith -- --- ---A.M. Smith
w. Buford - ----- ------ - -- Gwinnett -- ---- ---- --- Chamber of Commer ce__ E. A. Willbanks-- - - -- - W. 0 . Shadburn
Cairo -- - --- - ------ - - - -Grady ---------- -- ---- Board of Trade- ------- B. tRoddenberry _____ G. W. Wilson Camilla - - ----- ---- --- - Mitchell ---- ---- -- ----Chamber of Commer ce__ J. M. Butler______ _____ W. E. Hughes Jarrollton -- - --- -- -----Carroll - - -- - -- --- - ----Board of Trade _____ ___ A. J. Baskin____ __ ___ _
Cedartown ---- ---- --- - Polk --- - ------ ---- --- Chamb er of Commerce__ R.N. Noble--- --- -- - --- E. L. Henderson Chatsworth - - -- ----- --Murray ---- - --- ------Chamber of Commerce__ J. A. Nyberg__ ____ ____ T. E. Green Clarkesville -- --- - -----Habersham -- ------ ---- Chamber of Commerce__ W. S. Irwin_________ -- F. M. Reeve
Columbus ------ - - ----- Muscogee -- -- - - -------Chamber of Commerce__ --------- ---------- - -- S. A. Spivey Commerce---- -- -- ----- Jackson--- -- ----- ----- Board of Trade---- ---- P . T. Harber __ ______ __ G. L. Carson Conyers-- -- - -- - ---- - - - Rockdale '-- ------ - ----Board of Trade__ ____ __ R. D. Hewlett-- -- -- - ~ - Brown Tyler Cordele -- --- --- -------Crisp ----- -- --- - - ----- Chamber of Commerce__ C. D. Ber caw ________ __ W. H . Dorris
Cornelia ----- - -- - - ---- Hab ersham ------ -- ---- Chamber of Commerce__ Wm. Everhart ------ -- J . L. Rop er Crawfordville - - -- -- ---Taliaferro ---- - - ------Board of Trade________ J . A. B eazley ___ _______ Hy. Cloud Dallas ------- - - - ------ Paulding -- -- -- - --- - - -Chamber of Commerce__ G. W. H elms__ ________ H. L. Turner Dalton ------- ------ --Whitfield-- ------ -- -- - Chamber of Commerce__ B. A. Tyler __ ________ __

Dawson ------ ------- -Terrell ---- ----------- Chamber of Co=erce__ J. D. Weaver ----- - --Decatur - - -- ---------- DeKalb ---- -- --- -- ----Board of Trade-- ------ C. D. McKinney ___ ____ Mrs. L. E. Smith

Dougla s ------ - - - - -- - -Coffee--- - ------- - --- - Chamber of Co=erce__ F . W. Dart------ ---- -- Melvin Tanner Dublin _..,_ ___ __________ Laurens ----------- - - - Chamb er of Commerce__ S. M. K ellam __ _____ __ N. G. B artlett

Eastman -- ---- ----- - --Dodge ---- -- - ----- - --- Chamb er of Commerce__ W. L. Jessup _____ _____ Jas. Bishop, Jr.

E llijay ---- - - - ----- - - - Gilmer-- - ----- - ------ - Board of Trade__ ___ ___ N. L. Tankerley _____ ___ W. K. Reese

Fairburn-- -------- - - - - Camrpbell -------------Chamber of Co=erce__ W. H. Mcilarin________ R. F. Jones

Folkston ------- ----- -- Cha;rlton ------- ----- - -Chamber of Commerce__ B. F. Scott____________ D. Williams

Forsyth------- --- ---- -' Monroe ---------------Chamber of Co=erce__ G. W . Newton________ B. Willingham Fort Valley - - --- - - --- Houston -------- - - -- - -Board of Trade_____ ___ H. C. Riley______ _____ J.D. Kendrick

Gainesville - -- -- ------ Hall - - - - - --- ------ --- - Chamber of Co=erce__ B. S. Barker___________ S. H. Browne

Greenviile - -- --- -- - --- Meriwether --------- - -Chamber of Co=erce__ W. L. HowelL- - --- - - --

Griffin ------ --------- Spalding -------- --- --Chamber of Co=erce__ B. B. Brown ________ ___ W. B. Royster

H amilton ___ -- - ---- --- Harris ---------------- Chamber of Co=erce__ T. H. Kimbrough ______ C. K. Stout

Hampton -- ---- - ------ Henry ------------ ----Chamber of Commerce__ W. M. HarriS----------

Hartwel1 ---- - - -- - - --- Hart - ------- - ------ -- Chamber of Commerce__ J . R. Leard----- - ------ L . L. Morris

Hawkinsville ---- ---- -Pulaski ---------------Chamber of Co=erce__ F. B. Waterman_______ W . 0. Jelks

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Jackson ---- -- - --- ---- Butts---------- --- ---- Chamber of Co=erce__ F. S. Etheredge_______ J.D. Jones Jefferson --- -- ---- - - --Jackson ___ _.:. ___ ______ Board of Trade _______ _ W. H. Smith_____ ______ J. M. Richardson

Jeffersonville __ ____ _.../ Twiggs ----- - -- -- ---- -Chamber of Commerce__ J. G. Backmore------- - A. K . Smith

Jesup --------- - -- -- -- Wayne ------- -------- 600 Club------- ------ - H. W. Pearson _____ ___ W. D. Turne1

LaGrange-- - ----- ----- Troup ------ -- ------ --Chamber of Co=erce__ J. A. PerrY------------

'

Dawrenceville - --- -- -- Gwinnett ---- - -- ------ Board of Trade-- - ----- T. W. Haskins___ ______ J. E. Craig

Locust Grove ---- - ----Henry ___ ____..\ ________ Civic League---------- Claude Gray -- - ----- -- H. E . Mahone

Macon -- -- - - - -------- Bibb ----- - --- ~ - --- -- -Chamber of Co=erce__ ------------ - ------- - - F . Roger Miller

Madison ---- -------- - _ Morgan ----- __ __------ Chamber of Commerce__ C. L . C. Thomas_______ C. M. Furlow

Manchester - - -- -- -- -- - Meriwether ------ -- --- Commercial Club ______ P. G. Awtry_________ __ I. N. Johnson

Marietta---- ----- - -- -- Cobb ----------- ---- --Chamb er of Commerce__ J. W. Hancock-------- Metter ------------ - -- Candler---------- ---- - Chamber of Commerce__ Chas. E. Smith__ ______ _ G. L. Williams

Monroe -- -- ------- --- - Walton ---------- - ---- Board of Trade________ A. C. KelleY------- - -- - A. B. Mobley

Moultrie -- ---- ---- --- Colquitt -------- ------Chamber of Commerce__ Park Haner----------- H. B. Caldwell Nashville ----------- - - Berrien--------------- Chamber of Co=erce__ J . B. Luke_____ _______ _ R. H . Wheless

Newnan ----- -- ----- -- Coweta ----- ---- - - -- - Chamber of Commerce__ H . H . North-------- --- F . B. Cole

Ocilla -- - --- -- -- ---- - - Irwin------------- --- - Chamber of Commerce__ L. R. Tucker - ---------

Quitman - -- ---------- Brooks -- ---- --------- Chamber of Commerce__

E. B. Cummings

Cm1MERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GEORGIA STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE President, H. G. Hastings Secretary, F . C. Abbott
CITY AND COUNTY ORGANIZATIONS

CITY

COUNTY

ORGANIZATION

PRESIDENT

Reidsville -- ----- ---- -- Tattnall - - -- ----------County Farm BureaU--- W. H. Yeoman ________ B. H. Groover

Rome -------- - - ---- -- - F loyd ------ - -------- -Chamber of Commerce__ H . R. McClatchey______ C. D. Meadows

Sandersville ----------Washington------ ---- - Chamber of Commerce__ J. E. Johnson ____ ____ __ W . A. McCarty

Savannmh -- ------ -----Chatham ---- - --- -- ---Board of Trade-------- J . W. Motte _____ __ ___ _ Thomas Purse

Smyrna --- ------- --- Cobb --------- - ------ - Board of Trade-------- P . M. Rice------------ J.D. Corn Social Circle -- -- - - ----Walton ---- ---- - ---- - -Board of Trade__ ____ __ J. L. Newton__________ C. E . Gresham

Statenville ---- ---- ---Echols------------ ---- Chamber of Commerce__ E. G. Prescott______ ___ L. D. Hugh es

C1l Statesboro ----- - - - -- -- Bulloch------ -- ------- Board Of Trade---- ----S. T. Grimshaw_______ _

oo St. Mary's ------ -- --- Camd en ------ -- -'- -- -- - Board of Trade__ _____ _ J. Richardson ------ -- - R. T. Arnow

Summerville -- ---- -- -- Cllattooga - --- -- -- - - - -Board of Trade-------- C. C. Cleghorn _________ \\'. R. Gerrett

Swainsboro ---- -- ---- - Emanuel---- -- ---- -- - - Chamber of Commerce__ A. S. Bradley -------- - R. L. Colsan Thomaston ----- --- -- -- Upson ---- -- -- - -------Board of Trade-------- 8. Y. Smith__ _____ __ __ _ W. E. 9 ollins

Thomasvillle ---- -- ---- 'rhomas -- ----- - -- -----Commercial Club _______ W. J. Upchurch __ _____ _

Thomson --- --- -- ---- McDuffie -- - - --- --- ---Board of Trad e__ __ ___ _ J. B. Burnside___ ______ R J . Johnson

Tifton---------- ------ Tift -- -- ------ ----- --- Board of Trade- - ------ B. Y. Wallace__ __ ___ ___ S. T. Kidder, Jr. Towns - ----- - ---- - --- 'rowns -- - -- - ----------Board of Trade_______ _ J. D. Rice _____________ J. L. ,Whipple

Union City - --- - - ----Campbell ---- ---- ---- -Board of Trade_______ _ W. E. Moreland_____ ___ W. Cowart

Valdosta ______ ___\_ __ _ Lowndes------ - - ---- - - Board of Trade_ _____ __

J. M. Ashley

Washington -- ---- - ---- Wilkes ------ ----- - ---Chamber of Commerce__ W. T. Johnson --------Ben A. Neal

Waycross -- -- - ---- - -- Wa1e ----- - ------ -- -- - Chamber of Commerce__ W. H. Stanton______ __ _ C. C. Thomas

Woodbury ------ ------Meriwether ---- ------ - Board of Trade_______ _ J. M. Strother_ ___ _____ C. S. Reid

INDU STRIAL PLANTS OF GEORGIA

BAGGING, BACKBANDS, TIES.
Columbus Bagging & Tie Co., Columbus.
Estes Manufacturing Co., Union C~ty. Friedlaender, Julius & Co., Columbus. Griffin Backhand Co., Griffin. Hutcheson, C. H., Griffin McRitchie, T. B. & Co., Newnan. Redwine Bros., Fayetteville. Ri1erside Manufacturing Co., Augus-
ta. Southern Bleachery Co., Rome. Smith, M. D. & H. L . 'rent & Awning
Co., Atlanta.
BAKERIES, CANDY, 'CRACKERS, ICE CREAM', CONFEC'riONERY,
ETC.
Abney & Arnold, Athens. Acme Ice Cream Co., Tifton. American Bakel"ies Corpn., Atlanta. Americus Bakery, Americus. Americus Confectionery Co., Amel"i-
cus. Arrowsmith's Bakery, Fort Valley. AthellS" Candy Kitchen, Athm1s. Atlanta Baking Co., Atlanta. Bagley, X. H., Newnan. Ball, Geo., Savannah. Balsey, 0. A., Waycross. Bart, has. A., Savannah. Bart, E. M., Savannah. Bazauos, E., lVlilledgeviJJ e. Bennett, W. H., 'fifton. Benson's Bakery, Athens . Blackshear Bakery, Gai nesville. Block, Frank E. Co., Atlanta . Bluestein's Bakery, Brunswick. Boston Bakery, Boston. Boyce Bros., Columbus. Boyd 's Bakery, Washington. Bradbury, R. E . Athens. Bree<Uove, S. B., Valdosta. Brickle, G .A., Elberton. Brower Candy Co., Atlanta. Butl~r Bakery, Augu ta. Carlisle & Ward, Griffin. Cason Candy Co., Macon . City Bakery, Carrollton. City Bakery Cochran City Bakery; Dahlonega.

City Bakery, Hawkinsville.

City Bakery, Homerville. City Bakery, LaGrange.

City Bakery, :tvl'illedgeville.

City Bakery, Sylvester. Claussen, H . H. Co., Augusta.

Claxton Bakery, Claxton. Columbus Candy Kitchen, Columbus. Conida Chocolate Mfg. Co., Savannah.

Costa, Joseph Co., Athens.

Craig's Bakery, Cohnnbus.

Dalton Bakery, Dalton.

Derst, John, Savannah. Dixie Bakery, Marietta.

Douglas Bakery, Douglas.

E llis, Sam, Dalton. European Bakery, Atlanta.

Everidge, J. B., Columbus.

Faber's Steam Bakery, Brunswick.

Famous Candy Co., Albany. FEideral Bakery, Atlanta.

Federal Bakery, Augusta. Federal Bakery, Macon. Federal Bakery, Valdosta.

Fisher's Bakery, Millen. F lowers, Chas. lee Cream & Baking

Co., Thomasville. Porage Candy Kitchen, Brunswick. .Fort Valley Candy Kfctchen, Forl

Valley.

,

Garrison-Cook Candy Co., Macon.

Garrow's Candy Co., Atlanta. Gary, J. G., Savannah.

Georgia Candy Co., Athens.

Georgia Creamery Co., Atlanta. Closson, P., Savannah.

Gluten's Bakery, Atlanta.

Griffin, Bake1y, Griffin. Gl"iffin Candy Co., Griffin.

Griffin I ce Cream Co., Griffin .

Hanneman's Bakery, Atlanta. Harlee, Marion, Atlanta.

Hanell, J. M.'. Bakery, Eastman.

Harrison's Bakery, Bainbridge. Helfrich, Jno. E., Savannah.

Hermes Sanitary Bakery, Savannah. Hetterick, Chas., Savannah.

Hollingsworth Candy Co., Augusta. Horovitz, R., Sa1' amwh.

Howard T. H. Bakery, Blackshear. Huber, J. C. Bakery, Waycross.

Humphries, D. M:. & Son, Waynesboro.

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Huyler 's Candy Co., Atlanta .

Schl esinger, H. L., Atlanta.

Isaac's Bakery, Cordele.

Sch1rartz, Fred, avannah.

Jessup & Antrim, Atlanta.

Sears Sanitary Bakery, Dub.lin.

Jones, A., Cu~hbert.

, e<>rs Sanita ry Bakery, Macon.

Kampman Bros.; Columbus.

Simpson, H. J . & Co., Statesboro.

Keeling's Bakery, Atlanta.

Sophie Mae Candy Co., Atlanta.

Kessel 's Bakery, Augusta.

Southern Gandy M11nufacturing Co.,

Kinnett Ice Cream Co., Columbus.

Augusta.

Knight's Bakery, Valdosta.

Southland Candy Co., Columbus.

Knorpp 's Bakery, Fitzgerald.

Spalding Candy Co., Griffin.

Kraft, J ., Savannah.

Standard Bakery, Cord ele.

Kretzer, Geo. Bakery, Fitzgerald.

Stanf ord Bros., Ca r ters1ill e.

Lafferty 's Bake1y, Dublin.

Statesboro Bake1:y, Statesboro.

Lewis, '1'. S. & Co., Atlanta.

Stewart, W . L., Va ldosta.

Macri<; Bros., Cordele.

Stone, F. 0. Baking Co., Atlanta.

M. & lVI. Creamery, Atlanta.

Stringer Bros., Gainesville.

Magnolia Candy Co., Atlanta.

Sugar Bowl, .Albany.

Manon Candy Kitchen, Fitzgeralll.

Sunshi11e Peanut Butter Co., Atlanta.

Mastopoulos, P ., Savann ah.

Tallapoosa Bakery, 'l'allapoosa.

Mathews Gandy Co., Macon.

'l'aylor 's Sanitary Bakery, Carters-

Man, Geo. Bakery, Atlanta.

ville.

McCord-Stewart Co., Atlanta.

Tilden, Vannie, Atlanta.

Melts Bake1y, Macon.

Valdosta Candy Kitchen, Valdosta.

Merkel Bakery, Macon.

Veri Best Bakery, Washington.

Mitchell & Wal~er, Caho.

Very 's Candy Co., Fitzgerald.

Model Bread Co ., Americus.

Vienna Bakery, Brunswick.

Modern Bakery, Macon.

Vienna Bakery, Vienna.

Monarch Manufacturing Co., Atlantla. Wager, W . T. Bakery, Vidalia.

Moore, Geo. Ice Cream Co., Atlan ta. vVarneck, W. H., Savannah.

M'uller, W. A., Savannah.

Washington Candy Kitchen, Augusta.

Naegel, Wm., Tifton.

'Wuyrross Bakery, Waycross.

New South Bakery, Atlanta.

Wr. ytoJoss I ce Cream Co., Waycross'.

Newnan Baking Co., N ewnan.

\ ayncsbo ro Ga ndy Kitchen, Waynes-

I ogel 's Bakery, Moultrie.

boro.

Norris & Co., Inc., Atlanta.

West End Bakery, Atlanta.

Nugent, Thomas, Savannah .

White Bakery, Hartwell.

Nunnally Co., Atlanta.

whitehall I ce Cream Co., A tlanta .

Odum Ice Ct:eam Co., Macon.

Whitehouse Baking Co., Atlanta.

Otto, Geo., Augusta.

Whiteway Bakery, Bainbridge.

Perfection Ice Cream Co., Brunswick. Whiteway Bakery, Griffi n.

Prather, H. D. D., Athens.

Wiley Co., Atlanta.

Price-Grace Manufacturing Co., Al- Wilkie, M. .M., Carrollton.

bany.

Wilson & Brooks, Athens.

Purity Ice Cream Co., Macon.

Winche ter-Moore Candy Co., Macon.

Purity I ce Cream Co., Rome.

Zakas Bakery, Atlanta .

Quitman Bakery, Quitman.

Reese, J. H., Atlanta.

BOTTLERS & SOFT DRINK

Hiley, Mrs. Co., Savannah.

MA JUFAC'l'URERS.

Rockmart Sanitary Bakery, Rockm art.

Rogers, L. W. Co., Atlanta.

Ashbum Bottling Works, Ashburn.

Rome Steam Bakery, Rome.

Askew, Frank, Union P oint.

Rounfield Ice Cream Co., Augusta. Atlanta Bottling Works, Atlanta.

Salois, Nick, E lberton.

Atlanta I ce & Bottling Co., Atlanta.

Sanita1y Steam Baking Co., Ceda r- Atlanta Tripure Water Co., Atlanta.

town .

Bainbridge Bottling Works, Bain-

Schafers Bakery, Savannah.

bridge.

Schlesinger & Meyer Baking Co., Bald woski, G. H., Augusta.

Atlanta.

Banon, F . S., Cedartown.

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Baxley Bottling Co., Baxley.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Sparta.

Blount & Williams, Senoia.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Springfield.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Athens.

Chero:Cola Bottling Co., Statesboro.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Augusta.

Cbero-Cola Bottling Co., Stillmore.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Elberton.

Cher o- 'ola Bottling Co., Suminer-

Bludwine Bottling Co., Gainesville.

ville.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Macon.

Chero -Cola Bottling Co., Sylvania.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Rome.

Chero-Cola Bot tling Co., 'falbotton.

Bludwine Co. (Syrup), Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Tennille.

Bowdon Springs Co., Lithia Springs. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Thomaston.

Brown Bottling Works, Toccoa.

'hero-Cola Bottling Co., Thomas-

Buff & Bennett, Cochran.

ville.

Capital City Bottling Works, Atlanta. Chero -Cola Bottling Co., 'J'horuson.

Ceylona Bottling Co., Atlanta.

C'hero -Cola Bottling Co., Tifton.

Chatham Bottling Co., Savannah.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Valdosta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Albany.

Chero -Cola Bottling Co., Vidalia.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Americus.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Washington .

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Waycross.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., .'\.ugusta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., WaynO!l-

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Bainbridge.

boro.

Chero-C0la Bottling Co., Blakely.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., West Point.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cairo.

hero -Cola Bottling Co., Wrights-

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Camilla.

ville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Canton.

Cliff Rock Springs Bottling Co., At-

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Carrollton.

lanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cartersville. Climax Bottling Co., Columbus.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Columbus.

Coca Cola Co., Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cordele.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Albany.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Covington

Coca Cola Bottling Wo1ks, Alma.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cuthbert.

Coca Cola B ottling Works, Americus.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Dalt on.

oca Cola Bottling Works, Arlingto.n.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Dawson.

Coca Cola Bottling Wor'ks, Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Donaldson- Coca Cola Bottling Works, Atlanta.

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Augusta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Douglas.

Coca Cola B ottling Works, Bain-

Chero-Cola Bottling Go., Dublin .

bridge.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Eatonton.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Ball

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Elberton.

Ground.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Fitzgerald. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Barnes-

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Forsyth.

ville.

Chero-Cola Bottl ing Co., Fort Valley. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Baxley.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Gainesville. . Coca Cola Bottling Works, Blakely.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Griffin.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Bruns

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Hawkinsville.

wick.

hero-Cola Bottling Co., Hinesville. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cairo.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., L aGrange.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, carrollton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Lumpkin.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Carters-

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Macon .

ville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Madison.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cedar-

Chero-Cola Bot tling Co., Manchester.

to wn .

Chero-Cola B ottling Co., McRae.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Claxton.

Chcro-Cola Bottling Co., Milledgeville. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Columbus.

Chero-Cola B ottling Co., Millen.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Commerce.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Montezuma. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Conyers.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Moultrie.

Coca Cola Bottling Wo1ks, Cordele.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Newman.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cornelia.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Rome.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cuthbert.

Chero-Cola B ottling Co., Savannah. Coca Cola Bottling W01ks, Dalton.

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Coca Cola Bottling 'Works, Dawson. Coca Cola Bottling Works', Thomas-

Coca Cola B ottling works, Donalson-

ville.

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Thomson.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Douglas. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Tifton,

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Dublin. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Val-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Eastman.

dosta.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Elberton. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Vidalia.

Coca Cola Bottling Wotks, Fairburn. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Villa Rica.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fitz- Coca Cola Bottling Works, Wash-

gerald.

ington.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fort Coca Cola Bottling Works, Waycross.

Ga ine s.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Waynes-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fort

boro.

Val ley.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, West

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Franklin.

Point.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Gaines- Coca Cola Bottling Works, Wrens.

ville.

Deep R.ock Ginger Ale Co., Athens.

Coca Cola Bottling W 01ks, Greens- DeLoach Bottling Works, Brunswick.

boro.

Dixie Bottling Co., Lavonia.

Coca Cola Bottling Works; Griffin. Fairburn Bottling Works, l!'airburn.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, H artwell. Hatcher Bottling Works, Waynesboro.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Hawkins- Hawes, W. B., Ocilla.

ville.

High Rock B ottling Co., Atlanta.

Coca Cola Bottling WOl'ks, Helena.

Hogansville Bottling Works, Hogans-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Hines-

ville.

vm e.

Homerville Bottling Works, Homer-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, J ackson.

ville.

..Coca 0ola Bottling Works, Jesup.

L awrenceville Bottling W01ks, Law-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Kings-

renceville.

land.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Albany.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, LaFayette. Lh11e Cola Bottlin g Works, Augusta.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, LaGrange. L ime Cola Bottling Works, Bain-

--coca Cola Bottling Works, Lincoln-

bridge.

ton.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Blakely.

Coca Cola Bott ling Works, Macon.

Lime Cola Bottling v~, Cordele.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, ;\i a n- L ime Cola Bottling Works, Dublin.

chester.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Milledge-

Coca Cola Bottliltg Works, Marietta.

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Milledge- Lime Cola Bottlin g Works, Nashville.

ville.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Quitman.

Coca Cola Bottliltg Works, Monroe. Lime Cola Bottling W01ks, Savannah.

Coca Cola Bottling WorKs', Monticello. L ime Cola Bottling Works, States-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Moultrie.

boro.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Newnan. Lin1e Col a Bottling Works, Way-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Rome.

cross.

Coca Cola Bott!ing Works, St. George. Lime Cola Bottlin g .Works, Willa-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Sandersville.
Coca Cola Bottling W01ks, Savannah. Coca Cola Bottling Works, States-
bol'O. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Swains-

coochee. Mineral Springs Bottling Co., Ro-
chelle. M:y-Oia Bottling WorkS, LaFayette. r cwnan Bottling Co., Newnan. N u-Mil1t Bottling Co., Atlanta. Offerman Bottling Wo1ks, Offerman.

boro.

Orr, W. E., Wrightsville.

Coca Cola B ottling Works, Sylvania. Parfay Bottling Co., Atlanta.

Coca Cola :Bottling Works, Sylvester. P elham Bottling Works, Pelham.

Coca Cola Bottling W orks, Thomas- Pil1e-Ap-Ola B ottling Works, Sa-

ton.

vannah.

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Quitman Bottling Works~ Quitman. E lectric City BriCk Co., Augusta.

Red Rock Co., Atlanta.



Rome Sti-Lo Bottling Works, Rom e.

Sardis Bottling Works, Sa~:dis.

Savannah Consolidalted Bottling

Works, Savannah.

'

anoia Bottling Co., Senoia.

Sheehan, E. Bottling Works, Augusta.

Empire Cement & Limestone Co., Port laud.
Empire Tal c & Lumber Co., Chatswo r t h.
Ethridge, E. S. ement Co., Jeffer son .

Statesboro Bottling Co., Statesboro. Flanders F. F., Wrightsville.

tewar t Bottling Works, Brunswick F lint Rive1 Brick Co., Albany.

ti-Lo Bottli.ng Works, LaFayette.

Franklin, J . W., Marietta.

Strickland, H. L., Jesup. Thomas, W. G., Talbotton.

Georgia Brick & Tile Co., Adairs vill e.

Topaz Co., Columbus.

Georgia-Carolina Brick Co., Augu -ta.

Vienna Bottling Co., Vienna.

Georgia Cast Stone Co., Dublin.

Whistle Bottling Works, Athens.

Georgia Kaolin Co., Macon.

. Whistle Bottling Works, Macon.

Georgia Refrac'tories Co., Rossville.

Winder Bottling Works, Winder.

Georgia Talc Co., Chatsworth.

BRICK, TILl!;, TERRA COTTA, CEMEN'l', LIM!E, CONCRE/l'E
KAOLIN.

Georgia Vitrified Brick & Clay Co., Augusta.
Golding Sons Co., Butler. Hadden, R. L., Stone Mountain .

Alba11Y Pressed Stone Co., Albany. - Hall, J. F., Hazlehurst.

Alto Brick Co., Rome.

Hall, R. L. & W. _H ., Newnan .

Arnold Brick Co., Thomasville.

Ham:ilton Burial Vault C'o., Rloss-

Athens Brick Co., Athens.

ville

Atlanta Tona Qotta Co., East _Point. Harbison-Wialker Rlcfracto ries C1o.,

Bainb1idge Brick Co., Bainbridge.

Gibson.

Bartow Brick Co., Cartersvi:Je.

Hitt, Geo., Toccoa.

Bennett, Math, E llijay.

Hollingrfworth Brick Co., Ather,s.

Bony, Geo. 0. Brick Co., Columbus. Hudson, M. D., Gainesvill e.

Berry, M. W. Brick Co., Omaha.

Independent Brick Co., Augusta.

Bethlehem Concrete Co., Bethlehem. Bibb Brick Co., -Macon .
Bomne Brick Co., Pooler.

Jones, W P., Americus. Kimball, W . H ., Tallapoosa. Ladd Lime & S,tone Co., Ca r tersville.

Broadwell, Sherman, Alpharetta.

Bullock, H. W., Dallas.



Legg Brick Co., Calhoun. Lemon & Adams, Acworth.

Cartledge & Murphy, Ln1 coluton .

Lestm Clay Co., Attapulgus.

Cary Fire Clay Produce Co., Spar ta. Little River Brick Co., Ficklin .

Catoosa Lime & Stone P1oducts Co., Mahoney, Dan, Fitzgerald.

Graysville.

l\1'anley, E . S., Carnesvill e.

hattahoocheo Brick Co., Atlanta.

Matheson, W. A., T occoa .

Chattahoochee Brick Co., Lumpkin. 'hattanooga Sewer Pipe & Fire Bri ck
Co., Flintstone. Cherokee Brick Co., Macon. Columbia Kaolin & Aluminum Co.,

McCabe Chemical Co., Macon . . McCoy Brick & Tile Co., Augusta.
McKenzie Brick Co., Augusta. McMillan, G~ W ., Jr. Acworth. Meaders & Co., Leo.

Gordon. -

Merck, Carlton W., Gainesville.

Columbus Sewer Pipe Co., Columbus. Merry Broa., Augusta.

De atur Concrete & Cement Co., Bainbridge.
D~, ota Talc Co., Chatsworth.

Milledgeville Brick Co., Milledge ville.
Millen 0ement & Tile Co., Millen.

Dedo Tile & Cement Co., Atlanta. Dor ey, T.N. D., Leo.
Dubl in B1ick Co., Dublin.
Dnnbar Brick Co., Auo-usta.

Mion Tile Co., Atlanta. Nace Brick Co., Moultrie. Nesbitt, C. P., Roswell. Oconee Brick & Tile Co., Milledge-

~Edlbgcartr oBu rBosr.icKk aCool.i,nEClboe.,rtMonc.inty1e.

ville. Ogeechee Brick Co., Uuion Point.

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Ogeechee River Bl'ick Co., l~ocky BUGGIES, CARRJAGES, WAGOJ\'S.

Ford.

Oliver, J. A., Alpharetta.

Ar monLrout B ros., Fitzgerald.

Orr, A. J ., Washington.

Augusta Wagon Co., Augusta.

Poe Conc1ete Co., Lawrenceville.

Auld, J. F. & Sons, E lberton.

Republic Mining & Mfg. Co., Mc- Bag"ell i\Janufactming Co., Gaines

Intyre.

vill e.

Rherside B1ick Co., Broxtou.

Bird, i\L H ., Sandersville.

Rockmart Brick & Shale Co ., Rock- Blount arriage & Buggy Co., East

mart.

Point.

Rome Brick Co., Rom e.

Brazil Bros., L aGrange.

Savannah K aolin Co., Gord on.

Bro"n, J. D., Brunswick.

Shiver, Jno. W., Americus.

Carm ichael Bugy Co., Jackson.

Small, A. T. Brick o., M.acou

Darsey, J . IV. Wagon works, Macon.

Southern Cement & Stone Co., Downs, W. C., E llabelle.

B n m srr ick .

Dublin B ucrgy Co., Dublin.

Southern States Portlm1d Cement Empire Buggy Co., J ackson.

Co., Rockmart.

Empire Smithing Co., Albany.

Standard Brick Co., Augusta.

Enterp1ise Shop, Donalsonville.

Standard Sewer Pipe Works, Rome. Fowler, L es ter, Protecton.

Stevens Bros. & Co., Ste..-ens P ottery. Frankl in Buggj Co., Baruesville.

Stevenson, W. E., La>onia.

Golden E agle Buggy Co., Atlanta.

Sutton Brick Co., Fort Gaines.

Gresham fauufacturin g Co., Griffin.

Tift Silica Brick Co., Albany .

Griffin Buggy Co., Gl'iffin.

'rift Silica Brick & Stone Co., Tifton. IIurclwood i\lanufacturin.,. Co., Dublin.

'roccoa Brick Co., Toccoa .

Hillsman, J . R., White Plains.

Trimble Brick Co., Trimbl e.

Holley Wagon Works, Augusta.

Wheeler, Geo. R., Gainesville.

K arwi sch, J . i\f. Wagon Worlts, At

Young, J ohn B., Atlanta.

lanta.

Klein & Martin Co., Athens.

BHOOi\fS, MOPS, BRUSII~S.

Lowery Wagon Works, Augusta.

Madd ox & Williams Carriage &

Americus Broom Co., Americus.

Wagon Works, Atlauta .

Atlanta Val'iety Works, Atlan a.

McComm on-H:udin g Bu()'g Co., For

Atlanta Woodenware Co., At l:lllta.

syth.

Augusta Broom WoTks, Au gusta.

McDougald, Artie, Thomasville.

Bowden, W. D. Broom Co., Griffin.

McGirt, J as. & Co ., Sylvester.

Colum bus Broom Factory, Columbus. Dalton Broom & Mop Factory, Dal-
t on .

Meek & Abercomhie, Marietta.
Middlebrooks, B. W. Buggy CD., B a r n esvi l le.

Demore t Broom Factory, Demorest . Miller, A. C. & Co.. Atlanta.

Fel ton, D. D. Brush Co., Atlanta. Fitzgerald Broom Factory, Fitzgcrnld.
Hodges Broom Works, Atlanta.

Miller, J. E . & Co., Columbus Murphy, Tim (Estate of), Augusta. Newnan, .T. P. & Co., Colu mbus.

Leachman, W. S., Ac.vorth. 0. K<. Broom Works, 1\lacon.

Norman Buggy Co. , Griffin. O 'Conner, W. F., Alma.

Paris Broom Manufacturing Co., At- Ogbum & Sons Co., Dublin.

lanta.

Putman, G. R., Fitzgerald . ~

P aulk, W. H., Jr., Ocilla.

Pye & Mobley, Sylvania .

Pickett Manufacturing Co., Atlan ta. Reed Bros., Gai nesYille.

Radford, G. W. P., Monroe.

Rome Buggy Co., Rome.

South Georgia Broom Co., Ocill a.

Sanders Wagon Works, Waynesboro.

Southern BrooJD Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Satterwhite, W. F., Albany.

Southern Brush & Broom Co., Ray- Smith, J. G. & Son, Barnesville.

mond .

Smith , T"yncl ou Co., Washington .

St. George Broom Factory, St. South Georg ia Buggy Co., Va ldosta.

George.

Stewart, C. H., Winder.

Williams, Jno., Marietta.

StJoberg, C. F. & Sons', Macon.

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Summers Buggy Co., Barnesville.

Southern Canning Co., Fort Valley.

Ulmer Wagon Works, Valdosta.

Southwest Georgia Canning Co., ]'ort

Vanbrackle, D. A., Pembroke.

GaineS.

Ward, W. H., Cuthbert. _

Taylor, The E. H. Co., Atlanta.

White Hickory Wagon Mfg. Co., Toccoa Falls Instutute, Toccoa.

East Point.

UniYersity Cannery, Athens.

Williams Manufacturing Co., Macon. Valdosta Canning Co., Valnosta.

Varn & Platt, Marshallville.

CANNING PLANTS.

Ward, G. M., Elberton.

Waycross Can,nery, Waycross.

Albany Canning Co., Albany.

White, C. E., M'oultrie.

America.n Canning Corporation, A~- Willingham, R. F. Corporation, MaC'Jr,

lanta. Atwood River Canning Co., Valona.

Wooten, John, Trion.

Benson, I. W., Buena Vista.

CIGARS & CIGARETTES.

Black, Carlton, Cleveland.

Blue Ridge Canning Co., Blairsville. Alderman, Jos., Valdosta.

Bowen, J. E., Alpharetta.

American Sumatra Tobacco Co., Am-

Brunswick Canning Co., Brunswick.

sterdam.

Cairo Syrup Co., Cairo.

Bainbridge' Cigar Factory, BainhriugP..

Chattahoochee Canning Co., Fort Balru Cigar Co., Fitzgerald.

Gaines.

Bibb Cigar Co., Macon.

Cherokee Canning Club, Cartersville. Brunswick Cigar Co., Savanna,l.

Community Cannery, Thomasville.

Brunswick Smoker l\ffg. Co., Bruns-

Dawson Bros.., Atlanta.

wick.

Dowling, Jas., Savannah.

Bryan Cigar Co., Valdosta.

Eastman Cannery, Eastman.

C. & R. Cigar Factory, Atlanta.

Effingham Canning Co., Springfield. Chandler, J. H., Newnan.

Evans Canning Co., Fort Valley.

Cortez Cigar Co., Savannah.

Farm Products Co., Americus.

Cowart Cigar Co., Macon.

Folkston Packing Co., Folkston.

Cox, J. B., Marietta .

Gainesville Canning & Mfg. Co., Dixie Cigar Co., Quitman.

Gainesville.

Dublin Cigar Mfg. Co., Dublin.

Georgia Canners, Inc., St. Marys.

Edwards Cigar Co., Bainhrid;Je.

Georgia Preserving Co., Atlanta.

Edwards Smoke House, Augusta.

Georgia Preserving Co., Vidalia.

Faulkenberry, D. A., Moultrie.

Georgia Syrup Co., Atlanta.

Fretwell & Co., Vaughn.

Glynn Canning Co., BrunsWick.

,Fretwell Cigar Co., Griffin.

Griffin Canning Co., Griffin.

Fretwell, P. Z., Cedartown.

Lowden, Geo. W., Savannah.

Gem Cigar Co., Marietta.

Macon Canning Co., M'acon.

Georgiadis, S. J., Atlanta.

Martin, A. L., Coleman.

Hazlegrove Co-operative Cigar Co.,

M'assa, E. A., Atlanta.

Thomasville.

Mayfield, J. E., Alpharetta.

Homerville Cigar Co., Homerville.

Normandie Co., Atlanta.

Jernigan, J. A., Valdosta.

North River Packing Co., St. Marys. Kennesaw Cigar Factory, Marietta.

Oak Dale Canning Co., Fort Valley. LaMascellier Cigar Co., Waycross.

Oemler, Augustus, Savannah.

Lasca Cigar Co., Albany.

P eacock, C. L., Ellaville.

Marietta Cigar Factory, Marietta.

P eek, W. A., Elberton.

Martini, C. J., Savannah.

P erry, John, Burtsboro.

M'cKibben & Sons, Griffin.

Pitts, J. D., Menlo. Pomona Products Co., Pomona.

McKibben & &ns, VJ.ughn. McLain, B. C~, Bowersville.

Prospect Cannery, Norwood.

Meyers, Lee Roy Co., Savannah.

Roberts Bros., Fort Valley.

Morton & Kirk, Franklin.

Rucker, Dave, Alpharetta.

Oglethrope Cigar Co., Hawkinsville.

Sima.n Canning Co., Stockton.

Peacock Cigar Co., Athens.

South Atlantic Canning Co., St. Mar~e. Pent L. F., Atlanta.

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Posada Cigar Co., Columbus.

Thomasville Compress Co., Thomas-

Reese, B. A., Newman. Sognier, J os., Savannah. Suarez Cigar Co., Thomasville.

ville.

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Tifton Compress Co., Tifton.

Toccoa Compress Co., Toccoa.

Union Warehouse & Compress Co.,

Thomas'Ville Cigar Co., Thomasville.

Augusta.

Torres, L. J., Carrollton.

Vidalia Compress & Power Co., Vi-

U. M. C. Cigar Co., Vaughn.

dalia.

Valdes, S., Atlanta.

Winder Compress Co., Winder.

Vinas, H., Hawkinsville.

Watkins, W. A. Cigar Co., Albany. CRATES, BOXES, B.ABRELS

Watters, Thomas, Rome.

STAVES.

I

COMPRESSES.

Almond, D. W. Valdosta.

Allied Compress Co., Augusta.

American Box & File Co., Atlanta.

Americus Compress Co., Americus.

Armuchee Cooperage Co., Rome.

Atlantic Oompress Co., Albany.

Atlanta Barrel Co., Atlanta.

Atlantic Compress Co., Athens.

Atlanta Box Factory, Atlanta.

Atlantic Compress Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Paper Co., Atlanta.

Atlantic Compress Co., Augusta.

Bowman Lumber Co., Folkston.

Atlantic Compress Co., Columbus.

Branch, D. J., Baxley.

Atlantic Compress Co., Cordele.

Brunswick Barrel Factory, Bruns-

Atlantic CompreSS' Co., Maoon.

wick.

Atlantic Compress Co., Millen.

Buchanan Manufacturing Co., Buch-

Atlantic Compress Co., (Gordon

anan.

Press), Savannah.

Cannon Co., Cairo.

Atlantic Compress Co., (Island Cannon Co., Quitman.

Press), Savannah.

Cochran Lumber Co., Cochran.

Atlantic Compress Co., (Lower Press), Colquitt County Cooperage Co., Moul- ,

Savannah.

trie.

Atlantic Compress Co., Thomasville. Dasher, J. J., Pembroke.

Atlantic Compress Co., Toccoa.

Dixie Paper & Box Co., Atlanta.

Augusta Warehouse & Compress Co., Downing Co., The, Brunswick.

Augusta.

Elberta Crate Co., Bainbridge.

Cordele Compress Co., No. 1, Cordele. Elberta Crate Co., Marshallville.

Cordele Compress Co., No. 2, Cordele. Empire Construction Co., Douglas.

Cuthbert Compress Co., Cuthbert.

Empire Printing & Box Co., Atlanta.

Dawson Compress & Storage Co., Etowah Cooperage Co., Rome.

Dawson.

Everett, R. H ., Brunswick.

Eastman Compress Co., Eastman.

Fowler Manufacturing Co., .Milledge-

Elberton Cotton & Compress Co., El-

ville.

berton.

Georgia Box & Manufacturing

FarmerGarbutt Compress Co., Fitz-

Rome.

gerald.

Georgia Fruit Package Mfg.

Fitzgerald Cotton Compress Co., Fitz-

Fort Valley.

gerald.

Georgia Veneer & Package Co., B~

Georgia Warehouse & Compress' Co.,

wick.

Dublin.

Globe Barrel & Machine Co., Sa

Glynn Oompress Co., Brunswick.

vannah.

Hawkinsville Cotton Compress Co., Gresham Manufacturing Co., Griffin.

Hawkinsville

Grief Bros., (')avannah.

Montezuma Compress Co., Montezuma. Hightower Box & Tank Co., Atlanta.

Moultrie Compress ~., Moultrie.

Kenimer, A. F. & Bro., Leaf.

Rome Cotton Compress Co., Rome. Kidd, W. J., Milford.

Savannah Warehouse & Compress Co., Kirkland, B' H ., Covena.

Savannah.

Kuster Manufacturing Co., Cedar

Shippers' Bonded Warehouse Co.,

town.

Macon.

Macon Cooperage Co., Macon.

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Macon Crate & Basket Co., Macon. Brown Guano Co., Albany.

Marshall, W. J. Co., Macon.

Broxton Fertilizer Co., Broxton.

Massee Cooperage Co., Macon.

Butler Fertilizer Co., Butler.

McRainey, Mrs. A. H., Elmodel.

Carmichael Guano Co., ;raCkson.

Menio Fruit Package Co., Menlo.

Cartersville Guano Co., Cartersville.

Oak City Cooperage Co., Bainbridge. Catoosa County Fertilizer Go., Ring

Paragon Box Co., Atlanta. '

gold.

Pierpont Manufacturing Oo., Sa Central Georgia Fertilizer Q.()., Mil

vannah.

ledgeville.

Quitman Cooperage Co., Quitman.

Chambers Grocery Co., Chipley.

Haymond Cooperage Co., Raymond.

Chattahoochee Fertilizer Co., Tifton.

Reinschmidt Stave Co., Quitman.

Chauncey Warehouse Co., Chauncey.

Reynold Bros. Lumber Co., Albany:

(Jherokee Fertilizer Co., Macon.

Shippen Bros., Ellijay.

Chipley Home Mixture Guano Q.().,

Smith, Harris, Atlanta.

Chipley.



Southern Box Manufacturing Co., Cobb County Chemical & Mining Co.,

R.()me.

Vinings.

Southern Heading & Mfg. Co., Val Comer Mercantile Co., Comer.

dosta.

Commerce Fertilizer Co., Commerce.

Spragens, J. F., Acworth.

Cotton States Seed & Fertilizer Co.,

Stribling Manufacturing Co., Turner

Macon.

ville.

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Council, L . G. Fertilizer Works,

Uruou Box Manufacturing Co., At

Americus.

lanta.

Gowan Bros., Porterdale.

Universal Box & Label Co., Atlanta. Crawfordville Gin & Fertilizer Co.,

Valdosta Cooperage Co., Valdosta.

Crawfordvi!ie.

Valdosta Crate Co., Vald<>sta.

Cullens, W. F. Fertilizer Co., Ca-

Wells, D. G., Ludowici.

milla.

Williams, W. W., Hamilton.

Culloden Gin & Fertilizer Co., Cullo-

W'illiams & Hays, Raymond.

den.

FERTILIZER PLANTS.
Acree, T. A., Camilla. Acworth Fertilizer .Co., Acworth. Agnew, 0 . L., Canon":"' Albany Phosphate Co., Albany. Albany Warehouse Q.()., Albany. Allison, T. F. & T. E., Lavonia. Altamaha Fertilizer Co., Vidalia. American Agricultural Corpn., Greens
boro. American A.gricu1tu'ral Chemical
Corpu., Savannah. American Fertilizer Co., Savannah. Anderson & Belcher, Starrsville. Arlington Manufacturing Co., Ar
ling ton. Armour Fertilizer Works, Atlanta. Armour Fertilizer Works Augusta.

Cumberland Fertilizer Co., Carters ville.
Daniel Sons & Palmer, Millen. Davis Warehouse Co., Columbus. Dixie Guano Co., Monticello. Douglas Oil & Fertilizer Co., Douglas Elberton Guano Co., Elberton. Empire Guan Co., Cordele. Empire State Chemical Co., Athens. Enills, J. H., Milledgeville. Ezell-Griffin Co., Eatonton. Farmers Fertilizer Co., Milan. Farmers Union Warehouse C9., Con-
yers. Farmers Union Warehouse Co., Dewy
&se.
Farmers Union Warehou1re Co., Monticello.

Baldwin Q.()unty Fertilizer Works, Mil Flovilla Gin Co., Flovilla.

ledgesville.

Fowler Bros. Co., Covington.

Bartow Guanc Go., Cartersville. B~nson, J . W., ' Jenkinsburg. B1?gers, W. E., Ringgold. Bhtch-Ellis Mfg. Co., States'boro. Bowen & Ray, Bowman. ~radley, W. C. Co., Columbus.

Furman Farm Improvement Co.,. East Point.
Georgia Chemical Works, Augusta.
Georgia Fertilizer Co., Columbus. Georgia Fertilizer & Oil Co., Val

raselton Bros., Braselton.

dosta.

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Georgia Manufacturing Co., Camilla. McKnight Bros., Senoia.

Georgia Phosphate Co., Athens.

McPaul, J . . G., (Estate of), Doerun.

Gossett, A. F. & Soi\s, Griffin,

Middleton Union Warehouse Co., Mid-

Griffin Bros., Washington.

dleton.

Hall, R. L. & W. H., Newton.

Miller, H. C. Fertilizer Co., Lula.

HammackRish Guano Co., Coleman. Montezuma Fertilizer Co., Montezuma.

Hampton Guano Co., Hampton.

Morris Fertilizer Co., Atlanta.

Henry County Supply Co., McDon Moultrie Fertilizer & Mfg. Co., Moul-

ough.

trie.

Hightower Mercantile Co., Hogans- Mutual Fertilizer Co., Savannah.

ville.

Neely, R. C. & Co., Midville.

Hogans'Ville Guano Co., Hogansville. North Georgia Cotton Co., Royston.

Home Mixture Gua!no Go,, Bu'ena Ober, G. & Sons Co., Savannah.

Vista.

Ocmulgee Guano Co., Hawkinsville.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Bulloch- Ogeechee Fertilizer Co., Mayfield.

ville.

Old Dominion Guano Co., East

Home Mixture Guano Co., Columbus.

Point.

Home Mixture Guano Co., ReynololR. Parker, P. N., Gainesville.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Shellman. I Pelham Fertilizer Co., Pelham.

Home Mixture Guano Co., West Point. Pelham Phosphate Co., Pelham.

Horne-Andrews Commission Co., Mil- Phosphate Mining Co., Savannah.

ledgeville.

Pittard, J. T., Winterville.

Hughley-McCulloch, West Point.

Planters Fertilizer & L ive Stock Co.,

Improved Dodge Gua11o Co., Eastman.

Buena Vista.

International Agricultural Corpn., Planters Supply Co., Gough.

Americus.

Planters Warehouse, Hazlehurst.

International Agricultural Corpn., Planters Warehouse Co., Monticello.

Athens.
International Agricultural Corpn., Augusta.

Planters Warehouse & Loan Co., Fitzgerald.
Porter Fertilizer Co., Atlanta.

International Agricultural Corpn., Putnam Fertilizer Works, Eatonton.

Columbus.

Putney Fertilizer Co., Putney.

International Agricultural Corpn., Read Phosphate . & Fertilizer Co.,

Dublin.

Cordele.

International Agricultural Corpn., Redwine Bros., Fayetteville.

East Point.

Reeves, T. J., Thomaston.

International Agricultural Corpn., .R?liance Fertilizer Co., Savannah.

Tifton.

H1chland Home Mixture Guano Co.,

Jackson Supp~y Co.., Baconton.

Richland.

Jewell Loudermilk Mfg. Co., Gaines- Ricks Bros. Co., Reynolds.

ville.

Rome Chemical Co., Rome.

I

Kemmal & Bush, Dublin.

Rowe, W. A. & Co., Comer.

LaFayette Fertilizer Co., LaFayette. Royster, F. S. Guano Co., Columbus.

Lawrenceville Fertilizer Co., Law- Royster, F . S. Guano Co., Macon

renceville. Louisville Fertilizer & Gin Co.,
Louisville. Lowe, T. J., Mableton. Lumpkin Home Mixture Guano Co.,
Lumpkin. Madden, J. F. & Sons, Concord. Madison Fertilizer Co., Madison. Mallet & Nut-Watkins & Settle,
Jackson.

Savannah Chemical Co., Savannah. Savannah Guano Co., Savannah. Seacoast Fertilize;r Co., Augusta. Seacoast Fertilizer Co., Savannah. Shore, W. A., Baldwin.
Social Circle Fertilizer Mfg. Co., Social Circle.
South Atlantic Fertilizer Co., Augusta.
South Atlantic Guano Co., Atlanta.

Mandeville Mills, Carrollton. Manget Bros., Newnan.

Southern Fertilizer & Chemical Co., Savannah.

Maysville Guano Co., Maysville.

Southern Fertilizer & Chemical Co.,

McClure-Taylor Co., Duluth.

St Marys.

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Southern States Phosphate & Ferti-

FLOUR & GRIST MILLS.

lizer Co., Augusta.

Southern States Phosphate & Fer-

tilizer Co., Savannah. '

Standard Fertilizer Co., Meigs.

Stilesboro Warehouse Co., Stilesboro.

Strickland, R. F. Co., Concord.

Stubbs, R. D., Lynchburg;

Swainsboro Fertilizer Oo., swains-

boro.

Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Albany.

Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, At-

lanta.

_ Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, La-

Grange.

Swift & Co., Fetrilizer Works, Moul-

trie.

Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Sa-

vannah.

Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works", Toc

coa.

.

Tabor, T . 0. & Sons, Elberton.

Tattnall Fertilizer Works, Hagan.

Tennessee Cheplical Co., Americus.

Tennessee Chemical Co., Atlanta.

Thomasville Fertilizer Co., Thomas

vill e.

Tifton Guano Co., Tifton.

'fil.ler-Glenn Co., Carlton.

TyJonei J\f anufadturi.ng \Co., :Wash

ington.

Union Fertilizer Co., Atlanta.

Vidalia Chemical Co., Vidalia.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Al-

ba ny.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,

Americus.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Ath-

ens.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Co-

lumbus.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Edge-

wood.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Ma-

con.

Virginia- Carolina Chemical Co., New-

nan.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,

Rome.

Virginia-Caio!ina Chemical Co., Sa-

va nn ah.

Virginia -Carolina Chemical Co., So-

cial Circle.

Albany Milling Co., Albapy. Alma Gin Milling Co., Alma. Anderson, A. S., Danburg. Anderson, P . H., Danburg. Arnold, E. L., Maxeys. Ashburn Roller Mills, Ashburn. Askew, W. S. Co., Newnan. Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta.
Baird, H. W., Douglas. Balkcom, J. C. & W. H., Blakely. Barfield Feed Mills, Macon. Barrett, Denton & Lynn Co., Dalton. Bazemore, W. C., Columbus. Bell, 0. 0 ., Athens. Bembry, D. G., Unadilla. Ben Hill Company, Fitzgerald.
Best, J. B., Fort Gaines. Bowdon Feed Mills, ~wdon. Bridges, J. D., Sumner. Brooke, T. H. & Co., East Point. Brown, J. C., Americus. Buena Vista Milling Co., Buena
Vista. Burch, W. H . & Son, Thomasville. Burke County Flour Mill, Waynes-
boro. Cardrays M'ill, Morgan. Carr, W. P. & Sons, Gaillard. Carstaphen Milling Co., Dames Fer-
ry. Central Grocery Co., Tifton. Chapman, T. N. & F. C., Crawford-
ville. '
Chatsworth Milling Co., Chatsworth. Cheek~ H. M. Flour Mill, Bowers-
ville. City Mills Co., Calhoun. City Mills Co,, Columbus. ' Clarke Milling Co., Augusta. Cleveland, W. L ., LaGrange. Cochran Mllling Co., Cochran. Colbert, W. D., Bullochville. Coleman J. A., Swainsboro. Commerce Milling Co., Commerce. Conyers Roller & Grist Mill, Conyers. Crabapple Milling Co., Alpharetta. Crittenden Milling Co., Shellman. 1 Culverton Milling Co., Culverton. Cuthbert Milling Co., Cuthbert. Davis, J. H., __:Kathleen. DeLoach, 0 . R., Claxton.

Walker Bros., Griffin.

Dennis Bridges Milling Co., Dawson.

Warren County Fertilizer Co., War- Douglasville Roller Mills Douglas-

r enton.

ville.

'

White Plains Ginning & F ertilizer Co.

White Plains.

'

Zebulon Gin & Fertilizer Co., Zeb-

Durden, J. M., Logansville. Eatonton Milling Co., Eatonton.

ulon.

Edison Mllling Co., Edison.

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Elladale Estate, Dawson.

Milledgeville Milling Co., Milledge-

Empire Mills Co., Columbus.

ville.

Finch Milling Co., Dallas.

Milner, W. S., Eastman.

Fowler, Jas. Flour Mill, Soperton.

Model Meal Mills, Athens.

Franklin Feed Mill, Franklin. Franklin, H. M., Tennille. l!'ullington, F. W., Pinehurst. Gaines, Jno. B. Milling Co., Hart

Modern Flour Mills, Macon. Monticello Ice & Milling Co., Monti-
cello. Moultrie Flour Mill, Moultrie.

well.

Moultrie Mill & Elevator Co., Moul

Gaines, L. P. Co, Kingston. .

trie.

Gainesville Roller Mills Co., Gaines- Mutual Milling Co., Tifton.

ville

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National Milling Co., Macon.

Gallaway & Hopper Mill Co., Cor Ocilla Flour Mill Co., Ocilla.-

nelia.

Oconee Milling & Grain Co., Dublin.

Georgia Milling Go., Fort Valley.

Pendergrass, J. B., Jefferson.

Grantland Co., Griffin.

Perkinson, J. D., Austell.

Green, E. W. & Sons, Fairburn.

Phillips, G. E. Grist Mill, Ella-

Hackney & Bent, Cedartown.

ville.

Hall, R L . & W. H., Newton.

Planters Mill & Supply Co., Way

Hamilton & ummer, Covington.

cross.

Hampton Milling Co., Hampton.

Pope, J. T. Mills, Dublin.

Handley, R. V. & Sons, Fitzgerald. Poulan Flour Mills, Poulan.

Ha'l'twell Roller M!ills, Hartwell.

Powell, L M. & Son, Cordele.

Hinton Bros., McDonough.

Price & James, Locust Grove.

Holley Bros., LaGrange. Houser, A. J., Fort Valley.

Purity Feed 'Mills, Fort Valley. Rannie, W. C. Grist Mill, Ellaville;

Jackson Grist Mill, Jefferson.

Redwine Bros., Fayetteville.

Tackson, J. M'., Franklin.

Richardson, 0. N. Milling Co., Rome.

Jackson Mj.lling & Feed Co., Jacks:m. Rogers, H. B., Covington.

Johnson, J. L., Sylvester.

Roopville Feed Mills, Roopville.

Juliette Milling Co., Juliette.

Roswell Flour Mill, Roswell.

Kemp Bros., Acworth. Kidd, W. J., Milford.

Rucker, Nap., Roswell. Russell Bros., Tyrone.

Killingsworth, H. T., Fort Gaines. Knox Milling Co., Thomson. LaFayette Roller Mills, LaFayette. Lee Milling Co., 'l.'homaston.

Scruggs & Hamby Mill, Clayton. Sewell, J. C., Newnan. Sheehan & Drinkard, Sharon. Sikes, J. F., Alamo.

Lee's Mill, Chickamauga.

Smith, E. A. Grain Co., Statesboro.

LeQuinn & Grant, .McDonough . Lewis, E. B., Montezuma. Lexington Milling Co., Lexington.

Smith, F. C. & Co., Hagan. Smith Milling Co., Tennille. Snow, H. C., Monroe.

Little River Mills, Canton. Mallet & Ball, Jackson.

Spence, H. P., Social Circle. Spinks & Horne, Marietta.

Martin 's Mill, Barnesville.

South Georgia Milling Co., Valdosta.

Masinga.Ie, J . M., Greenville.

Summerour Bros., Winder.

Mayfield, W. J., . Monroe.

Sutton, J. W., Cedartown.

l\fcCleskey & Shaw, Marietta.

Sycamore Mills, Sycamore.

McEleroy M.'illing Co., Lawnncel'iilP. Teate, T. A., Thomasville.

McDonald Bros., Eatonton.

Telfair Co-operative Co., McRae.

McGirt, Jas., Sylvester.

Thomas Manufacturing Co., Madison.

McKown, 0. T., Kenwood.

Thomasville Elevator Co., Thomas

McLe Roy Bros., Athens.

ville.

McMath, Jno. F., Americus..

Thomson, J. N., Hoschton.

McMichen Milling Co., Dallas.

Tifton Re-Milling Co., Tifton.

M'cMillan Bros., Acworth.

Toccoa Roller Mills, Toccoa.

McRae, R. B. & (;. R., Boston .

Towaliga Milling Co., Griffin.

McWilliam, Sam, Cuthbert.

Towns County Milling Co., Hiawas

Meyers Milling Co., Barnes'l'i]J6.

see.

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United Manufacturing Co., Chipley. Bowie Store Works, Rome.

Usery Bros. Flour & Grist Mill, Ella- Bremen Machine Shop, Bremen.

ville.

Brogden & Wallcott, Thoma~vill.c.

Valdosta Mill & Elevator Co., Brooks Foundry & Machine Co., At

Valdosta.

lanta.

Veach Milling Co., Adairsville.

Brunswick . Cross-Arm Co., Bruns-

Vidalia Milling Co., Vidalia.

wick.

Vienna Milling Co., Vienna.

Busha, J. H., Toccoa.

Walker Bros., Griffin.

Camp, E. N. & Co., Moreland.

Watts, Jas. -Mlilling Co., Pelham.

Camp Machine Shops, Atlanta.

Waynesboro Milling Co., Waynesboro. Cartersville Foundry & Machine Co.,

Weaver-Birdsong Milling Co., Thom-

Cartersville.

aston.

Cedartown Foundry & Machine Co.,

White, J. W. Flour Mill, Bainbridge.

Cedartown.

Winder Roller Mills Co., Winder. Wingo, J. T., Franklin.

Central of Georgia Railway Shops, Atlanta.

Wray, W. R., Cedartown.

Central of Georgia Railway Shops,

WTens Milling Co., Wrens.

Cedartown.

Wynn's Mill, Aberdeen.

Central of Georgia Railway Shops,

Columbus. FOUNDRIES & MACHINE SHOPS. Central of Georgia Railway Shops,

Acme Specialty Co., Atlanta. Adams, C. E., Fayetteville.

Macon. Central of Georgia Railway Shop~,

American Can Co., Atlanta.

'Savannah.

American Can Co., Savannah.

Cheatham, F. W., Sandersville.

American Machine & Mfg. Co., At- Christopher, R. C., Watkinsville.

lanta.

-

Cole, R. D. Mfg. Co., Newnan.

Americus Welding & Machine Co., Columbus Foundry Co., Columbus.

Americus.

Columbus Iron Works, Columbns.

Anthoine, T. M., Fort Valley.

Columbus Railroad Co., Columbus.

Athens Foundry & Machine Co., Ath- Continental Gin Co., Atlanta.

ens.

Cox Foundry & Machine Works, Grif-

A. B. & A. Railway Shops, Fitz-

fin.

gerald.

Cox, J. F. Statesboro.

A. B. & A. Railway Shops, Man- Cresent City Blow Pipe Works. Sa-

chester

vannah. .

A. C. L. Railway Shops, Waycros's.

Davenport, Jas., Acworth.

Atlanta Gear & M'achine Co., A~lanta. Davis Foundry & ::\fachine Worltl!',

Atlanta Mfg. & Supply Co., Atlanta.

Rome.

Atlanta Stove Works, Atlanta.

Davis M.a.chine Shops, Statesboro.

Atlanta Plow Co., Atlanta.

Decatur Car Wheel Co. of Georgia,

Atlanta Utility Works, Atlanta.

Savannah.

Atlanta Wood, Iron & Novelty Co., DeLoach-Blakely Mfg. Co., East

Atlanta.

Point.

Atlantic Steel Co., Atlanta.

Demorest F.oundry & Machine Co.,

Avery, B. F. & Son, Atlanta.

Demorest.

Avery & Co., Atlanta.

Dixie Culvert & Metal Co., East

Bailey, J. S., Waycross.

Point.

Baldwin, L. H., Douglasville.

Dixie Pea & Bean Huller Co., East

Bass, Jim, Shellman.

Point.

Battey Machinery Co., Rome.
Baugh, A. S., Ellaville. B~asl ey, Birch, Statesboro. Bll'd Shops, Sandersville.

Douglas Foundry & Machine Works,
Douglas. Downs, H. C., Talbotton, Eagle Stove Works, Rome.

Benton Manufacturing Co., Monticello.
Bostrum-Brady Manufacturing C'u., Atlanta.
Bostrum, E. A. Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Eason, R. H., Baxley. Eberhart Machine Works, Fort Valley. Enterprise Machine Co., Vidalia. Fairbanks, The Co., Rome. Field Bros. Mfg. Co., Dalton.

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Finley M'achine Shop, Valdosta.

Matthews Iron & Steel Co., Rome.

Finnegan, J. ,J. & Co., Atlanta.

Maury, W. H. Machine Shop, Pelham.

Fitzgerald Iron Works, Fitzgerald.

M'eAllister, I. L., Fort Gaines.

Floyd, T. G., Thomasville.

McCodle, C. D., Savannah.

Ford Motor Car Co., Atlanta.

McManus, B. W., Cairo.

Forest City Machine Shop, Savannah. Mingledorff, W. L. & Son, Savannah.

Fulghum & JohllS'on, Montezuma.

Mobley, G. W. -Machine Co., Waynes-

Gantt Manufacturing Co., Macon.

boro.

General Pipe & Foundry Co., Atlanta. Moncrief Furnace Co., Atlanta.

Georgia Agricultural Works, Fdrt Moody, A. H., Douglasville.

Valley.

Moseley, I. J., Barnesville.

Georgia Car & Locomotive Works, Moultrie Foundry & _Machine Co,

Atlanta.

Moultrie.

Georgia Iron Works, Augusta.

Murray, The Co., Atlanta.

Georgia Iron & Wire Works, Atlanta. Mutual Foundry & Machine Co., At-

Georgia M'achinery Co., Atlanta.

lanta.

Georgia Plow & Foundry Co., Athens. Ocilla Foundry & Machine Co., Ocilla.

G. & F. Railway ShopR, Douglas.

O'Neal, W. N., Woodland.

G. F. & A. Railway Shops, Bainbridge. P ekor Iron Works, Columbus.

G. S. W. & G. Railway Shops, _Albany. Pelham MachinE! Works, Pelham.

G S & F Railway Shops, Ashburn.

Pratt Engineering & Machine Co.,

G. S. & F. Railway Shops, Valdosta.

Kirkwood.

Gibbs Machine Co., Commerce.

Puckett, W. R., Fort Gaines.

Glover Machine Works, Marietta.

Quitman Foundry & :Machine Sb,op,

Golden Foundry & Machine Co.,

Quitman.

Columbus.

Redwine Bros., Fayetteville.

Griffin Foundry & Machine Co., Rome. Reeves Machine Co., Atlanta.

Gurley, W. B., Dahlonega.

Rickerson, E. F ., M'ontezuma.

Hank Stove & Range Co., Rome.

Riddell Bros., Atlanta.

Hanson Motor Car Co, Atlanta.

Rome Machinery Co., Rome.

H. & F. S. Railway Shops, Ashburn. Rome Scales Mfg. Co., Rome.

Hendon Roller Cover Co., LaGrange. Rourke's Iron Works, Savannah.

Hightower, W. J., Dahlonega.

Routh, W. T., McRae. -

Hill City Machine Works, Rome.

Sanders, D. S., Reynolds.

Hobb, W. M., Reynolds.

Savannah Iron Works, Savannah.

Hope & Shadburn, Cumming.

Savannah Wire & ~ron Works, Sa-

Howell, J. H. & Sons, Hartwell.

vannwh.

Huddleston, S. B., Statesboro.

Sawyer W. H. & Sons, Americus'.

Jackson & Summers, Cartersville.

Schofield, J. S. & Sons, Macon.

Kehoe Iron Works, Savannah.

S. A. L. Railway Shops, Americus.

King, 0. P., Wrens.

S. A. L. Railway Shops, Sava.nnah.

Knight's Machine Works, Albany.

Sellars, E. W., Baxley.

Lanham Cotton Cultivator Co., East Shearer Machine Co., Atlanta.

Point.

Sikes Manuf acturing Co., Ocilla.

Lallier, Fred, Statesboro.

Simplex Machine Co., Atlanta.

Lewis, I. H., Cordele.

Skinner, A.. W., Millen.

Little, W. N., Fort Gaines.

Smith, H. W., Savannah.

Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Smith, J. J. Gin File Mfg. Co., Me

Augusta.

Donough.

Lovell, J. L., Boston.

Southern Car Wheel Co., Savannah.

Lowe, T. F., Buford. Lowr;v, H. M., Summit.

Southern Co-operative Foundry Co., Rome.

Lynch, E. J. & Co., Atlanta.

Southern Iron & Equipment Co., At

Magnus Co., Inc., Atlanta

lanta.

Mallory-Taylor M'achine Works, Macon.
Manley Jail Works, Dalton.

Southern Machinery Co., Quitman. Southern Railway Shops, Atlanta.

Martin Manufacturing Co., Fitzgerald. Southern Railway Shops, Columbus.

Massey Gin & M'achine Works, Macon. Southern Saw Works, East Point.

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Southern Wire & Iron Works, At-
lanta. . Southern Foundry & Machine Co.,
Bainbridge. Spalding Foundry Co., Atlanta.
Stafford, I. S., Canton. Steel Products Co., Savannah. Tallulah Falls Railway Shops, Cor-
nelia. Taylor, C. E., P elham. Taylor Iron Works, Macon. Thomasville Iron Works, Thomasville.
Thompson Boiler Works, Bainbridge.
Tifton Farm Tool Mfg., Tifton. Tifton Foundry & Machine Co.,
Tifton.
Tomlin-Harris Machine Co., Cordele. Towers-Sullivan M'fg. Co., Rome. Triangle Machine Co., Atlanta. Union Machine Shop, Brunswick.
Valdosta Machine Co., Valdosta. V. M. & W. Railway Shops, Valdosta. Van Winkle Motor Truck Co.,- Atlanta
Warlick Sheet Metal Mfg. Co., Atlanta.
Washington Machine Works, Washington.
W. & S. Railway Shops, Wayc.ross.
W. & W. Railway Shops, Waycross. Welda! Shop, Tennille. Westberry & Southwell, Claxton.
West Point Iron Works, West Point. West Point R{)ller Co., West Point. Wingfield, J. T., Washington. Wirts & H erneen, Augusta. Withers Foundry & Machine ~o.,
Atlanta.
Withers Foundry & Machine Co., Cartersville.
Wood, A. A. .& Sons Co., Atlanta. Woodruff Machinery Mfg. Co., Win
der.
Wrinkle-Miller Foundry & Machine Co., Dalton .
York Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

FURNITURE & FIXTURES.

Allen, John, Atlanta.

Atlanta Casket Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Mirror & Beveling Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Safe Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Show Case Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Table Co., Atlanta. ~us~ell Spring & L adder Co. Austell.

e~lS, L. L ., Franklin.

'

Bnce, J oe, Gainesville.

Brumby Chair Co., Marietta.

Burnett-Klapper Furniture Co., At-

lanta.

'

Capital City Chair Co., Atlanta

Carter Furniture Co., Crawford.

Chattahoochee Furniture Co., Flow-

ery Branch.

City Carpenter & Cabinet Works, At-

lanta.

Cooper Lumber Co., Columbus.

Cooper & Pursley, Atlanta.

Crumps .Mianufacturing Co., Macon.

Day, Thos, J., Jr., Atlanta.

Duane Chair Co., Dalton.

Eatonton Lumber Co., Eatonton.

Elliott, Wm., East Ellijay.

Floyd Bros., Atlanta.

Fulton Metal Bed Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Gate City Coffin Co., Atlanta.

Georgia Chair Co., Flowery Branch.

Gin Manufacturing Co., Carnesville.

Greenpoint Metallic Bed Co., Atlanta.

Hightower, W. J., Dahlonega.

Hirsch & Spitz Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Holsombac, M. M., Union City.

Hooper, J . B., Atlanta.

Jones, R. B., Rossville.

Juniper Cas'ket Co., Juniper.

Knott & Carmichael, Atlanta.

Kruger Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

Ledbetter, D, N., Savannah.

Macon Cabinet Works, Macon.

-McElroy-Nesbitt Furnit ure Co., Nor

cross.

McNatt Coffin & Casket Co., Vidalia.

Muecke & Sons, M'acon.

Mueller, Geo. W, Bank Fixture Co.,

Atlanta.

National Show Case Co., Columbus.

Piedmont Furniture Co., Toccoa.

Pirkle, L. F., Atlanta.

Price & Thomas, Atlanta.

Rome Furniture Co., &me.

Simmons, J. B. Lumber Co., Toccoa.

Smith-Wayne Mfg. Co., Winder.

Southern Novelty Works, Demorest.

Southern Spring Bed Co., Atlanta.

Spratt Chair Co., Atlanta.

Stallings, Alf, Atlanta

'foccoa Furniture Co., Toccoa.

Washington Manufacturing Co.,

Washington.

!Velch, Pat, Dahlonega.

Whittier Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

GAS.
Albany Gas Co., Albany. American Gas Construction Co., Way-
cross.

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Athens Gas Light & Fuel Co., Athens. Carrollton Ice & Bottling Co., Car

Atlanta Gas Light Co., Atlanta.

roll ton.

Cartersville Gas Co., Cartersville.

Carters'Ville Supply Co., Cartersville.

City of LaGrange Gas Co., LaGrange. Cedartown Ice Co., Cedartown.

Consumers Gas & Coke Co., Waycross. City Ice Plant, Blakely.

Dalton Gas Co., Dalton.

City Ice Plant, Colquitt.

Gas' Light Co. of Augusta, Augusta. Consumers Ice Co., Atlanta.

Gas Light Co. of Columbus, Colum- Coweta Ice & Fuel Co., Newman.

bus.

Cuthbert Ice Co., Cuthbert.

Griffin Gas Co., Griffin.

Dallas Utility Co., Dallas.

Macon Gas Co., Macon.

Dalton I ce Co., Dalton.

Mutual Light & Water Co., Bruns- Darien Manufacturing Co., Darien,

wick.

Dawson Ice Co., Dawson.

0 'Halleron & Bishop, Columbus.

Donalsonville Ice Plant, Donalson

Pintsch Compressing Co., Atlanta.

ville.

Rome MUnicipal Gas Co., Rome.

Douglas Icc Co., Douglas.

Savannah Gas Co., Savannah.

Ellis Ice & Coal Co., Augusta.

Searchlight Has Co., Atlanta.

Enterprise Ice Co., Millen.

Valdosta Gas Co., Valdosta.

Fairburn Ice & Coal Co., Fairburn.

HANDLES.

Fitzgerald Ice Co., Fitzgerald. Forsyth Ice Co., Forsyth.

Altamaha Woodworking Co., Darien. Fort Gaines Ice C'o., Fort Gaines.

Council, W. B., Americllll'.

Friedman, Samuel, Savannah.

Georgia Handle Factory, Abbeville. Gainesville Ice & Fuel Co., Gaines-

Hanna Handle Co., Athens.

ville.

Hanna Handle Co.1 Macon. Martin, Tom S., Cuthbert.

Glynn Ice Co., Brunswick. Griffin Gas, Ice & Cold Storage

Ragsdale, Joe, Dallas.

Griffin.

~

Savannah Handle Co., Savannah

Hartwell I ce & Fuel Co., Hartwell.

Sowell, W. F., Success.

H elena Ice Works, Helena.

Standard Handle Co., Macon.

Hygeia Ice & Storage Co., Savannah

Williams, J . B., Success.

Jackson Ice Corpn., Jackson.

ICE.

Kinnett Ice & Coal Co., Macon. Kirkwood Ice Co., Kirkwood.

Aimar, W. C. & Co., Savannah

Knickerbocker Ice & Storage

Artesian Ice Co., Montezuma.

Savannah.

Ashburn Ice & Cold Storage Co., LaGrange Ice & Fuel Co., LaGrang8.

Ashburn.

Manchester Ice & Fuel Cq., Manches

.Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Albany.

ter.

Atlantic I ce & Coal Cprpn., Americus. Marietta Ice & Coal Co., Marietta.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Athens. Milledgeville Ice Works, Milledgeville

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Atlanta. Monticello Ice Plant, Monticello.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Augusta. Moultrie Ice Co., Moultrie.

Atlantic I ce & Coal Corpn., Colmnbua Murrage Ice Co.., Jesup.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Cordele. Muscogee I ce Co., Columbus.

Atlantic I ce & Coal Corpn., Coving Myers Ice Co., Barnesville.

ton.

Nashville Ice Factory, Nashville.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Dublin. New Ice Co., Carrollton.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Elberton. Newnan lee Co., Newnan.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Fort Val- Norman, N. J. & Co., St. George.

ley.

P eoples Ice Co., Griffin.

Atlantic I ce & Coal Corpn., Macon. Ponce de Leon I ce Mfg. Co., Atlanta

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn ., Rome.

Pope Manufacturing Co., Washing-

Augusta I ce & Beverage Co., Augusta

ton.

Bainbridge Ice Co., Bainbridge.

Quitman Ice Cc>., Quitman.

Camilla Ice & Cold Storage Co., Sandersville Ice Co., SandersVille.

Camilla. Canton Ice Co., Canton.

Savannah Beverage & Ice Co., Savannah.

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South Atlantic Packing & Provision Co., Savannah.
Southern lee Co., Augusta. Southern l ee & Coal Co., Macon. Stillmore lee Plant, Stillmore. Summerville lee Plant, Sumrville. Thomas Manufacturing Co., Madison. Thomaston I ce Co., Thomaston.
Thomasville Ice & Mfg. Co., Thomasville,
Toccoa l ee & Coal Co., Toccoa. Vidalia I ce & Coal Co., Vidalia. West Point Ice Co., West Point.

LAUNDRIES.

Abbeville Laundry, Abbeville.

Acme Laundry, Columbus.

Albany Laundry Co., Albany.

American Laundry Co., Atlanta.

American Laundry Co., Macon.

Americus Steam Laundry, Americ

Bass' Steam Laundry, Dublin.

Bell Laundry, Atlanta.

Best Laundry Co., Savannah.

Brunswick Laundry Co., Brunswick.

Camilla Laundry, Camilla.

Capital City Laundry, Atlanta.

Cartersville Steam Laundry Carters

vill e.

'

Cedartown Steam Loundry, Cedar

toWIJ.

City Laundry, Albany.

City Laundry, Eatonton. C~ty Laundry, Fitzgerald. C~ty Laundry, Hazlehurst.

C1ty Laundry, McRae Cliff Laundry, Waycr~ss.

Columbus Steam Laundry, Columbus.

Cooley Laundry, Savannah.

Crescent Laundry Co., Macon.

Dalton Steam L aundry, Dalton.

Dart, Charlie, Madison. D~~son Steam Laundry, Dawson.

Dune Steam Laundry, Bainbridge.

Eagle Laundry, Atlanta.

Eatonton Laundry, Eatonton. EEmlm ~ity Laundry Co., LaGrange.

pue Laundry Co., Athens.

Excelsior Laundry, Atlanta.

E: & W. L aundry, Savannah.

First Cia s Laundry, .Jesup. Fr~nch Dry Cleaning Co., Atlanta.

Gamesville Steam Laundry, Gaines-

ville.

Gate City Laundry, Atlanta. ge?r~ia Laundry Co., Atlanta.

riffm Laundry Co., Griffin.

Guthman Laundry Co., Atlanta.

Ideal Laundry, Carrollton. Independent Laundry, Macon.
LaGrange Steam Laundry, LaGrange. Long, S. L., Blakely. McCoy Steam Laundry, Cordele. Model Laundry Co., Atlanta. Montezuma Laundry, Montezutna. Moultrie Steam Laundry, Moultrie. Newnan Steam Laundry, Newnan. Piedmont Laundry Co., Atlanta. Prager L aundry Co., Savannah. Quitman Steam Laundry, Quitman. Red Cross Laundry, Savannah. Reliable Laundry, Atlanta. Robertson, .J. B., Statesboro. Rome Steam Laundry, Rome. Savannah-Georgia Laundry Co., Sa-
vannah. Service Laundry, Atlanta. Sewell Laundry Co., Atlanta. Star Laundry Co., Savannah. Star Steam Laundry, Valdosta. Stoddard Dry Cleaning Co., Atla:nta. Thomasville Steam Laundry, Thomas-
ville. Tifton Laundry Co., Tifton. Trio Steam Laundry, Atlanta. Troy Laundry Co., Atlanta. Troy Laundry Co., Macon. Vidalia Laundry, Vidalia. Way, Q. C. Laundry, Monroe. White Swan Laundry, Fitzgerald. White Swan Laundry, Macon.
LEATHERS & TAl\'NERS.
Allen, Bona, Inc., Buford. Allen Manufacturing Co., Lawrence-
ville.. Bernd, G. Co., Macon. Brunswick Hide & Metal Co., Bruns-
wick. Burpee, T . G. & G. T., Newnan. , Callahan, .J. E., Winder. Carroll, M. B., Dublin. Chatham Trunk Factory, Savannah. Christian, .J.. K. & Son, Acworth. Cordele Leather ()o. , Cordele. Cornochan Co., Rome. Cou<Jh Bros. M'fg. Co., East Point. Eady, H. P., Griffin. E<Jonomy Manufacturing Co., Thomas-
ton. Foote Trunk & Bag Factory, Atlanta. Gainesville Harness Co., Gainesville. Goldin 's Harness Factory, Atlanta. Hirch, S., Savannah. .Johnson, Ezra Novelty Co., Newnan. Jones, .J. M., Thomaston.
5

LQgan & Evatt, Acworth.

Conswners Monument Co..,

Morgan Harness & Saddle Co., At-

Ground.

Ian~.

Continental Marble &

0 'Karmer, E. I., Savannah.

Canton.

Perfect Belt Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Cordele Marble Works, Cordele.

Red Seal Shoe Co., Atlanta..

Davidson Granite Co., Lithonia.

Rome Tannery, Rome.

Dixie Marble & Granite Co., .u'"'"~wr.

Rountree, H. W., Atlanta.

Dublin LM'arble Works, Dublin.

Schoen Bros., Atlanta.

Duggan, Mack, Sandersville.

Shadburn Bros'., Buford

Eaton & Coffey Marble Co.,

Shadburn Bros., Norcross.

Elberton Granite Corpn., Elberton.

Sharpe Bros., Sylvania.

Elledge & Norman, Columbus.

Tifton Leather Co., Tifton.

Empire Marble Co., Canton.

Woodruff Manufacturing Co., Wm- Enterprise Coal & Marble Co., At-

der.

J lanta.

.

Wright Leather Speciality Co., At- E xans, W. P. & Co., Lithonia.

lanta.

Finbaker & Scott, Quitman.

Zelmenovitz, N. & Co., Brunswick.

Fitzgerald Marble Co., Fitzgerald.

G ines Marble Co., Cartersville.

MARBLE & GRANITE.

GEfrgia Marble 0>., Marietta. Geprgia Marble Co., Tate.

Albany Marble Works, Albany. American Marble & Granite Co., Can-
ton. Arabia Granite Co., Lithonia. Art Marble Co., Gartrell. Ash M'arble Co., Whitstone. Athens Granite & Marble Co., Athens. Atlanta Crushed Stone Co., Stock-
bridge. Barnesville Marble Co., Barnesville. Bell Bros. Marble Works, Athens. Bennett Marble Co., Canton. B'owe, Wm. F., Augusta. Brand & Newmeyer Granite Co., Li-
thonia. Brantley Granite & Marble Co., Li-
thonia. Brantley & Doby, Lithonia. Brantley, Lee, Milstead. Briscoe M'arble & Granite Co., Cov-
ington. Broad River Granite Co., Elberton. Brunswick Granite & MarblEi Co.,
Brunswick. Buford Marble & Granite Co., Buford.

Georgia Marble Finishing
Canton. G orgia Quincy Granite Co., Macon. Georgia Quincy Granite Co., Sparta.
Q-ranite Quarries Co., Pope's Ferry. :J:I.aygood Granite Co., Lithonia.
erndon Bros., Elberton. ill Bros. Marble Works, Dalton.
rnternational Marble & Granite Co., Canton. ohnson Granjte Co., Lithonia.
Iones, H. H. Co., Griffin. ones M'arble & Granite Co., Gaines
ville. ones, R. A., Rome. elly, S. R. & Sons, Augusta. inney Granite Co., Lithonia.
avonia Marble & Granite Co.,
vonia. eland Granite Co., Atlanta. ockhart, J. L. Marble Co., Jackson.
~ackin, W. T. Granite Works, Sparta. arietta Marble & Stone Works, Ma-
rietta. 1)1cNeel Marble Works, Marietta.

Capital Monument Co., Savannah.

ercer Granite Corpn., Elberton.

Capital Stone Co., Atlanta. Oarrollton Marble Works, Carrollton.

oore, Jas. A., Milledgeville. ewnan Granite & Marble Co., New

Cedartown Marble Co., Cedartown.

nan.

v11erokee Marble & Granite Co., At- rational Marble & Granite Co., Ball

lanta. Chuppe Granite Co., Lithonia.
City Marble Co., Moultrie.

Ground. Nichols, A. H. & Bros., Augllilta. North Georgia Marble Products Co.,

Clarke Monumental Works, Americus. Cobb County Marble Co., Marietta. Coggins Marble Co., Canton. Consolidated Marble & Milling Co.,
Canton.

Whitestone. Oglesby Granite Corpn., Elberton.
IOglethrope Monument & Granite Co., Savannah. I P arker, H. T., Dallas.

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M?" ' '~in\ p;., thoma. .

Gmnito Co., Li

Macon Mattress Co., Macon. Metzger Mattress Co., Atlanta.

Quitm:m Marble Yard, Quitman.

Pine Grove Mattress Co., Pine Grove.

Rainwater, A. D. Marble Yard, Pope Mattress Co., Americus.

Union City.

Riverside Manufacturing Co., Moul-

Reagan, E. W. & Co., LithoM~. ,
Richardson Marble l Co., Manetta.

trie. R.ome Mattre::3 Co., Rome.

Roberts Marble Co., Ball Ground.

Savannah M'attress Co., Savannah.

R.oche Stone Works, Savannah.

Shirley Mattress Co., Atlanta.

Schneider M'arble Co., Inc., Americus. Star- Bed Pillow Co., Gainesville.

Small Quarries Co., Pope's Ferry.

Trio Mattress Co., Atlanta.

Southern Granite & Marble Works, Trouton Mattress Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta.

Southern Monument Co., Savannah.

OIL MILLS.

Standard M'arble Oo., Rome.

Stanley-Norris Marble Yard, Ac-

worth.

Stone Mountain Granite Co., Stone

M~ untain.

\

Superior Monu,ment Oo., Ball

Ground.

Talking R.ock Mfg. Co., Talking

R.ock.

Thomasville Marble Works, Thomas-

ville.

Toccoa Rock Crushing Co., Toccoa.

Toccoa Trap Rock Co., Toccoa.

U. S. J'I1Jarble Co., Canton.

Valdosta M'arble Works, Valdosta.

Veal Granite Co., Stone Mountain.

Vidalia Monument & Marble Co., Vi-

da lia.

Walling Coogler Granite Co., Elberton.

Walz, Jno., Savannah.

Waycross Marble Co., Waycross.

Wells Granite Co., Redan.

Willingham Stone Co., Gartrell.

Winder Marble & Granite Co., Win-

der.

Acworth Cotton Seed Oil Co., Acworth.
Albany Oil :Mill Co., Albany. Americus Oil Mill Co., Americus. Ashburn Oil Mill Co., .A.shburn. Atlanta Cottan Oil Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Refining & Mfg. Co., At-
lanta. Atlantic Refining Co., Brunswick. Augusta Oil Mill Co., Augusta. Bainbridge Oil Mill, Bainbriqge. Blackshear Mfg. Co., Blackshe'llr. Boston Oil Mill, Boston. Bowdon Oil Mill & F ertilizer Co.,
Bowdon. Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta. Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Augusta. Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Macon. Buford Oil Mill, Buford. Burke County Oil & Fertilizer Co.,
Waynesboro. Byromville Oil Mill Co., Byrom-
ville.. Calhoun Oil & Fertilizer Co., Cal-
houn.

Camilla Oil & Fert ilizer Co., Camilla.

MATTRESSES.

Canon Oil & Fertilizer Co., Canoo.

Central Oil Co., Macon.

Albany MattreSs Co., Alb!lJly.

Cochran, G. M. Oil Co. , Boston.

American Mattress Co., Atlanta.

Cochran Oil Mill & Ginnery, Cochran.

Athens Mattress & Spring Bed Co., Coleman Oil Co., Coleman.

AthGIIS.

Comer, E . T. Co., Millhaven.

Atlanta Mattress Co., Atlanta.

Comer Oil Mill, Comer.

Augusta Bedding Co., Augusta.

Cornelia Cotton Oil Co., Cornelia.

Conyers Mattress Mfg. Co., Conyers. Cotton Seed Oil Co., Savannah.

Cooper Mattress Mfg. Co., Columbus. Covington Cotton Oil Co., Covington.

- Dooner, J. R., Savannah.

Coweta Cotton Oil Co., Newnan.

Douglas Mattress Co., Douglas.

Cumming Oil & Fertilizer Co., Cum-

Dublin Mattress Co., Dublin.

ming.

East Macon Mattress Co., Macon. Cuthbert Oil Co., Cuthbert.

Gate City Mattress Co., Atlanta.

Dallas Oil & Fertilizer Co., Dallas.

Gholstm Spring <t_ Mattress Co., At- Dawson Cotton Oil Co., Dawson.

lanta.

Doerun Oil Mill Co., Doerun.

Griffin Mattress Co., Griffin.

Donalsonville Oil Mill, Donalscm-

Hirsch & Spitz Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

ville.

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~;, Eatonton Oil & Fertilizer Co., Eat Mandeville Oil

Carrolltoo.

onton.

"

Edison Cotton Oil Co., Edison.

Elberton Oil Mill Co., Elberton.

Marion Harper Co ton Oil Co.,

Point. Maysville Oil

W,

Maysville.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta.

McCaw Manufaqturing Co.,

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Bainbridge. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Blakely.

McDuffie Oil & Fertilizer Co., aon.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Cordele. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Dublin.

McNair-Young ~-,Wrens. Milledgeville Oil Mill, Milledgeville.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Madison.

Monroe Oil & Fertilizer Co.,

Empire Cotton Oil Co., McRae.

wick.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Monticello.

Monroe Oil & Fertilizer Co.,

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Quitman.

Montezuma Manufacturing Co.,

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Home.

tezuma.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Valdosta.

Morton Oil Mill Co., Millen.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Vienna.

Moultrie Oil & Fertilizer Co.,

Evans County Oil Mill & Ginnery,

trie.

Hagan.

New Lacy Cotton Oil Co., New

Fairburn Oil Co., Fairburn.

Ocilla Oil & Fertilizer Co., Ocilla.

Farmers Cotton Oil & Fertilizer Co., Patrick Oil Mill, Conyers.

Toccoa.

Pelham Oil & Fertilizer Co.,

Farmers Cotton Oil Co., Americus.

Planters Cotton Oil Go., Albany.

Farmers Cotton Oil Co., LaGra.nge. Planters Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

Farmers Cotton Seed Oil Co., Mar Planters Cotton Oil Co., Tifton.

tin. Farmers Oil Mill, Commerce.

Planters Oil & Fertilizer Co., boro.

Farmers Oil Mill, Royston.

Pope Mfg. Co., Washington.

Farmers Oil & Fertilizer Co., Lavonia. Richland Cotton Oil Co., Richland.

Fayetteville Oil Co., Fayetteville.

Rome Oil & Fertilizer Co., R<>me.

Fitzgerald Cotton Oil Co., Fitzgerald. Rutledge Oil Co., Rutledge. Fort Valley Oil Co., Fort Valley. Sandersville Cotton Oil Co., "'"'uuxr

Gough Oil & Fertilizer Co., Gough.

ville.

Grantville Cotton Oil Mill, Grant- Shellman Oil Co., Shellman.

ville.

Social Circle Oil Mill Co.,

Greenville Cotton Oil Mfg. Co., Green-

Circle.

ville. Griffin Oil Co., Griffin. Grovania Oil Mill co., Grovama. Hagan Oil Mill, B.agan. Harlem Oil & Fertilizer Co., Harlem. Hartwell Oil Mill, Hartwt~ll. Hazlehurst Cotton 'Oil Mill, Hazle-
hurst. Hodgs()n Oil & Refinery, Athens'. Hodgson Oil & .Refinery, Crawford. Hodgson Oil & Refinery, Farmington Home Cotton Oil Co., Lawrenceville. Hoschton Cotton Oil Co., Hoschton. International Vegetable Oil Co., Au-
gusta. Interstate Cotton Oil Co., Augusta. Jersey Oil Mill, Jereey. King Lumber & Oil Co., Unauilla.
Lavonia Oil Mill, Lavonia.
Lawrenceville Oil Mill, Lawrenceville.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Acworth. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Athens. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta.
Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
ville. Southern Cotton Oil Co., <>n><n<nu..
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Southern Cotton Oil Co., Commerce. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Cordele. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Dawson.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Dublin. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Fol'syth. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Fort Gaines. Southern Cotton Oil Go., Greens'boro. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Jackson.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Lavonia. Southern Cotton Oil Co., M'acon.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Newnan. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Savannah. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Talbotton. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Washington.
Southern Cotton Oil Co.} WaynM-

Louisville Oil Mill Co., Louisville. Mandeville Oil Mills, Bremen.

boro. Southern Refining Co., Athens.

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Summerville Cotton Oil Co., Summer- City Electric Plant, DouglMville.

ville.

City Lighting Plant, Abbeville.

Swift & Co., Oil Mill, Augusta.

City Lighting Plant, Acte!.

Swift & Co., Oil Mill, East Point.

City Lighting Plant, Manacbester.

Swift & Co., Refinery, Atlanta.

City Lighting Plarit, Oglethorpe.

Sylvania Oil Mill Co., Sylvania.

City Lighting Plant, Rochelle.

Temple Cotton Oil Co., Temple.

City Light & Water Plant, Ashburn.

Trio P eanut Oil Co., Arlington.

City of Adrian, Adriah.

Union Cotton Oil Oo., Fitzgerald.-

City of Arlington, Arlington.

Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., Albany. City of Bainbridge, Bainbridge.

Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., Atlanta. City of Blakely, Blakely.

Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., Augusta. City of Boston, Boston.

Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., Macon. City of Bowdon, Bowdon.

Upson County Oil Mill Co., Thomas- City of Bremen, Bremen.

ton.

City of Brooklet, Brooklet.

Valdosta Oil Mill Co., Valdosta.

City of Buena Vista, Buena Vista.

Vidalia Cotton Oil Co., Vidalia.

City of Cairo, Cairo.

Villa Rica Cotton Oil Co., Villa Rica. City of Cartersville, Cartersville.

Wade, J. T., Hershman.

City of Cochran, Cochran.

Walker Bros., No. 1, Griffin.

City of Colquitt, Colquitt.

Walker Bros., No. 2, Griffin.

City of Coolige, ('.Qolige.

Warrenton Oil M'ill Co., Warrenton. City of Cuthbert, Cuthbert.

. Washington Cotton Oil Mill, Tennille. City of Dalton, Dalton.

Winder Oil Mill, Winder.

_ City of Dawson, Dawson.

Woodbury Oil Mill, Woodbury.

City of Doerun, Doerun.

Woodstock Oil & Fertilizer Co., Wood- City of Dublin, Dublin.

stock.

City of Edison, Edison.

City of Elberton, Elberton.

PACKING PLANTS.

City of Graymont, Graymont. City of Griffin, Griffin.

Armour & Co., Atlanta.

City of Hawkinsville, H awkinsville.

Armour & Co., Tifton.

City of LaFayette, LaFayette.

Augusta P acking Plant, Augusta.

City of Madison, Madison.

Bullock P acking Co., Statesboro.

City of Meigs, Meigs.

Macon Packing Co., Macon.

City of }.fetter, Metter.

Morris & Co., Atlanta.

City of Midville, Midville.

Swift & Co., Atlanta.

City of Millen, Millen.

Swift & Co., Moultrie.

City of Milltown, Milltown.

White P r ovision Co., Atlanta.

City of Monroe, Monroe.

C~ty of Mourtrte, Moultrie.

P OWER PJ..ANTS.

City of Nashville, Nashville. City of Norman Pork, Norman Pork.

Americus Lighting Co., Americus.

City of Ocilla, Ocilla.

Athens Ra ilway & Electric Co., Athens City of P avo, Pavo.

Babcock Bros. Co., Babcock.

City of Quitman, Quitman.

B~nakkesr

County Power Co., Newton. Construction Co., St. Marys.

City of Sandersville, Sandersville. City of Shellman, Shellman.

axley Light & Water Works, Bax- City of Sparks, Sparks.

ley.

City of Statesboro, Statesboro.

Blackshear WateJ; & Light Com., City of Stillmore, Stillmore.

Bla ckshear.

City of Swainsboro, Swainsboro.

Brewer & Martin, Hinesville.

City of Sylvania, Sylvania.

Butler Electric Co., Butler.

City of Tallapoosa, Tallapoosa.

Canton Light . Co., Canton.

City of Thomasville, Thomasville.

Carrollton Electric Co., Carrollton.

City of Toccoa, Toccoa.

Central Georgia Power Co., Jackson. City of Vienna, Vienna.

Central Georgia Power Co., Macon.

City of Washington, Washington.

Cbestatee P yrites & Chemical Co., City of Waynesboro, Waynesboro.

Dahlonega.

City of Whigham, Whigham.

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City of Winder, Winder.

Claxton Electric Co., Claxton.

Clayton Light & Power Co., Clayton.

Climax Light & Power Co., Climax.

Columbus Power Co., Columbus.

Dallas Utility Co., Dallas.

Darien M'anufacturing Co., Darien.

Demorest Light & Power Co., Demo-

~

rest.

Donalsonville Light & Water Plant,

Donalsonville.

Douglas Electric Light Plant, Doug-

las.

Ellaville Power Plant, Ellaville.

Farmers Supply & Trading Co., Pem-

broke.

}'itzgerald Water, Light & Bond

Commission, Fitzgerald.

Fort Valley Electric Plant, Fort Val-

ley.

Georgia-Alabama Power Co., .Albany.

Georgia-Alabama Power Co., Fort

Gaines.

Georgia-Carolina Power Co., Augusta.

Georgia Public Service Co., Cordele.

Georgia Public Service Co., Tifton.

Georgia Railway & Power Co., At-

lanta.

Georgia Railway & Power Co., Dah-

lonega.

Georgia Railway & Power Co., Gaines-

ville.

Georgia Railway & Power Co., Hart-

well.

Georgia Railway & Power Qo., Tal-

Juab Falls.

Georgia OG Southern Utilities, EaBt-

man.

Guyton Light & Water Co., Guyton.

Habersham Manufacturing Co., Hab-

ersham.

Hahira Electric Light Co., Hahira.

Hardman's Mill, Nacoochee.

Homerville Light & Water Co.,

Homerville.

Houser Bros., Dawsonville.

Jesup Electric Light Plant, Jesup.

Lane, Trundle & McLain, Ringgold.

Lumpkin Light Plant, Lumpkin.

Macon Railway & Light Co., Macon.

Marsh'allville Light & Water Commission, Marshallville.

McCrary, D. J ., Roberta.

McRae Electric Power Plant, McRae.

Montezuma Light & Power Co., Montezuma.

Municipal Light & Power Co., Blue

Ridge.

Municipa:t Light & Water Co., mart.
Municipal Light Plant, Cedartown. Municipal Water & Light Plant,
milia. M'utual Light & Water Co.,
wick. Oconee EJectric Co., Milledgeville. Panola Power Co., Conyers. Pembroke Light & Water Co.,
broke. Putman Mills' & Power Co., .n.a.~Olllto!li Richland Electric Light Plant,
land. Rome Railway & Light Co., Rome. Savannah Electric Co., Savannah. Savannah Lighting Co., Savannah. Smith, Dr. J. G., McDonough. Sparta Electric Plant, Sparta. Springfield Light & Water
Springfield. Summerville Electric Light Co.,
merville. Sylvester Light Plant, Sylvl'!ster. Thomson Light & Water Co.,
son. Toccoa Falls Light & Power
Toccoa. Towaliga Falls Power Co., Griffin. Towaliga Falls Power Co., Jackson. Valdosta Lighting Co., Valdosta. Villa Rica Electric Light &
Co., Villa Rica. Ware County Light & Power Co.,
cross. Warrenton Light & Power Co.,
renton. Water & Light Commission, Willacoochee Lighting Plant,
acoochee. Young Harris Light &
Young Harris. Zackery Bros., Harlem.
.Alexander Bros. Co., Savannah. .All Star Manufacturing Go., .American Hat Manufacturing Co.,
lanta. .American Manufacturing Co.,
nah. B & .A Manufacturing Co., .<uuw'-. Bell Overall ('{)., Gainesville. Bell Overall Co., Winder. Breen Skirt Manufacturing
lanta. Commerce Overall Mfg. Co.,
merce.

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Crescent Skirt Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Bennett Lumber Co., Forsyth.

De Luxe Shirt Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Br.ady, Ed., Stone Moun,tain.

Dublin Overall Factory, Dublin.

Buchanan Lumber Co., Buchanan.

Economy Manufacturing Co., Savan- Bullochville Casket Ca., Bullochville.

nah.

Camp, E. N. & Son, Moreland.

Enterprise Manufacturing Oo., At- Cannon Screen & Novelty Co., Al-

lanta.

bany.

Globe Manufacturing Co., Savannah. Carter Bros., Rochelle.

Hamilton Garhardt Co., Atlanta.

Central -Manufacturing Co., Macon.

Happ Bros., Macon.

Chickamauga Excelsior Works, Chick-

Harper Manufacturing Co., Rome.

amauga.

Head & McMahan, Athens.

Clark, W. L. Variety Works, Quit-

Hillman Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

man.

Ideal Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

Cochran Lumber Co., Cochran.

J ewell Shirt Co., Atlanta.

Cooper Lumber Co., Columbus.

L & L Manufacturing Co., Atlanta. Copeland, T. S., Cairo.

Lewis Shirt Manufacturing Co., Ath- Cordele Sash, Door & Lumber Co.,

ens.

Cordele.'

Loeb Marcus & Co., Atlanta. Macdn Woolen Mills, Macon. Mitchell Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
Mohr, L. & Sons, Savannah. Monarch Overall Co., Atlanta. National Straw Hat Works, Atlanta. Novelty Hat Manufacturing Co., At-

Crisp County Lumber Co., Cordele. Dalton Excelsior Works, Dalton. Davis-Jenkins & Sons, Moultrie. Dawson Variety Works, Dawson. Dublin Lumber Co., Dublin. Dublin Planing Mill, Dublin. Dudley Sash, Door & Lumber Co., Co-

lanta. l\unnally & McCrae, Atlanta. Orr, J. K. Shoe Co., Atlanta. Oxbow Falls Mfg. Co., Roswell. Peacock J . B. Co., Columbus. Pioneer' Manufacturing Co., Atlanta. Princess Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
Quality Skirt Co., Savannah. Queen Quality Shirt Co., Atlanta.
Rainbow Hat Co., Macon. - Ready-to-wear Mfg. Co., Atlanta.
Reliable Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
Robinson Shirt Co., Atlanta. RQme Manufacturing Co., Rome.
Sater Bros., Atlanta. - Smith Manufactuirng Co., Dalton.
Smith, M. D. & H. L., Atlanta. Southern Overall Co., Columbus. SoutherJ Stwtes Garment Co., At-
lanta. Tailor Made Corset Co., Atlanta. United Manufacturing Co., Atlanta. United Woolen Co., Cordele. Walters, A. W. & Co., Rome. Wiseberg Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

lumbus.

Dupre Manufacturing Go., Atlanta.

Elberton Planing Mill, Elberton. Empire Novelty Works, Douglas.

F nterprise Manufacturing Co., Way-

cross. Forsyth Coal & Lumber Co., Forsyth.

Georgia Lumber & Mfg. Co., Monte

zuma. Georgia Lumber Co., McRae.

Gresham Manufacturing Co., Griffin.

Harvey Lumber Co., Columbus.

Huber Lumber Co., Moultrie.

.JUnCtion City M.fg. Co., Junction

City. LaGrange Supply Co., LaGrange.

Lang & Orr, Brunswick.

.

Langs Variety Works, Sandersville. Marbutt-Williams Lumber Go., At-

lanta.

Marshall Manufacturing Co., Ro.me. Maxeys V'ariety Work~, Maxeys.

McNiel W. W., Amencus.

Meigs Manufacturing Co., Metgs. Moss Manufacturing Co., Athen~.

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS.

Moultrie Cabinet Works, Moultne. New, D. E., Carrollton.

Americus Construction Co., Americus. Patent Door & Blind Co., Rome.

Americus Screen Mfg. Co., Americus. Perkins Sash & Door Co., Augusta.

Askew, W. S. Co.., Newnan.

Phoenix Planning Mill, Atlanta.

Augusta Lumber Co., Augusta.

Reynolds Lumber & Variety Works,

Bacon, A. S. & Son, Savannah.

Reynolds.

Barnesville Planing Mill, Barnes- Rhyne Bros. Lumber Co., Carters',.

ville.

ville.

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Shiver, Jno. W., Americus.

Bibb Manufacturing Co.,. Columbus.

Smith Lumber Co., Waycross. -

Bibb Manufacturing Co., Porterdale.

Sparta Lumber Co., Sparta.

Bibb Manufacturing Co., Reynolds.

Thomaston Variety Works, Thomas- Bowen Jewell Co., Jewell.

ton.

Canton C'otton Mills, Canton. .

'l'homasville Variety Works, Thomas- Capps Manufactming Co., Toccoa.

ville.

Carhart Cotton Mills, Elberton.

Valdosta Sash, Door & Blind Co., Val- Cedartown Cotton & Export Co., No.

dosta.

1, cedartown.

Willingham Sash & Door Co., Macon. Cedartown Cotton & Export Co., No.

Wilson, G. T. & Sons, Augusta.

2, Cedartown.

Winder Lumber Co., Winder.

Cherokee Hosiery Mills, Rome.

Woodbury Lumber Co., Woodbury. Climax Hosiery Mills, Athens.

Woodland Excelsior Works, Wood- Cochran Cotton Mills Co., Cochran.

land.

Collier Manufacturing Co., Barnes

Woodward Lumoer Co., Augusta.

ville.

Columbus Manufacturing Co., Co

SHIPBUILDING PLANTS.

lumbus. Concord Manufacturing Co., Smyrna.

- American Shipbuilding Co., Bruns- Cook Duck Mills, Cedartown.

wick.

Couch Mills Co., East P oint.

Brunswick Marine Construction Co., Covington Mills, Covington. .

Brunswick.

Cra wford Cotton Mills, Crawford.

Brunswick Ship uilding Co., Bruns- Crown Cotton Mllls, No. 1, Dalton.

wick.

Crown Cotton Mills, No. 2, Dalton.

Concrete Steel Shipbuilding Co., l::la- Crystal Springs Bleacbery, Chieka

vannah.

mauga.

Foundation, The Co., Savannah. Georgia Shipbuilding Co., Savannah.

Dallas Hosiery Mills, Dallas. D~ton Hosiery Mills, Dalton.

National Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Dixie Cotton Mills, LaGrange.

Co., Savannah.

.

Douglas Hosiery Mills, Douglasville.

Southland Steamship Co., Savannah. Dunson Mills, LaGrange.

Terry Shipbuilding Corpn., Savannah. Eagle & Phenix Mills, Columbus.

U. S. Maritime Corpn., Brunswick.

Eastman Cotton Mills, Eastman.

Eatonton Cotton Mills, Eatonton.

TEXTILE MILLS.

Eehota Cotton M'ills', Calhoun.

Elk Cotton Mills, Dalton.

Acworth Cotton Mills, Acworth .

Elm City Cotton Mills, LaGrange.

Acworth Knitting Mills, Acworth.

Ensign Cotton Mills, Forsyth.

Adams Cotton Mills, Macon.

E nterprise Manufacturing Co., Au-

Aldora Mills, Barnesville.

gusta.

American Textile Co., Atco.

Exposition Cotton Mills, Atlanta.

Anchor Duck Mills, Rome.

Fitzgerald Cotton Mills, Fitzgerald.

Aragon Mills, Aragon.

Flint River Cotton Mills, Albany.

Arnold Manufacturing Co., Sargent. Floyd Cotton Mills, Forsyth. '

Athens Manufacturing Co., Athens. Forsyth Cotton Mills, Forsyth.

Atlanta Hosiery Mills, Atlanta.

Fort Valley Cotton Mills, Fort Val-

Atlanta Woolen Mills, Atlanta.

ley.

Augusta Factory, Augusta.

Fort Valley Knitting Mills, Fort Val-

Barrow County Cotton Mills, Winder.

ley.

Beaver Cotton ~ills, Thomson.

Fulton Bag & Co'tton Mills, Atlanta.

Berryton Cotton Mills, Berryton.

Gainesville Cotton Mills, Gainesville.

Beverly Cotton Mills, Elberton.

Gate City Cotton Mills, East Point.

Bibb Manufacturing Co., No. 1, }.fa- Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 1, Griffin.

eon.

Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 2, Griffin.

Bibb Manufacturing Co., No. 2, Ma- Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 3, Griftln.

con.

Georgia Duck & Cordage Mills, Scott-

Bibb Manufacturing Co., Knitting,

dale.

Macon.

Georgia Manufacturing Co., Athens.

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Georgia M'anufacturi~g Co., Colu~bus. Georgia Manufactunng Co., Gaines-

ville. Gilnler, L. H . & Co., Millen. Globe Cotton Mills, ~ugusta. . Grantville Cott~n Mill~, Grantvill~. Grantville Hosiery Mills, Grantyille.

Griffin Hosiery Mills, Griffin. Griffin Manufacturing Co., Griffin.

Habersham Mills, Habersham. Hambmger Mills, Columbus. Hampton Cotton Mills, Hampton. Harmony Grove Cotton Mills, Com-

merce. Harper Manufacturing Co., Rome.

Hartwell Mills, Hartwell. Henderson Manufacturing Co., Hamp-

ton.

Henry Cotton Mills, Hawkinsville.

Hetrick Manufacturing Co., Gaines-

ville.

High Shoals Manufacturing Co., High

Shoals.

Hillside Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Hutcheson Manufacturing Go., Ban-

ning. Imperial Cotton Mills, Eatonton.

International Cotton Mills, Hogans-

. ville. International Cotton Mills, LaGrange.
Jefferson Cotton Mills, Jefferson.

Jonesboro Manufacturing Co., Jones-

boro .. Juliette Milling Co., (Cotton Mill),

Juliette. Kennesaw Hosiery Mills, Marietta.
Kincaid Knitting Mills, Griffin. Kincaid M'anufacturing Co., No. 1,
Griffin. Kincaid Manufacturing Co., No. ~.

Griffin. King, Jno P. Mfg. Co., Augusta.

LaFayette Cotton Mills, LaFayette. Laurel Mill Manufacturing Co., Ros-

well. Lavonia Cotton Mfg. Co., Lavonia.
Lawrenceville Mills, Lawrenceville.

Liberty Cotton Mills, Dallas. Little River Mills, Woodstock. Lois Cotton Mills, Douglasville. Mallison Braided Cord Co., Athens.
Manchester Cotton Mills, Manches-

ter.

.

Manchester Manufacturing Co., Ma-

con.

Mandeville Mills, Carrollton. Marietta Knitting Co., Marietta.
Martel M.lanufacturing Co.., Egan.

Mary-Leila Cotton Mills, Greensboro. Massachusetts Mills in Georgia, Lin-
dale. Mcintosh Mills, Newnan. Meritas Mills, Columbus. Milstead Manufacturing Co., Mil-
stead. Mitchell Hosiery Co., Columbus. Monroe Cotton Mills, Monroe. Montezuma Manufacturing Co., Mon-
tezuma.
Moultrie Cotton Mills, Moultrie. Muscogee Manufacturing Co., .Cohmi-
bu.s'.
Newnan Cotton Mills, Newnan. Newnan Hosiery Mills, Newnan. Oxbow Falls Manufacturing Co., Ros-
.well.
Pacolet Manufacturing Co., New Holland.
Palmetto Cotton Mills, Palmetto. Park Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Park Woolen Mills, Rossville. Payne Cotton Mills, Macon. Peerless Cotton Mills, Thomaston. Peerless Woolen Mills, Rossville. Pelliam Manufacturing Co., Pelham. Pepperton Cotton Mills, Jackson. Perkins Hosiery Mills, Columbus. Piedmont Cotton Mills, Atlanta. Poulan Cotton Mills, Poulan. Princeton Manufacturing Co., Athens. Quitman Manufacturing Co., Quit-
man. Richmond Hosiery Mllls, Rossville. Rome Hosiery Mills, Rome. Roswell Manufacturing Co., No. 1,
R.oswell. . R.oswell Manufacturing Go., No. 2,
Roswell. Rushton Cotton Mills, Griffin. Scottdale ~ills, Scottdale. Sibley Manufacturing Co., Augusta. Singleton Silk Mfg. Co., Augusta. Social Circle Cotton Mills, Social Cir-
cle. Southerland Manufacturing Co., Au-
gusta. Southland Knitting MI!ls, Macon. Southern Manufacturing Co., Athens. Standard Cotton Mills, Cedartown. Star Thread Mills, Athens. Strickland Cotton Mills, Valdosta.
Summerville Cotton Mills, Summerville.
Swift Manufacturing Co., Columbus.
Swift Spinning Mills, Columbus.
Tallapoosa Mills, Tallapoosa.

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Tennille Yarn .Mjlls, Tennille.

Flint River Lumber Co., Bainbridge,

Thomaston Cotton Mills, Thomaston. Flora-American Plywood Co.,

Trio Manufacturing Co., Forsyth.

Graham, F. M. & Co., Fitzgerald.

Trion, The Co., Trion.

Hardwood Manufacturing Co., DubliD.

Tiftoo Ootton Mills, Tifton.

Hicks & Brown, Cartersville.

Tilton, G. H . & Sons, Savannah.

Hightower Planing Mill,

ToccoaJ Cotton Mills, Toccoa.

Hill Planing Mill, Clarkesville.

Union Cotton Mills, LaFayette.

Hunt, J. H., Gainesville.

Union Manufacturing Co.) Union Jowers, C. A. & Son, Buena Vista.

Point.

Macon Hardwood Lumber Go., Ma

Union Thread Co., Athens.

con.

Unity Cotton M'ills, LaGrange.

Macon Veener Co., M'a.con.

Unity Spinning Mills, LaGrange.

Massee & Felton Lumber Co., Macon.

Valley Waste Mills, LaGrange.

McSin & Morris, Albany.

Villa Rica Hpsiery Mills, Villa Rica. Richardson, W. R., :M:acon.

Walker County Hosiery Mills, La .Stokes, W. A., Albany.

Fayette.

Thomson Variety Works, Thomson.

Walton Cotton Mills Co., Monroe.

Tifton Planning Mill, Tifton.

White City Manufacturing Co., Ath- Westhey, J. W., Claxton.

ens.

Wilder, R. C. Lumber Co., Macon.

Whitehall Yarn Mills, Whitehall. Whittier Mills Co., Chattahoochee.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Willingham Cotton Mills, Macon,

Alco Feed Mills, Atlanta.

VELVET BEAN MILLS.

Almo Remedy Co., Atlanta. American Beverage & Syrup

Alma Gin & Milling Co., Alma.

Ashburn Oil Mill, Ashburn.

Ben Hill Co., Fitzgerald.

Buena Vista Cannon, W.

cM.,ilSliynlgveC11ot.e1r.Buena

Vista.

Central Grocery Co., Tifton.

Cowart, Walter, Union City.

Edison Milling Co., Edison.

Mallet & Ball, Jackson.

Metcalf Milling Co., Camilla.

Milledgeville Products Co., Milledge-

ville.

Milner, W. S., Eastmab.

Oconee Milling & Grain Co., Dub

lin.

Prruter, W. H ., Dalton.

Tb()masville Elevator Co., ThoQ,Jasville.

Wrens Milling Co., Wrens.

lanta. American-European Art Glass Co., At
lanta. Armuchee Manufacturing Co., Rome. Atlanta Auto Top & Trimming Co.,
Atlanta. Atlanta Cone Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Cotton Bag Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Enevelope Co., Atlanta. Atlanta' Paint Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Rubber Stamp & Stencil Co.,
Atlanta. Atlanta Tent & Awning Co., Atlanta.. Atlantic Paper & Pulp Co., Savannah. Augusta Cream-Sizing Co., Augusta.
Badgett, Mays, Atlanta. Ball, S. W. Mfg. Co., Winder.
Barnett, W. o. Co., Macon.
Bennett Rubber Stamp & Seal

WOODWORKING & VENEERING.

Atlanta.

Bennett Stamp & Printing Co.,

Alma Novelty Works, Alma.

lanta.

Banks & Frohock, St. Marys.

Bingham, Samuel & Sons, Atlanta.

Brown, W. J., Metter.

Blosser, The Co., Atlanta.

Burgis Lumber Co., Cusseta. Campbell, W. T., Rockmart.

Blue Springs Dye & Finishing
Cedartown. Bowdon Pickling & Brining Plant,

Carr Lumber Co., Hazlehurst.

Bowdon.



Chambers Lumber Co., Macon.

Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta.

Dasher, J. M. Lumber Co., Macon. Davis Variety Works, Fitzgerald.

Brannan, Mary Co., Atlanta.

Buford Manufacturing Co., Buford.

Burke, J . W. Co., Macob.



Doughtry, J . A., Metter.

Cairo Syrup Co., Atlanta.

Farrar Lumber Co., Dalton.

Calotabs Co., Atlanta.

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Car-Bo-Thymol, Atlanta.

Carrollton Pickling & Brining Plant,

Carrollton.

C & H Vinegar Co., Atlanta.

Chandler, F. 0. Sons, Savannah.

Cthason, J. D. & Co., Bainbridge.

Chattanooga Bottle & Glass Mfg. Co.,

Tallapoosa.

.

Cherokee Medicine Co., Atlanta.

Claxton Novelty Works, Claxton.

Collum Dropsy R.emedy Co., Atlanta.

Columbus Coffee Co., Colum'tlus.

Columbus Truck & Supply Co., Co um-

bu s.

Continental Paper Bag Co., Atlanta.

Cooledge, F. J. & Sons, Atlanta.

Co-Operative Cheese Factory, Cleve-

land.

Cotton States Tent Co., Atlanta.

Cremulsion Co., Atlanta.

Crown Cork & Seal Co., Atlanta.

Curry, A. S., Climax.

Diamond Holfast Rubber Co., At-

lanta.

Dixie Fire Extinguisher Co., Moul-

t ri e.

,



Dixie Laboratories, Atlanta.

D~x~e Roll & Cottop. Co., Macon.

DIXe Seal & Stamp Works, Atlanta.

Dorsey, W. F., L.eo.

Doss Rubber & Tire Co., Atlanta.

Dowman-Dozier Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Eagle Multigraphing, Stamp & Sten-

cil Works, Atlanta.

Eatonton Cremery, Eatonton.

E. E. M. Co., Atlanta.

Elgram, B. F., Savannah.

Ensign Remedies Co., Atlanta.

F:verett, 0. C., Sylvania.

Exelento Medicine Co., Atlanta.

Floding, W. E., Atlanta.

Flor, Eclw., Demorest.

Floyd Bros., Atlanta.

Foote & Davies, Atlanta.

Frederick Disinfectant Go., Atlanta.

Gate City Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

General R-eduction Co., Dry Branch.

"Gets Em Co", Tifton.



Georgia Creosoting Co., Inc., Bruns-

wick .

Georgia -Carolina Creamery, Augusta.

Georgia Manufacturing Co., Rome.

Georgia Medicine Co., Macon.

Georgia Pecan Products Co., Baconton.

Georgia Pecan Products Cu.., 'l'homasville.

Georgia Rosin Products Co., Brunswick.
Georgia Serum Co., Moultrie. Georgia Syrup Co., Atlanta. Georgia Vithumus Co., Macon. Giles, A. B., Tallapoosa. Hagan & Dodd, Atlanta.
Haile, T. J. & Co., Fitzgerald. Hall, W. H., Palmetto. Hanger, J. E., Inc., Atlanta. Hardway-Cargill Co., Columbus. Herolin Medicine Co., Atlanta. Hilburn, C. A., Macon. Hitchcock l\1'edicine Co., Atlanta. Hpckaday, The Co., Atlanta. Huel, H. H. Mfg. Co., Winder. Huff & Maund, Macon. Indian Herb Juice Co., Atlanta. Intravenous Products Co., Atlanta. Irogen Chemical Co., Atlanta. Jackson Bag & Burlap Mfg. Co., At-
lanta. Jackson Medical Co., Athens. Jefferson Manufacturing Co., Savan-
nah. Johnson-Wikle Co., Atlanta. Jordon Manufacturing Co., Monti-
cello. Koppe & Steinichen, Atlanta. Linde Air Products Co., Atlanta. Lindsey Manufacturing Co., Rome. Liquid Carbonic Co., Atlanta. Longino, J. H., Union City. M'arshall, T. P., Atlanta. M'cElroy Art Limb Co., Atlanta. McMillan Metal Co., Savannah. Miller Brass & Valve Co., Macon. Miller Manufacturing Co., Bainbridge. Montag Bros., Inc., Atlanta. Morgan, J. D. & Sons, Tifton. Moultrie Creamery Co., M'oultrle. Moultrie Swine Elixir Co., Moultrie. Moss Manufacturing Co.; Athens. Mozley Lemon Elixir Co., Atlanta. Murray Manufacturing Co., Newnan. Muscogee Roll & Cotton Co., Macon. National Cellulose Co., St. M'arys. National Paper Co., Atlanta. National Pencil Co., Atlanta. Neese M'edicine Co., Hartwell. N ewbro Manufacturing Co., Atlanta. Newnan Bag & Burlap Co., Atlanta. Nottingham Disinfectant Co., Macon. 0 'Conner Scheers Paint Co., Augusta.
Palmer & Sons, Athene. Paper Products Co., Cedartown. Parian Paint Co., Atlanta. Perfection Canopy Co., Atlanta. Phillips", J. B. Medicine Co., Atlanta.

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.1: rater, Jno., Atlanta.

Young Harris Co-Operative Cheeae

Prest-O-Lite Co., Atlanta.

Factory, Young Harris.

Purity Products Co., Macon.

Pyntree Paper Co., Gordon.

NEWSPAPERS AND

Raney Medicine Co., Atlanta.

CALS.

Rinker Dease Mfg. Co., Augusta.

DAILY.

Rogers, W. C., Meansville.

Rosenfield Co., ' Atlanta.

Banner, Athens (DEM&W.)

Rome Bleachery, Rome.

Banner, Brunswick (DES.)

Royal Cotton Products Co., Atlanta. Chronicle, Augusta (D.)

Salter, J. W., Thomaston.

Constitution, Atlanta (D&TW.)

Salter, Dr. M. T., Atlanta.

Courier-Herald, Dublin (DES&SW

Savannah Bag Co., Savannah.

Enquirer-Sun, Columbus (D.)

Sea Island cotton Gin Co., Vidalia.

Dispatch, Cordele (D&SW.)

Shambow Shuttle Co., Blue Ridge. Gazette, Tifton (DES&W.)

Shannon Refrigerators Co., Atlanta. Georgian, Atlanta (D.)

Shaw, Colin & Sons, Statesboro.

Herald, Albany (DES&W.)

Sheats Stock Tonic, Winder.

Herald, Athens (DES.)

Shields Coffee Co., Columbus-.

Herald, Augusta (D.)

Shields-Geis-e Lumber Co., Dawson. Journal, Atlanta (D&SW.)

Sikes Hay Press Co., Ocilla.

Journal-Herald, Waycross

Southern Decorating Co., Atlanta.

Ledger, Columbus (D.)

Southern Drum Co., Atlanta.

News, Brunswick (DEM.)

Southern Fruit Julep Co., Atlanta.

News, Macon (D.)

Southern Oil & Ink Co., Savannah. News, Rome (DES.)

Southern Paint & Varnish Works, At- News, Savannah (D&SW.)

lanta.

News and Sun, Griffin (DES&W.)

Southern Press Cloth Mfg. Go., Au- Observer, Moultrie (DES&SW.)

gusta.

Press, Savannah (DES.)

Southern Stock Food Co., Atlanta.

Reporter, LaGrange (DES&W.)

Southern Tire & Rubber Co., Augusta. Sentinel, Cordele (DES&W.)

Southern Upholstering Co., Atlanta. Telegraph, Macon (D.)

Spratling, J . H., Macon.

Times, Valdosta (DES&SW.)

Standard Tag Co., Augusta.

Times-Enterprise, Thomasville

Stein Bag Co., Atlanta.

(DES&SW.)

Stephe~s, J. P. Engraving Co., At- Times-Recorder, Americus (D&W.)

lanta.

.

Tribune, Dublin (DES&SW.)

Superior M'otor Truck Co., Atlanta. Tribune-Herald, Rome, (DEM&W.

Swift Specific Co., Atlanta.

(Note: D-Daily; E-Except;

raylor Umbrella Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

day; W-Weekly; TW-Tri-

'l'hompS"On, A. J., Fairburn.

ly; SW-Semi-Weekly.)

Thompson, J. W., Cataula.

Thompson, W. C., Bainbridge.

WEEKLY.

Tilson Bros., Albany.

'l;ontak, W., Atlanta.

Advance, Vidalia.

Tripou Paint Go., Atlanta.

Advertiser, Buford.

United Laboratories Co., Atlanta.

Advertiser, Clarkesville.

Uthglo Co., Atlanta.

Advertiser, Metter.

Vi-to-Na Sales Co., Atlanta.

Advertiser, Quitman.

Walker Manufacturing Co., Atlanta. Advocate, Milltown.

Webb & Vary Co., Atlanta.

Advocate-Democrat, Crawfordville.

Wilder, J . J., Cordele.

Baker County News, Newton. -

Woodcraft Co., Atlanta.

Banks County Journal, Homer.

Woodley Bros. & Co., Camilla.

Bartow Tribune-News, CartersvUJe.

Woodley Bros. & Co., Fort Gaines.

Bostonian, Boston.

Woolfolk, J. W., Fort Valley.

Bryan Enterprise, Pembroke.

Vv orld Manufacturing Co., Atlanta: Bulletin, Bowdon.

Yaryan Rosin & Turpentine Co., Bulletin, Irwinton.

Brunswick.

Bulloch Times and News, St:ll.tEIBDOru

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C lhoun County Courier, Arlington.
c:mpbell News, Fairburn. Carroll County Times, Carrollton. Carroll Free Press, Carrollton.
Catoosa Record, Ringgold. Charlton County Herald, Folkston. Chatsworth Times, Chatsworth. , Cherokee Advance, Canton.
Chronicle, Abbeville. Clinch County News, Homerville.

Herald, Newnan. Herald, Springfield. Herald-Journal, Greensboro. Home Journal, P erry. Independent, Lumpkin. Ishmaelite, Sparta. Jackson Herald, Jefferson. J efferson Reporter, Wrens. Jones County News, Gray. Journal, Cochran.

Clipper, Warrenton. Cobb County Times, Marietta.

Journal, Lithonia. Journal, Pelham.

Coffee County Progress, Douglas.

Journal, Tallapoosa.

Columbia Sentinel, Harlem.

Journal and Courier, Marietta.

Columbia News, Harlem.

Leader, Cuthbert.

Crawford County News, Roberta.

L eader-Enterprise, Fitzgerald (TW.)

Courier, Cleveland.

Leader-Tribune, Fort Valley.

Courier, Doerun.

Lee County Journal, Leesburg.

Dade County Times, Trenton.

Liberal-Enterprise, Cuthbert.

Dawson County Advertiser, Dawson Liberty County Herald, Hinesville.

ville.

Lincoln Journal, Lincolnton.

DeKalb New Era, Decatur.

Macon County Citizen, Oglethorpe.

Dispatch and News, Hawkinsville. Madisonian, Madison.

Douglas Co unty Sentinel, Douglas Marion County Patriot, Buena Vista.

ville.

McDuffie Progress, Thomson.

Democrat, Bainbridge.

Mercury, Manchseter.

Eagle, Gainesville.

Meriwether Vindicator, Greenville.

Eagle, Sparks.

Messenger, Cairo,

Eagle, Statesboro.

Messenger, Eatonton.

Early County News, Blakely.

Miller County Liberal, Colquitt.

Echo, Dahlonega.

Monitor, Danielsville.

Enterprise, Camilla.

' Monitor, Mount Vernon.

Enterprise, Claxton.

Monroe Advertiser, Forsyth.

Enterprise, Cornelia.

New Era, Dallas.

Enterprise, Douglas.

New Era, Rochelle.

Enterprise, Hazlehurst.

New Era, Talbotton.

Enterprise, Maysville.

News, Adel.

Enterprise-Gazette, Senoia.

News, Chipley.

Forest Blade, Swainsboro. Forsyth County }Tews, Cnaauin~.

News, Comer. News, Commerce.

Four-County :L>ost, Acworth.

News, Covington.

Free Press, Alpharetta.

News, Dawson.

Free Press, Quitman.

News, Donalsonville.

Gateway, Br'3mcn. Georgian, Montezuma.

News, Edison. News, Fayetteville.

Grady County Progress, Cain>. Graphic, LaGrange.

News, Gainesville. News, Hazlehurst.

Gwinnett Journal, L awrenceville (SW.)
Hawkeye, Savannah.

News, Hoga:nsville. News, Jonesboro. News, Milledgeville.

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Headlight, Wrightsville.

News, Millen.

Hearst 's Sunday American, Atlabta. News, Millwood.

HHenry County Weekly, McDonough. erald, Butler.
Herald, Byromville.
Herald, Carnesville.
Herald, Fitzgerald (SW.) Herald, Gainesville. Herald, Meigs.
Herald, Nashville.

News, Monticello. News, Richland. News, Rockmart. News, Soperton. News, Summerville. News, Vienna. News, West Point. News, Winder.

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News, Young Harris. News-Banner, Baxley. News and Banner, Franklin. News and Farmer, Louisville. News-Gazette, Barnesville. News-Herald, Lawrenceville (SW.) N ew!l-Reporter, Washington. Northeast Georgian, Blairsville. North Georgia Citizen, Dalton. No1th Georgian, Cumming. Nugget, Dahlonega. North Georgia News, Blairsville. Observer, Commerce. Oconee Enterprise, Watkinsville. Oglethorpe Echo, Lexington. Pickens County Progress, Jasper. Pike County Times-Journal, Zebulon. Post Search-Light, Bainbridge. Press, Thomasville. Progress, Adairsville. Progress, Lyons. Progress, Sandersville. Progress-Argus, Jacksonr Record, Gibson. Record, Royston. Record, Toccoa. Schley County News, Ellaville. Sentinel, Jesup. Sentinel, Tallapoosa. Sentinel, Villa Rica. Shuttle, LaGrange. S:O.utheast Georgian, St. Mary's. Southwest Georgian, Fort Gaines. Standard, Cedartown. Star, Elberton (SW.) Star, Ocilla. Summit Post, Blue Ridge. Sun, Colquitt. Sun, Hartwell. Tattnall Journal, Reidsville. Telephone, Sylvania.. Telfair Enterprise, McRae. Times, Alma. Times, Blackshear. Time~, Calhoun. Times, Conyers. Times, Elberton. Times, Thomaston. Times, Willacoochee. Times, Winder. Times and Gauge, Lavonia. Times-Courier, Ellijay. Times-Enterprise, Thomasville (SW.) Times-Journal, Eastman. Tribune, Buchanan. Tribune, Olayton. Tribune, Pearson.
Tribune, Sparta.
True Citizen, Waynesboro.

Twiggs County Citizen, Jef1~erJ~OIIt..O ville.
Union Recorder, Milledgeviiie. Walker County Messenger,
ette. Walton News, Monroe. Walton Tribune, Monroe. Wheeler County Eagle, Alamo. Wiregrass Farmer, Ashburn. Worth County Local, Sylvester. (Note: SW-Semi-Weekly; TW
Weekly.)
SEMI-MONTHLY.
Universalist Herald, Cannon.
MONTHLY.
Comforter, Milner.
AGRICULTURAL. SEMI-MONTHLY.
Home and Farmstead, Athens. Southern Cultivator & Dixie "annHr
Atlanta. Southern Ruralist, Atlanta.
MONTHLY.
Georgia Farmer &, Stockman,
HORTICULTURAL. MONTHLY.
Nut Growers, Waycross. POULTRY & LIVE STOCK. MONTHLY.
Southeast Live Stock, Columbus.
TRADE. WEEKLY.
Cotton Record, Savannah. Industrial Index, Columbus. Naval Stores Review, Savannah.
MONTHLY. Atlanta Retail Grocer, Atlanta. City Builder, Atlanta. Commercial Fertilizer, Atlanta. Concrete Age, Atlanta. Cotton, Atlanta. ' Cotton Seed Oil Magazine, Dixie Miller, Atlanta. Dixie Woodworker, Atlanta. Drug Store & Cigar News, Atlanta. Hardwa.re & Housefurnishing
Atlanta. Laundryman's Guide, Atlanta.
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New South Baker, Atlanta. Oil Miller, Atlanta. I~cfrige ration, Atlanta. Soda Dispens er, Atlanta. Southeastem Dry Goods Men~hant,
Atlanta. Southeastem Grocer, Atlanta. Southern Architect & Building News,
Atlanta. Southern Banker, Atlanta. Southern Carbonator & Bottler, At-
lanta. Southern Engineer, Atlanta. Southern Hardware & Implement
Joumal, Atlanta. Sweets, Atlanta.
I
TRADES' UNION WEEKLY.
Federated News, Augusta. Joumal of Labor, Atlanta. Labor Review, Augusta.
INSURANCE. WEEKLY.
Southern Underwriter, Atlanta.
EDUCATIO AL. MONTHLY.
Sc.hool and Home, Atlanta.
HISTORICAL. QUARTERLY.
Gc010'ia Historical Quarterly, Savannah.
MEDICAL. MONTHLY.
Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, Atlanta.
RELIGIOUS. WEEKLY.
Ch ristian Index, Atlanta. Wesleyan Christian Advocate, At-
lanta.

MONTHLY.
Bapti;t Forum, Atlanta. Georgia Bulletin, Culumbus (WCTU). Golden Age, Atlanta. Pilgrim's Banner, Columbus. Wcstminister Magazine, Atlanta.
MISCELLANEOUS. DAILY.
Fulton County Report, Atlanta.
BI-MONTHLY.
Music Teacher and Home Magazine, Dalton.
Southern & Southe-astern Railway Club, Atlanta.
MONTHLY.
Dixie Beekeeper, Waycross. Dixie Borderland Highway Maga-
zine, Columbus. Georgia Odd Fellow, Ganiesville. Hotel and T1avel, Atlanta. Masonic Herald, -Rome. Railroad Herald, Atlanta. Southern Funeral Directory, Atlanta. Southern T elephone ews, Atlanta. Watts' Official Railway Guide of
the South, Atlanta.
COLORED. WEEKLY.
Ad vocate, Brunswick. Ente1prise, Rome. Geo rgia Baptist, Augusta. Independent, Atlanta.
Phelanx, Atlanta. Post, Atlanta. Southern Standard, Macon. Supreme Circle News & Vox Populi,
Albany. Tribune, Savannah.
SEMI-MO JTHLY.
Progressive Era, Athens. Truth, Atlanta.
MONTHLY.
Baptist Standard, Macon. Ebenezer Bugle, Greensboro.

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NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Ending December
H. M. STANLEY, Commissioner ]. T. DERRY, Assistant Commissioner WM. A. BOY, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector
1921 INDEX PRINTING CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR THE
Fiscal" Year Ending December 31, 1920
H. M. STANLEY, Commissioner j. T. DERRY, Assistant Commissioner WM. A. BOY, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector
1921 INDEX PRINTING CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

Report
, Atlanta, Ga., January 1, 1921
To His ExcELLENCY,
l-IoN. HuGH M. DoRSEY, Gov ernor.
Sm : -
In accordance with law, I have the honor and pleasure of respectfully submitting to you my .ninth annual report of the Department of Commerce and Labor for the term ending December 31, 1920.
The first part of 1920 was a profitable one to both employers and employees. For the first half of the year the wages paid were much better than at any previous time in the history of the .State. All of the industrial plants ran on full time. There was a constant demand for employees. During the latter part of the year condition s were reversed, manufacturing plants either shut down altogether or ran part time only. In a very few instances were employees given full time work. There soon became an abundance of labor and in many instances it was exceedingly difficult for employees to secure full paying positions. This condit~on was not at all confined to Georgia, but prevailed all over the country. In fact, there is reason to believe that conditions in this State were not as bad as those prevailing elsewhere. It is to be hoped that early in 1921 better conditions will prevail than in the latter part of 1920.
The General Assembly in 1920 passed two very important measures affecting the Commissioner of Commerce and Labor. One was to make the Commissioner a member of the Georgia Securities Commission, and the other Was to make the Commissioner Chairman of the Industrial Commission, administering the Georgia W arkmen 's Compensation Act. Neither of these laws carries
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any appropriation for their maintenance as they are supported by fees.
The Workmen's Compensation Act is an especially progressive measure. It is to be operated by a Commission, of which, as has been mentioned, the Commissioner of Coiillnerce and Labor is Chairman; the Attorney General is an ex-officio member; and in your wisdom you saw fit to appoint Hon. S. J. Slate a member of the
Commission to represent employers, .and Hon. Vv. P.
Raoul to represent employees. The Commissioners went into office on Octob~r 1st, but the administration of the Act will not go into effect until March 1, 1921. It is believed that this law will furnish a quick and easy method of providing compensation for those injured in industry and, in its operation, will prevent a great deal of friction between employer and employee, which always develops when there are suits for damages under the common law, and under this Act very many employees will receive compensation for injuries received who could not under the existing common law be granted damages. In some instances, perhaps ,the rate under compensation will be less than the courts would grant under common law; but in the great aggregate the compensation to be received under this Act will be very much greater than the aggregate verdicts in damage suits. At least, this has been the experience in other states, and there is no reason to believe that Georgia will prove to be an exception to the rule.
Owing to the lack of funds the work of the free employment offices of the State for the past year has been rather negligible.. In Atlanta the total placements. were 1,017 males, 169 females, total 1,186; In Augusta, 1,09i males, 32 females, total 1,125; Columbus, 81 males 12 females, total 93; in Macon the total placements were 562. . In all of the cities named, except Columbus, the operation was for the entire year. In Columbus the operation was for just a few months in 1920. In Savannah there was no service during 1920, but I am glad to state that early
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in 1921 the city will begin the operation of a municipal employment service. All of these offices are operated in co-operation with the Department of Commerce and Labor and make reports weekly.
During 1920 there were 15 private employment agencies operated in the State under the supervision of this Department. Five of these specialize in the placement of teachers, seven handle all classes of help, and three deal strictly with negro labor only. Through the teachers agencies 343 positions were secured for teachers, and all other classes of help reported placed amounted to 3,031, making a total of 3,374. The free agencies made no possible charge to anybody for positions. The private employment agencies collect a fee ranging from $3.00 to 20 per cent of the first month's salary, exclusive of a r egistration fee of from $2.00 to $5.00. Every peron is charged a registration fee whether a position is secured or not. There should be a law requiring this registration fee to be returned. in case a position is not found. A private employment agency after procuring a license might under the claim of being able to immediately secure lucrative positions, be able to obtain many registrations and then inake no effort whatever to furnish positions to those applying. Under such circumstances it may be difficult to secure a prosecution although it may be suspicioned that such a concern is not a legitimate one. There is every reason to believe that there will be considerable unemployment during the comin()' yea r and every effort should be made to foster the fr ee employment agencies so that those desiring position s can secure them without cost.
It ha always been the policy of the Commissioner to administer th e D ~partment of Commerce and Labor as economically a possible. Realizing months ago that the fin ances of the State were not in a satisfactory condition and that it was the duty of all of the officials to aid in conserving the State's finances, there was permitted to lapse into the State Treasury money appropriated by
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the General Assembly for the use Qf the Department of Commerce and Labor in the sum of $7,999. In permitting this to be done no especial credit is deserved by the Commissioner, he simply feeling that in justice to the State he ~ould co-operate with you in every possible way in assistmg Georgia to meet her obligations and to that end refrained from spending unnecessarily money appropriated for the use of the Department.

While there may have been infractions of laws design-

ed for the protection of laborers, I believe that the labor

laws of Georgia are as well enforced as those of any State

in the Union and certainly very much better than many

other laws on the statute book.



In conclusion, please permit me to take this occasion to express to you my warmest appreciation for the great consideration and many acts of courtesy and kindness always shown me by your Excellency and by the officials of the Executive Department. You have always been most cordial andhave assisted me very many times with your advice and counsel.

Respectfully sumbitted,

H. M. STANLEY, Commissioner.

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Georgia as a Manufacturing State
'
Georgia has always been classed among the Agricultural States of the Union and cotton has long been our chief money crop, its value being often nearly two-thirds of the value of all crops grown in Georgia. For more than twenty years Georgia has stood in the front rank of the great Agricultural States of the Union;. sometimes being fifth and sometimes fourth in the value of its total agricultural and horticultural products. But since the thirties of the last century Georgia has been _steadily advancing her rank in manufacture. Her growth in this line of industry has been especially rapid since the beginning of the present century. The figures for comparison between Georgia and some of the states that have from the early years of the last century been recognized as manufacturing states are available from 1899 to 1914, a period of fifteen years. During that time the capital invested in Georgia manufactures increased from $79,303,316 to. $258,325,811, an increase of a little more than 225.7 per cent and the value of manufactured products grew from $94,532,368 to $253,270,511, an increase of above 167..9 per cent. Georgia's rank of increase in manufactures for each of the five-year periods from 1899 to 1914 was as: follows: from 1899 to 1904, capital 70.5 per cent, value of products 59.8 per cent; from 1904 to 1909, capital 50 pe11 cent, value of products, 34.3 per cent; from 1909 to 1914:,. capital 27.4 per cent, value of products 24.8 per cent.. Now for purposes of comparison with Georgia the follow'ing great manufacturing states have been selected: Mic- chigan, Indiana, Ohio, New Jersey, lllinois; Wisconsin,. New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticutt, Massachusetts: and Rhode Island.
Take notice that Georgia, although sometimes referred' to by speakers from other sections of the Union as a purely agricultural State, should be ranked also among the manufacturing States, having already outstripped. some
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that had the start in that line of industries and pressing close after others with the confident expectation of some day passing them in the race. The following summary makes clear Georgia's growth in manufactures as compared with some of the other states. The rate of increase in capital invested from 1899 to 1914 stands thus : Georgia, 225.7 per cent; Michigan, 255.8 per cent; Indiana, 204.9 per cent; Ohio, 193 per cent; New Jersey, 183.3 per cent; illinois, 165.2 per cent; Wisconsin, 163.6 per cent; New York, 118.7 per cent; Pennsylvania, 111.6 per cent; Connecticutt, 107 per cent.; Massachusetts, 96.8 per cent; Rhode Island, 74.4 per cent. During the same period the increase in value of products showed the following rates per cent: Georgia, 167.9; Michigan, 239.7; Indiana, 116.8; Ohio, 138; New Jersey, 154.3; Illinois, 100.4; Wisconsin, 112.7 ; New York, 103; Pennsylvania, 132.2; Connecticutt, 73.1; Massachusetts, 80.9; Rhode Island, 68.8. During the five-year period from 1899 to 1904, Georgia's percentage of increase for capital was 70.5, and for value of products, 59.8. During the same period, the other states used for comparison showed the following percentage of increase in capital invested and value of manufactured products : Michigan, capital 36.8, products 34.2; Indiana, capital 42.3, products 16.9; Ohio, capital 50.1, products 28.3; New Jersey, capital 49.8, products 40; Illinois, capital 33.2, products 25.8; Wisconsin, capital 44.3, products, 25.8; New York, capital 33.3, products 32.!1; Pennsylvania, capital 37.7, products 18.5; Connecticutt, capital 24.8, products 17.1; Massachusetts, capital 23.5, products 23.8; Rhode Island, capital 22, products 22.1. From 1904 to 1909 Georgia'S" percentage of.increase for capital was 50, and for value of products 34.3; while the other states showed increases as follows: Michigan, capital 72.8, products 36.3 per cent; Indiana, capital 95, products 46.9; Ohio, capital 51.7, products 49.6; New Jersey, capital 36.5, products 47.9; illinois, capital .58.6, products 36; Wisconsin, capital 46.5, products 43.5; New York, capital 36.8, products 35.4; Pennsylvania, capital 37.7, products 34.3; Connecti-
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.cutt ,capital 38.6, products 32; Massachusetts, capital :32.5, products 32.6; Rhode Island, capital 34.7, products .38.7. Between 1909 and 1914 the figures stood thus : P ercentage of increase in capital-Georgia, 27.4; Michigan, 47.1; Indiana, 31.4; Ohio, 28.9; New Jersey, 34.3; Illinois, 25.5; Wisconsin, 24.5; New York, 19.9; P ennsylvania, 14.5 ; Connecticutt, 20; Massachusetts, 21; Rhode I sland, 6. For this same five-year period the percentage of increase in value of products was: Georgia, 24.8; Michigan, 58.1; Indiana,26.2; Ohio, ~3 . 9; New Jersey, 22.8 ; Illinois, 17.1; Wisconsin, 17.7; New York, 13.2; Pennsylvania, 7.7; Connecticutt, 11.2; Massachusetts, 10.1; Rhode Island, a decrease of one-fifth of one per .cent.

From the above figures we see that Georgia is running .a close race with several of the great manufacturing states of the North and West. If Georgia has no disastrous backsets she has a good chance of passing in a few years two of the great manufacturing states in the list from New England and of making substantial gains on several others. In the value of all manufactured products Georgia ranked twenty-second in 1914, a gain of two in rank since 1909. At the same time Georgia ranked si..'{teenth in the average number of wage earner s employed in manufacturing industries, a gain of one in rank between 1909 and 1914. Georgia ranks fir st in the manufacture of commercial fertilizers; second in the manufacture of cotton seed oil and cake; fifth in cotton textiles; eighth in capital invested in a list of f ood preparations selected for comparison by the United States Census Bureau in 1914, and fo'urth in the value of products of those same manufactories; ninth in capital invested in the manuracture of artificial ice, of which the value of products is difficult to estimate in Georgia, because many coal corporations are engaged in its manufacture and sale and give no separate accounts of their sales of ice and coal. Georgia had capital invested in all manufactures in 1919 to the amount of $345,000,000 and manufactured products to the value of $415,000,000 (in round numbers) .

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Georgia has been diversitying her indu~tries for morethan a cent~ry, was among the first states of the Union to manufacture cotton and was prompt to take up othermanufactures as the demand for them increased with growing population.
The first part of 1920 was a prosperous era for themanufactories of the State and wages were higher than ever before in the history of Georgia. A depression resulted in the latter part of the year; but the results. for 1920 show :figures in excess of those for the previousyear. Textile mills perhaps felt the depression morethan any other class of industry. During the latter part of the year all textile mills ran on short time.
The Georgia Textile Mills are listed as follews : Cotton and silk, 150; Woolen Mills, 3; Mills that spin and knit, 7; Mill~ that knit, 24; total 184. The capital of these mills was distributed as follows: Cotton and silk, $95,211,386.56; woolen mills, $1,765, 562.81; mills that-spin and knit, $3,662,789.17; mills that knit, $2,138,499.61; total $102,77$,238.15. Money invested in buildings and land and equipment is distributed as follows: Cotton and silk mills, $67,337,582.86; woolen mills, $792,936.49; mills that spin and knit, $2,014,204.71; .mills that knit, $1,675,431.02; total $71,820,155.08. The raw material used in these mills consists of 356,363,832 pounds of cotton, 23,171,224 pounds of yarn, shoddy and waste, and 263,786 pounds of wool. The cost of all this raw material was $134,589,558.20. The manufactured products or the textile mills of Georgia are cloths of many kinds, such as sheeting, duck, drills, denims, khaki and other fabrics, including woolen goods, also toweling, ticking, lap robes, bed spreads, twine, sash cord, thread, hose and knit underwear. The total value of all ,these products was $238,519,782.27. The machinery used in the production of all the above named articles consisted of 2,551,171 active producing spindles, 322,977 twister spindles, 50,535 active looms, 8,301 cards, 50 sets of cards, 598 sewingmachin~s, 4~747 knitting machines, 547 looping machines .
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and 915 ribbing machines. Of the textile mills, 74 bleach,
dye and finish. The powers used a.re steam, water and electricity. Many of them use more than one kind of power. In addition to t,he cost of raw material which was $134,589,558.20, the mills paid $3,775,526.48 in salaries to officers and clerks, $32,651,267.06 to wage earners and $5,186,186.41 for repairs and new machinery, a total of $41,612,979.95. They gave employment to 39,559 persons of whom 37,988 were over 16 years of age.
Industries allied to Textile Mill's include clothing such as pants, overalls, shirts, hats and garments for women and children; also awnings, tents, mattresses. There are 96 establishments in Georgia that come under this class. The capital invested in 1920 was $3,314,755.48. This industry used 1,799 sewing machines. The amount spent on repairs and new machinery was $140,980.71. The material used was largely produced by the textile mills and the cost was estimated at $6,012,907.44. The pay of all employees was $2,157,168.58. The value of all the manufactur ed products was $9,955,700.19. The textile mills and their allied industries are regarded as among the most important of .Georgia industries. They employ a very large proportion of the wage earners of the State.
While Compresses are not manufactories, they are great public utilities and are now regarded as prime necessities by all the transportation lines, such as railroads and steamships. They are almost indispensible to the shippers, the merchants and manufacturers. Their capital in 1920 was $4,950,032.00. The employees numbered 202 whites and 884 negroes being a total of 1,086. The money paid to officials amounted to $208,812.85 and the wages of all employees were $502,784.55. Repairs and new machinery cost $39,550.00. The highest daily capacity of presses was 2,000.
The active Cotton Oil Mills of Georgia in 1920 numbered 157. In this industry Georgia's rank is second. The capital invested in 1920 was $25,000,000.00. The tons of cotton seed purchased were 736,000, and the cot-
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ion seed crushed amounted to 716,513 tons. The cost '0f the cotton seed crushed by the mills was $36,577,988.65, and the wages paid to employees vvas $3,000,000.00, the amount spent for repairs and new machinery was $1,592,ooO.OO. The manufactured products of the cotton oil mills were : Gallons of crude oil, 31,516,000 valued at $43,351,000.00, and 320,000 tons of cake and cotton seed meal, valued at $21,165,000.00; 206,000 tons of hulls, valued at $2,388,000.00; 105,403 bales of linters (each :f)OO lbs. net), valued at $2,246,000.00. The number of employees was 1,404 whites, and 2,808 negroes, the total "being 4,212.
Georgia ranks first among all the states in the number :and value of products of Fertilizer factories and mixing plants, the statistcis of which for 1920 are as follows: Number operating 182; capital $50,960,094.32; cost of Tepairs and new machinery, $2,157.655.98. The raw materials used in . manufacturing were sulphates, phosphates, pyrites, ground limestone, phosphate rock and cotton seed meal. The exact proportions of each were not given. Their cost was $27,334,916.48. rrhe average number of employees was 5,000. The total pay of all employees was $2,820,424.58. Of manufactured products -there were 1,033,550 tons and their value was $34,144, .226.00.
Brick, Tile, Sewer Piping, Cement and Clay products in Georgia are increasing in importance every year and by reason of the rapid growth of .our cities and towns will continue to be more and more in demand. The Tecord of this line of industries for the year ending December 31, 1920 is as follows : Number operating, 109; capital, $8,975,626,73; amount paid for machinery :and repairs, $458,145.70; chief raw materials, clay, stone, sand, shale, cement; value of raw material $3,996,263.63; amount paid to officers and clerks, $422,704.55; average number of employees, 4,475; amount paid to wage earn-ers, $2,695,924.28; value of all manufactured products, $8,520,596.13.
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The reports for the year ending December 31st, 1920' show the following data for the Foundry, Machine and' general repair shops, including railroad shops, in Georgia: Number, 197; capital, $17,716,309.50; amount paid; for repairs and new machinery, $1,282,746.95; raw material used, 900,000 tons; value of raw material, $10,155,473.72; number of employees, whites, 8,078, negroes,. 2,592, total, 10,670; amount paid to officers and clerks,. $1,862,599.44; amount paid to wage ~arners, $15,215,234.-69; value of manufactured products, $33;480,955.56.
Marble and Granite quarries and Marble yards. Number 113; capital, $17,023,066.33; amount paid for repairsand new machinery, $74,204.20; value of raw material,. $3,082,948.15; number of employees, whites, 2,929, ne-groes 812 tqtal 3,741; amount paid to officers and clerks,. $615,096.30; amount paid to wage earners, $1,787,614.72;value of manufactured products, $8,120,000.00.
Bottlers and manufacturers of soft drinks-Number,. 222; capital, $34,076,306.86; amount spent on repairs and' new machinery, $879,686.23 ;cost of raw material, $13,230,549.84; number of employees, whites, i,044, negroes,. 590, total1,634; amount paid to officers and clerks, $450,021.11; amount paid to wage earners, $808,103.13; value of manufactured products, $17,047,577.77.
Buggies, Carriages, wagohs, Carts and materials-
Number of plants, 55; capital, $3,177,749.93; money paid' for repairs and new machinery, $28,737.85; cost of raw material, $1,652,306.13; number of employees, white,, 1,147, negroes, 378; total, 1,525; amount paid to officers and clerks, $227,154.50; amount paid to wage earners,. $1,007,175.35; value of manufactured products, $2,878,406.21.
Electric Power and Light plants-Number, 155; capital and equipment estimated in round numbers $100,000,000. Amount paid for new machinery and repairs,. $955,937.41; numberof employees, whites, 4,908, negroes,. 5,547; total, 10,455; amount paid to officers and clerks,..
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$497,051.28; amount paid to wage earners, $7,161,372.07; total number of places served by electric cars, including cities, towns, villages, stations, rural retreats and places of resort, 100; cities, towns and villages lighted by electricity number several hundred.
Gas plants-Number, 18; capital, . $12,545,084.04; money paid for repairs and new machinery, $106,088.97; cost of ~aterial, $1,234,754.64; number of employees, 960,; amount paid to officers and clerks, $250,000.00; amount paid to wage earners, .$750,000.00; value of products, $3,473,376.47.
Ice factories-Number, 94; capital, $10,496,677.75; money invested in repairs and new machinery, $1,073,368.72; cost of materials, $1,848,834.41; number of employees, white 620, negroes, 1,088, total, 1,708; amount paid to officers and clerks, $362,192.26; amount paid to wage earners, $1,629,762.76; value of products, $5,398,246.04.
Bakeries, Confectioneries, Candies and Ice CreamNumber of plants, 203; capital, $6,717,135.80; money invested in new machinery and repairs, $223,504.37; cost -of materials, $6,650,130.57; number of wage earners, whites 1,447, negroes 236, total, 1,683; amount paid officers and clerks, $517,360.98; amount paid wage earners, $1,341,605.40; value of products, $12,454,837.57.
Barrels, Boxes, Staves, Crates-Number of plants, 91; . eapital, $4,005,192.63; money spent for repairs and new machinery, $156,332.30; cost of materials, $3,615,281.45; number of wage earners, whites 956, negroes 1,406, total, 2,362; amount paid to officers and clerks, $322,245.81; .amount paid to wage earners, $1,836,392.89 ; value of products, $7,066,946.74.
Brooms-Number of plants, 26; capital, $250,000.00; money spent on repairs and new machinery, $11,775.00; eost of material, $201,207.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $26,744.00; amount paid to wage earners, $107,045.00; value of products, $785,956.00; number of wage earners, whites, 55, negroes, 90, total, 145.
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Canning establishments-Number, 51; capital, $683,:500.00; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $237,504.47; cost of material, $505,619.97; amount paid to officers and clerks, $67,150.00; amount paid to wage -earners, $601,871.76; value of products, $1,648,113.37; number of wage earners, whites, 1,500, negroes, 500; total 2,000.
Cigars-Number of plants, 57; capital, $250,000.00; money spent on r epairs and new machinery, $2,000.00; cost of material, $450,000.00; amount paid officers ,and -clerks, $75,000.00; amount paid to wage -earners, $280,000.00; value of products, $950,000.00; number of wage earners, white, 390, negroes 180, total, 570.
Flour and Grist mills, and other mills producing food stuffs-Number of plants, 222 ; capital, $6,638.442.91; .amount invested in repairs and new machinery, $315,279.50; cost of material, $15,780,410.42; amount paid to officers and clerks, $485,940.23; amount paid to wage -earners, $1,065,924.30; value of products, $21,787,160.77; number of wage earners, whites 1,200 negroes 700, total '1,900.
Furniture, including sash, doors and blinds and finished woodwork-Number of plants, 168; capital, $6,-559,068.36; money paid for repairs and new machinery, -$163,435.38; cost of materials, $6,058,330.64; amount paid to officers and clerks, $513,909.13; amount paid to wage earners, $2,158,619.82; value of products, $10,252,194.98. Number of wage earners, whites 2,056 negroes 1,220 ; total 3,276.
Laundries-Number, 69; capital, $1,220,137.68; money paid for repairs and new machinery, $85,642.32; cost of materials, $677,960.00; money paid to officers and clerks, :$175,000.00; money paid to wage earners, $600,000.00; value of work turned out, $3,272,834.86; number of em__ployees, whites 300, negroes 780; total 1,080. .
Leather goods, Tanneries, Saddlery and HarnessNumber of plants, 34; capital , $3,471,q82.82; amount
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spent on repairs and new machinery, $73,361.41; cost oi material, $4,024,790.53; amount paid to officers and clerks, $260,571.19; amount paid to wage earners, $854,894.91 ; value of .manufactured products, $6,423,412.65 ;number of employees, whites 900, negroes 600, total 1,500.
Miscellaneous manufactories with not enough of a kind' to form a separate class-Number, 180, capital, $32,403,, 075.96; amount spent on repairs and new machinery,.. $116,391.36; cost of materials useP., $5,603,133.86; amount paid to officers and clerks, $563,250.89; amount paid .to wage earners, $1,596,094.43 ; value of products, $8,022,206.50; number of employees, whites 1,408, negroes 716,. total 3,124.
Mineral Resources of Georgia
Inasmuch as the mineral resources of the State are daily used in mechanical construction and are so allied to industry, a report is here given of the mineral resources of Georgia. For the most part this information is obtained from Dr. S. W. McCallie, State Geologist of Georgia. The mineral resources of this State are varied' and very extensive, thirty-four different kinds being
found in eommercial quantities. These have been iu-
rano-ed; not according to their quantity and value, but in: alphabetical order for convenience of reference.
Asbestos is a fibrous mineral often resembling petrified wood. The deposits of asbestos are chiefly found' in the Piedmont Plateau and are 'extensively mined in; Habersham and white counties, the latter county being the chief producer. The finer quantities are spun and woven into fire-proof cloth. ' Being a non-conductor of heat and electricity, it is used for electrical insulation, steam pipe and boiler coverings, in the manufacture of fire-proof paint and such building materials as lumber, shingles and plaster.
Baryte, often called heavy spar is much used in thesmelting of lead, zinc, copper and the like and occurs as
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distinct veins in limestone, sandstones and residual clays. This mineral is also used as a substitute for white lead, and in the manufacture of .paper, rubber, oilcloth, paper collars, barium salts, also for refining sugar, glazing pottery and for enameling iron. The Georgia barytes deposits so far worked in a commercial way are located near Emerson, Bartow county and Eton, Murray county. Georgia produced in 1917 two _thirds of the barytes mined in the United States, all of which came from the Cartersville district.
Bauxite, a hydroxide of alumina, occcurs in the form of large pockets and as beds and is mined in the same manner as clay. The Georgia bauxites are largely used in the manufacture of alum and the metal aluminum. It" is also employed in .making firebrick and aluminum, which is an artificial abrasive. The first bauxite discov- ered in America was near Hermitage, Floyd county in 1887. Deposits were later found in Polk, Bartow, Gordon, Chattooga and Walker counties and between 1907 and 1915 in the vicinity of Mcintyre, Wilkinson county,. near Andersonville, Sumter county and near Warm Springs, Meriwether county. Since 1888 a high percen- . tage of the bauxite mined in the United States has been obtained from Arkansas, Georgia and Alabama.
Cements. Both natural and Portland cements aremade in Georgia and are largely used for structural purposes, the natural cement plants being at Cement, Bartow county and at Rossville, Walker county. ExtensivePortland c~ment plants are operated at Rockmart in Polk county, the raw materials for its manufacture, such as limestone and shales, being abundant and very generally distributed throughout Northwest Georgia.
Chlorite is a magnesian aluminum silicate, composed of greenish or gray mica-like shale. Because it has a soapy feeling, it is often taken for talc or soapstone. . It occurs in commercial quantities about five miles west of ~anton in Cherokee county and is used for foundry f~cmgs, coating for tarred roof paper and in the manu-
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facture of electrical insulators as well as for lubricating purposes.
Chromite so far as known at present is found in only two counties, Towns and Troup, in commercial quantities. The Towns deposit is two miles due west of Hiwassee while the deposit in Troup county is near Louise. Chr.omite is used in the manufacture of hard chrome steel and chrome brick, which stand intense heat. It is also used in calico printing and electric batteries and as a source of electric compqunds such as potassium bi-chromide.
The Clays of Georgia constitute one of our inexhaustible mineral resources. In the Southern part of the State occur the Cretaceous and Tertiary sedimentary clays, the thickness of whose beds and the puhty of the clays themselves are probably nowhere else duplicated in th~ United States. These clays which ' are extensively mined are largely used for the manufacture of high grade china, for paper fillers, fire brick, terra cotta, etc. Hardly less important are the alluvieal and residual clays of the Piedmont Plateau and Northwest Georgia, which are extensively used in the manufacture of common building brick.
Coal measures of Georgia are confined to Sand, Lookout and Pigeon mountains in Dade, Walker and Chattooga counties. The total coal area of the State is 170 square miles, which area is estimated to have had originally 933,000,000 short tons of coal. About 12,000,000 tons have been mined up to 1919, leaving still a total of 921,000,000 tons, enough to last at the present rate of eonsumption for more than 200 years.
Copper____:_The most extensive deposits of this metal in Georgia are found in Fannin, Cherokee and Haralson cmmties. Copper has also been found in Lincoln, Lumpkin and Fulton counties.
Corundum is an a~uminum oxide and is next to the diamond in hardness. There are three varieties of this mineral. The purer kinds, transparent or translacent, are known as sapphires and rubies. All varieties of
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corundum have been found in Georgia except emery. From 1880 until 1892 Georgia was one of the chief corundum producing States of the Union. In recent years the mines have be~n idle, due to the low price of corundum.
Feldspars in Georgia, that have so far been put on the /market, have potash for their chief ingredient and have been chiefly u~ed in the manufacture of fertilizers. It is also used in the raw mix of china porcelain, whitewash glazes and enamels. A limited amount has been mined in White and Rabun counties, but chiefly near Hiram in Paulding county.
Fluospar, which is chiefly used as a flux in smelting ore, has a variety of colors, the most collllllon being purple and green. It has been found in the vicinity of Ranger in Gordon coun~y. At Graysville in Chattooga county this mineral is found in the form of cubic crystals wth a violet color, associated with limestone.
Fuller's Earth___..:._Georgia stands second in the United States to Florida alone in the production of Fuller's Earth, the chief mine being in Twiggs county.
Gold has been mined in Georgia for more than three quarters of a century. As early as 1838 the output of the mines in Georgia became so important that the U. S. Government established a mint. at Dahlonega. Until the di scovery of gold in California the Georgia mines fur~ nished the greater part of the gold supply in the United States. Georgia's gold deposits belong to the Appalachian gold fields, an auriferous belt extending from Nova Scotia to Alabama. Gold in Georgia occurs in a number of narrow, parallel belts having a northeast-Southwest trend. The most important are the Dahlonega and Hall county belts, including some important mines that traverse Lincoln, Columbia, McDuffie and Warren counties.
The granites of Georgia including the gneisses constitute the most extensive and one of the most important building and monumental stones in the State. They occur in inexhaustible quantities and are widely distributed throughout the piedmont Plateau. One of the most
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interesting and one of the largest barren granite masses in the United States is Stone Mountain, about 17 miles from Atlanta. Some have even claimed that it is the largest single granite boulder in the world. This mountain is the center of a great granite and gneiss industry. The granites around Stone Mountain and the gneisses of Lithonia are constantly t"!Irning out great masses for building and monumental purposes anQ. the very best layers of gneiss for the paving of cities and towns. Splendid granites of which gneisses form an important part are also found in Elbert, Lexington and Meriwether quarries. Georgia stands seventh in the United States in the production of granite, being exc'eeded only by Vermont, Massachusetts, Maine, Colorado, Wisconsin and Maryland.

Graphite in both the amorphous and crystalline varieties occurs in Georgia. The amorphous variety is quite abundant in the vicinity of Emerson, Bartow county, while fine specimens of crystalline graphite have been found in Bartow, Pickens, Hall, M;adison, Douglas, Troup and Cobb counties. All this material in Georgia has been used as a filler for commercial fertilizers.

Iron ores occur in Georgia in iarge quantities. The most common are the brown ores or limonites and the fossil ores or hematites. The brown are most abundant in Polk, Bartow and Floyd counties, but workable quan~ . tities are to be found in nearly every county in the Northwestern part of the State. The red or fossil iron ores are confined to Dade, Walker, Chattooga and . Catoosa counties.

Limestones-Cambrian, Silurian and Carbo-niferous

limestones, suitable for lime, fluxing and building .mate-

rials exist in great abundance in Northwest Georgia.

The most extensive of all these is the Knox dolomite, a

magnesian limestone of great thickness. In addition to

these, extensive beds suitable for lime and agricultural

purposes occur in the Cretaceous and Tertiary forma-

tions of South Georgia.



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Manganese ores, like the brown iron ores, are confined chiefly to Bartow, Floyd and Polk counties. The largest and most productive deposits are found in the vicinity of Cartersville. The manganese ores used to be shipped to England; but in the last few years they have found a ready sale in the United States, where they have been used in the manufacture of steel and for bleaching powder.
Marbles-The marbles of Georgia were practically unknown as building and oranamental stones previous to 1884, but the output of the quarries at the present time exceeds that of any State in the Union except Vermont. In Pickens, Cherokee, Fannin and and Gilmer counties are quarried several varieties of Georgia marble from pure white to pink, grey, chocolate brown and dark green. These marbles have been employed in the construction of noted buildings in every part of the Union. The excellence of Georgia marble is evinced by the fact that with Vermont so near by, it bas been employed in the structure of the State Capitols of Rhode Island and Maine, St. Luke's Hospital and the new Stock Exchange in New York and the Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington. Georgia marble has also ,been used in the construction of the United States Government building at Boston, Massachusetts and the State Capitol of Minnesota and in the interior finish of the Georgia Capitol, the Candler building, the Piedmont hotel and the Prudential building in Atlanta and other structures. Beautiful serpentine bas been procured from Holly Springs in Cherokee county for the decoration of buildings, of which there are fine examples in Chicago, especially the Field Museums of Natural History and the Prudential building in Atlanta. At and near Tate in Pickens county are some of the richest marble quarries in the United States. Monoliths of Georgia marble suitable for huge columns -can be quarried with, ease near Graysville in Catoosa -county. No building stone in recent yeal's h'as given :Such universal satisfaction and gained such wide-spread
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use as Georgia marble both in structural use and in monumental work.
Marls are found in the Cretaceous and T~rtiary formations of South Georgia and there is probably no county in South Georgia without marl deposits of agricultural value. The green sand marls which occur in some localities have been shown to carry a considerable amount of phosphoric acid and potash, two of the most important plant foods. In all cases where the Georgia marls have bad a fair test, they have given satisfaction.
Mica is found throughout the Piedmont Plateau and bas been worked to a limited extent in Upson, Cherokee, Lumpkin, Union, Hall and Rabun counties. Some of the most promising prospects in Cherokee county are in the vicinity of Holly Springs and Toonigb and in the Hickory Flats district about ten miles Southeast of Canton. Meriwether ~nd Upson counties are now active producers of mica, which is found in a large number of other counties in the Piedmont Plateau. Mica bas a great many uses, chiefly in the electrical industry. Ground mica is 'largely used as a lubricant and in wall paper and roofing.
The Ochre deposits of Georgia are confined to a narrow belt about eight miles in length and less than two. miles in width. Ochre mining in the Cartersville district began in 1877. The most extensive workings are those of the Georgia Peruvian Ochre Company on the left bank of the Etowah River, two and a quarter miles east of Cartersville, which began operations in 1890, and three other ochre plants were later put in operation. The total maximum output of these four plants is estimated at about 1,000 tons per annum, which is more than half the yellow ochre output of the United States. The principal use of the yellow ochre is the manufacture of linoleums and oilcloths, for which the principal markets are found in England and Scotland. It is also used in the manufacture of paints.
Precious Stones, have been found in the mining for various minerals, the finds being accidental. The most
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important gem stones occuring in the State are dia-

monds, rubies, amethysts, rose quartz, rutilated quartz, smoky quartz, agate, jasper, opal beryl, garnet, rutile,

and moonstone.

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Pyrite, an iron sulphide, is chiefly used in the manufacture of sulphuric acjd. The most important deposits

are in Lumpkin, Cherokee, Paulding, Cobb, Douglas,

Haralson, Carroll, Towns and Rabun counties. The

following mines have been operating successfully: The

Chestatee Mine, six miles Northeast of Dahlonega, Lump-

kin county; The Standard Mine, near Creighton, Chero-

kee county; the Little Bob and Shirley mines near Hiram

in Paulding county; the Marietta mine ,near Marietta,

Cobb county; the Sulphur Mining and Railroad mine in

Douglas county and the \Valdrop mine, near Draketown,

Haralson county. There are other deposits that have

been worked in the past or extensively explored. These

are: Reeds Mountain, near Bremen, Haralson county;

the Southern Star mine, four miles west of Woodstock,

Cherokee county; the Swift mine, near Draketown,

Haralson county; the Swift or Blake mine at Creighton,

Cherokee county; the Canton Copper mine, Cherokee county; the Mammoth mine, near Hiram, Paulding

county. The copper ore from Mine No. 20 in Fannin

county is also a source of sulphuric acid.

Road Materials are found' in Georgia in great abun-

dance and are very evenly divided throughout the State.

It is doubtful if any State in the Union possesses a

greater variety of road-building material than Georgia.

;Nearly every variety of stone used for this purpose is found in large quantities in many sections.

' Sand and Gravel are widely distributed throughout

Georgia, and are especially abundant in the Northern part of the Coastal Plain. Enormous deposits of sand

occur near Howard on the Central of Georgia Railway in

Taylor county, at Junction City in Talbot county, on Bull Creek, three miles east of Columbus, on the Flint River

near Bainbridge and Albany, on the east bank of the Little Ogeechee River, one and one-half miles northeast of

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.Lumber City and on the east bank of the oconee River :at Dublin. These deposits of sand and gravel are found
to a greater or less extent in many other localities in
-the Coastal Plain. In the Piedmont Plateau and the Appalachian Valley sections these materials are found .along the streams.
Sandstone has been quarried to a large extent in 'Taylor's Ridge and neighboring mountains. Under this name is classed any stone which is an agglutination of grains of sand, whether calcareous, siliceous or of any .other mineral nnture. Siliceous sandstones are the most .common and vary in compactness from scarcely cemented sand to a hardness approaching t4at of quartz rock. T,he grains may be held together by an iron oxide or calcareous matter or by simple pressure. In its most compact state sandstone is largely used for building material.
Sericite, a variety of mica made up of small elongated silver-colored shreds, of more than usual purity, occurs a short distance west of.Jasper in Pickens county, where it is found in beds from a few inches to six feet or more in thicknes~ It very closely resembles talc and is often used for the same purpose. The sericite. in Pickens county is being mined by two different companies for the purpose of extracting potash for fertilizer purposes.
Serpentine is a hydrous silicate of magnesia,_usually carrying more or less impurities. The only deposit so far worked in Georgia occurs at the Verde Antique Marble Quarry in Cherokee county, about two miles -southwest of Holly Springs. It is used almost exclusively for interior finish and decorations and is especially :adapted for stairways, corridors, mantels and pedestals for statuary.
Slate is found in Bartow, Polk, 'Gordon and Murray counties. The largest area of Georgia slate extends from :about three miles south o~ Cartersville in Bartow county to about five miles south of Rockmart in Polk county. .Another belt occurs south of Cedartown in Polk county. .Another very promising slate belt is found in northern
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Bartow, passes through Gordon county and extends into Murray county. The Polk county slate is of a dark blue to a black color, has a fine texture, a smooth cleavage and few defects. The slate of northern Bartow and of Gordon and Murray counties is of a greenish color and possesses the physical and chemical qualities of a first

class roofing slate.

Soapstone is generally considered an impure form .of talc which is a white grey or greenish soft mineral

with a greasy feeling. Talc has been found at a large number of localities in northern Georgia and is at pre-

sent being produced by four companies whose mills are

located at Chatsworth in Murray county, while the mines

are on Fort and Cohutta mountains about three miles

distant. Considerable prospecting and mining has been

done one-half mile south of Mi:r;teral Bluff, Fannin

county. Talc has also been mined to a limited extent

near Ball Ground and Holly Springs in Cherokee county.

'Talc is principally used for pencils, gas tips, paper

filler, lubricants, fire proof paints and toilet powders.

:Soapstone is yet more widely distributed.

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Tripoli is largely used in the manufacture of scouring soaps and polishing powders. It occurs in Murray,

Whitfield, Chattooga and other counties of northwest Georgia, one of the best known deposits being in Murray county on the 'rilton property near Spring Place. It

has also been extensively worked at Dalton and Lyerly. Mineral Springs of greater or less importance are
widely distributed throughout Georgia, being especially abundant in the mountainous Piedmont sections, where many of them are favorite summer resorts.
Artesian wells are practically confined to the Coastal Plain, which has by their use become one of the healthiest sections of the State. A considerable number of deep ilowing wells is found also in the Crystalline and Paleoz?ie areas, which cannot however be always relied upon,

smce they are often affected by long drouths. ' Water Powers-The streams of Georgia are capable

of furnishing even at low water, 500,000 horse powers,

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only a small part of which has yet be~n developed. Reckoning a horse power at $20.00 per annum, the money value of the 500,000 horse powers amounts to $10,000,000.00, or nearly twice the State's annual income from taxes and all other sources. By the use of storage dams or auxiliary steam power during the dry season, Georgia could have 1,000,000 horse power s even at a low estimate.
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Georgia School of Technology
One of Georgia's greatest assets, which from a small' beginning has grown into dimensions far eclipsing its early hope and pushing on with rapid strides into the first rank of institutions of its class, is the Georo-ia School of Technology. This institution has been the means of splendidly equipping very many young men and, therefore, in supplying industry highly trained employees. The great industrial development in Georgia has been to a considerable extent due to the Georgia School of Technology. Some months ago it was determined that with as excellent an institution as Tech is now, it should expand and enlarge, and, therefore, a movement looking to the establishment of a greater school" of technology in Georgia was inaugurated. This movement developed into nearly 130 citizens of Georgia, interested in the industrial welfare of the State, visiting in November last the industrial centers of the middle west and East. The party was headed by Dr. K. G. Matheson, who for many years has been President of the Georgia School of Technology and who has labored so hard, soindustriously and so intelligently to make of Tech oneof the greatest institutions of its kind in the country,. and by Governor Hugh M. Dorsey, who is greatly interested in this magnificent school, and visited Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Buffalo, Boston, New YoTk and Washington. It developed at the various points visited that the raw materials used in these great manufacturing cen- ters were to a very large extent procured from Georgia.. While not at all envying the wonderful development industrially of the states of the middle West and East, it was determined to return home and endeavor to develop Georgia industrially so that these raw materials could be more largely utilized in our home State~ It was fountf by a visit to the technological institutions in the cities visited that the research work carried on by them wa~ of incalculable aid to the industrial plants,. and in order-
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that the Georgia School of Technology might have a iresearch department and, therefore, be of similar aid to the industries of Georgia and the South, a campaign to raise $5,000,000 for the Georgia School of Technology has been launched. To bring to the attention of the people in the industrial towns of Georgia just what was developed by this trip to the middle West and the East, very many of those who made the trip have visited practically every section of the State and addressed meet. ings of chambers of commerce, boards of trade, rotary clubs, Kawanis clubs, and similar organizations. In addition, in the spring of 1921 there will be an industrial tour of Georgia, which will last for a week or ten days, and every section of the State will be visited.
.While the Georgia School of Technology has been doing splendid work in developing engineers, of necessity little has been done in a vocational way. It is believed that there can be established at the Georgia School of Technology a vocational school with a curriculum so .arranged that students can go from the vocational school into the department of engineering, and in addition thereto, give very mav.y young men some vocational training who otherwise could not secure such training -elsewhere in the State. If the campaign for a greater 'Tech develops as all of those interested know and believe it will, in addition to the research department which will be established, a vocational school will be developed at -Georgia Tech. It is believed that this movement will get rapidly under way .during the early part of 1921 and will be ultimately a success.
The Act creating the Georgia School of Technology was enacted into law by the General Assembly on October 6, 1885. The measure was introduced by Hon. N. E. Harris of the county of Bibb, who afterward became Governor of Georgia. The bill creating Georgia Tech called for only an appropriation of $65,000 which, while inadequate, furnished a working basis for the establishment of this great school.
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The Act called for competitive bids from various sec--

tions of the State. Atlanta donated $50,000 in cash,.

$2,500 annuity for wtenty years and a citizens' subscrip-

tion raised $20,000. The bid of Atlanta was accepted by

the commission. A campus of five acres was purchased

on North Avenue, and, when the commission decided that

five acres was not enough for the purpose, Mr. Richard

Peters donated four additional adjoining acres, having

a cash value of $10,000. During the summer of 1888 the

-buildings and part of the equipment were .ready, a

faculty was elected and academic and shop work was be-

gun on October 3rd of that year. _The school shops were-

totally destroyed by fire on April 1, 1892. With the

insurance on the building and machinery aided by addi-

tional appropriations by the legislature a building and'

machinery superior to those destroyed were promptly

supplied. In December 1896 the legislature appro-

priated $5,000 for equipping a department of electrical'

science and $15,000 for building a dormitory which wa .

ready and occupied by students at the opening of the fall

session of 1897.

The degrees of electrical engineering and civil engi-

neering were established. by the local board of trustees

in December, 1896. The legislature at its session in De-

cember, 1897, the bill having _been introduced by Hon.

John T. Boifeuillet, appropriated $10,000 for establish--

ing a textile department with the proviso that the friends:

of the school contribute $10,000 in money and machinery..

During the next year machinery worth $20,000 was do--

nated to the school besides some $20,0,00 in cash. Expe-

rienced mill architects were employed and the regular

course in textiles, both in theory. and practice ,began in

the fall of 1899.



Other bequests to the school, amounting in 1913 to

more than $300,000 not. only increased the endowment,

but secured great improvements in the buildings and'

equipment. Among additional buildings with necessary

equipment from 1900 to 1913 there were as follows: An

electrical building, a chemical laboratory, a library build-

ing and a handsome Y. M. C .A. _building, the Joseph;

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13rown Whitehead Memorial Hospital and a large addi-tional shop building. On the campus there stands a marble drinking fountain, the gift of the class of 1903. The electrical seniors of .the class of 1911 erected two electric light standards facing the entrance of the electrical building. Two electric light standards in front of the entrance to the library building are the gift of the electrical seniors of 1912. Many acres in addition to the ori_ginal purchase have supplied abundant space for all of the new buildings that have been erected. The new dual. .athletic field, known as "The Hugh Inman-Grant Field," is unequaUed in the South.
The Georgia School of Technology furnishes complete courses in the studies of first class colleges, exclusiv~ of .ancient languages, but including modern languages. As great stress is laid upon mathematics as at the United "States Military Academy, at West Point. Thorough courses are given in the following departments: Departnlent of Architecture, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Drawing, Electrical Engineering, Wireless Telegraphy, Department of English, Experimental Engineering, Geo1ogy and Metallurgy, Department .of Mathematics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, including work in the woodshop, smithshop, foundry and machine shop; .and careful study of all .the machinery used in them;
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Department of Modern Languages, Department qf phy-sical Culture and Physics.
The textile Department of this school gave the first instruction in textile education south of the so-called' Mason and Dixon's line in F ebruary, 1899. The A. French Textile School, so named in honor of Mr. Aaron French, of Pittsburg, Pa., whose liberal donation greatly "helped in foundin g of this school, offers splendid advan-tages to young men, who intend engaging in the textile industry. It is equipped for performing every process and operation from cotton ginning to the finished fabrics. Practical instruction is given with full detail in the design, construction and operation of the various types of several machines and processes. The textile building :has three floors, each 150 x 75 feet, and contains ample
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class rooms, laboratories and hall for textile equipment,

which claims to be the most complete in the world for edu-

cation in the several branches of cotton manufacture. In

almost every process different forms of machines, as built

by di fferent makers, have been installed for the purpose

of fam iliarizing the students with the various types. The

carding department is filled up with gins, pickers, cards,

combers, drawing frames, fly-frames, and a Saco Pette

railway head with evener motion and metallic rolls.

The spinning department has ring spindles, mule spin-

dles, twisters, spoolers, winders, reelers, one Weekes'

banding machine, one power yarn testing machine, two

barber knotters, one twist counter, spindle sets, change

gears, etc. The weaving department is equipped with

warpers, slasher s, hand looms and power looms. The

kni tting department is likewise supplied with all needful

machines for all the needful operations. The Dyeing

laboratory is fitted up for experimental dyeing, color

matching, testing and analysis. The course, leading to

the degree of B.S. in textile engineering, embraces four

years.

The night school of the Georgia School of T-echnology

affords to young men from the various manufactories of

Atlanta and vicinity, wpo have r eached the proper train-

ing to make them skilled workmen, a good training in

twenty-four trades, also instructions in elementary Eng-

lish and mathematics.

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In 1912 the faculty and assistant teachers numbered

about seventy and more than eight hundred pupils were

in attendance during the scholastic year. The sum of all

the appr opriations to this great school approximates

$800,000 to ~hich are added each year greater and great-

er sums. During th e fir st year after the opening of this

spl endid in stitution the enrollment was 463 pupils, which

has annually incr eased until the scholastic year of 1919

a nd 1920 showed an enrollment of 2,209.



The people of Georgia are proud of this great college ~o r instruction in mechanic a rt and will certainly see to

It ~hat the Georgia School of Technology receives every~hmg needed to place it in the front rank of every like

Institution in. th1:l United States.

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The Climate of Georgia
There is a mistaken idea in many sections of the country that it is very hot and enervating in Georgia during the summer months. The fact is that the reverse istrue. In many sections of the Northeast and West the thermometer runs much higher in the summer than in Georgia, and in the winter much lower.- We have in Georgia no extremes of either cold or heat. Those who come from other sections and spend a summer in this State are agreeably surprised over the fact that the temperature does not mnge nearly ' so high as was anticipated. No State in the Union offers such an excellent climate as Georgia. In dustrial plants can operate without inconvenience every day in the year. Having extremes of neither heat nor cold it is exceedingly rare that any person in Georgia is afflicted with sunstroke. This is true of animals as well as human beings.
In climate and productions no area of similar extent in the United States shows greater variety than Georgia and no State east of the Rocky Mountains as great. According to the usual estima~e which assigns to one degree of latitude a difference of two degrees of the thermometer and a difference of one degree of the thermometer to every 300 feet of elavation, the four and onehalf degrees of latitude between Georgia's Northern and Southern boundaries shovv a variety of climate equivalent to the range of 15 degrees. There an~ in the United States nine climate belts and Georgia has eight. The lowest of these in temperature is found on the highest of its mountain peaks, where the mean annual temperature is less than forty degrees. These highest summits are found in Towns and Rabun counties. On the sides of the highest Georgia mountains below the summit is a small area having a mean annual t emperature of between forty and forty-five degrees corresponding with upper New England, New York and the mountain region
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of Virginia. There is in the mountainous section of less elevation a climate zone where the mean annual temperature is between forty-five and fifty degrees, corresponding with portions of New ,York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. These three zones of lowest temperature afford favorite summer resorts for many people from Middle and Southern Georgia, who find there a summer home equal to that found in New England.
Next there is a zone of between fifty and fifty-five degrees of mean annual temperature in Georgia corresponding with that which runs through North Carolina and Virginia and up to New Jersey. Tihe next Georgia climate zone of between fifty-five and sixty degrees mean annual temperature, with an area two or three tin:).es as l~rge as the preceding zones combined, is the same as that passing through both the Carolinas and Virginia. The next zone averaging between sixty-and si.'<ty-five degrees of mean annual temperature, embraces nearly all of Middle Georgia, is between the same isothermal lines as upper Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, vVest Tennessee and Arkansas, and extends into Virginia. The mean annual temperature at some of the important stations in this zone have during a tvventy-year period ranged around the following figures: Gainesville, 61.3 degrees; Atlanta, 61.4 and 62.2; Rome, 61.9 and 62.7; Carrollton, 62; Oxford, 62.6; Athtms, 63; Augusta, 64 and 65.5; LaGrange, 64.1; Thomson, 64.7.
Atlanta, not because of its latitude, but by reason of its location upon a ridge which rises to an elevation of 1,050 feet above the level of the sea, has a climate whose mean annual temperature corresponds with that of Washington, D. C., St. Louis, Mo. and Louisville, Ky., although its winters are warmer and its summers cooler.
The zone which has l?efween si.'<ty-five and seventy degrees of mean annual temperature embraces the greater part of Southrn Georgia and corresponds with that of lower Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and upper Florida. The mean annual temperature of several stations in this zon e have during a twenty-year period ranged as fol-
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lows : Macon, 66.1 and 64.9 degrees; Swainsboro, 67; Columbus, 67.5; Savannah, 67.6; Walthourville, 67.6; Cuthbert, 68.1 ; Americus, 68.2 and 65.4; Valdosta, 68.6; Brunswick, 68.7; waycross, 68.9; Bainbridge, 69.2.
The eighth zone having between seventy and seventyfive degrees of mean annual temperature corresponds largely with that of the counties of Florida lying just below the most northern tier that border on the Georgia line. Blackshear in this section r egisters a mean annual . temperature of 70.2. The July temperature in North Georgia is between seventy-five and eighty degrees; in South Georgia between eighty and eighty-five degrees. For the whole State the July temperature averages 81.8 degrees.
In South Georgia snow seldom falls; in Middle Georgi,a it falls more frequently and to a greater depth, and in the mountain regions greatly increases in frequency and depth.
Since elevation has so much to do with temperature it is well to give the elevation of the different sections of the State. There are in Georgia a number of mountains which rise to an altitude much greater than that believed by many people. Among the most noted are: Sitting Bull (middle summit of Natahala) in Towns county, 5.046 feet above sea level; Mona (east summit of Nantahala), 5,039 feet; Enota, also in Towns county, 4,797 fe et; Rabun Bald in Rabun county, 4,718 feet; Blood in Union county, 4,458 feet; Tray in Habersham county, 4,403 feet ;'Dome in Towns county, 4,042 feet; Grassy in Pickens county, 3,200 feet; Tallulah in Habersham county, 3,172 feet; Yonah in White county, 3,167 feet.
Twenty miles to the west of the Blue Ridge is the Cohutta range with an averag eheight of 3,000 feet above sea level, although the highest peak is a little above 4,000 f eet, and traverses parts of Fannin, Murray and Gilmer counties. To the northwest of this range are Lookout and Sand mountains which, though spurs of the Alleghanies, belong like the Blue Ridge to the Great Appalachian System. High Point, the highest spur of Lookout
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Mountain has an elevation of 2,408 feet, while Pigeon

Mountain, the northeastern spur of the same range, has

at its loftiest point an altitude of 2,331 feet, and another

spur called Round Mountain, rises to 2,200 feet above

sea level. Taylor's Ridge with a prolongation called

White Oak Mountain, in Catoosa, whitefield and Walker

counties, varies in elevation from 1,300 to 1,500 feet.

Near Dalton, Rocky Face Ridge varying from 1,500 to

1,700 feet above sea level, forms the eastern watershed

of Chickamauga river which flows through the valley at

an elevation of 900 feet above sea level.. Going thence

southward one comes to Pine, Lost and Kennesaw moun-

tains, the last named rising at the highest point to 1,809

feet above the level of the sea. In a rolling country of hills

and level stretches, about 14 miles east of the city of

Atlanta, a vast pile of granite called Stone Mountain has

an elevation of 1,686 feet above sea level and from 500

to 600 feet above the surrounding country. The city of

Atlanta has an average elevation of 1,050 feet above

sea level. A few other elevations in Middle Georgia are

called mountains, such as Pine and Oak mountains in

Harris county, and Graves mountain in Lincoln county.

Sections of southwest Georgia have hills with an alti-

tude of 500 feet above the level of the sea. About 3,000

square miles of the r egion along the Atlantic coast have

an elevation of 100 feet; for the northern section the

average elevation is more than 1,000 feet; for the middle

section from 180 to 500 feet, and for the southern section

from 100 to 500 feet.



NOTE: For the suggestion as to t he altitude of the various points in Georg ia, par ti cularly the mounta ins o f the State, the Commissioner Is indebted to Hon. S. G. McL endon, Georgia' s most efficient f:lecretary of State.

The Railroads of Georgia
Georgia is fortunate in that she has a most excellent system of railways. No state can progress industrially without proper means of transportation. This Georgia has abundantly. There are very few counties in the State not touched by a line of railway, and these are mostly the mountain counties. Almost every hamlet in the State is touched by a railway line. There is a number of iarge lines of railways entering Georgia, such as the Louisville and Nashville; Southern; Seaboard Air Line; Atlantic Coast Line; Nashville, Chattanooga &St. Louis. Then we have our own Central; Georgia & Florida; Georgia, Southern and Florida; Georgia, Florida &Alabama; Atlanta, Birmingham &Atlantic, and Atlanta &West Point, whcih not only touch many points inside the State, but enter some of the neighboring states. Other lines of railway in Georgia are as follows: Alabama Great Southern; Atlantic, Waycross & Northern; Augus-
ta Southern; Bowdon; Charleston & vVestern Carolina ;
Elberton and Eastern; Flint River & Northeastern; Gainsville Midland; Gainesville & Northwestern; Georgia; Georgia Coast & Piedmont; Georgia, Southwestern & Gulf; Greene County Railroad; Hartwell; Hawkinsville & Florida Southern; Lawrenceville Branch Railroad; Louisville & Wadley; Macon & Birmingham; Macon, Dublin & Savannah; Midland; Milltown Air Line; Milstead; Ocilla Southern; Pelham & Havana; Rome & Northern; Sandersville Railroad; Savannah & Atlanta; , Savannah & Southern; Savannah & Stat.ssboro; Shearwood Railway; South Georgia; Statenville Railway; Sylvania Central; Talbotton Railroad; Tallulah Falls; Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia; Valdosta, Moultrie & Western; \""Tadley Southern; Washington & Lincolnton; Way-
cross &Southern; Waycross & vVestern; \~estern &
Atlantic; Wrightsville & .Tennille.
The railways of Georgia not only reach almost every section but the scenic beauties along some of the lines of
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railway are almost unsurpassed. When the Southern System from the East enters Georgia at Toccoa a beautiful panorama opens upon the view of the traveler. Within a short distance of Toccoa is the fall known as Toccoa or "The Beautiful." No pen 'can adequately depict this silvery cascade descending from a lofty rock which is plainly visible behind the watery veil. From Toccoa almost to Gainesville there is a beautiful mountain view. There are some beautiful views along the Southern from Atlanta to Birmingham, and from Atlanta to Chattanooga. Perhaps the prettiest to be found any wher e is that along the line of the Tallulah Falls railway, a subsidiary of the Southern, from Cornelia to Rabun Gap. This railroad passes in full view of the Grand Chasm at Tallulah Falls, said by many to be one of the most picturesque gorges in the whole country. These falls consist of four perpendicular pitches of wat~r known as L'eau d'or,' Tempesta, Hurricane and Oceana, and a great many smaller cataracts. All these have been gathered into an immense dam which supplies hydro-electric power to a great many industries .and cities in North Georgia. Occasionally the water is released and allowed to play in its original grandeur over the cataracts as it runs down into the Grand Chasm 860 feet below. On the line of the Gainesville & Northwestern that runs northward, nestling among the mountains is the valley of Nacoochee or "The Jilvening Star," named after an Indian maiden who, when her lover Sautee was hurled from a cliff of Mount Yonah, leaped after him and shared his fate. The lover's name was bestowed upon the neighboring valley which is said to rival Nacoochee in its charms. The Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis, which has leased Georgia's own railway, the Western &Atlantic, traverses its entire length from Atlanta ~o Chattanooga over historical soil and where the scenery Is magnificent and almost unsurpassed. The Central of Georgia from Newnan to Columbus passes along in view of Pine and Oak Mountain on the eastern boundary of Harris county. By far, however ,the prettiest view to
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be found along the line of the Central of Georgia is from Rome to Chattanooga. After Walker county is reached there is a wonderful view of Lookout Mountain for many, many miles along the railway line. This road passes through the National Park at Chickamauga which is one of the most celebrated in the whole country. At the northern end of the National Park there is a permanent cavalry camp. In this section of Georgia lived for a while Sequoiah, the Cherokee who invented for his people an alphabet which was such a modification of the English alphabet as would express certain sounds of the Cherokee language as could not be expressed in our alphabet. 'J.1he Sequoia giant trees of California were named in his honor. Among the whites he was lmo,,n as George Guess, or Gist, as he was also called.
From high points in Rome is a charming view of Mount Alto and the view of the union of the waters of three rivers from Myrtle Hill can hardly be excelled. Cave Spring on that line of the Southern Railway which 'Connects Rome with Selma, Alabama, and in the. Beauti- . ful and fertile Van's Valley, has in its limits a noted limestone cave in the side of a well-wooded hill at the foot of which is a spring of clear, mild limestone water. Sixteen miles from Atlanta along the line of the Georgia Railroad there ,is Stone Mountain, said to be the largest o-ranite rock in the world. A view of this mountain is seen a number of times by travelers on this railway. And at Marietta along the line of the \Vestern & Atlantic and Louisville & Nashville can be seen Double Peak Kennesaw. From Marietta to McCaysville via Blue Ridge there is a magnificent mountain view which is surpassed only by that along the same line of railway from Marietta via Cartersville to the Tennessee State Line. Not a great distance from this line is the lovely fall of Amicalola from which there is another magnificent view of Blue Ridge mountains. In addition to offering splen.did locations in the Georgia mountain sections for industries, particularly those whcih can utilize hardwoods, by way of parenthesis it may be stated that .as summer re-
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sorts there are opportunities there far greater than those possessed by neighboring sta.tes. The elevations of some of these mountai:Q.s are given elsewhere in discussing the climate of the State.
On December 24, 1825, an Act of the Georgia Legislature was approved by Governor George M. Troup which granted a charter for the construction of a central canal or railway, starting at the Savannah river. Ebenezer Jencks the year before had been empowered to construct a canal from Savannah to the Ogeechee river. Now the new enterprise was entered upon in earnest. The great Erie Canal in New York had been successfully completed and all Europe and America had been convinced by George Stephenson in England that a locomotive could safely draw a train on rails at the rate of :fifteel miles an hour. So the Act of 1825 chartered the Savannah, Ogechee and Altamaha canal and also looked t<,> the building of a r ailroad. On September 26th, 1826 a charter was granted to the Brunswick Canal Company with a view of connecting the Altamaha and Turtle rivers. The railroad scheme did not . move so rapidly. , By the year 1829 several short railroads had been built in the United States, but the cars were drawn by horses. The first steam lo~omotive was brought from England in 1829 f or trial, but proved a failure. Peter Cooper built the first American locomotive ,the "Tom Thumb" for the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. In that same year the "Best Friend" was successfully operated upon the South Carolina railroad connecting .Charleston with Hamburg on the Savannah ;river opposite Augusta, Ga. This r oad was completed in 1834 and was for some time known as the :first long railroad in the wrold.
The first charter for a railroad in Gerogia was granted December 27, 1831 for the Georgia railroad from Augusta to the westward, which charter was amended and approved by Governor Wilson Lumpkin December 31, 1833, who also approved a charter granted on December 23, 1933 for a railroad from Macon to Forsyth, known first as the Monroe railroad and later as the Macon and
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lVestern, and also a charter for another railroad called

the Central on December 27, 1833, to connect Savannah

with Macon~ Thus at one time Georgia inaugurated a

system of railroads, although under three distinct corpo-

rations. The work was vigorously pushed and on Decem-

ber 21, 1836, a charter was granted ''for the construc-

tion of a railroad from the Tennessee line to the south-

west bank of the Chattahoochee river to a point most

eligible for the running of branch roads thence to Athens,

Madison, Milledgeville, Forsyth and Columbus.'' This

Act was approved by Governor vVm. Schley. Tlie site

selected for the meeting point of the grand system thus

provided for was for several years known as Terminus.

But it received in 1843 the name Marthasville in com-

pliment to the daughter of ex-Governor Lumpkin who

had been one of the most zealous promoters of railroad

enterprise in Georgia. There occurred in 1842 a notable

event.



The first engine, the Florida, for the only railroad that had as yet reached Marthasville was brought from Madison, at that time the temiinus of the Georgia railroad from Augusta, on a wagon drawn by sixteen mules. This engine was placed upon the track of the Western and Atlantic railroad, attached to a box car that had been brought from Milledgeville also by wagon, and made a trial trip to Marietta, then as far as the new road had been completed northward. The next railroad completed to Marthasville was the Georgia from Augusta and over this road the :first train carrie into Marthasville about dark of September 15, 1845. The next year, 1846, came .the first train from Macon over the Macon and \Vestern railroad. Georgia had now compl~ted :five _systems of railroads, where many other States had begun with a single line. Georgia's plan had brought her to the front as a rival of the great State of New York in its system of internal impravements for close and rapid connection between all sections of the State. As New York had received the name Empire State, so it was natural that Georgia, the most active of all States in her section in

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emulating New York's example, should be styleq th e Empire State of the South.
It was natural that the. converging point of this g reat svstem, known as Terminus until 1843, as Marthasville u;ltil1847, and thenceforward as Atlanta, should rapidly grow into one of the greatest inland cities of the South. It was just as natural that Savannah, Augusta, Macon and Columbus, the first named Georgia's great seapo r-t, n.rr d the other three great in their varied manufactures a nd all other things that make fiourishin O' cities, should set the pace for Georgia enterprise and lead into patl1s 1bat conduce to the building of rapi~ly growino towns into cities, that shall rival their elder sisters and make t hem anxious about thei1: continued leadership.

In railroad construction New York and Georgja are not very far apart, the former having in 1917 a slight lead with 8,434 miles to Georgia's 7,464 miles, notwithstandig the fact that New York has a population of 10,384,144 and Georgia, of 2,894,684; Pennsylvania with a population of 8,720,159 has 11,681 miles of railroad. No other State on the eastern side of the United States has near as many miles of railroad as Georgia.

There ,are in the whole Union only eleven States with

more railroad mileage than Georgia and one of these

has a lead of only 100 miles. With long lines of rail-

way Georgia is well supplied, especially through the

middle and southern sections. The great system of

railroads in Georgia resembles in the Southern and cen-

tral parts.of the State a closely woven net work, which

is also true of the northwestern section. But north of

the great trunk lines that connect Macon and Savannah

and Atlanta and Augusta the mesh of the network widens,

leaving a space in the mountain section without adequate

railroad facilities, but great prospects for futm'e develop-

ments.



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Information a5 to Population

This Department receives frequent inquiries concerning the population of Georgia and subdviisions by those who desire to locate in this State. The information asked for is sometimes regarding counties and at other times concerning towns and in some instances groups of towns. For the purpose of supplying this information in a concrete form there is given below the population of the counties of the State according to the U. S. Census of 1920 and a comparison by giving the population in 1910. This information is given in alphabetical order. The counties of Atkinson, Bacon, Blecklljy, Candler, Cook, Evans, Treutlen and 'Wheeler were created between 1910 and 1920 and, therefore, no population for 1910 cQuld be shown. During the ten years from 1910 to 1920 the following counties gave up territory for the creation of new count~es, which explains the loss of population in some instances and the small increase in others: . Appling, Clinch, Coffee, Pierce, Ware, Gwinett, Jackson, Walton, Berrien, Pulaski, Bulloch, Emanuel, Tattnall, Lowndes and Montgomery. The cities and towns of the State are grouped according to population and will be found following the census of the various counties.
Georgia has a land area in square miles of 58,725. In 1920 the population was 2,895,832, or 49.3 per square mile. In 1910 the State had a population of 2,608,121. The increase in population from 1910 to 1920 amounted to 286,711, or 11 per cent. The tables below give the population of the counties, cities and towns as referred to above.

Appling
Atkinson Bacon Baker Baldwin Ba n k s Barrow Bartow Ben Hill Berrien

1920 10,594
7,656 6 460 8;298 19,791 11,814 13,188 24,527 14,599 15,573

1910 12,318
7,783 18,354 11,244
25,388 11 863 22;772

:Bibb Bleckley Brooks Bryan Bulloch Burke Butts Calhoun Camden Campbell

1920 71,304 10,532 24,538
6,343 26 133 30;836 12,327 10,225
6,969 11,709

1910 56,646
23,832 6,702
26,464 27,268 13,624 11,334 7,690 10,874

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1920

candler

9 228

carroll Catoosa

34:752 6,677

Charlton

4,536

Chatham

100,032

Chattahoochee 5,266

Chattooga

14 312

Cherokee

18:569

Clarke

26,111

Clay

7,557

Clayton

11,159

Clin ch

7,984

Cobb

30 437 .

Coffee

18:653

Colquitt

29,3 32

Columbi a

11,718

Cook

11,180

Cow e t a

29,047

Crawford

8,893

Cri sp

18,914

Dad e

3,918

Dawson

4,204

Decatur

31,785

DeKalb

44,051

Dodge

22,540

Dooly

20,522

Dougherty

20,063

Douglas

10,477

Early

.18,983

Echols

3,313

Effingham

9,985

Elbert

23,905

Emanuel

25,862

Evan s

6,594

Fannin

12,103

Fayette

11,396

Floyd

39,841

Forsyth

11,755

Franklin

19,9 57

Fulton

232 606

Gil mer

8;4o6

Glascock

4,19 2

Gl y n n

19,370

Gordon

17,736

Grady

20,306

Greene

18 972

Gwinnett

30:327

Hab er sham 10,730

Han

26,822

Hanccok

18,357

Haralson

14,440

Harris

15,775

Hart

17 ,9 44

Heard

11,126

Henry

20,420

Houston Irwin

21,964 12,670

1910
30,855
~:~~~
79,690 5,5 86
13,608 16,661 23,273
8,960 10,453
8,424 28,397 21,953 19 ,7 89 12,328
28,800 8 310
16;423 4,139 4,686
29,045 27 881 20;127 20,554 16,035
8,953 18 122
3;309 9,971 24,125 25,140
12,574 10,966 36,736 11,940 17,894 177,733
9,2 37 4,669 1 5, 720 15,861 1 8,457 18,512 28,824 10,134 25,730 19,189 13,514 17,886 16,216 11,189 . 19,927 23,609 10,461

Jackson
Jasper Jeff Davis Jefferson
Jenkins Johnson
Jones Laurens
Lee Liberty Lincoln Lowndes Lumpkin McDuffie Mcintosh Macon Madison Mario;n Meriwether Miller Milton Mitchell Monroe Montgomery Morgan Murray Newton Muscogee Oco n ee Oglethorpe Paulding Pickens Pierce P ike Polk 'Pulaski
Putnam Quitman Rabun Randolph
Richmond Rockdale Schley Screven Spalding Stephens Stewart Sumter
Talbot Taliaferro T attnall Taylor T elfa ir Terrell 'l' homas Tift Toombs

1920 24,654 16,362 7,322 22,602 14,328 13,546 13,269 39,605 10,904 12,707 9,739 26,521
5,240 11,509
5,119 17,667 18,803
7,604 .
26,168 9,565 6,885
25,588 20,138
9,167 20,143
9,490 21,680 44,195 11,067 20,287 14,025
8,222 11,934 21,212 20,357 :1.1,587 15,151
3,417 5,746 16,721 63,692 9,521 5,243 . 23,552
21,908 11,215 12,089 29,640 11,158
8,841 14,502 11,473 15,291 19,601 33,044 14,493 13,897

1910 30,169 ' 16,552 6,050 21,379 11,520 12,897 13,103 35,501 11,679 12,924 8,714 24,436 5,444 10,325 6,442 15,016 16,851 9,147 25,180 7,986 7,239 22,114 20,450 19,638 19,717 9,763 18,449 36,227 11,104 18,680 14,124 9,041 10,749 19,495 20,203 22,835 13 ,87 6 4,5 94
5,562 18,841 58,886
8,916 5,213 20,202 19,741 9,728 13 ,437 29,092 11,696 8,766 18,569 10,83 9 13,288 22,003 29,071 11,487 11,206

43

Towns Treutlen
Troup Turner Twiggs Union Upson Walker Walton
Ware Warren Washington Wayne Webster
Wheeler White w hitfield
Wilcox Wilkes Wilkinson Worth

1920
3,937 7,664 36,097 12,466 10,407 6,455 14,786 23,370 24,216 28,361 11 ,8 28 28,147 14,381 5,342 9,817 6,105 16,897 15,511 24,210 11,376 23,863

1910
3,932
26,228 10,075 10,736
6,918 12,757 18,692 25,393 22,957 11,860 28,174 13,069
6,151
5,110 15,934 13,486 23,441 10,078 19,147

Cities 20,000 and over

Atlanta

200,616

154,839

Savannah

83,252

65,064

Macon

52,995

40,665

Augusta

52,548

41,040

Columbus

31,125

20,554

10,000 and under 20,000

Waycross

18,068

14,485

LaGrange

17,038

5,587

Athens

16,748

14,913

Brunswick

14,413

10,182

Rome

13,252

12,099

Albany

11,555 / 8,190

Valdosta

10,783

7,656

5000 and under 10,000

A.mericus

9,010

8,063

3-riffin

8,240

7,478

rhomasville 8,196

6,727

Dublin

7,707

5,795

Newnan

7,037

5,548

Fitzgerald

6,870

5,795

Moultrie

6,789

3,349

Cordele

6, 538

5,883

Elberton

6,475

6,483

Gainesville

6,272

5,925

Marietta

6,190

6,949

Decatur

6,150

2,466

East Point

5,241

3,68!

Dalton

5,222

5,324

1,000 and under 5,000

Bainbridge

4,792

4,217

Milledgeville 4,619

. 4,385

Quitman

4,3 93

3,915

1920

Carrollton Cartersville Washington
Cedartown Statesboro College Park
Toccoa Dawson Douglas
~r inder
Waynesboro
Fort Valley
Monroe Covington
H awkinsville Barnesville
Cuthbert Tifton Kirkwood Porterdale Vidalia Manchester Tallapoosa
Eastman Sandersville Canton
Pelham E atonton
Thomaston Buford Commerce Millen Madison
H artwell Forsyth
Ocilla McCaysville Douglasville
Thomson West Point
Camilla Greensboro Ashburn LaFayette
Jackson Lawrenceville
Nashville Cochran Vienna Blakely
Calhoun Jesup Cairo Sparta Mont ez uma Monticello

4,363 4,350 4,208 4,053 3,807 3,622 3,567 3,504 3,401 3,335 3,311 3,223 3,211 3,203 3,070 3,059 3,022 3,005 2,934 2,880 2,860 2,776 2,719 2,707 2,695 2,679 2,640 2,519 2,502 2,500 2,459 2,405 2,348 2,323 2,241 2,180 2,166 2,159 .
2,140 2,138 2,136 2,128 2,116 2,104 2,027 2,059 2,025 2,021 2,019 1,985 1,955 1,941 1,908 1,895 1,827 1,823

Cony.ers

1,817

1910
3,297 4,067 3,065 3,551 2,529 2,173 3,120 3,827 3,550 2,443 2,729 2,697 3,029 2,697 3,420 3,068 3,210
2,381 ' 1,226
1,776 922
2,117 2,355 2,641 2,002 1,880 2,Q36 1,645 1,683 2,238 2,030 2,412 2,007 2,208 2,017 1,253 1,462 2,151 1,906 1,827 2,120 2,214 1,590 1,862 1,518
990 1,638 1,564 1,838 1,652 1,415 1,505 1,715 1,630 1,508 1,919

44

1920

social Circle 1,781

Ten nile Ro y s t o n

1,768 1,681

Ad el Lavonia
Boston

1,7.20 1,644 1,640

Hapeville

1 ,631

Jefferson

1,626

Fairburn

1,600

Hogansville

1,591

Trion

1,588

Swainsboro

1,578

Sylvester

1,547

Richland

1,529

Wrightsville 1,476

Ro ssville

1,427

Wadl ey

1,423

Sylvania

1,413

Warrenton

1,407

Ro c k m a r t

1,400

Hazelhurst

1,383

Arlington

1,331

Blackshear

1,329

Cornelia

1,274

McRae

1,273

Li thonia

1,269

Stone Mountain 1,266

Clax ton

1,265

McDonough

1,263

Dallas

1,245

Fort Gaines 1,237

Buena Vista 1,230

Ro s w el l

1,227

Williacoochee 1,211

Grantv ille

1,200

Marshallville 1,150

Baxley

1,142

Canon

1,132

nion Point 1,126

Abbeville

1,119

Acworth

1,117

Meigs

1,111

Un adilla

1,103

'11albotton

1,093

Bibb City

1,090

Gordon

1,081

Wrens

1,074

Sh el l m a n

1,074

Gl e n n v ill e

1 ,0 69

Alma

1,061

Jonesboro

1,060

East Thomaston 1,058

Villa Rica

1,047

Bowdon

1,047

Ro chelle

1,046

Louisville

1,040

Sop e r t o n

1,033

Donalsonville 1,031

1910 1,590 1 ,622 1,422 1 ,9.02 1 ,712 1,130 864 1,207 1,395 1,230 1,721 1,313 1,447 1,250 1,389 1,059 872 1,400 1,368 1 ,0 34 1,181 "
1,308 1,235 1,114 1 ,160 1,428 1,062 1,008
882 1,259 1,320 1,016 1,158
960 1,132 1,082
831 728 1,363 1,201 1,043 697 1,003 1,081 463 702 616 985 640 458 970 385 855 541 860 1,039 469 _
747

1920

1910

Summerville 1,003

657

Comer

1,001

868

500 and under 1,000

Norcross

993

968

Pavo

990

572

Midville

985

603

Lumber City

978

1,195

Empire

970

Chickamauga

965

312

Palmetto

965

922

Fayetteville

952

709

Nicholls

936

720

Lumpkin

934

1,140

Helena H a mpton

928

890

927

1 ,0 93

Reynolds

926

521

Woodbury

923

917

Doerun Bremen Stillmore

919

630

917

890

916

645

Metter

908

408

Senoia Blue Ridge

906

1 ,111

904

898

Edison

885

841

Lyons

873

927

Oglethorpe

871

924

Hahira

86 4

650

Milltown

860

1,24 7

Jeffersonville

842

740

St. Marys

824

691

Darien

823

1,3 91

Adairsville

814

751

'Colquitt

810

600

Ball Ground

809

448

Crawford

803

871

Harlem

798

736

Maysville

795

805

Pearson

792

558

Sparks

792

842

Smyrna

791

59 9

Leesburg

786

705

Crawfordville 784

688

Sn1 i t h v ill e

761

57 4

Gr eenville

760

909 .

Austell

758

755

Butler

758

705

Adrian

740

816

Cave Springs

738

805

Nunez

730

174

Bowman

730

738

Chipley

728

742

Mt. Vernon

722

605

Wassaw

721

543

Statham

720

621

Loganville

711

600

Mendes

703

Ray City

700

300

Oxford

698

655

45

Broxton Ellaville Dahlonega
Demorest Perry Clayton Whigham Lincolnton rignall
Davisboro Hephzibah
Rutledge Ellijay
Zebulon Homerville T emple Union City
Ma nsfield Linwood Plains East Lake Cumming
Brooklet Duluth
Pinehurst Kingston
Milan Glenwood Poulan Bartow
Vidette Baconton Norman Park
Ala mo Sycamore
P embroke Gray Reidsville
Clarksville Gu yton Sale City Arabi
Morven Locust Grove Rocky Ford Bronwood Ludowici
Nelson Collins Winterville Alapaha
Summit Clarks ton

1920
696 593 690
686 678 677 662
657 653 653
650 643 632 629 627
621 620
618 615 611 611
607 600 600
596 596
593 592
586 582
569 568
565 563 562
560 559
553 542
539
537 532
530 529 522
520 515
511 505
504
503 501 501

Under 500

Fairmount

497

Iron City

4P6

1910 1,040 872 829 760 649 541 627 375 320 589 656 696 659 602 437 711 534 589 533 400 . 73 305 361 469 451 522 287 347 652 384 75 391 648 249 296 467
454 528 545 402 433 383 716 385 465 541 550 327 465 532 566 349
326 459

1920

Buchanan

491

Coolidge

485

Dexter

481

White Plains 479

Pineview

474

Chatsworth

472

Ringgold

472

Brinson

470

Leslie

470

Lexington

469

Kennesaw

467

Leary

465

Watkinsville

465

Gibson

462

Flowery Branch 461

Woodville

458

Buckhead

451

Pooler

443

Concord

422

Hamilton

437

Danville

436

Surrency

433

Boga rt

430

J akin

430

Graymont

.429

Colbert

428

Grovetown

425

Bostwick

424

High Shoals

424

Barwick

422

Tooms boro

420

Garfield

416

Woodstock

415

Byromville

414

Molen a

411

Ochlo ckon ee

410

Stapleton

410

Newborn

409

Ch a un ce y

408

Milner

407

Roberta

404

Ty Ty

403

Sasser

402

Carnesville

400

Ya t esville

400

Ap a l a c h e e

398

Chester

397

Folkston

397

Rhine

396

Emerson

393

Bowersville

390

St. George

388

Whitehall

387

Jasper

386

Stockbridge

386

Ailey

385

Du P.ont

381

P e pp e rton

381

46

1910
462 303 550 407 708 314 398 707 393 546 573 430 483 367 373
384 337 450 403 299 259 257 622 417 256 558 333 550 381 404 319 442 300 398 350 370 475 350 400 227 276 441 322 366 481 278 355 321 316 398 272 230 332

1920

Alpharetta

379

Irwinton

379

Menlo

378

Hoschton

377

Newton

377

Springfield

377

Kestler

373

Flovilla

371

Lula

367

Parrott

367

Norwood

366

Wlhitesburg

366

Newington

364

Scr even

364

Culloden

361

Babcock

361

Luthersville

35D

Patterson

357

Hagan

356

Maxeys

356

Woodland

356

Dan ielsville

355

Pitts

352

Metcalf

351

Beach

349

Climax

345

Harrison

345

Ki te

344

Martin

344

Mount Airy

343

Carlton

342

Col e m a n

342

Morgan

341

Enigma

340

Cle ve l a n d

339

Lenox

339

Haddock

336

Powder Springs 336

Waco

333

Argyle

332

Bu!lockville

332

Cl ermont

332

Rebecca

331

Sumner

331

Hiram

329

Om ega

329

Cobbtown

325

Jun ction City 323

Lyerly

323

Grayson

322

Moreland

321

Willie

320

White

319

Franklin

317

Hillsboro

315

Hi nesville

315

Penfield

315

Eton

313

1910 356 249 376 429 364 504 413 495 309 360 340 315
276 365 402 349 264 784 334 189 325 279 314 358 328 383 241 377 256 325 354 302 338
206 312 315 32C 280 204
252 336 254 274 254 225 322 278 312
340 209 174 475 307

Lake Park Scotland
Odum Forest Park Waleska
Cecil Ideal Rising Fawn
Camak Graham Naylor Bluffton Bisl;wp
Girard Jenkinsburg
Mountville
Fullerville Lela Oakfield Trenton Shady Dale
Homer Auburn Gay
Oliver Dan burg East Ellijay
Fry Sharon Young Harris Pendergrass Cusseta Metasville Cadwell Warwick T a rrytown
Kingsland
Hilton Omaha
Barney Avera Lilly Taylorsville
Mitchell Brooks Dearin g Godfrey
Chamblee Preston Nicholson
Pulaski Riverside Williamson Good Hope
Brewton Bethlehem Suwanee
Dacula

1920 310 310 309
308 308
307 304 304
303 303 302
301 300
300 300
300 299 296 295
295 294 291
290 290 288
286 285
285 282 281
277 2'76 27 5 274
274 273
266 262 262 259 258
258
258 257
256 256 255 253
252 250 249
249 249 248
247 246
246 244

47

1910 285
258 173 243 354 186 225 241 193 538 325 268 227 237 226
531 276 302 344 228 217 210 243 272 291 326 293 283 239 341
154 226 23 6 190
209 303 228 221 197 212
337 129 259 167 207 170 179 151 214 209 250 169



1920

Georgetown

244

Robertstown

243

Siloam

243

Uvalda

240

Turin

239

Lovett

23 7

Mystic

237

Dixie

233

Pine Park

233

I!a

232

Blair sv ill e

230

Lithia Springs 229

Meansville

229

Rockledge

229

Durand

228

Warthen

228

Dudley

227

Mineral Bluff 226

Gillsville

225

Lovejoy

221

Van Wert

221

Campton

220

R entz

219

De Soto

216

Holly Springs 216

Elko

213

Bri stol

212

Geneva

210

Montrose

210

Mountain City 210

Worth

209

Spring P lace

208

Tunn elhill

208

Weston

208

Merrillville

204

Sugar Valley

203

J er sey

202

Barne tt Shoals 20,0

Finleyson

200

Roo pvill e

200

H i c k ox

199

Dawsonville

19 8

Smithonia

198

H o w e ll

19 8

Andersonville

196

Summertown

196

Towns

196

Oak Par k

195

Baldwin

193

Covington Mill s 193

Epworth

191

Machen

191

Ea stv ill e

188

Crandall

186

H erod

186

Center

185

Deepstep

184

Dooling

184

1910 313
263 165 140 242
203 227 233 152
151 302 338 216 198 189 145 275 228 251 273 198 210
158 169 242 295 319 109 197 191
232. 173 23} 179 266 194 174 125
144 280 150 218 160 127 220 214 208 149 163

1920

Knoxville

183

Ficklin

182

Odessadale

182

The Rock

181

Norristown

177

Osierfield

177

Haralson

176

Helen

176

Dilliard

175

Waresboro

175

Camoochee

173

Seville

172

Woodbine

172

Morganton

171

Sharpsburg

170

Lon e Oa k

169

Alto

168

Normantown

167

Tiger

167

Dick ey

166

Oakwood

163

Higgs ton

161

Riverdale

159

Funston

157

Mapleton

153

W'inston

153

Dorav ill e

152

Middl e ton

152

Centralhatcbee 151

Bellton

149

Ohoopee

149

Riddleville

149

Braselton

14 8

Hull

148

Springvale

148

Woolsey

148

Hiwassee

146

Ranger

145

Walnut Grove 143

Corin th

140

Homeland

138

S t e ll a v ill e

13 8

Machinery City 137

Swords

136

Beverly

132

Moun t Zion

131

Carl

125

Cov en a

124

Resaca

123

Gratis

120

Tybee

117

Aline

115

Bolingbroke

115

Isabella

114

Ru c k e r svill e

111

Alvaton

108

Arcade

108

Boykin

107

48

1910 211 211 161 138 87
174
106 149
193 155 195 166 247 109
125 173 110 207 139 236 290 168 147
119 193 101 140
133 162 162 226
112 147 114 149
74 107
14
166
112 95 786
144 111
88
64

Tallulah Falls Between
Rex Avalon Farmington Graysville Plainfield Tennga Bold Springs Box Springs
Tilton Aiken ton Elizabeth Talking Rock Plainsfield St. Charles Bushnell Crosland Sterling

1920
105 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 99 99 99 98 97 95 91 89
81 81 78

1910

85

Russell

104

Primrose

Crest

1920
76 67 64

1910
120
57 1511

,60

St. Marks

Braswell

59

~

58

95

152

Uptonvllle

58

Tallulah Park 56

145

Ducktown

49.

111

Reno

46

Red Stone

44

242

99

The population of Scott, Cha-

l23

ly.beate Springs, New England,

108

Leon, Frazier, Princeton, Gro-

148

vanla and Rocky Mount Is not

91

here given tor the reason that

143 ' the Census Bureau did not enu-

198

merate these towns . separately

171

tor 1920.

4Y

TABLE No. 1. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1920.

Class of Mills

Capital
z0

Raw Material J Cost of Raw

Used

Material

Manufactured Products

Value of Manufactured
Products

Cotton and Silk Mills ...
Woolen
g Mills

342,896,489 lbs. $95,211,386.561$67,337,582. 86 of Cotton and
15.432,394 lbs. of Yarn anc
Waste.
1,484,560 lbs. of $ 1,765,562. $ 792,936.49 Cotton.
263,786 lbs. of Wool. 578,499 lbs. of
Yarn and Shoddy

$1 24 259 819 641260 ,299,944 yds. of cloth of many kinds

' ' such as Sheeting, Duck, Drills, Denim

156,381,610 lbs. of Duck, Toweling, Tick-

ing, Lap Robes, B ed Spreads

and other fabrics.

.

92,888,39 6 :1ps. of Yarn and Waste, 4,286,-

514 lbs. of such fabrics as ball thread,

sewing thread, sash cord, rope, twine,

et c.

$1,160,697.9813,312. 008 yds. of Cloth, mix ed Wool Cotton.
709,489 lbs. or Yarn.

$220,193,099 . 28 $2,501,350.80

Mills that Spin and Knit . ... . . .
Mi ll s that Knit ..... . Total . ...

11,892,783 lbs of Cotton. 3,662, 789.171$ 2,014,204.771 3,179,996 l bs. Yarn .

$11,421,732 .01

2,689,638 doze n Hose and Kni t Under- 1 $4,403,600.38 wear.

263,611,952 Yards of ~h e eting, Duck, l Denim and other fabrics, inWoolen Goods. lbs. of Duck, Toweling, TickRobes, Bed Spreads etc. lbs. of Yarn and Wa.ste. lbs, of such fabrics as thread, Sash Cord,

$238,619,782.27

TABLES No. 2. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending December 31, 1920.

Classes of Mills

Producting Spindles

I I Ring

Mule Total

,,._..r;2,_

Twisters

Number of Looms

(Twister

I I Spindles) Broad Narrow Total

Cotton and Silk Mills, Active Spindles and Looms .. . . 1 2,436,929 1 3&,678 2,473,607 1 320,069 22,007 28,033 1 5o,o4o

Woolen Mills, Active Spindles and Looms .... .. .. \ 5,000 116,480
I, Mills that Spni and Knit, Active Spindles . . .... . . 45,932 1 1o,152 1

21,480 1 200 56,084 2,708

I Total Active Spindles and Looms .... .... . .. .. ... .. 2,487.861 63,310 . 2,551,171 322,977

I

I Idle Spindles and Looms . ............ . . .... ..... .. .

2,260

~ Total Active and Idle Spindles and Looms .......... 2,487,861 1 63,31~ ~, 553,4 31

__ j

- ----- -

97

3981 495

22,104 28,431 50,535

937

I

51,472

TABLE No. 2.-Continued . Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1920.

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Power Used

Number of Mills That

Classes of Mills

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TABLE No. 3. Textile Mills in Geo rg ia for the Year e nd ing December 31. 1920
- Number of all Whi te Operatives

-
All N egro EQlployees

Males

Females

Classes of Mills

Total

All From All From

under 14';-2 to over 12 to

14 ';-2 16 yrs. 16 yrs. 14 %

yrs.

yrs.

Total
From All Males 14';-2 to over 16 yrs. 16 yrs.

Females

Grand Total

"'Q)
~

;:;l

Total of

Negroes

employ-

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8 Mills

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~

I \ 1 13,2;7r 2~~~~~.9~2-G5.709 Cotton and Silk Mills . . . . .. . ..

~ - - 701

21,0141

-

- - ---

7-1 708

-

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12.132 , _ 795 1 2.927

I.... .\ ~ Woolen Mills . .. . .. . ... . .. . . .

2.

I 321 \..... . . 1 1 2251 323

226

549 10 1 35 1 45

.l:

Mills that Spin and Knit . .. . \... . . . 22

! I 773 1......

41 1,071

I 795 1,112 1,907 114 I 31 145

Knitting Mills . . .. . .. . .. .. ... \ 8
Totals .. . ....... .. ... . .. . \ 10
I

24

440 1... .. .. , 55 ) 867

472

92 2 1,394 / 23l 69 1 92

! I 749 22,548 1.... 7

805 15,440 23,307 16,232 ! 39,559 / 2,279 I 930 I 3,21)!1

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TABLE No. 4. Wages of the Employees and other Expenses of the Textile M1lls of Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1920.

... Highest Weekly Highest Weekly Lowest W eekly

Wages of

Wages of

Wages of

Males

Females

Malee

Lowest Weekly Wages of Females

Important Items of Annual Expense

-

Total Am't.

CLASSES OF
/"%I <::">~= 1_ MILLS

Ages

Agel!

Agea

Agea

All

undet 1H2 l4., to 16

Oy i."'

1124l.o,

to

1

Yrs. Yrs. rs. Yrs. Yrs.

Ov1o6 1124.l<, i t1o4%11 018, .,
Yt s . Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. _ 'g:f!

o ... ~ ;f! ...
=~

So!ul" ot Am't Paid
Olfcers to Wage ~ and Clerks Earners
~
b~

of the foreand New
Am't. Paid going Items for Repair& of Expense. Machinery

an' I' 8.7''"!'"'" CoMlliollns . . ..S. .i.lk. . .

to

to

$

8.00 to

$10.75 to

$15 .00 to

'

3.75 ' t4o.00 '

t9o.101'

t3o.00

$

4.00l$ to

6.00l$3,041,669.95 to

$29,599,330.37

$4,808, 712.11>

$37,249,712.47

.. Woolen Mills . . .

$28.5 0 $90.00 $10.25 $22.50 $50.00

$ 9.00 $40.00

$28.00

$15.00 $21.00 $i2.20 $12.20 $20.00

$ 6.00

$ 6.00 $

85,605. 00 $

409 ,037.08 $ 391,933.00 $

886,575.08

I

to

to

~

Mills that Spin ~ and Knit . . . . .

1 1$12.00 $24.00
to to $18.00 $60.00

$ 9.00 $23.00 to to
1115.00 $40.00

$15.00

'

t8o.00

$10.70 to

$12.00 $24.00

$13 .50

$ 7.50 $ 9.00

to $10.00

uoto.oo

$

460,478.50 $ 1,789,839.21 $

66,253.39 ' 2,306,671.10

Knitting Mills . .

$ 8.00 $25.00 to - to

$ 8.00 $20.00 to to

$ 6.00 $10.00 to to

' t5o.40 ' t9o.00 $ 187,773.03 ' 853,060,40 $ 129,287.87 ' 1,170,121.30

Total of Expenses

.....

$20.00 100.00

$13.00 $28.00

' 9.90 $16.00 .

' 8.00 $12.00 $3,775,526.48 $32,651,267.06 $5,186,186.41 $41,812,979.96

WEEKLY PAY

Superintendents

Foremen

"Machinists

Electricians

Engineers

Firemen

Spinners

Weavers

Carders

$31.00 to $200.00 $21.00 to $75.00 $18.00 to $50.00 $22.00 to $70.00 $16.00 to $60.00 $8.00 to $40.00 $10.00 to $36.10 $15.00 to $40.00 $10.00 to $36.00 I

E xaminers

Dyers

F inishers

Sewers

Knitters

Loopers

$9.00 to $36.00 / $10.00 to $35.00 $13.00 to $36.00 $10.50 to $24.00 $10.00 to $24.50 $11.00 to $27.00

TABLE No. 6. Clothing, lncludlng Pants, Overalls, Shirts and Garments for Women and Children; also Awnings-,

Ten ts, Mattresses, etc., for the year Ending December 31, 1920.

I I Number of Capital
I Establishments

Number of Amount Spent Cost of Sewing for Repairs and Material Machines. New Machinery Used

Pay of Offi-,Amount paid Total of fore-~ Value of

cers and to Wage Clerks - Earners

! Items of Expenses

MandufacturEld Products

86

$3.3~4.755.48 1

1 1.799 1 $140.980.71 1$6.012.907.44 1$402,93'0.32 ,$1,754,238.26 1$8.311.056.73 1 $9.955.700.20

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Number of White Employees

Males

Females

Total

Number of Negro Employees

Males

Females

Total

1,261

522

1,783

247

89

336

g

The power used for running the machinery is in most cases electricity, although some of the work is done by hand.

Males

Females

The highest weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary for dill'er-

ent establishments as follows..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . $34.00 to $100.00 $20.00 to $30.00

The lowest weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary for different establishments as follows . ... . ....... .. . .... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12.00 to $ 25.00 $ 5.00 to $12.00

The average weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary for different establishments as follows. , .. ..... . ... .. , . .. , ............... , . , . , . . . $23 .00 to $ 62.50 $12.60 to $21.00

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TABLE No. 6. Compresses in Georgia for the Year Ending Decembe r 31, 1920.

I Number of.
Establishmentsl Capital

Number of Employees

Whites

I Negroes

I Total

I I I Amount paid Amount paid Paid for

Total of fore-

to Officers and Clerks

to Wage Earn.ers

I Repairs
and New

going Expenses

32

1 $4,950,032

202

I 884

I 1,086

I $208,8:J.2.85 I $502,784.55 I $39 ,550 I $751,147.40

The Highest Capacity of Presses is 2,000 bales a ~ay and the Lowest Capacity 800 bales a Day. MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents
<:)1 0)
$150.00 to $225.00

Firemen $110.00 to $175.00

Weighers $100.50 to $150 .00

Engineers $100.00 to $175.00

Firemen $60.00 to $125.00

Ordinary Laborers $40.00 to $75.00

TABLE No. 7. Cotton Oil Mills in Georgia for the en-tire Season from August 31, 1919 to July 31, 1920, and
for seed crushed to March 31, 1921.

I

Capital and In-

No. of Mills in Oper a tio

vestm ent, not

including Val- Tons of Cotton

u e of Raw Material and
Amt. paid for
Wages.

See Produced Tons of Cotton
S ee d Crush ed

157

$25 ,000,00 1736,000

1716, 513

Amt. pair for \\'ages pa id Cost of Cotton Repairs and to all Seed Crushed N e w Ma- Employees
chinery
I $36,577 .988.65 $1. 59 2.000 1 $3,000,000

Number ot Operativ es

T otal of fore-

I going Ex-

p enses

\'i"hites/Negroes Total

Average Number employed in Working Season .

Average
!\umber employed
in the idle Season

1$41 ,169,988, 65 11 ,404 12,808

75~ 14,212 _ , 4,212 1

Manufactured Prod ucts and th eir Value

;:,1 'I
Gallons ot Crude Oil
31,516,000

Value 1$43 ,3 51 ,000

Tone of Cake and Cotton Value Seed Meal

Tons of Hulls

Value

Bales of Linters (each Value 500 lbs. n et)

Grand Total of Values

132 0,000

1$21,165,000

1206,000
--

I $2.388,000

1105.413

1 ~2.246,000

1 $69,150.000

Some of th e C otton O il Mills a re in operation 5 months, some 6 months a nd a f ew i and 8 months.

AMOU!\T PAID \'i'EEKLY

The amount of
Cotton Seed crushed from August 1, 1920 to March 31, 1921 is 401>,260 tons as compar ed with 6' 7,161 1ons for the same period last
year .

I Superintend ent:; Forem en I $30.00 to $100.00 $25.00 t o $i5.00

I M achinists I $25.00 to $60.00

IE lectricians I $25.00 to $65.00

I Engin eers I $20.00 to $50.00

I Firem en I $20.00 to $40.00

/ Ordinary Laborer s
I $1 5.00 to $35.00

I 'Ya t chman I $16.00 to $30 .00

I Tim e -Keepers I $16.00 to $30.00

TABLE No. 8. Fertilizer Factories and Mixing Plants in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 19'20.

Number of

Establish-

Amount

ments In op- Capital and Spent for re-

eratlon dur- Investment pairs a nd

lng the Sea-

New Ma-

son

chlnery

182 1$50.960.~94.321 $2,157,655.98

The Raw Material used In manufacturing are Sulphates, Phosphates, Pyrites, Ground Limestone, Phosphate Rock, and Cotton Seed Meal. The exact quantities of the varied Raw Material has not been given nor the value of each separately.
-~

Average

Cost of Raw Number of

Material

Wage

used

Earners

$27,334,916.481 6000

Amouol p'd. ro<al ottoco-

to all

going Ex-

Employees

penses

Tons of Manufac-
tured Products

Value of Manufac-
tured Products

1 $2.820.424.58 1$32,312,997.04 1 1,003,660 ./ 34,144,266.00

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

superintendent

Foremen

Machinists

Electricians

Engineers

Firemen

Watchmen

Time-Keeper

~------------------------------------------------~----------------------------------------------------------------

$25.00 to $120.00 $25.00 to $75.00 $20.00 to $50.00 $32.00 to $50.00 $15.00 to $60.00 $15.00 to $35.00 $10.00 to $35.00 $24.00 to $30.00

From January 1st to April 15th Inclusive In 1920 the Manufactured Products were 916,525 tons. For the same period In 1921 the Manufactured Products were 522,152 tons.


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TABLE No. 9. Brick, Tlle, Sewer Pfpfng, Cement and C Jay Products in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 11120.

Number of E s Capital tablishmente

Value of Raw Amount paid t o Number of WagE Amount paid to Amount paid Total of

Materials

Officers and Earners

Wage Earners for Machinery foregoing

Clerks

and Repairs Expenses

The chief Raw

Value of Manufactured
Products

Materials ar Clay, Stone, Sand, Shale!
and Cement

109

$8,975,626.73 $3,996,263.63 $,..422,. ,704 .55

$4,475.00

$2,695,924.28 $458,145,70 $7,573,038.16 $8,520,596.13

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

I Superintendents

Foremen

I $26.00 to $125.00

$18.00 to $50.00

I Engineers I $15.00 to $40.00
Ji

I Machinists

I

I $20.00 to $50.00 .
1-

Electricians $20.00 to $50.00

I

Firemen

I $12.00 to $25.00

1- Ordinary Laborers
l $10.00 to $20.00

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'l'ABLE No. 10. l<' oundry, Machines and Generai Repair shops, including Railroad Shops in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1920.

Number of

I

E s tablis hments Capita l

/

Amount spent

for Repa irs Amount of Cos t of Raw

and K ew

Raw Material Ma t erials

I I Numbe r of Employees

Amount paid Amount paio Total of fore- Value of Man-

to Officers to Wage

going Expenses ufactured Pro-

Mach in er y

Used (tons )

\\' hites N egroes T otal and Clerks Earner s

du c ts

197

l$1 7. i16.309.50 1$1.28.2. 746. 95 1900. 000

1$10.155. 473.72 ,8. 07 8 12,5 92 110.670 1$1. 862 ,599.44 1$15.215.234 .691$2 8.516,054.80 1$33. 480.955.56

I Superin en- Fo re m e n de nts

I I . Engi nee rs Machini ~ts

AMOUNTS PAID IN WEEKLY WAGES

I I Electricia ns

Pattern Makers

I I Metal Work ers

Firem e n

I P ainte rs

I Pit Man

$30 . 00 to
$1 25. 00

I$~5to00
$7 5.00

$2;1, 00
I to $80.00

I$30to.00
$50.00

$30.00
I to $65.00

$35. 00
I to $55. 00

I $25.00 to $55.00

I $12.00 to $40 . 00 "

I $1 8. 00 to $38.00

$12.00
I to $35.00

0 f th e ~.07R \\' hite E mployees ,159 were ladles e nt;'aged In office work as cle rks , ste nographers and bookkeepers. Of t he 2.59 2 N egro Employees. 105 w e r e fe males enga.ged &8 clean ers and other work suited to wom en.

I Appre nti ces uo.oo
I to $20.00

A~nn< I TABLE No. 11. Marble and Granite Quaries and some other useful minerals; also Marble Yards in Georgia tor
the Year Ending December 31, 1920.

N umber of

p lants

Capital

for New Ma<- Value of Raw Amount paid

Number of Employees

Amount palt.l Total of fore-

Value of Man-

chinery and Materials

to Officers and to Wage going Expenaea

ufactured Pro-

-

Repairs

Clerks

Earners

Whites \Negroes \Total ducts

113 ~........_.. 1$17,023,066.331$74,204.20

1 $3.082.934.15 1615,09&.30

1$1,787,614.72

$5,5 5.9,858.37 ,2,929 1812

13,741 js8,120,ooo

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

I I I I I Superintend ents Forem en Engineers Machinists Electrician Firem en

e I $25.00 to $125.00

$20.00 to

$75.00

$15.00
I to $40.00

$17.00
I to $45 .00

II . I $20.00 to $4!

$12.00 to
S3o.oo

I I Drillers

Truckers

$12 .00

$10.00

I I I to $3 5. 00

to $1 8.00

I I Stone C~tters Blacksmiths ~ Polishers

$12.00

$17 .00

$:Hl.OO

to $40.00

I

to $35.00

I

to $2 5.00

TABLE NO. 12. Bottiers and Manufacturers of Soft Drinks in Georgia for the Year Ending Decemb er 31, i926 .

Val~e . Number of I \ I I I Plants

Capltal

Amount spent on New Machlnery and Repairs

of Raw Material

Amount paid to Officers a nd Clerks

Amount paid to Wage Earners /

/Val ue of Man-~ N umber of Employees

Total of fore- factured Pro-

going Expenses ducts

White 'Negro !Total

222

.,$34 ,076,306.861$819,686.23

r$1 3.23 0. 549.84

f$450,021,11

fs~o8,103.13

1$15. 308.360.31 1$17.047,677.77

1,04 4 1 590 11.634

Of 125 females employed and Included In the above table on e hundred are ladles employed In th e offices as clerks, lltenographers and bookkeepers.

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TABLE NO. 13. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Carts a n d Materials in Georgia for the Year E ndin g b e cember :h, 1920.

Number of Wage E a rner E

EXPENSES

IValue of

:Number of Establishments

ICapial

Amount paid Amount paid

A mount paid ., - - - - ~--.. Manufactured

Whltes /Negroes/Total to Otricers Jto Wage

/cost of Raw \for Repairs and\Total of fore- Products

55

I 1$3,177,749.93 ,1,147

I 378 11 ,525

Iand Clerks 1$227,154. 50

E ar n e r s

Material

1$1,007,175.35 1 ~1,652,306.13

New Machinery going Expenses

1$28,-737,85

1$2,915,373.83

\.$2,878,406.H

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

I ::hlperintende nt s Forem e n

IE ng ineer s

IMachini s ts \Fire m e n

I I Book k eep e rs Painter s

IWood V.' orkers/ F~remen

!Blacksmiths

I $35. 00 to $1 25.00 $30.00 to $75.00 1$1 7.00 t o $35.001 $1 7.00 t o $50 .001 $1 0.00 to $30.00, $25.00 t o $40 .001 $17. 00 t o $35 .00 1$22.00 t o $5.0. 00 1$17.00 to $35.00 ,$15.00 to $30.00
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TABLE No. 14. Electric Power and Light Plants in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1920.

EXPENSEe

Number of Employees

UTILITIES

Number of Places

Number of Capital and

served by electric Number of

Parts

Surplus

Amount paid Amount paid Amount paid

cars, including Cit- cities, towns,

for New Ma- to Officers to Wage

Total of fore- Whites Negroes Total ies, towns, villages and villages

chinery and and Clerks Earners

going Expenses

stations, rural re- lighted by

-- -~
155

Repairs
1$100,000,000 1$955,937.41 - ~$497;ofll.28
I

1$7,161, 372.07

,8,614,360:7~

\4,908

\5,547

110 ,455

treats and of resort.

I

100

l places Electricity. Several hundred exact numbers not ascertain ed.

MONTHLY PAY OF OFFICIALS AND WAGE EARNERS

s;: I I I I I I I Managers Superinten- Firemen dents

Treas urer

Bookkeeper

Salesmen Clerks

!;:tenograph ers I Eng.inee rs I Machinists

$120.00 to
$420 .00

I $110.00 to $2 50 .00

I $100.00 to

$100 .00
I to $200.00

$125.00
I to $25 0.00

Electricians I Firemen

I Conductors

I Motormen

$100.00 to
$175.00
rILinemen

$7 5 .00
I to $150.00

$60 . 00
I to $180.00

I $85.00 to $175.00

I $90.00 to $200 .00

I Sub-Station Men

I Power-House I Car House Men Men

I I I $95.00 to $200. 00 I $75.00 to $12 5.00 I $7&. 00 to $150.00 I $7 5.00 to $150.00 $95.00 to $175.00 $75.00 to $130.00 $75.00 to $120.00 I $60.00 to $100.00



.
Number of
P lants

TABLE No. 15. Gas Plants in Georgia for the Year Ending Dece mbe r 3( 1920.

Expenses

Capital

Amount Spent
for New Ma chinery and Repair s

Cos t of Materials
Used

Amount paid to OffLce r s and Clerks

Amount paid to Wage
Earn er s

To tal of fore going E x
pensees

Valu e of Products

Number of Wage E a rn e r s

---

18 1$12.545.084 .041 $106.088.97 1 $1.234.754.641 $250,000 oo 1 $750.000 1$2.340.843.61 1$3,473.376.47 1 960

0">

MONTHLY PAY

Ql ------------~------------~.-----------,---------------~-----------.----------~~-----------.-----------

I I I I I I Managers Superintendents Foremen Secretary and Salesmen )Bookkeepers Stenographers Clerks

Treasurer

$100.00 to
$37 5.00

$100.00 to
$225 .00

$100 .00 to
$200. 00

$100.00 to
$175 00

$7 5.00
to $175.00

$9 0.00 to
$175.00

$75.00 to
$140.00

$60.00 U 5 o .oo

TABLE No. 16. Ice Factories in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1920.

Amount spent

Amount paid Amount paid

Number of Employees

Numbe1 of Capital

for New Ma- Cost of Ma- to Officers and to Wage Total of fore- Value of

Plants

and Surplus ch inery a nd terials Used Clerks

Earners

going E xpenses Products

Repairs

Whites \Negroes Total

94

1$10,496,6i7.751 $1.073.368.72 1$1, 848,834 .41 1$362,192.26 1$1.629,762.76 1$4,914.158.15 $5,398.246.04,620

11,088 11,708

AVERAGE WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents Foremen

$25.00 to $80.00
CT> CT>

$1 8. 00 to $50.00

Engineers $17.00 to $47.00

Machinists $18.00 to $55.00

Firem en $1 5. 00 to $30.00

Tru cll: ers or
Drivers $12.00 to $30.00

Other Laborers $10.00 to $25.00

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TABLE No. 17. Other Manufactures and Utilities in Geo rgla for the Year Ending December 31, 1920.

;,

Expenses.

..... "' ...,. ..., ., ., .r."..1.' .;

. ., . Kind ot
Eetabllshments

0 .s.:.:

-.. ""'' .., ..,, ., ., ., ., ., ., ., ., .., .S".C'CE.Ici)

... ., s s ... "' ".s", ".", ".s", ".s", z., 3 z:::~=

Caul tal.

::a;'!S..',.
.il:, sa:S:
z;.. 0~~
... .s::a:s-
~ () ~ C)

icii
aS ~
....
0
., od (/)
"0 ::l

Ill
.>: .0..

"~'~5

.,;

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0

it::

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0 0

2~

iii

s::
aS

i: r.1

::l

0 bO

aS

crl ~

1s:1:0 0
to)

..0.. ....

,;

0 Isl::l

iii

..0..

~
''

Highest Weekly Wages Lowest Weekly ~ ages.

Number of

Whites

Negroes

Whites Negroes

Employees

Value ot Products.
i"ii'
::'!

"'

iii

Ill

iii ::;!

a"; '
s

"'
iii

::'!

Ill
iii

Ill
iii ::'!

Ill

Ill

iii

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0 to)

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l I /' I J Buaokneerireless, , CCoanntedci-es . 203I/$ 6.717 ,135.80I/$223,509.37\S 6,650,130.57I$517,360.98I$1,341,605.40/$ 8, 732,606.32 $12,454,837.57 t4o0.00/$2t0o.00/$2t0o.001$ t5o.001$1t0o.00 1$ t8o.001$ t6o.001' t4o.001 1,4471 236 1,683

and Ice Cream. . .

I

1$105.001$36.001$35.00 $ 6.00 $25.00 $10.00 $10.00 5.00

I

I \ I I I I I I' I' I BCarrarteelss,, SBtoaxveess, etc. 91$ 4,005,192.63 $156,332.30 $ 3,615.281.451I$322,245.81 $1,836,392.89 $ 5, 930,252.45 $ 7,066,946.74 t5o0.001

1$21.00,$18.00I1$12 .001

9.25 2.501 956 /1,406 2,362

II

.

I

I

I

$164.00

I

II

~85,956.00\1$ Brooms 00 . : .. 00 00 001 261$ 25o,ooo.ool$ 11,775.oo/$ 201,207.ool$ 26, 744.oo/$ 107,045.oo/$ 346, 771.oo/,

00 :goolufC. \$3o .oo\, s.ool$2s .oo\u5 .oo\$2o.ool s.ool 551 sol 145

I I I I I I 'I I I' 1' 1 I I I ,. I I I I 62 50 25 00
Canning Plants ... \ 511$ 683,500.00 $237,&04.47\$ 505,619.97 $ 67.150.00 $ 601,871.76 $ 1, 412,146.20 $ 1,648,113.37 $ 75..00 $30..00 $26.0 0 $12.00 $15.00 $ 7.00 $12.00 5.00 1,500 500 2,000 &;

I I I I \ I I I' I' f I I I 95o,ooo. oo\~$30. ool$ Clp.rs & Tobacco .\' 571\$ 2M,ooo.oo11$ 2,ooo.oo\$ 45o,ooo.oo\$ 75,ooo.ool$ 2so. ooo.ool$ 807,ooo.oo\$

6.ool$ 6.ool$ 8.oo l$ 8.ool $ 6.ool &.ool 3sol 1sol 570

j Falnodur M&ilGlsriMst aMkimngs 12221$ 6,638,442.911$315 ,2 79 .50\$15,780,410.42 $49 5,940.23 $1,065,924.30 $17, 847,554.45 $21,787,160.77 2too.ool $30.00 lu2to.ool

.,, t8o.ooj

t8o00

1,200 700 1,900

Other Food Stuffs 1 1-

1

I

I

.



$ 75.00

$20.00

;.$:..::c15:.:..::.coo+---+'c::1.::.c5.~0.:.:0ct---+---:--+--

7!~~~uri;o~~;lu~ng 1 1

1

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TABLE No. 18. Comparison as to Percentage of Increa. se between Georgia. -and some great Manufacturing States

that have more Capital invested in Manufactures and Jar g Values of Manufa ctured Products.

I I I Georgia is placed first be-~
cause that State Is compared
j I wit h Sta t es from other sec-

1899 to 1914 Capital 1 Value of

1899 to 1904 Capital iValue of

1904 to 1909 -

1909 to 1914

Capital

Value of --;C::-a-p----:i7 ta~l:--:----::V;:;a--:l,-u-e~of

tions

Products

!Products

Products

Products

GEORGIA ...... .. ... . . . .. . Michigan . . . . .. .... . .. ..... . Ind iana .. .. .. . . . ... ... . .. . . Ohio . .... ..... . . .... ...... . New J ersey ... . ... . . ..... . Illinois . . . .. . .... . . . . . . . . . . . "Wisconsin . . . . . ... . ... . .. . . . New York . . .. . ... . . .. ... . . Pennsylvania . ... ... . . .. .. . Connectlcutt . . ... . ... . .. .. . Massachusetts .. .. .. . .. ... . Rhode Island ............. .

22&.7% 225.8% 20 4. 9% 193 % 183 .3% 165.2% 163.6% 118.7% 111.6% 107 % 96.8% 74.4%

167.9% 239.7% 116.8% 138 % 154.3% 100-4.% 112.7% 103 % 132.2% 73.1% 80.9o/o 68.8%

70.5% 36.8% 42.3% 50.1% 49.8% 33.2% 44.3% 33.3% 37.7% 24 .8% 23.6% 22 %

I 59.8% 34.2% 16.9% 28.3% 40 % 25..8 % 25.. 8% 32.9% 18.5% 17.1% 23.8% 22.1%

50 % 72.8 % 95 % 51.7% 36.5% 58.6% 46.5% 36.8% 37.7% 38. 6 % 32.5% 34.7%

34.3% 36.a% 46.9% 49.6% 47.9% 36 % 43.5% 35.4% 34.3% 32 % 32.6% 38.7%

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STATE LABOR BUREAUS IN 'J'HE UNITED STATES.

LOC A T IO N

TITLE

CHIE F OF FICER.

ADDRESS

Distr ict of Columbi& Department of Laoor . ... . . ... . .-:-. . . . . .. . . . . .. . Wm. B. Wilson . . ... ....... Washington

Alabama . .... ... . . Child Welfar e Department . ... . .. ... . . .. .. . .. . Mrs. L. B. Bush .. . .. . .. . .. . Montgomery

Arkansas . .. . ..... Bureau of Labor and Statistics . . . .. . ........ . . Thomas A. Wilson ...... . . Little Rock

California . ... . . ... Bureau of Labor Statistics . .. ... ... .. . . . . . .. .. . John P . McLaughlin : .... ... San Francisco

Colorado .... ...... Bureau of Labor Statist ics . .. .. . . ... . .... .. .... W. L. Morrissey .. . . .. . . . . Denver

Connecticut .. . . . : . Department of Labor and F actory Inspection ... William S. Hyde . . . .. .. . . . Hartford

Dala-w:are . ... . . . .. Labor Commission .. ..... . . . . .. .... . . . .... . . .. J. Edgar ,Rhodes .. . ... . . .. Wilmington
Florid:a ..... .. ...,. Labor Inspector .. .. .......... ....... .. . _. . .... J. c. Privett .. .. .... .. . ... Jacksonville

Georgia ....... . .. Department of Commerce and Labor .. . . . .. . . H. M. Stanley .... . . . . . . . . , Atlanta

Idaho .. . . . .... . . .. Labor Commission .... .. . . .. .. . . .. .. .... ..... W. J . McVety . . . . . . . . . . . . . oise

Illinois .. . .. .. . .. .. Department of Labor .. ... . ....... . . . . . .. . .. .. , Barney Cohen ... . . ... . . ... Springfield m Indiana . ... . ... ... Industrial Board ... : ... . . .. ...... ... .. . . . ...... Samuel R. Artman . . . .. . .. Indiano~o~is

co Iowa . ... . . ... . .. .. Bureau of Labqr Statistics . . . .. . ..... ... . . .. . .. A. L. Urick . . ......... . .. .. Des Momes

Kansas . ....... . . . Depar tment of Labor and Industr y ........ ..... J . H. Crawford .... .. .. .. . . Topeka

Kentucky .. . . . . . . . Bureau of Labor, Agriculture and Statistics ... . W. C. Hanna . .... . ........ Frankfort

Louisiana ... . ... . 1 Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics . . .... Frank E . Wood ... . ... . .... New Orleans Mlaine . . .. .. . . .. . . Depar tm ent of Labor and Industry . . ... . . .. . . .. Ros coe A. Eddy . . .. ... .... ,Augusta

Ma r yland . ....... . Board of Labor and Statistics . . . .. .. . . . .. ... . _. Charles J. Fox .. . .... .. . .. Baltimore

Massachusetts .... . Department of Labor and Industries . .. . . . . . .... E. Leroy Sweetser , .... ... . Boston

Michigan ........ . . Department of Labor ... . . . . . ... . . . .. . .. . . . .. . . R. H. Fletcher . .. ...... .. . Lansing

Minnesota . .... . . . . Depar tment of Labor and Indust r ies . . . . .. ... .. . John P. Gardiner .. .. _..... St. P aul

Mississippi .. . ... .. :Jepartment of F actory Inspection ... . .. .... .... A. B. Hobbs .. . . . . . ... . .... Jackson

Missouri ......... . Bureau of Labor Statistics .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. . . .. William H. Lewis . . . ...... .

Montana . ... ...... Depar tment of Labor and Industries ..... .. ... .. W. J . Swindlehurst ..... . . . Helena

Nebraska . ... . ... .. Depar t ment of Labor . ....... . . ... .... .... , , , . , Frank A. Kennedy . ....... . Lincoln

Nevada ... . .. . .. .. Labor Commission .... .......... . ...... . . , . . .. Frank W. Ingram . ... .. . . , . uarson City

New Hampshire ... Bureau of Labor . . ......... . ............ .. . ... , John S. B. Davie ....... ... Concora

New Jersey ... .. ... Department of Labor . ........ . .. . .... .... . . . . Lewis T. Bryant .. .. ...... Trenton

New York ..... .... Industrial Commission . . .. . . . . .... .. ..... ... . . _

New York

North Carolina .. . . Department of Labor and Printi ng . .. . .. . . . ... . . [M. L. Shipman . ...... , . , , , Raleigh

North Dakota . . . . .. Department of Agriculture and L abor .. ......... J. N. Hagan .............. Elsmarck

Ohio . . .... . .. .. . . . Industrial CommissiDner .. . . ... . .... . .... .. .... T. J. Duffy .. .. ..... . ... .. .

Oklahoma . . .. . .... Departments of Labor . ... ..... . . . . . .. . ... . . . .. C. E. Connally .. ..... . . . .. Oklahoma City

Oregon . . .. ... . . . .. Bureau of Labor . ... . . . .. . .. ....... ....... _. C. H. Gram ....... . ... .. . . . Salem

Pennsylvania .. . ... Departm'ent of Labor and In dus t y . . ... . ...... . Clifford B. Connelley . . . . . . f.larrisburg

Philippine Islands .. Bureau of Labor .... . . . .. ........ . . . . .. ...... Faustino Aguilar . . . .... . .. Manila

Porto Rico . ....... Department of Labor . . . .. .. . .. . .. .... .. . ... . . Manuel Camunas . . ........ San Juan

Rhode Island ...... Bureau of Labor .. . . . . . . .......... .. . _. ....... George H. W ebb .......... Pr ovi den ce

South Carolina ... . Dep't. Agriculture, Commerce and Industr ies . ... B. Harris . . ... . ... ....... .. Columbia

South Dakota ... . .. Industrial Commission . .. . ...... . ... . ... . ..... Charles McCaffree . .. ...... Pierre

Tennessee .. . .... .. Department of Workshop and Factory Inspection F . E . Mayer ..... ..... ...... Nashville

Texas ... .. .. ..... . Bureau of Labor Statisti cs . . . . . . .......... . . . . T . C. Jennings ....... . . ... Austin

Utah . ......... . . .. Industrial Cmnmission ..... .. . ..... ..... . .. .... P . A. Thatcher ............ Sa lt Lake City

Vermont . . ..... . .. Commission of Industries .. . ... .. ... ..... . .... . John S. Buttles . .. . : . .... .. Montpelier

Virginia .. ..... .. . . Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics . .. . John Hirschberg : . ........ Richmond

Washington ... . .. . Bureau of Labor . .......... . .. . . . ... - . .. .... C. H. Younger ... ..... ..... Olympia

...;J West Virginia . .. . . Bureau of Labor ... .... . .. . . ..... . ... _. . .... . . Samuel B. Montgomery .... Charleston

o Wisconsin ...... ... Industrial Commission .... ...... .. ........ ... . George P . Hambrecht . . ... Madison

- - Wyoming

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C. Hoffman

... .... Cheyenne. -'----......:--~----

CITY

CO MM ERC I AL ORGANIZATIONS I N GEO RGi A
STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE -
President, D. B. Bra ntl ey.
Secretar y, F. H. Abbot.
CITY AND COUNTY ORGAN~IZ~A.::T::..:I:.O.::..:--NS.::..:_ _ _ _ __ __

_ _ _ __ __

COUNTY .

OR GA N I Z A T I O N .

P RESIDE NT

SECRE TARY

Adel . . ... ... ... . .... Cook . . ... .. ... . . . .. . Chamber of Commerce .. . . . . J . H . Kennon ...... .. J . J . Parrlsy

Albany . ... ... . . ..... - Douglierty . . : ..... ... Chamber of Commerce ... ... H. A. T a rver . .. . .. . . Jno. H . Mock

Americus . . ..... ... .. Sumter . . ....... . .. .. Chamber of Commerce . .. . . . R. E . Allison .. . . . .. .. J oe P erkins

Athen:s . . .... .. . ..... Clarke .. . . . . . ... . ... . Chamber of Commerce ... . . . A. Rhodes . .. ..... . .. . E. W. Carroll

Atlanta . . . . .... .. .... Fulton . . . ....... ..... Chamber of Commerce . . .. . . Lee Ashcraft . . . . .. . .. Chas. E. Robertson

Atlanta . .. ... . .... . .. F ulton .. ... . . . .... . . . Junior Chamber of Com-

merce .. .. . . .. ... .. . . . . Jno. L. Westmoreland . . . . .. . .. .. . ........ .

Augusta . .. . ........ .. Richmond . . .......... Board of Commer ce . . .. . .. . W. B. Pier ce ... . . . . . . H . A . Wheeling

;:::: Bainbridge .... . .. . .. . Decatur ........ . , . : . . Board of Trade .... . ... .. .. J. G. Garrett . ... . .. .. . A. C. Soule, Jr.

Barnesville . . . .. . .. . .. Lamar ...... . .. . ... .. Board of Tra de .. . .. .. ..... W. B. Smith ... ....... W. W. Steed

Boston . ... . .. . . .. .... Thom as ......... . ... . Chamber of Commerce. . . .. _ W. E . Nichols ... . .... H . C. Roger s

Brunswick . . . . .. . . . . . Glyn n . . . .... ... . ..... Board of Trade . ...... ... . . J . W . Simmons . . .. . .. F. G. Warde

Buford ... . .... . .. ... . Gwinnett ............ _ Chamber of Commerce ... . _ E. A. Wilbank s .. .. . . W . 0. Sh adburn

Buen a Vista . .... . .... Mar ion . . . ... . . . . .... Board of Tra de . . .... .. .... Geo. R. Lowe ........ W. 0 . Amyett Cairo .. . . ... . ........ Grady .. .. .. . ......... Board of T rade ..... ... .. . . W. B. Ro ddenberry : . . G. W . W ilson



Camilla ..... . . . .. . ... Mitchell . . ... ........ . Chamber of Commer ce . . .. _ J. M. Butler ..... . .... W . E . Hugh es

Canton . .. . . : . . : . .. . . . Cher okee . . . ... ... .. . Board of Trade . .. . .. .... .. E. A. McCanless ... . .. J . .P . Rudo sill

Carrollton .. .. .. . ..... Carroll ....... _.. . .... Board of T r ade ... .. .. .... . J. W . Gri ffi n ... .. . . .. R . E. Steed

Cartersville ... . ...... Bar tow ...... . ... . . . . Chamb er of Commer ce ... - Jos. S. Calhoun .. : . . . G. H . W oodson, Jr.

Cedartown .... . . . .. . . Polk .. . .. . .. . . .. .. . . . Chamber of Commerce .... _ F. D. Noble .......... E . L. H ender son

Chatsworth . .... . .. . . Murray .. ..... . ..... . Chamber of Com mer ce ... . _ J. A Nyb erg . . . . . . T. E. Green

Clarkesville . ... . .... . H aber sh am . .. . ... . ... Chamb er of Commerce .... _ W. S. Irw in . ... . . . .. . F. M. Reeve

Columbus . ..... ... .. . Muscogee ............ Chamb er of Commer ce ... . _ .. .. : ... . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . S. A. Spivey

C ommerce .. . ...... . . Jack s on . . .... .. ... ... Board of Tra de . . ... .. .... . P . T . H arber . . .. .. . . . G. L . Car son

Conyers . . .. . . . .... . . . Rockd ale . . .......... _ Board of Trade . .......... . R. D. H ewlett .. . .... . Brown Tyler

Cordele . . ... ..... .. . . Crisp .... . .. ... ..... . Board of Trade .. . . . ... .... Cecil S. Jones .. . . ... . A. S. Bussey

City

COUNTY

I ORGANIZATION

PRESIDENT

SECRETARY

Cornelia .. ..... . . .... Habersham .. ... ... .. Chamber of Commerce ... . _ Wm. Everhart ...... .. J. L. Roper Crawfordville .... .... Taliaferro ... ...... . . . Board of Trade .. .. . .. ... . . J. A. Beazley ..... . .. Hawes Cloud
Dallas ..... . . ....... . Paulding ............ . Chamber of Commerce . . .. - S. W. Ragsdale ...... W. S. Burns Dawson .............. Terrell ... ... . . . ... ... Chamber of Commerce ... . _ J . D. W eaver .. ..... . _ ..................
Decatur .... ..... .. .. . DeKalb . ..... .. . . .. .. Board of Trade . . . . ....... . C. D. McKinney ...... Mrs. L. E. Smith Douglas ... ....... _.. . Coffee . . ............. Chamber of Commerce . . .. _ T. S. Price ..... ..... Fred Ri ckerson
Doug!asville . ..... ... . Douglas .. ........ . . . . Board of Tra de ............ J. P. Lawson .. .. .. .. . J. M. Harding Dublin . . ... .......... Laurens ............ . Chamber of Commerce .. .. _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N. G. Bartlett. ...: Ellijay . ...... ...... .. Gilmer .... ...... . .. .. Board of Trade .. .... .. . ... N. L. Tankerley .. . .. . W. K. Reese ~ Fairburn ... ........ .. Campbell .......... . . Chamber of Commerce .... - W. H. McLarin .... .. R: F. Jones
Fitzgerald . .. .- .. ... . . . Heu Hill ...... ..... - Chamber of Commerce ... - J. H. Mayes .......... W. A. Adams Folkston .... . ... .. . . _ Charlton . .. . . ..... ... Chamber of Commerce ... . _ B. F . Scott .. .... . . .. D. Williams
Fort Valley .... . .. .. . Houston .... . . ..... . . Chamber of Commerce .... - A. C. Riley .. . ... ... . J. D. .Kendrick Gainesville ...... ... .. Hall ..... .... . ....... Chamber of Commerce . ... _ Sandy Beaver .... .. .. H erbert Tabor
Greenville . . .... . ..... Meriwether . . .... .. .. Chamber of Commer ce . .. . W. L. Howell . . . . . . . . . ........... . . .. .. . . Griffin . ... . .... ..... Spalding . .. .. .... . ... Board of Trade .. ..... ..... W. H. Beck . .. ... .... W. B. Royster Hartwell ....... .. . .. . Hart . , ........ . ...... Chamber or Commerce .... - A. N. Alford .......... L. L. Morris
Hinesville . .. .. ...... . Liberty . ... ....... ... Chamber of Commerce . ... _ R. M. Martin . . . . . . . . . ...... ..... ...... . . Jackson .... ......... . Butts .. ............. . Chamber of Commerce . . . . - J. M. Gaston . . . . . . . J. D. Jones Jefferson /.. ... ..... . . Jackson _.. . .. ....... . Board of Trade .. .... . ..... W. H. Smith ..... ... . J. M. Richardson
Jeffersonville .... .. .. Twiggs ......... .. ... Chamber of Commerce .... - J . G. Backmore ..... . A. K. Smith
LaFayette ...... ... -Walker . . .. ......... . Chamber of Commerce . .. - W. B. Shaw .. . ....... D. W. Herndon LaGrange ...... .. ... . Troup ..... .. . ..... ... Chamber or Commerce . ... _ WJ. A. Reeves . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . ....... . . . Lavonia ........... ... Franklin . . .......... Board of Trade ..... . . .. .. . E . R. McMurry ...... G. H. Pruitt Macon .. . ... ... ...... Bibb ... ......... .. . .. Chamber of Commerce .. .. _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Roger Miller
Madison .. .. . .. . . ... . Morgan ....... .- ...... Board of' Trade ............ Lee Trammell .... .. .. G. M. Furlow

Manchester . . ... ... . . Meri wether . . .. . _.... Chamber of Commer ce .. . . _ I. H. Davis . . .. .. : . .. I. N.. Johnson
Mar ietta .. .. . . . .. . ... Cobb ..... . .... .. ... . Chamber of Commerce ... - J. W. Hancock . . . . . . . ... .. . .. ... ... . .. . . Metter . .... .... . .. ... Candler .. .. ..... . .. . Chamber of Commerce . ... _ G. L. Williams . . . . . . . . . .. ..... ...... . .. . .
Milltown ............ _ Lanier ...... . ........ Chamber of Co!llmerce ... . _ R. L. Patten . . . ...... . E. D. Rivers
Monroe ........ . .. ... Walton . - .. .. ....... . Board of Trade .. . ..... . . . . A. C. Kelley ..... . . .. A. B. Mobley Montezuma ...... . .. Macon ...... ..... .... Chamber of Commerce . .. . _ W. H. McKenzie . . . . . . . ... .. . . . ... . . . .. . .
Moultrie ........... .. Colquit .... . .. ... . .. Chamber of Commerce . . . . _ F. P. Pidock . ... . . . ... E. B. Caldwell
Nashville . . . . . .. : . ... Berrien . .. ..... ...... Chamber of Commerce . .. - J. B. Luke .... . ..... R. H. Wheeless Newnan .. .... . ... . . . . Coweta . ... . ....... .. Chamber of Commer ce . .. . _ M. B. Mooney . . . . . . . . . ... . .......... ... . Quitman .. .. ....... . . Brooks . ... . . ... . ... .. Chamber of Commerce .... _ S. J. Faircloth . . .. . ... H. C. Barnes Reidsvill e . .. .... . . . . . Tattnall ..... .. . . _.. .. Chamber of Commerce ... . . _ Jas. W. Smith .. ... ... J. _Ray Capps Rome ....... . . . . ..... Floyd .. .. . .. ... . ... :. Chamber of Commer ce .. . . _ Jno. W . Vandiver . . . . Lester C. Bush
St. Marys .......... .. Camden .... ...... .. .. Board of Trade .. ... . .... . . J. M. Becker .... . .... Jas. I. Vocelle Sandersville . . .... . ... Washington . ..... .. .. Chamber of Commerce ... - J. E. Johnson . . . .. . . . W. A. McCarty Savannah .. . ...... ... Chatham ...... ..... . . Board of Trade .. ... . . . .. . . Chas. G. E dwards ... . Thomas Purse .
Social Circle . . . ...... Walton ... .. ......... Board of Tra de .. . . . . . ... .. Jno. T. Mitchell ...... J. L. Newton -l Sparks : . ........ .... Cook . .. . ...... , . .. . . Board of Trade ..... . . ..... J. S. Sirmans . ...... . P. N. Whitehurst ~ Statenville . ... .. .. . . _ Echols ...... . . ..... .. Chamber of. Commerce .... . E. G. Prescott . . . .... . L. D. Hughes .
Statesboro .... . ...... Bulloch . . ... . ...... . . Board of Trade .. . .... . . . .. S. T. Grimshaw . . . . . . . ........ .. . . . .. . .. .
Summerville . . . ...... Chattooga . .. ...... .. . Chamber of Comm erce ... . . G. D. Espy . .. .. .... .. L. c. Smith
Thomaston .. .. . . .. ... Upson . . . ... . .... .. .. Board of Trade . . . .. . . .. ... S. Y : P r uitt .. . . . . . . . . W. E . Adams
Thomasville . .. . ... . .. Thomas . .. . .. . ...... . Chamber of Commerce . . . . . F. B. Harris ..... . ... W. M. Parker iThomson . ..... . ..... McDuffie . . ....... . . .. Board of Trade . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .... . . ... . .. . . .. _ R. J . Johnson
Tifton . . ..... ... ..... T ift .. . .. . . . .. . .. ... . Board of Trade .... . . . . .... H. H . Hargrett . . . .. .. W. E. Algee !I'occoa .. . .. . .. . .. . .. Stephens ...... . ..... Board of Trade .. ... . . ..... Dr. C. L. Ayers . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . .. ... .
Union City . ... . .. . ... Campbell . ........... Board of Trade ... . .. . . .. .. E. T. Nolen .... . .... . Walter Cowart Valdosta ...... . ...... Lowndes .... . . . . ..... Chamber of Commerce .... . J. T. Mathis . ..... . . . J . M. Ashley Warrenton . ....... _.. Warren ... . . .. ...... . Board of Trade .. . .. . .. . .. . E. E. L ee ... . .. .... . J. T. Wilhoit Washington ... . . . . . . . WHkes ..... . .... . . _. Chamber of Commerce .. .. . K. A. Wilbert .. . . .... Blish Breland
Wlaycross .. . ......... Ware . . . . . .. ..... . . .. Chamber of Commerce .. . . . H. D. Brown .. . ... . ... C. C. Thomas
Winder .. . ... . ..... . . Barrow ... . .. . .. . .... Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. M. Ferguson Woodbury . .......... Meriwether . . . .... _. . Board of Trade ........... . Bion Williams . . ... ... Chas. S. Reid.

Industrial Plants of Georgia

BAGGING, BACKBANDS, TIES Carrollton Baking Co., Inc., Car-

Columbus Bagging & Tie Co., Co lumbus.
E;stes Manufacturing Co., Union
City. Friedlaender, Julius & Co., Colum-
bus. Hutcheson, C. H., Griffin McRitchie T. B. & Co., Newnan. Redwine Bros., Fayetteville. Riv erside Manufacturing Co., Au
gusta. Savannah Bag Co., Savannah.
vannah.
Smith, M. r:i. & H. L. Tent & Awn
lng Co., Atlanta.

rollton. Cason Candy Co., Ma;con. City Bakery, Cochran. City Bakery, Dahlonega. City Bakery, Fort Valley. City Bakery, Hawkins ville. City Bakery, Homerville. City Bakery, LaGrange. City Bakery, Milledgeville. City Bakery, Sylvester. Claussen, H. H . Co., Augusta. Claxton Bakery, Claxton. Columbus Candy Kitchen, Colum-
bus.
Conida Chocolate Mfg. Co., Savannah.

BAKERIES, CANDY, CRACKERS, ICE 'CREAM, CONFECTIONERY
ETC.

Costa, Joseph Co., Athens. Craig's Bakery Columbus. Currahee Candy Co., Toccoa. Dalton Bakery, Dalton.

Americus Bakery, Americus.

Dawson Bak ery, Dawson.

Arnold, Abney Co., Athens.

Derst, John, Savannah.

Arrowsmith's Bakery, Fort Valley. Dixie Bakery, Marietta.

Athens Candy Kitchen, Athens.

Douglas Bakery, Douglas.

Atlanta Baking Co., Atlanta.

Eatonton Candy Kitchen, Eatonton.

Bagley, X. H., Newnan.

Eatonton Creamery, Eatonton.

Bake-Rite Bakery, Augusta.

European Bakery, Atlanta.

Bake-Rite Bakery, LaGrange.

Everidge Bakery, Columbus.

Ball, Geo., Savannah. Balsey, C. A., Waycross. Barker System Bakeries, Macon. Barnesville Bakery, Barnesville. Bart, Chas. A., Savannah. Bart, E. M., Savannah. Bazanos, E. Milledgeville. Bennett Candy Co., Tifton. Benson's Bakery, Athens. Benson's Bakery, Marietta. Blackshear Bakery, Gainesville. Block, Frank E. Co., Atlanta. Bluest ein's Bakery, Brunswick. Boston Bakery, Boston. Boyce Bros., Columbus. Boyd's Bakery, Washington. Bradbury Candy Co., Athens. . Breedlove, S. B., Valdosta. Brickle, G. A., Elberton. . Brower Candy Co., Atlanta. Brun swick Candy Co., Brunswick. Burke's Bakery, Eatonton. Butler Bakery Augusta.

Faber's Steam Bakery, Brunswick. Famous Candy Co., Albany. Federal Bakery, Atlanta. Federal Bakery, Augusta. Federal Bakery, Brunswick.
Federal Bakery, Macon. Federal Bakery, Valdosta. Fisher's Bakery, Millen.
Flowers Baking Co., Thomasville. Folkston Bakery, Folkston. Fort Valley Candy Kitchen, Fort
Valley.
Garrison-Cook Co., Macon. Garrow's Candy Co., Atlanta. Gary, J . G. Savannah.
Gate City Ice Cream Co., Atlanta. Geeslin Ice Cream Co., Dublin. Georgia Candy Co., Athens.
Georgia-Carolina Dairy Products Co., Augusta.
Gluten's Bakery, Atlanta. Griffin Bakery, Griffin.
Griffin Candy Co., Griffin. Griffin Ice Cream Co., Griffin.

Carlisle & Ward, Griffin.

Hanneman's Bakery, Atlanta.

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s ea.&oard Baggi ng & Tie Co., Sa-
Harl ee, Marion, Atlanta. Harrison's Bakery, Bainbridge.
Helfrich, J no.. E., Savannah. Hermes Sani t ar y Bak er y, Savan-
nah. Hicks, L. F., Savannah. Holman-Do ter Co., Griffin. Hollingsworth Candy Co., Augusta. Home Bakery, Augus ta. Home Bakery, Waycross. Horovitz, R., Savannah. Howard, T. H. Bakery, Black shear.
Humphries, D. M. & Son, yvaynesboro.
Isaac's Bak ery, Cordele. Jesup & Antrim, Atlanta. Keeling's Bakery, Atlanta.
Kessel's Baker y, Augusta. Kin nett Ice Cr eam Co., Columbus. Kn ight's Baker y, Valdosta. Knorpp's Bakery, Fitzgerald. Kraft, J ., Sav:annah. Kretzer , Geo. Baker y, Fitzgerald. Lafferty's Bak er y, Dublin. Lewis, T. S. & Co., Atlanta. Litm an, I.. Savannah.
Macris Bros., Cordele. Magnolia Candy Co., Atlanta. Manon Candy Co., Fitzgerald.
Marshall Ice Cream Co., Albany. Mastopoulos, P., Sava nnah. Mathews Candy Co., Macon. Mau Baker y, Atlanta. McCord-Stewart Co., Atlanta. Melts Bakery, Macon . Merk el Baker y, Macon. Mill s-McCarm ack Can dy Co., Inc.,
Albany.
Mitch ell & W a lker , Cairo. Model Br ead Co., Ameri cus . Montezu ma Baker y, Montezuma. Moore. Geo., Ice Cream Co., Atlan
t a. Mo ultrie Bakery, Moultrie.. Moul trie Creamery . Co., Moultrie.
Muller, W. A., Savannah. New South Bakery, Atlanta. Newnan Baking Co., Newnan. Nagel's Bakery, Dawson.
Nogel's Bakery, Moultrie. Norris & Co., Inc., Atlanta. Nugent. Thos., Savannah. Nunn ally Co., Atlanta.
Odoll) Ice Cream Co., Macon. Otto, Geo., Augusta. Perfection Ice Cream Co., Brunswick.
Prather, H . D. D., Athens. Price-Gr ace Mfg. Co., Albany. Purity Ice Cream Co., Macon .

Purity Ice Cream Co., Rome. Quitman Bakery, Quitman. Raws on, C. W., Albany.
Reese, J . H ., Atlanta. Riley, Mrs. Co., Savannah. Rockmart Bakery, Rockmart. Ro ger s, L. W. Co., Atlanta. Rome Steam Bakery, Rome. Ro ssell Candy Co., Augusta.
Rounfield Ice Cream Co., Augusta. Rossville Bakery, Rossville. ' 'Royal Bakery, Savannah . Rucker Bakery, Albany.
Salios Candy Kitch en, Elberton. Sanitary Steam Baking Co., Cedar-
town. Sava nnah Candy Co., Savannah. Schafer 's Bakery, Savannah. Schlessin ge r & Meyer Baking Co.,
Atlanta. Schlesinger. H . L., Atlanta. Schwartz, Fred, Savannah. Sears Sanitary Bakery, Dublin. Sears Sanitary Bakery, Macon. S!lverman Bakery, Atlanta.
Simpson, H . J . & Co., Statesboro. Skelton Bros. Bakery, Athens.
Smith Candy Kitchen, Tifton. Sophie Mae Candy Co., Atlanta. South ern Candy Mfg. Co., Augusta. Southl and Cand y Co., Columbus. Stam er s' B~ kery, Dublin. Standard Bak er y. Cord ele. Stanford Bros., Car tersville. State boro Bakery, Statesboro. stewart, W. L .. Va ldosta. Ston e, F. 0 . Baking Co., Atlan ta. Stringer Bros.. Gain esville. Sugar Bowl. Albany.
Sugar Bowl. Moultrie. Tallapoosa Bakery, T allapoosa . T ay;lor's Bakery, Cartersville.
Thomaston Bakery. Thomaston. Thomson Bakery, Thomson. T!lden . Vann ie, Atlanta.
Tuno Peanut Butter Co.. Atlanta. Valdos ta Candy Kitch en , Valdosta. Veri Best Bakery, W ashington. Very's Candy Co., Fit zgerald. Vidalia Bakery, Vidalia. Vienna Baker y, Brunswick. Vienna Bakery, Vienna.
Warneck , Vol . H ., Savannah. Washington Can dy Kitchen, Augus-
ta. Waycross Bakery, Waycross. Waycross Ice Cream Co., Way-
cross. West End Bakery, Atlanta. White Bakery, Hartwell.
Whitehall Ice Cream Co., Atlanta.

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Whitehouse Baking Co., Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Dublin.

White Seal Bakery, Eatonton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Wbitewa y Bak ery, Bainbridge. - Chero-Cola Bottlin g Co.,

Wbiteway Baker y, Griffin .

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Wiley Co., Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Wi.Jliams Bakery, Hawkinsville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Wilson & Brooks, Athens.

ley.

Winches t er-Moore Co., Macon.

Chero-Cola

Wizard System Bakeries, Albany.

ville.

Zakas Bakery, Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Griffin.

Chero-Cola Eottlin g Co., Hawkins

BOTTLERS AND SOFT DRINK ville.

MANUFACTURERS.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Hine!~v.IIIA'

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Acme Ice & Bottling Works, Macon.

ville.

Ashburn Bottling Works, Ashburn. Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Askew, Frank, Union Point.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Atlanta Bottling Works, Atlanta.

Ch ero-Cola Bottling Co., Madison.

Atlanta Ice Bottling Co., Atlanta. Ch ero-Cola Bottlin g Co.,

Atlanta Tripure W a ter Co., Atlanta.

ter.

Bainbridge Bottling Works, Ba in- Ch ero-Cola Bottlin g Co., McRae.

b r idge.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Baldwoski, G. H ., Augusta.

vill e.

Barron, F . S., Cedartown.

Chero-Cola

Baxley Bottling Co., Baxley.

Ch ero-Col a

Blount .& William s, Senoia.

rna.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Moultrie.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Augusta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Newnan.

Bludwin e Bottling Co., Elberton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Richlan4.

Bludwin e Bottling Co., Macon.

Chero-Cola Bottlin g Co., Rome.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Rome.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Savannah.

Bludwine Co., (Syrup), Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Sparta.

Bowdon Springs Co, Lithia Springs. OheroiCola Bottling Co'., Sprill&'-

Brown Bottling Works, Toccoa.

fi eld.

Chatha m Bottling Co., Savannah. Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Ch ero-Cola Bottlin g Co., Albany.

ro.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Americus. Chero-Col a Bottling Co., Stillmore.

Chero-Cola Bottli ng Co., Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co.,

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Atlanta.

ville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Augu sta. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Swains-

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Bain-

boro.

bridge.

Ch ero-Cola Bottling Co., Svlvanfa.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Blakely.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Talbotton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cairo.

Ch ero-Cola Bottling Co., T ennille.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Camilla.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Thomas-

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Canton.

ton.

Chero-Col a Bottling Co., Carrollton. Chero-Cola Bottlin g Co.,

Ch ero-Cola Bottling Co., Carters-

v ill e .

ville.

Chero-Cola Bot tling Co., Thomson.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Columbus. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Tifton.

Ch.er o-Cola Bottlin g Co., Cordele.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Valdosta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Covington. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Vidalia.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cuthbert. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Wadley.

Chero-Cola Bottlin g Co., Dalton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., WashiDI"

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Dawson.

ton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Donaldson- Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Waycross.

ville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Waynel-

Ch er o-Cola Bottling Co., Douglas.

boro.

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Chero-Cohi. Bottling Co., West

Point.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Wrights-

ville.

'

Chi pley Bottling Works, Chipley.

Cliff Rock Springs Bottling Co., At-

. lanta.

Climax Bottling Co., Columbus.

Coca Cola Co., Atlanta.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Alban) .

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Ameri-

cus. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Arling-

ton. Coca Cola Bottling W:orks, Athens.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Atlan-

ta. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Augus-

ta.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Bain-

bridge.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Ball

Ground.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Barnes-

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Baxley.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, BlakP.-

ly.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Bruns-

wi ck .

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Buena

Vi sta.

.

Coca Cola Bottling Work s, Cairo.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Carroll-

ton.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Carters-

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cedar-

town.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Claxton.

Coca Cola Bottling W'orks, Colum-

bus.

Coca Cola Bottling Works. Com-

merce.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Con-

yers.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cor-

dele.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cor-

nelia.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cuth-

ber t.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Dalton.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Dawson.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Donal-

so nvillfl .

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Doug-

las.

Coca C(lt:. Bottlin ; W0 r"' Du blin.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Eastman.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Elber-
ton. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fair-
burn. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fitz-
gerald . Cuca Cola Bottling Works, Folks-
t un. r' oca Cola Bottling 'Works, Fort
Gaines.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fort Valley.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Franklin.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Gainesville.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Greensboro.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Griffin. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Hart-
w ell. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Haw-
kin sville. Coca Cola Bottling works, Helena. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Hines-
v ille.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, J ;tckson. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Jesup. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Kings-
land.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, LaFay ette.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, LaGran ge.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Lincolnton.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Macon. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Man-
chester. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Mariet-
ta.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Mill edgeville.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Monroe.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Monticello.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Moultrie.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Newnan.
CoC'a Cola Bottling Works, Rome. Coca Cola Bottling Works, St.
George.

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Coca Cola Bottling Works, Sandersville.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Savan-

nah.

Coca Cola Bottling Works States-

boro.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Swains-

boro.

,

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Syl-

vania. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Sylves-

ter.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Thomas-

ton.

.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Thomas-

ville. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Thom-
son. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Tif-
ton. Coca Cola B~ttling Works, Val-
dosta. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Vidalia.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Villa.

Rica. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Way-
cross. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Waynes-

boro. Coca Cola Bottling Works, West
Point. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Wrens.

Crawfordville Bottling W o r k s, Cra wford vil e .
Deep Rock Ginger Ale Co., Athens.
DeLoach Bottling Works, Bruns-
wick. Dixie Bottling Co., Lavonia. Fitzgerald Bottling Works, Fitz-

gerald. Hatcher Bottling Works, Waynes-

boro. Hawes, W . B., Ocilla. High Rock Bottling Co., Atlanta.
Hogansville Bottling Works, Hog-

ansville. Homerville Bottling Works, Hom-

erville.

Jacksonville Bottling Works, Jack-

sonville.

Lawrenceville Bottling W o r k s,

Lawrenceville.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Albany.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Augus-

ta.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Blake-

ly.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Cordele.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Dublin.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Hawkinsville.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, LaGrange.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Nashville.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Quit man.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, State boro.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Way. cross.
Merchants Lime Cola Bottling Co.., Savannah.
Mineral Springs Bottling Oo., Ro chelle.
Mint Cola Bottling Co., Augusta. My-Ola Bottling Works, LaFayette. Newnan Bottling Co., Newnan. Nu-Mint Bottling Co., Atlanta. Ocilla Bottling WQrks, Ocilla. Offerman Bottling Works, Offer-
man. Parfay Bottling Co., Atlanta. Parfay Bottling Co., Buford. Pelham Bottling Works, Pelham. Red Rock Co., Atlanta.
Rom e Sti-Lo Bottling W o r k a,
Rom e. Sardi s Bottling Works, Sardis. Savannah Consolidated Bottllnl
Co., Sa vannah. Senoia Bottlin g Co., Senoia. Sheehan, E. Bottling Works, AU
gusta. Smith , E. S. Co., Tifton. St11-tesboro Bot tling Co., Statesboro. Stewart Bottling Works, Bruni-
wick. Sti-Lo Bottling Works, Thomas, W. G., Talbotton. Tifton Bottling Works, Tifton. Toccoa Bottling Works, Toccoa.
Topaz Co ., Columbus.
Vienna Bottling Co., Vienna.
Whistle Bottling Works, Athena.
Whistle Bottling Works, Macon.
Whistle Bottling Works, Rome.
Winchester Bottling Works, Macoa.
Winder Bottling Works, Winder.
Wrightsville Bottling W o r k It Wrightsville.

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BRIC K, TILE, TERRA COTTA, CE ME NT, LIME, CONCRETE, KAOLIN.

Albany Pressed Stone Co., Albany.

Al to Brick Co., Rome.

American Fire Proof Co., Milledge

ville.

American Mica Co :, Canton.

Arnold Brick Co., Thomasville.

Athens Brick Co., Athens.

Atlanta Terra Cotta Co., East

Point.

Augusta Face Brick Co., Augusta.

Bainbr idge Brick Co., Bainbridge.

Bartow Brick Co., Carter ~vill e.

Benn ett, Math Ellijay.

Berry, Geo. 0. Brick Co., Columbu s.

Berry, M. W. Brick Co., Omaha.

~ethlehem Concrete Co., Be thle-

hem.

Bibb Brick Co., Macon.

Bourne Brick Co., Pooler.

Broadwell, Sherman; Alpharetta.

Cary F ire Clay Products Co., Ma-

. con.

Cary Fire Clay Products Co., Spar-

ta.

Chatham Brick Co., Savannah.

Chapman-Cla rk Co., Savannah.

Chatsworth Brick Co., Ch atsworth.

Chattahoo chee Brick Co., Atlanta.

Chattahoochee Brick Co., Lumpkin.

Chattanooga Sewer Pipe & Fire

Brick Co., Flintstone.

Cherokee Brick Co., Macon.

Columbia Kaolin & Alu minum Co.,

Gordon .

Columbus Brick & Tile Co., Colum-

bus.

Columb us Sewer Pipe Co., Colum-

bus.

Decatur Concrete & Cement Co.,

Bainbridge.
Dorsey, w. D., Leo.

Dublin Brick Co., Dublin.

Dun bar Brick Co., Augusta.

Edgar Bros. Kaolin Co., Mcintyre.

Electric City Brick Co., August a.

Empire Talc & Lumber Co., Chats-

worth.



Empi re Cement & Limes tone Co.,

P o r t l a n d.

Ethridge, E. S. Cement Co., J effer-

son.

Flint River Brick Co., Albany.

Franklin, J . W., Marietta.

General Reduction Co., Dry Branch.

Georgia Brick Co ., Athens. Georgia Brick & 'fil e Co., Adairs-
ville. Georgia-Carolina Brick Co., Augus-
ta.
Georgia Cast Stone Co., Dublin. Georgia Clay Products Co., Athens. Geor gia Kaolin Co., Dry Branch. Georgia Refractories Co., Rossville_ Georgia Talc Co., Chatsworth.
Augusta.
Georgia Vitrified Brick & Clay Co., Hadden, R. L ., Stone Mountain.
Hall Brick Co., Macon. Hall, J. F. Hazelhurst. Hall, R. L. & W. H., Newnan. Hamilton Vault & Cast Stone Co.,
R o s s v ill e. H a rbison-Walker R efractories Co.,
Gibson. Hawkinsville Brick Co., H awkins-
ville. Hitt, Geo., Toccoa. Hollingsworth Brick Co., Athens. Hudson, M. D., Gainesville. Humphrey, G. W ., Buford . Independent Brick ,Co., Augusta.
Jones Bros., Statesboro. Kimball, Wi H., Tallapoosa.
Ladd Lime & Stone Co., Cartersville.
Ladson Brick .& Tile Co., Moultrie. Legg Brick Co., Calhoun. Lemon & Adam s, A cwor th. Little River Brick Co., Ficklin. L1ttle Rive rBrick Co., Washing-
ton. Ludowici Brick Co., Ludowici. Macon Sewer Pipe Co., Macon. Mahoney, Dan, Fitzgerald.
Manley, E. S., Carnesville. Massee Brick Co., Macon. Matheson, W. A. , Toccoa. McCoy Brick & Tile Co., Augusta. McKenzie Brick Co., Augusta. McMillan, G. W., Jr., Acwor th.
Meaders & Co., Leo. Merry Bros., Augusta. Milledgeville Brick Co., Milledge-
ville. Millen Cement &Til e Co., Millen.
Mion Tile .Co ., Atlanta. Mize Brick Co., Toccoa. Nace Brick Co., Moultrie. Nesbitt, C. P.; Roswell. Oconee Brick & Tile Co., Milledge-
ville. Odessa Brick Co., Odessa.

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Ogheechee Brick Co., Union Point. Shields Broom WPrks, Springplace.

Ogheechee River Brick Co., Rocky South Georgia Broom Co., Ocilla.

Ford.

Southern Broom Manufacturing Co.

Oliver, J. A., Alpharetta.

Atlanta.

Poe Concrete Co., Lawrenceville. Southern Broom Manufacturing Co.

Porter Brick Works, Milledgeville.

Savannah.

Rockmart Brick & Shale Co., Rock-. Southern Brush & Broom Co ., Ray.

mart.

mond.

Rome Brick & Tile Co., Rome.

St. George Broom Factory,

Savannah Kaolin Co., Gordon.

George.

Small, A. T. Brick Co., Macon.

Williams, Jno., Marietta.

Soperton Brick Co., Soperton.

Southern Cement & Stone Co.,

BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,

Brunswick.

WAGONS.

Southern States Portland Cement

Co.j , Rockmart.

Armontrout Bros., Fitzgerald.

Standard Sewer Pipe Works, Rome. Augusta Wagon Co., Augusta.

Stevens Bro.s. & Co., Stevens Pot- Auld, J. F. & Sons, Elberton.

tery.

Bagwell Manufacturing Co., Gaines-

Stevenson, W. E ., Lavonia.

ville.



Sutton Brick Co., Fort Gaines.

Bird, M. H., Sandersville.

Tift Silica Brick Co., Albany.

Blount Carriage & Buggy Co., East

Tift Silica Brick & Stone Co., Tif-

Point.

ton.

Brazil Bros., LaGrange.

Toccoa Brick Co., Toccoa.

Carmichael Buggy Co., Jackson.

Trimble Brick Co., Trimble.

Chester, W. B., Ellijay.

Wheeler, Geo. R., Gainesville.

Classing, H. J., Rome.

Wright's Concrete Works, Wrights- Cole, D. M., Blue Ridge.

ville.

Darsey, J . W. Wagon W

Macon.

BROOMS, MOPS, BRUSHES.

Dixon, J. C., Americus.

Downs, W. C., Ellabelle.

Americus Broom Co., Americus.

Dublin Buggy Co., Dublin.

Athens Broom Factory, Athens.

Empire Buggy Co., Jackson.

Atlanta Brush Co.. Atlanta.

Flint River Wagon Co., Albany.

Atlanta Variety Works, Atlanta.

Franklin Buggy Co.. Barnesville.

Atlanta Woodenware Co.. Atlanta. Golden Eagle Buggy Co., Atlanta.

Augusta Broom Works, Augusta. Gresham Manufacturing Co., Grlf

Bowd en, W. D. Broom Co., Griffin.

fin.

Columbu s Broom Factory, Colum- Griffin Buggy Co., Griffin.

bus.

Hardwood Manufacturing Co., Dub-

Dalton Broom & Mop Factory, Dal-

lin.

t on .

Hunter, J. H., Dahlonega.

Demorest Broom Factory, Demo- Karwisch, J . M. Wagon Works, At

rest.

lan ta.

Fickett Manufactming Co., Atlan- Klein & Martin Co., Athens.

ta.

Lowery Wa gon Works, Augusta.

Fi tzgerald Broom Factory, Fitz- Maddox & Williams Carriage &

gerald.

Wagon Works, Atlanta.

Hod ges Broom ~rorks, Atlanta.

McCommon-Harding Buggy Co.,

Leachman, W. s.,. Acworth.

Forsy th.

0. K. Broom Works, Macon.

McGirt, Jas. & Co., Sylvester.

Paris Broom Manufacturing Co., At- Meek & Abercombie, Marietta.

lanta.

Middlebrooks, B. W. Co., Barnes-

Paulk, W. H ., Jr., Ocilla.

ville.

Radford, G. W. P ., Monroe.

Miller, A. C. & Co., Atlanta.

Schwartiz Broom Factory, Savan- Miller, J. E . & Co., .Columbus.

nah.

Ne wnan. J . L. & Co.. Columbus.

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Norman Buggy Co., Griffin.

O'Connor , W> F., Alma.

Ogburn & Sons Co., Dublin .

Pritchett, W. T., Ellijay.

P utn am, G. R ., Fitzgerald .

pye & Mobley, Sylvania.

Reed Bros., Gainesville.

Rice, S., Dahlonega.

Rom e Buggy Co., Rome.

Sanders Wagon Works, Waynes-

boro.

'

Satterwhite, W. F ., Albany.

Smith, J. G. & Son, Barnesville.

Smith, Lyndon Co., Washington .

South Georgia Buggy Co., Valdosta.

Stewart, C. H., Winder.

Stroberg, C. F. & Sons, Macon.

Summ er s Buggy Co., Barnesville.

Ulmer Wagon Works, Valdosta.

Vanbrackle, D. A., P embroke.

White Hickory Wagon Mrg. Co.,

East Point.

Williams, Mfg. Co ., Macon :

CANNING PLANTS

Alban y Canning Co., Albany. American Canning Corp'n., Atlanta.
Ball Ground Canning Co ., Ball Ground.
Benson , I. W .. Buena Vista. Black, Carlton , Cleveland . Blue Ridge Canning Co., Bla irs-
vill e.
Bowdon Picklin g & Brining Co., Bowdorr.
Brun swick Can nin g Co.. Brunswi ck.
Cairo Syrup Co., Atlanta.
Cairo Syru.o Co., Cairo. Carrollton Pickling & Brining Co.,
Carrollton .
Chattahoochee Cannin g Co., Fort
Gain es. Communi ty Can nery, Thomasville . Effingham Cannin g Co., Spring-
fi eld.
Empire Stat e Canning Co., Macon. Evans Canning Co., Fort Valley. Farm Prod uct s Co., Americus. Folkston Packing Co., Folkston. Georgia Canners, In c., St. Marys . Georgia Preserving Co., Atlanta. Georgia Syrup Co., Atlanta.
Glynn Canning Co ., Brunswick. Griffin Canning Co., Griffin. Houser, W. L., Fort Valley.
Lowden, Geo. W., Savannah.

Macon Canning Co., Macon. Martin, A. L., Coleman. Massa, E. A., Atlanta. Mayfield, J. E., Alpharetta. Normandie Co., Atlanta. North River Packing Co., St.
M a r y s. Oak Dale Canning Co., Fort Valley. Oemler, Augustus, Sava nnah. Peek, W. A., Elberton. Perry, Jno., Burtsboro. Pitts, J . D., Menlo. Pomona Products Co., Griffin. Prospect Cannery, Norwood. Rucker, Dave, Alpharetta. Siman Canning Co., Stockton . Solomon, A. M., Fort Valley. South Atlan tic Cannin g Co., St.
Marys. Southern Ca nning Co. , Fort Valley. Southwest Georgia Canning Co.,
Fort Gaines. Valdosta Canning Co., Valdosta. Yarn & Platt. Marshallville. Ward, G. M., Elberton. Washington Counyt Cannin g Co.,
Sandersville. Waycross Cannery, Waycross. White, C. E ., Moultri e.
Willingl:iam, n. F . Corp'n.. Macon.
C IGA RS AND C IGARETTES.
A. & H . Cigar Co., Atlanta. Alderman, Jos.. Valdosta. Bainbridge Cigar Factory, Bain-
' bridge Bales Ciga r Co, Fitzger ald . Bibb Cig~ r Co., Macon . Blakely Cia-ar Co.. Bl ,kel ~ . Branden 8igar Co.. T'fton. Bruns wi ck Cigar Co.. Savann ah . Brunswick Smoker Mfg. Co, Brnn
wick Bryan Ci e:" r Co. V~ l do1it8 . C. & R. Cia-ar Co.. Atl il nta. Chandler. J . H .. Newnan. Cowart Cia-ar Co. M'\con. Edward s Cie:ar Co .. Americus Edward s Cigar Co.: "B<tin brid ge. Edwards Smoke House. Augusta. Ever ett, W. H .. Savannah. Faulken berry, D. A., Moultrie. Fretwell Cigar Co.. Griffin. Fretwell. P Z.. Cedartown. Gem , The Cigar Co. , Ta ri e tta. Gem , The Cigar Co.. Rome. Harrell Cigar Co., Grif fin .

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Hasselgrov Co-operativ e Cigar Co. Thom asville.
Homerville Cigar Co., Homerville. Jernigan, J . A., Valdosta. Johnson Cigar Co., Fitzgerald. Kennesaw Cigar Factory, Marietta. LaMascellier Cigar Co., Waycross. Lasca Cigar Co., Albany. Liberty Cigar Co., T homasville. Marietta Cigar Factory, Marietta. McKibben & Sons, Griffin. McKibben & Sons, Vaughn. McLain, B. C., Bower sville. Meyers, Le Roy Co., Savannah. Morton & Kirk, Franklin. Moultrie Cigar Co., Moultrie. Oglethorpe Cigar Co., Hawkins-
vill e. Pent. L. F. , Atlanta. Pickart, Eli, Athens. Porto Ri co Cigar Co., Homeland. Posada Cigar Co., Columbus. Prim, J. M., Brunswick. Reese Cigar Co., Newnan. Sims, W. P. Cigar Co., Waycross. Sognier, Jos., Savannah. Sua r ez Cigar Co., Thomasville. Surles Cigar Factory, Bainbridge. Surrency Cigar Co., J esup. Symonette, T. A., Valdosta. Tifton Cigar Co., Tifton. U . M. C. Cigar Co., Vaughn. Valdes, S., Atlanta. Vinas, H., H awkinsville. Watters, Thomas, Rome. White, J . E. Cigar Co., Douglas.
COMPRESSES.
Allied Compress Co., Augusta. Ameri cus Compress Co., Americus. Atlantic Compress Co., Albany. Atlantic Compress Co., Macon. Atlantic Compress Co. (Gordon
Press), Savannah. Atlantic Compress Co. (Island
Press) , Savannah. Atlantic Compress Co. (Lower
Press), Savannah. Atlantic Compress Co., Tocoa. Augusta Warehouse & Compress
Co., Augusta. Cordele Compress Co., Cordele. Dawson Compress & Storage Co.,
Dawson. Eastman Compress Co., Eastman. Elberton Cotton & Compress Co.,
Elberton.

Fitzgerald Cotton Compress Georgia Warehouse &
Co., Dublin. Glynn Compress Co., Brunswick. Hawkin sville Cotton Compress
Hawkinsville. Montezuma Compress Co., Monte-
zuma. Moultri e Compr ess Co., Moultrie. Rom e Coton Compr ess Co., Rome. Shippers Bonded Warehouse
Macon. Shippers Compress Co., Athens. Shippers Compress Co., Atlanta. Shippers Compr ess Co., Shipper s Compress Co., Shippers Compress Co., M Shipper s Compress Co.,
ville. Tifton Compr ess Co., Tifton. Toccoa Compress Co., Toccoa. Union Compress Co., Augusta. Vida~i:Ji~.ompres s & Power Co., Vi
Winder Compress Co., Winder.
CRATES, BOXES, BARRELS,
STAVES.
Ackerman & Hobbs, Springfield.
Almond, D W., Valdosta.
Am eri can Box & File Co., Atlanta. Armuchee Cooperage Co., Rome. Ashburn Lumber Co., Ashburn. Atlanta Box Factory, .Atlanta. Atlanta Paper Co., Atlanta. Bowman Lumber Co., Folkston. Brunswick Barrel Factory,
wick. Buchanan Manufacturing Co. , Buch-
anan. Cannon Co., Cairo. Canon Co., Quitman . Carter, C. W., Adel. Chickamauga Excelsior W
Chickamauga. Cochran Lumber Co., Cochran. Colquit County Cooperage Co..
Moultrie. Corrugated Paper Products
Inc., Atlanta. Dasher, J. J ., Pembroke. Davis, W. J ., Milledgeville. Dixie Paper & Box Co., Atlanta. Downing, The Co., Brunswick. Elberta Crate Co., Bainbridge. Elberta Crate Co., Marshallville.

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Empire Printing & Box Co., Atlan-

ta.

'

Eto,vah Cooperage Co., Rome.

Everett, R. H., Brunswick.

Flynn-Harris-Bullard Co., Bain-

bridge.

Fort Valley Crate & Lumber Co.,

Fort Valley.

Gaskin s, A. W., Nashville.

Georgia Box & Mfg. Co., Rome.

Georgia Crate &Basket Co., Fort

Va!.i('Y

Georgia Crate & Basket Co., Thom-

asville.

Georgia Stave Co., Valdosta.

Georgia Veneer & Package Co.,

Brunswick.

Globe Barrel & Machine Co., Sa-

vannah.

Gresham Mfg. Co., Griffin.

Grief Bros., Savannah.

High tower Box & Tank Co., At-

lanta.

Jeffreys McElreath Mfg. Co., Ma-

con.

Jesup Heading & Stave Factory,

Jesup.

Kenimer, A. F . & Bros., Leaf.

Kidd. W. J., Milford.

Kirklan d, B. H., Covena .

Kuster Manufacturing Co., Cedar-

town.

Logan , J . A. & Son, Savannah.

Macon Copperage Co., Macon.

Macon Crate & Basket Co., Macon.

Marshall, W. J . Co., Macon.

Masse Cooperage Co., Macon.

Masee Heading Co., Cochran.

McCall. J. B.. Hinesville.

McRain ey, Mrs. A. H., Elmodel.

Menlo Fruit Package Co., Menlo.

Oak City Cooperage Co., Bain-

bridge.

Ogeechee Valley Stave & Heading

Co., Rocky Ford.

Paragon Box Co., Atlanta.

Pie rpont Manufacturing Co., Sa-

vannah.

Quitman Cooperage Co., Quitman.

Raym ond Cooperage Co.. Raymond.

Reese, Jno., Ray.

Rei nschmidt Stave Co., Quitman.

Rey nold Bros. Lumber Co., Albany.

Roberts Bros.. Americus.

Rom e Box Mfg. Co., Rome.

Rydls, L. n., Alamo.

Shippen Bros., Ellijay.

South ern Box & Lumber Co., Sa-

vannah. Southern Box Mfg. Co. , Rome. Southern Heading & Mfg. Co., Val-
dosta. Southern Produce & Package Co.,
Cuthbert. Spragens, J. F., Acworth. Statesboro Novelty Works, States-
boro. Union Box Manufacturing Co., At-
lanta. Universal Box & Label Co., Atlan-
ta. Valdosta Cooperage Co., Valdosta. Valdosta Crate Co., Valdosta. Wells, D. G., Ludowici. Wmiams, W. W. Cataula. Williams, W. W ., Hamilton.
FERTILIZER PLANTS.
Acree, T. A., .Camilla. Acworth Fertilizer Co., Acworth. Agnew, 0. L., Canon. Albany Phosphate Co., Albany. Albany Warehouse Co., Albany. Allison, T. F. & T. E., Lavonia. American Agricultural Chemical
Co., Americus. American Agricultural Chemical
Co., Greensboro. American Agricultural Chemical
Co., Savannah. American Fertilizer Co., Savannah. Anderson & Belcher, Star r,;v ille. Armour Fertilizer Works, Atlanta. Armour Fertilizer Works, Augusta. Baldwin County Fertilizer Works,
Milledgeville. Bartow Guano Co., Cartersville. Benson, J . W . .Jenkinsburg. Blackshear Manufacturing C o.,
Blackshear. Blitch-Ellis Mfg. Co., Statesboro. Bowen & Ray, Bowman. Bradley, W. C. Co., Columbus. Braselton Brofl., Braselton. Brown Guano Co., Albany. Broxton Fertilizer Co., Broxton. Canton Fertilizer Co., Canton . Carmichael Guano Co., Jackson. Cartersville Guano Co., Carters-
ville. Catoosa County Fertilizer Co.,
Ringgold. Central Georgia Fertilizer Co., Mill-
edgeville. Chambers Grocery Co., Chipley.

Chattahoochee Fertilizer Co., Tif- Hogan s ville Gua no Co., Hogana-

ton.

a mA

'Chauncey w ,arehouse & Mfg. Co., Home Mixture Guano Co., Buena

Chauncey.

Vista.

Cherokee Fertilizer Co., Macon.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Bulloch-

Chipley Home Mixture Gua no Co.,

vill e.

Ch i p l e y.

Hme Mixture Guano Co., Columbus.

Cobb County Chemical & Mining Home Mixture Guano Co., ReYn-

Co., Vinings.

olds.

Comer Mer chantile Co., Comer.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Shell-

Commerce Fertilizer Co., Com-

man.

m e r ce.

Home Mixtur e Guano Co.,

Cotton States Seed & Fertilizer

Point.

Co., Macon.

Horne-Andre ws Commission Co.,

Council, L. G. Fertilizer Works,

Mi l l e dg e v i l l e .

Americus.

Hughley-McC ulloch , W es t Point.

Cowan Bros., Porterdale.

Impro ved Dodge Guano Co., East-

Crawfordville Gin & Fertilize r Co.,

man.

Crawfordville.

International Agricultural Corp'n.,

Cullens, w . F. F ertilizer Co., Ca-

Am e ri c us.

milla.

International Agricultural Corp'n.,

Culloden Gin & F ertilizer Co., Cul-

Athens.

loden.

International Agricultural Corp'n.,

Cumberland Fertilizer Co., Carters-

Augusta .

ville.



International Agricultural Corp'a.,

Cumming F ertilizer co., Cummin g.

Co l u m b u s.

Daniel Sons & Palmer, Millen.

International Agricultural Corp'n.,

Davis Warehouf<e Co., Columbu s.

Dublin.

Douglas Oil & Fertilizer Co ., Doug- International Agricultural Corp'n.,

las.

East Point.

Elberton Guano Co., Elberton.

International Agricultural Corp'n.,

Ellaville Guano Co., Ellav ille.

Tifton.

Empire Guano Co... Cordele.

.Jackson Supply Co., Baco nton.

Empire State Ch emical Co. , Athen s. Jelks, W. A. & Son, Hawkinsville.

Ennis, J . H., Milledgeville.

Kellam & Bush, Dublin.

Ezell-Grlffin Co., Eatonton.

LaFayette Fertilizer Co., LaFa-

Farm ers F ertilizer Co., Milan .

yette.

Farm er s Un ion Warehouse Co., Lawre nceville F ertilizer

Conyers.

r enceville.

Farmers Union Warehouse Co. Louisville Fertilizer & Gin Co.,

Monticello.

L o u i s v i l le.

Flovilla Gin Co.. Flovilla.

Lumpkin Home Mixture Guano Co.,

Fowler Bros. Co., Covington.

Lumpkin .

Furman Fertiiizer Works, East Madden, J. F. & Son, Concord.

Point.

Madison Fertilizer Co.. Madison.-

Georgia Chemical Works, Au~?;usta Mallet-Nut-Watki.ns-Settle, Jackson.

Georgia F ertilizer Co., Columbus. Mandeville Mills, Carrollton.

Georgia Fert'ilizer & Oil Co.. Val- Maysville Guano Co., Maysville.

do st;;t. .

.

Georgia Manutacturing Co., Camil-

la.

"Gossett, A. F. & Son , Griffin .

McClure-Taylor Co., Duluth. McKnight Bros .. Senoia. McFaul, J. G. (Estate o!), Doerun. Midd leton Union Warehouse Co.,

Griffin Bros., Washington.

Mi ddl eton.

Hampton Gilauo co., Hampton .

Millen F ertilizer Co., Millen.

Henry County Supply Co. . Me- Mill er, H . C. F ertilizer Co., Lula.

. Donou gh.' .

Montezuma Fertilizer Co., Monte-

Hightow ei: 1\~ erchantlle Co. ; Ho-

zuma.

ga nsville : '

Morris Fertilizer Co.. Atlanta.

H4

Moultrie Fertilizer & Mfg. Co.,

Mo u l t r i e .

Mu tual Fertilizer Co., Savannah.

Neely, R. C. &Co., Midville.

Nor th Georgia Cotton Co., Royston.

Ober, G. & Sons Co., Savannah.

Ocmulgee Guano Co., Hawkinsville.

Ogeechee F ertilizer Co., Mayfield.

Parker, P . N., Gainesville.

Peebles, J . F., Butler.

P elh am Fertilizer Co., Pelham.

Pelham Phosphate Co., P elham..

Phosphate Mining Co., Savannah.

Pittard , J. T., Winterville.

Planters Fertilizer & Live Stock

Co., Buena Vis ta.

Planter s Supply Co., Gough.

Planters Warehouse Co., Hazel-

hurst.

Planter s Warehouse & Loan Co.,

F i t zg er a l d .

1

Porter Fertilizer Co., Atlanta.

Putnan Fertilizer Works, Eatonton.

Pu tn ey Fertilizer Co. , Albany.

Read Phosphate Co., Cordele.

Redwine Bros.. Fayetteville.

Reeves, T . J ., Thomaston.

Relia nce Fertilizer Co., Savannah.

Ri chland Home Mixture Guano Co.,

Rich la nd .

Ri cks Bros. Co., Reynolds.

Rome Chemical Co., Rome.

Rowe. W. A. & Co., Comer.

Royster , F . S. Guano Co. , Colum-

b u s.

Royster, F . S. Guano Co. , Macon.

Savann ah Chemical Co., Savannah.

Savan nah Guano Co., Savannah.

Seacoast Fertilizer Co., Augusta.

Seacoast F ertilizer Co., Savannah.

Gal 9 "P " may 11 Industrial

Shore, W . A., Baldwin.

Soperton F ertilizer Co., Soperton.

South Atlantic Fertilizer Co., Augusta.

South Georgia F ertilizer Co., McRae.

Southern Fertilizer & Chemical Co., S a v an n a h .

Souther States Phosphate & Fertilizer Co., Augus ta.

Sou thern States Phosphate & Fert ilizer Co., Savannah.

Standard F ertiliz er C~. Meigs.

Stubbs, R . D., Lynchburg.

Swainsboro Fertilizer Co., Swainsboro.
Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Albany.
Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Atlanta.
Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, LaGrange.
Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Moultrie.
Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Savannah.
Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Toccoa.
rabor, T. 0 . & Sons, Elberton. Tattnall F ertilizer Works, Hagan. Tennessee Chemical Co., Albany: T enn essee Chemical Co., Americus. Tennessee Chemical Co., Atlanta. Thomasville Fertilizer Co., Thomas-
ville. Tifton Guano Co., Tifton. Tyrone Manufacturing Co ., Wash-
ington. U nion Fertilizer Co., Atlanta. Vidalia Chemical Co., Vidalia. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Albany. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Americus. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Athens. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Atlanta. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Columbus. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Macon. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co .,
Newnan. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Rome. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Savannah.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Social Circle.
Walker Bros., Griffin.
Walker County Fertilizer Co., La Fayette.
Warren County F ertilizer Co., War r enton.
Whitehead 8:. Gholstin, Comer.
White Plains Ginning & F ertilizer Co., White Plains.
Zebulon Gin & Fertilizer Co., ZeDulon.

8f.i

FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS.

Edison Milling Co., Edison.

Elladale Estate, Dawson.

Albany Milling Co., Albany.

Empire Mills Co., Columbus.

Alma Gin Milling Co., Alma.

.Etheridge Roller Mill, Millner.

Anderson, P. H., Danburg.

Finch Milling Co., Dallas.

Arnold, E. L ., Maxeys.

.

Fowler, Jas. Flour Mill, SopertoL

Ashburn Roller Mills, Ashburn. 4-.skew, _W. S. Co., Newnan.

Franklin, H . M., Tennille.
Fullington, F. v.r., Pinehurst.

Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta.

Gaines, Jno. B. Milling Co., Hart-

Balkcom, J. C. & W . H., Blakely.

well.

Banner Grist. Mill, Carrollton.

Gaines, L. P. Co., Kingston.

Barfield Feed Mills; Macon.

Gainesville Roller Mills Co., Galnee-

Barrett, Denton & Lynn Co., Dal-

ville.

ton.

Gallaway & Hopper Mill Co., Cor-

Bell, 0. C., Athens.

nelia.

Bembry, J. W., Hawkinsville.

Georgia Milling Co ., Fort Valier.

Ben 'Hill , The Co., Fitzgerald.

Grantland Co., Griffin.

Bennett's Mill, 'Fayetteville.

Green, E. W. & Sons, Fairburn.

Best, J. B. , Fort Gaines.

Guyton, C. P., Guyton.

Bowdon Feed Mills, Bowdon.

Hackney & Beck, Cedartown.

Bridges, J . D., Sumner.

Hamilton & Summer, Covington.

Broke, T. H. & Co., East Point.

Hamilton & Tummis, Covington

Brown Milling Co., Americus.

Hampton Milling Co., H a mptGn.

Buena Vista Milling Co., Buena Handley, R. V. & Sons, Fitzgera14.

Vista.

Harris Milling Co. , Commerce.

Burch, W. H. & Son, Thomasville. Hartwell Roller Mills, Hartwell.

Burke County Flour Mill, Waynes- Hearne & Baker Milling Co., Chick

boro.

amauga.

Burpee's Grist Mill, Newnan.

Hinton Bros ., McDonough.

Byrd, S. C. , Cordele.

Holley Bros. LaGrange.

Cardrays Mill, Morgan.

Houser, A. J . Fort Valley.

Carr, W. P . & Sons, Gaillard.

Houser Bros., Dawsonville.

Carstaphen Milling Co., Dames Fer- Jackson Grist Mill, Jefferson.

r y.

Jackson, J. M. , Franklin.

Chatsworth Milling Co. , Chats- Jackson Milling & Feed Co.,

worth.

son.

Ch eek, H . M., Bowersville.

Johnson, J. L., Sylvester.

City Flour & Grist Mill, LaGrange. Jone's Mill, Woodbury.

City Mills Co., Calhoun .

Juliette Milling Co., Juliette.

City Mills Co., Columbus.

Kemp Bros., Acworth..

Clarke Milling Co., Augus tlt.

Kidd, W. J ., Milford.

Cleveland, W. L., LaGrange.

Knox Milling Co., Thomson.

Cochran Milling Co., Cochran .

LaFayette Roller Mills, LaFayette.

Coleman, J . A., Swainsboro.

Lawrenceville Roller Mills, LaW'

Comer Grist Mills, Comer.

r enceville.

Commerce Milling Co., Commerce. Lee, Gordon Milling Co., Chic~

Conyers Milling Co., Conyers.

mauga.

Crabapple Milling Co., Alpharetta. LeQuinn & Grant, McDonough.

Culverton Milling Co., Culverton. Lexington Milling Co ., Lexington.

Cuthber't Milling Co. , Cuthbert.

Little River Mills, Canton.

Dallas Milling Co., Dallas.

Locklear, . H .. Homerville.

Davis, J. H., Kathleen. .

Lumpkin Milling Co.. Lumpkin.

Dennis Bridges Milling Co. , Daw- Mallet & Ball, Jackson.

son.

Martin's Mill, Barnesville.

Dickson's Mill, Osierfield.

Mayfield, W . J .. Monroe.

Dixie Milling Co., LaFayette.

McCleskey Flour Mill. Marietta.

Douglasville Roller Mills, Douglas- McEieroy Milling Co.. Lawrence-

ville.

ville.

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McDonald Bros., Eatonton.
McLeRoy Brqs.. Athens. McMath Milling Co., Americus. '
McMillan Bros., Acworth. McWilliam, Sam, Cuthbert. Meeks, W . H., Blackshear. Meyer s Milling Co., Barnesville.
Milledgeville Milling Co., Milledge vill e.
Milner, W. S., Eastman.
Mod el Meal Mills, Athens. Modern Flour Mills, Macon. Monti cello Ice & Mllling Co., Mon-
ti cello. Moultrie Flo)lr Mill, Moultrie. Mutu a l Milling Co., Tifton.
Nation a l Milling Co., Macon. Ocilla Flour Mill Co., Ocilla. Ocon ee Milling & Grain Co., Dub-
lin. Parker Roll er Mills, Zebulon.
Parks, W. W. , Auburn. Pend ergras s, J . B., Jefferson. Perkin son , J . D., Austell. Phill ips. G. E. Grist Mill, Ellaville. Planter s Mill & Supply Co., Way-
cross. Pope, J. T . Mills, Dublin. Poulan Flour Mills, Poulan.
Powell , I. :M. & Son, Cordele.
Price & James. Locust Grove. Purity Feed Mills, Fort Valley. Hannie, J. C. Gris t Mill, Ellaville. Ray & Johnson, K easley. Redwin e Bros.. F a yetteville. Ri ch ardson, 0. N. Milling Co.,
Rome. Rich la nd Millin g Co ., Richland.
Roger s, H . B., Covington. Ro sw ell Flour Mill , Ro swell. Rowland, J. H., Wrightsvllle.
Rucker , Nap., Roswell. Russell Bros.. Tyro~e. Scrugs & Hamby M1Il , Clayton .
Sikes, J . F., Alamo. Sm ith, E . A. Gra iD- Co.. Statesboro .
Smith , F . C. & Co., Hagan. Smith Millin g Co. , Tennille.
Snow. H . C.. Monroe. S pence, H . P ., Social Circle. Spinks, L . D.. Ma ri etta. South Georaia Milling Co., Val-
dosta. Summerour Bros.. Winder. Sutton's Mill. Cedartown. Sycamor'e Mils, Sy camore .
Talmadge Br os. Co. , Ath en T eate, T . A., Thom a svill e .

Telfair Co-operative Co., McRae. Thomas Manufacturing Co., Madi-
son. Thomasville Eelevator Co, Thomas-
ville. Thomson, J. N., Hoschton. . Thorpe, Henry, Dublin. Tifton Re-Milling Co., Tifton. Toccoa Roller Mills, Toccoa. Towaliga Milling Co., Griffin. Towns County Milling Co., Hiawas-
see. Unadilla Milling Co., Unadilla. United Mfg. & Warehouse Co.,
Chipley. Usery Bros., Ellaville. Valdosta Mill & Elevator Co., Val-
dosta. Veach Mllling Co., Adairsville. Vidalia Milling Co., Vidalia. Vienna Miling Co., Vienna. Walker Bros., Griffin. Watts, Jas. Milling Co ., Pelham. Waynesboro Milling Co., Waynes-
boro. Weaver Birdson Milling Co., Thom-
aston. White, J. W . Flour Mill, Bain-
bridge. Whitehurst , Z., Dublin. Whitley, J. W ., Warrenton. Wilkes, J. M., Lyons. Wiliams, A. B., Argyle. Winder Roll er Mills Co., Winder Wingo, J. T., Franklin. Wray, W . R., Cedartown. Wrens Milling Co., Wrens. Woodbury Roller Mills, Woodbury. Wynn's Mill, Aberdeen.
FOUNDRIES AND MACHINE
SHOPS
Acme Specialty Co., Atlanta. Adams, C. E ., Fayetteville. Alexander , A. W ., Roopville. Am e rican Can Co., Atlanta. American Ca n Co., Savannah. Am eri can F a rm l\'l:acbinery Co., At-
lanta. Am eri can Machine & Mfg. Co., At-
lanta. Americus Welding & Machine Co.,
Americus. Athens Foundry & Machine Co .,
Athen s. A. B. & A. Ry. Shops; Brunswick. A. B . & A. Ry. Shops, Fitzgerald.

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A. B. & A. Ry. Shops, Manchest er.

A. C. L. Railway Shops, Bruns-

wick.

,

A. C. L. Railway Shops, Waycross.

Atlanta Gear & Machine Co., At-

lanta.

Atlanta Mfg. & Supply Co., Atlan-

ta.

Atlanta Stove Works, Atlanta.

Atlanta Plow Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Utility Works, Atlanta.

Atlanta Wood, Iron & Novelty Co.,

Atlanta.

Atlantic Steel Co., Atlanta.

Avery, B. F. & Son, Atlanta.

Baldwin, L. H., Douglasville.

Battey Machinery Co., Rome.

Beasley, Birch, Statesboro.

Bird Shops, Sandersville.

cello.

Benton Manufacturing Co., Monti-

Bostrum-Brady Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Bostrum, E. A. Mfg., Co., Atlanta.

Bowie Stove W.orks, Rome.

Bremen Machine Shop, Bremen.

Brogden, J. F. Co., Thomasville.

Brooks Foundry & Machine Co., At-

lanta.

Brunswick Cross-Arm Co., Bruns-

wick.

Camp, E. N. & Co., Moreland.

Camp Machine Shops, Atlanta.

Cartersville Foundry & Machine

Co., Cartersville.

Cedartown Foundry & Machine Co.,

Cedartown.

Central of Georgia Ry. Shops, At-

lanta.

Central of Georgia Ry. Shops,

Cedartown.

Central of Georgia Ry. Shops,

Columbus.

Central of Georgia Ry. Shops,

Macon.

Central of Georgia Ry. Shops,

Savannah.

Claxton Machine Shops, Claxton.

Cole, R. D. Mfg. Co., Newnan.

Columbus Foundry Co., Columbus.

Columbus Iron Works, Columbus.

Columbus Railroad Co., Columbus.

Continental Gin Co., Atlanta.

Cowart Bros., Portal.

Cox Foundry & Machine Works,

Griffin.

Cox, J. F., Statesboro.

Crescent City Blow Pipe Works,

Savannah.

Davenport, Jas., Acworth.
Davis Foundry & Machine Worka, Rome.
Davis Machine Shops, Statesboro. Decatur Car Wheel Co., of Georgia,
Savannah.
DeLoach, A. A., Atlanta.
Demorest Foundry & Machine Co., Demorest.
Dixie Culvert & Metal Co., East Point.
Dixie Pea and Bean Huller Co., East Point.
Downs, H. C., Talbotton.
Eagle Stove Works, Rome.
Eberhart Machine Works, Fort Valley.
Enterprise Machine Co., Vidalia.
Fairbanks, The Co., Rome. Field Bros. Mfg. Co., Dalton. Finley Machine Shop, Valdosta. Finnegan, J. J. & Co., Atlanta.
Fitzgerald Iron Works, Fitzgerald. Floyd, T. G., Thomasville.
Ford Motor Car Co., Atlanta. Forest City Machine Shop, Savan-
nah.
Fulghum & Johnson, Montezuma.
Gainesville Iron Works, Gainesville.
Gantt Manufacturing Co., Macon. General Fire Extinguisher Co., At-
lanta.
Georgia Car & Locomotive Works, Atlanta.
Georgia Iron Works, Augusta. Georgia Machinery Co., Atlanta.
Georgia Plow & Foundry Co. Athens.
G. & F. Railway Shops, Douglas. G. F. & A. Railway Shops, Bain-
bridge.
G. S. W . & G. Railway Shops, Albany.
G. S. & F. Railway Shops, Ash burn. Gibbs Machine Co., Comm erce. Glover Machine Works, Marietta. Golden Foundry & Machine Co.,
Columbus.
Gr ensboro Machine Shops, Greensboro.
Griffin Foundry & Machine Co., Rome.
Gurley, W. B., Dahlonega.
Hank Stove & Range Co., Rome. Hanson Motor Car Co., Atlanta. H . & . F. S. Railway Shops, Ash-
burn.

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Hendon Roller Covering Co., LaGrange.
Hill City Machine Works, Rome. Ho bb, W. M., Reynolds. Hope & Shadburn, Cumming. Howell, J . H. & Sons, Hartwell. Huddleston, S. B., Statesboro. Johnson & Summers Cartersville. Karstin Implement Co., Macon. Kehoe Iron Works, Savannah. King, 0. P., Wrens. Knight's Machine Works, Albany. Lanier, Fred, Statesboro. Lewis, I. H., Cordele. Little W. N ., Fort Gaines. Lombard Iron Works and Supply
Co., Augusta. Lovell, J. L ., Boston. Lynch, E. J. & Co., Atlanta. Magnus Co., Inc., Atlanta. Mallory-Taylor Machine Works Ma-
con. Man ley Jail Work s, Dalton . Martin Manufacturing Co., Fitzger-
ald. Massey Gin & Machine Work s, Ma-
con. Maury, W. H. Machine Shop, Pel-
ham. McAlister, I. L ., Fort Gaines. McCodle, C. D., Savannah. McDonough, J . J ., Savannah . McManu s, B. W'., Cairo. Miller's Foundry Co., Marietta. Moncrief Furnace Co., Atlan ta. Moody, A. H., Douglasville. Moultrie Foundry & Machine Co.,
Moultrie. Murray, The Co., Atlanta. Mutual Foundry & Machine Co., At-
lanta. O'Neal, W. N ., Woodland. P eerl ess Gin Co., Fort Valley. Pekor Iron Works, Columbus. Pelham Machine Works, P elham. P erry, R. F., Thomson. P onder Machine Co., Savannah. Pratt Engineering & Machine Co.,
Kirkwood. PllCkett, W. R., Fort Gaines. Quitman Foundry & Machine Shop,
Quitman. Redwine Bros., Fayetteville. Reeves Machine Co., Atlanta . Rickerson, E. F., Montezuma. Riddell Bros., Atlanta. Rom e Machinery Co., Rome. Rome Scales Mfg. Co., Rome.

Rourke's Iron Works, Savannah. Routh, W. T., McRae. Sanders, D. S., R eynolds. Sanders, W. 0 ., Swa ins boro. Savannah Blow Pipe Works, Sa-
vannah. Savannah Iron Works, Savannah. Savannah Wire & Iron Works, Sa-
vannah.
Schofield, J. s. & Sons, Macon.
S . A. L. Railway Shops, Americus. S. A. L. Railway Shops, Savannah. Sellars, E . W., Baxley. Shearer Machine Co., Atlanta. Sikes Manufacturing Co., Oc!lla. Simplex Machine Co., Atlanta. Skinner, A. W., Millen. Smith, J . J . Gin File Mfg. Co., Mc-
Donough. Southern Car Wheel Co., Savannah: Southern Co-operative Foundry Co.,
Rom e. Southern Iron & Equipment Co.,
Atlanta. Southern Machinery Co., Quitman. Southern Railway Shops, Atlanta_ Southern Railway Shops, Colum
bus Southern Saw Works, East Point. Southern Wire & Iron Works, At-
lanta. So uthern Foundry & Machine Co.,
Bainbridge. Spalding Foundry Co., Atlanta. Stafford, I. S., Canton. Tallulah Falls Railway Shops, Cor-
n elia. Taylor, C. E., Pelham. Ta ylor Iron Works, Macon. Thomasv ille Iron Works, Thomas-
v i l l e. Thompson Boiler Works, Bain-
bridge. Tifton Farm Tool Mfg. Co., Tifton. Tifton Foundry & Machine Co.,
Tifton. 'l'omlin-Ha rri s Machine Co., Cor-
dele. Tower s-Sullivan Mfg. Co., Rome. Union Machine Shop, Brunswick.

Valdosta Machine Co., Valdosta.

V. M. & W.. Railway Shops, Valdosta.

Van Winkle Motor Truck Co., At-

lanta.



Warlick Sheet Metal Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

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Washington Machine Works, Washington.
W . & S. Railway Shops, Waycross. W. & W. Railway Shops, Way-
cross. Waynesboro Machine Works, Way-
nesboro. Weldal Shop, Tennille. Wiest Point Iron Works, West
Point. West Point Rolle r Covering Co.,
West Point Wingfield, J. T., Washington. Wirts & Hernden, Augusta. With ers Foundry & Machine Co.,
Atlanta. Withers Foundry & Machine Co.,
Cartersville. Wood, A. A. & Sons Co., Atlanta Woodruff Machinery Mfg. Co., Win-
der. York Manufacturin g Co., Atlanta.
FURNITURE. AND FIXTURES.
Allen, JohB, Atlanta. Atlanta Casket Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Mirror & Beveling Co ., At-
lanta. Atlanta Safe Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Show Case Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Table Co., Atlanta. Austell Furniture Co., Austell. Bevis, L. L ., Franklin. Brice, Joe, Gainesville. Brumby Chair Co., Marietta. Burn ett-Klapper Furniture Co., At-
lanta. Capital City Chair Co., Atlanta. Carter Furniture Co., Crawford. Chattahoochee Furniture Co ., Flow-
ery Branch. City Carpenter & Cabinet Works,
Atlanta. Cooper Lumbe r Co., Columbus. Cooper & Pursley, Atlanta. Cox, B. M., Cleveland. Darby, W. F. Lumber co., Vidalia. Duane Chair Co., Dalton. Eatonton Lumber Co., Eatonton. Elliott, Wrn., East Ellijay. Estes Manufacturing Co., R ex.
Floyd Bros., Atlanta.
Fulton Metal Bed Mfg. Co., Atlanta.
Gate City Coffin Co., Atlanta.
Georgia Chair Co., Flowery Branch .
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Ginn Manufacturing Co., ville.
Harvey Chair Co., Rome.
Hightower, w. J., Dahlonega.
Holsombac, M. M., Union City. Hooper, J. B., Atlanta. Juniper Casket Co., Juniper. Knott & Carmichael, Atlanta. Kruger Manufacturing Co., Atlanta. Ledbetter, D. N ., Savannah. Macon Cabinet Works, Macon. Macon Furniture Factory, Macon. Madison Variety Works, Madison. McNatt Coffin & Casket Co., VI
dalia. Muecke & Sons, Macon. Mueller, Geo. W. Bank Fixture Co.,
Atlanta. National Show Case Co ., Colum-
bus. Piedmont Furniture Co., Toccoa. Pirkle, L. F., Atlanta. Price and Thomas, AtLanta. Rom e Furniture Co., Rome. Simmons, The Co., Atlanta. Simons, J. B. Lumler Co., Toccoa. Smith-Wiayne Mfg. Co., Winder. South Atlantic Casket Co., Savan-
nah. Southern Desk & 'Pable Co., At-
lanta. Southern Novelty Works, Demo-
rest. Southern Spring Bed Co., Atlanta. Spratt Chair Co ., Atlanta. Stallings, Alt, Atlanta. Toccoa Furniture Co., Toccoa. Ulmer & Hall, Bainbridge. Washington Manufacturing Co.,
Washington. Welch, Pat, Dahlonega. Whittier Manufacturing Co., Atlan-
ta. G,A.S.
Albany Gas Co., Albany. American Gas Construction Co.,
Waycross. Athens Gas Light & Fuel Co.,
Athens. Atlanta Gas Light Co., Atlanta.
Carter sville Gas Co., Caretersville.
City of LaGrange Gas Co., La Grange.
Consumers Gas & Coke Co., WaY cross.
Dalton Gas Co, Dalton .

Gas Light Co., of Augusta, Augus-

ta.

.

Gas Light Co.,'of Columbus, Colum-

bus.

Georgia Public Service Co.. Tifton.

Griffin Gas C::>., Grimn.

Macon Gas Co., Macon.

Mutual Light & Water Co., Bruns-

wick.

Pints ch Compressing Co., Atlanta.

Rome Municipal Gas Co., Rome.

Savannah Gas Co., Savannah.

Valdosta Gas Co., Valdosta.

HANDLES.

Altamaha Woodworking Co., Da-

rien.

Council, J. M. & H. L., Americus.

Georgia Handle Factory, Abbeville.

Hanna Handle Co., Macon.

Hanna Manufacturing Co., Athens.

Momi Axe Handle Mfg. Co., Val-

dosta.



Ragsdale, Joe, Dallas.

Savannah Handle Co., Savannah.

Sowell, W . .t<'., Success.

Standard Handle Co., Macon.

Gal 13 'P'may 12 industrial

Williams, J . B., Success.

Wright, A. J., Brunswick.

ICE.
I
Adel Ice Co., Adel. Aimar, W. C. &Co., Savannah. Artesian Ice Co., Montezuma. Ashburn Ice & Cold Storage Co.,
Ashburn. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n,, Al-
bany. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., Amer-
icus. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n. Athens. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., At-
lanta. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., Au-
gusta. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., Colum-
bus. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., Cor-
dele. . Atlantic Ice and Coal Corporation,
Co v in g t o n . Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., Dub-
lin. A lantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., Elber-
ton.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Uorp'n., Fort Valley.
Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., lila con.
Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n., Rome. Augusta Ice & Beverage Co., Au-
gusta. Bainbridge Ice Co., Bainbridge.
Camilla Ice .If Coal Storage Co.,
Camilla. Canton Ice Co., Canton. Carrollton Ice & Bottling Co., Car-
rollton. Cartersville Supply Co., Carters
ville. Cedartown Ice Co., Cedartown. City Ice Co., McRae. Citizens Ice Co., LaGrange. City Ice Plant, Blakely. City Ice Plant, Colquitt. City Ice Plant, Thomson. Consumers Ice Co., Atlanta. Coweta Ice & Fuel Co., Newnan. Cuthbert Ice Co., Cuthbert. Dallas Utility., Dallas. Dalton Ice Co., Dalton. Dawson Ice Co., Dawson. Donalsonville Ice Plant, Donalson-
ville. Douglas Ice Co. ,Douglas. Ellis Ice & Coal Co., Augusta. Ennis Ice Co., Milledgeville. Enterprise Ice Co., Millen. Fairburn Ice & Coal Co., Fairburn. Fitzgerald Ice Co., Fitzgerald. Forsyth Ice Co., Forsyth . Fort Gaines Ice Co., Fort Gaines. Fowler, M. L., Fort Gaines. Friedman, Samuel, Savannah. Gainesville Ice & Fuel Co., Gainesville. Georgia Consumers Ice Co., St.
Marys. Glynn Ice Co ., Brunswick. Green lee Co., Statesborv. Grensboro Ice Co., Green sboro. Griffin Ice Co., Griffin. Helena Ice Works, H elena. Henry County Milling & Ice Co.,
McDonough. House, J . W. & Son, Douglasville. Howell Ice & Cold S torage Co.,
Hawkinsville.
Hughes, Alex, Stillmore.
Independent Ice Co., Quitman.
Jackson Ice Corp'n., Jacks on.
Kinn ett Ice & Coal Co., Maco n.

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Knickerbocker Ice & Storage Co., Savannah.
LaGrange Ice & Fuel Co., LaGrange.
Mancheste r Ice & Fu el Co., Manchester.
Marietta Ice & Coal Co., Marietta. Metter Ice & Cold Storage Co.,
Metter. Milledgeville Ice Works, Milledge-
ville. Moultrie Ice & Cold Storage Co.,
Moultrie. Mururraye Ice Co., Jesup. Musoyee Ice Co., Columbus. Myers Ice Co., Barnesville. New Ice Co., Carrollton. Overstreet Bros., Wadley. Peoples Ice Co., Griffin. Ponce de Leon Ice Mfg. Co., At-
lanta. Pope Manufacturing Co., Washing-
ton. Quitman Ice Co. , Quitman. Sandersville Ice Co., Sandersville. Savannah Beverage & Ice Co., Sa-
vannah. Sawyer, A. J . Ice Co. , Macon . Simpson & Morgan Ice Co., Rock-
mart. South Atlantic Packin g & Provis-
ion Co., Savannah. Southern Ice Co., Au gusta . Southern Ice & Coal Co., Macon. Southern Ice & Coal Co ., Wrigh ts-
ville. Stephens Ice & Coal Co., Sanders-
ville. Summerville Ice Plant, Summer-
ville. Thomas Manufacturing Co., Madi-
son. Thomaston Ice Co., Thomaston. Thomasville Ice & Mfg. Co. , Thom-
asville. Toccoa Ice & Coal Co. , Toccoa . Vidalia Ice & Coal Co., Vidalia. Villa Rica Ice Co. , Villa Rica. Waynesboro Ice Ass'n., Waynes-
boro. W est Point Ice Co., W es t Point.
LAUNDRIES.
Acme Laundry, Columbus. Albany Laundry Co., Albany. American Loundry Co., Atlanta. American Loundry Co., Macon.

Americus Steam Laundry, Ameri-

cus.

Antiseptic Laundry, Savannah.

Barnesville Laundry, Barnesville.

Bass Steam Laundry, Dublin.

Bell Laundry, Atlanta.

Best Laundry, Savannah.

Brunswick Laundry Co., Bruns-

wick.

Capital City Laundry, Atlanta.

Cartersville Steam Laundry, Car

ters vill e.

Cedartown Steam Laundry, Cedar

town.

City Laundry, Eatonton.

City Laundry, Fitzgerald.

City Laundry, Hazelhurst.

City Laundry, McRae.

Cliff Laundry, W'aycross. Columbus Steam Laundry, Colum~

bus.

Cooley Laundry, Savannah.

Crescent Laundry Co., Macon.

Dalton Steam Laundry, Dalton.

Dart, Charlie, Madison.

Eagle Laundry, Atlanta.

Elm City Laundry Co., LaGrange.

Empire Laundry & Dry Cleaning

Co., Augusta.

Empire Laundry Co., Athens.

Excelsior Laundry, Atlanta.

Excelsior Laundry, Atlanta.

E. & W . La undry, Savannah.

First Class Laundry, Jesup.

French Dry Cleaning Co., Atlanta.

Gainesville Steam Laundry, Gaines-

vill e.

Ga t e City Laundry, Atlanta.

Georgia Laundry Co., Atlanta.

Griffin Laundry Co., Griffin.

Guthman Laundry Co., Atlanta.

Hulse's Steam Laundry, Augusta.

Ideal Laundry, Carrollton.

Ideal Laundry, Macon.

Independent Laundry, Macon.

LaGrange Steam Laundry, La

Grange.



McCoy Steam Laundry, Cordele.

Mod el Laundry Co., Atlanta.

Montezuma Laundry, Montezuma.

Newnan Steam Laundry, Newnan.

Piedmont Laundry Co. , Atlanta.

Prager Laundry Co., Savannah.

Red Cross Laundry, Savannah.

Reliable Laundry, Atlanta.

Republic Steam Laundry, Tifton.

Robertson, J . B. , States boro.

Rome Steam Laundry, Rome.

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Sandersville Laundry, Sandersville.
savan nah-Georgia Laundry Co., Savannah.
Service Laundry, Atlanta. Sewell La undry Co., Atlanta. Star Laundry Co., Savannah. Star Steam Laundry, Valdosta. Thomasv ille Steam ;LaundrY,
Thomasville. Tifton Laundry Co., Tifton. Trio Laundry, Atlanta. Troy Laundry, Atlanta. Troy Laundry, Macon. Vidalia Laundry, Vidalia. Way, Q. C. Laundry, Monroe. White Swan Laundry, Fitzgerald. White Swan Laundry, Macon. Willia ms, C. E ., Greensboro.
LEATHERS AND TANNERS.
Allen, Bona, Inc., Buford. Allen Manufacturing Co., Law-
renc evill e. Bernd, G., Macon. Boston Leather Co., Macon. Brunswick Hide & Metal Co.,
Brun swick. Burpee, T . G. & G. T ., Newnan. Calla han, J. E ., Winder. Carroll, M. B., Dublin. Chatham Trunk Factor y, Savan-
nah. Cordele Leather Co., Cordele. Cornochan Co., Rome. Couch Bros. Mfg. Co., Eas t Point. Eady, H. P ., Griffin. Economy Manufacturing Co.,
Thomaston. Foote Trunk & Bag Factory, At-
lanta. Gainesv ille Harness Co., Gaines-
ville. Goldin' s Harness Factory, Atlan-
ta. Griffith Implement Co., Athens. Hud son, R. H., Cairo. Johnson, Ezra, Novelty Co., New-
nan. Jones J . M., Thomas ton. O'Marmer, E . I., Savannah. Perfect Belt Mfg. Co., Aelanta. Red Seal Shoe Co., Atlanta. Rome Tannery, Rome. Rountree, H. W., Atlanta. Schoen Bros., Atlanta. Shadburn Bros., Buford.

Shadburn Bros., Norcross. Tifton Leather Co., Tifton. Watts & Tow, Clayton. Woodruff Manufacturing Co., Win-
der. Wright Leather Specialty Co., At-
lanta. Zelmonovitz, N. and Co., Bruns-
wick.
MARBLE AND GRANITE.
Albany Marble Works, Albany. Alsombrook, G. N., Blue Rid ge. American Marble & Granite Co.,
Canton. Arabia Granite Co., Lithonia. Athens Granite & Marble Co.,
Athens. Atlanta Crushed Ston e Co., Stock-
bridge. Barnesville Marble Co., Barnes--
ville. Bennett Marble Co ., Canton . Bertoni, Peter, Elberton. Bowie, Wm. F ., Augusta. Brantley & Doby, Lithonia. Br~scoe Marbl e & Gran ite Co., Cov--
ington. Broad Riv er Granite Co., Elberton. Brunswick Granite & Marbl e Co.,
Brun swick. Buford Marble & Granite Co., Bu-
ford. Calhoun Marbl Nork s, Calhoun . Capital Monumenc Co., Savannah. Capital Stone Co. , Atlanta. Carrollton Ma.rble Works, Carroll-
ton. Cedartown Marble & Transfer Cq.,
Cedartown. Cherok ee Marbl e & Granite Co. At-
lanta. Chuppe Granite Co., Lithonia. City Marble Co., Moultrie. Clarke, J. A., Waycross. Cla rke Monumental Works, Amer-
icus. Classic City Granite Co., Athens. Cobb County Marble Co., Mariet-
ta. Coggins Marble Co. Canton. Consolidated Marble & Milling Co.,
Canton. Consum ers Monum en t Co., Balr
Ground. Continental Marble & Granite Co.,.
Canton.

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Cordele Marble Works, Cordele.

Moore, Jas. A., Milledgeville.

.Davidson Granite Co., Lithonia.

Newnan Granite & Marble Co.,

Dbde Marble & Granite Co., De-

Newnan.

catur.

National Marble & Granite Co.,

.Dublin Marble Works, Dublin.

Ball Ground.

.Duggan, Mack, Sandersville.

Nichols, A. H. & Bros., Augusta

Eaton & Coffey Marble Co., Dal- North Georgia Marble Products

ton.

Co., Whitestone.

.E . Dodge Norman Marble Co., Col- Oglesby Granite Corp'n., Elberton.

umbus.

Oglethorpe Monument & Granite

Empire Marble Co., Canton.

Co., Savannah.

Enterprise Coal & Marble Co., At- Parker, H . T., Dallas.

lanta.

Pine Mountain Granite Co., Li

Evans, W. P . .& Co., Lithonia.

thonia.

Finbaker & Scott, Quitman.

Pope Marble Co., Macon.

Fitzgerald Marble Co., Fitzgerald. Quitman Marble Yard, Quitman.

Gaines Ma rble Co., Cartersville.

Rainwater, A. D. Marble Yard,

Georgia Granite Corp'n., Elberton.

Union City.

Georgia Marble Co., Marietta.

Reagin, E. W. & Co., Lithonia.

.Georgia Marble Co., Tate.

Richardson Marble Co., Marietta.

<Georgia Marble Finishing Works, Roberts Marble Co., Ball Ground.

Canto n .

Roche Stone Works, Savannah.

Georgia Monument Co., Fairburn. Schneider Marble Co., Inc., Ameri

Georgia Mosiac Tile Co., Macon.

cus.

Georgia Quincy Granite Co., Ma- Small Quarries Co., Pope's Ferry.

con.

:Southern Granite & Marble Works,

Georgia Quincy Granite Co., Spar-

Atlanta.

ta.

Southern Marble Works, Claxton.

<Granite Quarries Co., Pope's Fer- Standard, Marble Co., Rome.

ry.

Stanley-Norris Marble Yard, Ac-

Hawkins, P. H., Forsyth.

worth.

Haygood Granite Co., Lithonia.

Stone Mountain Granite Co., Stone

Herndon Bros ., Elberton.

Mountain.

Hill Bro s. Marble Works, Dalton. Superior Monument Co., B a 11

Hill Grani te Co., Newnan.

Ground.

Independent Marble Co., Canton. Talking Rock Mfg. Co., Talking

[ nternational Marble & Granite

Rock.

Co., Canton.

Toccoa Rock Crushing Co., Toccoa.

Johnson Granite Co., Lithonia.

U. S. Marble Co., Canton.

.Jones, H. H. Co., Griffin.

Valdosta Marble Works, Valdosta.

Jones Marble & Granite Co., Veal Granite Co., Stone Mountain.

Gainesville.

Vidalia Monument & Marble Co.,

.Jones, R. A., Rome.

Vidalia .

'Kelly, S. R. & Sons, Augusta.

Walz, Jno., Savannah.

'Kinney Granite Co., Lithonia.

Watson Marble Co., Woodstock.

Kohlruss, C. F., Augusta.

Waycross Marble Co., Waycross.

-Lavonia Marble & Granite Co., La- Wells Granite Co., Reda n.

vonia.

W illi qgham Stone Co., Gartrell.

Leland-Granite Co., Atlanta.

W ilson-Chapman Granite Co., Ll

iLockhart, J. L. Marble Co., Jack-

thonia.

son.

Winder Marble & Granite Co.,

Mackin, W. T. Granite Works,

Winder.

Sparta.

Zackary Marble Co., Newnan.

'Macon Granite Co., Sparta.

Mari etta Marble & stone Works,

MATTRESSES

Marietta.

McNeel Marbl e \Norks, Mar ietta. Albany Mattress Co., Albany.

:Mer cer Granite Co r p'n., E lberton. Amer ican Mattress Co., Atla nta.

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Athens Mattress & Spring Bed Co., Athens.
Atlanta Mattress Co., Atlanta. Augusta Bedding Co., Augusta. Clarke, David, Savannah. Cooper Mattress Mfg. Co., Colum-
bus. Dooner, J. R., Savannah. Douglas Mattress Co., Douglas. Dublin Mattress Co., Dublin. Gate City Mattress Co., Atlanta. Gholstin Spring & Mattress Co.,
Atlanta. Griffin Mattress Co., Griffin. Hirsch & Spitz Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Johnson Mattress Co., Rome. Macon Mattress Co., Macon. Met zger Mattress Co., Atlanta. Pine Grove Mattress Co., Pine
Grove. Pope Mattress Co., Americus. Riverside Manufacturing Co. Moul-
trie. Rome Mattress Co., Rome. Savannah Mattress Co., Savannah. Simmons Bed Co., Atlanta. Star Bed Pillow Co., Gaines ville. Trio Mattress Co., Atlanta. Trouton Mattress Co., Atlanta.
MEDICINE.
Albany Serum Co., Albany. Almo Remedy Co., Atlanta. Aspironal Laboratory, Atlanta. Baby Ease, Inc., Atlanta. Blosser, The Co., Atlanta. Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. Calotabs Co., Atlanta. Camthol, The Co., Savannah. Ca r-Bo-Thymol, Atlanta. Cherokee Medicine Co., Atlanta. Collum Dropsy Remedy Co., Atlan-
ta. Crem ulsion Co., Atlanta. Cremulsion Co., Griffin. E . E. M. Co., Atlanta. Exelento Medicine Co., Atlantq, Georgia Medicine Co., Macor Georgia Serum Co., Moultrit "Get s Em Co.," Tifton. Great Indian Herb Juice Co., At-
lanta. Haile, T. J . & Co., Fitzgerald. Herolin Medicine .Co., Atlanta. Hitchcock Medicine Co., Atlanta. Intravenous Products Co., Atlanta. Ja ckson Medical Co., Athens.

Livingston Medicine Co., Griffin;
Moultrie Swine Elixer Co., Moul!.. trie.
Neese MediciJle Co., Inc., Hartwell. Newbro Manufacturing Co., Atlan...
ta.
Puro Chemic&! Co., Atlanta. Raney Medicine Co., Atlanta. Salter, Dr. M. T ., Atlanta.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Uthgle Co., Atlanta.
Williams, J . B. Co., Quitman.

OIL MILLS.

Acworth Cotton Seed Oil Co., Ac-

worth.

_

Albany Oil Mill Co., Albany.

Americus Oil Mill Co., Americus.

Ashburn Oil Mill Co., Ashburn.

Atlanta Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta.

. Atlanta Refining & Mfg. Co., At-

lanta.

Bainbridge Oil Mill, Bainbridge.

Blackshear Mfg. Co., Blackshear.

Boston Oil Mill, Boston.

Bowdon Oil Mill & Fertilizer Co.,.

Bowdon.

Buckeye Cotton Oil Co ., Atlanta.

Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Macon.

Buford Oil & Fertilizer Co., Bu-

ford.

Burke County Oil & Fertilizer Co.,.

Waynesboro.

Calhoun Oil & Fertilizer Co.; Cal-

houn.

Camilla Oil & Fertilizer Co., Ca-

milla.

Canon Oil & Fertilizer Co. , Canon.

Carter Cotton Oil Mill, Hazelhurst..

Central Oil Co., Macon.

Cochran, G. M. Oil Co., Boston.

Cochran Oil Mill & Ginnery, Coch

ran.

Coleman Oil Co., Colema n .

Comer, E. T. Co., Millhaven.

Comer Oil Mill, Comer.

Cornelia Cotton OH Co., Cornelia-..

Cotton eed Oil Co., Savannah.

Covington Cotton Oil Co., Coving-

ton.

Cowetta Cotton Oii Co., Newnan.

Cumming Oil & Fertilizer Co.,.

Cumming.

Cuthbert Oil Co., Cuthbert.

Dallas Oil & Fertilizer Co., Dalla&

Dawson Cotton OH Co. , Dawson ..

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:Doerun Oil Mill Co., Doerun.

Donalsonville Oil Mill, Donalson-

ville.

Elberton Oil Mill Co., Elberton.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Bainbridge.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Blakely.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Cordele.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Dublin.
Empire Cotton on Co., Madison .

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Monticello.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., McRae.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Quitman.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Rome.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Savannah.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Valdosta.

Empire Cotton Oil Co., Vienna.

Evans County Oil Mill & Ginnery,

Hagan.

Fairburn Oil Co., Fairburn.

Farmers Cotton Oil & Fertilizer
co:, Toccoa.

Farmers Cotton Oil Co. , Americus.

Farmers Cotton Oil Co., LeGrange.

l'armers Cotton Seed Oil Co., Mar-

lin

Farmers Oil Mill, Commerce.

Farmers Oil Mill, Royston.

Farmers Oil & Fertilizer Co., La-

vonia.

Fayetteville Oil Co., Fayetteville.

Fitzgera-ld Cotton Oil Co., Fitzger-

ald.

Fort Valley Oil Co., Fort Valley.

'Gough Oil & Fertilizer Co., Gough.

Grantville Cotton Oil Mill, Grant-

ville.

'

Greenville Cotton Oil Mfg. Co.,

Greenville.

'Griffin Oil Co., Griffin.

Grovania Oil Mill Co., Grovania.

Ragan Oil Mill, Hagan.

'Harlem Oil & Fertilizer Co., Har-

lem.

Hartwell Oil Mill, Hartwell.

'Hodgson Oil & Refinery, Athens.

Hodgson Oil & Refinery, Craw-

ford .

'Hodgson Oil & Refinery, Farming-

ton.

Rome Cotton Oil Co., Lawrfence-

ville.

'Hoschton Cotton Oil Co., Hosch-

ton.

lnternational Vegetable Oil Co..

Augusta.

Jnterstate Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

Xing Lumber & Oil Co., Unadilla.

Lavonia Oil Mill, Lavonia. Lawrenceville Oil Mill , .,,.,..nA-..
ville.
Lester Ricks Oil Co., Byrom Louisville Oil Mill, Louisville. Mandeville Oil Mills, Bremen.
Mendeville Oil Mills, Carrollton. Marion Harper L.otton Oil
East Point.
Maysville Oil Mill, Maysville. McCaw Manufacturing Co., McDuffie Oil & Fertilizer
Thomson.
McNair-Young Co., Wrens. Milledgeville 011 Mill,
ville.
Monroe Oil & Fertilizer wick.
Monroe Oil & Fertilizer Co., roe.
Montezuma Mfg. Co., Montezuma; Monticello Oil Mill Co., onticello. Morton Oil Mill Co., Millen. Moultrie Oil & Fertilizer
M'lultrie.
Ocilla Oil & Fertilizer Co., Ocilla. Patrick Oil Mill, Conyers. Pelham Oil & Fertilizer Co.,
ham.
Planters Cotton Oil Co., Albany.
Planter:;; Cotton on Co., Augusta.
Planters Coton Oil Co., Tifton. Pope Manufacturing Co., Washing.
ton. Richland Coton Oil Co., Richland.
Rome Oil & Fertilizer Co., Rome. Rutledge Oil Co., Rutledge. Sandersville Cotton Oil Co., San-
dersville. Savannah Oil Mill, Savannah.
Shellman Oil Co., Shellman. Social Circle Oil Mill Co., Social
Circle. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Acworth. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Athena.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Carters-
ville.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., town.
Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
bus. Southern Cotton Oil
m erce. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Cordele. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Dawson.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Dublin. Southern Coton Oil Co., Forsyth.

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:Southern Cotton Oil Co., Fort Bulloch Packing Co., Statesboro.

Gaines .

Macon Packing Co., Macon.

.Southern Cotton Oill Co., Greens MorriS & Co., Atlanta.

boro.

Swift & Co., Atlanta.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Jackson. Swift & Co., Moultrie.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Lavohia. White Provision Co., Atlanta.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Macon.

southern Co tton Oil Co., Madison.

POWER PLANTS.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Newnan.

outhern Cotton Oil Co., Savannah. Alamo Water & Light Co., Alamo.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Talbot- AmeriGus Lighting Co., Americus.

ton.

Athens Railway & Electric Co.,

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Washing-

Athens.

ton.

Babcock Bros. Co., Babcock.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Waynes- Bainbridge Power Co., Bainbridge.

boro.

Baker County Power Co., Newton.

Summervilfe Cotton Oil Co., Sum- Bank Construction Co., St Marys'

merville.

'Baxley Light & Water Works, Bax-

Swift & Co., Oil Mill, Augusta. .

ley.

Swift & Co., Oil Mill, East Point. Brewer & Martin, Hinesville.

Swift & Co., Refinery, Atlanta.

Butler Light & Power Co., Butler.

Sylvania Oil Mill Co., Sylvania.

Cairo Light & Water Plant, Cairo.

Temple Cotton Oil Co., Temple.

Canton Light Co., Canton.

'Tennille Oil Mill, Tennille.

Central Georgia . Power Co., Jack-

Thomson Investm ent Co., Thom-

son.

son.

Central Georgia Power Co., Macon.

Trio Peanut Oil Co., Arlington.

Chestatee Pyrites & Chemical Co.,

Union Cotton Oil Co., Fitzgerald.

Dahlonega.

Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., Al- City Electric Plant, "Manchester.

l>an y.

City Lighting Plant, Abbeville.

Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., At- City Lighting Plant, Adel.

lanta.

City Lighting Plant, Manchester.

'U nion Seed & Fertilizer Co., Au- City Lighting Plant, Oglethorpe.

gusta.

City Lighting Plant, Rochell e.

L'nion Seed & Fertilizer Co., Col- City Light & Water Plant, Ash-

umbus.

burn.

Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., Ma- City of Adrian, Adrian.

con.

City of Albany, Albany.

'Upson County Oil Mill Co., Thom- City of Arlington, Arlington.

a s t o n.

City of Bainbridge, Bainbridge.

Valdosta Oil Mill Co.. Valdosta.

City of Blackshear, Blackshear.

vidalia Cotton Oil Co., Vidalia.

City of Blakely, Blakely.

'Villa Rica Cotton Oil Co., Villa City of Bowdon, Bowdon.

Rica.

City of Bremen, Bremen.

Walker Bros., No. 1, Griffin.

City of Brooklet, Brooklet.

Walker Bros., No. 2, Griffin.

City of Buena Vista, Buena Vista.

W arrenton Oil Mill, Warrenton.

City of Cartersville, Cartersville.

Washington Cotton Oil Mill, Ten- City of Cochran, Cochran.

nille.

City of Colquftt, Colquitt.

Winder Oil Mill, Woodbury.

City of Commerce, Commerce.

Woodstock 'on & Fertilizer Co., City of Coolidge, Coolidge.

Woodstock.

City of Cuthbert, Cuthbert.

City of Dalton, Dalton.

PACKING PLANTS.

City of Darien, Darien.

City of Doerun, Doerun.

.Armour & Co., Atlanta.

City of Dublin, Dublin.

Armour & Co., Tif~on .

City of Edison.

.Augusta Packing Plant, Augusta. City of Elberton, Elberton.

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City of Ellaville, Ellaville. City or Greensboro, Greensboro. City of Griffin, Griffin.
City of Hawkinsville, Hawkins ville.
City or LaGrange, LaGrange. City of Louisville, Louisville. City of Madison, Madison. City of Meigs, Meigs.
City of Metter, Metter. City of Midvillle, Midville. City of Millen, Millen. City of Milltown, Milltown.
City of Nashville, Nashville. City of Norman Park, Norman
Park. City of Ocilla, Ocilla. City of Pavo, Pavo. City of Quitman, Quitman.
City of. Sandersville, Sandersville. City of Shellman, Shellman.
City of Sparks, Sparks. City or Stillmore, stillmore. City of Swainsboro, Swainsboro. City of Sylvania, Sylvania. City of Tallapoosa, Tallapoosa. City of Thomasville, Thomasville. City of Vienna, Vienna.
City of Washington, Washington. City of Waynesboro, Waynesboro. City of Winder, Winder. City of Wrightsville, Wrightsville. City Water & Light Plant, Boston.
City Water & Light Plant, Dawson. City Water & Light Plant, LaFa-
yette. Claxton Electric Co., Claxton. Clayton Light & Power Co., Clay-
ton. Climax Light & Power Co., Climax. Columbus Power Co., Columbus.
Dallas Utility Co., Dallas.
uemorest Light & Power Co., Demorest.
Donalsonville Light & Water
Plant, Donalsonville. Douglas Electric Light Plant,
Douglas.
Ellijay Li ght & Power Co., Ellijay.
Fitzgerald Water, Light & Bond Commission, Fitzgerald.
Fort Valley Electric Plant, Fort Valley.
Georgia-Alabama Power Co., Al bany.
Georgia-Alabama Power Co., Fort
Gaines.

Georgia-Carolina Power Co..,

gusta.

Gc,org-ia Public 8Hrviee Co.,

dele.

Georgia Public Service Co., Titto

Georgia Railway & Power Co., At,

lanta.

Georgia Railway & Power Co. Cu.

rollton.
Georgia Railway & Power Co...

Gainesvile.

Georgia Railway & Power Co.,.

Hartwell.

Georgia Railway & Power Co., Tal

lulah Falls.

Georgia & Southern Ut1litles, East-

man.

Greenville Water & Light Co.,.

Greenville.

Guyton Light & Water Co., GU7

ton.

Habersham Mfg. Co., Habersham..

Hahira Electric Light Co., Hahira.

Hardman's Mill, Nocoochee.

Homerville Light & Water CO.,

Homervllle.

Houser Bros., Dawsonville.

Jesup Electric Light Plant, Jesup.

Lane, Trundle & McLain, Rt~

gold.

Lowe, T . J ., Mableton.

Lumpkin Light Plant, Lumpkin.

Macon Railway & Light Co., Ma.

con.

Marshallville Light & Water Com

mission, Marshallville.

McCrary, D. J ., Roberta.

McRae Electric Power Pfant, Mc-

Rae.

Montezuma Light & Power Co.,

Montezuma.



Municipal Light & Power Co., Bluet

Ridge.

Municipal Light & Water Co.~

Cedartown.

Municipl Light & Water Co., Rocll:

mart.

Municipal Light & Water Co.,

Statesboro.

Municipal Water & Light Planir

Camilla.

Municipal Water & Light Plant.

Douglasville.

Municipal Water & Light Plantr

Moultrie.

Mutual Light & Water Co., Bruns--

wick. Oconee Electric Co., MilledgevtU~

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Panola Power Co., Conyers.

B. & A. Manufacturing Co., At-

Panola Power Co., Lithonia.

lanta.

Pembroke Light & Water Co, Pem Bell Overall Co., Gainesville.

broke.

Bell Over all Co. , Winder.

Putnam M111 s & Power Co., Eatcm Breen Skirt Manufacturing Co, At-

ton.

lanta.

Richland Electric Light Plant, Carhart Overall Factory, Elberton.

Richland.

Clark, A. H., Valdosta.

Rome Ra ilway & Ll~ht Co., Rome. Climax Overall Co., Winder.

savannah Electric Co., Savannah. Commerce Overall Mfg. Co., Com-

savannah Lighting Co., Savannah.

merce.

Smith, Dr. J. G., McDonough .

Cr es cent Skirt Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Sparta Electric Plant, Sparta.

De Luxe Shirt Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Springfield Light & Water Co., Dublin Overall Factory, Dublin.

Springfield.

Economy Manufacturing Co., Sa-

Summervllle Electric Light Co.,

vannah.

Summerville.

Enterprise Manufacturing Co., At-

Sylvester Water & Light Co., Syl-

lanta.

vester.

F loding, W . E ., Atlanta.

Thomson Light & W!Rter Co., Globe Manufacturing Co., Savan-

Thomson.

nah.

Toccoa Falls Light & Power Co., Hamilton Carhardt Co., Atlanta.

Toccoa.

Hanger, J . E., Inc., Atlanta.

Toccoa Light Plant, Toccoa.

Happ Bros., Macon.

Towaliga Falls Power Co., Griffin. Harper Manufacturing Co., Rome.

Towaliga Falls Power Co., Jack- Head-McMahan, Athens.

s on.

Jewell Shirt Co., Atlanta.

Town of Wadley, Wadley.

Kirschner, J., Savannah.

Town of Whigham, Whigham.

L. & L. Manufacturing Co., Atlan-

Twin City Light Commission,

ta.

Graymont.

Loeb, Marcus & Co., Atlanta.

Valdosta Lighting Co., Valdosta.

Macon Woolen M111s, Macon.

V1lla Rlea Electric Light & Power Marks, Mrs. Ray, Macon.

Co., Villa Rica.

McElroy Art Limb Co., Atlanta.

Ware County Light & Power Co., Mincey Manufacturing Co., Galnes-

Waycross.

vme.

Warrenton Light & Power Co., 1\Htchell Manufacturing Co., Atlan-

Warrenton.

ta.

Water & Light Commission, Mon- Mohr, L. & Sons, Savannah.

roe.

Monarch Over all. Co., Atlanta.

Water & Light Commission, Pel- National Straw Hat Works, Atlan-

ham.

ta.

W1llacoocbee Lighting Plant, Will- Novelty Hat Manufa cturing Co.,

acboocbee.

'

Atlanta.

Young Harris Ligh t & Power Co., Nunnally & McCrae, Atlanta.

Young Harris. Zackery Bros., Harlem.

Paramount Manufacturing Co., At. lanta.

Pioneer Manufacturing Co., Atlan-

READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS

ta. Princess Manufacturing Co., Atlan-

Alexander Bros. Co. , Savannah. All Star Manufacturing Co., Atlan-
ta.
American Hat Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
American Manufactu ring Co., Sav a n ni!-il ,

ta. Quality Skirt Mfg. Co., Savannah. Queen Quality Shirt Co., Atlanta. R eady-to-Wear Manufacturing Co.,
Atlanta.
Red Seal Shoe Factory, Atlanta. Reliable Manufacturing Co., Atlan-
ta. -

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Robinson Shirt Co., Atlanta. Rome Manufacturing Co., Cartets-
vllle.
Rome Manufacturing Co., Rome. Smith Manufacturing Co., Dalton. Smith, M. D. & H. L., Atlanta. Southern Overall Co., Columbus.
Southern States Garment Co., Atlanta.
Tailor Made Corset Co., Atlanta. United Cotton & Woolen Co., At-
lanta.
United Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
United Woolen Co., Cordele.
Wender Skirt Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
Winder Manufacturing Co., Winder.
Wiseberg Manufacturing Co., At-
lanta.
SASH-DOOR&-BLINDS. Adel Manufacturing Co., Adel.
Americus Construction Co., Americus.
Americus Scren Mfg. Co., Ameri-
cus. Askew, W. S. Co., Newnan.
Augusta Lumber Co., Augusta. Bacon, A. S. & Co., Savannah. Barnesville Plaining Mill Barnes-
ville. Beacham, J. H., Dublin.
Bennett Lumber Co., Forsyth. Black Builders Supply Co., Mariet-
ta. Bowdon Planing Mill, Bowdon. Brady, Ed., Stone Mountain. Buchanan Lumber Co., Buchanan. Buford Lumber Co., Buford.
Bullochville Casket Co., Bulloch ville.
Camp, E. N. & Son, Moreland.
Cannon Screen Works, Albany. Carter Bros., Rochelle. Clhickamauga Excelsior Works,
Chickamauga. Clark, WI. L. Variety Works, Quit
man. Cochran Lumber Co., Cochran . Cooper Lumber Co.. Columbus. Cordele Sash, Door & Lumber Co.,
Cordele. Crisp County Lumber Co., Cordele. Daltor. Excelsior Works, Dalton.
Davis-Jenkins & Sons, Moultrie. Davis Variety Works, Fitzgerald.
Dawson V!J.riet;r Wor~s, Dawson.

Dublin Lumber Co ., Dublin. Dublin Planing Mill, Dublin.
Dudley Sash, Door & Lumber Co., Columbus.
Dupre Manufacturing Co., Atlanta. Elberton Planing Mill, Elberton.
Enterprise Manufacturing Co., Waycross.
Farrar Lumber Co., Dalton .
Forsyth Coal & Lumber Co., Forsyth.
Georgia Lumber & Mfg. Co., Mon-
tezuma. Georgia Lumber Co., McRae. Gibson Lumber Co., Augusta. Gresham Manufacturing Co., Grit-
fin . Harvey Lumber Co., Columbus. Huber Lumber Co., Moultrie. Hughey, T. J., Greensboro.
Junction .City Mfg. Co., Junction City.
Juniper Casket Co., Juniper. LaGrange Supply Co., LaGrange. Lang & Orr, Brunswick.
Langs Variety Works, Sandersville.
Marbutt-Williams Lumber Co., At-
lanta. Marshall Manufacturing Co., Rome. Maxeys Variety Works, Maxeys. Meigs Manufacturing Co., Meigs. Moss Manufacturing Co., Athens.
Moultrie Cabinet Works, Moultrie. New, D. E., Carrollton. Patent Door & Blind Co., Rome. Perkins Manufacturing Qo., Augus-
ta. Perkins Sash & Door Co., Augusta. Pharr, G. F., Dacula.
Phoenix Planing Mill, Atlanta. Reynolds Lumber & V a r 1e t y
Works, Reynolds.
Rhyne Bros. Lumber Co., Cartersville.
Rowland, J. H ., Wrightsville. Shaw, L. F. & Son Co., Carters-
ville. Shiver, Jno. W., Americus. Smith Lumber Co., Waycross.
Sparta Lumber Co., Sparta. Stephens, W. P., Marietta. T'aylor Bros., Greensboro. Thomaston Variety Works, Thom
aston. Thomasville Variety Works, Tbom
asvllle.
Turner :r:.,ulllber Co., Millen.

lOQ

Upson Lumber &: Mtg. Co., ThoD1-

- aston.

,

Valdosta Sash & Door Co., Valdos-

ta.

Williams Lumber C.o., Lawrence-

ville.

Willingham Sash & Door Co., Ma-

con.

Wilson, C. T. & Sons, Augusta.

Wlnder Lumber Co., Winder.

Wines Lumber Co., Dublin.

Woodbury Lumber Co., Woodbury.

Woodward Lumber Co., Augusta.

SHIPBUILDING PLANTS

Concrete Steel Sh"l,pbuilding Co., Savannah.
Georgia Shipbuilding Co., Savannah.
National Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Savannah.
Southland Steamship Co., Savan-
nah. Terry Shipbuilding Corp'n., Savan-
nah. U. S. Maritime Corp'n., Bruns-
wick.

TEXTILE MILLS.

Acworth Cotton Mills, Acworth. Acworth Knitting Mills, Acworth.
Adams Cotton Mills, Macon. Aldora Mills, Barnesville.
American Textile Co., Atco. Anchor Duck Mills, Rome. Aragon Mills, Aragon.
Arnall Mills, .Sargent. Athens Manufacturing Co., Athens. Atlanta Hosiery Mills, Atlanta.
Atlanta Woolen Mills, Atlanta. Augusta Factory, Augusta. Barnes Knitting Mills, Cedartown.
Barrow County Cotton Mills, Win-
der. Berryton Cotton Mills, Berryton.
Beverly Cotton Mills, Elberton. Bibb Manufacturing Co., No1, Ma-
con. Bibb Manufacturing Co., No 2, Ma-
con. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Crown
Mill), Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Co., Knitting,
Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Payne
Mill), Macon.

Bibb Manufacturing Co., Columblis.

Bibb Manufacturing Co., Porter-

dale.

Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Osprey

Mill), Porterdale.

Bibb Manufacturing Co., Reynolds.

Blue Ridge Knitting Mills, Blue

Ridge.

Calhoun Yarn Mills, Calhoun.

Canton Cotton Mills, Canton.

Capps Manufacturing Co., Toccoa.

Carhart Cotton Mills, Elberton.

Cedartown Coton & Export Co.,

No. 1, Cedartown.

Cedartown Cotton & Export Co.,

No. 2, Cedartown.

1

Cherokee Hosiery Mills, Rome.

Climax Hosiery Mills, Athens.

Cochran Cotton Mills Co., Coch-

ran.

Collier Manufacturing Co., Barnes-

ville.

Columbus Manufacturing Co., Co-

lumbus.

Consolidated Textile Corp'n., La-

Fayette.

Consolidated Textile Cor'n., Pel-

ham.

Cook Duck Mills, Cedartown.

Couch Cotton Mills, In., Thomson.

Couch Mills Co., East Point.

Covington Mills, Covington.

Crawford Cotton Mills, Crawford.

Crown Coton Mills, No. 1. Dalton.

Crown Cotton Mills, No. 2, Dalton.

Crystal Springs Bleachery, Chick-

amauga.

Dallas Hosiery Mills, Dallas.

Dalton Hosiery Mills, Dalton.

Dixie Cotton mills, LaGrange.

Douglas Hosiery Mills, Douglas-

ville.

Dunson Mills, LaGrange.

Eagle & Phenix Mills, Columbus.

Eastman Cotton Mills, Eastman.

East Newnan Cotton Mills, New-

nan.

Eatonton Cotton Mills, Eatonton.

Echotta Cotton Mills, Calhoun.

Elk Cotton Mills, Dalton.

Elm City Mills, Dalton.

Elm City Cotton Mills, LaGrange.

Ensign Cotton M.ills, Forsyth.

Enterprise Manufacturing Co., Au-

gusta.



Exposition Cotton Mills, Atlanta.

Fitzgerald Coton Mills, Fitzgerald.

Flint River Cotton Mills, Albany.

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Floyd Cotton Mills, Rome. Forsyth Cotton Mills, Forsyth. Forsyth Hosiery. Mills, Forsyth.
Fort Valley Cotton Mills, Fort Valley.
Fort Valley Knitting Mills, Fort Valley.
Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills, Atlan-
ta. Gainesvllle Cotton Mills, Gaines-
ville. Gate City Cotton Mills, East Point. Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 1, Grif-
fin. Georgia Cott?n Mills, No. 2, Grif-
fin. Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 3, Grif-.
fin.
Georgia Duck & Cordage Mills,
Scottdale. Georgia Mfg. Co., Athens.
Georgia Mfg. Co., Columbus. Georgia Mfg. Co., Ga inesville. Gilmer, L. H. & Co., Millen.
Globe Cotton Mills, Augusta. Grantville Cotton Mills, Grantville. Grantville Hosiery Mills, Grant-
ville. Griffin Hosiery Mills, Griffin. Griffin Manufacturing Co., Griffin. Habersham Mills, Habersham. Hamburger Mills, Columbus.
Hampton Cotton Mills, Hampton. Harmony Grove Cotton Mills, Com-
merce. Hartwell Mills, Hartwell. Hender son Mfg. Co., Hamp ton. Henry Cotton Mills, Hawkin sville. Hetrick Mfg. Co., Gainesville. High Shoals Mfg. Co., High Shoals.
Hillside Cotton Mills, LaGr ange. Hutcheson Mfg. Co., Bann ing.
Imperial Cotton Mills, E atonton. International Cotton Mills, H o-
gansville. International Cotton Mills, La-
Grange.
Jefferson Cotton Mills, J effer son . Je well Cotton Mills Co., J ewell. Jonesboro Mfg. Co., Jones boro. Juliette Cotton Mills, Juliette. Kennesaw Hosi er y Mills, Mar iet-
ta. Kincaid Knitting Mills, Griffin. Kincaid Mfg. Co., No. 1, Griffin. Kincaid Mfg. Co., No.2, Grifin.
King, Jno. P . Ma nufacturing Co., Augusta.

LaF'ayette Cotton Mills, LaFayette.
Lavonia Cotton Manufacturing Co., Lavonia.
Lawrenceville Mills, Lawrencev i l l e ..
Liberty Cotton Mills, Dallas.
Little River Mills, Woodstock. Lois Cotton Mills, Douglasville. Mallison Braided Cord Co., Athens.
Manchester Cotton Mills, Manchest er.
Manchester Manufacturing Co., Macon.
Mandeville Mills, Carrollton.
Marietta Knitting Mills, Manetta. Marietta Manufacturing Co., Ma-
rietta. Martel Manufacturing Co., Egan. Mary-Leila Cotton Mills, Greens-
boro.
Massachusetts Mills in Georgia, Lindale.
Mcintosh Mills, Newnan.
Merit as Mills, Columbus. Milst~ad Manufacturing Co., Mil-
stead. Mitchell Hosiery Co., Columbus. Monroe Cotton Mills, MQnroe. Montezuma Mfg. Co., Montezuma. Moreland Knitting Mills, More-
land. Mo ul trie Cotton Mills, Moultrie. Muscogee Manufacturing Co., Co-
lumbus.
Newnan Cotton Mills, Newnan. Newnan Hosiery Mills, Newnan. P acolet Manufacturing Co., New
Holland. Palmet to Cotton Mills , Palmetto. Park Cotton Mills, LaGrange.
Park W oolen Mills, Rossville. P eerl ess Cotton Mill s, Thomaston. P eerl ess Woolen Mills, Rossville.
Pepperton Cotton Mills, Jackson. Perkin s Hosier y Mill s, Columbus. P iedmont Cotton Mills, Atlanta.
Poulan Cotton Mills, Poulan. Princeton Mfg. Co., Athens. Quitman Mfg. Co., Quitman. Ri chmond Hosiery Mills, Rossville.
Riverside Mills, Augusta. Rome Hosiery Mills, Rome. Roswell Manufacturing Co., No. 1,
Ro s well . Roswell Manufacturing Co., No 2,
Roswell.
Rushton Cotton Mills, Griffin. Scottdale Mills, Scottdale.

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Sibley Manufacturing Co., Augus- Carrollton Velvet Bean M!Il Car

ta.

.

roll ton.

Singleton Silk Manufacturing Co., Central Grocery Co., Tifton.

Augusta.

Connor, W. C., Sylvester.

Smith Cotton Mills, Douglasville. Cowart, Walter, Union City.

Social Circle Cotton Mills, Social David, H. A., Montezuma.

Circle.

DeLoach, 0 . R., Claxton.

Southerland Manufacturing Co., Edison Milling Co. Edison.

Augusta.

Georgia Products Co., MUledge-

iouthland Knitting Mills, Macon.

vUle.

Southern Manufacturing Co., Athe Jones, M. F., Metter.

Southern Mfg. Co., Athens.

Mallet & Ball, Jackson.

Southern .Press Cloth Mfg. Co., Metcalf Milling Co., Camilla.

Augusta. .

Milledgeville Products Co., Mill-

Standard Cotton Mills, Cedartown.

edgeville.

Star Thread Mills, Athens.

Milner, W. S., Eastman.

Strickland Cotton Mills, Valdosta. Mingledorff, E. N., Springfield.

Summervllle Cotton Mills, Sum- Oliver, W. C. & Son, Lyons.

merville.

Phelps, D. A., Poulan.

Swift Manufacturing Co., Colum- Planters Seed & Supply Co., Amer-

bus.

icus.

Swift Spinning Mills, Columbus.

Pope, J . T ., Dublin.

Tallapoosa Mills, Tallapoosa.

Prater, W. H., Dalton.

Tennille Yarn Mills, Tennille.

Statesboro Milling Co., Statesboro.

Thomaston Cotton Mills, Thomas- Sweat & Weeks, Blackshear.

ton.

Thomasville Elevator Co., Thom-

Trio Manufacturing Co., Forsyth.

asville.

-

Trion, The Co., Trion.

Walker Bros., Griffin.

Tifton Cotton Mills, Tifton.

Walton Bros., Vienna.

Tilton, G. H. Sons, Savannah. Willacoochee Re-Milling Co., Will-

Toccoa Cotton Mills, Toccoa.

acoochee.

Union Manufacturing Co., Union Wrens Milling Co., Wrens.

Point.

Union Thread Co., Athens.

. WOODWORKING AND VENEER-

Unity Cotton Mills, LaGrange.

ING.

Unity Spinning Mills, LaGrange.

Valley Waste Mills, LaGrange.

Alma Novelty Works, Alma.

Villa Rica Hosiery Mills, Villa Banks & Frohock, St. Marys.

Rica.

Brown, W. J ., Metter.

Walker County Hosiery Mills, La- Campbell, W. T., Rockmart.

Fayette.

Carr Lumber Co., Hazelhurst.

Walton .Cotton Mills Co.,Monroe. Chamber s Lumber Co., Macon.

White City Mfg. Co., Athens.

Davis Variety Works, Fitzgerald.

Whitehall Yarn Mills, Whitehall. Daughtry, J. A., Metter.

Whittier Mills Co., Chattahoochee. Dublin Veneer Co., Dublin.

Willingham Cotton Mills, Macon. Farrar Lumber Co., Dublin.

Flora-American Plywood Co., Ma-

VELVET BEAN MILLS.

con.

Ford, J . W. & Son, Springfield.

Adel Gin & Trading Co., Adel.

Graham, F. M. & Co., Fitzgerald.

Aultman, Davis Co., Warwick.

Hardwood Mfg. Co., Dublln.

Baldwin; A. J . & Co., Dawson.
Ben Hill Co., Fitzgerald.
Bowdon Velvet Bean Mill , Bowdon.

Hicks & Brown Cartersville. Hightower Planing Mill, Cedar-
town. Hill Planing Mill, Clarkesville. Hunt, J . H., Gainesville.

Buena Vi!1ta Milling Co., Buena Jowers, C. A. & Son, Buena VIsta.

VIsta.

Macon Veneer Co., Macon.

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-Massee & Felton Lumber Co., Ma- l;Juford Manufacturing Co., Buford.

con.

Burke, J. W. Co., Macon.

Plneora Mfg. Co., Pineora.

C. & H . Vinegar Co., Atlanta.

Rlehardson, W. R., Macon.

Chandler, F. 0 . Sons, Savannah.

Shore Manufaeturing Co., Bain- Chason, J. D. & Co., Bainbridge.

bridge.

Chattanooga Bottle & Glass Mfg.

Thomson Variety w orks, Thom-

Co., Tallapoosa.

son.

Cherokee Ochre Co., Cartersville.

Wilder, R. C. Lumber Co., Macon. Columbia Peanut: Co., Bainbridge.

Columbia Peanut Co., Fort Gaines.

MISCELLANEOUS

Columbus Coffee Co., Columbus.

Columbus Truck & Supply Co., Co-

Air Reduction Sales Co., Atlanta.

lumbus.

Afri-Cola Co., Atlanta.

Cooledge, F. J. & Sons, Atlanta.

Alco Feed Mills, Atlanta.

Co-Operative Cheese Factory,

American Beverage & Syrup Co.,

Cleveland.

Atlanta.

Cotton States Tent Co., Atlanta.

American-European Art Glass Co., Curry, A. S., Climax.

Atlanta.

DeSoto Coffee Co., Savannah.

American Cement & Paint Co.,

ville.

Rossville.

Diamond Holfast Rubber Co., At-

Atlanta Auto Top & Trimming Co.,

lanta.

Atlanta.

Dixie Laboratories, Atlanta.

Atlanta Cone Co., Atlanta.

Dixie Roll & Cotton Co., Macon.

Atlanta Cotton Bag Co., Atlanta. Dixie Seal & Stamp Works, Atlan-

Atlanta Envelope Co., Atlanta.

ta.

Atlanta Paint Co., Atlanta.

Dorsey, W" F., Leo.

Atlanta Paper Co., Atlanta.

Doss Rubber & Tire Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Refining & Mfg. Co., At- Dowman-Dozler Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

lanta.

DuPont Powder Co., Cartersville.

- Atlanta Rubber Stamp & Stencil Eagle Multlgraphlng, Stamp &;

Co., Atlanta.

Stencil Works, Atlanta.

Atlanta -Sand & Supply Co., At- Economy Cone & Tube Co., Cedar-

lanta.

town.

Atlanta Tent & Awning Co., Atlan- ETerett, 0 . C., Sylvania.

ta.

Floyd Bros., Atlanta.

Atlantic Paper & Pulp Co., Savan- Foote & Davies, Atlanta.

nah.

Frederick Disinfectant Co., Atlan

Atlantic Refining Co., Attapulgus.

ta.

Atlantic Refining Co., Brunswick. Gate City Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Augusta Cream-Sizing Co., Augus- Georgia Creosoting Co., Inc. Bruns-

ta.

wick.

Badgett, Mays, Atlanta.

Georgia Cushion & Wrapper Co.,

Ball, S. W. Mfg. Co., Winder.

Woodland.

Barnett, W. 0 . Co., Macon.

Georgia Pecan Products Co., Ba

Bennett Rubber Stamp & Seal Co.,

con ton.

Atlanta.

Georgia Pecan Products -Co., Thom

Bennett Stamp & Printing Co., At-

&STille.

lanta.

Georgia Rosin Products Co., Bruns-

Big Tom Barytes Co., Cartersville.

wick.

Billingslea, W. W., Macon.

Glles, A. B., Tallapoosa. .

Bingham, Samuel & Sons, Atlan- Hall, W. H ., Palmetto.

ta.

Hardway-Carglll Co., Calumbus.

Blue Ridge Manufacturing Co., Hilburn, C. A., Macon.

Blue Ridge.

Hockaday, The Co., Atlanta.

Blue Ridge Ochre Co., Cartersville. Hue!, H. H. Mfg. Co., Winder.

Blue Springs Dye & Finishing Co., Jackson Bag & Burlap Mfg. Co.,

Cedartown.

Atlanta.

Brannan , Mary Co., Atlanta.

J E)fferson Mfg. Co., Savannah.

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Johnson-Wlkle Co. Atlanta.

Jordan Manufacturing Co.. Monti-

cello.

Koppe & Stelnlchen, Atlanta.

Linde Air Products Co., Atlanta.

Liquid Carbonic Co., Atlanta.

Lyd & Crimmins, Macon.

McM1llan Metal Co., Savannah.

Miller Brass & Valve Co., Macon.

Miller Manufacturing Co., Bain-

bridge.

Monarch Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Montag Bros., Inc., Atlanta.

Morgan, J . D. & Sons, Tifton.

Murray Manufacturing Co., New-

nan.

Muscogee Roll & Cotton Co., lila-

con.

National Paper Co., Atlanta.

National Pencil Co., Atlanta.

New River Sire Ochre Co., Carters-

ville.

O'Conner Schwers Paint Co., Au-

e gusta.

Palmr & Sone, Athens.

Paper Products Co., Cedartown.

Farlan Paint Co., Atlanta..

Perfect Pea Picker Co., Hartwell.

Perfection Canopy Co. Atlanta.

Prater, Jno., Atlanta.

Prest-O-Lite Co., Atlanta.

Purity Products Co., Macon.

Pyntree Paper Co., Gordon.

Rinker Dease Mfg. Co.. Augusta.

Riverside Ochre Co., Cartersville.

Rogers, W. C., Meansville.

Rosenfield Co., Atlanta.

Royal Cotton products Co., Atlan-

ta.

Savannah Bag Co., Savannah.

Sea Island Cotton Gin Co., Vidalia.

Shambow Shuttle Co., Blue Ridge.

Shannon Refrigerators Co., Atlan-

ta.

Shaw. Colin & Son s, Statesboro.

Sheats Stock Tonic, Winder.

Sikes Hay Press Co., Ocilla.

Southern Decorating Co., Atlanta.

Southern Fruit Julep Co.. Atlanta.

Southern Oil & Ink Co.. Savannah.

Southern Stock Food Co., Atlanta.

Southern Tire & Rubb er Co., Au-

gusta:



Southern Upholstering Co., Atlan-

ta.

Spratling, J. H., Macon.

Standard Tag Co., Augusta.

Stephens, J . P. Engraving Co., Atlanta.
Taylor Umbrella Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Thompson, A. J ., Fairburn. Thompson, J. W., Cataula.
Thompson, W. c.. Bainbridge.
Tilson Bros. Albany. Tripod Paint Co., Atlanta. United Laboratories Co., Atlanta. Webb & Vary Co., Atlanta. Wilder, J . J., Cordele. Woodcraft Co., Atlanta. Woodley Bros. &Co., Camilla. Wpodley Bros. & Co., Fort Gaines. Woolfolk, J . W., Fort Valley. WorldManufacturing Co., Atlanta.. Yaryan Rosin &. Turpentine Co.,
Brunswick. Young Harris Co-Operative Cheeee
Factory, Young Harris.
NEWSPAPER AND PERIODI-
CALS.
DAILY.
Banner, Athens. Banner, Brunswick. Chronicle, Augusta. Constitution. Atlanta. Courier-Herald, Dublin. Dispatch, Cordele. Eagle, Gainesville. Enqulrer~Sun, Columbus. Free Press, Quitman. Gazette, Tifton. Georgian, Atlanta. Herald, Albany. Herald, Athens. Herald, Augusta. Journal, Atlanta. Journal-Herald, Waycross. Leader-Enterprise, Fitzgerald. Ledger, Columbus. News, Brunswick. News, Macon. News, Rome. News, Savannah. News & Sun, Griffin. Observer, Moultrie. Press, Savannah. Reporter, LaGrange. Star, Elberton. Telegraph, Macon. Times, Valdosta. Times-Enterprise, Thomasville. 'Times-Recorder, Americus. , Tribune-Herald, Rome.

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Advance, Vidalia. Advertiser Buford. Advertiser, Clarkesville. Advertiser, Metter. Advertiser, Quitman. Advocate-Democrat, CrawfordAtlanta Searchlight, Atlanta. Atlanta Georgia Patriot, Atlanta. Baker County News, Newton. Banks Comllty lJournal, Homer. Banner Nahnunta. Bartow Tribune-News, Carters-
ville. Bostonian, Boston. Brantley County News, Hoboken. Bulletin, Bowdon. Bulletin, Irwinton. Bulloch Times & News, States-
boro. Calhoun County Courier, Arling-
ton. Campbell News, Fairburn. Carroll County Times, Carrollton. Carroll Free Press, Carrolton. Catoosa Record, Ringgold. Charlton County Herald, Folkston. Cherokee Advance, Canton. Chronicle, Abbev111e. Clinch County News, Homerville. Clipper, Warrenton. Cobb County Times, Marietta. Coffee County Progress, Douglas. Columbia News, Harlem. Columbia Sentinel, Harlem. Crawford County News, Roberta. Courier, Cleveland. Courier, Doerun. Dade County Times Trenton. Dawson County Advertiser, Daw-
sonville. DeKalb New Era, Decatur. Dispatch & News, Hawkinsville. Douglas County Sentinel, Douglae-
v1lle. Eagle, Sparks. Early County News, Blakely. Echo Dahlonega. Enterprise, Camilla. Enterprise, Claxton. Enterprise, Cornelia.
Enterprise, Douglas.
Enterprise, Maysv!lle.
Enterprise, Pembroke.
Enterprisel(;azette, Senoia.
Forest Blade, Swainsboro.

Forsyth County News, cummlnr.

F our County Post, Acworth.

Free Press, Alpharetta.

Gateway, Bremen.

Georgian, Montezuma.

'Graphic, LaGrange.

Gwinnett Journal, Lawrencev1lle.

Hawkeye, Savannah.

Headlight, Wrightsville.

Hearst's Sunday American, Atlan-

ta.

Henry County Week I y, M c.

Donough.

Herald, Butler.

Herald, Byromville.

Herald, Carnesville.

!Herald, Fitzgerald.

Herald, Gainesville.

Herald, Meigs.

Herald, Nashville.

Herald, Newnan.

Herald, Springfield.

Herald-Journal, Greensboro.

Home Journal, Perry.

Independent, Lumpkin.

Ishmaelite, Sparta.

Jackson Herald, Jefferson.

Jefferson Reporter, Wrens.

Jones County News, Gray.

Journal, Cochran.

Journal, Hamilton.

Journal, Lithonia.

Journal, Pelham.

Journal, Tallapoosa.

Journal & Courier, Marietta.

Lanier News, Milltown.

Leader, Cuthbert.

Leader-Trtbune, Fort Valley.

Lee County Journal, Leesburg.

Liberal-Enterprise, Cuthbert.

Liberty County Herald, H 1n e II

ville.

Lincoln Journal, Llcolnton.

Macon County Citizen, Oglethorpe.

Madlsonlan, Madison.

Marion County Patriot, Buena Via

ta.

McDuffie Progress, Thomson.

Mercury, Manchester.



Meriwether Vindicator, Greenville.

Messenger, Cairo.

Messenger, Eatonton.

Miller County Liberal, Colquitt.

Monitor, Danielsville.

Monitor, Mount Vernon.

Monroe Advertiser, Forsyth.

New Era, Dallas.

New Era, Rochelle.

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New Era, Talbotton.
News, Adel. News, Comer. News, Commerce. News, Covingt~ n. News, Dawson. News, Donalsonville.
News, Edison. News, Fayetteville.
News, Gainesville. .News, Jonesboro. News, Milledgeville.
News, Millen. .News, Millwood. News, Monticello. News, Richland . News, Rockmart. News, Soperton. News, Summerville.
News, Vienna. News, West Point.
.News, Winder. News & Banner, Baxley. News & Banner, Franklin.*
News & Farmer, Louisville. News-Enterprise, Hazelhurst. News-Gazette, Barnesville.
.News-H erald, Lawrenceville. News-Reporter, Washington. North Georgia Citze n, Dalton. North Georgia News, Blairsville. North Georgian, Cumming. Nugget , Dahlonega.
Observer, Commerce. Oconee Enterpiise, W,atkinsville. Oglethorpe Echo, Lexington.
Pickens County Progress, Jasper. Pike County Times-Journal, Zeb-
ulon.
Post Searchlight, Bainbridge. *
Press, Thomasville. Progr ess, Lyon1;1.
Progress, Sandersville. * Progress-Arg us, Jackson. Record, Gibson. Record, Royston. Record, Toccoa. Schley County New~. Ellaville. Sentinel, Jesup. Shuttle, LaGrange.
Southeast Georgian, St. Marys. outhwest Georgian, Fort Gaines . Standard, Cadartown. Star, Ocilla.
Summ it-Post, Blue Rid ge. Sun, Colquitt. Sun, Hartwell. *
Tattnall Journal, Reidsville.

Telephone, Sylvania.
Telfair Enterprise, McRae. Times, Alma. Times, Blackshear. Times, Calhoun. Times, Conyers.
Times, Thomaston. Times, Willachoochee. Times & Gauge, Lavonia. Times Courier, Ellijay.
Times-Journal, Eastman. Tribune, Buchanan. Tribune, Clayton. Tribune, Pearson. Tribune, Sparta.
True Citizen, Waynesboro. Twiggs County Citizen, Jeffers~n-
ville. Union Recorder, Milledgeville. Walker County Messenger, LaFa-
yette. V\Talton Ne ws, Monroe.
Walton Tribune, Monroe. Wheeler County Eagle, Alamo.
Wiregrass Farmer, Ashburn. Worth County Local, Sylvester.

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Fulton County Daily Report, Atlan-

ta.



Weekly.

C)lristian Index, Atlanta. Cotton Record, Savannah. Federation News, Augusta. Gleaner, Savannah.
Industrial Index, Columbus. Journal of Labor, Atlanta. Labor Review, Augusta.
Naval Stores Review, Savannah. Southern Underwriter, Atlanta.
Wesleyan Christian Advocate, At lanta.
Workman, Rome.

Semi-Monthly.

Home & Farmstead, Athens.
Southern Ruralist, Atlanta. *
Universalist Herald, Canon.

Monthly.
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City Builder, Atlanta. Commercial Fertilizer, Atlanta. Concrete Age, Atlanta. Cotton, Atlanta.
Cotton Seed Oil Magazine, Atlanta. Dixie Beekeeper, Waycross. Dixie Borderland Highway Maga-
zine, Columbus. . Dixie Miller, Atlanta. Dixie Motor News, Atlanta.
Dixie Woodworker, Atlanta. Drug Store & Cigar N ews, Atlan-
ta. Georgia Bulletin, Columbus.
Georgia Farmer & Stockman, Macon.
Georgia Odd Fellow, Gainesville. Golden Age, Atlanta. Hardware and Housefurnishing
Goods, Atlanta.
Hotel & Travel, Atlanta. Journal of the Medical Association
of Georgia, Atlanta. Laundryman's Guide, Atlanta. Masonic Herald, Rome.
New South Baker, Atlanta. Nut Grower, Waycross. Oil Miller, Atlanta.
Railroad Herald, Atlanta. Refrigeration, Atlanta. School & Home, Atlanta. Soda Dispenser, Atlanta.
Southeast Live Stock, Columbus. Southeastern Dry Goods Merchant,
Atlanta.
Southeastern Grocer, Atlanta. Southern Architect & Building
News, Atlanta.
Southern Banker, Atlanta. Southern Carbonator & Bottler,
Atlanta. Southern Engineer, Atlanta. South@rn Funeral Directory, At
lanta.

Southern Hardware & Implement Journal, Atlanta.
Southern Merchant, Atlanta. Southern Telephone News, Atlan
ta. Sweet s, Atlanta. Watts' Official Railway Guide of
the South, Atlanta. 'Westmi ni ster Magazine, Atlanta.
Bi-Monthly.
Music Teacher am:l Home Maga.. zine, Dalton.
Quarterly.
Georgia Historical Quarterly, Savannah.
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Semi -Weekly.
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uli, Albany. Tribune, Savannah.
Semi-Monthly.
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Monthly.
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TENTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1921
H. M. STANLEY, Commissioner J. T. DERRY, Assistant Commissioner WM. A. BOY, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector
1922 DOWMAN-WILKINS CO.
Atlanta Ga.

TENTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Ending Qecember 31, 1921
H. M. STANLEY, Commissioner J. T. DERRY, Assistant Commissioner WM. A. BOY, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector
1922 DOWMAN-WILKINS CO. .
Atlanta Ga.

REPORT
Atlanta, Ga., January 1, 1922.
To HIS EXCELLENCY,
HON. THOMAS W. HARDWICK, Gov ernor.
SIR:-
In accordance with law, I have the honor and pleasure of respectfully submitting to you the tenth annual report of the Department of Commerce and Labor for the term ending December 31, 1921.
Business conditions during 1921 were not nearly so good as the several previous years. There was a very material reduction in the value of manufactured products and a resultant decrease in wages. The conditions which prevailed in Georgia during last year were not materially different, however, from the conditions experienced in all parts of the country. The year 1921 was a hard year on all classes of business and in many respects was one of the worst experienced by industry in a long time. The coming year cannot be worse than the past one. There is some reason to hope that conditions in 1922 will be very inuch better than in 1921. The depression in industry began in the latter part of 1920 and continued through the year 1921. As bedrock apparently has been reached there should be an improvement during the year 1922.
The General Assembly of 1920 enacted a law called the Georgia Wcrkmen's Compensation Act, and made the Commissioner of Commerce and Labor Chairman of the Industria~ Commission named to admini'ster this most important
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measure. This new law proved to be mu~h more farreaching than any one could have imagined and has very greatly increased the duties and resppnsibilities of the Commissione of Commerce and Labor. It is a very interesting work, however; exceedingly beneficial in its nature, and I have not regretted in the least having a part in the administration of this Act. A report will be made by the Industrial Commission but it might not be out of place to remark in passing that for the ten months beginning March 1 and ending December 31, 1921, there were handled by the Industrial Commission 11,778 accident claims, or at, average of 1,178 per month. Out of the number stated there was an average of one fatal case every three and three-quarter working days of the year.
The General Assembly of 1920. passed _another measure making the Commissioner of Commerce and Labor a member of the Georgia Securities Commission. During the year it has been my pleasure to assist in .the work of endeavoring to prevent the promoters of various speculative schemes from unloading their worthless securities upon the people of Georgia. With the other Commissioners I have labored hard to be of service to the people of the State. There is a measure pending in Congress denying the use of the mails 'for the sale of any speculative security, that has not the san~tion of the State where the same is sought to be sold. There seems to be every reason to believe that this measure will be enacted into law. If it should prove to be true it will inevitably mean that the work of the members of the Georgia Securities Commission will be greatly increased.
Section 3 of the Act creating the Department of Commerce and Labor requires the collection and collation of a mass of statistics concerning labor and its relation to capital, informati.on and statistics concerning the location, capacity of mills, factories, workshops and other industries, the actual output of the manufactured products, the character and amount of labor employed, the kind and quality

of raw material used, the capital invested therein, etc., which requires much research and investigation. This work is largely done by the Assistant Commissioner of Commerce and Labor, who is particularly adapted to such work and a considerable portion of his time is devoted to it. We take a just pride in the amount of information disseminated each year by this Department. In order to uo it, very much work is involved; much more so than one would imagine who has had no experience with respect thereto. We especially call attention to the statistical information found in this and previous reports of the department which can be accepted as accurate.
During the year several applications from employers were filed with the Commissioner for permission to carry labor out of the state for personal use in other states. When each application was received the county and city authorities located at the point from which labor was to be carried, were consulted, and in every instance these authorities recommended that the applicatio~s be granted. The condition of business has been such as to cause much idleness and authorities were of the opinion that not only would the communities be served by permittinng the labor to leave but the laborers themselves would be given employment which they could not secure at home. No application was ever granted without first making the investigation.
There has been for months. considerable unemployment which we have labored to relieve to the very best of our ability. The unemployment was brought about by industrial depression beyond the ability of anyone to remedy, therefore with the limited force and means at hand very little could be done in the way of securing positions for those who were idle and wished to work. During periods of depression there must of necessity be much unemployment because employers are forced to cut their payrolls as much as possible, and much labor is necessary to place applicants in employment. During the past year there were conducted in the state six limited free employment of-
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fices under the supervisiOn of this Department. The expense of these offices were maintained by municipalities in Atlanta and Savannah, by Chambers of Commerce in Macon, Waycross and Columbus, and by co-operation in Augusta between the municipality and the Y.. M. C. A. During the year in the offices named it was possible to secure employment for only 2,604 people. A great many more than this were referred to jobs which may have resulted in employment being secured but no report was received and claim is made only for those actually placed and d._uly acknowledged by the employer. Had a larger force been available much better results could have been obtained.
There were also conducted during the year sixteen paid employment offices, of which number six specialized in teachers, three were for negroes only, and seven did a miscellaneous business. The paid employment offices furnished employment to 2,!m4 people, as follows : Teachers, 327; negroes, 1,196; miscellaneous, 1,411. However, there were registered in the paid agencies a total of 4,355 applications, as follows: Teachers, 488; negroes, 1,855; miscellaneous, 2,012. Out of the total number which registered for employment, 1,421 failed of employment, although charged a registration fee by the agency. These agencies charge for the most part registration fees of from $2 to $5 and in addition collect a fee ranging from $3 to 20 per cent of the first month's salary. Some of the teachers agencies do not charge registration fees but, collect as much as 50 per cent of the first month's salary. The law should be amended requiring the agencies which charge a registration fee to refund the amount paid to the applicant if a position is not furnished within thirty days. Nearly all the states have such a law and I believe that it would be nothing but right and proper and for the protection of the unfortunate if Georgia required a refund of these registration fees if no position should be secured.
We have found that the paid employment agencies demand a registration fee from any applicant and I doubt
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not with full knowledge that employment cannot be secured. In fact, on February 17, I had to issue an order cancelling the license of the Employment Exchange, located in the Central Building. I cited the manager of this concern to appear before me and show cause why this license should not be revoked. The parties concerned then skipped the State. The complaint against this exchange was that they were registering everyone who came in for a job and made no apparent effort whatsoever to secure e~ployment for those paying for it. .J earnestly recommend that the law regarding paid employment agencies be amended so as to give greater authority to the Commissioner of Commerce and Lab9r and to require a refund of the registration fee or other money paid if a position is not secured within a reasonable length of time.
There is pending before the General Assembly a measure designed to increase the age limits of children in industry and to provide a sensible, sane and efficient sanitary measure as relating to industry. This bill has the approval of the committee to which it. was referred and will come up for action this year as unfinished business. I earnestly hope that the General Assembly will provide a means by which better sanittry conditions can be brought about in connection with some of the industries. For the most part, conditions are good, but now and then instances are found where little or no attention is paid to sanitation. At the present time there is no law upon the statute books which this office can invoke to bring about satisfactory results.
Several times I have recommended to the General Assembly that industrial schools be established whereby those desiring it could be educated along practical lines. I earnestly hope that the General Assembly will consider this suggestion and at the earliest possible day provide a means by which the youth of the State can be taught along practical lines how best to earn a livelihood.
For some years the General Assembly has had under consideration the passage of laws relating to elevator and
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boiler inspection. Unless the State takes some action in the next year or two with reference to boiler inspection there may be dumped upon the State very many unsafe boilers condemned by other States. There are very few States that have not boiler inspection laws and the danger from boiler explosions is going to grow greater and greater in Georgia as the years go by for lack of such inspection.
The industries of the State are inspected at frequ'ent intervals and.it is always the pleasure of the Commissioner to require special inspections when complaints are filed. The labor laws of the State are .quite as well observed as any laws on the statute books and in many respects very much better than most laws. Several special complaints were filed with the Department during the year, all of which were promptly investigated and for the most part proved to be unfounded. These special complaints were not only investigated by the regular factory inspector but also by the Chief Clerk of this Department. .
In conclusion, please permit me to take this occasion to express to you my great appreciatiqn for the kindness and consideration shown me by Your Excellency and by the officials of the Executive Department.
Respectfully submitted, e H. M. STANLEY, Co"mmissioner.
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Manufacturing in Georgia
The manufacturers of Georgia felt seriously the general depression which came upon every business enterprise in the United States during the past year. The capital in most lines of manufacture remained about the same, because while some plants reported a falling off in capital, others reported exactly the same, and some showed considerable increase. The cost of material was, in some instances, onethird less, in other one-half and in a few cases two-thirds less, the average being about one-half of the year before. The _production was in some instances considerably reduced, in others about the same and in a 'few instances somewhat increased. Although very many of the textile mills were reported as running on short time and with reduced force, some of them by taking up new lines of manufacture actually showed a .gain jn value of products, while the general average was about half the value of the previous year. There is a discrepancy between reports of manufactories in Georgia by the United States Census and the Georgia Department of Commerce and Labor, arising from different methods of computation. The United States authorities take no account of the small manufactories that report a capital of less than $500, while the Georgia reports include such small trades. Again, the United State~ government reports all manufacturing plants in one city or town, belonging to the same corporation, as one plant, while, .if they are remote from each other, the Georgia Department counts them as different plants. The greatest difference arises from the fact that the Act creating the Georgia Department of Commerce and Labor forbids said Department to take any account of lumber mills and those that manufacture rosin and .turpentine, which are reported by
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the government of the United States and have manufactured products to the value of several million dollars. These number 1,953, to which should be added 413 printing and publishing establishments, making a total of 2,366 not listed by this Department but which are included in the Govern-ment census. Add these to the 2,757 reported to the Department of Commerce and Labor and the total is 5,123, an excess of 320 over the government figures. From this deduct the 64 laundries and dyeing and cleaning establishments not counted by the government but included in our report and the excess over the government figures is 256.
The Textile Mills in Georgia are listed as follows : Cotton and silk, 153; woolen mills, 3; mills that spin and knit, 7; mills that knit, 27; total, 190. The capital of these mills was distributed as follows: Cotton and silk, $95,000,000; woolen mills, $1,663,034.66; mills that spin and knit, $3,925,308.33; mills that knit, $2,170,278.22; total, $102,758,621.21. Money invested in buildings and land and equipment is distrubted as follows: Cotton and silk mills, $60,068,679.55; woolen mills, $790,587.60; mills that spin and knit, $2,227,450.94; mills that knit, $1,579,640.45; total, $64,666,358.54. The manufactured products of the textile mills of Georgia are cloths of many kinds, such as sheeting, duck, drills, denims, khaki, tire and other fabrics, including woolen goods; also toweling, ticking, lap robes, bed spreads, twine, sash cord, thread, hose and knit underwear. The total value of all these products was $127,026,100.66. The machinery used in the production of all the above-named articles consisted of 2,631,707 producing spindles, 322,977 twister spindles, 50,536 looms, 8,459 cards, 31 sets of cards, 616 sewing machines, 4,747 knitting machines, 547 looping machines and 915 ribbing machines. Of the textile mills, 74 bleach, dye and finish. The powers used are steam, water and electricity. Those using steam were 91; water 37; electricity 101. Many of them use more than one kind of power. The cost of raw material was $58,640,922.78; the amount
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paid in salaries to officers and clerks was $2,975,575.68; the amount paid to wage earners was $17,081,264.95; amount paid for repairs and new machinery was $9,942,096.44. The total of all these exJ?enses. was $29,998,937.04. The number of all white employees was 34,631, of whom 20,111 were males and 14,520 were females. The negroes employed in the textile mills numbered 2,172, of whom 1,613 were males and 559 were females. . The negro men were employed ' as drivers and porters and the negro women as scrubbers and cleaners. (See Tables 1 to 4, inclusive.)
Industries allied to textile mills are those that manufacture pants, overalls, shirts, hats and garments for women and children; also awnings, tents, mattresses and backbands. There are 99 establishments in Georgia that come under this class. They use 1,700 sewing machines. . The capital invested in 1921 was $3,200,000. The following were some of the chief items of expense. Amount spent for repairs and new machinery, $40,678.92; pay of officers and clerks, $230,000; amount paid to wage earners, $725,000; cost of raw materials, which was largely produced by the textile mills, $2,500,000; total of foregoing items of expense, $3,495,678.92. The value of all the manufactured produtcs was $5,530,662.19. The employees numbered 1,495 or 1,061 whites and 434 negroes. The textile mills and their allied industries are regarded as among the most important industries of Georgia and employ a ''Very large proportion of the wage earners of the State. (See Table No. 5.)
Compresses are not manufactories, but they are such important public utilities that they have become prime necessities to railroads, steamships and to everything used for transportation. Manufacturers, farmers, merchants and shippers alike consider them indispensible. Their number is 32. The capital invested in compresses in Georgia in 1921 was $4,950,000. The employees numbered 1,087, of whom 202 were whites and 885 negroes. The salaries of officials wel'e $150,000 and the wages of all employees, $250,000, The cost of repairs and :taw machinery amounted
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to $48,915.56. The highest daily capacity of presses was 2,000 bales. (See Table No. 6.)
The .Cotton Oil mills in Georgia that were operated in 1921 numbered 147. In this important manufacturing industry Georgia ranks third for 1921. The capital invested in 1921 was $25,000,000. There were purchased 278,000 tons of cotton seed and 258,763 tons were crushed. The cost of the seed and for crushing was $9,237,879. The number of operatives was 2,850, of whom 950 were whites and 1,900 negroes. The amount paid in salaries and wages was $1,080,000. The expense of repairs and new machinery amounted to $530,666. All these running expenses amounted to $10,848,543. The manufactured products were: 10,505,335 gallons of crude oil valued at $14,450,425; 42,595 tons of cake and cotton seed meal, valued at $2,814,945; 27,398 tons of hulls, valued at $796,000; 35,137 bales of linters (each 500 lbs. net), valued at $748,667. The grand total of all these values was $18,810,037. (See Table No. 7.)
Georgia ranks first among all the States in the number of fertilizer factories and mixing plants and the value of their products. The number operating in 1921 was 174. The capital invested was $50,960,094.32. The cost of repairs and new mechainery was $1,078,082.99. The raw materials used in manufacturing were sulphates, phosphates, pyrites, ground limestone, phosphate rock and cotton seed meal. Their cost was $9,144,935. The average namber of employees was 4,000, and their total pay, $1,900,000. Of manufactured products there were 535,638 tons and their value was $17,072,133. (See Table No.8.)
The Brick, Tile, Sewer Piping, Cement and Clay products of Georgia have for many years shown a steady growth in importance. Whenever comparisons are made as to the status of any industry at different periods, the condition of the same industry when things are normal should be taken into consideration. The steady growth of our cities and towns is sure to produce a corresponding growth of every industry whkh plays Wl important part in the construction
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of every kind of building, whether for residence, business or amusement, or in work upon streets or roads. The chief raw materials in this line of industries are clay, stone, sand, shales and cement. The record for the year ending December 31, 1921, is as follows: Number of plants in operation, 95; capital invested, $8,938,696.63 ; amount paid fo'r ma-chinery and repairs, $202,886.16; value of raw material, $2,222,542.70; salaries of officials and clerks, $365,538.32; amount paid to wage earners, $1,032,691.61; total of foregoing expenses, $3,823,658.79; value of an manufactured products, $3,912,764.59. The average number of employees was 3,851. (See Table No. 9.)
The Foundry, Iron and Steel, Machine and General Repair shops, including railroad shops, were reported as follows for the year 1921: Number, 186; capital and investment, $17,485,653.84; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $1,793,287.85; amount of raw mat~rial used, 900,000 tons; cost of same, $8,343,129.12; amount paid to officers and clerks, $1,750,000; amount paid to wage earners, $9,943,951.47; total of all the foregoing expenses, $21,830,368.44; value of 'all manufactured products, $25,313,975.71. The total number of employees was 10,a88, of whom 7,888 were whites and 2,500 negroes. (See Table No. 10.)
The reports for the last year for Mable and Granite quarries and Marble yards and all other stones or manufactured materials pertaining to these industries not previousiy mentioned, used for construction and paving were as follows: Number, 117; capital and investment, $16,502,575; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $136,991.41; value of raw material, 1,929,913; amount paid to officers and clerks, $794,398.96; amount paid to wage earners, $1,488,822.16; total of expense, $4,350,125.53; value of manufactured products, $7,237,880.20. The number of employees was 3,729, of whom 2,929 were whites and 800 negroes. (See Table No. 11.)
The reports of the Bottlers and Manufacturers of Soft Drinks in Georgia for the year were as follows: Number,
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230; capital and investment, $33,186,796.80; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $531,501.20; cost of raw material, $6,129,580.84; amount paid to officers and clerks, $660,962.96; amount paid to wage earners, $2,513,765.96; total of 'foregoing expenses, $9,835,810.96; value of manufactured products, $22,241,377.28. The number of employees was 1,700, of whom 1,100 were whites and 600 negroes." (See Table No. 12.)
The reports for the manufactories of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Carts and materials were as follows : Number of plants, 60; capital and investment, $3,177,749.93; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $25,000; cost of raw materials, $800,000; salaries of officers and clerks, $200,000; amount paid to wage earners, $400,000; total of foregoing expenses, $1,425,000; value of manufactured products, $1,600,000. The number of employees was 1,000, of whom the whites numbered 700, and the negroes 300. (See Table No. 13.)
The Electric Power and Light plants were as follows: Number, 158; capital and investment and complete equipment, estimated in round numbers at $100,000,000; amount paid for new machinery and repairs, $1,990,000; amount paid to officers and clerks, $500,000; amount paid to wage earners, $7,200,000; total number of employees, 10,100, of whom 4,700 were whites and 5,400 negroes. The totai number of places served by electric cars, including cities, towns, villages, stations, rural retreats and places of resort, 125. Cities, towns and villages lighted by electricity number several hundred, the exact numbers not ascertained. (See Table No. 14.)
The Gas plants were reported as follows: Number, 16; capital, $12,545,000; money invested in repairs and new machinery, $100,000; cost of material, $950,000; number of employees, 960, of whom 600 were white and 369 negroes; salaries of officers and clerks, $250,000; amount paid to wage earners, $600,000; total of foregoing expenses, $1,900,000; value of products, $3,250,000. (See Table No. 15.)
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The Ice factories numbered 100. The capital invested was $10,365,681.73; money invested in repairs and new machinery, $1,019,256.87; cost of materials, $1,305,445.23; paid to officers and clerks, $441,669.04; paid to wage earners, $1,096,'~78.95; total of foregoing expenses, $3,863,150.09; value of products, $4,605,973.15. The number of employees was 1,630, of whom 630 were whites and 1,000 negroes. (See Table No. 16.)
All the remaining industries in Georgia, over which the Georgia Department of Commerce and Labor has any kind of jurisdiction, are listed for the year in Table No. 17.
Bakeries, confectionaries, candies and ice cream are classed together and are reported as follows: Number of plants, 212; capital, $6,717,135.80; money inve~ted in new machinery and repairs, $195,000; cost of materials, $4,433,420.57; amount paid to officers and clerks, $344,907.32; amount paid to wage earners, $894,393.60; total of foregoing expenses, $5,867,721.49; value of products, $8,303,235.03. The number of wage earners is 1,683, of whom 1,447 are whites and 236 negroes.
Barrels, Boxes, Staves and.Crates were reported as follows: Number of plants, 94; capital, $4,005,192.63; money spent for repairs and new machinery, $148,00; cost of materials, $2,410,187.69; amount paid to officers and clerks, $202,000; amount, paid to wage earners, ~1,224,061.93; total of foregoing expenses, $3,984,249.62; value of products, $4,711,304.74. The total number of employees was 2,362, of whom 956 were whites and 1,406 negroes.
Brooms, Brushes and Mops: Number of plants, 30; capital, $200,000; spent for repairs and new machinery, $5,887.20; cost of materials, $105,000; paid to officers and clerks, $15,000; paid to wage earners, $55,000; total of foregoing expenses, $180,887.20; value of products, $392,978; number of wage earners, 140, of whom 50 were whites and 90 negroes.
Canning establishments: Number, 48; capital, $685,000; paid for repairs and new machinery, $115,869; cost of
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material, $350,320; paid to officers and clerks, $60,475; paid to wage earners, $425,000; total of foregoing expenses, $951,664; value of manufactured products, $1,224,056.68. Number of all employes was '2,150, of whom 1,600 were whites and 550 negroes.
Cigar Manufactories: Number, 64; capital, $250,000; amount spent for repairs and new machinery, $1,000; cost of materials, $400,000; paid to officers and clerks, $70,000; paid to wage earners, $275,000; total of foregoing expenses, $746,000; value of products, $925,000. The total number of employees was 500, of whom 300 were whites and 200 negroes.
Flour and Grist Mills and Mills grinding any other Feed for man or .beast: The reason for listing all these together is there are occasionally mills of importance whose work cannot be given separately without disclosing private business. Of these industries the report for the year is as follows: Number of plants, 216; capital, $6,638,442; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $630,000; cost of material, $7,890,205.21; amount paid to officers and clerks, $456,000; amount paid to wage earners, $989,628; total of foregoing expenses, $9,965,833.21; value of products, $16,340,370.62. The number of employees was 2,000, of whom 1,300 were whites and 700 negroes.
Furniture, including Sash, Doors and Blinds and finished Woodwork: Number, 177; capital $6,559,068.36; money paid for repairs and new machinery, $407,724.39; cost of mater.ial, $3,029,165.32; amount paid to officers and clerks, $414,227.23; amount paid to wage earners, $1,618,964.85; total of foregoing expenses, $5,470,081.79; value of manufactured , products, $8,689,146.24. Number of employees, 3,350, of whom 2,100 were whites and 1,250 negroes. Laundries are, of course, not manufactories, but they are public utilities. Their report for the year is as follows: Number, 77; capital, $1,220,137.68; cost of repairs and new machinery, $183,007.88; cost of material, $415,000; amount paid to officers and clerks, $131,250; amount paid' to wage
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earners, $450,000; total of foregoing expenses, $1,179,257.88; value of work turned out, $2,454,626.15_. :~- The number of employees was 1,080, of ':"hom 300 were whites and 780 negroes.
Leather Goods manufactured, Tanneries, Saddleries and Harness: Number of plants, 31; capital, $3,471,582.82; cost of repairs and new machinery, $74,000; cost of material, $2,617,326.18; amount paid to officers and clerks, $260,000; amount paid to wage earners, $641,171.17; total of foregoing expenses, $3,592,497.37; value of all manufactured products, $4,427,052.52. The number of employees was 1,200, of whom 700 were whites and 500 negroes.
In addition to all the foregoing classes of industries are many others with not enough of a single kind to arrange them in such a manner as to avoid the disclosure of private business. We have classed these under one head thus: Miscellaneous manufactures. The report for these for the year is as follows: Number of establishments, 204; capital, $22,688,328.72; cost of repairs and new machinery, $1,200,464.33; cost of materials, $5,275,394.52; amount paid to officers and clerks, $600,084.85; amount paid to wage earners, $1,583,063.80; total of foregoing expenses, $8,659,007.50 ; value of all ma-nufactured products, $11,663,142.34. The number of employees was 2,124, of whom 1,408 were whites and 716 negroes.
The total capital for the year was $441,505,757.88, being less than that of the census year by about $7,000,000. The total value of all manufactured products for the year for the industries that report to the Georgia Department of Commerce and Labor was $295,731,816.10. If to this is added the value of the manufactured products of the industries that report to the United States government, but not to this Department, the sum will be considerably over $300,000,000, approximating closely half the value of the census year when all values were far above normal. When all things are considered, this is a splehdid showing for the manufactures of Georgia.
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Information as to Twelve Cities.
It would be manifestly impossible to give a detailed account of the manufacturing done in every city and town in the State, but it might be of interest to give report from the twelve leading manufacturing cities. They are as follows:
Atlanta, in Fulton and DeKalb Counties : Population, 200,616; number of establishments, 503; persons engaged in manufactures, 19,862, of whom 370 were proprietors and firm members, 3,737 salaried employees, 15,775 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 37,737; capital, $68,355,000; salaries, $7,351,000, and wages, $15,374,000, making a total of $22,725,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $67,863,000; value of products, $114,249,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less cost of materials was $46,386,000.
Savannah, in Chatham County: Population, 83,252; number of establishments, 147 ; persons engaged in manufactures, 4,646, of whom 142 were proprietors and firm members, 412 were salaried employees and 4,092 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 9,377; capital, $18,276,000; salaries, $866,000, and wages, $3,990,000, making a total of $4,856,000 paid for services; cost of. materials, $ 0,259,000; value of products, $18,603,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less the cost of materials was $8,344,000.
Macon, in Bibb County: Population, 52,995; number of establishments, 135; persons engaged in manufactures, 7,297, of whom 100 were proprietors and firm members, 740 were salaried employees, 6,457 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 24,022; capital, $25,373,000; salaries, $1,499,000, and wages, $5,689,000, making a total of $7,188,000 paid for services; cost of materials; $45,203,-
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000; value of products, $57,721,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less cost of materials was $12,518,000.
Augusta, in Richmond County: Population, 52,548; number of establi'shments, 93; persons engaged in manufactures, 5,730, of whom 78 were proprietors and firm members, 496 were salaried employes and 5,156 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 25,872; capital, $22,507,000; salaries, $1,144,000 and wages, $4,603,000, making a total of $5,747,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $24,330,000; value of products, $37,161,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less the cost of materials was $12,831,000.
Columbus, in Muscogee County: Population, 31,125; number of establishments, 74; persons engaged in manufactures, 8,553, of whom 49 were proprietors and firm members, 417 were salaried employees and 8,087 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 25,864; capital, $26,143,000; salaries, $896,000 and wages, $6,151,000, making a total of $7,047,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $20,906,000; value of products, $35,562,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less the cost of materials was $14,656,000.
Waycross, in Ware County: Population, 18,068; number of establishmen_ts, 22; persons engaged in manufactures, 1,666, of whom 15 were propri~tors and firm members, 92 salaried employees, 1,559 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 4,047; capital, $2,455,000; salaries, $172,000 and wages $2,007,000, making a total of $2,179,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $2,175,000; value of. products, $4,443,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less the cost of materials, $2,268,000.
LaGrange, in Troup County: Population, 17,038; number of establishments, 24; persons engaged in manufactures, 3,686, of whom 13 were proprietors and firm members, 154 salaried employees, 3,519 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 10,837; capital, $16,4()_9,000; salaries,
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$304,000 and wages $2,6S5,000, rriaking a total of $2,989,000

paid for services; cost of materials, $12,615,000; value of

products, $20,235,000. The value added by manufacture,

or the value of products less cost of materials was $7,620,000.

Athens, in Clarke County: Population, 16,748; number of

establishments, 42 ; persons engaged in manufactures, 1,344,

of whom 35 were proprietors and firm members, 118 sal-

aried employees, 1,191 average number of wage earners;

primary horsepower, 5,429; capital, $6,036,000; salaries,

$241,000 and wages, $791,000, makin g a total of $1,032,000

paid for services; cost of materials, $4,973,000; value of pro-

ducts, $7,718,000. The value added by manufactures, or

the value of products less cost of materials, $2,745,000.

Brunswick, in Glynn County: Population, 14,413; num-

ber of establishments, 46; persons engaged in manufactures,

1,810, of whom 40 were proprietors and firm members, 141

salaried employees and 1,629 average number of wage

earners; primary horsepower, 3,236; capital, $5,391,000;

salaries, $257,000 and wages, $1,967,000, making a total of

$2,224,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $2,603,000;

value of products,. $6,191,000. The value added by manu-

factures, or the value of products less cost of materials,

$3,588,000.

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Rome, in Floyd County: Population, 13,252; numb!')r of establishments, 64; persons engaged in manufachtres, 2,223, of whom 28 are proprietors and firm members, 225 salaried employees and 1,970 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 4,937 ; capital, $5,351,000; salaries, $465,000 and wages, $1,341,000, making a total of $1,806,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $5,872,000; value of products, $8,699,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less cost of material s, $2,827,000.
Albany, in Dougherty County: Population, 11,555; number of establishments, 23; persons engaged in manufactures, 377, of whom 11 were proprietors and firm members, 58 salaried employees, 308 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 1,938; capital, $2,064,000 ; salaries,

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137,000 and wages, $270,00,0, making a total of $407,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $1,543,000; value of products, $2,694,000. The value added by manufacture, or value of products less cost of materials, $1,151,000.
Valdosta, in Lowndes County: Population, 10,783; num-. ber of establishments, 38; persons engaged in manufactures, 614, of whom 30 were proprietors and firm members, 69 salarieq employees and 515 average number of wage earners; primary horsepower, 2,145; capital, $2,571,000; salaries, $123,000 and wages, $383,000, making a total of $506,000 paid for services; cost of materials, $2,840,000; value of products, $3,912,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less cost of materials, $1,072,000.
The total population of the above twelve largest cities of Georgia by the census of 1920 was 522,393. Out of this total population the number engaged in manufactures was 57,828, of whom 911 were proprietors and firm members, 6,659 salaried employees and 50,258 wage earners. The total number of manufacturing establishments was 1,211, and the primary horsepower was 155,441. The total capital invested in all the manufactories of the aforesaid twelve largest cities of Georgia was $200,929,000. The amount paid in salaries was $13,455,000 and the total paid to wage earners was $45,251,000, making a total of $58,706,000 paid for servic.es. The cost of materials was $201,182,000. and the value of manufactured products was $317,188,000. The value added by manufacture, or the value of products less the cost of materials was $116,006,000. If from this we deduct the amount paid for services we have a net gain of $57,300,000 which must be still further reduced by amount paid for fuel and such other incidental expenses as are incmred in every business.
Other Cities of the State.
There are 47 other municipalities listed by the Census Bureau and containing a total population of 205,466. This
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makes a total urban population of 59 cities of 727,859. The 47 municipalities have manufacturing establishments numbering 1,028, with capital of $47,669,000, and manufactured produCts to the value of .$104,260,000.
Thus for the 59 cities which contain Georgia's 727,859 population classed as urban we have 2,239 manufacturing establishments with a capital of $248,598,000 and manufactured products to the value of $421,448,000.
The census of 1920 includes in what it styles rural territory 526 cities, towns and villages with an aggregate population of 296,474 and other territory entirely rural containing 1,871,499 inhabitants, making an entire population of 2,167,973 in territory thus classed as r~ral. In the 526 incorporated places are populations ranging from 2,459 for the largest city or town of this class and decreasing by a slowly descending scale to 44 persons in the smallest villages. In these incorporated places and in the strictly rural territory, outside of them are 2,565 manufacturing establishments with a total capital of $200,334,000 and manufactured products to the value of $272,108,000. This gives the whole State by the census of 1920. a total of 4,803 manufacturing establishments with a capital of $448,932,000 and manufactured products to the value of $693,556,000.
Creameries in Georgia.
Creameries are closely allied to agriculture and manufacturing. There are in the State twelve creameries, most of them located at advantageous points. There are creameries at Rome, Dalton, Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Eatonton, Dublin, Hawkinsville, Ashburn, Statesboro and Moultrie. Before the establishment of a creamery it is essential that the farmers in the territory agree to purchase the necessary dairy cattle to supply the sour cream. Of course it is always in order to provide a sufficient amount of capital to put a creamery upon a sound basis, and then must come the proper supply of sour cream. For the most
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part the twelve creameries in Georgia are prospering and have been of great benefjt in furnishing the owners of dairy cattle with a market for their sour cream. Creameries aid ver.y materially in the production of live stock and hogs. The refuse, such as skim milk, clabber and buttermilk, not only furnish an excellent table food but can be used very largely in raising cattle, poultry and hogs.
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Georgia's Commerce.
In order to obtain information as to the Commerce of Georgia, one must of ne~e!'sity resort to government statistics as the Department of Commerce and Labor pas no method of obtaining information with reference to exports and imports. The information contained below was, therefore, obtained for the year 1920, the report .being published by the government during the month of August, 1921. At that time there were forty-eight customs districts, in which Georgia ranked tenth. Of domestic merchandise Georgia exported in 1919 goods to the value . of $258,682,003, of which amount $217,584,836 represented the value of Georgia's exports of raw cotton, a little more than 84 per cent of the whole. The figures of 19~0 are $202,014,026 for the value of all exports of domestic merchandise, of which amount $168,692,097 represents the value of exports of raw cotton, a little more than 83.5 per cent of the whole.
The exports of raw cotton for 1920 were as follows: 897,977 bales or 453,578,293 pounds of upland cotton valued at $168,392,833 and 579 bales or 236,023 pounds of sea island cotton valued at $299,274, making a total value of $168,692,097 for Georgia's raw cotton.
The exports of linters were 9,973 bales weighing 4,956,803 pounds, v~lued at $389,521.
Of goods manufactured from cotton Georgia exported blankets and comforts to the value of $2,436; unbleached, bleached and colored goods to the value of $99,829; 814,489 pounds of mill waste to the value of $80,572. From cotton seed products there were reported 114,181,447 pounds of cake value at $3,379,492 and 10,163,244 pounds or 1,218,775 gallons of cotton seed oil valued at $1,152,264. All of these values added to that of the raw cotton amount to $173,-

796,211. This leaves $28,317,813 as the value of what remains of Georgia's exports of domestic merchandise for 1920, which is $429,873 less than in 1919, due to the depression prevalent everywhere. From the forest products of Georgia there were exported materials of many kinds to the value of $9,016,409. Another important item of export from Georgia -during the year named is 59,583,275 pounds of refined sugar (including maple syrup) valued at $6,755,315.
Georgia's exports of iron and steel reached a value of $3,736,194. Let the reader remember that the figures in all this discussion are exports, not the values of manufactured products, which are many times larger than Georgia's exports. The details of the various items covered by the above figures for exports of iron and steel are as follows: Pig iron, 6,362 tons valued at $259,056; scrap iron and old iron, 1,588 tons valued at $39,000; bar iron, 2,999 tons valued at $141,183; billets, ingots and blooms of steel, 4,509 tons valued at $222,498; bolts, nuts, rivets and washers, 23.5 tons valued at $6,258; car wheels and axles, the number not stated, valued at $206,523; castings, lavatories, sinks, etc., number not stated, valued at $7,4'81; loop, band and scroll, 947.9 tons valued at $114,355; adding and calculating. machines, 300 in number, value $23,025; cotton gins and parts of, $4,185; gas stantionary engines, 28 in number, value, $4,582; gasoline stationary engines, 3 valued at $831; gasoline traction engines, 3 ' valued at $2,800; all other engines, number not stated, value $700; parts of boilers, $12,084; boiler tubes, $5,748; all other parts of engines, $16,583; laundry machinery, other machine tools, metal working machinery, pumps and pumping machinery, refrigerating machinery, typesetting machinery, typewriting machine:r:y, $17,950; saw mill and other machinery and parts of, number not stated, $42,025 in value; wire and other nails and tools, 57.4 tons, valued at $7,216; pipes and fitting (cast) 3,645.6 tons to the value of $250,552; pipes and fittings (wrought) 80.1 tons with value of $12,006; railroad spikes, 233.7 tons to the value of $18,842; steel rails, 18,803
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tons valued at $1,090,255; switches, frogs, splices, bars, etc., number not stated, value $43,510; scales and balances to the value of $26; sheets and plates (galvani.zed), 58.2 tons valued at $20,416; iron sheets and plates, 3,378.9 tons valued at $186,662; steel plates, 3,622.7 tons valued at $276,426; stoves and ranges, quantity not stated, value $8,270; structural iron and steel 782 tons, value $82,615; tin ware, quantity not stated, value $1,461; augers, bits and drills, number not stated, value $1,182; shovels, spades and other tools, number not stated, value $13,161; barbed wire, 972.2 tons, value $127,241; all other wire, 2,918.8 tons, value $349,379; many other products of iron and steel exported to the value of $120,005. All the items of exports of iron and steel from Georgia, as already stated, total $3,736,194.
Of agricultural implements Georgia's exports consisted of planters and seeders, plows and cultivators, threshers, etc., quantities not stated, values totaling $65,298; of manufactured products of aluminum, asbestos, quantities not stated, but value $523; of athletic and sporting goods, amount not given, value $52; of automobiles, commercial and passenger, there were exported from Georgia 115 complete cars valued at $362,112 and parts of, to the value of $24,726, a total of $386,838; of brass manufactures the exports for 1920 were of bars, plates, sheets, pipes, fittings, etc., to the value of $17,110; of breadstuffs the exports were bread and biscuit, 250,404 pounds, valued at $5,520; millfeed, 120 tons with value of $10,002; cereal preparations for the table to the value of $200; rice, 920 pounds, value $113; rye flour, 5 barrels, value $54; of wheat flour 149,544 barrels with a value of $1,651,452, to which must be added $2,890 for miscellaneous breadstuffs. There were also exported 108,810 pounds of candy with a value of $23,151. There were also exports of freight cars, bicycles, tricycles, motorcycles, motor trucks, wheelbarrows, pushcarts, handtrucks, other vehicles and parts of, to the value of $55,376.
Other exports were manufactures of chalk, baking powders, chemicals, drugs, dyes and dyestuffs (including ani-
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line dyes), glycerine, medicinal and pharmaceutical preparations, pretroleum jelly, the various forms of potash and soda, the q~antity being in many cases, omitted, but the values totalmg $265,584 (the largest quantity of any one material stated being 2,627,270 pounds of soda ash with a value of $67,527). The exports of bituminous coal from Georgia were 168,915 tons, valued at $1,736,566. Fire brick, sanitary earthenware and tiles to the value of $10,337 were also among the exports. Such electrical machinery as batteries, dynamos or generators, motors, telephones, transformers, etc., were exported to the value of $193,310.
The exports of fertilizers were 9,220 tons with a value of $246,084. There were exports of furniture value at $93,002. Manufactures of india rubber goods were exported to the value of $3,927 and of ink to the value of $41,954. Exports of articles manufactured from lead were $1,274 in value, and from leather, glove and other leather, harness al).d saddles and women's shoes, totaling in value $37,610.
Georgia'II exports of meat products were as follows: 48,190 pounds of canned beef, valued at $10,458, _and 2,240 pounds of all other canned meats valued at $1,319; of bacon, 34,826 pounds valued at $7,479; of hams and shoulders, 20,371 pounds valued at $4,722; of lard, 470,083 pounds valued at $105,232; of lard compounds and substitutes, 5,610 pounds, valued at $1,446; of stearin from animal fats, 116,740 pounds valued at $33,332; of milk, condensed, evaporated and powdered, 247,616 pounds valued at $26,144; of cheese 16,958 po'tmds valued at $5,427. The total of all these meat products exported was 1,142,508 pounds, valued at $215,323. Of musical instruments, organs, pianos, etc., 128 were exported valued at $31,448.
Of refined and manufactured fuel and gas oil Georgia exported 15,005,400 gallons, worth $1,599,702, and of lubricating oils 80,408 gallons, worth $32,255, also vegetable oils valued at $46,021, and over 10,000 gallons of paints and varnishes valued at ,$35,338. Of paper goods, such as books, maps, engravings, etchings, photographs, etc., boxes and
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cartons, paper board, straw board, writing paper and envelopes there were exports to the value of $32,664. Other exports were toilet soaps worth $7,418, and 469,466 pounds of other soaps valued at $47,960.
There were exports of surgical implements (not including instruments) to the value of $21,605 and of suspenders and garters $4,007 worth. The exports of unmanufactured leaf tobacco were 1,445,679 pounds valued at $469,876. There were exported also 376,539 railroad ties value at $597,592. There were also exports of zinc goods as follows: Produced from domestic ore in pigs, slabs, etc., 221,236 pounds valued at $14,590; rolled in sheets, strips, etc., 1,052 pounds valued at $172; a variety of other manufactured products of zinc (details not given) to the value of $63,573, the total value of this class of exports being $78,275. The exports of domestic merchandise from Georgia were valued at $201,998,258 and of foreign $15,766, making the total of all exports $202,014,024. This places the Georgia customs district in the tenth place for 1920 whereas it ranked ninth in 1919.
The Imports.
The imports of Georgia for the same period were valued at $54,269,006, of which amount those free from duty have a value of $20,207,804 while those that are dutiable have a value of $34,061,202. In 1919 all the .imports for Georgia were valued at $15,397,170, of which afnount those free from duty had a value of $3,929,909, while those that were dutiable had a value of $11,467,261. In the matter of imports Georgia ranked as the nineteenth of the 47 customs districts in 1919, and as thirteenth of the 48 customs districts in 1920. The value of all exports from the Georgia customs district in 1919 was $258,682,003, and of all imports $15,397,170, making the total value of Georgia's commerce $274,079,173. The value of all exports from the Georgia customs district for 1920 was $202,014,024, and of
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all imports $54,269,006, making the total value of Georgia's commerce $256,283,030. Thus the value of Georgia's exports in 1920 was -less than in 1919 by $56,667,979, while the imports in 1920 were greater in value than in 1919 by $38,871,836. Therefore, the total value of Georgia's commerce in 1920 was less than in 1919 by $17,796,143.
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.....,., TABLE No. 1. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1921.

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Capital

Mills

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Raw Material Used

Cost of Raw Material

Manufactured Products

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Cotton and Silk Mills

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1311,220,000 lbs. of 1531$ 95, 000,000.00 $60,068,679.55 Cotton a nd

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14,917,569 lbs. of
I Yarn a nd

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I Waste

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Woolen
Mills

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1973 ,638 lbs." of I

31$ 1,663,034.66 $

790,587.601 Cotton. 879,909 lbs.

of

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Knit . . . . . . . . . . 7 $

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Knit -- 271$

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Wool.

)190.680 lbs. of

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I Yarn, Shoddy

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I and Waste.

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I 18,578,557 lbs.
I Cotton and of

3,925,308,331$ 2,227,450 .9412,483,514 lbs. of

I

, Yarn

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3,076,549 lbs. of

2.170.278.22r 1,579.640.4 5 Yarn.

80,000 lbs. of Silk

and 290,000 lbs.

of Cotton.

Total



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190r l02. 758.621.21 $64,666,358 .54 321,062,195 lbs . of Cotton.
20,668,3 12 lbs. of Yarn, Waste and Shoddy.
879,909 Jbs. of Wool and 80,000 lbs. of Silk (Used in the Knitting Mills)

$53,639 ,833. 12 1225,7 06,000 yards of cloth of many kinds, such as Sheeting, Duck, Drills, Osnaburg, Denim.
120,833,000 lbs . of Duck, Toweling, Ticking , Lap Robes, Bed Spreads, Tire and other fabrics.
50,288,374 lbs. of Yarn and Waste and 2,200,000 lbs . of Ball Thread, Sas h Cord, Rope, Twine, etc.
$680,839.24 3,164,772 yards of Mixed Wool and Cotton Goods and 474,574 lbs. of Cotton yarn.

$11 7,435,2 19 62 $ 1,598,141.96

$3 ,007,722.7014,974,898 lbs. of Yar n and 2,193,509 H ose and other Knit Goods .

dozen

ofl

$ 6,073,916.08

$1.312,527 .72 2,677,189 dozen of Hose and Other Kn it $ 2.651,700.0C Goods.

$58,64 0,922.78 228,870,772 yards cloth of m a ny kinds, such

as Sheeti ng, Os naburgs, Duck, Drill , Denims

.

and other fabr ics including Mixed W oole n and Cotton Goods.

120,833,000 lbs. of Duck, Toweling, Ticking,

Bed Spreads, Tire and other fabrics.

55,737,846 lbs. of Yarn a nd Waste and 2,-

200,000 lbs . of Ball Thread, Sas h Cord, R ope,

Twine, etc., and 4,870,698 dozens of Hose

and other Knit Goods.

$127.758,977 .66

TABLE No. 2 Textile Mills in Georg ia for t he Yea r Ending December 31, 1921.

Classes of Mills

I I Ir;~;~!~l . I I Producing Spindles

I
Ring

Mule Total

Number of Looms Spindles) Broad Narrow Total

Cotton and Silk Mills, Spindles and Looms ... . .. . Woolen Mills, Spindles and Looms ... ......... : ..

I 2,516,929

I 37,214 II 2i554,143

II 320,069

II 22,007

I
28,033

I I 5,000 I 16,480 II 21,480 I 200

98

398

50,040 496

Mills that Spin and Knit, Spindles . . ....... . ... . .
.., ~ Total Spindles and . Looms ................. . . .. . .

I I 45,932 10,152 \ 56,084 1 2,708 1

I

2,567,861

63,846

1 2,631,707

I
1

322,977

I
1

22,105

28,43l

50,536

~- . N. B.-So many of the mills ran so often on short time and with reduced force that only the number of spindles and

looms to each class of mills could be reported without reference to the number of active and idle ones at any specified time.

TABLE No. 2. Continued. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending December 31st, 1921.
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Other Kinds of Machinery

Power Used

NumbeTrhaotf Mills

.
Classes of M1lls

VI "0
u.oS.

Cotton Wpolen

Mills Mills.

.

. .

. .

.. ..

.. ..

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.

. :

. .

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.11 8.,1.5.9.

Mtlls that Spm and Kmt . . . . 300

~ rn "0 $-1 rn oS
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128 2,051 234 460

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126,000 1,200 2,600

Knitting Mills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226 2,696 313 455 I 1 Totals ............ . ... ..... 1 8,459 I 31 1 616, I 4,747 547 915 I 37

5 91

13 1 11
I 101 i.. .. 1 21

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13 I 74 I

2,169 131,969

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Power Company, the Augusta and Aiken Electric and Power Compa.ny, the Athens Power and Electric Com-

pat1y, the Columbus Power Company, the Central Georgia Power Company, the Quitman Power Company, the

Towaligo Power Company, the electric plant of the nearest town and a few manufacture their own electricity.

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TABLE No. 3. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending December 3-1st, 1921.

Number of all White Operatives

All Negro Employees

Classes of Mills

Males

Females

All
Under
14% years

From 14% to 16 yrs.

All over
16 years

All under 14% years

From
14 lf.z . to 16 yrs.

Total
All Males over 16 yrs. .

Total Fe-
males

Grand Total

"'Q)
~
:g

Total of

Negroes

"'Q) ~s

employed in Textile

Q) Mills

~

Cotton and Silk Mills ...... 8

500

~ ~

Woolen Mills th

Mi at

lls Spi

. n

.

.. an

......... d Knit...

. .

... . . . . 0 .. 0 0

6 8

Knitting Mills ........ ..... 0 0 .

11

Totals .... .. .............. 8

525

18,000 . ..... 595
408 . . . . . . 1 867 . . . . . . 1 52 302 . . : . . . , 48 19,577 " . . . . . . 696

11,721 183
1,159 761
1 13,824

18,509 414 875 313
20,111

12,316 184
1,211 809
14",520

30,825 598
2,086 1,122
34,631

1,521 12 64 16
1,613

509 - 2,030

19

31

17

81

14

30

559 2,172

TABLE No. 4. Wages of the Employees and other Expenses of the Textile Mills of Georgia for the Year End-ing December 31. 1921

CLASSES OF MILLS

Highest Weekly Wages of Males
Ages
All From All under 14 ., over 14'h toU 16 years Yrs. Yrs.

Highest Weekly Wages of Females
Ages
All From All
under 14 % over
14'h to IE 16 Yrs. Yrs. Yrs.

Lowest Weekly .wages of Males
Ages
All From All undE-r 14% OVE.-1'
14 '(:, to 16 16 Yrs. Yrs. Yrs.

Lowest Weekly

Wages of Females

Important Items of Annual Expense

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Ages

All From All under 14 % over
14'/.. to 16 16 Yrs. Yrs. Yrs.

Salaries of
Officers and C lerks

Am't Paid to Wage
Earners

Am't P aid for Repai r~
and new Machinery

Total Am't. of the foregoing Items of Expense

Cotton a nd Silk

1$ I 3.001$ 8 .00~ $38 . 00f$ 4.00~ $ 4.001$12.001$ 2.00~ $ 2.50 1$ 4.001$ 2.00\$ 3.001$ 4.00\$2,425,851.09 l$15 ,167,542.26l$9,579,808.06\$27 ,173,201.41

tolto to l to tolto l

to l to l

to/to

j

Mills ........ . .. $ 8.001$19.00 $60.001$ 8.00 $16.00 1$45.001

$ 5.00 IS 9.001

$12.00 $ 9.00

Woole n Mills .. .... 1

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1$ 7.50 ~$13.00 1 $1t0o.75 s1sto.oo

I$ 6.50)$10.001 --~ S 6.00 I$ 8.001

s\ t9o.oo $14to.oo)

s t1o.oo /s 1oto.6o /

I I I$ 3.001$ 6.00IS 76,051.911$ 434,966.921$ 55,163.291$ 566.182.12

lIs t6.o25].$t9o.oo\

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;,tills that Spin I
I and Knit . . . . . . .

1$ 4.00)$15.00 1 to to
$ 9 00 $30 .00

1$ 4.20 1$10.001 to l to
$12.00 1$2 1. 001

1$ 2.50 I$ 9.101
to l to / $ 6.75 1515.00

I I ~$ 2.501$ 5.001$ 338,779.051$ 950,.102.751$ 242,275.01!$ 1,531,456.81 to / to $ 7.00 $10.50

Knitting Mills . . . .

Total of

II

Expens~s .. .. . .. .

I$ 4.00,$10.001

I$1t2o.00$35to.00\

I I
1

II

I$ S.OOI$10.00 1
I I ll$1t2o.00 l$25to.00\, iI

IS 3.00 15 5.001

IlIS t7o.00 ll$ 13to.001l

I

I

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I I \$ 4.501$ 5.00\$ 134,893.601$ 528,353.021$ 64,850.081$ 728,096.70

I$ t7.o00l$t1o0.00

\

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l$2.975,575.65\$ 17,081,264.95\$9;942,096.44 1$29,998,937.04

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WEEKLY PAY

INDUSTRIES ALLIED TO TEXTILE MILLS

TABLE No. 5. Industries allied to Textile Mills, such as Clothing, including Pants, Overalls, Shirts and Garments for Wori1en and Children; also Awnings, Tents, Mattresses, etc., for the year Ending December 31, 1921.

Number of E stablish-
ments

Capital

Amount Spent

Number of for Repairs Cost of

Sewing

and New Material

Machines Machinery

Used

Pay of Amount Paid Total of Fore- Value of

Officers and to Wage . going Items Manufactured

Clerks

Earners of Expenses Products

99

$3,200,000 1,700

$40,678.92 $2,5oo,ooo I $230,000

$725,000 $3,495,678.92

$5,530,662.19_

Number of White Emplorees

Number of Negro Employees

c.

Cl

Males

F emales

Tota1

I Males

Females

Total

1,061

434

1,495

I
I

200

I 60

260

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The power u: ed for tunning the machinery is in most cases electricity, although some of the work is done by hand.

The highest weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary for different establishments as follows ... . . ..... .... . . ..... . ....... . .. .. ... . .... . .
The lowest weekly wages for employee.:; over 16 years of age vary for different establishments as follows . ... : .... .... ...... .. ... . ... . .............. .
The average weekly wages for emplo yees over 16 years of age vary for different establishments as follows ... . ... ... .... . . .... . ... ............ . . .... . .

Males $30.00 to $80.00 $10.00 to $20.00 $20.00 to $50.00

Females $15.00 to $25.00 $ 5.00 to $10.00 $10.00 to $17.50

TABLE No.6 Compresses in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1921.

Number of E:stablishments Capital

Number of Employees Whites Negroes Total

Amount Paid Amount Paid Paid for Total of Fore-

to Officers

to Wage

Repairs and going Ex

and Clerks

Earners N<eWMachinery penses

32

$4,950,000

202

885

1,087

$1 52,000

$250,000

$48, 915.56

I

The Hig hest Capacity of Presses is 2,000 bales a Day and the Lowest Capacity 800 bales a Day.

$450,915.56

<e:nIll Superintendents

Foremen

MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Weighers

Engineers

Firemen

Ordinary Laborers

$150.00 to $225.00 $100.00 to $150.00 $75.00 to $112.00 $100.00 to $150.00 $50.00 to $100.00 $30.00 to $60.00
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TABLE No. 7. Cotton Oil Mills in Georgia fo1 the entire Season from Aug ust 31, 1920 to July 31, 1921 and Amount of Cotton Seed Crushed from August 1, 1921 to March 31, 1922.

No. of Mills in Operation

Capital a nd In-IRaw Mater ial with Cost of Same a nd Some Ot her Items of Expense Number of Employees\ NAveragbe

TCo~~~f ~~i~aid :~d~ I I I Ii",mp:~:! ITons of Cotton Seed Received

vestment, n o t including Value of Raw Material and Amount

Seed

\Cost of Cotton\ Seed Crushed N e w,

Wages paid Total of fore-

M a- .to all

going Ex- Whites Negroes Total

um er ing Sea-

ANvuemrabgeer
~:'P~~~ed
idle Sea-

Paid for Wages Crushed

chmery

Employees

penses ___ ___ ___ son

.....s::.o::.cn:.::_ __

1

147

278,000

$26,000,000

258,763

$9,237,879

$530 , 666

$1,080,000

$10,848,643 960 1,900 I 2,850

2,850

52 6

Manufactured Products and their Value.

C ~ Gallons of
Crude Oil

Value

--

10,505 ,3 33

$14,450 , 425

Tons of Cake and Cotton Seed Meal
42,696

Value $2,814 ,946

Tons of Hulls
27,398

Value $796 ;000

Bales of Linters (each 600 lbs. net)
35, 137

Value $748 , 667

Some of the Cotton Oil Mills are in operation 5 months, some 6 months and a few 7 and 8 mont hs.

Grand Total of Values
$18,8 10,037

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The Amount of Cotton Seed Crushed from Augu st 1s t, 1921, te Ma rch 1st, 1922, is 302,856 to ns as compared with 406,097 tons of the same period last year.

AMOUNTS PAID WEEKLY

Superintendents

Foremen

$30.00 to $100.00

$26.00 to $75. 00

Machinists $25.00 to $60.00

E lectricians $25. 00 to $65.00

Engineers $20.00 to $50.00

Firemen $2 0.00 to $30.00

Ordi nary Laborers

Time-Keepers

$10.00 to $16.00 $16.00 to $30.00

TABLE No. 8. Fertilizer Factories and Mixing Plants in Geo.rgia for the year Ending December 31, 1921.

Est~b I The Raw Materials Used in

Nu!"ber of

h s hments l ,n

Amount Spent

Operation Dur- Capital and for Repairs and

ing the Season Investment New Ma<>hinery

Manufacturing are Sui-

...

phates, Phosphates, Pyrites, Ground Limestone, Phosphate Rock and Cot-
ton Seed Meal. The exact

Cost of Material

Average Number

Raw

of Wage

Am ount j:1 aid to

Used

Earners

All Employees

Total of Foregogoing Expenses

Tons c f Manufactured
Protlucts

Va!ue of Manufslctured
Products

- - quantities of the varied
Raw Materials itave not

174

$60,960,094.32 $1,078,082.99

been given, nor the '\ alue $9,144,935

4,000

$ 1, 900,000

$12,123,01.7.99

535 ,678 $17.072,133.00

of each separately.

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents
x
$26.00 to $120:00

Foremen $25.00 to $75.00

Engineers $15.00 to $60.00

I

Machinists

I $20.00 to $50.00

Electricians
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$30.00 to $50.00

Firemen $16.00 to $30.00

From January 1 to April 15, in 1921, the Manufactured Products were 522,152 Tons.

Ordinary Laborers
$8.00 to $12.00

Time-Keeper $10.00 to $36.00

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TABLE No.9. Brick, Tile, Sewer Piping, Cement and Clay P1oducts in Georgia for th e year Ending December 31, 1921.

Number of Establishments

Capital

The chief Ra

Amount P a id

Amount Paid Amoun t Paid Total of Fore- Value of Man- Materials ar

Value of Raw to Officers Number of

to Wage

for Repairs going Ex- ufactured

Clay, StonE

Materials and Clerks Wage Earners Earners

and New penses

Products

Sand, Shale

--

Machinery

and Cemen

95

$8,938,696.62 $2,222,542.70 $365,538.32

3,851

$1,032,691.61 $202,886.16 $3,823,658.79 $3,912,764.59

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents

Foremen

Engineers

Machinists

Electricians

Firemen

Ordinary Laborers

$25.00 to $125.00 $18.00 to $50.00 $15.00 to $30.00 $20.00 to $50.00 $20.00 to $50.00 $12.00 to $20.00

$8.00 to $15.00

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TABLE No. 10. Foundry, Machi1:1e and General Repair Shops, including Railroad Shops in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, i92i.

Number of Establishments

Capital

197

$17,485,653 .84

Number of Employee..
-W-hit-esiN-eg-ro-esl-T-ota-l

I Amount of Raw

Mate.rial U sed Cost of .Raw

I ( Ton~

Matenal

7,888 2,500 10,388

900,000

$8,343, 129 .12

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks
$1,750,000

Amount Paid to Wage Earners
$9,943,951.47

Amount Spent for Repairs and New Machinery
$1,793,287.85

Total of Foregoing Expenses
$2 1,830,368.44

Value of Manu factured Products
$25,313,975.71

AMOUNTS PAID IN WEEKLY WAGES

Superintendents

Foremen

Engineers

Machinists

Electricians Pattern Makera Metal Workers

Firemen

Painters

Pit Men

Apprentices

130.00 to $125.00 $30. 00 to $80.00 $25.00 to $80.00 $25.00 to $50.00 $30.00 to $75.00 $30.00 to $50.00 $25.00 to $55.00 $12.00 to $35.00 $12.00 to $35.0! $12.00 to $25.(){ $8.00 to $15.0

Of the 7,888 White Employees, 200 were Ladies, engaged in office work as Clerks, Stenographers and Bookkeepers. Of the 2,500 Negro Employees, 100 were Females engaged as cleaners and in other work suited to Women.

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TABLE No. 11. ~Marble and Granite Quarries and Marble Yards; also Deposits of other Building Stone a nd Minerals used in Construction Work, listed in Georgia for t he year Ending December 31, 1921.

Number of P lants
117

Capital $16,502,575. 13

Number of Employees
Whites Negroes rrotal
-~-

Amount Spent for Repairs and New
Machinery

2,92!! 800

3,729

$136,991.41

Value of Raw Materials
$1,929,913.00

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks
$794,398.96

Amount Paid to Wage
Earners

Total of Fore_$Oing Expenses

$1,488,822.16

$4,350, 125.53

Value of Manufactured
Products
$7,237,880.20

Superintendents

Foremen

Engineers

Machinists

- WEEKLY PAYMENTS

E l e c t r i c ia n s

Firemen

Drillers

Truckers

Stone Cutters Blacksmit hs

Polishers

S25.00 to $125.00 $20.00 to $75 .00 $15. 00 to $4 0.00 $18.00 to $50.00 $20.00 to $45.00 $12.00 to $30.00 $12.00 to $35.00 $10.00 to $15.00 $12.00 to $40.00 $17. 00 to $36.00 $10.0.0 to $25.

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TABLE No. 12. Bottlers and Manufacturers of Soft Drinks in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1921.

Number of Plants

Capital

- -- --
Number of Employees
Whites INegroesl Total

Amount Spent for Repairs and N ew Machinery

Value of Raw Material

Amount Paid to

Officers and Amount Paid to Total of Fore-

Clerks

Wage Earners going Expenses

- -- - - - --
Value of Manufa<!tured
Product

230

I $33,186,796.80

1,100
I

600

1,700

$631,601.20

$6, 12 9,58 0.84
--

$660,962.96

$2,513~ 765.96

$9,835,8 10.96

$22,241 ,377.28
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Of 150 Females employed and included in the above Table, 110 are Ladies employed in the offices as Clerks, Stenographers and Bookkeepers.

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TABLE No. 13. Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Wagons and Materials in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1921.

Number of Establis hments
60

Number of Employees

Capital $3,177,749.93

\Vhites Negroes Total
--- ---
700 300 1,000

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks
$200,000.00

Amount Paid to Wage Earners
$400,000.00

Expenses

Cost of Raw Material

Amount Paid for

Repairs

and Total of Fore-

New Machinery going Expenses

$800,000.00

$25,000.00

$1 , 425,000.00

Value of Manufactured
Products
$1,600,000.00

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

S u p e r i n te n d e n t s

Foremen

Engineers

Machinists

A ssemblymen

Firemen

Bookkeepers

Painters

Woodworkers

~

~

$120.00

$30.00 to $60.00 $15.00 to $30.00 $17.00 to $40.00 $16.00 to $35.00 $10.00 to $25.00 $25.00 to $40. 0~ $16.00 to $3 0.00 $20.00 to $45 .00

Blackamiths

Polishers

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$15.00 to $25 .00 $15.00 ~ $35.00

TABLE No. 14. Electric Power and Light Plants in Georgia for the year Ending December 31. 1921

Number of Plants
168

Number of Employees

Expenses

Capital and Surplus

Amount Paid for Amount Paid to

Repairs and Whites Negroe!! Total New Machinery

Officers and Clerks

$100,000,000.00

- -- ---
4,700 6,400 10,100 $1,990,000.00

$500,000.00

Amount Paid to Wage Earners
$7,200,000.00

Utilities

Total of Foregoing Expenses

Number of places served by electric cars, i n c 1u d i n g Number of cities, cities, towns, vii- towns and vii!ages, stations, ru- !ages lighted b:r raJ retreats and electricity. places of resort.

$9,690,000.00

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125

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Several hundred,
the exact number not ascertained.

MONTHLY PAY OF OFFICIALS AND WAGE EARNERS

jj::.

jj::.

Managers

Superintendents

Foremen

Treasurers

Bookkeepers

Salesmen

-
Clerks

Stenographers

Engineers

$120.00 to $420.00 $110.00 to $250.00 $100.00 to $180.00 $100.00 to $200.00 $125.00 to $275.00 $100.00 to $175.00 $75.00 to $150.00 $60.00 to $180.00 $85.00 to $175.00

ll):achinists

Electricians

Firemen

Conductor..

Motormen

Linemen

Substation Men

Powerhouse Men

Carhouse Men

$90.00 to $200.00 $95.00 to $200.00 $65.00 to $120.00 $75.00 to $150.00 $75.00 to $150.00 $95.00 to $175.00 $75.00 to $130.00 $75.00 to $120.00 $60.00 to $100.00
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TABLE No, 15. Gas .Plants in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1921.

I Number of Plants

Capital

16

I $12,545,000.00

Number af Employees
Whites Negro"" Total
--- ---
600 360 960

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks
$250,000.00

Amount Paid to Wage Earners

Expenses
Amount Spent for Repairs and New
Machinery

$600,000.00

$100,000.00

Cost of Material
Used
$950,000.00

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Total of Foregoing Expenses

Value of Manufactured
Products

$1,900,000.00 $3,250,000.00

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.. Managers

Superintendents

Foremen

MONTHLY PAY

Secretary and TreaSurer

Bookkeeper

Salesmen

Stenographers

Clerks 0

Common Laborers

t<i ~ $100.00 to $350.00 $100.00 to $225 .00 $iOO.OO to $200.00 $100.00 to $175.00 $90.00 to $175.00 $75.00 to $125.00 $75.00 to $140.00 $60.00 to $125.00 $20.00 $60.00

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TABLE No. 16. Ice Factories in Georgia for the year Endiing December 31, 1921.

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Number of Employees

Expenses

Number of Plants
100
- -- - - -

Capital and Surplus
$ 10,365,68 1.73

Whites Negro<'!!
--- ---
630 1.000

Total 1,630

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks
$441,669.04

Amount Paid to Wage
Earners

Amount Paid for Repairs and New
Machinery

$1,096,778 .95

$1,019,256.87

Cost of Materials
Used
$1,305 ,44 5.23

Total of Foregoing Expenses
$3,863, 150.09

Value of Manufactured
Products
$4,605,973.13

AVERAGE WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents

Foremen

Engineers

Machinists

Firemen

Bookkeepers

Stenographers

Truckers or Drivers

Mm:>. $25.00 to $80.00 $18.00 to $50.00 $15.00 to $45.00 $18.00 to $55.00 $ 15.00 to $25.0'0 $20.00 to $50.00 $15.00 to $30.00 $12.00 to $20.00

Other Laborers
-./
$8.00 to $12.00

TABLE No. 17. Other Manufactures and Utilities in Geo rg ia for the year Ending December 31. 1921

Expenses

Kind of Establishments
Batkioenrieersi,es,CoCnafnedci-es

. . "'

" t ""'~
..O.. QI

.~

'"" "' :;; . "E
QI..C

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Industrial Plants of Georgia

BAGGING, BACKBANDS, TIES
Callahan, J. E. & Co., Winder. Columbus Bagging & Tie Co., Co-
lumbus. Dixie Bag & Metaf Co., Savannah. Estes Manufacturing Co., Union
City. Friedlaender, Julius & Co., Colum-
bus. Hutcheson, C. H., Griffin. Langdale, N. N., Milltown. Luskins, J . K., Hoboken. Redwine Bros., Fayetteville. Riverside Manufacturing Co., Au-
gusta. Savannah Bag Co., Savannah. Smith, M.D. & H. L., Tent & Awn-
ing Co., Atlanta. Studstill, D. E. & Co., Milltown.
BAKERIES, CANDY CRACKERS,
ICE CREAM, CONFECTIONERY,
ETC.
American Bakeries Co., Macon . Americus Bakery, Americus. Americus Ice Cream Co., Americus. Arrowsmith's Bakery, Fort Valley. Athens Candy Kitchen, Athens. Atlanta Baking Co., Atlanta. Avery's Bakery, Atlanta. Bagley, X. H., Newnan. Bake-Rite Bakery, Augusta. Bake-Rite Bakery, Columbus. Bake-Rite Bakery. LaGrange. Bake-Rite Bakery, Savannah. Barker System Bakeries, Macon. 'Rarn esville Bakery, Barnesville. Bart, Chas. A., Savannah. Bart's Bakery, Savannah. Bazanos, E., Milledgeville. Bennett Candy Co., Tifton. Benson's Bakery, Athens. Ben son's. Bakery, Atlanta. Benson's Bakery, Marietta. Bentley, Homer, Winder. Besshire & Co., Atlanta. Blackshear Bakery, Gainesville. Block, Frank E. Co., Atlanta.

Bluestein's Bake1-v. Brunswick. Bolden's Bakery, Ashburn. Boston Bakery, Boston. Boyce Bros., Columbus. Breedlove, S. B., Valdosta.
Breedlove, W. L. & Sons, Monroe. Brickle, G. A., Elberton Brower Candy Co., Atlanta. Brunswick Candy Co., Brunswick. Burke's Bakery, Eatonton. Butler Bakery, Augusta. Carlisle & Ward, Griffin. Carrollton Baking Co., Inc., Car-
rollton. Cason Candy Co., Macon. Champion Bakery, Moultrie. City Bakery, Cochran. City Bakery, Dahlonega. City Bakery, Fort Valley. City Bakery, Hawkinsville. City Bakery, Homerville. City Bakery, LaGrange.. City Bakery, Milledgeville. City Bakery, Sylvester.
Claussen, H. H. Co., Augusta. Claxton Bakery, Claxton. .Columbus Candy Kitchen, Colum-
bus. Costa, Joseph Co., Athens. Craig's Bakery, Columbus. Currahee Candy Co., Toccoa. Dalton Bakery, Dalton.
Dalton Creamery Co., Dalton. Dawson Bakery, Dawson. Derst Bakery, Savannah.
Dixie Candy Co., Moultrie. Douglas Bakery, Douglas.
Eatonton: Creamery, Eatonton.
Emanuel Pickle Co., Brunswick. Engler, J . W,, Alma. European Bakery, Atlanta.
Everidge Bakery, Columbus. Faber's Steam Bakery, Brunswick. Federal Bakery, Atlanta. Federal Bakery, Augusta. Federal Bakery, Brunswick. Federal Bakery, Macon. Fe~eral Bakery, Savannah. Federal Bakery; Valdosta. Fisher's Bakery, Millen.

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Flowers Baking Co., Thomasville. Melts Bakery, Macon.

Folkston Bakery, Folkston.

Merck, B. H. Candy Co., Gaines-

Forest City Ice Cream Co., Savan- ville.

nah.

Merkel Bakery, Macon.

Fort Valley Candy Kitchen, Fort Mills-McCormack Candy Co., Inc.,

Valley.

Albany.

Garrison Cook & Motgan Candy Mitchell & Walker Co., Cairo.

Co., Macon.

Model Bread Co., Americus.

Garrow's Candy Co., Atlanta.

Montezuma Bakery, Montezuma.

Gary, J. G., Savannah.

Moore, Geo. Ice Cream Co., At-

Gate City Ice Cream Co., Atlanta.

lanta.

Geeslin Ice Cream Co., Dublin.

Moss Bakery, Lincolnton.

George, Jerry, Savannah.

Moultrie Bakery, Moultrie.

, Georgia Candy Co., Athens.

Moultrie Creamery Co., Moultrie.

Georgia-Carolina Dairy Products Muscogee Ice Cream Co., Colum-

Co., Augusta.

bus.



Gill's Bakery, Dublin.

New South Bakery, Atlanta.

Gluten's Bakery, Atlanta.

Newnan Baking Co., Newnan.

Glynn Ice Cream Co., Brunswick. Nogel's Bakery, Dawson.

Griffin Bakery, Griffin.

Norris & Co., Atlanta.

Griffin Ice Cream Co., Griffin.

Nugent, Thos., Savannah.

Hanneman's Bakery, Atlanta.

Nunnally Co., Atlanta.

Harlee, Marion, Atlanta.

Otto, George, Augusta.

Harrison's Bakery, Bainbridge.

Overby, Hugh, Richland.

Hartwell Steam Bakery, Hartwell. Perfection Ice Cream Co., Bruns-

Helfric h, Jno. E ., Savannah.

wick.

Herme Sanitary Bakery, Savannah. Prather, H. D. D., Athens.

Holman-Doster Co., Griffin.

Price-Grace Mfg. Co., Albany.

Hollingsworth Candy Co., Augusta. Purity Ice Cream Co., Rome.

Home Bakery, Augusta.

Quitman Bakery, Quitman.

Home Bakery, Waycross. '

Rawson, C. W., Albany.

Horovitz, R., Savannah.

Reese, J. H., Atlanta.

Howard, T. H . Bakery, Blackshear. Riley, Mrs. Co., Savannah.

Humphries, D. M. & .Son, Waynes- Rockmart Bakery, Rockmart.

boro.

Rogers, L. W. Co., Atlanta.

Isaac's Bakery, Cordele.

Rome Bakery, Rome.

J esup & Antrim, Atlanta.

Rossell Candy Co., Augusta.

Keeli ng-'s Bakery, Atlanta.

Rossville Bakery, Rossville.

Kessel's Bakery, Augusta.

Royal Bakery, Savannah.

Kinnett Ice Cream Co., Columbus. Rucker Bakery, Albany.

Kinnett-Odum Co., Macon.

Sanitary Steam Baking Co., Cedar-

Knig ht's Bakery, Valdosta.

.town.

Kn orpp's Bakery, Fitzgerald.

Schafer's Bakery, Savannah.

Kraft, J., Savannah.

Schlessinger & Meyer Baking Co.,

Kretzer, Geo. Bakery, Fitzgerald.

Atlanta.

Lafferty's Bakery, Dublin.

Schlessinger, H . L., Atlanta.

Lewis, T. S. & Co., Atlanta.

Schwartz, Fred, Savannah.

Liberty Sweets, Albany.

Sears Sanitary Bakery, Dublin.

Macris Bros., Cordele.

Sears Sanitary Bakery, Macon.

Magnolia Candy Co., Atlanta.

Silverman's Bakery, Atlanta.

Manon Candy Co., Fitzgerald.

Simpson, H. J. & Co., Statesboro.

Marshall Ice Cream Co., Albany. Mastopoulos, P., Savannah.
Ml\athews Candy Co., Macon. 1au's Bakery, Atlanta.

Skelton Breis. Bakery, Athens. Smith, A. B., Homerville. Smith Candy Kitchen, Tifton.

McCord-Stewart Co., Atlanta:.

Sophie Mae Candy Co., Atlanta.

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Southern Candy Mfg. Co., Augusta. Barron, F. S., Cedartown.

Southland Candy Co., Columbus. Baxley Bottling Co., Baxley.

Stamer's Bakery, Dublin.

Blount & Williams, Senoia.

Standard Bakery, Cordele.

Bludwine Bittling Co., Athens.

Stanford Bros., Cartersville.

Bludwine Bittling Co., Augusta .

Statesboro Bakery, Statesboro.

Bludwine Bottling Co., Elberton.

Stewart, W. L., Valdosta.

Bludwine Battling Co., Macon.

Stone, F . 0. Baking Co., Atlanta. Bludwine Bottling Co., Rome.

Stringer Bros., Gainesville.

Bludwine Co., (Syrup) Athens.

Sugar Bowl, Albany.

Bowden Springs Co., Lithia

Sylvester Bakery, Sylvester.

Springs.

Tallapoosa Bakery, Tallapbosa.

Brown Bottling Works, Toccoa.

Taylor's Bakery, Cartersville.

Chatham Bottling Co., Savannah.

Thomson Bakery, Thomson.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Albany.

Tifton .Sanitary Bakery, Tifton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Americus.

Tilden, Vannie, Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling o., Athens.

Tuno Peanut Butter Co., Atlanta. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Atlanta.

United Bakeries, Newnan.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Augusta.

Valdosta Candy Kitchen, Valdosta. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Bain-

Veri Best Bakery, Washington.

bridge.

Very's Candy Co., Fitzgerald.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Blakely.

Vidalia Bakery, Vidalia.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Bruns-

Vienna Bakery, Brunswick.

wick.

Vienna Bakery, Vienna.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cairo.

Vorhaner Bakery, Augusta.

_ Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Camilla.

Washington Candy Kitchen, ,\u- Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Canton.

gusta.

Chero-Cola Bottling o., Carrollton.

Watson, H. E., Dahlonega.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Carters-

Waycross Bakery, Waycross.

ville.

Waycross Ice Cream Co., Waycross. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Columbus.

West End Bakery, Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cordele.

White Bakery, Hartwell.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Coving-

White Lily Bakery, Statesboro.

ton.

Whitehall Ice Cream Co., Atlanta. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Cuthbert.

Whitehouse Baking Co., Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Dalton.

Whiteway Bakery, Bainbridge.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Dawson.

Whiteway Bakery, Griffin.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Donalson-

Wiley Co., Atlanta.

ville.

Wilson & Brooks, Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Douglas.

Winchester-Moore Co., Macon.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Dublin.

Witts Bakery, Inc., Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Eatonton.

Wizard System Bakeries, Albany. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Elberton.

Zakas Bakery, Atlanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Fitzgerald.

BOTTLERS AND SOFT DRINK MANUFAC'J'URERS.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Forsyth.
Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Fort Valley.

Apl-Cola Co., Savannah.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Gaines-

Ashburn Bottling Works, Ashburn.

ville.

Atlanta Bottling Works, Atlanta. Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Griffin.

Atlanta Ice & Bottling Co., At- Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Hawkins-

lanta.

ville.

Atlanta Tripure Water Co., At- Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Hinesville.

lanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Jefferson-

Bainbridge Bottling Works, Bain-

ville.

bridge.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., LaGrange.

Baldwoski, G. H., Augusta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Macon.

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Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Madison.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Manches-

ter.



Chero-Cola Bottling Co., McRae.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Milledge-

ville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Millen.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Monte-

zuma.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Moultrie.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Newnan.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Richland.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Rome.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Savannah.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Sparta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Spring-

field.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., States-

boro.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Stillmore.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Swains-

boro.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Sylvania.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Talbot-

ton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Tennille.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Thomas-

ton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Thomas-

ville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Thomson.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Tifton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Toccoa.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Valdosta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Vidalia.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Wadley.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Washing-

ton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Waycross.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Waynes-

boro.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., West

Point.

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Wrights-

ville. C~ipley Bottling Works, Chipley.

Chff Rock Springs Bottling Co., At-

lanta.

Climax Bottling Co., Columbus.

Coca Cola Co., Atlanta.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Albany.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Alma.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Ameri-

cus.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Arling-

ton.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Athens. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Atlanta. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Au-
gusta. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Bain-
bridge. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Ball
Ground. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Barnes-
ville. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Baxley. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Blakely.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Bruns-
wick. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Buena
Vista. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cario. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Carroll-
ton. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Carters-
ville. Coca Cola Bottling Wqrks, Cedar-
town. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Claxton.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Colum-
bus. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Com-
merce. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Con-
yers. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cordele.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Corne-
lia. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Cuth-
. bert.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Dalton. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Dawson. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Donal-
sonville. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Dublin.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, East-
man. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Elber-
ton. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fair-
burn. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fitz-
gerald. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Folk-
ston. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fort,
Gaines. Coca Cola Bottling Works, Fort
Valley.
Coca Cola Bottling Works, Gainesville.

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Coca Cola Bottling Works, Greens- Coca Cola Bottling Wo1ks, Vidalia.

boro.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Villa

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Griffin.

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Coca Cola Bottling Works, Hawk- Coca Cola Bottling Works,

insville.

ington.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Helena. Coca Cola Bottling Works,

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Hines-

cross.

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Waynes-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Jack-

boro.

son.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, West

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Jesup.

Point.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Kings- Coca Cola Bottling Works, Wrens.

land.

Deep Rock Ginger Ale Co., Athens.

Coca Cola Bottling Wotks, La- DeLoach Bottling Works, Bruns-

Fayette.

wick

Coca Cola Bottling Works, La- Dixie Bottling Co., Lavonia.

Grange.

Fitzgerald Bottling Works, Fitz-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Lincoln-

gerald.

ton.

Franklin Bottling Works, Franklin.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Macon. Hatcher Bottling Works, Waynes-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Man-

boro.

chester.

High Rock Bottling Co., Atlanta.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Ma- Hogansville Bottling Works, Ho-

rietta.

gansville.

Coca <::ola Bottling Works, Millen. Homerville Bottling Works, Homer-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Monroe.

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Monti- Jackson & Beddingfield, Winder.

cello.

Jacksonville Bottling Works, Jack-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Moul-

sonville.

trie.

Lawrencevill e Bottling Works,

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Newnan.

Lawrenceville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Rich- Lime Cola Bottling Works, Albany.

land.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Au-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Rome.

gusta.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, St. Lim e Co la Bottling Works, Barnes-

George.

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Sanders- Lime Cola Bottling Works, Blake-

ville.

ly.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Savan- Lime Co la Bottling Works,

nah.

dele.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, States- Lime Cola Bottling Works, Du.blin.

boro.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Elber-

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Swains-

ton.

boro.

Liine Cola Bottling

Coca Cbla Bottling Works, Syl-

kinsville.

vania.

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Lime Cola Bottling Works, La

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Sylves-

Grange.

ter.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Macon.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Thomas-

ton.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Thomas-

ville.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Thom-

son.

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Coca Cola Bottling Works, Tifton.

Lime Cola Bottling Works, Nashville.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Quitman.
Lime Cola Battling Works, States boro.

Coca Cola Bottling Works, Val- Lime Cola Bottling

dosta.

cross.

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Merchants Lime Cola Bottling Co.,
Savannah. Mineral Springs Bottling Co.,
Rochelle. Mint Cola Bottling Co., Augusta.
Nethery, W. B., Elberton. Newnan Bottling Co., Newnan. Nu-Mint Bottling Co., Atlanta. Ocill a Bottling Works, Ocilla.
Offerman Bottling Works, Offer-
man. Orange Crush Bottling Co., At-
lanta. Orange Crush Bottling Co., Savan-
nah. Orange Smile, Macon. Parfay Bottling Co., Atlanta. Parfay Bottling Co., Buford.
Pelham Bottling Works, Pelham. Pepsi Cola Bottling Works, Homer-
ville. Randall, J. R., Greensboro.
Red Ro ck Co., Atlanta. Rom e Sti-Lo Bottling Works, Rome. Royston Coca Cola Bottling Co.,
H a r twelL
St. James Beverage Co., Savannah. Sardis Bottling Works, Sardis. Savannah Consolidated Bottling
Co., Savannah. Senoia Bottling Co., Senoia. Sheehan Bottling Works, Augusta.
Smith, E. S. Co., Tifton.
Statesboro Bottling Co., Statesboro. Stewart Bottling Works, Bruns-
wick. Sti-Lo Bottling Works, LaFayette. rhomas, W. G., Talbotton.
roccoa Bottling Works, .Toccoa. Vienna Bottling Co., Vienna. Whistle Bot~ling Works, Athens. Whistle Bottling Works, Macon. Whi stle Bottling Works, Rome.
Williams Bottling Works, Lavonia. Winchester Bottling Works, Macon.
Winder Bottling Works, Winder. Wrightsville Bottling Works,
Wrightsville.

BRICK, TILE, TERRA COTTA, CEMENT, LIME CONCRETE KAOLIN.

Chattooga Lime Co., Summerville.

Cherokee Brick Co., Macon.

Clarkesville Brick Co., Clarkes-

vill e .

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Clary, D. T., Lincolnton. Columbia Kaolin & Aluminum Co.,
Gordon. Columbus Brick & Tile Co., Colum-
bus. Columbus Sewer Pipe Co., Colum-
bus. Concrete Pipe Mfg. Co., Thomas-
ville.
Decatur Concrete & Cement Co., Bainbridge.
Dixie Fireproofing Co., Macon. Dorsey, W. D., Leo. Dublin Brick Co., Dublin.
Dunbar Brick Co., Augusta. Edgar Bros. Kaolin Co., Mcintyre. Electric City Brick Co., Augusta.
Empire Talc & Lumber Co., Chatsworth.
Empire Cement & Limestone Co., Portland.
Etheridge, E. S. Cement Co., Jefferson.
Flint River Brick Co., Albany. Franklin, J. W., Marietta. Gainesville Lime Works, Gaines-
ville.
Gainesville Limestone Co., Gainesville.
General Reduction Co., Dry Branch. Georgia Brick Co., Athens. Georgia Brick & . Tile Co., Adairs-
ville. Georgia-Carolina Brick Co., Au-
gusta.
Georgia Clay Products Co., Athens. Georgia Kaolin Co., Dry Branch..
Georgia Refractories Co., Rossville. Georgia Talc Co., Inc., Chatsworth. Georgia Vitrified Brick & Clay Co.,
Campania. Hadden, R. L., Stone Mountain. Hall, J. F ., Hazelhurst.
Hall, R. L. & W. H., Newton. Hamilton Vault & Cast Stone Co.,
Rossville.
Harbison-Walker Refractories Co., Gibson.
Hawkinsville Brick Co., Hawkinsville.
Hitt, George, Toccoa.
Hollingsworth Brick Co., Athens. Hudson, M. D., Gainesville.
Humphrey, G. W. Brick Co., Buford.
Independent Brick Co., Augusta.

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Jelks, E. N. & Sons, Macon. ;Jones Bros., Statesboro. Kimball, W. H., Tall~poosa. Koppe & Steinichen, Atlanta. Ladd Lime & Stone Co., Carters-
ville. Ladson Brick & Tile Co., Moultrie. Legg Brick Co., Calhoun. Little River Brick Co., Ficklin. Little River Brick Co., Washing-
ton. Ludowici Brick Co., Ludowici. Macon Sewer Pipe Co., Macon. Mahoney, Dan, Fitzgerald. Manley, E. S., Carnesville. Massee Brick Co., Macon. Matheson, W. A., Toccoa. McCoy Brick & Tile Co., Augusta. McKenzie Brick Co., Augusta. McMillan, G. W., Jr., Acworth. Meaders & Co., Leo. Merry Bros., Augusta. Milledgeville Brick Co., Milledge-
ville. Millen Cement & Tile Co., Millen. Mion Tile Co., Atlanta. Mize Brick Co., Toccoa. Nace Brick Co., Moultrie. Nelson, T. W., Manchester. Nesbitt, C. P., Roswell. Oconee Brick & Tile Co., Milledge-
ville. Odessa Brick Co., Odessa. Ogheechee Brick Co., Union Point. Oliver, J . A., Alpharetta. Omaha Brick Co., Omaha. Poe Concrete Co., Lawrenceville. Porter Brick Works, Milledgeville. Rockmart Brick & Shale Co., Rock-
mart. Rome Brick & Tile Co., Rome. Rothwell Brick Works, Savaimah. Savannah Kaolin Co., Gordon. Shepherd Bros., Columbus. Small, A. T. Brick Co., Macon. Soperton Brick Co., Soperton. Southern Brick & Terra Cot.ta Co.,
Columbus. Southern States Portland Cement
Co., Rockmart.
Standard Sewer Pipe Works, Rome.
Stevens Bros. & Co., Stevens Pottery.
Sutton Brick Co., Fort Gaines.
Tift Silica Brick Co., Albany.

Tift Silica Brick & Stone Co., Tifton.
Toccoa Brick Co., Toccoa. Trimble Brick Co., Trimble. Venice Tile & Brick Co., Cedar-
town. Wheeler, Geo. R., Gainesville. Wright's Concrete Works, Wrights-
ville.
BROOMS, MOPS, BRUSHES
Americus Broom Co., Americus. A. to Z Antiseptic Co., Jackson. Athens Broom Factory, Athens. Atlanta Broom Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Brush Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Variety Works, Atlanta. Atlanta Woodenware Co., Atlanta. Augusta Broom Works, Augusta. Bowden, W. D. Broom Co., Griffin. Collier, W. A., Poulan. Columbus Broom Works, Columbus. Dalton Broom & Mop Factory,
Dalton. Demorest Broom Factory, Demo-
rest. Excelsior Broom Works, Monroe. Fickett Manufacturing Co., At-
lanta. Hodges Btoom Works, Atlanta. Leachman, W. S., Acworth. Medlock, R. N., Duluth. 0. K. Broom Works, Macon. Paris Broom Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Paulk, W. H. Jr., Ocilla. Schwartz Broom Factory, Savan-
nah. Shields Broom Works, Eton. South Georgia Broom Co., Ocilla. Southern Broom Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Southern Broom Mfg. Co., Savan-
nah. Southern Brush & Broom Co., Fair-
burn. Starr Broom Works, Augusta. Upson Broom Co., Thomaston. Williams, John, Marietta.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, WAG ONS.
Anderson, Homer, Dahlonega. Armontrout Bros., Fitzgerald. Augusta Wagon Works, Augusta. Auld, J. F. & Sons, Elberton. Bagwell Manufacturing Co.,
Gainesvi.lle.

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Bird, M. H., Sandersville. Blount Carriage & Buggy Co.,
East Point.
Brazil Bros., LaGrange. Carmichael Buggy Co., Jackson.
Chatham Carriage Co., Savannah. Chester, W. B., Ellijay.
Classing, H. J ., Rome. Cole, D. M., Blue Ridge. Darsey, J. W. Wagon Works, Ma-
con . Di:xon, J. C., Americus.
Downs, W. C., Ellabelle. Dublin Buggy Co., Dublin.
Empire Buggy Co, Jackson. Flint River Wagon Co., Albany. Franklin Buggy Co., Barnesville.
Golden Eagle Buggy Co., Atlanta. Gresham Manufacturing Co., Grif-
fin. Griffin Buggy Co., Griffin.
Hardwood Manufacturing Co., Dublin .
Holley Wagon Works, Augusta.
Karwisch, J. M. Wagon Works, Atlanta.
Keith, N. A., Alpharetta. Klein & Martin Co., Athens. Lowery Wagon Works, Augusta.
Maddox & Williams Carriage & Wagon Works, Atlapta.
McCleskey, T. A., Alpharetta. McCommon-Harding Buggy Co.,
Forsyth. McGirt, Jas. & Co., Sylvester.
Meek & Abercombie, Marietta. Middlebrooks, B. W. Co., Barnes-
ville.
Miller, A. C. & Co., Atlanta. Miller, J. E. & Co., Columbus. Newnan, J. L. & Co., Columbus. Nor man Buggy Co., Griffin. O'Conner, W. F ., Alma.
Parsons, Charley, Alma. Pritchett, W. T., Ellijay.
Putnam, G. R., Fitzgerald. Pye & Mobley, Sylvania. Reed Bros., Gainesville. Rice, S., Dahlonega.
Rome Buggy Co., Rome. Sanders Wagon Works, Waynes-
boro.
Satterwhite, W. F., Albany. Smith Buggy Co., Moultrie.
Sm!th, J. G. & Sons, Barnesville. Sm1th, Lyndon Co., Washington.

South Georgia Buggy Co., Valdosta. Stewart, C. H ., Winder. Stroberg, C. F. & Sons, Macon. Summers Buggy Co., Barnesville. Warlick, W. H . & Sons, Ellijay. Watkins, W. W., Marietta. White Hickory Wagon Mfg. Co.,
East Point. Williams Manufacturing Co., Ma-
con.
CANNING PLANTS.
Albany Canning Co., Albany. American Canning Corpn., At-
lanta. . Ball Ground Canning Co., Ball
Ground. Baldwin Canning Co., Milledgeville. Benson, I. W., Buena Vista. Black, Carlton, Cleveland. Blue Ridge Canning Co., Blairs-
ville. Bowden Pickling & Brining Co.,
Bowdon. Bowen, J. E ., Alpharetta. Brunswick Canning Co., Bruns-
wick. Burns Syrup Co., Macon. Cairo Syrup Co., Atlanta. Cairo Syrup Co., Cairo. Carrollton Pickling & Brining Co.,
Carrollton. Chattahoochee Canning Co., Fort
Gaines. Effingham Canning Co., Spring-
, field. Evans Canning Co., Fort Valley. Farm Products Co., Americus. Georgia Canners, Inc., St. Marys. Georgia Syrup Co., Atlanta. Glynn Canning Co., Brunswick. Griffin Canning Co., Griffin. Houser, W. L., Fort Valley. Lowden, Geo. W., Savannah. Macon Canning Co., Macon. Mann; J. S., Dewy Rose. Martin, A. L., Coleman. Massa, E. A., Atlanta. Mayfield, J. E., Alpharetta. Oak Dale Canning Co., Fort Val-
ley. Perry, John, Hurtsboro. Pitts, J. D., Menlo. Pomona Products Co., Griffin . Prospect Cannery, Norwood. Robinson, W. H., Cairo.

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Roddenbery, W. B., Cairo. Rucker, S. N.; Alpharetta. Siman Canning Co., Stockton. South Atlantic Canning Co., St.
Marys. Southwest Georgia Canning Co.,
Fort Gaines. Sylvester Packing Co., Sylvester. Valdosta Canning Co., Valdosta. Varn & Platt, Marshallville. Ward, G. M., Elberton. Washington County Canning Co.,
Sandersville. Waycross Cannery, Waycross. White, C. E., Moultrie. Woodbury Canning Factory, Wood-
bury.
CIGARS AND CIGARETI'ES
A. & H. Cigar Co., Atlanta. Alderman, Joseph, Valdosta. Alonzo Bros., Brunswick. Ann Star Cigar Co., Albany. Bainbridge Cigar Factory, Bain-
bridge. Bales Cigar Co., Fitzgerald. Bibb Cigar Co., Macon. Blakely Cigar Co., Blakely. Branden Cigar Co., Tifton. Brunswick Cigar Factory, Savan-
nah. Brunswick Smoker Mfg. Co., Bruns-
wick. Bryan Cigar Co., Valdosta. C. & R. Cigar Co., Atlanta. Chandler, J. H., Newnan. Cowart Cigar Co., Macon. Cox Cigar Factory, Marietta. Dublin Cigar Co., Dublin. Edwards Cigar Co., Americus. Edwards Cigar Co., Bainbridge. Edwards Smoke House, Augusta. Everett, W. H., Savannah. Faulkenberry, D. A., Moultrie. Fretwell, P. Z., Cedartown. Gainesville Cigar co., Gainesville. Gem Cigar Co., Marietta. Gem Cigar Co., Rome. Harrell Cigar Co., Griffin. Harrison, F. C., Thomasville. Haselgrove Cigar Co., Thomas-
ville. Homerville Cigar Co., Homerville. Ideal Cigar Co., Valdosta. Jernigan, J. A., Valdosta. Johnson Cigar Co., Fitzgerald.

Kennesaw Cigar Factory, Marietta. LaMascellier Cigar Co., Waycross. Lasca Cigar Co., Albany. Marietta Cigar Factory, Marietta. Marshall Cigar Co., Rome. McKibben & Sons, Griffin. McKibben & Sons, Vaughn. McLain, B. C., Bowersville. Meyers, Lee Roy Co., Savannah. Morton Kirk, Franklin. Moultrie Cigar Co., Moultrie. Oglethorpe Cigar Co., Hawkins-
ville. O'Halleran & Bishop, Columbus. Pent, L. F., Atlanta. Porto Rica Cigar Co., Homeland. Posada Cigar Co., Columbus. Prim, J. M., Brunswick. Quitman Cigar Co., Quitman. Reese Cigar Co., Newnan. Sims, W. P. Cigar Co., Waycross. Sognier, Joseph, Savannah. Suarez Cigar Co., Thomasville. Surless Cigar Factory, Bainbridge. Swint Davis Co., Atlanta. Tifton Cigar Co., Tifton. Tinsley & Fretwell, Cedartown. U. M. C. Cigar Co., Vaughn. Valdes, S., Atlanta. Vinas, H., Hawkinsville. Watters, Thomas, Rome. White, J. E. Cigar Co., DQ;uglas.
COFFINS AND CASKETS
Atlanta Casket Co., Atlanta. Bullochville Casket Co., Bulloch-
ville. Gate City Coffin Co., Atlanta. Juniper Casket Co., Juniper. Maddox, H. G., Buford. MeNatt Coffin & Casket Co., Vi-
dalia. South Atlantic Casket Co., Savan-
nah. .
COMPRESSES.
Allied Compress Co., Augusta. Americus Compress Co., Americus. Augusta Warehouse & Compress
Co.; Augusta. Cordele Compress Co., Cordele. Dawson Compress & Storage Co.,
Dawson. Eastman Compress Co., Eastman. Elberton Cotton & Compress Co.,
Elberton.

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Fitzgerald Cotton Compress Co.,

Fitzgerald.

Georgia Warehouse & Compress

Co., Dublin.

Glynn Compress Co., Brunswick.

Hawkinsville Cotton Compress Co.,

Hawkinsville.

Montezuma Compress Co., Monte-

zuma.

,

Moultrie Compress Co., Moultrie.

Richland Compress Co., Richland.

Rome Cotton Compress Co., Rome.

Savannah Mutual Warehouse Co.,

Savannah. .

Savannah Warehouse & Compress

Co., Savannah.

Shippers Bonded Warehouse Co.,

Macon.

Shippers Compress Co., Albany.

Shippers Compress Co., Athens.

Shippe~ Compress Co., Atlanta.

Shippers Compress Co., Augusta.

Shippers Compress Co., Columbus.

Shippers Compress Co., Macon.

Shippers Compress co., Millen.

Shippers Compress Co., Savannah.

Shippers Compress Co., Thomas-

ville.

Shippers Compress Co., Toccoa.

Tifton Compress Co., Tifton.

Union Compress Co., Augusta.

Vidalia Compress & Power Co.,

Vidalia.

Winder Compress Co., Winder.

CRATES, BOXES, BARRELS, STAVES.

Ackerman & Hobbs, Springfield.
Almond, D. w., Valdosta.
American Box & File Co., Atlanta. Armuchee Cooperage Co., Armu-
chee. Ashburn Lumber Co., Ashburn. Atlanta Box Factory, Atlanta. Atlanta Paper Co., Atlanta.
Boyles, G. W. & Bros., Springfield. Brunswick Barrel Factory, Bruns-
wick. Buchanan Manufacturing Co., Buc-
hanan. Canon Co., Cairo. Canon Co., Quitman. Carter, C. W., Adel. Cochran Lumber Co., Cochran. Colquitt County Cooperage Co.,
Moultrie.

Corrugated Paper Products Co., Inc., Atlanta.
Dasher, J. J., Pembroke. Davidson, R. M. & Son, Springfield. Davis & Katernik, Milledgeville. Dixie Paper & Box Co., Atlanta. Downing, The Co., Brunswick. Dublin Hardwood Stave Co., Inc.,
Dublin. Elberta Crate Co., Bainbridge. Empire Printing & Box Co., At-
lanta. Etowah Cooperage Co., Rome. Everett, R. H., Brunswick. Flynn-Harris-Bullard Co., Bain-
bridge. Fort Valley Crate & Lumber Co.,
Fort Valley. Gainesville Fixture Co., Gainesville. Georgia Box & Mfg. Co., Rome. Georgia Crate & Basket Co., Fort
Valley. Georgia Crate & Basket Co., Thom-
asville. Georgia Stave Co., Valdosta. Georgia Veneer & Package Co.,
Brunswick. Globe Barrel & Machine Co., Sa-
vannah. Gresham Manufacturing Co., Grif-
. fin.
Grief Bros. Cooperage Co., Savannah.
Griffin Lumber Co., Griffin. Hightower Box & Tank Co., At-
lanta. Jeffreys McElreath Mfg. Co., Ma-
con. Jesup Heading & Stave Factory,
Jesup. Kenimer, A. F . & Bros., Leaf. Kirkland, B. H., Covena.
Kuster Manufacturing Co., Cedartown.
Macon Cooperage Co., Macon. Macon Crate & Basket Co.,
, Macon. Marshall, W. J ., Macon. Marshalllville Manufacturing Co.,
Marshallville. Massa Cooperage Co., Macon. Massa Heading Co., Cochran. McRainey, Mrs. A. H., Elmodel.
Menlo Fruit & Package Co., Menlo.
Oak City Cooperage Co., Bainbrodge.

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Ogeechee Valley Stave & Heading Blackshear Manufacturing Co.,

Co., Rocky Ford.

Blackshear.

Paragon Box Co., Atlanta.

Bowen & Ray, Bowman.

Pierpont Manufacturing Co., Sa- Bradley, W . C. Co., Columbus.

vannah.

Braselton Bros., Braselton.

Quitman Cooperage Co., Quitman. Brown Guano Co., Albany.

Rea, J. H. B., LaFayette.

Broxton Fertilizer Co., Broxton.

Reese, John, Ray.

Canton Fertilizer Co., Canton.

Reinschmidt Stave Co., Quitman . Carmichael Guano Co., Jackson.

Revson, Frank & Co., Atlanta.

Catoosa County Fertilizer Co.,

Reynold Bros., Lumber Co., Al-

Ringgold.

bany.

Central Georgia Fertilizer Co.,

Roberts Bros., Americus.

Milledgeville.

Rome Box Mfg. Co., Rome.

Chambers Grocery Co., Chipley.

Rydis, L. H., Alamo.

Chattahoochee Fertilizer Co., Tif-

Southern Box & Lumber Co., Sa-

ton.

vannah.

Chauncey Warehouse & . Mfg. Co.,

Southern Box Mfg. Co., Rome.

Chauncey.

Southern Heading & Mfg. Co., Val- Cherokee Fertilizer Co., Macon. .

dosta.

Cobb County Chemical & Mining

Southern Produce & Package Co.,

Co., Vinings.



Cuthbert.

Comer Mercantile Co., Comer.

Statesboro Novelty Works, States- Commerce F~rtilizer Co., Com-

boro.

merce.

Strathen Lumber Co., Washington. Cope & Daffin, Inc., Savannah.

Union Box Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Cotton States Fertilizer Co., Ma-

Universal Box & Label Co., At-

con .

lanta.

Council, L. G. Fertilizer Works,

Valdosta Cooperage Co., Valdosta.

Americus.

Valdosta Crate Co., Valdosta.

Cowan Bros., Porterdale.

Wells, D. G., Ludowici.

Crawfordville Gin & Fertilizer Co.,

Williams, W. W., Cataula.

Crawfordville.

Williams, W. W., Hamilton.

Culloden Gin & Fertilizer Co., Cul-

FERTILIZER PLANTS.

loden. Cumberland Fertilizer Co., Carters-

Acree, T . A., Camilla.

ville.

.

Acworth Fertilizer Co., Acworth. Cumming Fertilizer Co., Cumming.

Agnew, 0 . L., Canon.

Daniel Sons & Palmer, Millen.

Albany Phosphate Co., Albany.

Davis Warehouse Co., Columbus.

Albany Warehouse Co., Albany.

Douglas Oil & Fertilizer Co., Doug-

Allison, T. F . & T. E ., Lavonia.

las.

American Agricultural Chemical Elberton Guano Co., Elberton.

Co., Americus.

Ellaville Guano Co., Ellaville.

American Agricultural Chemical Empire Guano Co., Cordele.

Co., Greensboro.

Empire State Chemical Co., Athens.

American Agricultural Chemical Ennis, J . H ., Milledgeville.-

Co., Savannah.

Ezell-Griffin Co., Eatonton.

American Fertilizer Co., Savannah. Farmers Fertilizer Co., Milan.

Anderson & Belcher, Starrsville. Farmers Union Warehouse Co.,

Armour Fertilizer Wo.rks, Atlanta.

Conyers.

Armour Fertilizer Works, Augusta. Farmers Union Warehouse Co.,

Armour Fertilizer Works, Colum-

Monticello.

bus.

Flovilla Gin Co., Flovilla.

Atlantic Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., Fowler Bros. Co., Inc., Covington.

Savannah.

Furman Fertilizer Works, East

Bartow Guano Co., Cartersville.

Point.

.

Benson, J. W., Jenkinsburg.

Georgia Chemical Works, Augusta.

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Georgia Fertilizer dosta.

&

Oil

Co.1 Val-

Madison Fertilizer Co., Madison. Mallet & Nut-Watkins & Settle,

Georgia Manufacturing Co., Ca-

Jackson.

milla.

Mandeville Mills, Carrollton.

Gossett, A. F. & Son, Griffin.

Manning, F. H., Alpharetta.

Griffin Bros., Washington.

Maysville Guano Co., Maysville.

Hampton Guano Co., Hampton.

McClure-Taylor Co., Duluth.

Henry County Supply Co., McDon- McKnight Bros., Senoia.

ough.

McFaul, J. G., (Estate of), Doerun.

Hightower Mercantile Co., Hogans- Middleton Union Warehouse Co.,

ville.

Middleton.

Hogansville Guano Co., Hogans- Millen Fertilizer Co., Millen.

ville.

Miller, H. C. Fertilizer Co., Lula.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Buena Montezuma Fertilize:r Co., Monte-

Vista.

zuma.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Bulloch- Morris Fertilizer Co., Atlanta.

ville.

Moultrie Fertilizer & Mfg. Co.,

Home Mixture Guano Co., Chipley.

Moultrie.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Colum- Mutual Fertilizer Co., Savannah.

bus.

Neely, R. C. & Co., Midville.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Reyn- North Georgia Cotton Co., Roys-

olds.

ton.

Home Mixture Guano Co., Shell- Ober, G. & Sons, Savannah.

man.

Ogeechee Fertilizer Co., Mayfield.

Home Mixture Guano Co., West Parker, P. N., Gainesville.

Point.

Peebles, J. F., Butler.

Horne-Andrews Commission Co., Pelham Fertilizer Co., Pelham.

Milledgeville.

Pelham Phosphate Co., Pelham.

Hughley-McCulloch, West Point.

Planters Fertilizer & Live Stock

Improved Dodge Guano Co., East-

Co., Buena Vista.

man.

Planters Supply Co., Gough.

International Agricultural Corp., Planters Warehouse & Loan Co.,

Americus.

Fitzgerald.

International Agricultural Corp., Porter Fertilizer Co., Atlanta.

Athens.

Porter Fertilizer -Co., Elberton.

International Agricultural Corp., Prarie Pebble & Phosphate Co., Sa-

Augusta.

vannah.

International Agricultural Corp., Putnam Fertilizer Works, Eaton-

Dublin.

ton.

International Agricultural Corp., Putney Fertilizer Co., Albany.

East Point.

Read Phosphate Co., Cordele.

International Agricultural Corp., Redwine Bros., Fayetteville.

Tifton.



Reeves, T. J., Thomston.

Jackson Supply Co., Baconton.

Reliance Fertilizer Co., Savannah.

Jelks, W. A. & Son, Hawkinsville. Richlana Home Mixture Guano Co.,

Jones Mercantile Co., Canton.

Richland.

Kellam & Bush, Dublin.

Rome Fertilizer Co., Rome.

LaFayette Fertilizer Co., LaFay- Rowe, W. A. & Co., Comer.

ette.

Royster, F. S. Guano Co., Colum-

Lawrenceville Fertilizer Co., Lawrenceville.
Louisville Fertilizer & Gin Co., Louisville.
Lumpkin Home Mixture Guano Co., Lumpkin.

bus.

Royster, F. S. Guano Co., Macon.

Savannah Chemical Co., Savannah.

Savannah Guano Co., Savannah.

Seacoast Fertilizer Co., Augusta.

Seacoast Fertilizer Co., Savannah.

Shore, W. A., .Baldwin.

.

Madden, J. F. & Son, Concord.

Soperton Fertilizer Co., Soperton.

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South Atlantic Fertilizer Co., Augusta.
Southern Fertilizer & Chemical Co., Savannah.
Southern States Phosphate & Fertilizer Co., Augusta.
Southern States Phosphate & Fertilizer Co., Savannah.
Standard Fertilizer Co., Meigs. Strickland, R. F. & Co., Concord. Swainsboro Fertilizer Co., Swains-
boro. Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works, Al-
bany. Swift & Co:, Fertilizer Works,
Atlanta. Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works,
LaGrange. Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works,
Moultrie. Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works,
Savannah. Swift & Co., Fertilizer Works,
Toccoa. Tabor, T. 0. & Sons, Elberton. Tatnall Fertilizer Works, Hagan. Tennessee Chemical Co., Albany. Tennessee Chemical Co., Americus. Tennessee Chemical Co., Atlanta. Thomasville Fertilizer Co., "Thom-
asville. Tifton Guano Co., Tifton. Tyrone Manufacturing Co., Wash-
ington. Vidalia Chemical Co., Vidalia. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Albany. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Americus. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Athens. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Atlanta. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Columbus. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Macon.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Newnan.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Rome.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Savannah.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Social Circle.
Walker Bros., Griffin.

Walker County Fertilizer Co., LaFayette.
Warren County Fertilizer Co., Warrenton.
White Plains Ginning & Fertilizer Co., White Plains.
Zebulon Gin & Fertilizer Co., Zebulon.
FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS.
Anderson, P. H., Danburg. Arnold, E. L., Maxeys. Ashburn Roller Mills, Ashburn. Askew, W. S. Co., Newnan. Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta. Bake-A-Cake Manufacturing Co.,
Macon.
Balkcom, J. C. & W. H., Blakely. Banner Grist Mill, Carrollton. Barfield Feed Mills, Macon. Barrett, Denton & Lynn Co., Dal-
ton.
Beaver Creek Milling Co., Greensboro.
Bell, 0. C., Athens. Bembry, J. W., Hawkinsville. Ben Hill, The Co., Fitzgerald. Bennett's Mill, Fayetteville. Best, J. B., Fort Gaines. Bonner Milling Co., Carrollton. Bowden Feed Mills, Bowden. Brooke, T. H. & Co., East Point. Brown Milling Co., Americus. Brown's Grist Mill, Fitzgerald. Buena Vista Milling Co., Buena
Vista.
Burch, W. H. & Son, Thomasville. Burpee's Grist Mill, Newnan. Byrd, S. C., Cordele. Cardrays Mill, Morgan.
Carr, W. P. & Sons, Gaillard. Carstaphen Milling Co., Dames
Ferry.
Centennial Mills Co., Savannah. Central Grocery Co., Tifton. Chatsworth Milling Co., Chats-
worth. . Cheek, H. M., Bowersville. City Flour & Grist Mill, LaGrange. City Mills Co., Calhoun. City Mills Co., Columbus. Clarke Milling Co., Augusta. Cleveland, W. L., LaGrange. Comer Grist Mill, Comer. Commerce Milling Co., Commerce. Conyers Milling Co., Conyers. Cotton, R. L., LaGrange.

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Crabapple Milling Co., Alpharetta.

Culverton Milling Co., Culverton.

Dallas Milling Co., Dallas.

Davis Elevator Co., Bainbrid~e.

Davis, .J. H., Kathleen.

DeLay, A. J., Moultrie.

Dennis Bridges Milling Co., Daw-

son.

Dickson's Mill, Osierfield.

Dixie Milling Co., Carrollton.

Dixie Milling Co., LaFayette.

Douglasville Roller Mills, Douglas-

ville.

Edison Milling Co., Edison.

Elladale Estate, Dawson.

Empire Mills Co., Columbus.

Etheridge Roller Mill, Milner.

Finch Milling Co., Dallas.

Fowler, Jas., Flour Mill, Soper-

ton.

Franklin, H. M., Tennille.

Fullington, F. W., Pinehurst.

Gaines, Jno. B. Milling Co., Hart-

well.

Gaines, L. P. Co., Kingstop..

Gai nesville Roller Mills Co., Gaines-

ville.

Gallaway & Hopper Mfg. Co., Cor. nelia.

Georgia Milling Co., Fort Valley.

Gilstrap Mills, Milledgeville.

Glenn Falls Milling Co., Cleveland.

Grantland Co., Griffin.

Green Bros. Grist Mill, Barnes-

ville.

Green, E. W. & Sons, Fairburn.

Hall Milling Co., Sylveste,r.

Hamilton & Summer, Covington.

Hamilton & Tumis, Covington.

Ham,pton Milling Co., Hampton.

Handley1 ~R. V. & Sons, Fitzgerald.
Harris !Vlilling Co., Commerce.

Hartwell Roller Mills, Hartwell.

Hearne & Baker Milling Co., Chick-

amauga.

Hinton Bros., McDonough..

Holley Bros., LaGrange.

Houser, A. J., Fort Valley.

Houser Bros., Dawsonville.

Jackson, Grist Mill, Jefferson.

Jackson, J. M., Franklin.

Jackson Milling & Feed Co., Jack-

son.

Johnson, J . L., Sylvester.

Jone's Mill, Woodbury.

Juliette Milling Co., Juliette.

Kelley, R. R., Hoboken.

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Kemp Bros., Acworth. Knox Milling Co., Thomson. LaFayette Roller Mills, LaFayette. Lee, Gordon Milling Co., Chicka-
mauga. LeQuinn & Grant, McDonough. Lexington Milling Co., Lexington. Little River Mills, Canton. Lumpkin Milling Co., Lumpkin . Mallet & Ball, Jackson. Martin's Mill, Barnesville. Mayfield, W. J., Monroe. McElroy Milling Co., Lawllence-
ville. , McDonald Bros., Eatonton. McElroy Bros., Athens. McMath Milling Co., Americus. McMillan Bros., Acworth. Meeks, W. H., Blackshear. Meyers Milling Co., Barnesville. Milledgeville Milling Co., Milledge-
ville. Milner, Jessie, Cleola. Milner, W. S., Eastman. Model Meal Mills, Athens. Modern Flour Mills, Macon. Monte Shaw Mill, Marietta. Monticello Ice & Milling Co., Mon-
ticello. Moultrie Flour Mill, Moultrie. Muse Milling Co., Adairsville. Mutual Milling Co., Tifton. New Milling Co., Carrollton. Omaha Mills Co., Omaha. Parker Roller Mills, Zebulon. Parks, W. W., Auburn . Pendergrass, J . B., J efferson. Perkinson, J. D., Austell. Phelps, D. A. Flour Mill, Poulan . Phillips, G. E. Grist Mill, Ellaville. Planters Gin & Milling Co., Albany.
Pope, J . T. Mills, Dublin . Potts & McBride, Newnan. Poulan Flour Mills, Poulan. Purity Feed Mills, Fort Valley.
Rannie, J . C., Grist Mill, Ellaville. Ray & Johnson, Keasley. Redwine Bros., Fayetteville. Richardson, 0 . N. Milling Co.,
Rome. Rogers, H. B., Covington. Roswell Flour Mill, Roswell. Rucker, Nap, Roswell. Russell Bros., Tyrone. Schummacker, E . C., Augusta. Scruggs & Hamby Mill, Clayton.
Sikes, J . F ., Alamo.

Sinard, S. B., Jackson. Smith, E. A.. Grain Co., Statesboro.

FOUNDRIES AND MACHINE SHOPS.

Smith, F. C. & Co., Hagan. Snow, H. C., Monroe. Spence, H. P., Social Circle. South Georgia Milling Co., Val-
dosta. Statesboro Milling Co., Statesboro.
Stewart, S. G., Statesboro. Strickland, R. F. Co., Concord. Summeroru Bros., Winder. Sutton's Mill, Gedartown. Sycamore Mills, Sycamore. Tawaliga Roller Mills, Locust
Grove. Teate, T. A., Thomasville. Telfair Cooperative Co., McRae. Thomas Manufacturing Co., Madi-
son. Thomasville Elevator Co., Thomas-
ville. Thompson, J. W., Cataula. Thomson Investment Co., Thomson. Thorpe, Henry, Dublin. Tifton Re-milling Co., Tifton.
Toccoa Roller Mills, Toccoa. Towaliga Milling Co., Griffin. Towns County Milling Co., Hiawas-
see. Unadilla Milling Co., Unadilla. United Manufacturing Co., Waverly
Hall. United Mfg. & Warehouse Co.,
Chipley. Usery Bros., Ellaville.
Valdosta Mill & Elevator Co., Valdosta.
Veach Milling Co., Adairsville. Vidalia Milling Co., Vidalia. Wall, W. P., Jackson. Walker Bros., Griffin.
Whidden, J. S., Thomasville.

Acme Specialty Co., Atlanta.

Adams, C. E., Fayetteville.

Alexander, A. W., Rqopville.

American Can Co., Atlanta.

American Can Co., Savannah.

American Farm Machinery Co., At-

lanta.

Americus Welding & Machine Co.,

Americus. Athens Foundry & Machine Co.,

Athens. A. B. & A. Railway Shops, Fitz-

gerald. A. B. & A. Railway Shops, Man-

chester. A. C. L. Railway Shops, Bl-uns-

wick. A. C. L. Railway Shops, Waycross.

Atlanta Gear & Machine Co., At-

lanta.

Atlanta Mfg. & Supply Co., At-

lanta. Atlanta Stove Works, Atlanta.

Atlanta Plow Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Utility Works, Atlanta.

Atlanta Wood, Iron & Novelty Co.,

Atlanta.

Atlantic Steel Co., Atlanta.

Avery, B. F. & Son, Atlan.ta.

Baldwin, L. H., Douglasville.'

Balfour, R. C., Thomasville. .

Banks, F. E. Sheet Metal Works,

Dalton.

Beasley, Birch, States?oro.

Bird Shops, Sandersville.

.

Benton Manufacturing Co., Monti-

cello.



Bostrum-Brady Manufacturing Co.,

Atlanta.

Bostrum, E. A. Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

White, J. W. Flour Mill, Bainbridge.
Whitehurst, Z., Dublin.
Wilkes Milling Co., Washington.
Williams, A. B., Argyle.

Bowie Stove Works, Rome. Brooks Foundry & Machine Co.,
Atlanta. Brunswick Cross-Arm Co., Bruns-
wick. Brunswick Marine Construction

Williams Roller Mills, Lawrence-

Corpn., Brunswick.

ville.

Burnett, W. J., Tho)llasville.

Winder Roller Mills Co., Winder.

Busha, J. H., Toccoa.

Wray, W. R., Cedartown.

Camp, E. N. & Co., Moreland.

Wrens Milling Co., Wrens.

Camp Machine Shops, Atlanta.

Woodbury Roller Mills, Woodbury. Cartersville Foundry & achine

Wynn's Mill, Aberdeen.

Go., Cartersville.

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Cedartown Foundry & Machine Co., G. F. & A. Railway Shops, Bain-

Cedartown.

.

bridge.

Central of Georgia Railway Shops, G. S. W. & G. Railway Shops, Al-

Atlanta.

bany.

Central of Georgia Railway Shops, G. S. & F. Railway Shops, Ashburn.

Columbus.

Gibbs Machine Co., Commerce.

Central of Georgia Railway Shops, Glover Machine Works, Marietta.

Macon.

Golden Foundry & Machine Co.,

Central of Georgia Railway Shops,

Columbus.

Savannah.

Greensboro Machine Shops, Greens-

Claxton Machine Shops, Claxton. Cole, R. D. Mfg. Co., Newnan.

boro. Griffin Foundry & Machine Co.,

Columbus Foundry Co., Columbus.

Rome.

Columbus Railroad Co., Columbus. Gurley, W. B., Dahlonega.

Columbus Iron Works, Columbus. Hank Stove & Range Co., Rome.

Continental Gin Co., Atlanta. Cowart Bros., Portal.

Hanson Motor Car Co., Atlanta. Hendon Roller Covering Co., La-

Cox Foundry & Machine Works, Griffin.
Cox, J . F., Statesboro. Crescent City Blow Pipe Works,
Savannah. Davenport, James, Acworth. Davis Foundry & Machine Works,
Rome. Davis Machine Shops, Statesboro. Decatur Car Wheel Company of
Georgia, Savannah. DeLoach, A. A., Atlanta.
Demorest Foundry & Machine Co., Demorest.
Dixie Culvert & Metal Co., East Point.
Dixie Pea and Bean Huller Co., East Point.
Downs," H. C., Talbotton. Eag le Stove Works, Rome. Eberhart Machine Works, Fort
Valley.
Enterprise Machine Co., Vidalia. Fairbanks, The Co., Rome. Field Bros. Mfg. Co., Dalton. Finnegan, J. J. & Co., 'Atlanta.
Fitzgerald Iron Works, Fitzgerald. Fulghum & Johnson, Mop.tezuma. Gainesville Iron Works; Gaines-
ville.
Gantt Manufacturing Co., Macon. General Fire Extinguisher Co.,
Atlanta. Georgia Car & Locomotive Works,
Atlanta. Georgia Iron Works, Augusta. Georgia Machinery Co., Atlanta. Georgia Plow & Foundry Co.,
Athens.
G. & F. Railway Shops, Douglas.

Grange. . Hill City Machine Works, Rome.
Hobb, W. M., Reynolds. Hope & Shadburn, Cumming. Howell, J. H. & Sons, Hartwell. Huddleston, S. B., Statesboro. Johnson Foundry & Machine Shops,
Bremen. Jones & Cannon, Valdosta. Kehoe Iron Works, Savannah.
King, 0. P., Wrens. Knight's Machine Works, Albany.
Lanier, Fred, Statesboro. Lillisten Harvester Co., Albany. Lombard Iron Works and Supply
Co., Augusta. Lovell, J. L., Boston. Lynch, E. J. & Co., Atlanta.
.Magnus Co., Inc., Atla!lta. Mallory-Taylor Machme Works,
Macon. Manley Jail Works, Dalton. Martin Manufacturing Co., Fitz-
gerald. Massey Gin & Machine Works, Ma-
con. Maury, W. H., Machine Shop, Pel-
ham. McAlister, I. L., Fort Gaines.
McCodle, C. D., Savannah. McManus, B. W., Cairo. Miller Foundry & Machine Shop,
Macon. Miller Manufacturing Co., Bain-
bridge. Moncrief Furnace Co., Atlanta. Moody, A. H., Douglasville. Murray, The Co., Atlanta. Mutual Foundry & Machine Co.,
Atlanta.

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O'Neal, W. N., Woodland. Peerless Gin Co., Fort Valley. Pekor Iron Works, Columbus. Pelham Machine Works, Pelham.
Perry, R. F., Thomson. Ponder Machine Co., Savannah. Puckett, W. R., Fort Gaines. Read & Smith, Washington.

Thompson Boiler Works, Bain-

bridge. Tomlin-Harris Machine Co., Cor-

dele.



Towers-Sullivan Mfg. Co., Rome.

Union Machine Shop, Valdosta.

Valdosta Machine Co., Valdosta.

Van Winkle Motor Truck Co., At-

Redwine Bros., Fayetteville. Rickerson, E. F., Montezuma.

lanta. Warlick Sheet Metal Mfg. Co., At-

Riddell Bros., Atlanta. Rome Machine Co., Rome.

lanta. Washington Machine Works, Wash-

Rome Scales Mfg. Co., Rome.
Routh, W. T., McRae. Sanders, D. S., Reynolds. Savannah Blow Pipe Works, Sa-

ington. W . & S. Railway Shops, Waycross. W. & W. Railway Shops, Waycross.
Waynesboro Machine Works,

vannah.

Waynesboro.

Savannah Iron Works, Savannah. Weldal Shop, Tennille. Savannah Machine & Boiler Works, West Point Iron Works, West

Savannah.

Point.

Savannah Wire & Iron Works, Sa- West Point Roller Covering Co.,

vannah.

West Point.

Schofield, J. S. & Sons, Macon.

Wilkinson Machine Co., Savannah.

S. A. L. Railway Shops, Americus. Williamson-Harris Mfg. Co., Cor-

S. A. L. Railway Shops, Savannah.

dele.

Sellars, E. W., Baxley.

Wingfield, J. T., Washington.

Shearer Machine Co., Atlanta.

Wirtz & Hernden, Augusta.

Sikes Mfg. Co., Ocilla.

Withers Foundry & Machine Co.,

Simplex Machine Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta.

Skinner, A. W., Millen.

Withers Foundry & Machine Co.,

Smith, J . J. Gin File Mfg. Co., Mc-

Cartersville.

Donough.

Wood, A. A. & Sons Co., Atlanta.

Smith-Wayne Mfg. Co., Winder.

Woodruff Machinery Mfg. Co.,

Southern Car Wheel Co., Savannah.

Winder.

Southern Co-operative Foundry Co., Wrinkle Bros. Foundry & Machine

Rome.

Shops, Dalton.

Southern Iron & Equipment Co., Atlanta.
Southern Machinery Co., Quitman. Southern Railway Shops, Atlanta.
Southern Railway Shop3, Columbus.

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES, INCLUDING SASH. DOORS, BLINDS AND OTHER WOODWORKING AND VENEERING
PRODUCTS.

Southern Saw Works, East Point. Adel Manufacturing Co., Ade\.

Southern Wire & Iron Works, At- Americus Construction Co., Amer-

lanta.

icus.

Southern Foundry & Machine Co. Americus Screen Mfg. Co., Amer-

Bainbridge.

'

icus.

Spalding Foundry Co., Atlanta.

Askew, W.. S. Co., Newnan.

Stafford, I. S., Canton.

Atlanta Mirror & Beveling Co., At-

Tallula~ Falls Railway Shops, Cornelia.
Taylor, C. E., Pelham.

lanta. Atlanta Safe Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Show Case Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Table Co., Atlanta.

Taylor Iron Works, Macon.

Augusta Lumber Co., Augusta.

Thomasville Iron Works, Thomas- Austell Furniture Co., Austell.

ville.

Bacon, A. S. & Co., . Savannah.

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Banks & Frohock, St. Marys.

Barnesville Planing Mill, Barnes-

ville.

Beacham, J. H ., Dublin.

Bennett, D. F. & Son, Forsyth.

Bevis, Joe, Gainesville.

Black Builders Supply Co., Ma-

rietta.

Bolling Lumber Co., LaGrange.

Bowdon Plannig Mill, Bowdon.

Brady, Ed, Stone Mountain.

Brice, Joe, Gainesville.

Bright, Brooks Lumber Co., Savan-

nah.



Brown, W. J . Metter.

Brumby Chair Co., Marietta.

Buchanan Lumber Co., Buchanan.

Buford Lumber Co., Buford.

Burnett-Klapper Furniture Co., At-

lanta.

Camp, E. N. & Son, Moreland.

Campbell, W. T., Rockmart.

Cannon Screen Works, Albany.

Caiptal City Chair Co., Atlanta.

Carr Lumber Co., Hazlehurst.

Carter Furniture Co., Crawford.

Central Sash & Door Co., Macon.

Chambers Lumber Co., Macon.

Chattahoochee F u r n i t u r e Co.,

Flowery Branch.

City Carpenter & Cabinet Works,

Atlanta.

Clark, W. L., V11riety Works, Quit-

man.

Cochran Lumber Co., Cochran.

Cooper Lumber Co., Columbus.

Cooper & Pursley, Atlanta.

Cordele Sash, Door & Lumber Co.,

Cordele.

Cox, B. M., Cleveland.

Crisp County Lumber Co., Cordele.

Daniel Lumber Co., LaGrange.

Darby, W. F. Lumber Co., Vidalia.

Darby Lumber Co., Statesboro.

Davis-Jenkins & Sons, Moultrie.

Davis Variety Works, Fitzgerald.

Dawson Variety Works, Dawson.

Doughtry, J. A., Metter. Duane Chair Co., Dalton.

Dublin Lumber Co., Dublin.

Dublin Planing Mill, Dublin.

Dublin Veneer Co., Dublin.

DCudley Sash, Door & Lumber Co.,

olumbus.

'

~upre Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

atonton Lumber Co., Eatonton.

Elberton Planing Mill, Elberton.
Elliott, Wm., East Ellijay. Enterprise Manufacturing Co.,
Waycross. Estes Manufacturing Co., Rex. Farrar Lumber Co., Dalton.
Farrar Lumber Co., Dublin. Flora-American Plywood Co., Ma-
con. Floyd Bros., Atlanta. Ford, J. W. & Son, Springfield.
Forsyth Coal & Lumber Co., Forsyth.
Fowler-Flemister Co., Milledge-
ville. Fulton Metal Bed Mfg. Co., At-
lanta. Georgia Chair Co., Flowery Branch. Georgia Lumber Co., McRae. Georgia Lumber & Mfg. Co., Mon-
tezuma. Gilmore, H. F., Jackson.
Ginn Man ufacturing Co., Carnesville.
GoLucke, C. H. & Son, Crawfordsville.
Graham, F. M. & Co., Fitzgerald.
Gresham Manufacturing Co., Griffin.
Hardwood Manufacturing Co., Dublin.
Harvey Chair Co., Rof11.e.
Harvey Lumber Co., Columbus. Hicks & Brown, Cartersville. Hightower, W. J. & Son, Dah-
lonega.
Holden Coal & Lumber Co., Rome. Hooper, J . B., Atlanta. House, J . W., Douglasville.
Huber Lumber Co., Moultrie. Hughey, T. J., Greensboro. Hunt, J. H., Gainesville. Jester, Roy, Bainbridge.
Jowers, G. A. & Son, Buena Vista.
Junction City Mfg. Co., Junction City.
Kilby, J . M., Dahlonega.
Knott & Carmichael, Atlanta.
Kruger Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
LaGrange Lumber & Supply Co., LaGrange.
Lang & Orr, Brunswick.
Ledbetter, D. N., Savannah.
Macon Cabinet Works, Macon.
Macon Furniture Co., Macon.

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Macon Veneer Co., Macon.

Madison Variety Works, Madison.

Marbutt-Williams Lumber Co., At-

lanta.

Marshall Manufacturing Co., Rome.

Massee & Felton Lumber Co., Ma-

con.

Maxeys Variety Works, Maxeys.

McGirt, James, Sylvester.

Meigs Manufacturing Co., Meigs.

Moss Manufacturing Co., Athens.

Moultrie Cabinet Works, Moultrie.

Muecke & Sons, Macon.

Muller, Geo. W. Bank Fixture Co.,

Atlanta.

National Show Case Co., Columbus.

New, D. E ., Carrollton.

Patent Door & Blind Co., Rome.

Perkins Manufacturing Co., Au-

gusta.

Perkins Sash & Door Co., Augusta.

Pharr, G. F., Dacula.

Phoenix Planing Mill, Atla nta.

Piedmont Furniture Co., Toccoa.

Pineora Manufacturing Co., Pine-

ora.

Pirkle, L. F., Atlanta.

Price & Thomas, Atlanta.

Raleig h, C. H., Jeffersonville.

Reynolds Lumber & Variety Works,

Reynolds.

Rhyne Bros. Lumber Co. , Carters-

ville.

Richardson, W. R., Macon.

Rome Cabinet Works, Rome.

Rome Furniture Co., Rome.

Rowland, J. H ., Wrightsville.

Savannah Lumber Co., Savannah.

Savannah Planing Mill, Savannah.

Shaw, L. F. & Son, Co., Carters-

ville.

Shiver, John W., Americus.

Shore Mfg. Co., Bainbridge.

Simmons, The Co., Atlanta.

Simmons, J . B. Lumber Co., Toc-

coa.

Smiths Lumber Co., Waycross.

Smith-Wayne Manufacturing Co .,

Winder.

Southern Desk & Table Co., At-

lanta.



Southern Novelty Works, Demorest.
Southern Spring Bed Co., Atlanta. Sparta Lumber Co., Spart a. Spratt Chair Co., Atlanta. Stallings, Alf., Atlanta.

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Standard Supply Co., Fitzgerald.

Statesboro Novelty Works, States-

boro.

Stephens, W. P., Marietta.

Stokes, W . A., Albany.

Taylor Bros., Greensboro.

Temples Lumber Co., Hartwell.

Thomasville Variety Works, Thom-'

asville.

Thurmond, G. B., Lincolnton.

Toccoa Furniture Co., 'roccoa.

Trogdon Furniture Co., Toccoa.

Turner Lumber .Co., Millen.

Ulme1 & Hall, Bainbridge.

Upson Lumber &. Mfg. Co., Thom-

aston.

Washington Manufacturing Co.,

Washington.

welch, Pat, Dahlonega.

Whittier Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

Wilder, R. C. Lumber Co., Macon.

Williams Lumber Co., Lawrence-

ville.



Willingham-Chambers Lumber Co.,

Macon.

Wilson, C. T. & Sons, Augusta.

Winder Lumber Co., Winder.

Wines Lumber Co., Dublin.

Woodbury' Lumber Co., Woodbury.

Woodwald Lumber Co., Augusta.

Yellow Pine Variety Works, Val-

dosta.

GAS.
Americus Lighting Co., Americus. Athens Gas Lig ht & Fuel Co.,
Athens. Atlanta Gas Light Co., Atlanta. Cartersville Gas Co., Cartersville. City of LaGrange Gas Plant, La-
Grange. Consumers Gas & Coke Co., Way-
cross. Dalton Gas Co., Dalton. Gas Light Company of Augusta,
Augusta.
Gas Light Company of Columbus, Columbus.
Griffin Gas Co., Griffin. Macon Gas Co., Macon. Mutual Light & Power Co., Bruns-
wick.
Pintsch Compressing Co., Atlanta. Rome Municipal Gas Co., Rome. Savannah Gas Co., Savannah. Valdosta Gas Co., Vaidosta.

HANDLES.

Cedartown Ice Co., Cedartown.

Altamaha Woodworking Co., Da-
rien. Colquitt County Cooperage Co.,
Moultrie. Council, J . M. & H. L., Am.ericus. Dublin Hardwood Co., . Dubhn. Fowler-Wainwright Handle Co.,
Macon. Georgia Handle Factory, Abbeville. Georgia Handle Factory, Savannah. Hanna Manufacturing Co., Athens. Mauldin Bros., Robertstown. Ragsdale, Joe, Dallas. Savannah Handle Co., Savannah. Sowell, W. F ., Success. Standard Handle Co., Macon. Tifton Handle Mfg. Co., Tifton. Washington Manufacturing Co.,
Washington. Williams, J. B., Success. Wright, A. J., Brunswick.

City Ice Co., McRae.

City Ice Plant, Colquitt.

City Ice Plant, Thomson.

Citizens Ice Co., LaGrange.

City of Monroe Ice Plant, Monroe.

Clinkscales Ice Plant, Hartwell.

Consumers Ice Co., Atlanta.

Coweta Ice & Fuel Co., Newnan.

Cuthbert Ice Co., Cuthbert.

Dallas Utility Co., Dallas.

Dalton Ice Co., Dalton.

Dawson Ice Co., Dawson.

Donaldsonville Ice Plant, Donald-

sonville.

Douglas Ice Co., Douglas.

Ellis Ice & Coal Co., Augusta.

Ennis Ice Co., Milledgeville.

Enterprise Ice Co., Millen.

Fair bur n Ice & Coal Co., Fairburn.

Fitzgerald Ice Co., Fitzgerald.

Forsyth Ice Co., Forsyth.

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Fort Gaines Ice Co., Fort Gaines.

ICE

Fowler, M. L., Fort Gaines. Friedman, Samuel, Savannah.

Adel Ice Co., Adel.

Gainesville Ice & Fuel Co., Gaines-

A,imar, W. C. & Co., Savannah.

ville.

Artesian Ice Co., Montezuma.

Georg ia Consumers Ice Co., St.

Ashburn Ice & Cold Storage Co.,

Marys.

Ashburn.

Georgia Ice Co., Savannah.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp., Albany. Georgia Public Service Co., Tifton.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Ameri- Glynn Ice Co., Brunswick.

cus.

Green Ice Co., Statesboro.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Athens. Greensboro Ice Co., Greensboro.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Atlanta. Griffin Ice Co., Griffin.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Au- Helena Ice Works, Helena.

gusta.

Henry County Milling & Ice Co.,

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Colum-

McDonough.

bus.

House, J. W. & Son, Douglasville.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Cordele. Howell Ice & Cold Storage Co.,

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Cov-

Hawkin sville.

, ington.

Hughes, Alex, Stillmore.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Dublin. Independent Ice Co., Quitman.

Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Elberto n.
Atlantic Ice .& Coal Corpn., Fort Valley.
Atlan tic Ice & Coal Corpn., Macon. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corpn., Rome.

Jackson Ice Corpn., Jackson. Knickerbocker Ice & Storage Co.,
Savannah. LaGrange Ice & Fuel Co., La-
Grange. Manchester Ice & Fuel Co., Man-

Augusta Ice & Beverage Co., Augusta.
Bainbridge Ice Co., Bainbridge. Cairo Ice Co., Cairo.

chester.
Marietta Ice & Coal Co., Marietta. Metter I ce & Cold Storage Co., Metter.

Camilla Ice & Cold Storage Co.,

Cam illa.

.CCaarnteto~nsvIicllee

Co., Canton. Supply Co.,

Carters-

VIlle.

Milledgeville Ice Works, Milledgeville.
Moultrie Ice & Cold Storage Co., Moultrie.
Municipal Ice Plant, Bakeley.



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Murphy Ice Co., Inc., Jesup.

Muscogee Ice Co., Columbus.

Myers Ice Co., Barnesville.

Newnan Ice & Fuel Co., Newnan.

New Ice Co., Carrollton.

Overstreet Bros., Wadley.

Peoples Ice Co., Griffin.

Polar Ice Co., Atlanta.

Ponce de Leon Ice Mfg. Co., At-

lanta.

,

Pope Manufacturing Co., Washing-

ton.

Quitman Ice Co., Quitman.

Sandersville Ice Co., Sandersville.

Savannah Beverage & Ice Co., Sa-

vannah.

Sawyer, A. J. Ice Co., Macon.

Simpson & Morgan I ce Co., Rock-

mart.

South Atlantic Packing & Provision

Co., Savannah.

.

Southern Ice & Coal Co., Macon.

Southern Ice & Coal Co., Wrights-

ville.

Stephens I ce & Coal Co., Sanders-

ville.

Summerville Ice Plant, Summer-

ville.

Thomas Manufacturing Co., Madi-

so n.

Thomaston Ice Co., Thomaston.

Thomas Ice & Mfg. Co., Thomas-

ville.

Thom son Light & Water Co., (Ice

Plant), Thomson.

Toccoa Ice & Fuel Co., Toccoa.

Valdosta Light Co. (Ice Plant),

Valdosta.

Vidalia Ice & Fuel Co., Vidalia.

Nilla Rica Ice Co., .Villa Rica.

Wadley Ice Co., Wadley.

Waynesboro Ice Assn., Waynesboro.

West Point Ice Co., West Point.

LAUNDRIES.
Acme Laundry, Columbus. Albany Laundry Co., Albany. American Laundry Co., Atlanta. American Laundry Co., Dublin. American Laundry Co., Macon. Americus Steam Laundry, Ameri-
cus. Atlanta Home Laundry, Atlant.a Atlanta Linen Supply Co., Atlanta. Augusta French Dry Cleaning Co.,
Augusta.

Barnesville Laundry, Barnesville. Bass Steam Laundry, Dublin.
Bell. Laundry, Atlanta. Best La1,1ndry, Savannah. Brunswick Laundry Co., Bruns-
wick. Capital City Laundry, Atlanta. Cartersville Steam Laundry, Car-
tersville. City Laundry, Fitzgerald. City Laundry, Hazlehurst.
City Laundry, McRae. City Towel Supply Co., Atlan~a.
Columbus Steam Laundry, Colum-
bus. Cooley Laundry, Savannah. Crescent Laundry Co., Macon. Dalton Steam Laundry, Dalton. Dart, Charlie, Madison. Dixie Steam Laundry, Bainbridge. Eagle Laundry, Atlanta. Elm City Laundry, LaGrange. Empire Laundry & Dry Cleaning
Co., Augusta. Empire Laundry Co. , Athens. Excelsior Laundry, Atlanta. E. & W. Laundry, Savannah. First Class Laundry, Jesup. French Dry Cleaning Co., Atlanta. Gainesville Steam Laundry, Gaines-
ville. Gate City Laundry, Atlanta. Georgia Laundry Co., Atlanta. Griffin Laundry Co., Griffin. Guthman Laundry & Dry Cleaning
Co., Atlanta. Hulse's Steam Laundry, Augusta. Ideal Laundry, Carrollton. Ideal Laundry, Macon. Independent Laundry, Atlanta. Ind ependent Laundry, Macon. LaGrange Steam Laundry, La-
Grange. Manchester Mill Laundry, Man-
chester. May, Jos. & Sons Laundry, At-
lanta.
McCoy Steam Laundry, Cordele. Model Laundry Co., Atlanta. Montezuma Laundry, Montezuma. Newnan Steam Laundry, Newnan. New Way Laundry, Savannah.
Oakland City Laundry, Atlanta. Piedmont Laundry Co., Atlanta;
Prager Laundry Co., Savannah.
Red Cross Laundry, Savannah.

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Robe1:t son, i. B., Statesboro.
Rome Laundry Co., Rome. Sandersville Laundry, Sandersville. Savannah-Georgia Laundry Co., Sa-
vannah.
Servicfi) Laundry, Atlanta. Sewell Laundry Co., Atlanta. Star Laundry Co., Savannah. Star Laundry, Valdosta. Starke Dry Cleaning Co., Augusta. Thomasville Steam Laundry, Thom-
asville.
Tifton Laundry Co., Tifton. T1'io Laundry, Atlanta. T'rion, The Laundry, Trion . Troy Laundry, Atlanta. Troy Laundry, Macon. Vidalia Laundry, Vidalia. Walker Steam Laundry, Quitman. Way, Q. C. Laundry, Monroe. Wayside Laundry, Cedartown. White Swan Laundry, Fitzgerald. Williams, C. E ., Greensboro. Youman's Laundry, Waycross. Youngman's Steam Laundry, Moul-
trie.
LEATHERS AND TANNERS.
Allen, Bona, Inc., Buford. Allen Manufacturing Co., Law-
renceville. Bernd, G., Macon. Boston Leather Co., Macon. . Brunswick Hide & Metal Co.,
Brunswit:k. Burpee, T. G. & G. T., Newnan . Callahan, J. E., Winder. Carroll, M. B., Dublin. Chatham Trunk Factory, Savannah. Cordele Leather Co ., Cordele. Couch Bros. Mfg. Co., East Point. ~con omy Mfg. Co., Thomaston.
oote Trunk & Bag Factory, Atla n t a .
Frank, Leo (Estate of), Savannah. Go~din's Harness Factory, Atlanta. Griffith Implement Co., Athens. Hudson, R. H ., Cairo. John son, Ezra Novelty Co., New-
nan. Jones, J. M., Thomaston. ~PeerdfeScetaBl eSlht oMe fgC.o.C, oA.,tlAatnltaan.ta.
orne Tannery, Rome. Roun tree, H. W., Atlanta.

Shadburn Bros., Buford. Shadburn Bros., Norcross. Tifton Leather Co., Tifton. Watson, S. M. & Co., Cordele. Watts & Tow, Clayton. Woodruff Manufacturing Co., Win-
der. Wright Leather Specialty Co., At-
lanta. Zelmonovitz, N. & Co., Brunswick.
MARBLE AND GRANITE.
Albany Marble Works, Albany. Alsombrook, G. N., Blue Ridge. American Marble & Granite Co.,
Canton. Arabia Granite Co., Lithonia. Athens Granite & Marble Co.,
Athens. Ba1nesville Marble Co., Barnes-
ville. Bennett Marble Co., Canton. Brantley & Doby, Lithonia. Br iscoe Marble & Granite Co., Cov-
ington. Broad River Granite Co., Elberton. Brunswick Granite & Marble Co.,
Brunswick. Buford Marble & Granite Co., Bu-
ford. Calhoun Marble Works, Calhoun. Capital Monument Co., Savannah.
Capital Stone Co., Atlanta. Carrollton Marble Works, Carroll-
ton. Cedartown Marble & Transfer Co.,
Cedartown. Cherokee Marble & Granite Co.,
Atlanta. Chuppe Granite Co., Lithonia. City Marble Co., Moultrie. Clar ke, J . A., Waycross. Clarke Monumental Works, Ameri-
cus. Classic City Granite Co., Athens. Cobb County Marble Co., Marietta. Coggins Marble Co., Canton. Consolidated Marble & Milling Co.,
Canton. Consumers Monument Co., Ball
Ground. Con.tinental Marble & Granite Co.,
Canton. Cordele Marble Works, Cordele. Cowart Marble Co., Marble Hill. Creole Marble Co., Canton.

G9

Davidson Granite Co., Lithonia. Dixie Marble & Granite Co., De-

catur. Dublin Marble Works, Dublin.

Duggan, Mack, Sandersville. Eaton & Coffey Marble Co., Dalton. Elberton Granite & Marble Works,

Elberton. Elledge & Norman Marble Co., Co-

lumbus. Empire Marble Co., Canton.

Enterprise Coal & Marble Co., At-

lanta. Finbaker & Scott, Quitman.
Fitzgerald Mar ble Co., Fitzgerald.

Gaines Marble Co., Cartersville. Gainesville Marble Works, Gaines-

ville. Georgia Granite Corpn., Elberton. Georgia Marble Co., Marietta.

Georgia Marble Co., Tate. Georgia Marble Finishing Works,

Canton. Georgia Monument Co., Fairburn.
Georgia Mosiac Tile Co., Macon.
George Quincy Granite Co., Macon. Georgia Quincy Granite Co., Spar-

ta.

Granite Quarries Co., Pope's Ferry.

Hawkins Marble & Granite Co.,

Forsyth.



Haygood Granite Co., Lithonia.

Herndon Bros., Elberton. Hill Bros. Marble Works, Dalton.

Hill Granite Co., Newnan.

Independent Marble Co., Canton.

International Marble & Granite Co.,

Canton.

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James Granite & Marble Works,

Macon. Johnson Granite Co., Lithonia.

Jones, H. H. Co., Griffin. Jones Marble & Granite Co.,

Gainesville. Jones, R. A., Rome. Kinney Granite Co., Lithonia. Kohlruss, C. F., Augusta. Lavonia Marble & Granite Co., La-

vonia. Leland Granite Co., Atlanta.

Little, George, Savannah.

Lockhart, J. L. Marble Co., Jack-

son.

Lugand, E. P., Dublin.

Mackin, W. T. Granite Works,

Sparta.

Macon Granite Co., Sparta. Marietta Marble & Stone Works,
Marietta. McNeel Marble Works, Marietta. Mercer Granite Co., Elberton. Moore, J. A., Milledgeville. Newnan Granite & Marble Co.,
Newnan. National Marble & Granite Co.,
Ball Ground. Nichols, A. H. & Bros., Augusta. North Georgia Marble Products
Co., Whitestone. Oglesby Granite Corp., ElbertoL Oglethorpe Monument & Granite
Co., Savannah. Parker, H. T., Dallas. Phillips-Moore Marble Co., Colum-
bus. Pine Mountain Granite Co., Li
thonia. Poe Marble Co., Macon. Quitman Marble Yard, Quitman. Rainwa,ter, A. D. Marble Yard,
Union City. Reagin, E. W. & Co., Lithonia. Richardson Marble Co., Marietta. Roberts Marble Co., Ball Ground. Roche Stone Works, Savannah. Schneider Marble Co., Inc., Ameri-
cus. Small Quarries Co., Pope's Ferry. Southern Builders Supply Co., Ma-
con. Southern Granite & Marble
Works, Atlanta. Southern Marble Works, Claxton. Standard Marble Co., Rome. Stanley-Norris Marble Yard, Ac-
worth. Stone Mountain Granite Co., Stone
Mountain. Superior Monument Co., Ball
Ground. Talking Rock Mfg. Co., Talking
Rock.
Toccoa Rock Crushing Co., Toccoa. U. S. Marble Co., Canton. Valdosta Marble Works, Valdosta. Vidalia Monument & Marble Co.,
Vidalia. Walz, John, Savannah. Wanell, Geo. A., Savannah.
Watson Marble Co., Woodstock.
Waycross Marble Co., Waycross.
Wells Granite Co., Redan.

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Willingham Stone Co., Whitestone. Wilson-Chapman Granite Co., Li-
t honia. Winder Marble & Granite C~ . ,
Winder. Zackery Marble Co., Newnan .
MATTRESSES.
Albany Mattress Co., Albany. Americus Mattress Factory, Amer-
icus. American Mattress Co., Atlanta. . Athens Mattress & Spring Bed
Co., Athens. Atlanta Mattress Co., Atlanta. Augusta Bedding Co., Augusta. Clarke, David, Savannah. Cooper Mattress Mfg. Co., Colum-
bus. D.ennison Mattress Co., Fitzgerald. Dooner, J. R., Savannah. Douglas Mattress Co., _Douglas. Dublin Mattress Co., Dublin. Evans Mattress Co., Fitzgerald. Gate City Mattress Co., Atlanta. Gholstin Spring & Mattress Co.,
Atlanta. Griffin Mattress Co., Griffin. John son Matttess Co., Rome. Macon Mattress Co., Macon. Metzger Mattress Co., Atlanta. Pine Grove Mattress Co., Pine
Grove. Riverside Manufacturing Co., Moul-
trie. Rome Mattress Co., Rome. Savannah Mattress Co., Savannah. Simmons Co., Atlanta. Star Bed Pillow Co., Gainesville. Sy~vester Mattress Co., Sylvest~r. Tno Mattress Co., Atlanta. Wil on, W. R., Alma.
MEDICINE.
Albany Serum Co., Albany. Almo Remedy Co., Atlanta. Aspironal Laboratory. Atlanta. Baby Ease, Inc., Atlanta. Bell Medicine Co., Dawson . Blosser, The Co., Atlanta. Bradfie ld Regulator Co., Atlanta. Calotabs Co., Atlanta. Camthol, The Co., Savannah. Collum Dropsy Remedy Co., At-
lanta. Cremulsion Co., Atlanta.

Cremulsion Co., Griffin. E E M Co., Atlanta. Evans Laboratories, Manchester. Exelento Medicine Co., Atlanta. Georgia Medicine Co., Macon. Georgia Serum Co., Moultrie. "Gets Em" Co., Tifton. Great Indian Herb Juice Co., At-
lanta. Haile, T. J . & Co., Fitzgerald. Hearns, J. A., Burwell. Herolin Medicine Co., Atlanta. Hiawatha Medicine Co., Atlanta. Hirsch Pig man Co., Savannah. Hitchcock Medicine Co., Atlanta. Intravenous Products Co., Atlanta. Jackson Medicine Co., Athens. Liquid Aspirin Co., Dawson . Livingston Medicine Co., Griffin. Moffett, C. J. Medicine Co., Co-
l u m b u s. Moultrie Swine Elixir Co., Moul-
trie. Nebro Manufacturin g Co., Atlanta. Newnan Medicine Co., Newnan. Oliphant, J. T., Macon. Puro Chemical Co., Atlanta. Raney Medicine Co., Atlanta. Rainey Medicine Co., Ashburn. Riley, J. B. & Co., Macon. Salter, M. T., Atlanta. Southern Specialty Co., Thomas-
ville. Swift Speciftc Co., Atlanta. Uthglo Co., Atlanta. White Wonder Co., Brunswick. Williams, J. B. Co., Quitman .
OIL MILLS.
Acworth Cotton Seed Oil Co., Acworth.
Albany Oil Mill Co., Albany. American Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta. American Cotton Oil Co., Augusta. American Cotton Oil Co., Macon. Americus Oil Mill Co., Americus. Ashburn Oil Mill Co., Ashburn. Atlanta Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta. Blackshear Manufacturing Co:,
Blackshear. Boston Oil Mill, Boston. Bowden Oil Mill & Fertilizer Co.,
Bowden. Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta. Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Augusta. Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Macon.

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Buford Oil & Fertilizer Co., Bu-
ford. Burke County Oil & Fertilizer Co.,
Waynesboro. Calhoun Oil & Fertilizer Co., Cal-
houn. Camilla Oil & Fertilizer Co., Ca-
milla. Carter Cotton Oil Mill, Hazlehurst. Central Oil Co., Macon. Cochran, G. M. Oil Co., Boston. Cochran Oil Mill & Ginnery, Coch-
ran. Coleman Oil Co., Coleman. Comer, E. T. Co., Millhaven. Comer Oil Mill, Comer. Cotton Seed Oil Co., Savannah. Coweta Cotton Oil Co., Newnan. Cumming Oil & Fertilizer Co.,
Cumming. Dallas Oil & Fertilizer Co., Dallas. Dawson Cotton Oil Co., Dawson. Doerun Oil Mill Co., Doerun. Donalsonville Oil Mill, Donalson-
ville. Elberton Oil Mill Co., Elberton. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Bainbridge. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Blakely. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Cordele. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Dublin. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Ma"dison. Empire Cotton Oil Co., McRae. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Monticello. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Quitman. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Rome. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Savannah. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Valdosta. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Vienna. Evans County Oil Mill & Ginnery,
Hagan.
Fairburn Oil Co., Fairburn. Farmers Cotton Oil & Fertilizer
Co., Toccoa. Farmers Cotton Oil Co., Americus. Farmers Cotton Oil Co., LaGrange. Farmers Cotton Seed Oil Co., Mar-
tin. Farmers Oil Mill Co., Commerce. Frumers Oil Mill Co., Royston.
Farmers Oil & Fertilizer Co., Lavonia.
Fayetteville Oil Co., Fayetteville.
Fitzgerald Cotton Oil Co., Fitzgerald.
Fort Valley Oil Co~ , Fort Valley.

Gpugh Oil & Fertilizer' Co.,Gough.

Grantville Cotton Oil Mill, Grant-

ville.

Greenville Cotton Oil Mfg. Co.,

Greenville.

Griffin Oil Co., Griffin.

Grovania Oil Mill Co., Grovania.

Hagan Oil Mill, Hagan.

Hall Milling Co., Sylvester.

Harlem Oil & Fertilizer Co., Har-

lem.

Hartwell Oil Mill, Hartwell.

Hodgson Oil & Refinery, Athens.

Hodgson Oil & Refinery, Crawford.

Hodgson Oil & Refinery, Farming-

ton.

Home Cotton Oil Co., Lawrence-

ville.



Hoschton Cotton Oil Co., Hoschton.

International Vegetable Oil C,o.,

Arlington.

International Vegetable Oil Co.,

Augusta.

International Vegetable Oil Co.,

Savannah.

.

Interstate Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

King Lumber & Oil Co., Unadilla.

Lavonia Oil Mill, Lavonia.

Lawrenceville Oil Mill, Lawrence-

ville.

Lester Ricks Oil Co., Byromville.

Louisville Oil Mill, Louisville.

Mandeville Oil Mills, Bremen.

Mandeville Mills, Carrollton.

Marion Harper Cotton Oil Co.,

East Point.

McDuffie Oil & Fertilizer Co.,

Thomson.

McNair-Young Co., Wrens.

Milledgeville Oil Mill, Milledge-

ville.

Monroe Oii & Fertilizer Co., Mon-

roe.

Morton Oil Mill Co., Millen.

Moultrie Oil & Fertilizer Co., Moul-

trie.

Ocilla Oil & Fertilizer .Co., Ocilla.

Patrick Oil Mill, Conyers.

Pelham Oil & Fertilizer Co., Pel-

ham.

Planters Cotton Oil Co., Albany.

Planters Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

Planters Cotton Oil Co., Tifton.

Pope Manufacturing Co., Washington.

Redwine Cotton Oil Co., Fairburn.

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Richland Cotton Oil Co., Richland.

Rome Oil & Fertilizer Co., Rome.

Rutledge Oil Co., Rutledge.

Sandersville Cotton Oil Co., San-

dersville.

Savannah Oil Mill, Savannah.

Screven Oil Co., Sylvania.

Shellman Oil Co., Shellman.

Social Circle Cotton Oil Mill, So-

cial Circle.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Acworth.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Athens.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Atlanta.

Southern Cotton Oil C.o., Augusta.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Carters-

ville.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Cedar-

town.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Colum-

bus.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Com-

merce.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Cordele.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Dawson.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Dublin.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Forsyth.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Fort

Gaines.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Greens-

boro.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Jackson.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Lavonia.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Macon.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Madison.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., N~wnan.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Savan-

nah.



Southern Cotton Oil Co., Talbotton. Southern Cotton Oil Co., Warren-
ton.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Washington.
Southern Cotton Oil Co., Waynesboro.
Summerville Cotton Oil Co., Summerville.
Swift & Co., Oil Mill, Augusta. Swift & Co., Oil Mill, East Point. Sylvania Oil Mill Co., Sylvania. Temple Cotton Oil Co., Temple. Thomson Investment Co., Thomson. Trio Peanut Oil Co., Arlington.
Union Cotton Oil Co., Fitzgerald.

Upson County Oil Mill Co., Thomaston.

Valdosta Oil Mill Co., Valdosta.

Vidalia Cotton Oil Mills Co., Vidalia.
Villa Rica Cotton Oil Co., Villa Rica.
Walker Bros., No. 1, Griffin. Walker Bros., No. 2, Griffin. Winder Oil Mill, Winder. Woodbury Oil Mill, Woodbury. Woodstock Oil & Fertilizer Co.,
Woodstock.
PACKING PLANTS.
Allied Packers, Inc., Macon. Armour & Co., Atlanta. Armour & Co., Augusta. Armour & Co., Tifton. Augusta Packing Plant, Augusta. Bullochville Packing Co., States-
boro. David Davis Co., Brunswick. Dublin Packing Co., Dublin. Goodyear Packing Co., Brunswick. Morris & CQ., Atlanta. Morris & Co., Augusta. Rutland Packing Plant, LaGrange. Savannah Abbetoir & Packing Co.,
Savannah. White Provision Co., Atlanta. Wilson & Co., Atlanta. Swift & Co., Atlanta. Swift & Co., Moultrie.
POWER PLANTS.
Alamo Light Co., Alamo. Americus Lighting Co., Americus. Ashburn Water & Light Co., Ash-
burn. Athens Railway & Electric Co.,
Athens. Augusta-Aiken Railway & Electric
Co., Augusta. Babcock Bros. Co., Babcock. Bainbridge Power Co., Bainbridge. Bank Construction Co., St. Mary's. Baxley Light & Water Works, Bax-
ley. Brewer & Martin, Hinesville. Butler Light & Power Co., Butler. Cairo Light & Water Plant, Cairo. Canton Light Co., Canton. Central Georgia Power Co., Jack-
son. Central Georgia Power Co., Macon. Chapman, 0. K., Jeffersonville. Chattooga River Power Co., Ly-
erly.

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Chestates Pyrites & Chemical Co., Dahlonega.
City Electric Plant, Manchester. City Light Plant, Abbeville. City Lighting Plant, Adel. City Lighting Plant, Manchester. City Lighting Plant, Oglethorpe. City Lighting Plant, Rochelle. City of Adrian, Adrian. City of Albany, Albany. City of Arlington, Arlington. City of Bainbridge, Bainbridge. City of Blackshear,Blackshear. City of Bowdon, Bowdon. City of Bremen, Bremen. City of Brooklet, Brooklet. City of Buena Vista, Buena Vista. City of Cartersville, Cartersville. City of Cochran, Cochran. City of Colquitt, Colquitt. City of Commerce, Commerce. City of Coolidge, Coolidge. City of Cuthbert, Cuthbert. City of Dalton, Dalton. City of Darien, Darien. City of Doerun, Doerun. City of Dublin, Dublin. City of Edison, Edison. City of Elberton, Elberton. City of Ellaville, Ellaville. City of Greensboro, Greensboro. City of Griffin, Griffin. City of Hawkinsville, Hawkins-
ville. City of LaGrange, LaGrange. City of Louisville, Louisville. City of Madison, Madison. City of Meigs, Meigs. City of Metter, Metter. City of Midville, Midville. City of Millen, Millen. City of Milltown, Milltown. City of Monroe, Monroe. City of Nashville, Nashville. City of Norman Park, Norman
Park. City of Ocilla, Ocilla. City of Pavo, Pavo. City of Quitman, Quitman. City of Sandersville, Sandersville.
City of Shellman, Shellman.
City of Sparks, Sparks.
City of Stillmore, Stillmore.
City of Swainsboro, Swainsboro.
City of Sylvania, Sylvania.

City of Tallapoosa, Tallapoosa. City of Thomasville, Thomasville. City of Vienna, Vienna. City of Washington, Washington.
City of Waynesboro, Waynesboro. City of Winder, Winder.
City of Wrightsville, Wrightsville. City Water & Light Plant, Roston. City Water & Light Plant, Dawson. City Water & Light Plant, LaFay-
ette.
City Water & Light Plant, Pearson.
Claxton Electric Co., Claxton.
Clayton Light & Power Co., Cl!iyton.
Climax Light & Power Co., Climax. Columbus Power Co., Columbus. Dallas Utility Co., Dallas. Demorest Light & Power Co.,
Demorest.
Donalsonville Light & Water Plant, Donalsonville.
Douglas Electric Light Plant, Douglas.
Ellijay Light & Power Co., Ellijay.
Fitzgerald Water, Light ;'i Bond
Commission, Fitzgerald.
Fort Valley Electric Plant, Fort Valley.
Georgia-Alabama Power Co., Albany.
Georgia-Alabama Power Co.,
Fort Gaines.
Georgia-Carolina Power Co., Augusta.
Georgia Power Co., Barnesville.
Georgia Public Service Co., Cordele.
Georgia Public Service Co., Tifton. Georgia Railway & Power Co., At-
lanta.
Georgia Railway & Power Co., Carrollton.
Georgia Railway & Power Co., Gainesville.
Georgia Railway & Power Co., Hartwell.
Georgia Railway & Power Co., Tallulah Falls.
Georgia & Southern Utilities, Eastman.
Greenville Water & Light Co., Greenville.
Guyton Light & Water Co., Guyton.

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Habersham Manufacturing Co., Thomson Light & Water Co.,

Habersham.

Thomson.

Hahira Electric Light Co., Hahira. Toccoa Falls Light & Power Co.,

Homerville Light & Water Co.,

Toccoa.

Homerville.

Toccoa Light Plant, Toccoa.

Houser Bros., Dawsonville.

Towaliga Falls Power Co., Griffin.

Jesup Electric Light Plant, Jesup. Towaliga Falls Power Co., Jack-

Lane, Trundle & McLain, Ringgold.

son.

Lowe, T. J., Mableton.

Town of Whigham, Whigham.

Lumpkin Light Plant, Lumpkin. Twin City Light Commission,

Macon Railway & Light Co., Ma-

Graymont.

con.

Valdosta Lighting Co., Valdosta.

Marshallville Light & Water Com- Villa Rica Electric Light & Power

mission, Marshallville.

Co., Villa Rica.

McRae Electric Power Plant, Mc- Wadley Electric Light Plant, Wad-

Rae;

ley.

Montezuma Light & Power Co., Ware County Light & Power Co.,

Montezuma.

Waycross.

Municipal Light & Power Plant, Warrenton Light & Power Co.,

Blakely.

Warrenton.

Municipal Light & Power Co., Blue Water & Light Commission, Mon-

Ridge.

roe.

Municipal Light & Water Co., Ce- Water & Light Commission, Pel-

dartown.

ham.

Municipal Light & Water Co., Willacoochee Lighting Plant, Will-

Rockmart.

acoochee.



Municipal Light & Water Co., Woodbury Lighting Plant, Wood-

Statesboro.

bury.

Municipal Water & Light Plant, Young Harris Light & Power Co.,

Camilla.

Young Harris.

Municipal Water & Light Plant, Z~ckery Bros., Harlem.

.

Douglasville. Municipal Water & Light Plant,

READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS.

Moultrie.

Alexander Bros. Co., Savannah.

Mutual Light & Water Co., Bruns- All Star Manufacturing Co., At-

wick.

lanta.

Oconee Electric Co., Milledgeville. ' American Hat Manufacturing Co.,

Panola Power Co., Conyers.

Atlanta.

Panola Power Co., Lithonia.

American Manufacturing Co., Sa-

Pembroke Light & Water Co., Pem-

vannah.

broke.

. Augusta Shirt Factory, Augusta.

Putnam Mills & Power Co., Eaton- Bell Overall Co., Gainesville.

otn.

Bell Overall Co., Winder.

Richland Electric Light Plant Breen Skirt Manufacturing Co., At-

Richland.

'

lanta.

Rome Railway & Light Co., Rome. Carhart Overall Factory, Elberton.

Savannah Electric Co., Savannah. Clarke, A. H., Valdosta.

Sa":annah Lighting Co., Savannah. Cler Manufacturing Co., Savannah.

Sm1th, J. G., McDonough.

Climax Overall Co., Winder.

Sparta Electric Plant, Sparta.

Collier Mills, Inc., Barnesville.

Springfield Light & Water Co., Commerce Overall Mfg. Co., Com-

Springfield.

merce.

Summerville Electric Light Co., Couch Cotton Mills, Inc., East

Summerville.

Point.

Sylvester Water & Light Co., Syl- Crescent- Manufacturing Co., At-

vester.

lasta.

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De Luxe Skirt Manufacturing Co.,

Atlanta.

Dublin Overall Factory, Dublin.

Economy Manufacturing Co., Sa-

vannah.

Enterprise Manufacturing Co.,

Atlanta.

.

Gate City Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

Globe Manufacturing Co., Savan-

nah.

Hamilton Carhartt Co., Atlanta.

Happ Bros., Macon.

Harper Manufacturing Co., Rome.

Head-McMahan, Athens. .

Jewell Shirt Co., Atlanta.

Kirschner, J., Savannah.

L. & L. Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

Loeb, Marcus & Co., Atlanta.

Macon Woolen Mills, Macon.

Marks, Mrs. Ray, Macon.

Mincey Manufacturing Co., Gaines-

ville.

Mitchell Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

Mohr, L. & Sons, Savannah.

Monarch Overall Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

National Overall Co., Commerce.

Novl.'lty Hat Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Nunnally & McCrae, Atlanta.

Paramount Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

Pioneer Manufacturing Co.", At-

lanta. '

Princess Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

Quality Skirt Mfg. Co., Savannah.

Queen Quality Skirt Mfg. Co., At-

lanta.

Ready-to-Wear Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Reliable Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

Robinson Shirt Co., Atlanta.

Rome Manufacturing Co., Carters-

ville.

Rome Manufacturing Co., Rome.

Smith Manufacturing Co., Dalton.

Southern Overall Co., Columbus.

Southern States Garment Co., At-

lanta.

Tailor Made Corset Co., Atlanta.

United Manufacturing Co., At-

lanta.

United Woolen Co., Cordele.

Wender Skirt Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Winder Manufacturing Co., Winder.
Wiseberg Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
SHIPBUILDING PLANTS.
Georgia Shipbuilding Co., Savannah.
National Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Savannah.
Southland Steamship Co., Savannah.
Terry Shipbuilding Corpn., Savannah.
U. S. Maritime Corpn., Brunswick.
TEXTILE MILL~.
Acworth Cotton Mills, Acworth. Acworth Knitting Mills, Acworth. Adams Cotton Mills, Macon. Aldora Mills, Barnesville. American Textile Co., Atco. Anchor Duck Mills, Rome. Aragon Mills, Aragon. Arnall Mills, Sargent. Athens Manufacturing Co., Athens. Atlanta Hosiery Mills, Atlanta. Atlanta Woolen Mills, Atlanta. Augusta Factory, Augusta. Barnes Knitting Mills, Cedartown. Barrow County Cotton Mills, Win-
der. Berryton Cotton Mills, Berryton. Beverly Cotton Mills, Elberton. Bibb Manufacturing Co., No. 1,
Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Co., No, 2,
Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Crown
Mill), Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Knit-
ting), Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Payne
Mill), Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Co., Colum-
bus. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Porter-
dale Mill), Porterdale. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Osprey
Mill), Porterdale. Bibb Manufacturing Co., (Taylor
Mill), Reynolds. Blue Ri'dge Knitting Mills, Blue
Ridge. Bradley Manufacturing Co., Co-
lumbus.

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Calhoun Yarn Mills, Calhoun. Canton Cotton Mills, Canton. Capps Manufacturing Co., Toccoa.
Carhart Cotton Mills, Elebton.
Cartersville Mills, Inc., Cattersville.
Cedartown Cotton & Export Co., No. 1, Cedartown.
Cedartown Cotton & Export Co., No. 2, Cedartown.
Cherokee Hosiery Mills, Rome. Cli max Hosiery Mills, Athens. Cochran Cotton Mills Co., Cochran. Collier Manufacturing Co., Barnes-
ville.
Columbus Manufacturing Co., Columbus.
Consolidated Textile Corpn., LaFayette.
Consolidated Textile Corpn., Pelham.
Cook Duck Mills, Cedartown.
Couch Cotton Mills, Inc., Thomson.
Couch Cotton Mills, Inc., East Point.
Covington . Mills, Covington. Crawford Cotton Mills, Crawford. Crown Cotton Mills, No. 1, Dalton. Crown Cotton Mills, No. 2, Dalton. Crystal Springs Bleachery, Chick-
amauga.
Dallas Hosiery Mills, Dallas. Dalton Hosiery Mills, Dalton. Dixie Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Douglas Hosiery Mills, Douglas-
ville.
Dunson Mills, LaGrange.
Eagle & Phenix Mills, Columbus. Eastman Cotton Mills, Eastman. East Newnan Cotton Mills, New-
nan.
Eato nton Co tton Mills, Eatonton. Echota Cotton Mills, Calhoun.
Echota Cotton Mills, No. 2, Rome. Elk Cotton Mills, Dalton.
Elm City Cotton Mills, LaGrange.
Ensign Cotton Mills, Forsyth.
Enterprise Manufacturing Co., Augusta.
Exposition Cotton Mills, Atlanta. Fitzgerald Cotton Mills, Fitzger-
ald. Flint River Cotton Mills, Albany. Forsyth Cotton Mills, Forsyth. Forsyth Hosiery Mills, Forsyth.

Fort Valley Cotton Mills, Fort Val-

ley.



Fort Valley Knitting Molls, Fort

Valley.

..

Fuller Knitting Mills, VIII~ R1ca.

Fulton Bag & Cotton M1Ils, At-

lanta.

.

Gainesville Cotton Mills, Games-

ville.

.

Gate City Cotton Mills, East P01~t.

Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 1, Grif-

Georfginia. Cotton Mills, No. 2, Gn'f -

Georfgini.a Cotton Mills, No. 3, Gn'f-
fin. Georgia Duck & Cordage Mills,
Scottdale. Georgia Manufacturing Co., White
Hall. Georgia Manufacturing Co., Co-
lumbus. Georgia Manufacturing Co.,
Gainesville. Gilmer, L. H. & Co., Millen. Globe Cotton Mills, Augusta. Grantville Cotton Mills, Grantvill e. Grantville Hosiery Mills, Grant-
ville.
Griffin Hosiery Mills, Griffin. Griffin Manufacturing Co., Griffi n.
Habersham Mills, Habersham. Hampton Cotton Mills, Hampton. Harmony Grove Cotton Mills, Com-
merce. Hartwell Mills, Hartwell. Henderson Manufacturing Co.,
Hampton.
Henry Cotton Mills, Hawkinsville. Hetrick Manufacturing Co., Gaines-
ville. High Shoals Manufacturing Co.,
High Shoals. Hillside Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Hutcheson Manufacturing . . Co.,
Banning.
ImRerial Cotton Mills, Eatonton. International Cotton Mills, Hogans-
ville. International Cotton Mills, La-
Grange.
J efferson Cotton Mills, Jefferson. J ewell Cotton Mills Co., Jewell. Jonesboro Manufacturing Co.,
Jonesboro. Juliette Cotton Mills, Juliette.

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Kennesaw Hosiery Mills, Marietta. Kincaid Knitting Mills, Griffin. Kincaid Manufacturing Co., No.
1, Griffin. Kincaid Manufacturing Co., No.
2, Griffin. King, Jno. P. Mfg. Co., Augusta. LaFayette Cotton Mills, LaFayette. Lavonia Cotton Mfg. Co., Lavonia. Lawrenceville Mills, Lawrenceville. Liberty Cotton Mills, Dallas. Little River Mills, Woodstock. Lois Cotton Mills, Douglasville. Mallison Braided Cord Co., Athens. Manchester Cotton Mills, Manches-
ter. Manchester Manufacturing Co.,
Macon. Mandeville Mills, Carrollton. Marietta Knitting Mills, Marietta. Marietta Manufacturing Co., Mar-
ietta. Martel Manufacturing Co., Egan. Mary-Leila Cotton Mills, Greens-
boro. Massachusetts Mills in Georgia,
Lindale.
Mcintosh Mills, Newnan. Meritas Mills, Columbus. Milstead Manufacturing Co., Mil-
stead.
Mitchell Hosiery Co., Columbus. Monroe Cotton Mills, Monroe. Moreland Knitting Mills, Moreland.
Moultrie Cotton Mills, Moultrie. Muscogee Manufacturing Co., Co-
lumbus.
Newnan Cotton Mills, Newnan. Newnan Hosiery Mills, Newnan. Pacolet Manufacturing Co., New
Holland.
Palmetto Cotton Mills, Palmetto. Park Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Park Woolen Mills, Rossville. Peerless Cotton Mills, Thomaston. Peerless Woolen Mills, Rossville. Pepp~rton C!<>tton Mills, Jackson. P~rkms Hos1ery Mills, Columbus. P~edmont Cotton Mills, Egan.
P1tts Cotton Mfg. Co., Elberton. Poulan Cotton Mills, Poulan.
Princeton Manufacturing Co., Athens.
Richmond Hosiery Mills, Rossville.
Riverside Mills, Augusta.

Rome Hosiery Mills, Rome. Rome Manufacturing Co., Carters-
ville. Rosswell Manufacturing Co., No.
1, Rosswell. Rosswell Manufacturing Co., No.
2, Rosswell.
Rushton Cotton Mills, Griffin. Scottdale Mills, Scottdale. Sibley Manufacturing Co., Au-
gusta.
Singleton Silk Mfg. Co., Augusta. Smith Cotton Mills, Douglasville.
Social Circle Cotton Mills, Social Circle.
Southland Knitting Mills, Macon.
Southern Manufacturing Co., Athens.
Southern Press Cloth Mfg. Co., Augusta.
Spalding Knitting Co., Griffin.
Standard Cotton Mills, Cedartown. Star Thread Mills, Athens. Strickland Cotton Mills, Valdosta.
Summerville Cotton Mills, Summerville.
Sutherland Manufacturing Co., Augusta.
Swift Manufacturing Co., Columbus.
Swift Spinning Mills, Columbus.
Tallapoosa Mills, Tallapoosa. Thomaston Cotton Mills, Thomas-
ton. Trio Manufacturing Co., Forsyth. Trion, The Co., Trion.
Tifton Cotton Mills, Tifton. Tilton, G. H. Sons, Savannah. . Toccoa Cotton Mills, Toccoa.
Union Manufacturing Co., Union Point.
Union Thread Co., Athens. Unity Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Unity Spinning Mills, LaGrange.
Valley Waste Mills, LaGrange. Villa Rica Hosiery Mills, Villa
Rica.
Walker County Hosiery Mills, LaFayette.
Walton Cotton Mills Co., Monroe. Western Reserve Cotton Mills,
Quitman.
White City Mfg. Co., Athens.
Whitehall Yarn Mill, Whitehall. Whittier Mills Co., Chattahoochee.
Willingham Cotton Mills, Macon.

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VELVET BEAN MILLS.
Adel Ginning & Trading Co., Adel. Aultman, Davis Co., Warwick. Ben Hill, The Co., Fitzgerald. Bowdon Velvet Bean Mill, Bowdon. Buena Vista Milling Co., Buena
Vista. Carrollton Velvet Bean Mill, Car-
rollton. Central Grocery Co., Tifton. Connor, W. C., Sylvester. Cowart, Walter, Union City. David, H. A., Montezuma. DeLoach, 0. R., Claxton. Edison Milling Co., Edison. Georgia Products Co., Milledge-
ville. Hall Milling Co., Sylvest~r. Jones, M. F., Metter. Lumpkin Milling Co., Lumpkin. Mallet & Ball, Jackson. Metcalf Milling Co., Camilla. Milledgeville Products Co., Mil-
ledgeville. Milner, W. S., Eastman. Oliver, W. C. & Son, Lyons. Phelps, D. A., Poulan. Pope, J. T., Dublin.
Prater, W. H., Dalton. Statesboro Milling Co., Statesboro. Strickland Mill, Concord. Sweet & Weeks, Blackshear. Thomasvill e Elevator Co., Thomas-
vill e.
Walker Bros., Griffin. Wrens Milling Co., Wrens.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Air Reduction Sales Co., Atlanta. Alco Feed Mills, Atlanta. American Beverage & Syrup Co.,
Atlanta. Americau-European Art Glass Co.,
Atlanta. American Cement & Paint Co.,
Rossville. Atlanta Auto Top & Trimming Co.,
Atlanta.
Atlanta Cone Co., Atlanta.
Atlanta Cotton Bag Co., Atlanta.
Atlanta Envelope Co., Atlanta.
Atlanta Paper Co., _Atlanta.
Atlanta Refining & Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

Atlanta Rubber Stamp 8e Stencil
Co., Atlanta. Atlanta Tent & Awning Co., At-
lanta. Atlantic Paper & Pulp Co., Savan-
nah. Atlantic Refining Co., Attapu~gus . Atlantic Refining Co., BrunswiCk. Augusta Cream-Sizing Co., Au-
gusta. Badgett, Mays, Atlanta. Bailey, J. H . Coffee Co., Macon. Ball, S. W. Mfg. Co., Winder. Barnett, W. 0. Co., Macon. Bennett Rubber Stamp & Seal Co.,
Atlanta. Bennett Stamp & Ptinting Co., At-
lanta. Billingslea, W. W., Macon. Bingham, Samuel & S?n~, ~tlanta. Blue Springs Dye & Fm1shmg Co.,
Cedartown. Brannon Mary Co., Atlanta. Buford Manufacturing Co.; Buford. Burke, J. W. Co., Macon. C. & H . Vinegar Co., Atlanta. Cargill, J. Ralston, Ameri~us. Carrollton Roller Covenng Co.,
Carrollton. Chandler, F. 0. Sons, Savannah. Chason, J. D. & Co., Bai~bri~ge. Columbia Peanut Co., Bam~ndge. Columbia Peanut Co., Camilla. Columbia Peanut Co., Fort Gaines. Columbia Peanut Co., Savannah. ' Columbus Coffee Co., Columbus. Columbus Truck & Supply Co., Co-
lumbus. Cooledge, F. J. & Sons, Inc., At-
lanta. Co-operative Cheese Factory,
Cleveland. Cotton States Tent Co., Atlanta. Curry, A. S., Climax. Decatur Lumber Co., Bainbridge. DeSota Coffee Co., Savannah. Diamond Holfast Rubber Co., At
lanta. Dixie Laboratories, Atlanta.
Dixie Roll & Cotton Co., Macon.
Dixie Seal & Stamp Works, Atlanta.
Dorsey, W. F., Leo.
Doss Rubber & Tire Co ., Atlanta.
Dowman-Dozier Mfg. Co., Atlanta.

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Eagle Multigraphing, Stamp &
Stencil Works, Atlanta. Economy Cone & Tube Co., Cedar-
town.
Elmgren, B. T. Boat Co., Savannah.
Everett, 0. C., Sylvania. Floding, W. E., Atlanta.

Floyd Bros., Atlanta. Foote & Davies, Atlanta. Frederick Disinfectant Co., At-
lanta.

Georgia Creosoting Co., Inc., Brunswick.

Georgia Cushion & Wrapper Co.,

Woodland.

Georgia Rosin Products Co., Bruns-

wick.

Giles, A. B., Tallapoosa.

Hall, W. H., Palmetto.

Hanger, J. E., Inc., Atlanta.

Hardway-Cargill Co., Columbus

Hilburn, C. A., Macon.



Hue!, H. H. Mfg. Co., Winder. Jefferson Manufacturing Co., Sa-
vannah.

Johnson-Curtis Co., Atlanta. Jordan Manufacturing Co., Monti-
cello.

King's Boat Co., Savannah. Kuster Manufacturing Co., Cedar-
town.

Liberty Lumber Co., Bainbridge L!nd~ Air Products Co., Atlanta: L1qu1d Carbonic Co., Atlanta. Lyd & Crimmins, Macon.

McElroy Art Limb Co., Atlanta. M~Millan Metal Co., Savannah. M~ller Brass & Valve Co., Macon. M11ler Manufacturing Co., Bain-
bridge.

Monarch Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.

Montag Bros., Inc., Atlanta. 'Morgan, I. D. & Son, Tifton.

Muscogee Roll & Cotton Co., Macon.

National Paper Co., Atlanta.

National Pencil Co., Atlanta.

Newnan Roller Plate Covering Co., Newnan.

Noble Manufacturing Co., Cedartown.

O'Connor Schweers Paint Co., Augusta.

Palmer & Sons, Athens. Paper Products Co., Cedartown. Parian Paint Co., Atlanta. Perfect Pea Picker Co., Hartwell. Perfection Canopy Co., Atlanta. Prest-O-Lite Co., Atlanta. Purity Products Co., Macon. Pyntree Paper Co., Gordon. Rinker Dease Mfg. Co., Augusta. Rogers, W. C., Meansville. Rosenfeld Co., Atlanta. Savannah Bag Co., Savannah. Sea Island Cotton Gin Co., Vidalia. Sharr.bow Shuttle Co., Blue Ridge. Shannon Refrigerator Co., Atlanta. Shaw, Colin & Sons, Statesboro. Sheats Stock Tonic, Winder. Sikes Hay Press Co., Ocilla. . Smith, M. D. & H. L., Atlanta. Smith Manufacturing Co., Dalton. Southern Decorating Co., Atlanta. Southern Fruit Julep Co., Atlanta. Southern Oil & Ink Co., Savannah. Southern Stock Food Co., Atlanta. Southern Tire & Rubber Co., Au-
gusta. Southern Upholstering Co., At-
lanta. Spratling, J. H., Macon. Standard Tag Co., Augusta. Standard Tent & Awning Co., At-
lanta. Stephens, J. P. Engraving Co., At-
lanta. Swift & Co., Refinery, Atlanta. Taylor Umbrella Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Thompson-Weinman & Co., Car-
tersville. Thompson, A. J., Fairburn. Thompson, J. W., Cataula. Tripod Paint Co., Atlanta. United Laboratories Co., Atl~nta.
Volberg, F. L., Atlanta.
Walker Wood Products Co., Valdosta.
Webb & Vary, Atlanta.
Wilder, J. J., Cordele.
Woodcraft Co., Atlanta.
Woolfork, J. W., Fort Valley.
World Manufacturing Co., Atlanta.
Yaryan Rosin & Turpentine Co., Brunswick.
Young Harris Co-operative Cheese Factory, Young Harris.

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NEWSPAPERS.
DAILY
(Most of the daily papers print weekly editions.)

Americus-Times-Recorder.

Athens Banner-Herald.

Athens Daily News.

Albany Herald.

Atlanta Constitution.

Atlanta Georgian.

(and Sunday American)

Atlanta Journal.

Augusta Chronicle.

Augusta Herald.

Brunswick Banner.

Brunswick News.

Columbus Enquirer-Sun.

Columbus Ledger.

Cordele Dispatch.

Dublin Courier-Herald.

Griffin News & Sun.

LaGrange Reporter.

Macon News.

Macon Telegraph.

Moul trie Observer.

Rome News.

Rome Tribune-He1ald.

Savannah Morning News.

Savannah Press.

Thoma sville Times-Enterprise.

Tifton Gazette.

Valdosta Times.



Waycross Journal-He1ald.

WEEKLY

(Some of the papers below print

oftener than once each week.)

Abbeville Chronicle.

.

Acworth, Fom- County Post.

Adel News.

Alamo, Wheeler County Eagle.

Alma Times.

Arlington, Calhoun County

Co u r i e r .

Alpharetta Free Press.

Ashburn, Wiregrass Farmer. Atl.ant~, Searchlight.

Bambndge Post-Searchlight.

Barnesville News-Gazette.

Baxley News & Banner.

Blackshear Times.
1~lakely_, Early County News. ue R1dge Summit-Post.

Boston, South Georgian.

Bowdon Bulletin.

Braselton Booster.

Bremen Gateway.

Buchanan Tribune.

Buena Vista, Marion County

Patriot.

Buford Advertiser.

Butler Herald.

Byromville Herald.

Cairo Messenger.

Calhoun Times.

Camilla Enterprise.

Canton, Cherokee Aqvance.

Carnesville Herald.

Carrollton, Carroll Free Press.

Carrollton, Carroll County Times.

Cartersville, Bartow Tribune.

Cedartown Standard.

Chatsworth Times.

Clarkesvill~ Tri-<:'...ounty Ad-

vertiser.

Clayton Tribune.

Claxton Enterprise.

Cleveland Couriel'.

Cochran Journal.

College Park News.

Colquitt, Miller County Liberal.

Colquitt Sun.

Gomer News.

Commerce News.

Commerce Observer.

Conyers Times.

Covington News.

Cornelia Enterprise.

Crawfordville, Advocate-Demo-

crat.

Cumming, Forsyth County News.

Cumming, North Georgian.

Cuthbert Leader.

Cuthbert, Liberal Enterprise.

Dallas New Era.

Dalton, North Georgia Citizen.

Danielsville Monitor.

Dawson News.

Dawsonville, Dawson County

Advertiser.

Darien Herald.

Decatur, DeKalb New Era.

Doerun Courier.

Donalsonville News.

Douglas Enterprise.

Douglas, Coffee County Progress.

Douglasville, Douglas County

Sentinel.

Eastman Times-Journal.

East Point, Suburban Reporter.

Eatonton 1\;lessenger.



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Edison News. Elberton Star. Ellaville, Schley County News. Ellijay Times & Courier. Fairburn, Campbell News. Fayetteville News. Fitzgerald Herald. Fitzgerald Lea,der-Enterprise. Folkston, Charlton County
Herald. Forsyth, Monroe Advertiser. Fort Gaines, Southwest Georgian. Fort Valley, Leader-Tribune. Franklin News & Banner. Gainesville Eagle. Gainesville Herald. Gainesville News. Gibson Record. Gray, Jones County News. Greensboro Herald-Journal. Greenville, Meriwether Vindi-
cator. Hamilton Journal. Harlem, Columbia News. Hartwell Sun. Hawkinsville Dispatch & News. Hazlehurst News-Enterprise. Hinesville, Liberty County.Herald.
Hoboken, Brantley County News. Homer, Banks County Journal. Homerville, Clinch County News. Hoschton News. Irwinton Bulletin. Jackson Progress-Argus. Jefferson, Jackson Herald. Jeffersonville, Twiggs County
Citizen. Jesup Sentinel. Jonesboro News. Knoxville Post. LaFayette, Walker County
Messenger. LaGrange Graphic. LaGrange Shuttle. Lavonia Times-Gauge. Lawrenceville, Gwinnett Journal. Lawrenceville, News-Herald. Leesburg, Lee County Journal. Lexington, Oglethorpe Echo. Lincolnton, Lincoln Journal. Lithonia Journal.
Louisville News & Farmer.
Lumpkin Independent.
Lyons Progress.
McDonough Advertiser.

McDonough, Henry County Weekly.
McRae, Telfair Enterprise. Madison Madisonian. Manchester Mercury. Marietta Journal & Courier. Marietta, Cobb County Times. Maysville En_terprise. Meigs Herald. Metter Advertiser. Milledgeville News. Milledgeville Union Recorder. Millen News. Milltown, Lanier County News. Millwood News. Monroe, Walton News. Monroe, Walton Tribune. Montezuma Georgian. Monticello News. Mt. Vernon, Montgomery Monitor.
Nahunta Banner. Nashville Herald. Newnan Herald. Newton, Baker County News. Ocilla Star. Oglethorpe, Macon County
Citizen. Pavo News. Pearson Tribune. Pelham Journal. Pembroke Enterprise. Perry, Houston Home Journal. Quitman Advertiser. Quitman Free Press. Reidsville, Tattnall Journal. Richland News. Ringgold, Catoosa Record.
Roberta, Crawford County News. Roehelle New Era. Rockmart News. Royston Record. Sandersville Progress. St. Marys, Southeast Georgian. Soperton News. Sparks Eagle. Sparta Ishmaelite. Sparta Tribune. Springfield Herald. Statesboro, Bulloch Times & News. Statesboro Tribune. Summerville News.
Swainsboro Forest-Blade.
Sylvania Telephone.
Sylvester, Worth County Local.
Talbotton New Era.

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Tallapoosa Journal.

Thomaston Times.

Thomasville Press.

Thomson, McDuffie Progress.

Thomson, Columbia Sentinel.

Toccoa Record.

Trenton, Dade County Times. .

Vidalia Advance.



Vienna News.

Warrenton Clipper.

Washington News-Reporter. Watkinsville, Oconee Enterprise. Waynesboro True Citizen.
West Point News.
Willacoochee Times. Winder News. Wrens, Jefferson Reporter. Wrightsville Headlight. Zebulon, Pike County Times-Jour-
nal.

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ELEV
. OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1922

H. M. STANLEY, Commissioner WALTER E. CHRISTIE, Assistant Commissioner MRS. ELLA STEVENS FRANKLIN, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspedor

1 GENERAl LIB RARY

BYRD

1923 PRINTING

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OCT 9 1939

c; Atlanta, Ga. UNIVCRS!TY GCCFG!A

ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND .LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR 'rHE
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1922
H. M. STANLEY, Commissioner WALTER E. CHRISTIE, Assistant Cominissioner MRS. ELLA STEVENS FRANKLIN, Chief Clerk .
I
I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector
1923 BYRD PRINTING CO. ,
Atlanta, Ga.

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REPORT
Atlanta, Ga., January 1, 1923.
To Hrs ExcELLENCY,
HoN. THo . W. H ARDWICK , Governor.
SIR:
In accordance with the law, I have the honor and pleasure of respectfully submitting to you the 11th Annual Report of the Department of Commerce and Labor for the term ending December 31st, 1922.
The year 1922 brought about a change in the personnel of the Dspartment of Commerce and Labor. Prof. Joseph T,. Derry, who was connected with the Department from its very incipiency was, in the spring of the year, stricken with apoplexy and resigned his position as Assistant Commissioner. It was with a great deal of regret that I accepted this resignation. Prof. Derry is one of the most loyable men that I have ever had knowledge of. He was always in a good humor, always cheerful, and was a valuable Assistant in many ways. As a statistician he had perhaps few equals in this 1State, and during the more than ten years he filled the office of Assistant Commissioner, he performed a very valuable and useful service to the State. It is with pleasure that I state in this connection that Prof. Derry's attack was not fatal, and that he is now much improved. He is more than eighty years of age and faces the evening of life cheerfully and unafraid. His place was filled by the appointment of Walter E. Christie who, like Prof. Derry, came to the Department in its very incipiency, and, with the . exception of a few months, has remained with the Department. H e is conversa~t with every detail and makes an excellent Assistant.
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Just at the close. of 1922 an opportunity presented itself to
secure the services of a woman, and Mrs. Ella Stevens Franklin
was appointed Chief Clerk. In the study of conditions sur-
rounding women workers it is believed that Mrs. Franklin will prove to be a .valuable employee. She was connected with the U. S. Employment Service in charge of the supervision of women workers for some time, and later had cl!arge of the municipal employment service conducted by the City of Atlanta. She therefore brings to the Department of Commerce and Labor ripe experience in dealing with women and sociological problems.
A study of conditions in Georgia has developed the fact that while there has been considerable expansion of industrial plants already here, Georgia is not growing as rapidly as her advantages warrant. It seems certain now that early in the year there will be a concerted movement designed to place Georgia. again in the forefront of sister states. The climate of Georgia., her potential water powers, splendid water and rail facilities, and other advantages, would seem to make Georgia an ideal location for almost any kind of manufacturing plant. From information at hand now it is quite certain that the various interests of the State will combine to attempt to make Georgia. a great industrial State. Until the advent of the boll weevil, Georgia ranked as one of the five leading agricultural states in the Union. It is believed that the time is near when she will again take her proper place as an agricultural state. Any development along industrial lines will aid and npt retard the consummation of this mostly-to-be-desired end. The states which have developed greatly along industrial lines furnish markets for agricultural products right at home, and make agriculture much more profitable. Even if considerable labor from the farms goes into industry, it is still possible for farmers to make more money when there are large industrial plants near at hand because of markets furnished right at home, this being particularly true of truck growing. It is a well settled fact that where there is a. large industrial development, there is correspondingly an agricultural expansion that means more profits to the farm. Any
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movement looking to the greater development of Georgia industrialiy v.rill, ther efore, not injure the farming interests of the State, but v.rill rather increase it.
In the fall of last year there began an exodus of common abor from the State. 'l'he large manufacturing plants of the East and Middle West, being unable to find the common labor needed, because under the 3 per cent immigration law immigrants were not coming into the country in quantities sufficient to supply the demand, began drawing upon Georgia and other states of the South for their needed labor supply. In September a great many laborers began leaving the State. Of course, any person who desires to do so has a right to change his residence. The state, however, has an emigration law and it has, therefore, devolved upon this Department to make every possible effort to enforce that law. While a man has the right to move if lie wishes to, it is quite another matter for an agent to come into the State and persuade him to move. In an effort to enforce the emigration law, I communicated at various times with the sheriffs and police officials of the different cities and counties of the State, asking that the activities of these agents be curbed. 'Ihere were a number of arrests mane, but for the most part emigrant agents succeeded in coming into the State, securing labor needed, and getting away v.rithout being apprehended. I am quite fearful that the movement in 1923 will not cease, but will gather momentum, and if continued for any great length of time, will very largely deplete the farms of the State, and be a serious handicap to the industrial interests of Georgia. Experience has shown that this law should be amended, and I hope that the General Assembly will handle the subject in a vigorous and positive manner.
Under the law, employers who desir e to move laborers from this State for their own use outside of the State, have th~ right to do so if a permit be secured from this Department. There were numerous applications for the right to recruit labor from Georgia for use OlJ.tside the State, and wher e the request was a meritorious one and I found that the labor could be spared from the county where it was sought to be recruited, permission was
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granted. Before granting such perm1sswn, however, I invariably communicated with the Ordinary of the county and the Mayor of the town, and always refused to permit labor to be recruited from any community where the two officers named did not agree that the labor could well be spared.
It is my opinion that the child labor law, the-enforcement of which is chargeable to this Department, has been enforced ex. tremely well. Of course, there is not any law upon the statute book that is not violated at some time or another, but .I feel quite sure that the child-labor law is well observed by the employers of the State. Occasionally reports of violations come into the office. These are strictly investigated by I. L. Griffin. who is Factory Inspector for the State, and for the most part proved to be errors. We have always invited suggestions from any interested persons as to the conduct of this Department, and occasionally received helpful advice. This we have always appreciated.
Last summer the General Assembly amended the Georgia Workmen's Compensation Act, very much improving that most beneficient law. It is believed that Georgia has a model Act. In fact, those who have studied the laws in the various states are of the opinion that the Georgia law is far super~or to most laws on the subject. From time to time suggestions will be made as to needed amendments.
In my judgment the time has arrived for amending the Child Labor Law of the 1State. My suggestion is that the act approved August 14th, 1914, be amended by making fourteen years the minimum age for labor by children, during daylight hours, in industries designated by the Act, and that sixteen years be made the minimum between the hours of seven p. m. and six a. m. ; that the hours of labor shall be fixed at not exceeding fifty-five per week. I also recommend that the law with reference to seats for females be amended so that it be made more specific in its terms.
The Commissioner of Commerce and Labor is also a member of the Georgia Securities Commission. This Commission has labored hard and earnestly to keep out of the State fraudulent
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stock transactions, and the law has proved to be a wise one. I believe that the efforts of the Commissioners have resulted in saving to the people of Georgia millions of dollars that otherwise would have gone into the hands of designing stock jobbers.
In conclusion, please permit me to take this occasion to express to you :mY warmest appreciation for the kindness and consideration shown to me by your Excellency, and by the officials of th e Executive Department during the past year.
Respectfully submitted, H. M. STANLEY, Commissi oner .

Manuf~cturing in Georgia
That Georgia is one of the best States in the Union in which to manufacture every line of industry, is perhaps true. The climate of the State is one of the best in the Union. Of all the climatic zones in the United States, Georgia posses.ses all of them except one. The typography of the State is such that we have here a climate that is ideal, both winter and summer, offering no extreme types of either hot or cold.
It is very seldom that heat is sufficiently severe in Georgia to cause prostrations, and in winter zero weather is rarely felt. The average temperature in Georgia will compare most favorably with any State in the Union, and is superior to most localities. The rainfall is ample and distributed over the year.
The transportation facilities of the State are most excellent. We have !it Savannah, Darien, Brunswick, and .St. Marys most excellent harbors, capable of accommodating vessels of almost any size. Savannah and Brunswick are developing rapidly a~ seaports. In addition to these ports there are a nll.!llber of rivers in Georgia that are available for light-draught steamers, notably the Savannah, from Augusta to Sayannah; the Chattahoochee, from Columbus to its junction with the Flint, and then the Appalachicola; the Coosa, from Rome into Alabama; the Flint, from Albany and Bainbridge, to its junction with the Appalachicola; the Oconee, from Dublin, and occasionally from Milledgeville, to its junction with the Ocmulgee; the Ocmulgee, from Hawkinsville, and occasionally from points between Hawkinsville and Macon, to its junction with the Oconee, and down the Altamaha, formed by the Oconee and Ocmulgee, to Darien and Brunswick; the Coosawattee, from Cartersville to Rome, where, with the Etowah, it forms the Coosa. In addition, the Ogeechee, the St. Marys and the Satilla are navigable for a good distance from where they empty into the ocean to points along these tributaries.
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The railway lines of the ,State comprise the total length of 7,3-!3 miles. Georgia has more railway mileage than any State in the Southeast except Texas, which State has a land area more than four times greater than that of Georgia.
No state can prosper greatly, industrially, unless hydroelectric power is furnished in sufficient quantities to guarantee the running of machinery to the maximum required.
The Georgia Railway & Power Company, the Central Georgia Power Company, the Columbus Power Company, and the Georgia-Alabama Power Company have large developments of electric power which is sold to consumers at an advantageous rate. In addition, there are numerous other plants in the State which have today a development aggregating 374,000 minimum horsepower with a potential maximum horsepower of 627,000.
During 1921 horsepowers amounting to 281,111 were developed, and at the present time the Georgia Railway & Power Company is making extensive improvements at Tugalo and other points along the Tugalo and Tallulah Rivers, which will give that company fifty per cent more watei po.wer within the next year and a half than it has at present. One development will be concluded by August of 1923, another by January 1, 1924, and still another by the middle of the summer of 1924.
'rhe hydroelectr ic power now available and to be available in th e near future will enable Georgia to largely expand in its industrial development.
The following is a summary of some of the industries of the ' tate:
otton and silk mills, 147; woolen mills, 3; mills that knit and spin, 7 ; mills that knit, 28; total, 185. The capital of these mills was distributed as follows: Cotton and silk, $119,018,217.02; woolen mills, $1,954,160.12 ; mills that spin and knit, $4,753,651.36; mills that knit, $3,319,794.49; total, $129,045,822.99. Money invested in buildings and land and equipment . is distributed as follows: Cotton and silk mills, $67,960,424.22; woolen mills, $919,742.44; 1p.ills that knit and spin, $3,843,541.60 ; mills that knit, $2,808,319.20 ; total, $75,532,027.46. The .....anufactured products of the textile mills of Georgia are cloths
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of many kinds, such as sheetings, duck, drills, denims, khaki, tire and other fabrics, including woolen goods; also toweling, ticking, laprobes, bed spreads, twine, sash cord, thread, hose and knit underwear. The total value of these products was $165,326,706.62. ~he machinery used in the production of all the abovenamed articles consisted of 2,65fi,312 producing spindles, 328,945 twister spindles, 52,326 looms, 9,494 cards, 38 sets of cards, 738 sewing machines, 6,118 knitting machines, 843 looping machines, 1,088 ribbing machines. Of the textile mills, 75 bleach, dye and finish. The power used are, water 36, electricity 118, steam 88 . Many of them use more than one kind of power. The cost of the r aw material was $87,805,167.79; the amount paid in salaries to officers and clerks was $3,712,064.44, the amount paid wage earners was $21,559,008.46. The total of these expenses was $33,212,407.21. The number of all white employees was 38,596, of whom 22,384 were males and 16,212 females. The negr oes employed in the textile mills numbered 2,860, of whom 2,146 were males and .714 females. The negro men were employed as drivers, porters, and some work in the picker rooms, . and the negro women as scrubbers and cleaners. (See tables 1 to 4, inclusive. )
Industries allied to textile mills are those that manufacture pants, overalls, shirts, hats and garments for women and children; also awnings, tents, mattresses and backhands. There are 1i2 establishments in Georgia that come under this class. They use 1,926 sewing machines. The capital invested in 1922 was $3,686,784.00. The following were some of the chief items of expense. Amount spent for r epairs and new machinery, $58,684.83; pay of officers and clerks, $290,460.00; amount paid to wage earner s, $1,027,754.00; cost of raw materials, which was largely produced by the textile mills, $3,989,518.00; total of the foregoing items of expense, $5,366,416.83. The value of all the manufactured products was $7,892,654.00. The employees numbered 2,247 whites and 380 negroes. The textile mills and th eir allied industries are among. the most important industries of Georgia, employing a very large proportion of the wage earners of the State. (See table No. 5.)
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Compresses are not manufactories, but they are very important public utilities and have become prime necessities to railroads, steamships, and to everything used for transportation. Manufacturers, farmers, merchants and shippers alike consider th em indispensable. There are in Georgia 31 compresses. The amount of capital invested in compresses in 1922 was $5,050,624.21. There were 276 white and 1,015 colored employees, making a total of 1,291. The salaries of the officials were $197,601.85, and the wages of all employees $302,585.16. The cost of repairs. and new machinery was $55,206.20. Total of the foregoing expense, $555,393.21. (See table No. 6.)

Of th e 144 cotton oil mills in Georgia, only 100 were operated

in 1922. The amount of capital invested in 1922 was $25,562,-

864.81. There was received at the mills 248,080 tons of cotton

seed and 230,578 tons wer e crushed. 'rhe cost of the seed and

the crushing was $9,223,120.00. The expense of new machinery

and r epairs amounted to $450,732.93. The total of the

fo r egoing expenses amounted to $10,786,012.00. The manu-

fact~red products wer e 9,837,995 gallons crude oil, valued at

*5,902,797.00 ; 115,289 tons cake and cotton seed meal, valued

at $4,611,560.00; 57,644 tons of hull, valued at $864,660.00;

81,008 bales of linters (each 500 lbs. net), valued at' $2,075,-

202.00. The grand total of all these values was $13,454,219.00.

(See table No. 7. )

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A good many cotton oil mills have been converted into p eanut

mills.

Georgia has more fertilizer plants and produces more fertilizer than any other state. Of the number in Georgia, 191, only 125 operated in 1922. The capital invested was $50,684,535.00. 'l'he cost of repairs and new machinery was $504,580.00. The raw materials used in manufacturing were sulphates, pyrites, ground limestone, pulverized phosphate, tankage and cotton seed meal. The cost was $8,884,710.00. The average number of employees was 4,670, and their total pay $2,485,650.00. There was 568,736 tons manufactured1 at a value of $15,924,608.00. (See table No. 8.)

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'l'he brick, tile, sewer piping, ceme'nt, clay and limestone products show a gradual increase for the year 1922. Capital invested $10,820,305.60, the amount paid for new machinery and repairs was $426,914.62; value of raw materials used $2,989,485.62; amount paid in salaries to officials and clerks $438,645.08; amount paid to wage earners $2,Q82,720.00; total of the foregoing expenses $5,937,765.32. (See Table No. 9.)
The Foundry, Iron and Steel, Machine and General Repair shops, including Railroad shops, were reported as follows : Number of plants 186; capital and investment $19,675,461.00; the amount paid for new machinery and repairs was $976,562.00; value of raw materials used $12,545,000.00; amount of raw material used 1,101,678 tons; amount paid to officers and clerks $2,265,789.00; amount paid to wage earners $12,256,384.00; total of the foregoing expenses ~'28,043,735.00. The value of the manufactured products was $31,439,565.11. Number white employees 9,698; colored 3,175; total number of employees 12,873. (See Truble No. 10.)
Marble and Granite Quarries, Marble yards and Building Stone Materials used in construction and paving were as follows: Number of establishments 126; capital and investment $16,902,671.80; amount spent for repairs and new machinery $146,235.00; value of raw materials used $2,315,895.16; amount paid to officers and clerks $953,278.75 ; amount paid to wage
earners $1,986,566.39 r total amount of the foregoing expenses
$5,401,975.30; value of the manufactured products $8,985,456.24. The total number of employees was 4,518 of which 3,514 were white. and 1004 colored. (See Table No. 11.)
The Bottlers and Manufacturers of Soft Drinks were as follows : Number of plants 235, capital and investment $35,967,321.65 ; amount paid for repairs and new machinery $762,375.92; cost of raw materials $7,389,654.75; amount paid to wage earners $3,584,231.64. Total of the foregoing expense $12,714,829.53; value of the manufactured products $26,685.652.72.
The number of employees was 1269 white and 750 negroes. (See Table No. 12. )
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The Manufacturers of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Carts

reports for 1922 show as follows: Number of plants 56; capital and in~estment ~3,267,381.27, amount spent for repairs and new

machinery $22,000.00; cost of raw materials $989,180.00;

salaries of officers and clerks, $240,000.00; amount paid to wage

earners $485,763.28; total of the foregoing eX})enses, $1,736,-

943.28; value of manufactured products, $1,987,643.52. The

number of employees was 840 whites and 401 negroes. (See

Tabl No. 13.)

'

The Electric Power and Light Plants for 1922 showed as

follows: Number of plants 169; capital and investment $105,"

000,000.00; amount paid for new machinery and repairs $2,865-,

000.00; amount paid to officers and clerks $789,000.00; amount

paid to wage earners $8,280,000; number of employees, whites

5,265, colored 6,120. (See Ta:ble No. 14.)

The number of gas plants this year was 17, and the amount

of capital invested $12,987,568.52; spent for repairs and new

machinery $225,000.00; value of raw material $1,250,680.00;

there were 656 white employees and 405 colored, making a

total of 1061 ; amount paid to officers and clerks was $315,000.00;

amount paid to wage earners $750,000.00; total amount of ex-

pense $2,240,680.00; value of manufactured products $4,096,-

525.00. (See Table 15.)

There was 115 ice plants with a capital of $10,962,784.80,

the amount spent for repairs and new machinery was $983,-

019.16; {lOSt of raw materials $1,979,505.55; paid to 'officers and

clerks and wage earners $2,971,803.11; total of the foregoing

expense $4,934,327.82; value of the manufactured products $5,-

965,133.68; there was 760 white employees and 1124 colored,

making a total of 1884 employees. (See Table No. 16.)

Below is a list of the miscellaneous industries which are listed

in Table 17.

Bakeries, confectionaries, candies and ice cream are classed

under one head as follows: capital invested $7,215,687.18;

amount spent for new machinery .and repairs $165,000.00; cost

of materials $5,752,623.82; amount paid to officers and clerks

$378,654.63; amount paid to wage earners $1,021,572.56; total

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amount of the foregoing expense $7,317,851.01; value of the manufactured products $10,031,863.08; Number whites ;employed 1740, number of negroes 295, making a total of 2025.
The ,Barrel, Box, Stave and Crate manufacturers were 98 plants with a capital of $4,406,738.02; amount spent for machinery and repairs $162,654.86; cost of materials $3,021,563.94; amount paid to officers and clerks $232,654.81; amount paid to wage earners $1,724,863.72; total of the foregoing expense $5,151,737.33; value of manufactured products $6,407,999.86; the number of employees was 1240 whites and 1762 colored," making a total of 3002.
The Brooms, Brushes and Mop manufacturers shows as follows : Number of plants 31; capital invested $206,480 ; amount spent f6r new machinery and repairs $4,986.57; Cost of raw materials $130,500.00 ; paid to officers and clerks $21,784.00; amount paid to wage earners $66,786.00; total of the foregoing expense $224,206.57 ; value of manufactured products $451,573.00; Numl?_er of wage earners 80 white and 110 colored, total190.
The canning plants numbered 58, with a capital of $715,560.00 ; cost of repairs and new machinery $100,887.00; value of raw material $497,864.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $70,650.00 ; amount paid to wage earners $450,350.00; total of the foregoing expenses $1,119,751.00; value of manufactured products $1,948,560.00 ; number of employees 1075 whites and 597 colored.
The number of Cigar Manufactories was 58, capital $289,760.00; amount spent for repairs and n ew machinery $1,200.00; cost of materials $501,000.00; paid to officers and clerks, $82,000.00; paid to wage earners $312,650.00; total of the foregoing expense $896,850.00; value of manufactured products $1,225,650; number employees, white 425; negroes 260; total 685.
Flour and grist mills and feed mills, number of plants 202, capital invested $6,765,781.00; cost of new machinery and r epairs $590,786.50 ; cost of raw materials $8,468,246.25; amount paid to officers and clerks $470,650.00 ; paid to wage-
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earners $1,002,476.00; total of the foregoing expense $10,532,158.75; NUIIl'ber of employees whites 1380, negroes 790, total 2170.
Furniture manufactories, including Fixtures, Sash, Doors & Blinds and finished wood 'work; Number of plants 198 ; capital $6,865,385.40; amount spent for repairs. and new machinery $417,653.40; cost of materials $3,940,875.81; amount paid to officers and clerks $424,227.46; amount paid to wage earners $1,989,875.64; total of the foregoing expenses $6,772,632.31; value of manufactured products $9,020,240.00; number of employees 3950, whites 2390, negroes 1560.
Laundries are not classed as manufacturers, but are public utilities. There are 73 plants with a capital of $1,530,486.00; cost of repairs and new machinery $~01,067.30; cost of materials $460,586.00; amount paid to officers and clerks $146,380.60; paid to wage earners $490,650.00; total of the foregoing expense $1,298,683.90; value of work done $2,984,652.00; number of wage earners 1380, whites numbering 425 and negroes 960.
Leather Goods, Tanneries and Saddleries for the year numbered 25 with a capital of $3,625,763.18; spent for repairs and new machinery $85,000.00; cost of materials $2,986,754.00; amount paid to officers and clerks $275,000.00; amount paid to wage earners $692,578.00; total of the foregoing expense $4,039,332.00; value of the manufactured products $4,989,650.00; nurn'ber of employees 1680 of which 900 are whites and 780 negroes.
Miscellaneous manufactories with not enough of a kind to , place them in a separate class. Number of miscellaneous plants 265; capital invested $23,964,540; cost of machinery and repairs $1,640,580; co.st of materials $6,203,480.60; amount paid to officers and clerks $680,590.15; amount paid to wage earners $1,964,786.00; total of the foregoing expense $10,489,436.75; value of the manufactured products $12,987,384.00. The total number of employees was 2545 of which 1650 were white and 985 colored.
The total amount of capital shown was $475,172,699:66 and the value of the manufactured pr.oducts of Georgia for 1922 was $348,747,948.51.
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TABLE No. 1. Classes of Mills

Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1922

.
".J:l

Money Invested in

Cost of Raw

13
z"

Capital

Buildings Raw Material Used and Land and
Equipment

Material

--- -
Manufactured Products

Value of Manufactured
Products

CotMtoinllsa_n_d__S_i_lk__ _

147 $119,018,217 .02 $67 .960,424 . 22

390,036,030 lbs. Cotton and

of

$79,115 ,449.13

306,847,200 yards of cloth of different kinds 151,041,250 pounds of Duck, Toweling, Tick-

$148,417,906.78

12,078,055 lbs. of

ing, Lap Robes, Bed Spreads, Tire and

Yarn.

other fabrics.

Woolen Mills __ __

3$ 1,954 , 160 . 12

$919 , 742.44

1,474,416 .lbs. of Cotton.
717,709 lbs. of Wool. 317,734 lbs. of Yarn. 655,960 lbs. of Waste,
Shoddy, etc.

$985,090.67 9,608,873 yards of Cotton and Woolen Goods, mixed.
1,842,659 lbs. of Cotton and Woolen Gooda, mi%ed .

$1,978,753 .75

.....
0>

Mills that Spin and Knit-- - - -

7$

4, 753,651 . 36 s 3,843,541.60

11,262,188 Cotton.

lbs .

of

Value of Cotton $1,984,281.47

2,798,021 dozens of Hosiery and Knit Goods Value of Hosiery

7,232,626 lbs. of Yarn.

Knit Gooda

5,020 , 280 lbs. of Value of Yarn

and Yarn

Yarn .

$2,865, 761.49

$8,936,268.06

Mills that Knit- -- - - --- -

28

s 8,354,450
$3,319,794 . 49 2,808,319 . 20 Yarn.

lbs.

of

$2,854,585 . 03

2,430 lbs. of Wool.

100,115 lb's. of Silk.

'totaL ___ ___

185 $129,045 ,822 .99 $75,532,027 .46

415,850,689 lbs. of $87,805,167 . 79 Cotton.
720,139 lbs. of Wool 26,426,479 lbs. of
Yarn, Shoddy and Waste .

3,955,740 dozens Hose and Knit Goods. 1,486 dozens Other Goods.

$5,993,778 . 03

316,456,073 Yds. different kinds of Cloth . $ 165,326,706 . 62 152,883,909 Lbs. of Duck, Toweling, Tire,
Bed Spreads, Cotton and Wollen mi%ed Goods. 6,753 ,76J dozens Knit Goods and Hose.

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TABLE NO. 2. T extile Mills in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1922 .

Producing Spindles

Olasses of Mills

Ring

Mule Total

'

-

Ootton and Silk Mills, Spindles and Looms __ Woolen Mills, Spindles and Looms ____ ______ _ Mills that Spin and Knit , Spindles____ _______ Total Spindles and Looms ___________________

2,537 ,527 5,000 46,286
2,588, 813

38 ,350 2,575 ,877

16,826

21,826

11 ,323 . 57 , 609

66,499 2,655,312

,

Twisters (Twister Spindles)
323 , 681 200
5, 064 328, 945

Number of Looms

Broad Narrow Total

22,986 142
23,128

28,901 297
29,198

51 ,887 439
52,326

!::; TABLE NO . 2. Continued. Textile Mills in Georgia for the Year ending December 31 , 1922.

Olasses of Mills

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Other

I Kinds of Machinery

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ro

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~

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~

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Power Used

.......,.

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0 Q)
~

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0 Ul a:l
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INumber of Mills That

,.q

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~

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~

Horse Power

Ootton Mills __ ___ __ ____ _ 9,144 Woolen Mills ____ ______ ___ 30

--- - -38

280 -- ---- --- - -- - -- ---

------

------ --- ---

Mills that Spin and Knit Knitting Mills ________ ___

320
--- -----

---
----

---
----

127 331
--

2,336 3,782
--

280 f;i63
--

414 674
--

-

Totals __ ____ ______ _____ 9 ,494 38 738 6,118 843 1, 088

32 78 85 ------ 7 10

----- - 3 ---- - - ------ 2

__ 2 1 7 ---- -- 5 6

2
-

-

9
-

-

22
-

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--- -

-

12
-

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16

36 88 118 ------ 24 34

57

130,000

2

1,353

5 Electric 3 , 610

16

2,199

80

137 , 163

TABLE No. 3. Textile Mills i n Georgia f or the Year ending December 31st. 1922

Classes of Mills

-' Number of all White Operatives

I All Negro Employees

Males

I Females

All From All

un- 14! to over

der 16 yrs 16

14!

years

years

All From All

un- 14! to Over

der 16 yrs 16

14!

years

years

Total Males

Total Fe-
males

Grand Males Fe-

Total

males

Total of
Negroes employed in Textile Mills

....

Cotton and Silk Mills___ ___ Woolen Mills __________ _____

39 1

. 395 2

00

Mills that Spin and Knit ___ Knitting Mills __ _____ ____, __
Totals __ _____ ___ __ __ ___ __

----- -
- 343

20 24
441

--- -

-

-~

~-

19 ,802 21 429 476 -- ---- 3
1 ,001 - -- - - - 51 621 1 76

21 , 900 22 559

-

---~

-

-- - -

12, 767 229
1 , 545 1,090
15, 631

20 , 236 13 , 217 33 , 453 1,990 633

479

232

711 17 21

1,021 1 ,596 2, 617 114 43

648 1,167 1,815 25 17

'
22 ,384 16, 212 38,596 2,146 714

2, 623 38 157 ' 42
2,860

..

TABLE No. 4. Wages of the Employees and other Expenses of the Textile Mills of Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1922.

Highest Weekly Wages of

Highest Weekly Wages or

Lowest Weekly Wages or

Lowest Weekly Wages or

Importan t Items or Annual Expense

CLASSES OF

Males Ages

Females Ages

Males Ages

Females Ages

Total Am't.

MILLES

or the fore-

going Items

All From All All From All All From All All From

All

under 14t over under 14t over under 14-t over under

14-t

over

14t to 16 16 14t to 16 16 14t to 16 16

14; to 16 16

Yrs Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs

Salaries or Orricers and Clerks

Am't Paid
to Wage Earners

Am't Paid for Repairs
and new Machinery

or Expense

Cotton and Silk

- - - - - - - - - - - - '5

.00

$10.00

$44

.00

s

5

.00

s

5.00

$14.00

-s 3.-00

--
$ 3.00

--
$ 5.00

-s

-----
3.00$ 4.00

s

s 5.00 $ 3, 012 , 690 .49 $20,220,625.54 5,539,445 .13 $28,772,761.16

....
0:0

Mills........ .... ....
- - - - - - - - Woolen Mills.. .. ...... - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mills that Spn
and Knitt. ..........
- - - - - - - - - - - Knitting Mills.........

to $10.00
s 5.50

to $22 .00
$ 8.25

to $70 .00
--
$32.00

sto 9.00

to $18 .00
-s 9.-63
-

to $50.00
--
$24.00
--

-s--5--.-5--0

to $ 6.00
$ 8.25
--

$10.00
--s 6.--88

-

to
-

-

-s s

to
-14.-00
6.88

$ $

s

4.00

s s

6.00 5.00

$20.00 $12.00

$

5.00

-ss 86..-0500

$15.00
--
$12.00

-s 3.-50

-ss 34..-0500

s -s

7 .50
-
6.00

-s

--
3.50

$
s

3.50 s
5 .00$

to 10 .00
6.88$
4.50 s 6.00 s

J
s 76,988.06 495,852 .02 $
s s 412,354 .01 1,515,877 .90 s 210,031 .88 1,326,653 .00$

s 52,936.27 625,776 .35
s 186,4~.00 2, 114,631.91
162,552 .91 S 1,69W,237.79

...

- - - - - - - - - - s s s Total or Expenses......

to to to to to to to to to_ to

to

to

6 .00

$14

.00 $40.00
--

$ 6.00
--

$12.50
--

$25

.00

$ 5.00
--

$

8.00

$14 .00

$ 6.00
---

8 .00
---

$

10 .00

$ 3, 712,064.44 $21,559,008.46 5,941,334.31 $33,212,407.21

Superintendents
$45.00 Carders $12.80

Foremen
$28.00 Exam iners
59.50

Machinists
$24 .60 Dyers $12.25

Electricians

WEEKLY PAY Engineers

$35 .00 Finishers
$9.75

$18.00 Sewers $9 .20 WOOLEN MILLS

Firemen
$10.00 Knitters
- $13.60

Spinners Weavers
$12.18 Loopers $15.00

Boarders $1 2.80

Laborers
s 9 .00

$90.08 Spin and Knit
$62 .50

$36 .35 $27 .50

$24.10

$35 .00

$36.00

$22 .50

$16 .62

$14.50

$9 .00

1NDUSTR!E3 ALLIED T O TEXTILE MILLS.

TABLE No.5. Industries allied to Textile Mills, such as Clothing, including Pants, Overalls, Shirts and Garments

.. for Women and Children: also Awnings, Tents, Mattresses, etc., for the year Ending December 31. 1922 Amount Spent

Number of Capital Number of for Repairs Cost of

Pay of Amount Paid Total of Fore- Value of

Establish-

Sewing and New Material

Officers to Wage going Items Manufactur-

ments

Machines Machinery

Used and Clerks Earners of Expense Products

112 $3,686 ,784.00 1,926

$58, 684 .83 $3 ,989,518.00 $290 ,460 .00 $1,027,754 .00 $5 ,356,416 .83 $7 ,892,654.00

Number of White Employees

Number of Negro Employees

Males
to Q
591

Females 1, 656

Total
'
2 , 247

Males 250

Females 130

Totals 380

The power for running the machinery is in most cases electricity, although some of the work is done by hand.



Males

Females

The highest weekly wages for employees over 16 years of age vary for different establishments as follows ___ ________ ___________________________________ _

$20.00 to $80.00 $12.00 to $32 .00

I

The lowesetstwaebelkislhymweangtessafsofrolelmowpslo_y_ e__e_s__o_v_e_r__1_6__y_e_a_r_s__o_f__a_g__e__va__ry__ f_o__r__d_i_f_f_e_r_e_n_t_

$12 .00 to $30 .00 $ 9.00 to $15.00

The averaegsetawbelieskhlymwenatgseassfoforlleomwpsl_o_y_e__e_s _o_v__e_r_1_6__y_e__ar__s_ o_f__a_g__e_v_ a__r_y__fo__r_ d__i_f_f_e_r_e_n_t_

$17.00 to $35.00 $12 .00 to $22.00

TABLE No. 6.0ompresses in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31. 1922.

Number of Establishments

Oapital

Number of Employees Amount Paid to Officers
Whites Negroes Total and Olerks
-

Amound Paid Paid for Total of Fore-

to Wage

Repairs and

going Ex-

Earners Ne.w Machinery

pense

31

$5,050 , 624.21 276 1,015 1,291 $197 J 601.85

$302 , 585.16 $55,206.20

$555 ,393.21

MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents

Foremen

Engineers

Weighers

1..>..:.)

$160 .00 to $240 .00 $110 .00 to $160.00 $110 .oo to $165 .oo $90.00 to $125 .00

.
Firemen

Ordinary Laborers

$60.00 to $115.00 $35 .00 to $70 .00

TABLE No.7. Cotton Oil Mills in Georgia for the entire Season from August 31, 1921 to July 31, 1922 and Amoun t of Cotton Seed Crushed from August l. 1922 to March 31. 1923

No. of Mills in Operation

Tons of Co)ton Seed Received

Capital .and Investment, not
including Value of Raw Material a n d Amount Paid for Wages

144 Some Mills use
Peanut only.

250,000

$25,562,S64 .S1

Raw Material with Cost of Same and Some Other Items of Expense

Number of Employees

Tons of C. Soetetodn
Crushed

Amt. paid for Cost of Cotton Repairs and Seed Crushed New Machinery

Wages paid to all
Employees

Total of foregoing Ex- Whites Negroes Total
penses -- - - - --

230,57S

$9,223, 120.00 5450, 732 .93

$1,120,160 .00 $10, 7S6,012 .00 930 I,S60 2, 700

Average Number employed in Work-
ng Season
2, 790

Average Number employed in the idle Sea-
son 500

Manufactured Products and their Value

....

Gallons of Crude Oil
fg -
9,83 7,995

Value
ss. oo-z. 797 .oo

Tons of Cake and Cotton Seed Meal
115 , 2S91

Value 54,611,560

I Tons of Hulls 57,644

Value

Bales of Linters(each 500 lbs. net)

Value

5864,660.00

81,008

$2,075,202.00

Grand Total of Values
Sl3 , 451,219 .00

AMOUNTS PAID WEEKLY

Supcr in t.c ndcnts
- --
$35.00 to
$120.00

Foremen
$30.00 to
S90.00

I
---------

Mach i11 ists
$30.00 to
$75 .00

Rlcctrir in.ns
s:JO .oo
to $75.00

En gineers
$25.00 to
$50.00

Firemen
$25.00 to
$40 .00

Ordinary Laborers
$1 1.00 to
SIS .00

Time~ I<er.rcrs
SIS .00 to
$35.00

TABLE No. 8. Fertilizer Factories and Mixing Plants in Georgia for the year Ending D ecember 31. 1922

The Raw Materials Used in Manu-

Nnm.ber of Estab-

factoring are Su8hates, Phos-

lishments in Opera-

Amount Spent for phates, Pyrites, round Lime-

tion During the Capital and Re~irs and New stone, Phosphate Rock and Cot- Cost of Raw

Season

I nvestment

achinery

t<>n Seed Meal. The exact quanti- Material Used

ties of the varied Raw Mater ials

not been given, nor the Value of

191

$50, 684. 535 .00 $504,580 .00

each separately.

$8,884,710.00

Average Number

Tons of

Value of

of Wage

Amount Paid Total of Fore- Manufactured Manufactures

Earners

All Employees going JlJxpenses Products

Proeuct

4,670

$2, 485,650 .00 Sll , 370,360 .00 568,736

$15 , 924,608 .00

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents

Foremen

Eng ineers

Machinists

Electricians

Firemen

Ordinary Laborers

Time-Keepers

$30 .00 t<> $135 .00

$30.00 to $90.00

$18 .00 to $75 .00

$24 .00 to $60 .00

$35 .00 to $60 .00

$18 .00 to $35 .00

$9 .00 to $14 .00

-$12 .00 to $40 .00

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TABLE No.9. Brick, Tile, Sewer Piping, Cement and Clay Products in Georgia for the year ending December 31, 1922.

Number of Establishments

Capital

Value of Raw Materials

Amount Paid to Officers
and Clerks

Number of \Vage Earners

Amount Paid to Wage Earners

Amount Paid for Repairs
and New Machinery

The ch ief Raw

Total of Fore- Value of Man Materials arc

going Ex

ufactured

Clay, Stone_

penses

Products

Sand. Shales

and Cement.

109

$10,820,305.60 $2,989, 485 .62

$438, 645 .08

4, 986

. $2,082,720.00

$426,914 .62 $5,937.765 .32 $6,989 ,784 .62

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superin rendcnts

Foremen

Engineers

Machini sts

Electricians

Firemen

Ordinary Laborers

$27 .50 to $140 .00
K>
~

$20 .00 to $60 .00

$18.00 to $36.00
-

$24 .00 .to $60 .00

$25 .00 to $60 .00

$15 .00 to $25 .00

S9 .60 to Sli .50
---------

TABLE No. 10. Foundry, Machine and General Repair Shops, including Railroad Shops in Georgia for the year

ending December 31. 1922



Number or Establishments

Capital

Number or Employees
Whites Negroes Total
----

Ainount of Raw

Material Used Cost or Raw

(Tons)

Material

-

Amount Paid to orriccrs and Clerks

Amount Spent

ValucorMam

Amount Paid to ror Repairs and Total or Fore- racturcd Pro

Wage Earners New Machinery going Epcnscs

ducts

186 $19,675 , 461 .00 9, 698 3,175 12,873 1,101 ,678

$12,545,000 .00 $2,265,789 .00 $12,256,384.00 $976, 562 .00 $28 .043 . 735 .00 $31,439,565 .11

---

-

-

AMOUNTS PAID IN WEEKLY WAGES.

SuJ>erintendcnts

Foremen

Engineers

Machinist.

Electricians Pattern Makers Metal Workers Firemen

Painters

Pit Men Apprentice

535 .00 to Sl50 .00 $35 .00 to S95 .00 $30 .00 to $95 .00 $30 .00 to $65 .00 $35.00 to $90.00 $30.00 I<> $60.00 $28.00 to $65.00 $15.00 to $40.00 $15.00 to $45.00 $15.00 I<> $30.00 $9.00 to i 18.0C

Kl Cl

I

- --

TABLE No. 11. Marble and Granite Quarries and Marble Yards; also Deposits of the other Building Stone and Min-

erals used in Construction Work, listed in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1922.

-~

~~---

-- - - - - - - - - - - - - -

----- -

-~---

~
Number of
Plan~
126

Number of Employees

Capital

Whitea N

I

-- ~-

$16, 002,671 .80 3,514 1, 004 4, 518

Amount Spent for Repairs and New
Machinery
$146,235 .00

Value of Raw Material

Amount Paid
to Officer and Clerks

$2, 315,895 .16 $953, 278 .75

Amount Paid to Wage Earners

Total of Forego!ng Expenses

Value of Manufactured
Produc~

$1,986 ,566 .39 $5 , 401 ' 975 .30 $8, 985 . 456 .24

Superintendent.

Foremen

Engineers

Macbinia~

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Electricians

Firemen

Drillers

Truckers

Stone Cutters

"""""''"'~ ,,,,..,

$30 .00 to S140 .00 $24 .000 to $50 .00 $18 .00 to $50 .00 $22 .50 to $65 .00 $25.00 to $60.00 $14.00 to $36.00 $16 00 to $40.00 $1 2.00 to $18.00 $15 00 to $60.00 $22.00 to $40. $1 2.00 to $30.00

tO C>
AVERAGE HIGHEST $55 .74

AVERAGE LOWEST $11.75

TABLE No. 12. Bottlers and Ma nufacturers of Soft Drinks in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1922.

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--- -

-----

Number of Pla nts

Capital

Number of Employees Whites Negroes Total

Amount Spent
for Hcpairs and New Machinery

Value of Haw Materia l

Amount Paid to

Off icers and Amount Paid to Total of Fore-

Clerks

Wage Earners going Expenses

Value of Ma n ufa c t u red
Product

- - --

235

$35,967, 32 1.65 1, 269

750

2,0 19

$762, 375 .92

$7,389, 654 .75 $978,567 .22

$3,584,231 .64 $12, 774,829.53 $26, a85, 652 0 72

160 Females employed and included in the above T.able are La dies employed in the offices as Clerks, Stenographers and Bookkeepers.

.1.:.'0.
~

TABLE No. 13. Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Wagons and Materials in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1922.

----------

- - - - - --

Number of Establishments
56

Capital

Number of Employees Whites Negroes Totel

- ---

$3,267,381.27 1 840

401

1,241

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks
$240,000 .oo

Amount Paid to Wage Earners
$485 . 763 .28

Expenses Cost of Raw Material $989,180.00

Amount Paid for Repairs and Total of Fore-
New Machinery going Expenses

Value of Manufactured
Products

$22,000 .00

$1,736,943 .28 $1,987 , 643.52

WEEKLY PAYMENTS

Superintendents Foremen

Engineers

Machinists Assemblymen Firemen Bookkeepers Painters Woodworkers Blacksmiths Polishers

$140.00 $35 .00 to $70 .00 SIB .00 to $35 .00 $20 .00 to $48 .00 $18.00 to $42.00 $12.q<l to $28.00 $30.00 to S50.00 $18.00 to $32.00 $24.00 to $55.00 S18.00 to $36.00 $17.00 to $40.00

1:'0

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-

00

TABLE No. 14. Electric Power & Light Plants in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1922.

Number of Plants .

Cag,Hal and urplus

Number of Employees

I

Whites Negroes

Total

Amount Paid for Repairs and
New Machinery

----- --

Expen8C8

Amount Paid to Amount Paid

Officers and

to Wage

Clerks

Earners

I

Utilit ies

Total of Foregoing Expen8C8

Number of places served by electric cars, includ ing cities, towns, vil-
lages, stations, rural retreats and places or resort.

Number of cities, towns and vii!ages lighted by electricity.

169

$105,000,000.00 5,265 6,120 11 , 385 $2,865,000.00

$789,000.00 $8,280,000.00 $11,934,000 .00

-

50

Several hundred,

the exact num-

her not asccr-

tained.

MONTHLY PAY OF OFFICIALS AND WAGE EARNERS

ctoc

Managers

Superintendents

Foremen

Treasurers

Bookkeepers

Salesmen

Clerks

Stenographers

Engineers

$125.00 to $440.00 $120.00 to $270.00 $110.00 tp $200.00 $120.00 to $240.00 $140.00 to $300.00 $120.00 to $200.00 $80.00 to $170.00 $60.00 to $190.00 $95.00 to $190.00

Machinists

Electricians

Firemen

Conductors

Motormen

Linemen

Substation Men Powerhouse Men Carhouse Men

$.100.00 to $225.00 $100.00 to $225.00 $75.00 to $130.00 $85.00 to $175.00 $95.00 to $150.00 $100.00 to $190.00 $90.00 to $175.00 $90.00 to $140.00 $75.00 to $120.00

TABLE No. 15. Gas Plants in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1922. -

Number of Employees

Ex pen..,.

Number of Plants

Capital

Whiles Negroes Total
- ---

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks

Amount Paid to Wage
Earners

Amount Spent for Repairs and New
Machinery

Cost of Material Used

17

$12,987.568 .52 656

405

1, 061

$315,000.00

$750 ,000.00

$225. 000 .00

$1, 250, 680 .00

Total of Foregoing Expenses
$2,240,680.00

Value of Manufactured
Products
-
$4,096,525.00

M ONTHLY PAY

1Managers

Superintendents

Foremen

Secretary and Trea.surer

Bookkeeper

Salesmen

Stenographers

Clerks

Common Laborers

co $120 .00 to $370 .00 $110 .00 to $250 .00 $105.00 to $220.00 $125.00 to $200.00 $90.00 to $200.00 $100.00 !.\) $150.00 $90.00 to $170.00 $75.00 to $150.00 $26.00 to $75.00

0

-

-

TABLE No. 16. Ice Factories in Georgia for the year Ending December 31 , 1922.

Number of Employees

I

Expenses

Number of Plants
115
-

Capital and Surplus 110, 962, 784 .80

Whites Negroes Total

----

760

I , 12 1,884

Amount Paid to Officers and Clerks
and to Wage Earners

Amount Paid for Repairs and New
Machinery

12,971,803 .11

1983,019 .1ft

Coot of Materials
Used $1,979,505.55

AVERAGE WEEKLY WAGES

~ Superintendents and Foremen Truckers or Drivers and Laborers

131.50

19 .50

Total of Foregoing Expenses

Value of Manufactured
Products

'14,934, 327 .82

15,965,133 .68

TABLE No. 17. Other Manufactures and Utilities in Georgia for the year Ending December 31. 1922

Kind of Establishments.

Number of Establishments

Capital

Cost of Repairs and New Machinery

Cost of Material
Used

Amount Paid to Amount Paid to Total of Fore- Value of

Officers and

Wage Earners . going Expenses Manufactured

Clerks

Products

Bakeries, Confectioneries, Candies and Ice Cream.,- -- --- -- - ------
Barrels, Boxes, Crates, Staves, etc.__ Brooms, Brushes & Mops. __ ._ . ___ _ Canning Plants. . ___ __ __ _______ _ Cigars and Tobacco.. : __ ____ _____
Flour & Grist Mills and Mills making other food StufL __ __._
.,. Furniture, including Sash, Doors, Blinds & Finished woodwork . .. ..
tO
Laundries. __ ----- - ____ ----- _____ Le&athHearrnGeossod_s_,__T_a_n_n_e_r_ie__s_, _S_a_d_d_l_er_y_
Miacellsneous Manufactories with sneoptaernatoeugChlasosfesa.k.in. d__t_o___pl_a_c_e__i_n

226 98 31 58 58 202
198 73
25
265

$7, 21 5,687 .18' 165,000.00' 5, 752,623 .82 '

' (406, 738.02 ' 162,654 .86 $3,021 , 563 .94

$ 206,480.00

''

71~ , 560 .00 289, 760 .00

' 4, 986.57 ' 100, 887 .00 ' 1, 200.00

' 130,650 .00
' 497,864.00 ' 501,000.00

' 6, 765,781 .00 ' 590, 786 .50 $8,468,246.25

' 6 ,865,385.40 $ I, 530, 486 .00

' 417 , 653.40 $ 201,067.30

$3' 940,875 .81 $ 460,586 .00

' $ 3, 625,763.18

85,000 .00 $2,986,754 .00

$23,964 ,540 .00 $1' 640,580 .00 $6,203 ,480.60

378,654.63 ' 1,021,572.56$ 7,317,851.01 ' 10,031,863 .08

232,654 .81

$1,724,863.72 ' 5, 151' 737 .33 ' 6, 407' 999 .86

' ' ' ' 21,784.00
'70,650 .00

66,786.00

224,206.57

' 450,350 .00 $ I , 119,757.00

451,573 .00 $ I, 948,560 .00

'82 ,000 .00 $470,650 .00

' ' 312, 650.00

896,850.00

$1,002 , 476 .00 $10,532, 158.75

'1 ,225,650 .00 $14,865 , 486.00

$424,227.46
.$146,380 .60
$275,000.00

$1,989,875.64 ' 6, 772,632.31 $ 490,650.00 $ 1,298,683.90
$ 692 , 578.00 $ 4,039,332.00

' 9,020,240.00 $ 2, 984,652.00
$ 4, 989,650 .00

$880,590.15 $1 ,964, 786 .00 $10,489.436.75 $12,987 ' 384 .00

TABL E No. 17.- 0ontinued. Other Manufactures and Utilities in Georgia for the year Ending December 31, 1922.

Highest Weekly Wages

I

Lowest Weekly Wages

I

Number or Employees

Kind or Establishments

Whites

I

Nt>groes

I

Males

Females

Males Females

Whi tes

I

Negroes

Males

Females

Males

Females

Whit es

s Bakeries, Confectione;ies, Candies 40 .00 $18 .00

SIB .00 $ 5 .00

and Ice Cream .. . .. .. . . ... . . . .. to

to

to

to

$115 .00 $45 .00

s Barrels. Boxes, Crates, Staves, etc..

-- ---
60 .00

$40 .00 $25 .00

$ 8.00 $20.00

to

C.:>

$160 .00

s - s Brooms, Brushes & Mops.l... . . ..
-

30 .00
- --

-

S! B.00
--

-

-

-$15-.00-

Cann ing Plants . . .... .. ... .. .... . 50 .00 $30 .00

$30.00

s 7 .00
$14 .00

C.:>

s to 60 .00

to S90 .00

s Cigars and Tobacco.. . .. .. .. . ... . . 50 .00 $40.00

s 8.00 s 8.00

s Flour & Gr ist Mills a nd Mills 30.00 maki ng other Food Stuffs.. .. . . to $ 80 .00

$30 .00

114 .00
to $24 .00

$ 9 .00 to
$18 .00

$10 .00 to
$30.00 $14 .00
$20.00 $18 .00
$10 .00 $10.00
to $18 .00

$ 9.00 to
$12.00
s 9.00 s 9.00
$10.00

s 8.00 to $1 2.00 $12.00
$15.00 $14 .00
s 8 .00

$ 5 .00
s to 9 .00
s 4 .00
t7 .00
s 7 .00
$ 8.00

I, 740 1, 240
80 I , 705
425 1,380

Negroes
--

Total

295 I , 762

2,035 3,002

110

190

597

2,30 2

- - --

260

685

790

2, 170

Furniture, including Sash. Doors, Blinds & finished woodwork . . . ..
Laundries ____ __ ___ ___ __ __ ____ ___

$150 .00
s 90.00

$35 .00 $30 .00 I

$24 .00 $30.00

$14 .00

$12 .00 $30 .00

$11 .00 $18.00

$11 .00 $14 .00

$ 7 .00
s 8.00

2,390 425

1, 560 960

3, 950 1, 385

Leather Goods, Tanneries, Saddlery

- -- - - - - - l~ Harness __ ___ __ ___________ ___ $130 .00

$35 .00

$25.00

- ---

Miscellaneous Manufactories with

not enough or a kind to place

them in separate Clas.<<"- ... .. $115 .00 $35.00

$25.00

$18 .00 Sl 2 .00

$1 2.00 $ 12 . 00

s 8.00
$11 .00

s 9.00
$12.00

$ 8 .00 $11 .00

900 1, S60

780

1,680

nss

2. 545 .

List of Manufacturers

BAGGING, BACKBANDS, TIES
Bibb Bag Company, Macon. Callahan J. E. & Co., Winder. Columbus Bagging & Tie Company,
Columbus. Dixie Bag & Metal Company, Savan-
nah. Estes Manufacturing Company, Sa-
v a n n a h. Friedlander, Julius & Compa ny, Inc.,
Columbus. H eaton & Sneft, Tallapoosa. Hutcheson, C. H., Griffin. Langdale, N. N., Milltown. Luskin ~, J . K ., Hoboken. Mente & Company, Savannah. Redwine Bros., Fayetteville. Riverside Mfg. Company, .Augusta. Savannah Bagging Company, Savan-
nah. Smith M. D. & H . L. Tent & Awning
Company, Atlanta. Smith M. D. & H . L. Tent & .Awning
Company, Dalton. Studstill, D. E. & Company, Mill-
town . W-atson, S . M. & Son, Cordele. Woodruff 1anufacturing Company,
Winder.
BAKERIES, CANDY, CRACKERS,
ICE CREAM, CONFECTIONERY
.American Bakeries Company, Macon.
.Americus Bakery, .Am!!ricus.
Americus I ce Cream Company, .Americu s.
Arrowsmith's Baker y, Fort Valley. .Athens Candy Kitchen, .Athens. .Atlanta Baking Company, Atlanta. .Arnold & .Abney, .Athens. .Albany I ce Cream Company, .Albany. -lima Baker y, .Alma. Alexander Candy Company, Savannah. American Bakeries Company, Rome. Arlington R. L. Bakery, Corn elia. Accamossie, John, Candy Shop, Rome.

American Peanut Products Company, Quitman.
A hburn Bakery, Ashbui'n. Bagley X. H ., Newnan. Bake-Rite Baker y, Augusta. Bake-Rite Bakery, Columbus. Bake-Rite Bakery, LaGrange. Bake-Rite Bakery, Savannah. Barker System Bakeries, Macon. Bart, Chas. .A. Bakery, Savannah. Bazano , E., 1illedgeville. Bennett Candy Company, Tifton. Benson's Baker y, Marietta. Bentl ey, Homer , Winder. Blackshear Baker y, Gainesville. Block, Frank E. Company, .Atlanta. Bluestein's Baker y, Brunswick. Bolden's Bakery, Ashbmn. Boston Bakery, Boston. Bozardt Home Bakery, Douglas. Breedlove, S. B., Valdosta. Breedlove, W. L. & Sons, Monroe. Brickle, G. .A., E lberton. Brower Candy Company, .Atlanta. Burke's Bakery, Eatonton. Brooks Candy fanufacturing Com-
pany, .Athens. Baker Supply Compa ny, Columbus. Benson-Smith Company, Gainesville. Blue Ribbon Candy Company, Griffin. Benson's Bakery, Elberton. Briggs, Harry, Candy Company,
Macon. arli sle & Ward, Griffin. Carrollton Baking Company, Carrollton . Cason Candy Company, Macon. Champion Bakery, Moultrie. City Bakery, Cochran. City Bakery, Dahlonega. City Bakery, Fort Valley. City Bakery, Hawkinsville. City Bakery, Homerville. ity Bakery, LaGrange. City Bakery, Milledgeville. City Bakery, Sylvester. Cla ussen's H. H. Sons, .Augusta. Costa, Joseph Company, .Athens. 'raig's Baker y, Columbus.

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Currallee Candy Company, Toccoa. Canton Bakery, Canton. Cookery, The, Savannah. Cobb J. M., Daw on. Carm ichael Ice Cream Company,
J ackson. Calhoun Bakery, Calhoun. Cinciolo's Candy Company, Gaines-
ville. Central Georgia Bakery, Macon. Chamber s Candy Company, Griffin. Cost a Bakery, Bainbridge. City Bakery, Statesboro. Dal ton Bakery, Dalton. Dawson Bakery, Dawson. Derst Bakery, Savannah. Dillon Bro . Candy Company,
Th omas ville. Dixie Ice Cream Company, Macon. Dubliu Bakery, Dublin. Emanuel Pickle Company, Brunswick. Engler, J. W., Alma. European Bakery, Atlanta. E,eridge Bakery, Columbus.
Electric Maid Bakery, Newnan.
Electri c Maid Bakery, Washington. Eat Mo Candy Company, Dawson. Electric Maid Bakery, Bainbridge.
Electri c ~1aid Bakery, Waycross. Electrik Bakery, Rome.
Empire Candy Company, Macon. Faber's , 'team Bakery, Brunswick. Federal Bakery, Atlanta. Feder a l Bakery, Augusta. Federal Bakery, Brunswick. Federal Bakery, Valdosta. Fi her's Chas., Bakery, Millen. Flowers Baking Company, Thomas-
vil le. Folkston Bakery, Folkston. Forest City Ice Cream Company,
SaYannah. Fort Va ll ey Candy Kitchen, Fort
Va ll ey . Flo wer Ice Cream Company, Thomas-
ville.
Garri on-Cook & Morgan Candy Company, Macon.
Garrow's Candy Company, Atlanta. Gary, J. G., Savannah. Gate City Ice Cream Company, At-
lanta. Gees~in Ice C rea m Company, Dub-
1m ..

Georgia Candy Company, Athens. Georgia-Carolina Dairy Products
Company, Augusta. Gill 's Bakery, Dublin. Glynn Ice Cream Company, Brun~-
wick. Griffin Ice Cream Company, Griffin. Griffin Bakery, Griffin. Gottilieb's Bakery, Savannah. Guyton Bakery, Guyton. Hanneman's Bakery, Atlanta. Harrison's Bakery, Bainbridge. Hartwell Steam Bakery, Hartwell.
Helfrich, John E., Savannah. Herme Sanitary Bakery; Savannah. Holman-Doster Company, Griffin.
Hollingsworth Candy Company, Augu ta.
Home Bak ry, Augusta. Home Bakery, Waycross. Horowita, R., Savanmth. Howard, T. H., Bakery, Blackshear. Humphries Bal):ery, Waynesboro. Hale Bros., Athens. Haimes Bakery, Savannah. Harrells Bakery, Hawkinsville. Hubig, Simon, Shop, Atlanta. I saac's Bakery, Cordele. Isaac's Pastry Shop, Thomasville Jesup & Antrim, Atlanta. Kessels Bakery, Augu ta. Kinnett Ice Cream Company, Colum-
bu. Knight's Bak ery, Valdosta.
Knorpp's Bakery, Fitzgerald. Kraft, J., Savannah. Kratzer, George, Bakery, Fitzgerald. King's Bakery, Marietta. Kessel,'s Bakery, Savannah. Laferty's Bakery, Dublin. L~ wi :;, 'I'. S. & Company, Atlanta. Liherty :::iweet s, Albany. Liberty Candy Company, Macon. Longino Bakery, Atlanta. Macris Bakery, Co rdele. Magnolia Candy Company, Atlanta.
Momon Candy Company, Fitzgerald. Marshall Ice Cream Company, Al-
bany.
Metter Bakery, Metter. Mastopoulos, P., Savauuah.
Mau 's Bakery, Atlanta. McCord-Stewart Company, Atlanta. Melts Bakery, Maco n.

35

Merck, B. H., Candy Company,

Gainesville.

Mills-McCormack Candy Company,

Inc., Albany.

Model Bread Company, Americus.

Moore, Geo., Ice Cream Company, At-

lanta.

Moss Bakery, Lincolnton.

Moultrie Bakery, Moultrie.

New South Bakery, Atlanta.

1 ewnan Baking Company, Newnan.

Norris & Company, Atlanta.

Nugent, Thos., Savannah.

Nunnally Company, Atlanta.

Overby, Hugh, Richland.

Odell, M. A., Griffin.

Prather, H. D. D., Athens.

PriceGrace Mfg. Company, Albany.

Purity I ce Cream Company, Rome.

Quitman Bakery, Quitman.

Rawson, C. W., Albany.

Rockmart Sanitary Bakery, Rock-

mart.

Rogers, L. W., Atlanta.

Rome Bakery, Rome.

,

Rossell Candy Company, Augusta.

Rossville Bakery, Rossville.

Royal Bakery, Savannah.

Rucker Bakery, Albany.

Sanitary Steam Baking Company,

Cedartown.

Schaffer's Bakery, Savannah.

Schlessinger, H. L., Atlanta.

Sears Sanitary Bakery, Dublin.

Silverman's Bakery, Atlanta.

Skelton Bros., Bakery, Athens.

Smith, A. B., Homerville.

Sophie Mae Candy Company, At-

lanta.

Southland Candy Company, Colum-

bus.

Stamer's Bakery, Dublin.

Standard Bakery, Cordele.

Stanford Bros., Cartersville.

Stewart, W . L., Valdosta.

Stone, F. 0. Baking Company, At-

lanta.

Stringer Bros., Gainesvill!!.

Sugar Bowl, Albany.

Shulman B. & Company, Blakely.

Smith, T. 0., Edison.

Standard Candy Company, Savannah.

Smith & Walker, Toccoa.

Supreme Bakery, Covington .

Smith Bros., Vidalia.

Sanitary Bakery, Waycross. Stewart Candy Company, Waycross. Taylor, M. B., Bakery, Cartersville. Thomson Bakery, Thomson. Tifton Bakery, Tifton. Tilden, Vannie, Atlanta. Tuno Peanut Butter Company, At-
lanta. Toccoa Bakery, Toccoa. Tos., S. G., Claxton. Veri Best Bakery, Washington. Very's Candy Company, Fitzgerald. Vienna Bakery, Brunswick. Vienna Bakery, Vienna. Washington Candy Kitchen, Augusta. Watson, H. E ., Dahlonega. Waycross I ce Cream Co., Waycr oss. White Blj-kery, Hartwell. Whiteway Bakery, Bainbridge. Whiteway Bakery, Griffin. Wilson & Brooks, Athens. Winchester-Moore, Macon. Wizard System Bakeries, Albany. Vi7ilkie Bakery, Carrollton. Waynesboro Bakery, Wayne~boro. West Candy Kitchen, Cedartown. White Ice Cream Company, Coving-
ton. White Ribbon Candy Company, Grif-
fin. Zakas Baker y, Atlanta.
BOTTLERS AND SOFT DR~
MANUl'ACTURERS

Apl-Cola Company, Savannah.

Ashburn Bottling Works, Ashburn.

Atlanta Bottling Works, Atlanta.

Atlanta Icc & Bottling Company, At-

lanta.



Atlanta Tripure Water Company, At-

lanta.

Anderson, E . C. S., Watkinsville.

Americus Bottling Works, Americus.

Bainbridge Bottling Works, Bain-

bridge.

Baldwoski, G. H., Augusta.

Barron, S. F., Cedartown.

Baxley Bottling Company, Baxley.

Blount & Williams, Senoia.

Bludwine Bottling Company, Athens.

Bludwine Bottling Company, Au-

gusta.

Bludwine Bottling Company, Elber

ton.

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Bludwine Bottling Company, Rome.

Bludwine Bott ling & Syrup Company,

.Athens.

Bowden Springs Company, Lithia

Springs.

Bass, J. M., Eatonton.

,

Chatham Bottling Works, Savannah.

Cedartown Bottling Works, Cedar-

town.

Chero-Cola. Bottling Company, .Al-

bany.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, .Amer-

icus.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, .Athens.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, .At-

lanta.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, .Au-

gusta.

CheroCola Bottling Company, Bain-

bridge.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Blake-

ly.

Chero-Cola Bottling Compa.ny,

Brun swick.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Cairo.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Ca-

milla.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Can-

ton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Car-

rollton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Car-

t e r s v i l l e.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Colum-

bu s.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Cor -

dele.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Cov-

ington.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Cuth

ber t .

hero-Cola Bottling Company,' Dal-

ton.

.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Donal-

onville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Doug -

las.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company Dub-

lin.

-

'

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Eat~n

ton.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, E lber-

ton. Cbero-Cola Bottling C~mpany, Fitz-

gera ld .

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Fors y th .

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Fort V a l l ey.

Cbero-Cola Bottling Company, Gai ne _ville.
Chero-Cola Bo.ttling Company, Griffi n.

Cher o-Cola Bottling Company, Hawk-

in sv ill e.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Hines-

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Chero-Cola Bottling Company, J effersonville.
Chero-Cola Bottling Company, LaGrange.
Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Macon.
Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Madison.
Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Manchester.
Chero-Cola Bottling Company, McRae.
Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Mill edgeville .
Chero-Cola Bottling Company, :villen. Chero-Cola Bottling Company, :\fonti!-
zuma. Chero-Cola Bottling Compa ny, Moul -
trie. Chero-Cola Bottling Company, New-
nan. Chero-Cola. Bottling Company, Rich-
la nd. Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Rome. Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Sa-
va nn a h. Chero-Cola Bottl ing Company, Sparta . Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Spring-
field. hero-Cola Bottling Company, , tates-
bo r o. 'hero-Cola Bottling Company, Still-
more. Uher o-Cola Bottling Company,
S wain suo r o. Chero- Cola Bottling Company, Ryi-

Yania.
Uhero-Cola Bottling Company, Talbotton.

'hero-Cola Bottling Company, Tennill e.
Chero-Coln Bottling Co mpa uy, Thomaston.

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Chwnl-Cola Bott iing Company,

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Cornelia.

Thomasville.

Coca-Cola Bottling W'orks, Cu t hbert.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company,

Coca-Co la Bottling Co ., Dalton.

Thom so n.

Coca-Cola Bottling Work , Da 11son.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Tifton. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Dona ld.

Chero-cola Bottling Company, Toccoa.

sonville.

Chero-Cola Bottling Col!lpany, Val- Coca -Cola Bottling Work s, Dublin.

do ta.

Coca-Cola Bottling Work s, Eastman.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Vi- Coc1~-Col a Bottling Wor ks, E lberton.

d a l i a.

Coca-Cola Bottling Wor k , Fairburn.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Wad- Coca-Co la Bottling Works, Folkston.

ley.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Fitzgerald.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Wash- Coca-Cola Bottling Work , Fort

ington.

Gaine .

Cher p-Cola Bottling Company, Way- Coca-Cola Bottling Work , Fort Val-

cro .

ley.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Way- Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Gai nes ville.

nesboro.

Coca-Cola Bottl ing Co., Greensboro.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, West Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Griffin.

Point.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Hawkins-

Chero-Cola Bottling Company,

v ill e.

Wrightsville.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Helena.

Chero-Cola Bottling ' Company, Pel- Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Hi nesville.

ha m.

Coca-Cola Bottling Wo rks, Jackson.

Chero-Cola Bottling Company, Chip- Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Jesup.

ley.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Kingsland.

Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, LaFayette.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Albany. Coca-Cola Bottling Work , Lincoln-

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Alma.

ton .

Coca-Uola Bottling Works, Americus. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Macon.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Arlington. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Man '

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Athens.

che s t e r.

Coca-Cola Bot tling Works, .Atlanta. Coca-Cola Bottling work s, Mar ietta.

Coca-Cola Bot tling Works, Augusta. Coca-Cola Bottling Wor ks, :Millen.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Bainbridge. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Monroe.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Ball

Coca-<..:ora Bottling Wor ks, Monti cello.

Ground.

Coca -Cola Bottling Works, :Moultrie.

coca-Cola Bottling Works, Baxley. Coca-Cola Bottling "Vorks, Newnan.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Blakely. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Rich la nd.

Coca- ola Bottling Works, Bruns- Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Rome.

wick.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, St. George.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Buena Coca-Cola Bottling Wor ks, Savannah.

Vista.

Coca-Uola Bottling Works, Statesboro.

Coca-Cola Bo ttling Works, Cairo.

Coca-Cola Bottling "Yorks, Swains-

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Carroll-

uoro.

ton.

Coca-Cola Bottling "Vorks, Sylvania.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Carters- Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Sylvester.

ville.

Coca-Cola Bottling Work s, Thomas-

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Cedar-

ton.

town.

Coca-Cola Bottling Vi7orks, Thomas-

Coca-Cola Bott ling Works, Claxton.

v ill e.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Columbus. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Thomson.

Coca-Cola B ottling Works, Conyers. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Tifton.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Commerce. Coca.-Cola Bottling Works, Valdosta.

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Cordele. Coca-Co la Bottling Works, Vida lia.

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Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Villa Rica. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Was~ing
ton. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Waycross. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Waynes-
boro. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, West
Point. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Wrens. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Vienna. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Rochelle. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Milledge-
ville. Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Willa-
coochee. Deep Rock Ginger Ale Company,
Athens. DeLoach Bottling Works, Brunswick. Dix ie Bottling Works, Lavonia. Fitzgerald Bottling Works, Fitz-
gera ld. Franklin Coca-Cola Bottling Works,
Franklin. Forsyth Bottling Works, Forsyth. Green boro Bottling Works, Greens-
bo ro. Hatcher Bottling Works, Waynes-
boro. Hoga nsville Bottling Works, Hogans-
Yille. Homerville Bottling Works, Homer-
v ille.
J ackson & Bedingfield, Winder. Jack onville Bottling Works, Jack-
onville. Lawrenceville Bottling Works, Law-
renceville. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Albany. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Augusta. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Barnes-
ville. Lim e Cola Bottling Works, Cordele.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Elberton. Lime Cola Bottling Works,
Hawkinsville. Lime Cola Bottling Works, LaGrange. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Macon . Lime Cola Bottling Works, Nashville.
Lime Cola Bottling Works, Quitman. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Talbotton. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Waynes-
boro. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Griffin. Lime Cola Bottling Works, Coving-
ton.

Lavonia Bottling Works, La,on ia. Lowe Bottling Works, Jacksomille. Mineral Springs Bottling Company,
Rochelle. May, C. M., Lincolnton. Massey, L. H., Bottling Works, Ro-
chelle. Nehery, W. B. Elberton. Newnan Bottling Company, Newnan. Offerman Bottling Works, Ofierman. Orange-Crush Bottling Works, Au-
gusta. Orange-Cru~h Bottling Work , . At-
lanta. Orange-Crush BottLing Work ~ Sa-
vannah. Orange-Smile Bo,ttling Company, Ma-
con. Orange Squeeze Bottling Works, Adel. Pelhan Bottling Works, P elham. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works, Homer-
vill e. Red Rock Company, Atlanta. Rome Sti-Lo Bottling Works, Rome. Royston Coca-Cola Bottling Company,
HartwelL St. James Be,erage Company, Sa-
vannah. Sandersville Coca-Cola Bottling
Works, Sandersville. Savanna!J Consolidated Bottling Com-
pany, Savannah. Senoia Bottliug Company, Senoia.

Sheehan Bottling Works, Augusta.

Stnith E. S. Company, Tifton.

Statesboro Bottling Company, Sates-

boro.

Stewart Bottling Company, Bruns-

wick .



ti-Lo Bottling Works, LaFayette.

, avann ah Be,era.ge & Ice .Company, sa,annah.
Thomas, W. G., Talbotton. Toccoa Bottling Works, Toccoa. Topaz . Co mpany, Uo lumbus. Thomasville Ice & ~Hg. Co mpany,
Thomasvi lle.

Vienna Bottling Company, Vienna.

Va ldosta Bottling Works, Valdosta.

Whi stle Bottling Works, Macon.

Whi stle Bottling i:Vorks, Rome. "illi ams Bott ling- Works, La ,onia. \Yi nchestcr Bottl in g \\ OJk~, .\la~:on .

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Winder Bottling Works, Winder. Wrightsville Bottling Works,
Wright ville. Williams, J. T., Senoia.

BRICK, TILE, TERRA COTTA, LIME, <CONCRETE, KAOLIN

.American Cement & Paint Company,

Rossville.

American F ireproofing Company,

Milledgeville.

Arnold, Adam, Thomasville.

.American Clay Company, Dry J3ranch.

.Amis, C. M., Newnan.

Albany Lime & Cement Company, Al-

bany.

.

Bowden Brick Company, Bowden.

Berry, W. M., Brick Company. Omaha.

Bainbridge Brick Company, Bain-

bridge.

Berry Geo. 0., Columbus.

Chattooga Lime Company, Summer-

ville.

Cherokee Bri ck Company, Macon.

Clarksville Brick Company, Clarks

ville.

Clary D. T., Lincolnton.

Columbia Kaolin & Aluminum Com-

pany, Gordon.

Columbus Brick & Tile Company,

Columbus.

Chatsworth Brick Company, Chats-

worth.

Cary Fire Clay Products Company,

Sparta.

Central Georgia Mosaic Tile Com-

pany, Macon.

Chauncey, G. W., Valdosta.

Decatur Concrete & Cement Com-

pany, Bainbridge.

Dixie Fireproofing Company, Macon.

Dorsey, W. D., Leo.

Dublin Brick Company, Dublin.

Dunbar Brick Company, Augusta.

Dawes Constru ction Company,

Thomasv'ille.

Edgar Bros. Kaolin Company, Me
Intyre. Electric City Brick Company, Au-
gusta. Empire Talc & Lumber Company,
Chatsworth. Empire Cement & Limestone Com-
pany, Portland.

Etheridge, E. S., Cement Company,
.Jeffer son. Flint River Bri ck Company, Al bany.
Frey, G. B., Fitzgera ld. Fra nklin, J. W., Ma rictta . :E ort Mountain Talc Company, C ha t~
worth . Gaines,ille Lim e ''York ~, Gai ne ville. General Reduction Company, Dry
Branch. Georgia Brick Company, Atlten..
Georgia Brick & Til e Co mpany, Adairsvill e.
Georg ia Brick & Til e ComP.any, Rome.
Georgia Clay Products Compa ny, Athens.
Georg ia Kaolin Compan y, Dry Branch.
Georgia Refactori es Company, Ross
vill!l. Georgia Talc Company, Inc., Chats-
wor t h . Georgia Vitrified Brick & Clay Com
pany, Augusta. Gainey, W. H. & Company, Valdosta. Gold Brick Company, Athens. Hadden, R. L., Stone Mountain. Hag ler Brick Company, Augusta. Hall, J. F., Hazlehurst. Hall , R. L. & W. H., Newnan Hamilton Vault & Ca t Stone Com
pany, Rossville. HarbisonWalker Refr actories Com
pany, Gibson. Hawkins,i llc Bri ck Compan y, Hawk
insville. Hud on, i\I. D., Gai nesv ille. Humphrey, G. W. Bri ck Company,
Buford. Independent Brick Co mpany, Au
gusta. J elks, E. N. & Sons, Macon. Kimball, W. H., Tallapoosa. Koppe & Steinichen, Atlanta. Ladd Lime & Stone Company, Car
tersv ille. Ladson Brick & Tile Company, Moul-
trie. Legg Brick Company, Calhoun. Little River Brick Company, Ficklin. Lime Product s Company, Gainesville. Little River Brick Co mpany, Wash
ington. Ludowici Bri ck Company. Ludowici. :\lacon Sewer Pipe Company, Macon.

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)1ah oney, Dan, :Fitzgerald.

BROOMS, MOPS AND BRUSHES

)1an ley, E. S., Carn esville.

:J<1a e Brick Company, Macon.

Am e ricus Broom Company, Am el'i-

)1cKenzie Brick Company, Augus,ta.

cus.

:McMillan, G. W. Jr., Acworth.

- A. T. Z. Anti ceptic Company,

)fea dors & Company, Leo. Merry Bro ., Augusta.

Ja ckson. Athens Broom Factory, Ath ens.'

Milledgeville Brick Works Com pany, Milledgeville.
Mill en Cement & Tile Company, Mill e n.
Mion Tile Company, Atl anta. Mi ze Brick Company, Toccoa. McDonald Brick Company, Ludo.
wi ci. Moore & Munger, Mcintyre. Merck, Ca rlton M., Gainesville. Nace Brick Company, Moultrie ~elso n , T . W., Mancheste r. Nesbitt, C. P., Roswell. Oconee Brick & Til e Company,
M i l l e d g e v ill e. Oghecc lt ee Bri ck Company, Union
Po in t . Oliv er, J. A., Alpharetta. Om a ha Brick Co mpa ny, Oma ha. Poe Concrete Company, Lawre nce
v ill e. P orter Brick Works, Milledgeville.
Plainville Brick Compa ny, Plainvill e.
Rork m:nt B 1ick & Shal e Co mpa ny, Rockmart.
Romega Brick Compa ny, Rome.

Atlanta Brush Company, Atlanta.

Atlanta Variety Works, Atlanta.

Atlanta Wooden Ware Company,

Atlanta.

Augusta Broom Works, Augusta.

Bowden, W. D., Bmom Compa ny

Griffin.

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Coll ier, W. A., Poulan.

Columbus Broom Works, Col umbus.

Dalton Broom & Mop Factory,

Dalton.

D emorest Broom Factory, Demorest.

Denniso n, J. B ., Fitzgerald.

Fi c k~ tt Mfg. Company, Atlanta.

Harns Broom Mfg. Company, Mc-

Donough .

Hodges Broom W orks , Atlanta.

L ea chman, W. S., Acworth.

0. K. Broom Works, Macon.

Paris Broom Mfg. Co mpany, At-

lanta.

Paulcl , W. H. J r., Ocilla .

Sc hw:ntz Broom Factory, Savanna h.

Sliield Broom Works, Etou.

South Geo 1gia Broom Company,

Orilla.

Sout hern Broom Mannfacturin"

Company, Atlanta.

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Sa va nnah Kaolin Company, Gordon. Southem Brush & B1oom Company,

Small, A. T., Brick Co mpa ny, Ma- Fairburn.

co n.

Sta n Broom Wotks, Augusta .

Southo m States Portlan d Cement So uth enstern B1oom Factory, Sa-

Company, Ro ckm art.

vannah.

Standard Sewer Pipe Works, Rom e. Stevens Bros. & Company, Stevens

Thomas, H. E ., Menlo. Upson Broom Company, Thomaston.

Pottery.

Williams, John, Marietta.

utto n Brick Co mpany, Fo1t Gaines. Woodruff Mfg. Co mpa ny, Wind er.

Stout, Richard C., Dry Branch.

Stol, es, W. A., Albany.

BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS

Taylor, W. A., Baxley. Toccoa Brick Company, T'occoa. Trimble Brick Company, Trimble.
Venice Tile & Brick Company, Cedar. t o w n.
Wl"ight's Concrete Works, Wrightsv ill e.

Anderson, Homer, Dahlonega.

Augusta Wngon Works, Augusta.

Auld, J. F. & Sons, Elberton .

Bagwell Mfg. Company, Gainesville.

Bird, M. H., Sandersvill e.

Blount Caniage & Buggy Company

East Point.

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Winn, J essie M., Cochran.

Brazil Bros., LaGrange.

\Vcston, J. D., Albany.

Bra.dy J;lJos., CrawfordYille.

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Ca rmi cha el Buggy Company, Jackson.
Cheste r, W . B., Ellijay. Col e, M. D., Blue Ridge. Darsey, J. W., Wagon Works, Ma-
con. Dixon, J . C., Americus. E'mph e Buggy Company, Jackson. Flint Riv e1 Wagon Company, Al-
bany.
Franklin Buggy Company, Barnesville.
Golden Eagle Buggy Company, Atlanta.
G1 esiH1m Mfg. Company, Griffin. Griffin Buggy Company, Griffin. Gaines\'ille Gin & Mfg. Company,
Gainesville.
Ha rdwood Mfg. Company, Dublin. Holley Wagon Works, Augusta. Havenkoth, A. H., Valdosta. Karwisch, J. M., Wagon Works, At-
lanta. Keith , N. A., Alpha retta. Klein & Martin Company, Athens. Lowery Wagon Works, Augusta. Maddox & Williams Ca rriage By
Wagon Works, Atlanta.
MeCieskey, :r' A., Alpharetta.
McCommon.Harding Buggy Com pany, Forsyth.
Meek & Abercrombie, Marietta. Middlebrooks, B . W., Company,
Ba mesville. Mille1', A. C. & Company, Atlanta. McNeill, A. W., Wagon Works, Gib-
son. Martin Mfg. Company, Fitzgerald. Newna11 , J. L. & Company, Colum-
bus. Norman Buggy Company, Griffith.
0 'Conner, W. F., Alma. Parsons, Cha rley, Alma. Pritcl1 ett, W. T., Ellijay. Putnam, G. R., Fitzgerald. Pye & Mobley, Sylvania. Redd Bros., Gainesville. Ri ce, S., Da hlon ega. Sanders Wagon Company, Waynes-
boro. Satterwhite, W. F ., Albany. Smith, J. G. & Sons, Barnesville. Smith, Lyndon Company, Washing-
ton. South Georgia Buggy Company,
Valdosta.

Stewart, C .H., Winder. Stroberg, C. F. & Sons, Maco11. Smu~ers Buggy Company, Ba rues-
vllle. white Hicko1y Wagon Mfg. Com-
pany, East Point. '\Vatkins, Wl. W., Marietta. Williams Mfg. Company, Macon. Young, C. W., Waycross.
C~NING PLANTS
Alb a ny Canning Compa ny, ~lbany. Ball Ground Canning Co., Ball
Ground. Baldwin Canning Company, Mil-
ledgeville. Benson, I . W., Buena Vista. Blue Ridge Canning Company,
Blairsville. Bowden Pickling & Brining Company, Bowden. Bowen, J. E., Alpharetta. Bmnswick Canning Company, Bruns-
wick. Bmns Syrup Company, Macon. Burroughs, J. W., Ca iro. Bulla rd, S. I., Alamo. Chattahoo chee Canning Co mpany,
Fort Gaines. Conti nental P acking Company, Ma-
co n. Cedar Point Canning Company,
Crescent. Collins, J. H., Cairo. Effingham Canning Co mpa ny,
Springfield. Evans Canning Company, Fort Val-
ley . Farm Products Company, Americus. Georgia Cann ers, Inc., St. Marys. Georgia Ca nn ers, Inc., Darien. Gly nn Canning Compa ny, Brunswick. Griffin Canning Company, Griffin.
Gray, Y. S. B. & Son, Griffin. House r, W. L., Fort Valley. Harris, H. A., Knoxville. Johnso n, T. E. Canning Plaut,
Hartwell. Lowden, Geo. W., Savannah. Macon Canning C1>mpany, Macon. Martin, A. L ., Coleman. Massa, E. A., Atlanta. Mayfield, J . E ., Alpharetta. Meridian Canning Company, Meri-
dian.

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~1tRac, ~irs. M. E ., Mt. Vernon.

Oa k Dale Canning Company, Fort

Valley.

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Oeea n City Packing Company,

Brunswick.

Perry, John, Burtsboro.

P itts, J . D., Home Canning, Menlo.

Pomona Products Company, Griffith.

Prospect . Cannery, Norwood.

Pelham Canning Company, Pelham .

Quinn, A. G., Cleveland.

Robinson, W. H., Cairo.

Roddenbery, W. B., Cairo.

Rucker, S. N., Alpharetta.

outhwest Georgia Canning Com-

pany, Fort Gaines.

Sylvester Packing Company, Sylves-

t el'.

Sea Island Canning, Sapelo.

Telfair Cooperative Company, Mc-

R.ae.

Thompson, H. V., Ailey.

Valrlosta Ca nning CompRuy, Val-

dost~t.

Varu & Platt, Marshallville.

Ward, G. M., Elberton.

Wnshington County- Canni ng Co m-

pnny, Sandersville.

'Vnyeross Cannery, Waycross.

1Vhite, C. E., Ca nn ery, Moultrie.

Wood bmy Canning Company, Wood-

bury.

Walker, C. F., Ca il-o .

Waycro ss Packing Company, Way-

cross .

CIGARS AND CIGARETTES

A. & H. Cigar Company, Atlanta. Alderman, Joseph, Cigar Mfg. Com-
pany, Valdosta. Alonza Bros., Brunswick . Ann Star Cigar Company, Albany. Anderson, J. F., Ciga r Mfg. Com! any, Gainesville. Bainbridge Cigar Factory, Bain-
bridge. Bales Cigar Company, Fitzgerald. Blakely C:igar Company, Blakely. Brunswick C:igar Factory, Bmns-
wick. Bryan Cigar Company, Valdosta. Bryant, W. E., Valdosta. Brooks McLane Mfg. Company,
Bowersville. C. & R. Cigar Company, Atlanta.

Cha ndl er Ciga r Company, Albany. Cowart Cigar Company, Macon. Cox Cigar Company, Marietta. Ceda ra Cigar Compa ny, Albany. Cone, R. R., LaGrange. Dublin Cigar Company, Dublin. E'dwn.rd Cigar Company, Bainbridge. Edwards Smoke House, Augusta. Everette, W. H., Savannah . Fnulkenberry, D. A., 1.1oultrie. Fuller, J. D., Cigar Company, La.
Grange. Ga inesvill e Cigar Company, Gai nes-
ville. Gc n igar Company, Mariett:<. Harrell Cigar Company, Griffin. Haselgrove Cigar Company, Homer-
ville. Hawkins Tobacco Compan y, Rome. Tdeal Cigar Co mpany, Valdosta. Johnson Cigar Company, Fitzgerald. Kirk, C. C. Mrs., Franklin. Kennesaw Cigar Factory, Marietta. LcMardi Cigar Company, Homeland. L a Marcellier Cigar Company, \\ ay.
Cross. Latham, W. J ., Brunswick. Marietta Cigar Factory, Marietta. Marshall Cigar Company, Rome. McKibben & Sons, Griffin. McLain, B. D., Bowersville. Meyers L ee Roy Company, Savan-
nah. Morton Kirk, Franklin. Moultrie Cigm Company, Moultrie. O'Halleran & Bishop, Columbus. Posada Cigar Company, Columbus. Prim, J. M., Brunswick. Pittman Ciga1 Compa ny, waycross. Quitman Cigar Company, Quitman. R.eese Cigar Company, Newnan. .Sims Cigar Company, Bai ilbridge.
ognier, Joseph, Savannah. Smith & Irby, Macon. Surles Cigar Company, Bainbridge. Swint-Davis Company, Atlanta.
Tinsley & Fretwell, Cedartown.
U. M. C. Cigar Company, Va ughn.
W:nters Cigar Company, Rome.
White, J. E., Ciga1 Company, Douglas.
COFFINS AND CASKETS
Atlanta Casket Company, Atlanta.

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Bullochville Cask et Company, Bullochville.
Claxton Coffin and Cask et Company, Claxton.
Gate Ci ty Coffin Company, Atlanta. Holsomback, M. M., Union City. Junction City Mfg. Co., Junction
City. Juniper Casket Company, Juniper. Ma ddox, H. G., Buford. Me att Coffin and Casket Co.,
Vida lia.. Moultrie Cabinet Works, Moultrie. Savannah Vault Company, Savan.
nah. South Atla nt ic Cask et Company,
Savannah. Waycross Cask et Co mpa ny, Way
Cross.
COMPRESSES
Allied Compress Co ., Augusta. Americus Compress Co., Americus. Augusta 'Wmehouse & Compress Co.,
Augusta. Cordele Compress Co., Cordele. Dawson Compress and Storage Co.,
Dawson. Eastman Compress Co., Eastma n. 'Elberton Cotton & Compress Co.,
Elberton. Fitzgerald Cotton & Compress Co .,
Fitzge1ald. Georgia W ar ehous e & Compress Co.,
Dublin. Glynn Compress Company, Bruns
wick. Hawkins ville Cotton Compress Co.,
Hawkinsville. Montezuma Compress Co., Monte.
zum a.
Moul trie Co mpress Co., Moultrie. Mutual Wa 1ehouse & Compress Co.,
Savannah. Richl and Compress Co., Richland. Rome Cotton Compress Co., Rome. Savannah Warehouse & Compress
Co., Savannah. Shippers Bonded Warehouse Co.,
Macon. Shippers Compress Co., Albany. Shippers Compress Co., Athens. Shippers Compress Co., Atlanta. Shippers Compress Co., Augusta. Shippers Compress Co., Columbus. Shippers Compress Co., Macon.

Shippe rs Compress Co., Millen. Shippers Compress Co., Savannah . Shippers Co mpr ess Co., Thomasv ille. Shippers Compress Co., Toccoa. Tifto n Co mpress Co., Tif to n. Uniou Comp ress Co., Augusta. Vidalia Compress & Power Co .,
Vidalia.
CRATES, BOXES, BARRELS,
STAVES Ackerman & Hobbs, Springfield. Almond, D. W., Valdosta. American Box & Fil e Co., At lanta. Armu chee Coopel'3ge Co., Armuchee. As hbum Lumber Co., Ashburn. Atlanta Box Factory, Atlanta. Atla nta Paper Co., Atlanta. Atlan ta Cooperage Co., Atlanta. Buchanan Manufacturing Co ., Buch
anan. Boyles Bros., G.W., Springfield. Canon Company, Cairo. Canon Company, Quitman. Carter, C. W., Adel. Cochran Lumber Company, Cochran. Colquitt Co unty Cooperage Co.,
Moultrie. Corrugated Paper Products Co. Inc.,
Atlanta. Cady Stave Mill, A. A., Waycross. Craven, E . B., Cleveland. Dasher, J . J., Pembroke. Davidson & Son, R. M., Springfield. Davis & Katemik, Milledgeville. Downing Company, Th e, B runswick Dublin Hardwood Stave Co . Inc.,
Dublin. Demorest ovelty Works, Demorest. Elberta Crate Co., Bainbridge. Empire Printing & Box Co., Atlanta. Etowah Cooperage Co ., Rome. Flynn-Harris-Bull a1d Co., Bain -
bridge. Fort Val ley Crn.te & Lumber Co.,
Fort Valley. Frazie1 & Hunter, B a inbridge. Forsyth Coal & Lumber Company,
Forsyth. Gainesville Fixtme Company,
Gainesvill e. Georgia Box & Mfg. Co., Rome. Georgia Crate & Basket Co.,
Ft. Valley. Georgia Cra t e & Bask et Co.,
Thomasville.

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Georgia Stave .Co., Valdosta.

Geo rgi.'t Veneer & Package Co.,

Brunswick.

,

Globe Barrel & Machine Co., Sa-

vannah.

Gresham Ma nufacturing Co., Grif-

fi n.

Gri ef B1os. Coopera ge Co ., Savanna h.

Griffin Lumber Company, Griffin.

Griffin Box Facto1y, Griffin.

Geo rgia Cushion & Wrapper Co.,

Woo dl a nd.

Hightower Box & Ta nk Co., Atlanta.

House & Son, J . W., Douglasville.

Ha rtl ey, S. L ., Blakely.

Holliday, A., Brunswick.

Howell, L. F., Va ldosta .

Hooks, V. B., Forsy th.

J efferies M cElr eath Mfg. Co., Ma-

con.

.

J es up H eading & Stave F actory,

J esup.

J erold, C. A., Springfield.

K enimer Bros., A. F ., &, L eaf.

Kirkla nd, B. H., Covena.

Kuster Manufact~ring Co., Cedai-

town.

Kingsborough Hea d Mill, Hamilton.

LaFayette Box Co., LaFayette.

Laing, J. A., Ludowici.

Maco n Cooperage Company, Macon.

Macon Crate & Basket Company,

Macon.

Marshall Company, W . J ., Macon.

Massa H eading Company, Cochran.

McRainey, Mrs. A. H., Elmodel.

Menlo Fruit Package Company,

Menlo.

Mars hallville Mfg. Company, Mar-

shallville.

Maco n Box & Lumber Co., Macon.

Maco n Cooperage Co., Lumber City.

Madison Variety Works, Madison.

Oak City Cooperage Co., Bainbridge.

Ogecchee Valley Stave & Hea ding

Co ., Rocky F01d.

Smith , G. C., Mt. Vernon. P~ragon Box Company, Atlanta .

P1e1pont Manufacturing Company,

Savanna h.

Quitman Cooperage Company, Quit-

man.

Rea, J . H . B., L aF ayette.

Reese, John, Ray.

Reiuschmidt Stave Company, Quit-

ma n.

Reynold Bros. Lumber CA>mpany,

Albany.

Roberts Brot hers, Americus.

Rome Box Ma nufacturing Co., Rom e.

Rydis, L. R., Alamo.

Southern Box & Lumber Co mpany,

Savannah.

Southern Box Mfg. Co mpa ny, Rome.

South ern H eading & Mfg. Company

Valdosta.

Southern Produce & Packa g e Com-

pany, Cuthbert.

Statesboro Novelty Works, States-

boro.



Strathen Lumber Company, Wash-

ington.

Southern Cigar Box Company,

Brunswick.

Smith & Compa ny, H ., Atla nta:

Turnipseed, J. C., Griffin.

Union Box Mfg. Company, Atla nta .

Universal Box & Label Company,

Atlanta.

Valdosta Cooperage Compa ny, Val-

dosta .

Valdosta Crate Compa ny, Valdosta.

Virginia Stave Mill , Stillwell.

W ells, D. G., Ludowici.

Williams, W. W., Cataula.

Williams, W. W., Hamilton.

FERTILIZER PLANTS

Acree, T. A., Camilla. Acworth F ertilizer Compan y, Ac. worth. Agnew, 0 . L ., Canon. Albany Phosph ate Company, Al-
bany. Albany W:nre house Com pa ny, Al-
b any. Allison, T. F. and T. E., Lavonia. Am e1ican Agr-icultural Chemi cal Co .,
Americus. American Agricultural Chemical Co.,
Savanna h. American F ertilizer Company, Sa-
vannah:
Anderson & Belcher, Starrsville. Armour F ertilizer Works, Atlanta. Armour F ertilizer Works, Augusta. Armour F ertilizer Works, Columbus. Atl a ntic Fertz. & Phosphate Co.,
Sayannah.
Armour & Company, Fertz. Works, Zenith.

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Bartow Fertilizer & Feed Company, Cartersville.
Benson, J . W., Jenkinsburg. Blacksh ear Manufacturing Co.,
Blacks heal'. Bowen & Ray, Bowman.
Bradley Company, W. C., Columbus. Braselton Bros., Braselton. Brown Guano Company, Albany. Broxton Fertilizer Company, Brox-
ton. Ben Hill Company, Fitzgerald. Baker Chemical Company, Savan-
nah.
Baldwin County Fertilizer Company, Milledgeville.
Canton Fertilizer Company, Canton. Carmicheal Guano Company, Jack-
son. Catoosa County Fertilizer Co., Ring-
gold. Central Georgia F ertilizer Co ., Mill
edge ville. Cha mb ers Grocery Company, Chip-
ley. Chattahoochee Fertilizer Company,
Tifton. Chatham Cl1 emical Compa ny, Sa-
vannah. Chaun cey W a rehous e & Mfg. Com
pany, Chauncey.
Cherokee Fertilize1 Company, Macon.
Cobb County Chern. & Mining Company, Vinings.
Comer Mercantile Company, Comer.
Comer CompaJ;J.y, E. J., Millhaven. Commerce F ertiHzer Company,
Commerce. Cotton States F ertilizer Company,
Macon. Co uncil Fertz. Works, L. G., Ameri-
cus. Cowan Brothers , Porterdale. Crawfordville Gin & Fertz. Co.,
Crawfordville. Culloden Gin & Fertilizer Co., Cullo-
den. Cumberland F ertilizer Company,
Cartersville. Cumming Fertilizer Company, Cum-
ming. Cullens F ertilizer Co., W. F., Ca-
milla. Cl1atham Chemical Company, Sa.
vannah.

Davis Warehouse Company, bus.
Douglas Oil & Fertilizer Co mpany, Douglas.
Dixie Guano Company, Monticello. Elberton Guano Co., Elberton. Ellaville Guano Compa ny, Ellaville.
Read Phosphate Company, Cordele. Empire States Chemical Co mpany,
Athens. Ennis, J. H., Milledgeville. EzellGriffin Company, Eatonton. Evans Milling & F ertilizer Co.,
Claxton. Farmers -Fertilizer Company, Miian. Farme1s Union Wa r ehous e Com-
pany, conyers. Farmers U!u!ion Warehouse Oo.,
Monticello. Flovilla Gin Company, Flovilla. Fowler Bros. Com pany, Inc., Cov-
ington. Furman Fertilizer Works, Atlanta. Georgia Chemical Works, Augusta. -Georgia Fert ilizer & Oil Company,
Valdosta. Georgia Manufactul'ing Company,
Camilla. Gossett & Son, A. F., Griffin. Griffin Brot11 ers, Washington. Georgia Guano Compa ny, Gaines
ville.
Georgia B elle Guano Company, Newnan.
Hampton Guano Company, Hamp-
ton. Henry County Supply Company,
McDonough . Hightower Mercl1antile Co mpany,
Hogansvill e. Hogansvill e Guano Co mpa ny, Ho
gansville.

Home Mixture Guano Buena Vista.
Home Mixture Guano Bulloch ville.
Home Mixture Gu ano Chipley.

Compa ny, Company, Company,

Home Mixture Guano Company, Columbus.

Home Mixture Guano Company, ReyllOlds. ,
Home Mixture Gu ano Co., Shelman.

Home Mixture Guano Company, West Point.

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Home-Andrews Co mmission Company, Milledgeville.
Hughley-McCulloch, West Point. Home Fertilizer Company, Douglas-

ville, R ea rd Brothers, Vienna. Improved Dodge Guano Co., East-
man. In temational Agricultmal Co rp.,
Americus.

Intemational Agricultural Corp., Athens.
International Agricultural Corp., Augusta.
International Agricultural Corp., Vidalia.
Iuterna tiona! Agricultural Corp., Dublin.
International Agricultural Corp., East Point.

International Agricultuml Corp., Tifton.
International Agr.icultural Corp., Cartersville.
I nternationa l Chemical Fertz. Company, Brunswick.
J ackson Supply Co mpa ny, Baconton. J elks & Son, W. A., Hawkinsville.

J ones Merchantile Company, Canton.

Kellam & Bush, Dublin. Kri es Process 'Company, Brunswick. K elly Sons, J . C., Mitchell.

LaFayette Fertz. Company, LaFay-

ette.

Lawrenceville Fertz. Company, Law-

renceville.

Louisville F ertz. & Gin Compa ny,

Louisville.



Lu mpkin Home Mixture Guano Co., Lumpkin.
Madden & Son, J. F., Concord. Madison F ertilizer Co., Ma dison.

Mall et & Nut- Watkins & Settle, Jackson.

Mandeville Mills, Carollton. Manning, F . R., Alpharetta.

Maysville Guano Company, Maysv ille.
McClure-Taylor Company, Duluth.

McKnight Broth ers, Senoia . , McPaul-Estate of-J. G., Doerun.

Middleton Union Warehous e Co., Middleton.
Millen Fertilizer Company, Mill en.

Miller Fertilizer Co mpa ny, H . C.,

Lulu.

Montezuma Fertilizer Company,

Montez uma.

Morris Fertilizer Co mpa ny, Atlanta.

Moultrie F ertilizer & Manufactur-

ing Co., Moultrie.

Mutual l"ertilizer Company, Savan-

na h.

Manget Broth ers, Newna n.

Neely & Co mpany, R. C., Midville.

North Georgia Cotton Company,

Royston.

Ober a nd Sons, G., Savannah.

Ogeechee l"ertilizer Company, May-

field.

Parker, P. N., Gainesville.

Butler F ertilizer Company, Butler.

Pelham Fertilizer Company, Pelham.

Pelham Phosphate Company, Pel-

ha m.

Putnam Fertilizer Wo1ks, Eatonton.

Putney Fertilizer Company, P utney.

Pla nters l"ertz. & Live Stock Co .,

Buena Vista.

Planters Supply Co mpa ny, Gough.

Planters Warehouse & Loan Co.,

F i t z ge r al d .



Porter Fertilizer Company, Atlanta.

Port!(r Fertilizer Company, Elber-

ton.

Prairi e P ebble & P hosphate Co.,

Savannah.

Phosphate Mining Company, Savan-

na h.

Rea':d Phosphate Compa ny, Cordele.

Redwine Brothers, l"ayetteville.

R eeves, T. J., Thomaston .

R elia nce l"ertilizer Co., Savannah.

Richl and Home Mixture Guano Co .,

Richla nd. -

Rome Fertilizer Company, Rome.

Rowe & Compa ny, \ V. A., Comer.

Royster Gunno Company, 1". S., Ma-

co n.

Savannah Chemical Compa ny, Sa -

vannah.

Savannah Guano Company, Savan-

na h.

Seacoast Fertilizer Compa ny Au-

gusta .

St>acoast F er tilizer Company, Savan.

n a h.

Sho re, W. A., Ba ldwin.

Soperton l"ertilizer Co mpa ny, Soper-

ton.

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South Atlantic Fertz. Co., Augusta.

Southern Fertilizer & Chern. Co.,

Savannah.

South ern States Phos. & Feit. Co.,

A u g u s ta.

Southern States Phos. & Fert. Co.,

Savannah.

Standm:d F ertilizer Company,

Meigs.

wai nsbo ro F ertilizer C'ompany

Swa insboro.

'

Swift & Co mpany F ert. Works, AI

bany.

Swift & Company Fert. Works,

Atlanta.

Swift & Company Fe1t. Works, La-

Grn.nge.

Swift & Compa ny F ert. Works,

Moultrie.

Swift & Company F ert. Works, Sa-

vannah.

Swift & Co mpany F ert. Wo rks,

To ccoa.

Tabor & Sons, T. 0., Elberton.

Tattna l F ertilizer Works, Hagan.

T enn essee Chemical Company, Al-

b any.

Tenn essee Chemi cal Company;

Ame ri cus .

_

Tennessee Chemical Company, At-

lanta .

Thomasville Fertilizer Company,

Thomasville.

'l'ifton Guano Company, Tifton.

Tyrone Manufacturing Company,

Washington.

.

Thomas Manufacturing Co., Ma di-

son.

Valdosta Gua no F actory, Valdosta.

Vidalia Chemical Company, Vidalia.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com-

pany. Albany.

Virginia-Carolina Chemica l Com-

pany, Americus.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com-

pany, Athens.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com-

pany, Atlanta.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com-

pa ny, Columbus.

Virginia -Carolina Chemical Com -

pn.ny, Macon.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com-

Jiany, Newnan.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co m-

pa11y, Rome.

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co m. pany, Savannah.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com. pany, Social Circle.
Walker County F er t illizer Company, LaFayette.
Wanen Co unty F ertilizer Co mpany, Warrenton.
W hi te Plains Ginning & Fertz. Co., White Plains.
Zebulon Gin & Fertz. Company, Zebulon.

FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS

"And~rson, P. H ., Danburg.

Arnold Roller Mill, Maxeys.

Ashburn Roller Mills, Ashburn.

Askew Company, W. S., Newnan.

Atlanta Milling Compa ny, Atlanta.

Bake-a-Cake Ma nufa cturing Co m-

pany, Macon.

B alkco m, J . C. & W. H., Blak ely.

Banner Grist Mill, Carrollton.

Barfield Feed Mills, Macon.

Barrett, Denton & L y nn Company,

Dalton.

Beave1 Creek Milling Co mpany,

G r ee n s b o r o .

B embry, J. W1., H awkinsvill e.

B en Hill Co mpany, The, Fitzgerald.

Bennett's Mill, F ayetteville.

B es t, J. B., Fort Gaines.

Bonner Milling Company, Carroll-

ton.

Bowden F eed Mills, Bowden.

Brown Milling Company, Americus.

Brown 's Grist Mill, Fitzgerald.

Buena Vista Milling Compa ny

Buena Vista.

'

Burch and Son, W. H., Thomasville.

Bmpee 's Grist Mill, N ewnan.

Byrd Milling Compa ny, S. C., Cor-

del e.

Bartee Broth ers, Cordele.

Bailey Flour & Grist Mill, Athens.

Bennett, P. T., To ccoa.

Bowersville Milling Compa ny, Bow-

ersvill e.

Busby Bros., Cedartown.

Blackshear Milling Company, Bla ckshear.
Bishop G1ist Mill , Bishop.
Barrett, G. B., L eaf. Bell, 0. C., Cleveland. Cardrays Mill, Morgan.

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Ca rr & Sons, W. P., Gaillard.

arsta phen Milling Company, Dames

F erry.

Centennial Mills Company, Savan.

nah.

Ce nt ra I Grocery Company, Tifton.

Chn tsworth Milling Company,

Ch a t s w o r t h .

Ro ll er Mills, Bowers ville.

City Flour & Grist Mill, LaGrange.

ity Mills Compa ny, Columbus.

Clnrk e Milling Company, Flour &

Grist Mill, Augusta.

Cleveland, W. L ., LaGrange.

Co mer Grist Mills, Comer.

ommerce Milling Company, Com-

m er ce .

-

Co nye rs Roll er & Grist Mill, Con-

ye rs.

Co tto n, R. L., LaGra nge.

Cntbappl e Milling Company, Alphar-

etta.

Co ntinental Milling Company, Inc.,

Savanna h.



Ca lho un Roll er Mills, Calhoun.

nlho un Corn Mills, Calhoun.

Cnl houn Water Mill, Calhoun.

Clough & Sons, H a zelhurst.

Dallas Milling Company, Dallas.

Dnv is Eleva tor Co mpa ny, Bain

bridge.

Davis, J . H., Kathleen.

DeLay, A. J., Moultrie.

Dennis Bridges Milling Company,

Dawson.

Di xie Milling Co mpany, LaFayette.

Do uglasvill e Roll er Mills, Dougla s-

ville.

Den ring Roll er Mills, H earing.

Empire Mills Compa ny, Columbus.

Et heridge Roll et: Mill, Milner.

E chYards Mill, Griffin.

El lis Grist Mill , W. A., H azelhurst.

Ellod, D. N., Hartwell.

Eurek a R<~ ll er Mills, Kingston.

Fnrmers Milling Company, Monti-

ce ll o.

F inch Milling Compa ny, Dallas.

Fowler Flour Mill, Jam es, Soperton.

F 1a nklin, H . M., Tennille.

T<'ullington , F. W., Pinehurst.

Farmers Coopera tiv e El ev ator, Dub-

lin.

Gn in es & Co. , Jno. B., H artwell.

Gn inesville Roll er Mills Company,

Gainesvill e.

Galloway & Hopper Mfg. Company, Cornelia.
Georgia Milling Company, Fort Valley.
Gilstrap Mills, Milledgeville. Glenn Falls Milling Co., Cleveland. Grantland Company, Griffin.
Green Bros. Grist Mill, Barnesville Green & Sons, E. W., Fairburn. Griffin Grist Mills, Griffin. Hamilton & Sumner, Covington. Hamilton & Tumis, Covington. Hampton Milling Company, Hamp-
ton.
Handl ey & Sons, R. V., Fitzgerald. H a rris' Milling Company, Commerce.
H a rtw ell Roll er Mills, H a rtwell. Hinton Bro t hers, McDonough. Holley Broth ers, LaGra nge. Housm Com and W'heat Mill, Fott
Va lley. Houser Brothers, Dawsonville. Hudson Mill, Lizella.
H a mmond Broth ers, Trion. Harrison Grist Mill,Rob ert, H a zel -
hurst. J ackson Grist Mill, J efferson. Jackson, J. M., Franklin. Jackson Milling & Feed Co., Ja ck.
son. Johnson, J . L., Sy lvester. Jones' Mill, Woodbury. Juliette Milling Compa ny, Juliette. . Jones, M . F., Mett er. K elley, R. R., Hoboken. Kemp Brothers, Acworth. Knox Milling Company, Thomson. Kinington, L . B., Cochran. LaFayette Roller Mills, LaFayette. Lee, Gordon Milling Company,
Chicarnanga. L eQuinn & Grant, McDonough . Lexington Milling Compa ny, L ex
ingtou. Littl e Riv et Mills, Canton. Lawson, J. D., Talbotton. Loyd Roller Mills, Covington. L ee Milling Company Thomaston . Mallet & Ball, Jackson. Martin's Mill, Barnesville. Mayfi eld , W. J., Monroe. McElroy Milling Company, Law-
ren cevill e. McDonald Brothers, Eatonton. McMath Milling Company, Ameri-
cus

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Meeks, W. H., Blackshear. Meye rs Milling Compa ny, B arnes-
ville. Milledgeville Milling Co mpany,
Milledgeville. Milner, J essie, Cleola . Mod el Meal Mills, Athens. Modern Flour Mills, Macon. Mo n te Shaw Mill, Ma rietta. Monticello Ice a nd Milling Com
pany, Monticello. Mo ul trie F lour Mill, Moultrie. Muse Milling Company, Adairsville. Mutual Milling Company, Tifton. McArdle, C. L., Juniper. South Georgia Milling Company,
Vn.ldosta . a tionaI Milling Company , Macon. Omaha .Milling Company, Oma ha . Pa1ks, W . W., Auburn. P erkinson, J. D., Austell. P helps F lom Mill, D. A., Poulan. Powell Milling Company, I. M.,
Cor d el e. Planters Gin & Milling Co., Albany. Pope, Mills, J. T., Dublin. Potts and McBride, Newnan. Poulan Flour Mills, Poulan. Purity Feed Mills, Fort V alley. Palmer, J . A., U!eveland. Park & Hamilton, Crawfo rdville. P ennington Grist Mill, J. D., H a .
zelhu rst. R:mni e Grist Mill , J . C., Ellaville. Ray & Johnson, Keasl ey. R.ichard so n Milling Company, 0. N.,
Rome. Rogers, H. B., Covington. Roswell Flour Mill, Roswell. Ru ck e1, Nap, Roswell. Russell Brothers, Tyrone. Ro ckdal e Milling Company, Conyers. Reeves Milling Company, F airburn. Rowlm1d , J . H. , Wrightsville: Scbummacker, E. C., Augusta . Scruggs & Hamby Mill, Clayton. Sikes, J . F., Alamo. Smith & Company, F . C., Hagan. Snow, H. C., Monroe. Spence, H . P ., Socia l Circle. South Georgia Milling Company,
Valdosta. Stewart, S. G., Statesboro. Strickland Company, R. F., Concord. Summerour Bros., Win der. Sutton's Mill, Cedartown.

Sycamore Mills, Sycamore. Sylvester Milling Compa ny, Sylves-
ter. Towaliga Roller .Mills, Locust Grove.
Teate, T. A., Thomasville. Telfair Cooperative Compa ny,
McRa e. Thomas Manufacturing Company,
Madison. Thompson, J . W., Cataula. Thomson Investment Company,
Thomson. Tharpe, H enry, Dublin. Tifton ;!'teMilling Company, Tifton. To ccoa Roller Mills, Toccoa. Towaliga Milling & Power Compa ny,
Griffin. Towns Co unty Milling Company,
Hiawa ssee. Terrell, R . W., Tifton. Unadilla Milling Company, Una.
clilla. United Ma nufacturing Compa ny,
Waverly H all. United Mfg. & Wa1ehouse Com
pany, Chipley. Usery Brothers, Ellaville. Valdosta Mill and Elevator Oo.,
Valdosta. Whidden, J. S., Thomasville. White Flour Mill , J . W., Bainbridge. Wilkes Milling Compa ny, W'ashing
ton. Williams, A. B., Argyle. Williams Roller Mills, Lawrence-
v ill e. Wind er Roll er Mills, Co., Winder.
Wmy, W, R., Ceda rtown. Wrens Milling Compa ny, Wrens. Woodbury Roller Mills, Woodbury. Wy nn ' s Mill, Aberdeen. Waynesboro Flour Mill, Waynes
boro. Washington Milling Company,
Washington.
Wa lker & Edwards Milling Com pa ny, Griffin.
FOUNDRIES & MACHiNE SHOPS r
Adams, C. E., Fayet teville. Alexander, A. W ., Roopville. American Can Company, Atlanta. Ameri can Can Company, Savannah. Am erican F a rm Machinery Co.,
Atla nta.

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Americus Welding & Machine Co., Cox Foundry & Machine Works,

Americus.



Athens Foundry & Machine Co.,

Athens. A. B . & A . Railway Shops, Fitzger

ald. A. B. & A. Railway Shops, Man.

Griffin. Cox, J. F., Statesboro. Crescent City Blow Pipe Wo~ks,
Savannah. Davenport, James, Acwo1th . Davis Foundry & Machine Works,

c hes ter. A. C. L . Railway Shops, Brunswick. A. C. L. Railway Shops, Waycross. Atlanta Gear & Machine Co., At-
lanta. Atlanta Stove Works, Atlanta.
Atlanta Plow Company, Atlanta.
Atlanta Utility Works, Atlanta.

Rome. Davis Machine Shops, Statesboro. Decatur Car Wheel Co. of Ga.,
Savannah. DeLoach, A. A., Atlanta. Demorest FoUJidry & Machine Co.,
D e mor est. Dixie Cul vert & Metal Company,
East Point.

At lanta Wood, Iron & Novelty Co., Dixie Pea and B ean Huller Co.,

Atlanta.

East Point .

Atlantic Steel Company, Atlanta.

Downs, H. C., 'L'albotton.

Avery & Son, B. F., Atlanta.

Dowling, W. P., Savannah.

Bn ldwin, L. H., Douglasville.

Eagle Stove Works, Rome.

Bn lfou r, R. C., 'rhomasville.

Eberhart Machine works, Fort Val-

B easley, Birch, Statesboro.

ley.

.

Bild Shops, Sandersville.

Ente1prise Machine Company, Vi-

Benton Manufacturing Co ., Monti-

dalia.

cello.

Ellis Machine Shop, R. E., Griffin.

Bostrum -Brady Mfg. Co., Atlanta. Fairbanks Company, The, Rome.

Bostrum . Mfg. Co ., E. A., Atlanta. Field Bros. Ma nufacturing Co.,

BTooks Foundry & Machine Co.,

Dalton.

Atlanta.

F innegan & Company, J. J., Atlanta.

Bnmswi ck ross-Arm Company,

Fitzgerald Iron Works, Fitzgerald.

Brunswick.

F ul ghum & Johnson, Montezuma.

B runswick Marine Co nstru ction

Findley Machine1y Company, D. A.,

Corp., Brunswick.

Valdosta.

Burnett, W. J., Thomasville.

Forest City Foundry & Machine

Busha, J . H ., Toccoa.

Works, Savannah. .

nmp & Company, E. N ., Mo1eland. Fairburn & Atlanta Rwy. Co.,

'a mp Machi)l e Shops, Atlanta.

Fairburn.

Ca ttmsville Foundry & Mch. Co., Gainesville Iron Wo1ks, Gainesville.

Cartersville.

Gantt Manufacturing Company,

Cedartown Foundry & Machine Co.,

Macon.

Ceda1town.

General Fire Extinguisher Company,

C'entra 1 of Georgia Railway Shops,

Atlanta.

Ma con.

Georgia Car & Lo comotive Works,

. of Ga. Ry. Shops, Columbus.

. Atlanta.

C. of Ga. Ry. Shops, Macon.

Georgia Iron Works, Augusta.

. of Ga. Ry. Shops, Savannah.

Geo1gia Machinery Company, At-

Cole Manufacturing Company, R. D.,

la.nta.

Newnan .

Georgia Plow and Foundry Co.,

Col umbus Foundry Company, Col-

Athens.

umbus.

G. F. & A. Ry. Shops, Bainbridge.

Columbus Railroad Company,

G. S. & F. Rwy. Shops, Ashburn.

Columbus.

Gibbs Machine Company, Commerce.

Columbus Iron iVorks, Columbus.

Glover Machine Works, Marietta.

Co ntin ental Gin Company, Atlanta. Golden Foundry & Machine Com-

owart Brothers, Portal.

pany, Columbus.

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Griffin Foundry & Machine Com- Puckett, W, R. , Fort Ga ines.

pany, Rome.

Quinker, E. E., Valdosta.

Gurley, W. B., Dahlonega.

Read and Smit h, Washington.

Ga rretts Machine Works, Washing- Red wine Brothers, Fayetteville.

ton.

Rick erson, E. F., Montezuma.

Ginn Manufa cturing Company, Car- Ridd ell Bros. Inc., Atlanta.

n esvill e.

Rom e Scal es Manufacturing Com.

Ha nks Stove Works, Rome.

pany, Rom e.

H a nson Motor Ca r Co., Atlanta.

Rom e Stove & Ra nge Co., Rome.

H endon Roller Covering Co., La- Routh, W. T., McRae.

Grange

Romke & Sons, Savanna h.

Hill City Machine Shop, Rome.

Sanders, D. S., Reynolds.

Hobb, 'W. M., Reynolds.

Savanna h Blow Pipe Company, Sa-

Hope & Shadbmn, Cumming.

vanna h.



Howell & Sons, J. H., Hartwell.

Savanna h Iron Works, Sa vannah.

Huddleston, S. B., Statesboro.

Savanna h Machin e & Boiler Works,

Johnsou Foundry & Machine Shops,

Sava nna h.

Bremep.

Savannah Wire & Iron Works, Sa-

Jon es and Ca nnon, Valdosta.

va nna h.

Jon es Mn chiu ery Corp., Atlanta.

Schofield and Sons, J. S., Macon.

K eho e Iro n Works, Sa-vannah.

S. A. L. Repair Shops, Americus.

King, 0. P., Wrens.

S. A. L. Railway Shops, Savannah.

Knight's Machine Works, Albany. Sellars, E. W., Ba xley .

K ell Machine Shop, R. S., Tifton.

Shearer Machine Company, Atlanta.

Lanier, Fred, Statesboro.

Sikes Manufacturing Company,

Lillisten Harv ester Compa ny, Al-

O cilla.

bany.

Simplex Ma chine Company, Atlanta.

Lomba rd I ron W'orks & Supply Co., Skinner, A. W., Millen.

Augusta.

Smith Manufa cturing Co., Newnan

Ly nch & Compa ny, E . J., Atlanta.

M cDonough.

Magnus Company, Inc. Atlanta.

Smith-Wayne Man ufacturing Co.,

Ma llory-Tayl or Mnchine Works, Ma

W i n'd e r.

con.

South ern Car Wh eel Co., Savannah.

Ma nl ey .Jail Works, Dalton.

.southern Coopera tiv e Foundry QQm

Martin Manufa cturing Company,

pany, Rom e.

Fitzgerald.

South ern Iron & Equipm ent Co.,

Massey Gin & Machine Works, Ma.

Atlanta.

con.

South em Machin ery Company, Quit-

McAI!isteJ, I. L., Fort Gaines.

man.

McCodle, C. D., Sa vannah .

Sout hern Rwy. Shops, Atlanta.

McManus, B. W. , Cairo.

South ern Rwy. Shops, Columbus.

Miller Ma nufacturing Company,

South ern Saw works, East Point.

Bainbddge.

Southem Wire & Iron Works, At.

Moncrief Fuma ce Company, Atlanta . , lanta .

Moody, A. H., Douglasville.

South em Foundry & Machine Com-

Murray Company, The, Atlanta.

pany, Bainbridge.

Mutual Foundry & Ma chine Co., Spa lding Found1y Company, Atlan

Atlanta.

ta.

Moultl'ie Machine & Foundry Com Sta fford, I. S., Canton.

pany, Moultrie.

South erl and Foundry & Machine

O 'Neal, W. N., Woodland.

Shop, Bainbridge.

Peerless Gin Company, Fort Valley. Sea Island Cotton Gin Company,

Pekor Iron Works, Columbus.

Vidalia.

P elham Ma chine Works, Pelham. Ta llula h F alls Rwy. Shops, QQrnelia.

Ponder Ma chin e Compa ny, Savan Taylor, C. E., P elha m.

nab.

Taylor Iron Works, Macon.

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Thoma dlle Iron \\ orks, Thomas- Baron & Compa ny, A. S., Savanna h.

vill e.

Banks & Frohock, St. Ma ry's.

T hompson Boiler Works, Bainbridge. Ba m esville P la ning Mi ll, Barnes-

Tomlin-H:ll' ris Machin e Co ., Cordele.

vi ll e.

TOIYers-Su llivan Manufacturing Co., Beacham, J . H., D ubl iiL

Home.

B ennett & Son, D. F., Forsyth.

Ti fton Ma chin e S hop, Tifton.

B ev is, Joe, Gainesvi li e.

Tice Company, J . T., L aGrange.

B lack Builders Supply Company, "'

Union M11r hin e Shop, Brunswick.

Marietta.

Warlick S hee t Metal Mfg. Co .,

Bolling Lumbe r Co mpa ny, LaGmuge.

Atl:mta.

Bowden P laning Mill, Bowden.

\~'ashington Machine Works, Wash- B rady, Ed, Stone Mountain.

ington.

Brice, Jo e, Gainesville.

W. and W. Hwy. Shops, Waycro ss. Brigh t, Brook s Lumber Co mpany,

Wayn esboro Machine Works, Way-

Savannah.

n esboro.

Brown, " ' J., Metter.

\\' eldaI S hop, Tennille.

Brumby Chair Company, Marietta.

We t Point Iron Works, West Point. Bucha na n Lumber Compa ny, Buch-

West Point Roller Cove1ing Com-

anan.

JHny, W est Point.

Buford Lumber Company, Buford.

Wilkin on Machine Co mpany, Sa- Burnett-Kiapper F umi t ure Co mpa ny,

vn nnnh.

At la n ta .

Wi ng fi eld, J. T., Washington.

Bray & Company, J . N ., Valdosta.

Wirtz & Hernden, Augusta.

Bevis, L. L., Franklin.

With ers Fo undry & Machine Co m- Boyd Lumber Compa ny, Boy dvill e.

pany, Atlanta.

Brooks Lumber Company, LaFay-

With ers Fo undry & Machine Com-

ette.

pany, Cartersville.

Builders Lumber Company, Macon.

Wood and ons Company, A. A., Broad River Lumber Company, Tig-

Atlanta.

nall.

Woodruff Machine1y Mfg. Company, Bonner, 0. P., Crawfordville.

Winder.

Brooks Lumber Co mpany, Dalton.

Wrinkl e Bros'. Foundry & Machine Camp & Son, E. N ., Morela nd.

Shop, Dalton.

Campbel), W. T., Rockmart.

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES, INCLUDING SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND OTHER WOODWORKING AND VENEERING PRODUOTS.

Can non Screen W orks, Albany. Capital City Chai r Com pany, Atlanta. Carr Lumber Company, Hazlehurst. Carter F urnit ure Company, Crawford. Central Sash & Door Company
Macon.

Ad el Mnn ufactming Company, Adel. Chambers Lumber Company, Macon.

Am ericus Co nstructio n Company,

Chatta hoochee Furniture Company,

Am ericus.

F lower y Branch .

Aske11 Company, W. S., Newnan.

Clark Variety Works, W. L., Quitman.

Atlanta Mirror & B eveling Company, Cochran Lumber Company, Cochran.

Atlanta .

Cooper Lumber Company, Columbus.

Atlanta Safe Company, Atla nta . ' Cordele Sash, Door & Lumber Co.,

Atlanta Show Case Company, At-

Co r d el e.

lanta.

Crisp Co unty Lumber Co., Cordele.

Atlanta Tabl e Company, Atlanta.

Carter Bros., Ro ch elle.

Augusta Lumber Compa ny, Augusta. Cherokee Manufacturing Co mpa ny,

Austell Furnitme Company, Aust ell.

Dalton.

Arnold Construction Compa ny, Elber- Dan iel Lumber Company, L aGrange.

t o n.

Da rby Lumber Company, Vidalia.

Aycock Brick Veneering Company, Darby Lumber Company, States-

Mou ltrie.

boro.

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Davis-J enkins & Sons, Moultri e. Deese, H . C., Bowden. Dough t ry, J. A., Metter. Duane Cha ir Company, Dalton. Dublin Planing Mill, 'Dublin.
Dublin Veneer Company, Dublin. Dudl ey Sash, Door & Lumber Com.
pany, Columbus.
DuPree Manufacturing Company, Atlanta .
Dysen Lumber Company, Cairo.
Eatonton Lumber Company, Eatonton.
Elbe1ton Planing Mill, Elberton. Elliot, Wm., East Ellijay.
E nterprise Manufacturing Company, W ayc ross.
Estes Manufacturing Company, Rex. Farrar Lumber Company, Dalton. F a rrar Lumber Company, Dublin. F lom.Am erican Plywood Company,
Macon. F loyd Brothers, Atlanta.
Ford & Sou, J. W ., Springfi eld. Forsyth Coal & Lumber Company,
Forsyth.
Fulton Metal B ed Mfg. Co., Atlanta.
Georgia Chair Company, Flowery Bra nch.
Georgia Lumber Company, McRae. Georgia Lumber & Mfg. Company,
Montezum a. Gilmoie, H. F., Jackson. Ginn Manufacturing Company,
Carnesville.
Golucke & Son, C. H ., Crawfordville. Graham & Company, F. M., Fitz.
gerald.
Gresham Manufacturing Co., Griffin. Garbutt Lumber Company, Valdosta. Georgia Cushion & Wrapper Com
pany, Woodland. Griffin Lumber Company, Griffin. Ha rdwood Manufacturing Company,
Dublin. Harvey Chair Company,_Rom e. Hannah, J. H., Lawrenceville. Ha1vey Lumber Company, Colum.
bus. Hicks & Brown, Cartersville. Hightowet & Son, W. J., Dahlonega. Hold en Coal & Lumber Company,
Rop1e. Hooper, J. B., Atlanta. House & Sons, J. W., Douglasville.

Huber Lumber ompany, Moultrie,

Hugh ey, T. J., Greensboro.

Hunt, J. H., Gainesville.

Hogan, H enry T, Thomson.

Hightower Lumber & Supply

pany, Cedartown.

J este r, Roy, Bainbridge.

Jow ers & Son, G. A., Buena Vista.

J es t er V:ll'i oty Works, Bainbridge.

Jordan Mn.nufacturing Co mpany,

M o n t ice ll o.

Kilby, J. M., Da hlonega.

King & Thurston, Thomaston.

Knott & Carmi cheal, Atlanta.

Kru ege r Manufacturing Company,

Atla nta .

K elly Cla rk Lumber Compa ny,

G r a d y v i l l e.

LaGmnge L umb er & Supply Com.

pany, LaGrange.

Lang & Orr, Brunswick.

L ed better, D. N., Savannah.

Littlefiel1, C. E ., Ca lhoun.

:M:a.con Cab in et Works, Macon.

Macon F umiture Company, Macon.

Macon V eneer Company, Macon.

Marbutt-Willin.m s Lumber Company,

Atl a nta.

Mars hall Mnnufa.cturing Company,

Rom e.

Ma.ssee & F eltou Lumber Company,

Ma co n.

.

McGirt, James, Sylvester.

Moss Manufactu rin g Compa ny,

Ath ens.

Moultrie Ca binet Works, Moultrie.

Musck e & Sons, Macon.

My rtlep hon e Manufacturing Com

pany, Valdosta.

Macon Lumber Company, ( Manu

f a.cturing ) Maco n.

Nelms Mauufnctul'ing Company,

M ei gs.

N a.tionnl Show Cn se Compa ny, Col

umbus.

K ew, D. E., Canollton.

Patent Doo r & Blind Company,

Rom e.

Perkins Manufacturing Company,

. Augusta..

Perkins Sash & Door Company, An

gusta.

Pharr, G. F., Da.cula.

Phoenix P laning Mill, Atlanta.

Pied mont Fmniture Company,

To ccoa .

Pineora Manufacturing Compa~y,

Pi neora .

Pirkl e, L. F ., Atlanta.

Price & Thomas, Atlanta.

P ope L umb er Company, Washington.

Ral eigh, C. H ., Jeffersonville.

Reyno lds Lumber & Variety Works,

Rey nolds.

Richa rdson, W .. R., Macon.

Rom e Ca binet. Works, Rome.

Rom e F urniture Company, Rome.

Rowland, J. H., Wrightsville.

a vauna h Lumber Compa ny, Savan

na h.

avannah Planing Mill Company,

Savannah .

ha w & Son Company, L . F., Car-

t elsville.

Shiver, John W., Americus.

Shore Ma nufacturing Company,

Bainbridge.

Simmons Company, The Atlanta .

Simm ons Lumber Company, J . B.,

To ccoa.

m ith .Way n~ Manufacturing Co.,

Winder.

South em Desk a nd Table Co,!;llpany,

Atla nta .

South ern Novelty Works, Demorest.

Sout hem Spring B ed Company, At

la nta .

Spn rta Lumber Company, Sparta.

Spra t t Cha ir Company, Atlanta.

Sta llings Show Case & Cabinet Com-

pa ny, Atlanta.

Standa rd Supply Company, Fitzger-

ald.

Sta tesbo1o Novelty Works, States

bo ro.

Step hens, W. P., Marietta.

Stok es, W. A., Albany.

trnin & Richardson, Dalton.

Shields Geise Lumber Co., Da wson.

Saun ders Brothers, Reynolds.

Scott- tJother Lumber Co., Wash-

ington.

Taylor Brothers, Greensbo1o.

'remples Lumber Company, Hart-

w ell.

Thoma sville Variety Works,

Thomasville.

Thurmond, G. B., Lincolnton.

Toccoa Furniture Company, Toccoa.

Trogdon Furniture Company,

Toccoa.

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Turner Lumber Company, Millen.

'rurner & Jordan, Valdosta. Ulmer & Hall, Bainbridge. Upson Lumber & Mfg. Co., Thomas-
ton. Washington Manufacturing Com
pany, Washington. Wlelch, Pat, Dahlonega. Weston Lumber Co., Weston. Warren Company, The, Atla nta. Whittier Manufacturing Company,
Atlanta. Wilder Lumber Compa'ny, R. C.,
M a co n. Willingham Sash & Door Company,
Ma con. Wilson & Sons, C. 'r ., Augusta. Winder Lumber Company, Winder. wines Lumber Company, Dublin. Woodbury Lumber Company,
Woodbury. Woodward Lumber Company, Au-
gusta. Whittier, E . W., Union City. Wheeler & Sons, J . B., Tignall. Yatesville Planing Mill, Yatesville. Youngblood Company, J. M., Val-
dosta.
Yellow Pine Variety Works, Valdosta.

GAS

Americus Lighting Company, Amer-

, icus. Ath ens Gas Light & Fuel Co.,
Athens. Atlanta Gas Light Company, At-

lanta.

Cartersvill e Gas Company, Calters-

ville.



City of LaGrange Gas Plant, . LaGrange.
Consumers Ga s & Coke Company, Waycross.
Da lton Gas Company, Dalton.

Gas Light Company of Augusta, Augusta.
Gas L ight Co. of Columbus, Colum-
bus. Griffin Gas Company, Griffin.

Macon Gas Company, Macon.

Mutual Light & Power Company, Brunswick.

Pintsch Compressing Company, Atlanta.

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Rom e Municipal Gas Company, R o me.
Sava nnrr h Gas Company, Savanna h. S umm er vill e Ga s Compa ny, Summ er
vill e. Valdosta Gas Company, Va ldosta .
HANDLES
Altama ha Woodworking Company, Da rien.
Council, J. M. & H. L., Am ericus. Dublin Venee r Company, Dublin. Fo wl er-Wninwl"ight Handle Com-
pany, Macon. Geo1gi a H andle Factory, Abb ~ ville . Georgia H a ndl e Factory, Savanna h. H a nna Ma nufacturing Company,
Ath ens. Ma ul din B1oth ers, Rob ertstown . Ragsdale, Joe, Dallas. Savanna h Handle Company, Savan
na h. Stan d::u-d Handl e Compa ny, Macon. Tifton H a ndl e Company (Manufa c-
turing), Tifton. Washington Manufacturing Com
pany, Washington. WI"ight, A. J., Brunswick.
ICE
Ad el I ce Company, Ad el. Aim a r & Company, W . C., Sa va nna h. Art esian I ce Company, Montezuma. As hburn I ce & Cold Stora ge Com.
pauy, Ashburn. Atl anti c I ce & Coa l Corp., Alba ny. At la nt ic I ce & Coal Co1p., Americus. At lanti c I ce & Coal Corp., Ath ens. Atlantic I ce & Coal Corp., Atl anta. Atla ntic I ce & Coal Corp., Augusta. Atlantic I ce & Coa l Corp., Columbus. Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp., Cordele. Atlantic I ce & Coal Corp., Coving
ton. _<\tlantic I ce & Coal Corp., Dublin. Atlantic I ce & Coal Corp., Elberton. Atl anti c I ce & Coa l Corp., Fort Val
ley. Atl a nti c I ce & Coal Corp., Ma con. Atlantic I ce & Coal Corp., Rome. Augusta I ce & Beverage Company,
Augusta. Adington Ice Company, Arlington. Bainbridge I ce C<impa ny1 Ba in.
bridge.

Brooklet Tee Compa ny, Brooklet. Banow Co un ty I ce & Coa l Ca.,
\\"inde r.
Ca iro I ce & Cold S tora ge Co., Cairo. Camilla I ce & Cold Storage Co.,
Ca m i l l n . Can to n I ce Compnny, Inc., Canton. Car tersvill e Suppl y Compa ny, Ca r-
te rsville. Ced:ntown I ce Co mpany, Ceda rtown. City I ce Compa ny , M cRae. City I ce Pla nt, Colquitt. City I cc Pia ut, Thomson. Citizens I cc & Coal Co mpany , La
Gra nge. Ci ty of Monro e I ce Pla nt, Monroe. Clinkscal es I ce Pla nt , H a rt well. Co nsum ers I re Co mpa ny, Atl a nta .
o"eta l ee & Fuel Co., Newnan. Cuthb ert I ce Co., C uthb ert.
C rom:uti e, J. A . J 1., H a zlehurst.
City I ce P la nt , DOJmldsonville. Comm err e I ce & Fuel Compa ny,
Comm erce. Calh oun Ice Company, Calhoun. City of M cRae I ce Pla nt, M cRae. Colquitt I ce & Cold Storage Com.
pRny, Colquitt. Co m elia I ce P la nt , Cornelia . Cla xton I ce Co mpa ny, Cla xto n.
Cit:v of Bla k ely I ce Pla nt, Blakely. Dalla s U tility Co mpan y, Da ll as. Dn lt o n I cc Co mp~ n y, Dfl lto n. Da wso n I ce Co mpan y, Dawson. Dona ldson vill e I ce Plant, Dona ld
son vill e. Douglas I ce Compa ny, Dougla s. Dun woody & Gree ne, Eatont on. Ellis Ic e & Coal "C'o ., Atigusta. Ennis I ce Co mpa ny, Mill edgeville. Enterpri se I ce Co mpa ny, Millen. F ail-burn I ce & Coa l Co., F a irburn. F itzgern ld Ice Co mpany, Fitzgerald. Forsyt h I ce Compnny, F orsy th. Fo1t Gaines Ice Company, Fort
Ga i n es . Fowl er, M. L ., Fort Gaines. Friedm a n, Samu el, Savanna h. Fulton I ce & Coal Co., Atla nta.. Ga inesvill e Ice & Fuel Co., Gaines.-
vill e.
Georg-i a Consum ers I ce Co., St. Ma ry s.
Georgia I ce Co mpa ny, Sav anna h. Georgia Public Service Company,
Tifton.

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Gl y nn Ice Company, Brunswick. Green Ice Co mpany, Statesboro. Green boro Ice . Company, Gree;ns-
boro. Griffin I ce Co mpany, Griffin. Guyto n Ice Company, Guyto n. Gl enn vi li e Man ufacturing Co.,
Glen n v i l l e. Hele na I cc Works, Helena . Hen1y County Milling & Ice Co.,
M cDonough. Hou e & Son, J. W., Douglasville. Howell Ice & Cold Storage Co mpany,
Hawkinsville. Hugh es, Alex, Stillmore. Hawkinsville Ice & Cold Storage
Co., Hawkinsville. Ind epend ent Ice Company, Quitma n. Jackson I ce Corporation, Jackson. Kni ck erbo ck er Ice & Storage Co.,
S a v a n n a h. Kennedy Ice Company, Claxton.
LaGrange Ice & Fuel Company, La. Grange.
Ma nchester Ice & Fuel Company, Mancheste r.
Mmietta I ce & Coal Co., Marietta. Mette 1 I ce & Cold Storage Co.,
Metter. Mill edge ville Ice Works, Milledge-
ville. Moultrie Ice & Cold Storage Co.,
Moultri e. Muni cipal Ice Plaut, Blakely. Murph ey Ice Company, Inc., Jesup. Mu cogee Ice Co., Columbus.
Myer ~r e Company, Barnesville.
Mn co n I ce Compa;1y, Inc., Macon. Ncw Ice Co., Carrollto n. Overstreet Brothers, Wadley. P eople I ce Company, Griffin. Pon ce De Leon I ce Mfg. Co., .At-
la ntn.
Pope Manufa cturing Company, Washington.
P eoples Ice Co mpa ny, Ashburn. Quitm a n ~ ce Company, Quitman. Sa nd~rs ville Ice Company, Sanders-
vl ll e.
SaYau na h Beve rag e & I ce Company, Sawy er I ce Co mpany, A. J., Macon. Sim pson & Morgan Ice Company,
Rockmart.
South Atlantic Packing & Provision Co., Savannah. .

So uth ern Ice and Coal Compauy, Macon.
Southem Ice and Coa l Co mpany, Wrightsville.
Stephens I ce a nd Coa l Company, Sandersvi ll e.
Summerville Ice Pla nt, Summerv i ll e.
tatesboro Provision Company, Statesboro.
Sylvester Coal & I ce Co., Sylvester. Stillmore Ice Co., Stillmore. Thomas Manufacturing Co., Madi-
son. Thomaston I ce Co., Thomaston. Thomasvill e I ce & Manufacturing
Co., Thomasville. Thomson Light & Wnter 'o., (Ice
Plaut) Thomson. Toccoa I ce and Fuel Co mpa ny,
Toccon . Valdosta Light Co mpn uy, (Ice
P lant) Valdosta. Vidalia. Ice and Fuel Co mpany,
Vidn lia.
Villa Rica Ice Compa ny, Vi lla Ri cn. Wadley Ice Company, \\' :.~dl ey. Water and Light Commission, Pel-
ham. Waynesboro I cc Associntiou, Way-
nesboro. W'es t Point I ce Co mpany, West
Point. "\;villacooc hce I ce Co mpa ny,
"\;villacooc hee.
\vrens Ice Co., ~Wre ns .
LAUNDRIES
Acme Laundry, Columbus. Albany Laundry Company, Albany. Am e rica n Laun<lry Co mpa ny, At-
lanta. Am eri can Laundry Compa ny, Dub-
lin. Am ericus Steam Laun clr~', Am eri cus. Atlanta Linen & Supply Co., At-
lanta.. Augusta French Dr? Cleani ng Co.,
Augusta. Bell Laundry, Atla uta. Best La undry, Sava nna h. Brunswick Lnuulr~, Com pn n,,-,
B runswick. Bainbridge Steam Lnunchy , Bain.
bridge.

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Capita l City Laundry, Atlanta. Cartersville Steam Laundry, Car -
tersville. City Laundry, Fitzgerald. City Laundry, Hazelhurst. City Laundry, McRae. City Towel Supply Company, At-
lanta. Columbus Steam Laundry, Colum.
bus. Cooley Ln undry, Savannah. Cr escent Laundry Company, Macon. Dalton Steam Laundry, Dalton. Dart, Charli e, Madison. Dixie Steam Laundry, Bainbridge. Elm City L a undry, LaGrange. Empire Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Co., Augusta. Athe ns Laundry Compa ny, Ath ens. Excelsior Laundry, Atlanta. E. & W. L a undry, Savannah. F irs t Class Laund1y, Jesup. }'r en ch Dry Cleaning Company, At-
lanta.
Gainesvill e .Steam Laundry, Gainesville.
Griffin Laundry Company, Griffin. Gut hm an Laundry & Dry Cleaning
. Co., Atlanta. Tdeal Laundry, Carrollton. Ideal Laundry, Macon. Independent La undry, Macon. Jesup Laundry, J esup. Lindale Laundry Company, Lindale. Lee Laundry Company, E., Griffin. Lois Laundry, Douglasville.
Lois Laundry, Atlanta.
Manchester Sten m Laundry, Mancheste r.
May & Sons Laundry, Joseph, At. lanta.
McCoy Steam Laundry, Cordele. Model Laundry Compa ny, Atlanta.
Montezuma Laundry, Montezuma.
~ewnan team L a undry, Newnan. ~ew Way System La undry, Inc.,
Savanna h. Piedmont Laundry, Atlanta. Prager Laundry Company, Savan-
nah. Piedmon t Laundry, Demorest. Pelham Laundry, P elham. Republic Steam La undry, Tifton . R.obertson, J . B., Statesboro. Rom e Laundry Company, Rome.

Savannah Georgia Laundry pany, Savannah.
Se n iee Laundry, Atlanta. Sewell Laundry Compa ny, Atlanta. Star Laundry Company, Savan nah. Star Laundry, Valdosta. Su nshi ne Laundry, Atlanta. Thomasville Steam Laundry,
Thomasvill e. Tifton Laundry Company, Tifton.
Trion Laundry, Atlanta.
Trion Laundry, The, Trion.
Troy Laundry, Atlanta.
Walker Steam Laundry, Quitman. Way Laundry, Q. C., Monroe. W'aysid e Laundry, Cedat'town.
White S wan Laundry, Fitzgerald.
Williams, C. E., Greensboro.
Yo um an's Laundry, Waycross.
LEATHERS AND TANNERS
Al len, Bona, Inc., Buford. Bernd Company, G., Macon. Boston Leather Company, Macon. Brunswick Hide & M etal Company,
Brunswick . Burpee, T. G. & G. T. , Xewnan. Ca lla ha n, J. E ., Winder. Carroll, M. B., Dublin. Cordele Leather Compa ny, Co rdele. Couch B1os. Manufacturing Com
pany, East Point. Economy Manufacturing Company,
Thomaston. Foote Trunk and Bag Factory, At
la nta. Frank Estate, Leo, Savn nna h Griffith Implement Company,
Athens. Hudson, R. H., Cairo. Johnson Novelty Company , Ezra,
~ewnan.
.Jones, J. M., Thomaston. P erfect Belt Manufacturing Co.,
Atlanta. Red Seal Sho e Co ., Atlanta Rome Tannery, Rome. Rountree, H. W., Atlanta. Shadburn Bros., Buford.
hadburn Brothers, Norcross.
'rifton Leath er Company, Tifton.
Watson & Compa ny, S. M., Cordele Watts & 'row, Clayton.

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MARBLE AND GRANITE
Albany Marble Works, Albany. .<\.m ericnn Marble & Granite Co .,
Ca nto n. Arabia Gra nite Compa ny, Lithonia. At hens Granite & Marble Co.,
Ath ens. America n Granite Co., Elberton. Art Memoria ls Co mpa ny, Gainesville Aliffe; A., Savannah. Bennett Marble Company, Canton. Brantley & Doby, Lithonia . Briscoe Marble & Granite o., Cov.
ington. Broa d River Granite Company,
E l b eTton. Buford Marble & Granite W'orks,
Buford. Bainbridge Marble & Granite
Work s, Bainbridge. Boat ner, W. M ., Marietta B:utoni, Peter, Elberton. Bell Bros. Ma rbl e Co mpa ny, Athens. Calhoun ::\ia rble Works, Calhoun. Capita l Monum ent Company, Savan
uah. Capital Stone Company, Atlanta. C:.II'I'Oilton Marble works, CarroiJ
t on. Cedar to,Yn Ma1ble a nd Tra nsfer Co.,
Ce d a r t o wn Cherok ee Ma rbl e & Granite Co., At.
Iauta . Chuppe Gra nite Company, Lit honia.
it~ Ma rbl e Company, Moultrie. Clark e, J. A., Waycross. Cl:nke Mon um enta l Works, Ameri
cu s. Cia sic City Granite Company,
Athen . Coggins Marbl e Company, Ca.nton.
onsolidated lHarble & Milling Co., Canton.
Consumers Monument Company, Ball Gr ound.
Contin ental Marble & Granite Compa ny, Ca.nton.
Cordele Marble Works, Cordele. Cowart ::\larble Company, Marble Hill. Creole Ma rble Company, Canton. Capi ta l Monument Company, States
boro.
Coffee Ma rbl e Works. Dalton. Cla~ton Marble Company, Claxton. Da.v1so n Granite Company, Lithonia.

Dixie Ma rble & Granit.e Company, De c a t ur.
Dublin Marble Works, Dublin. Dugga n, ~lack , 'a nder sv ille. Eaton & Cotree ~la tbl c Company,
Dalton. Elberton Granite & Marble Works,
Elberton. Elledge & Norman ::\larble Co., Colum-
bus. Empire Marble Co., 'an ton. E nterprise Gra nite ~ Mar'ble Co.,
Atlanta. Finbaker & Scott, Quitman. Fitzgerald Marble Co., Fitzgerald. Fra nce, E. H., ;\lacon. Ga ines Marb le Company, Cartersville. Georgia Granite Corp ., Elberton. Georgia M1t!'ble Compa ny, Marietta. Georgia Marble Company, Tate. Georgia l\Iarble F inishing Works,
Canton.
Georgia Monument Co mpany, Fair burn.
Georg ia Mos iac Ti le Co mpany, ~lacon.
Georgia Quincy Granite Company, :\facon.
Georgia Quincey Gran ite Company, Spa rta.
Granite Quarries Co., Pope's Ferr y. Georgia Marble Comp any, Nel on. Golightly Gra nite Co., Inc., U nion
City. Grftnite Sheds Compa ny, Elberton. Haywood Granite Company, Lithonia. Herndon Brothers, Elberton. Hili'Bro . Marble & Granite Co., Dal-
t on.
H ill Granite Company, Newnan. Independent Marble Co., Ca nton.
Intemati onal Marble & Granite Co., Ca nton.
James Granite & Marble Works, Ma co n.
Johnso n Granite Company, Lithonia. Jones Company, H. H., Gritrin. J ones, R. A., Rom e. Jon es, 0. D., Macon. Kinney Granite Com pan y, Lithonia. Kohlruss, C. 1~ . , Augusta. La,onia Marble & Granit e Co.,
Lavonia. Leland Grant Company, Atlanta. Little, George, Samnnah.

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Lockha.rt Marble Company, J. L., J ackson .
Lugand, E. P., Dublin. Mackin Granite Works, W. T .,
Sp:nta . Macon Granite Co mpany, Sparta. Marietta Marble & Stone Works,
Marietta. 1IcNeel Marble Works, Marietta. 1fercer Granite Company, Elberton. Moore, J. A., Milledgeville.
Newnan Granite & Marble Co., Newnan.
~ational Marble & Granite Corp., Ball Ground.
Nichols & Sons, A. H., Augusta. ~orth Georgia Marble Products Co.,
Whitestone. ~orth Georgia Marble Works, La-
Fayette. Oglesby Granite Corp., Elberton. Oglethorpe Monument & Granite Co.,
Savannah. Parker, H. T., Dallas. Phillips-Moore Marble Works, Colum-
l'lu s. Pine 1\Ionntain Granite Co., Lithonia. Poe Marble Company, Macon. Quitman Marble Yard, Quitman. Rainwater 1arble Yard, Union City. Reagin & Company, E . W., Lithonia. Robert Marble Company, Ball
Ground. Roche Stone works, Savannah. Schneider Marble Company, Inc.,
Amer icu s.
Small Quarries Company, Pope's Ferry.
Southern Granite & Marble Works, Atlanta.
Standard Marble Company, Rome. Stone Mountain Granite Company,
Stone Mountain .
Superior Monument Company, Ball Ground.
South Georgia Marble Works, Claxton.
Southwell, M. W ., Marble & Gmnite Co., Gainesville.
Ta lking Rock Mfg. Co., Talking Rock.
Toccoa Rock Crushing Company, Toccoa.
. S. 1\Iarble Company, Canton. Valdosta 1Ia rbl e Works, Valdosta.

Vidalia 7\Ionument & Marble Com-

pany Vidalia.

\Valz, John, Savannah.

Warrell, Geo. A., Savannah.

W'aycro s 1Imble Company, W~ycross.

Well Granite Company, Redan.

Willingham-Little Stone Company,

Atlanta.



Wilson-Chapman Granite Company,

Lithonia.

Winder Marble & Granite Company,

Winder.

Wiggs, H. L., Elberton.

Zachary Marble Compan y, Newnan.

MATTRESSES

Albany Mn ttress Company, Albany. Americus Mattress Factory, Ameri-
cus. Am erican Mattress Co., Atlanta. Athens Mattress & Spring Bed Co.,
Athens. Atlanta Mattress Compa ny, Atlanta. Augusta B edding Compa ny, Augusta. Bingham, R .T., Bremen. Bainbridge Mattress Co .,
Bainbtidge. Bmnson, T. J ., Cairo. Cla rke, David, Savanna h. Coope r Mattress Manufa ct uring
Co., Columb us. Covington Mattress Company, Co v-
ington. Chambe1s Mattress Compa ny, Sa-
vannah.
Chath am Mattress Compn uy, Savanna h.
Denniso n Mattress Company, Fitz gerald.
Dooner, J. R., Sava nn ah. Douglas Mattress Company, Do ug-
las . Dublin Mattress Co mpany, Dublin. Gate ity Mattress Compa ny, At-
lanta. Gholstein Spring & Mattress Com-
p:my, Atlanta. Griffin Mattress Company, Griffin.
Georgia B edd ing Compa ny, Gaines-
ville. Johnson Mattress Co., Y. L. B.,
Rom e. Macon Mattress Co mpany, Macon. Metzger Mattress Co., Atlanta. M:J.iner Mattress Compan y, Pearson.

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Ma nn y Mattress Company, Griffin. Pyoral Company, Macon.

Pine Grove Mattress Company,

Rainey Medicine Compa ny,

Pine Grove.

As hburn.

Riverside Manuf acturing Company, Riley & Company, J. B., Macon.

M o u l t ri e.

Southern Specialty Company,

Rome Mattress Co mpany, Rome.

Thomasville.

avanua h Mattress Company, Sa. Swift Specific Company, Atlanta .

v a n n a h.

Willi ams Company, J. B., Quitman.

Simmons Company, Atlanta. Sta r Becl Pillow Compa ny; Gaines-

OIL MILLS

ville.

Acworth Cotton Seed Oil Company,

Trio Mattress Co mpany, Atlanta.

Acworth.

Wilson, W. R., Alma.

Albany Oil Mill Co., Albany .

Wa ycross Mattress Company, W ay- American Cotton Oil Co., Atla nta.

cross.

American Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

MEDICINE MANUFACTURERS

Am erican Cotton Oil Company, Macon.

Albany Serum Company, Albany. Aspirona l L aboratories, Atlanta .

Americus Oil Co mpa ny, Americus. Ashburn Oil Mill Company, As h

Baby Ease, Inc., Atlanta.

burn.

Bell Medi cine Company, Dawson.

Atl..anta Cotton Oil Company, At-

Blosser Company, The, Atlanta .

lanta.

Bradfi eld Regul a tor Company, At- Blackshear Manufa cturing Com-

la nta .



pany, Blackshear.

Camptl10l 'O.ompany, The, Savannah. Boston Oil Mill, Boston.

Cox Medicine Company, Tifton.

Bowden Oil Mill & Fertz. Co .,

Crescent Drug Company, Savannah.

Bowden.

E. E . M. Company, Atlanta.

Buckey e Cotton Oil Co., Atla nta.

Exelento Medicine Company, At- Buck eye Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

lanta.

-

Buck eye Cotton Oil Co ., Macon.

Georgia Medicine Company, Macon. Buford Oil & Fertz. Company,

Georgia Serum Company, Moultrie.

Buford.

''Gets E m'' Co mpany, Tifton.

.'Burke County Oil & F ertz. Company,

Hail e & Company, T. J., Fitzgerald.

Waynesboro.

H earn e, J . A., Burwell.

Calhoun Oil & Fertilizer Co mpany,

Heroline Medi cine Company, At-

Calhoun.

la nta .

C.entra l Oil Company, Maco n.

Hitchcock Medicine Company, At- Cochra n Oil Mill & Ginnery, Coch-

lanta.

ran.

Intra venous Products Company,

Coleman Oil Co., Colema n.

A t la n ta.

Comer Company, E. T ., Millhaven.

J~ckson Medicine Co mpany, Athens. L~ q~1i d Aspirin Company, Dawson.

~

Comer Oil Mill, Comer. Cotton Seed Oil Co mpa ny,

S a v a n-

LIVmgston Medicine Company,

na h.

Griffin.

Coweta Cotton Oil Co., Newna n.

Moffett Medi cine Company, C. J ., Cumming Oil & F ertz. Compa ny,

Co lumbus.

Cumming.

Moultrie Swine Elixer Compa ny

Moultrie.

'

Columbia P eanut Company, Bainbridge .

Newbro Manufacturing Company,

Columbia P eanut O.ompany, Fort

Atlanta.

Gaines.

:Vewnan Medicine Co mpany, New-

nan.

~ ~ese Oh~h a

nMt,edJi.ciTne.,

Co mpany, M aco n.

Hartwell.

Comm erce Oil Mill Compa ny, Comm e r ce.
Camilla P ea nut Mill, Camilla. Central Oil & F ertz. Compa ny, Val-

Punta n Chemical Company, Atlanta.

dosta.

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Dawson Cotton Oi~ Company, Dawson.
Doerun Oil Mill Company, Doerun. Donaldsonville Oil Mill, Donaldson-
vill e. E lberton Oil Mill Company, Elber-
ton. Empire Cotton Oil Mill, Atlanta. Empire Cotton Oil Co ., Blakely. Empire Cotton Oil Company, Cor-
del e. Empire Cotton Oil Company, Dub-
lin. Empire Cotton Oil Company, .Madi-
son. Empire Cotton Oil Co., McRae. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Monticello. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Quitman. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Valdosta. Empire Cotton Oil Co., Vienna. Evans County Oil Mill & Ginnery,
Hagan. Farm ers Cotton Oil & Fertz. Com-
pany, Toccoa. F a rm ers Co tton Oil Compa ny,
Americus. Farm ers Cotton Oil Company, La-
Grange. Farmers Cotton Seed Oil Co., Mar-
tin. Farm ers Oil Mill Company, Royston. Farmers Oil & Fertz. Company,
Lavonia. Fayetteville Oil Mill Company,
Fayetteville. Fitzgerald Cotton Oil Company,
Fitzgerald. Flowery Branch Gin & Oil Co.,
Flowe1y Brauch. Fort Valley - Oil Company, Fort
Valley. Gough Oil & Fertz. Company,
Gough. Grantville Cotton Oil Mill,
Grantville. Griffin Oil Company, Griffin.
Houston Cotton- Oil Company, G1ovania.
Hagan Oil Mill, Hagan.
Hartwell Oil Mill, Hartwell.
Hodgson Oil and Refinery, Athens.
Hodgson Oil and Refinery, Crawford
Hodgson Oil and Refinery, Farmington.

Home Cotton Oil Company, Law. renceville.
Hoschton Cotton Oil Company, Hoschton.
International Vegetabl e Oil Co., Arlington.
International Vegetable Oil Co., Augusta .
International Vegetable Oil Co., Savannah.
Interstate Cotton Oil Company, Augusta.
King Lumber & Oil Company, Unadilla.
La vonia Oil Mill, Lavonia. L ester Ricks Oil Co., Byromville. Louisville Oil Mill, Louisville. Mandeville Oil Malls, Bremen. Mandeville Mills, Carrollton.
Marion Harper Cotton Oil Co ., East Point.
M cDuffie On & Fertz. Company, Thomson.
McNair-Yo ung Company, Wrens. Milledgeville Oil Mill, Milledgeville. Monroe Oil & Fertz. Company, Mon-
roe. Morton Oil Mill Company, Millen. Moultrie Oil & Fe1t z. Company,
Moultrie. McCall Oil Mill, Macon. McKenzie-Lewis Company, Macon. Ocilla Oil & Fertz. Company, Ocilla.

Patrick Oil Mill, Conyers.

P elham Oil & Fertz. Company, Pel-

ham.

~

Planters Cotton Oil Co ., Albany. Planters Cotton Oil Company, Au-
gusta. Pla nters Cotton Oil Co., Tifton.

Pope Manufacturing Co., Washing-

ton.

,

Redwine Cotton Oil Company, Fairburn.
Richland Cotton Oil Company, Richland.
Rome Oil & Fertz. Co., Rome.

Sandersville Cotton Oil Company, Sandersville.
Savannah Oil Mill, Savannah.
Screven Oil Mill Co ., Sylvania.

Southern Cotton Oil Company, Acworth.
Southern Cotton Oil Company, Athens.

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Southerll Cotton Oil Company, At-

lanta.

Southe rn Cotton Oil Co., Augusta.

Southem Cotton Oil Co., Carters-

ville.

Southem Cotton Oil Company, Ce-

d~u town.



South ern Cotton Oil Co., Columbus.

Southern Cotton Oil Company, Com.

merce.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Cordele.

South ern Co tton Oil Co., Dawson.

Sout hern Cotton Oil Co., Dublin.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., F 'orsyth.

South ern Cotton Oil Co., Fort

Grtin es.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Greens-

boro.

Southern Co tton Oil Co., J ackson.

Southern Cotton O_il Co., L avonia.

South ern Cotton Oil Co., Macon.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Madison.

Sou t hern Cotton Oil C'o., Marietta.

Southem Cotton Oil Co., Newnan.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Savannah.

Sout hem Co tton Oil Co., Talbotton.

Sout hern Cotton Oil Co., Warren-

to n.

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Washing-

ton.

South ern Cotton Oil Co., :Waynes-

boro.

Summervill e Co tton Oil Co., Sum-

merville.

Swift a nd Company Oil Mill, Au-

gusta.

Swift ~ncl Company Oil Mill, East

Pomt.

Swift and Company, Albany.

Sylvania Oil Mill Co., Sylvania.

Templ e Cotton Oil Co., Temple.

Th ompson Investment Company,

Thomson.

Trio Peanut Oil Company, Arling.

to n.

Union Cotton Oil Company, Fitz-

gerald.

pso n County Oil Mill Co., Thoma s

to n.

Valdosta Oil Mill Company, Val-

dosta.

Vidalia Cotton Oil ' Mill Company

Vidalia .

'

Villa _Rica Cotton Oil Company,

V1lla Rica.



Virginia P eanut Mill, Camilla.

Washington Cotton Oil Company, Tennille.
Wla lker Brothers, No . 1, Griffin.
Walker Brothers, No. 2, Griffin. Washington Cotton Oil Compa ny,
Sandersville. "Wind er Oil Mill, Winder. Woodbury Oil Mill, Woodbury. Woodstock Oil & Fertz. Compa ny,
Woodsto ck.
PACKING PLANTS
Allied Pack ers, Incorporated, Macon.
Armour & Compa ny, Tifton. Augusta Packing Plant, Augusta. Armour Packing Plant, Valdosta. Bullochvill e P acking Co., States-
boro. David Davis and Company, Bruns-
w i ck. Dublin Packing Company, Dublin. L a Gra nge Packing Plant, L a Grange. Morris and Company, Atlanta. Morris a nd Company, Augusta.. Ocilla P acking Company, Ocilla. Rutland P acking Pla nt, LaGra nge. Savannah Aba ttoir & P acking Co.,
Savannah. Swift and Company, Moultrie. South Atlantic P acking & Provi-
sion Co., Sava nnah. Swift and Company, Augusta.
Wihite Provision Company, Atlanta.
POWER PLANTS
Alamo Light Compa ny, Alamo. :Ashburn Water and Light Company,
Ashburn. Athens R.ailway & Electric Com.
pany, Athens. Abbeville Electric Light & Power
Co., Abbeville. Bainbridge Power Company, Bain-
b ridge. Banks Construction Company, St.
Mary's. Baxley Light & Water Works, Bax-
ley. Brewer & Martin, Hinesville.
Butler Light & Power Co mpa ny, Butler.
Bak er Couty Power Pla nt, Elmodel.
Ba k er County Power Co., Newton.

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Cairo Light and Water Plant, Cairo.
Canton Light Co mpa ny, Canton.
Centml Georgia Power Company, J ackson.
Chapman, 0. K., Jeffersonville. Chattooga River Power Co., Lyerly. Chestatee Pyrites & Chemical Co.,
Dahlonega . City Elect1ic P lant, ManchesteL City Light Plant, Abbeville. City Lighting Plant, Adel. City Lighting P lant, Manchester. City Lighting Plant, Oglethorpe. City Lighting Plant, Rochelle. 'City of Adrian, Adrian. City of Arlington, Arlington.
City of Bainbridge, Bainbridge. City of Bla cksh ear, Blackshear. City of Bowden, Bowden. City of Bremen, Bremen. City of Brooklet, Brooklet . City of Buena Vista, Buena Vista. Cit~' of Cart ersville, Cartersville. City of Cochmn, Cochran. City of Colquitt, Colquitt. City of Commerce, Commerce. City of Coolidge, Coolidge. City of Cuthbert, Cuthbert.
City of Dalton, Dalton. City of Da rien, Darien. City of Doe1un, Doerun. City of Dublin, Dublin. City of Edison, Edison. City of Elberton, Elberton. City of Ellaville, Ellavi1le. City of Greensboro, Greensboro. City of Griffin, Griffin. City of Hawkinsville, Hawkinsville. City of LaG1ange, LaGrange. City Publi c Wol'lcs, Louisville. City of Madison, Ma dison. City of Meigs, Meigs. City of Metter, Metter. City Light and Water Plant, Mid-
ville. City of Millen, Millen. City of Milltown, Milltown. City of Monroe, Monro e. 'City of Nashville, Nashville. City of orman Park, Norman
Park. City of Ocilla, Ocilla. City of Pavo, Pavo. City of Quitman, Quitman. City of Sanders ville, Sandersville.

City of Shelman, Shelman.

City of Sparks, Sparks.

City of Stillmore, Stillmore.

City of Swainsboro, Swainsboro.

City of Sylvania, Sylvania.

City of Ta llapoosa, Tallapoosa.

City of Thomasville, Thomasvill&

City of Vienna, Vienna.



City of Washington, Washington.

City of Waynesboro, Waynesboro.

City of Winder, Winder.

City of Wrightsville, Wrightsville.

City Water a nd Light Plant, Boston.

City Water and Light Plant, Dawson.
City Water and Light Plant, LaFayette.
City Water and Light Plant, Pearson.
Claxton Electric Company, Claxton. Climax Light and Power Company,
Climax.
Columbus Power Compa ny, Columbus.

City Water and Light Plant, Ashburn.
Cochran Light and Water Plant, Cochran.
City Light and Water Plant, Jesup. City of Blue Ridge, Blue Ridge. City of Guyton, Guyton. City of .Springfield, Springfield.
City of Statesboro, Statesboro. City of McRae, McRae.

Cochran, B. W., Palmetto. City of Blakely, Blakely. City of Douglasville, Douglasville. Dallas Utility Company, Dallas. D emorest Light & Power Company,
Demo rest. Donalsonville Light & Wate1

Plant, Do!J.alsonville. Douglas Electric Light Plant,
Douglas. Ellijay Light and Power Company,
Ellijay. Fitzgerald Water, Light & Bond
Commission, Fitzgerald. Fort Valley Electric Plant, Fort . Valley. Folkston Lighting Company, Folks-

ton. Georgia-Alabama Power Company,
Albany.

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Georgia-Ala bama Power Co., F ort Gaines.
Augusta-Aiken Railway & Eleetrie Corp., Augusta.
Geo rgia Power Company, Ba rnesvill e.
Geo rgia P nblie Service Co., O.o1dele. Geo rgia Public Service Co., Tifton. Georgia Railway & Power Compa ny,
Atlanta. Georgia Railway & Power Company,
Carrollton.
ville. Georgia Railway & Power Compa ny,
G a i n e s v ill e. Georgia Railway & Power Compa ny,
H a r t w ell.
Geo rgia Railway & Power Company, Tallulah F alls.
Ge01gia .Carolina a nd Power Co m-
pany, Athens. Georgia & Southern Utilities, E ast
man. Greenville Wate r & Light Co.,
G1 ee nvill e. Hal1ira E lectric Light Company,
Hahira. Homerville Ligh t & Water Com-
pany, Homerville. Houser Bros., Dawsonville. Hazelhurst Electric Light Plant,
Hazelhurst. La ne, Trundle & McL ain, Ringgold. Lowe, T. J ., Ma belton. Lumpkin Light P la nt, Lumpkin.
Macon Gas Company, Macon. Marshallville Light & Power Com-
mission, Marshallville. McRae E lectri c Power Plant, Me
Rae. Montezum a Light & Power Compa ny, Montezuma. Municipal Light & Power P lant,
Blakely. Municipal Light & Power Co.,
Blue R-idge. Municipal Light & Power Co.,
Cedartown. Municipal Light & Power Co.,
Statesboro. Municipal Water & Light Plant,
Camilla. Mu nicipal Water & Light Plant,
Douglasville. Municipal Water & Light Plant,
Moultrie.

Municipal Light & Wate r Compa ny,

Brunswick.

Municipal Light P la nt, Sparta.

Municipal Power Plant, Dublin.

Newnan Li:ght & Power Company,

ewna n.

Oconee Electric Co mpany, Milledge.

ville.

Panola Power Company, Co nyers.

Panola Power Company, Lithonia.

P embroke Light & Water Co., Pem

broke.



Putnam Mills & Power Company,

Eatonton.

Ri chland Electric Light Pla nt,

Richla nd.

Rome Railway & Light Company,

Rom e .

Rochelle Power Pla nt, Ro chelle.

Sava nn a h Elect ric Company, Savan-

nah.

Savannah Lighting Company, Sa.

vannah.

Smith, J. G., McDonough .

Spa rta Electric Plant, Sparta.

Springfield Light & Water Com

pany, Springfi eld.

Summerville Electric Light Com

pany, Summ erville.

Sylvester Water & Light Company,

Sylvester.

Th omson Light & Wate r Company,

Thomson

Toccoa Falls Light' & Power Co.,

Toccoa.

Toccoa Light Plant, Toccoa.

Towaliga Falls Power Company,

Griffin .

Towaliga Falls Power Co., Jackson.

Town of Whigham, Whigham.

Twin City Light Commission, Gray-

mont. Valdosta Lighting Company, Val

dosta.

Villa R-ica Electric Light & Power

Co., Villa Rica.

Wadley Electric Light Plant, Wad.

ley. Ware County Light & Power Com-

pany, Waycross.

Wa rrenton Light & Power Co mpa ny,

v.ra rrenton.

Water and Light Co mmission , Mon.

ro e. Water and Light Commission, P el-

ham.

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Willacoo chee Light Plant; Willacoo c he e.
Woodbury Light Plant, Woodbury. Waynesboro Electric Light Plant,
Waynesboro. Zachery Brothers, Harlem.
TEXTILLE MILLS Acworth Cotton Mills, Acworth. Adams Cotton Mills, Macon. Aldora Mills, Barnesville. American Textile Company, Atco. Anchor Duck Mills, Rome. Aragon Mills, Aragon. Arnall Mills, Sargent. Athens Manufacturing Company,
Athens. Atlanta Hosiery Mills, Atlanta. Atlanta Woolen Mills, Atlanta. Augusta Factory, Augusta. Barnes Knitting Mills, Cedartown. Barrow County Cotton Mills, Winder. Berryton Cotton Mills, Berryton. Bibb Mfg. Co., No. 1, Macon. Bibb Manufacturing Company, No 2,
Macon. Bibb Mfg. Company, (Crown Mill),
Macon. Bibb Mfg. Company, (Knitting),
Macon. Bibb Mfg. Company, (Payne Mill),
Macon. Bibb Mfg. Company, Columbus. Bibb Mfg. Company, (Porterdale
Mill ), Porterdale. Bibb Mfg. Company, (Osprey Mill),
Porterdale. Bibb Mfg.. Company, (Taylor Mill),
:J;teynolds. Bradley Manufacturing Company,
Columbus. Bowen-Crews Company, Athens. Calhoun Yarn Mills, Ca-lhoun. Canton Cotton Mills, Canton. Capps Manufacturing Company,
Toccoa. Carhart Cotton Mills, Elberton. Ca-rtersville Mills, Inc., Catersville. Cedartown Cotton & Export Co., No.
1, Cedartown. Cedartown Cotton & Export Co., No.
2, Cedartown. Cherokee Hosiery Mills, Rome. Climax Hosiery Mills, Athens. Cochran Cotton Mills Co., Cochran. Collier )fills, Inc., Barnesville.

Columbu~ Manufacturing Co., Columbus.
Consolidated Textile Corp., La . F ayette.
Con olidated Textile Corp., Pelham. Couch Cotton Mills, Inc., Thomson. Couch Cotton Mills, Inc., East Point. Covington Mills, Covington. Crawford Cotton Mills, Athens. Crown Cotton Mills, No. 1, Dalton. Crown Cotton Mills, No. 2, Dalton. Crystal Springs Bleachery, Chica-
mauga. Dallas Hosiery Mills, Dallas. Dalton Hosiery Mills, Dalton. Dixie Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Douglas Hosiery Mills, Douglaaville. Dunson Mills, LaGrange. Eagle and Phenix Mills, Columbus. Eastman Cotton Mills, Eastman. East Newnan Cotton Mills, Newnan. Eatonton Cotton Mills, Eatonton. E chota Cotton Mills, Calhoun. Echota Cotton Mills, No. 2, Rome. Elk Cotton Mills, Dalton. Elm City Cotton Mills, LaGrange. Ensign Cotton Mills, Forsyth.
Enterprise Manufacturing Co., Augusta.
Exposition Cotton Mills, Atlanta. Fitzgerald Cotton Mills, Fitzgerald. Flynt River Cotton Mills, Albany. Forsyth Cotton Mills, Forsyth. Forsyth Hosiery Mills, Forsyth. Fort Valley Cotton Mills, Fort Val-
ley. Fort Valley Knitting Mills, Fort
Vall ey. Fuller Knitting Mills, Villa Rica. Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills, At-
lanta. Gainesville Cotton Mills, Gainesville. Gate City Cotton Mills, East Point. Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 1, Griffi.L Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 2, Griffin. Georgia Cotton Mills, No. 3, Griffin. Georgia Duck and Cordage Mills,
Scottdale. Georgia Manufacturing Company,
White Hall. Georgia Manufacturing Company,
Columbus. Globe Cotton Mills, Augusta. Grantville Cotton Mills, Grantville. Grantville Hosiery Mills, Grantville.

6G

Griffin Hosiery Mills, Griffin.

Grifl"in Man ufacturing Company,

Griffin.

Habersham Mills, Habersham.

Hampton Cotton Mills, H ampton.

Harmony Grove Cotton Mills, Com-

mer ce.

Hartwell lllills, Hartwell.

Henderson Manufacturing Company,

H a m p ton .

Henry Cotton Mills, Hawkinsville.

High Shoals Manufacturing Com-

pany, High Shoals.

Hill ide Cotton Mills, LaGrange.

Hu tc-heson Manufacturing Co., Ban-

ning.

Imperial Cotton Mills, Eatonton.

Internati onal Cotton Mills, Hogans-

ville.

International Cotton Mills, LaGrange.

J efrerson Cotton Mills, J effer son.

Jewell Cotton Mills Co., J ewell.

Jonesboro Manufacturing Co., Jones-

boro.

Juli ette Cotton Mills, Juliette;

Kenne aw Hosiery Mills, Marietta.

Kin ca id Knitting Mills, Griffin.

Kincaid Manufacturing Co., No. 1,

Grffin .

Kincaid Ma nufacturing Co., No. 2,

Griffffin.

King )fanufacturing Co., Jno. P .,

Augusta.

LaFayette Cotton Mills, LaFayette.

Lavon ia Cotton Mfg. Company,

Lavoni a.

Lawrenceville Mills, Lawrenceville.

Liberty Cotton Mills, Dallas.

Little River Mills, Woodstock.

Lois 'otton Mills, Douglasville.

:\Ialli on Braided Cord Co., Athens.

Manchester Cotton Mills, Manchester.

Manchester Manufacturing Co., Ma-

co n.

Mandeville Mills, Carrollton.

Mari etta Knitting Company, Mari -

etta.

:\Iarietta :\Ianufacturing Company,

Mari etta.

:\Ierck Hosiery Mills, B. H., Acworth.

Martel lllanufacturing Company,

Eagan.



MaryLe ila Cotton Mi ll s, Greensboro.

:'lias achusetts Mills in Georgia, Lin-

dale.

)~cintosh Mill s, Newna n. ) fer itas Mill s, Columbus. )1ilstead l\Ifg. Co., Milst ead. Mitchell Hosiery Co., Columbus. Monroe Cotton Mills, Monr oe. Mor eland Knitting Mill , Moreland. Moultrie Cotton Mills, Moultrie. :rl'fuscogee Man ufacturing Compa ny,
Colu mbus. New11an Cotton Mill s, Newnan. Newnan Hosiery Mills, Newnan. Pacolet Manufacturing Co., New Hol-
land. Palmetto Cotton Mills, Palmetto. Park Cotton Mills, LaGrange. P ark Woolen Mills, Rossville. Peerless Cotton Mills, Thomaston. Peerless Woolen Mills, Rossville. Pepperton Cotton Mills, Jackson. Perkins Hosiery Mills, Columbus. Piedmont Cotton Milis, Egan.
Pitts Cotton Mfg. Company, Elberton. Poulan Co~ton Mills, Poulan. Princeton Man ufacturing Co., Athens. Richmond Hosiery Mills, Rossville. Ri ver side Mills, Augu.sta. Rome Hosiery Mills, Rome.
Rome Manufacturing Co., Carter sville.
Roswell Manufacturing Co., No. 1, Roswell.
Roswell :\1anufa cturing Co., No. 2, Ros\Yell.
Rushton Cotton Mills, Gr iffin. Scottdale Mills, Scottdale. Sibley Ma nufacturing Company, Au-
gusta. Singleton Silk Mfg. Co., Augusta. Smi t h Cotton Mills, Douglasville. Socia l Circle Cotton Mills, Social
Circle. Sou thland Knitting Mills, Macon.
South ern Ma nufacturing Company, Athens.
Sou t hern Press Cloth :\'Ifg. Company, Aug u st a .
Spalding Kn itting Company, Griffin.
St a nd ard Cotton Mills, Cedartown. Star Thread Mills, Athens. Strickland Cotton Mills, Valdosta. Summ er ville Cotton Mills, Summ er -
,ille. , uth erl a ncl )fa nufacturing Co., Au-
gusta.

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Swift Manufacturing Company, Co- DeLuxe Shirt Mfg. Company, .At-

lumbus.

lanta.

Swift Spinning Mills, Columbus.

Dublin Overall F actoty, Dublin.

Tallapoosa Mills, Tallapoosa.

Economy Manufacturing Company,

Thomaston Cotton Mills, Thomaston.

Sa va.n na h.

Trio Manufacturing Company, For- Entcrpl"ise Manufa cturing Company,

syth.

Atla ntn .

Trion Company, the, Trion.

Gate City Manufacturing Company,

Tifton Cotton Mills, Tifton.

Atlanta.

Tilton Son.s, G. H., Savannah.

Globe Manufacturing Company,

Toccoa Cotton Mills, Toccoa.

Savannah.

Union Manufacturing Company,

Hamilton Ca rhart Company, At-

Union Point.

lanta .

Unity Cotton Mills, LaGrange.

H a:pp Brothers, Macon.

Unity Spinning Mills, LaGrange.

Harper Manufacturing Company,

Valley Waste Mills, LaGrange.

Rom e.

_ Villa Rica Hosiery Mills, Villa Rica. Head -McMahan, Athens.

Walker County Hosiery Mills, LaFayette.
Walton Cotton Mills Company, Mon-

Hardin Manufacturing Company, Atlanta.
Jewell Shirt Company, Atlanta.

roe.

Jobbers Manutacturing Co., Gaines-

Western Reserve Cotton Mills, Quit-

ville.

man.

Kirschner, J., Savannah.

Western Reserve Cotton Mills, Millen, Whitehall Yarn Mill, Whitehall. Whittier Mills Company, Chattahoo-
chee. Willingham Cotton Mills, Macon. Yates Bleachery, Flin.stone.

L. a nd L. Manufacturing Company, Atlanta.
Loeb, Marcus anil Company, Atla nta.
Mill er Manufacturing Co., C. R.,
Macon .

READY-'1'0-WEAR GARMEN"l'S

Ma.rks, Mrs. Ray , Macon. Mincey Manufacturing Company,

.Alexander Brothers Company, Savan-

Gai ne.sville.

n~.

' Mitchell Manufacturing Company,

.All Star Manufacturing Company, .At-

Atlanta.

lanta.

Mohr & Sons, L., Savannah.

Bell Overall Company, Gainesville. Monarc'h Overall Mfg. Company, At-

Bell Ma.nufacturing Company, Win-

lanta.

der.

National Overa.JJ Company, Com-

Breen Skirt Manufacturing Co., .At-

merce.

lanta.

Novelty Hat Manufacturing Com-

Big Shirt Manufacturing Company,

pany, Atlanta.

Athens. Carhart Overall Factory, Elberton.

Nunnally & McRae, .Atlanta. Paramount Manufacturing Company,

Carhart Overall Factory, Atlanta.

Atlanta.

Clarke, .A. H., Valdosta.

Pioneer Manufacturing Company, .At-

Climax Overall Company, Winder.

lanta.

Collier Mills, Inc., Barnesville.

Princess Manufacturing Company,

Commerce Overall Company, Com-

Atlanta.

m e r ce.

Quality Shirt Manufacturing Co.,

Crescent Manufacturing Company,

Savannah .

.Atlanta.

Queen Quality Shirt Mfg. Company,

Couch Cotton Mills, Inc., East Point.

Atlanta.

Collier Manufacturing Company,

Ready-to-Wear Manufacturing Com-

Macon.

pany, Atlanta.

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Reliable )!anufacturing Company, Atlanta.
Robin son Shirt Company, Atlanta. Rom e Manufacturipg Company, Cartersville. Rome :llianufacturnig Compa.ny, Rome. mith Ma nufacturing Company. Dalton.
Southern Overall Company, Columbu s .
Southern State Garm~nt Company, .Atlanta.
United Manufacturing Company, Atlanta.
Uni ted woolen Company, Cordele. Wender Skirt Manufacturing Co.,
Atlanta. Winder Manufacturing Company, (
' Vinder.
SHIPBUILDING PLANTS
Georgia Shipbuilding Company, Sava.nnaJ1.
National Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Savannah.
'outhland Steamship Co., Savannah. 'l'erry Shipbuilding Corp., Sa,annah. U. S. :Ma ritime Corp., Brunswick.
VELVET BEAN MILLS
Adel Ginning and Trading Company, A del.
Arlington :llianufacturing Co., Arli ngton.
Ben Hi ll, T he Company, Fitzgerald. Bowden Velvet Bean Mill, Bowden. Buena Vista Milling Compa ny, Buena
Vista. Bald\\'in, A. J., Dawson. Carr ollton Ve lvet Bean Mill, Carroll-
ton. Conn or, W. C., Sylvester. Cowa.rt, Walter, Union City.
Chapman, G. W ., Hazlehurst.
David, H. A., Montezuma. ,
DeLoach, 0. R., Claxton. Edi son Milling Company, Edison. Fender, J. F loyd, Jr., Valdosta. Franklin, H. M., Tennille. Georgia Products Company, Milledge-
. ville. Hall, R. L ., Newton.

Jon es F louring Mi ll, M. F., Metter. Lumpkin Milling Company, Lump-
kin. Mallet & Ball, Jackson. :Maxwell, 0 . N., Danville. Metcalf Milling Company, Camilla. Mi lledgeville Products Company,
Milledgeville. Mi lner, , V. S., Eastman. Moultrie Mill & E levator Company,
Mou lt ri e. Oliver & Son, W . C., Lyons. Phelps, D. A., Poulan . Pope, J. T., Dublin. Prater, W. H .. Dalton . Strickl a nd Mill, Concord. Sylvester Milling Company, Sylveat.r. Thomasville Elevator Company,
Thomas ville. Varn and W'alker, Hazlehurst. Walker Brother s, Griffin. Wrens Mi ll ing Company; Wren a.
CREAMERIES
Augusta Creamery, Augusta. Ashburn Cr eamery, .Ashburn. .Athens Creamery, .Athens. Columbus Cr eamery, Columbus. Dalton Creamery, Dalton. Eatonton Creamery, Eatonton. Hawkinsvi lle Cr eamery, Hawkins-
ville. Moultrie Creamery, Moultrie. Rome Cr eamery, Rome. Statesboro Creamery, Statesboro.
MISCELLANEOUS
Alco F eed Mills, .Atlanta. Ameri can Beverage & Sy rup Com-
pany, Atlanta. Am eri can Ca n Company, Atlanta. American -Eu ropean Art Glass Co.,
Atlanta. .American Cement & Paint Company,
Rossville. Atlanta Auto Top & Trimming Co.,
.Atlanta. Atlanta Cone Company, .Atlanta. Atlanta E nvelope Company, Atlanta. Atlanta Rubber Stamp & Stencil
Company, Atlanta.
Atlanta Tent' & Awning Co., Atlanta.
Atlanti c Paper & P ulp Co., Savanna h.
Attapulgus Clay Co., Attapulgus.

.Atlantic Refining Company, Brunswick
Augusta Cream-Sizing Company, Augusta.
Badgett, Mays, Atlanta. Bailey Coffee Company, J. H., Macon. Ball Manufacturing Company, S. W.,
Winder. Barnett, W. 0. Company, Macon. Bennett Rubber Stamp & Seal Co.,
Atlanta. Bennett Stamp & Printing Company,
Atlanta. Billingslee, W. W., Macon. Bingham & Sons, Samuel, Atlanta. Blue Spring Dye & Finishing Co.,
Cedartown. Buford Manufacturing Company,
Buford. Burke Company, the J. W ., Macon. Brunswick Creosoting Company,
B r u n swick. Cargill, J. Ralston, Americus. Carrollton Roller Covering Company,
Carrollton. Chandler Sons, F. 0., Savannah. Chason & Company, J. D., Bain-
bridge. Columbia Peanut Company, Bain-
bridge. Columbia Peanut Company, Fort
Gaines. Columbi a Peanut Company, Camilla. Columbia Peanut Company, Savan-
nah. Columbus Coffee Company, Columbus.
Columbus Truck and Supply Company, Columbus.
Cooledge & Sons, F. J., Inc., Atlanta. Cooperative Cheese Factory, Cleve-
land. Cotton State Tent Co., Atlanta.
Curry, A. S., Climax.
Copico Manufacturing Company, Thomasville.
Decatur Lumber Company, Bainbridge.
Diamond Hold Fast Rubber Company, Atlanta.
Dixie Laboratories, Atlanta.
Dixie Roll and Cotton Company, Macon.
Dixie Seal and Stamp Works, Atlanta. Dorsey, W. F., Leo.

Do s Rubber & Tire Company, Atlanta.
Dowman-Dozier Manufacturing Company, Atlanta.
Dalton Che.ese Factory, Dalton. Elmgren Boat Company, B. T., Sa-
vannah. Everett, 0. C., Sylvania. Euharlee Cheese Factory, Cartersville. Floding, W. E., Atlanta. Floyd Brothers, Atlanta. Foote & Davies, Atlanta. Frederick Disinfectant Company, At-
lanta. Five Forks Cheese Factory, Carters-
ville. Georgia Creosoting Co., Inc., Bruns-
\viclc Georgia Cushion & Wrapper Co.,
Woodland. Georgia Rosin Products Company,
Brunswick Giles, A. B., Tallapoosa. General Rosin Products Company,
Brun swi ck. Georgia Fullers Earth Company,
Lumpkin. Georgia Roller Covering Mfg. Com-
pany, Griffin. Georgia Soap Company, Jackson. Hall, W. H., Palmetto.
Hanger Inc., J. E., Atlanta Hardaway-Cargill Company, Colum
bus. Hercules Powder Company, Bruns-
wick. Hilburn, C. A., Macon. Huell Manufacturing Co., H. H .,
Winder Jefl"erson Manufacturing Company,
Savannah . Johnson-Curtis Company, Atlanta.
Jordan Manufacturing Company, Monticello.
Kuster Manufacturing Company, Cedartown.
Liberty Lumber Company, Bainbridge.
Linde Air Products Company, Atla nta .
Liquid Carbonic Company, Atlanta.
Loyd & Crimmins, Macon.
McMillan l\Ietal Company, Savan- nab.

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McElroy Art. Limb Company, At-

lanta.



Miller Manufacturing Company,

Bainbridge.

Monarch Manufacturing Company,

Atlanta.

Montag Brothers, Inc., Atlanta.

Morgan & Son, I. D., Tifton.

Muscogee Roll & Cotton Co., Macon.

Muscogee Roll & Cotton Company,

Columbus.

McLaugnlin, J. A., Jesup.

Murray Manufacturing Company,

Newnan.

Moore Manufacturing Company, L. L.,

Winder.

Meaders, C. J., Cleveland.

National Paper Company, Atlanta.

National Pencil Company, Atlanta.

Newnan Roller Plate Covering Co.,

Newnan.

Noble Manufacturing Company,

Cedartown.

O'Connor Schwears Paint Company,

Augusta.

Paper Products Company, Cedartown.

P erfect Pea Picker Co., Hartwell.

P erfection Canopy Company, Atlanta.

Prest-O-Lite Company, Atlanta.

Purity Products Company, Macon.

Pyntree Paper Company, Gordon.

Pimento Factory, Moultrie.

Rinker Dease Manufacturing Co.,

Augu st a .



Rosenfeld Company, Atlanta.

Richardson Company, Cartersville.

Savannah Bag Company, Savannah.

Sea I sland Cotton Gin Co., Vidalia.

Shambow Shuttle Company, Blue

Ridge.

Shaw, Collins & Sons, Statesboro.

Sheats Stock Tonic, Winder.

Sikes Hay Press Company, Ocilla.

Smith Manufacturing Company,

Dalton.

Southern Stock Food Co., Atlanta.

Sout hern Tire and Rubber Co., Au-

gusta.

Southern Upholstering Co., Atlanta.

Spratling, J. H., Macon.

Standard Tag Co., Augusta. Standard Tent & Awning Co., Atlanta. Stevens Engraving Company, J. P.,
Atlanta. Swift & Company, Refinery, Atlanta.

Strickland & Hughes, Calhoun. Standard Chemical Company, Sum-
merville. Smith-Newnan Mfg. Co., McDonough. Thompson-Weinan & Company, Car-
tersville. Thompson, A. J ., Fairbum. Tripod Paint Company, Atlanta. Valberg, F. L., Atlanta. Walker Wood Products Company,
Valdosta. Webb and Vary, Atlanta. Wilder Bee Hive Plant, Waycross. Woodcraft Company, Atlanta. Warren Company, the, Atlanta. Woolfolk, J. W., Fort Valley. World Manufacturing Company, At-
lanta.
NEWSPAPERS, DAILY (MOST OF THE DAILY PAPERS PRliNT WEEKLY 'EDITIONS)
Americus Times-RecordeJ". Athens Banner-Herald. Albany Herald. Atlanta Constitution. Atlanta Geo1gian. Atlanta Journal. Augusta Chronicle. Brunswick News. Columbus Enquirer-Sun. Columbus Ledger. Cordele Dispatch. Dublin Courier-Herald. Griffin N ews & Sun. LaGrange ReporteJ". Macon News. Macon Telegraph. Moultrie Observer. Rome News. Rome Tribune-Herald. Savannah Morning News. Savannah Press. Thomasville Tim es-Enterpris e. Tifton Gazette. Valdosta Times. Waycross Journal-Herald.
WEEKLY ( SOME OF THE PA PERS BELOW P RINT OFTENER THAN ONCE EACH WEEK)
Abbeville Chronicle. Acworth, Four County Post. Adel ews. Al:nno, Wheeler County Eagle.

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Alma Times.
Arlington, Calhoun County Courier. Alpha1etta Free Press. Ashburn, Wiregrass Farmer. Atlanta, Searchlight.
Bainbridge, Post Searchlight. Bamesville N ews-Gazette. Baxley News & Banner. Blackshea r Times. Blak ely, E arly County News.
Blue Ridge Summit-Post. Boston, South Georgian. Bowden Bulletin. Blairsville, Mountain Echo. Braselton Booster.
Bremen Gateway. Bucha nan Tribune. Buena Vista, Marion County Pat-
riot. Buford Adverti er.
Butler Herald. Byromville H erald. Cairo Messenger. Calhoun Tim es. Camilla Enterprise. Canton, Cherok ee Advance. Ca rnesville H erald. Carrollton, Carroll F1ee Press. Carrollton, Carroll County Times. Ca rtersville, Ba rtow Tribune. Cedartown Standard. Cha tsworth Times. Clarkesville, Tri-County Advertiser. ( hxton Enterprise. Cleveland Couri er. Cochran Journa l. Coll ege Park ews. Colquitt, Miller County Liberal. Colquitt Sun. Columbus, Muscogee County Star. Comer News. Co mm er ce News. Commerce Observer . Conyers Times. Covington News.
Com elia Enterprise. Crawfordville, Advocate-Democrat. Cumming, Forsyth County Herald. Cumming, North Georgian. Cuthb ert L eader. Cuthbert Liberal Enterprise. Da llas New Era. Dalton, North Georgia Citizen. Dn hlon ega Nugget. Danielsville Monitor. Dawson News.

Da wsonvill e, Cosmopolite. Da rien H era ld. Decatur, DeKa lb New Era. Doerun Cou rier. Donaldsonville News. Dougla s Enterprise. Douglas, Coffee County Progress. Douglasville, Douglasville County
Sentinel. Eastman Tim es-Jouma l. East Point, Suburban Reporter.

Eatonton Messenger. Edison N ews. Elberton Star. Ellaville, Schley County News. Ellijay Times and Courier.

Fairburn, Campbell News. Fayetteville News. Fitzgerald Herald. Fitzgerald Leader-Enterprise. Folkston, Charlton County Herald. For yth, Monroe Adver tiser. Ft. Gaines, Southwest Georgian. Ft. Valley, Leader -Enterprise.
Franklin News & Banner.

Gainesville Eagle. Gainesville Herald. Gainesville News. Gibson Record. Gray, Jones County News. Greensboro Herald-Journal. Greenvill e, Meriwethe,- Vind icator.

Hamilton Journal. Harlem, Columbi a NPws.

Hartwell Sun. Hawkinsville Di spatch & News Hazlehurst News-Enterprise.

Hinesville, Liberty County Herald. Hoboken, Brantley County News.

Homer, Ba nks County Herald. Homerville, Clinch County News.

Hoschton News. Irwinton Bulletin. Jackson Progress-Argus. Jasper, Picken s County Progress. Jefferson, Jackson Herald.

Jeffer sonville, Twiggs County Citizen

Jesup Sentinel.

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J onesboro News. Knoxville Post. LaFayette, Wa-lker County Me.ssen

ger. LaGrange Graphic.

LaGrange Shuttle. La,onia Times-Gauge.

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Lawrenceville, Gwinnett Journal. Lawrenceville, News-Herald. Leesburg, Lee County Journal. Lexington, Oglethorpe Echo. Lincolnton, Lincolnton Journal. Lithonia Journal. Louisville News & Farmer. Lumpkin Independent. Lyons Progress. McDonough Advertiser. McDonough, Henry County -Weekly. McRae, Telfair Enterprise. Madison, Madisonian. ~ian chester Mercury. )iarietta Journal & Courier. Marietta, Cobb County Times. Maysville Enterprise. Meigs Brick Bat. )!letter Advertiser.
Milledgeville News. ~filledgevill e Union Recorder. Millen New,s. ~Iilltown, Lanier County News. Millwood News. Mouroe, Walton News. ~Ionroe, Walton Tribune. Montezuma Georgian. Monticello News. ~It. Vernon, Montgomery Monitor. Nahunta Ba nner. Nashville Herald. Newnan Herald. Newton, Ba)<er County News Ocilla Star. Oglethorpe, Macon County Citizen. Pavo News. Pearson Tribune. Pelh am Journal. Pem broke Enterprise. Perry, Houston Horne Journal. Qui tman Advertiser. Qui tman Free Press.

Reidsville, Tattnall Journal.

Richland News.

Ringgold, Catoosa R:ecord.

Roberta, Crawford County News.

Rochelle New Era.

Rockmart News.

Rockmart Free Press~

Royston Record.

Sardis, Brian Creek Bulletin.

Sandersville Progress.

St. Mary's Southeast Georgian.

Soperton News.

Sparks Eagle.

Sparta Ishmaelite.

Sparta Tribune.

Springfield Herald.

Statesboro, Bulloch Times & News.

Summervill e News.

Swainsboro Forest-Blade.

Sylvania Telephone.

Sylvester, Worth County Local.

Talbotton New Era.

Tallapoosa Journal.

Thoma,ston Times.

Thomasville Press.

Thomson, McDuffie P 2'ogress.

Thomson, Columbia Sentinel.

Toccoa Record.

Trenton, Dade County Times.

Vidalia Advance.

Vienna News.

Warrenton Clipper.

Washington News-Reporter.

Watkinsville, Oconee Enterprise.

Waynesboro True Citizen.

West Point News.



Willacoochee Times.

Winder News.

Wrens, J efferson Reporter.

Wrightsville, Headlight.

Zebulon, Pike County Times-Journal.

Young Harris/ Advertiser.

STATE LABOR BUREAUS IN THE UNITED STATES.

Location

Title

Chief Officer

Address
'\

DAliastbraimctao_f__C_o__l_u_m__b_i_a____ Arkansas __ _____ ______

Department of Labor______ __________ _____________ BChuirledaWu eolffaLraebDoerp&arSttmaetinstti-c--s-__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_--_~_-_-_-__--_-_-__-

James J. Davis ________
Mrs. L. B. Bush__ ___ __ T. A. Wilson________ ___

Washington. Montgomery. Little Rock.

California ____ _______ ._ Colorado_______ ____ ___

Bureau of Labor Statistics ___________ ___ ___ __ ____ Bureau of Labor Statistics ___ __ _____ __ ___ _____ ___

Will J . French__ ____ ___ Carl DeLochte ____ __ __

San Francisco. Denver.

I~I-

Connecticut__ ________ Bureau of Labor & Factory Inspection _____ __ ___ WilliamS. Hyde ___ ____

Delaware ____ ___ ______ Labor Commission____________ _______ _____________ Irving Warner_ _____ __ _

Florida______ __ ____ __ __ Cieorgia__ __ ____ _____ __

SDteaptaerLtmabeonrt IonfsCpeocmtmore-r-c-e- -a-n--d--L-a-b-o-r-_--__-_- _-_- _-_-_--__- -__-

Lewis W. Zim___ ____ __ H . M. Stanley___ ______

Idaho __ _____ ____ __ ____ Illinois ______ __________

Commissioner of Immigration, Labor & Statistics_ W. J. McVety__________ Department of Labor_ ____ ____ _____ ______ _________ Cieorge P. Arnold _____

Indiana_____ _____ _____ Iowa ____ _________ _____

Industrial Board __ _______________________________ Bureau of Labor Statistics _______ ___ _________ ____

Samuel R. Artman___ _ A. L. Urick ______ _____ _

J{ansas _________ ____ __ Department of Labor and Industry ___ __________ _ W. L. Huggins_.__ ____ _

ICentucky________ _____ Department of Agriculture, Labor & Statistics __ W. C. Hanah _____ ___ __

Louisiana______ ___ ____ Bureau of Labor & Industrial Statistics ______ ___ Frank E . Wood________

Maine ____________ _____ Maryland _____ ____ __ __

Department of Labor & State Board of Labor &

IndustrY ------- ~ -------
Statistics _____ ______ _____

Roscoe A. Eddy _____ __ J. ICnox Insley________

Hartford. Wilmington. Jacksonville. Atlanta. Boise. Springfield. Indianapolis. Des Moines. Topeka. Frankfort. New Orleans. Augusta. Baltimore.

Massachusetts ________ Michigan______ ____ ____ Minnesota ____ ________

Department of Labor & Industry ___ __ __ __ ___ ___ _ E. Leroy Sweetser ____ Department of Labor & Industry ______ _____ _____ J ames A. ICennedy____ Industrial Commission______ ___ __ ____ ____________ F. A. Duxbury ______ __

Boston. Lansing. St. Paul.

Mississippi_ ___ ________ Department of State Factory Inspection____ ____ _ A. B. Hobbs ________ ___ Jackson _____ __

Missouri_ _____________ Bureau of Labor Statistics _____ ____________ ____ __ William H . Lewis _____ _ Montana __________ ____ Department of Agriculture, Labor & Industry___ Chester C. Davis__ ____ Nebraska _________ ___ _ Department of Labor _____________________ ________ Frank A. ICennedy____ Nevada _____________ __ Labor Commissioner's Office ___ __ __ __ _____ ___ ____ Frank W. Ingram _____ New Hampshire___ ___ _ Burea u of Labor_ __ _______ ____ _____ ________ ___ ___ _ JohnS. B. Davie ___ ___

Jefferson City. Helena. Lincoln. Carson City. Concord.

New Jersey ___ ___ ___ __ Department of Labor_ _____________ _______ ________ Lewis T. Bryant ___ ___ Trenton.

Location

STATE LABOR BUREAUS IN THE UNITED STATES.

Title

Chief Officer

Address

New York___ ________ __ Industlial Comission _______ _______________ ___ ____ Bernard L. Shientag. New York.

North Carolina ___ __ __ Department of Labor & Printing___ .__________ _____ M. L Shipman ________ _ Raleigh.

North Dakota________ _ Department of Agriculture & Labor ___ ___ _.___ __ _ Joseph A. Kitchen____ Bismarck.

Ohio ____ ____ __________ Industrial Commission __ __ ___. ____ . __ ___ _____ __ __ Herman R. Witter_ ___ _ Columbus.

Oklahoma________ _____ Oregon___ ___________ __

Department of Labor ___ ________ ____ Bureau of Labor____ ______ _______ __________ ______ _

C. E. Connaly_____ _, __ C. H. Gram __ _________

Oklahoma City. Salem.

Pennsylvania_ ___ __ ___ Department of Labor & Industry _____ ___ _______ _ Royal Meeker- ______ __ Harrisburg.

Phlippine Islands __ __ Bureau of Labor____ __ __ _______ ____ ___________ ___ _ Faustino Aguilar _.. __ Manila.

Porto Rico__ ___ _______ Department of Agriculture & Labor ______ ____ __ _ Manuel Camunas. __ __ San Juan ___ __

Rhode Island__ _____ __ Bureau of Labor_ _____ ___ _______ ____ _______ ____ __ _ George W. Webb _--- - Providence.

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South Carolina___ __ __ Detrpiaerst_m__e_n_t__o_f_A__g__ri_c_u__l_tu__r_e_,_C__o_m__m__e_r_c_e__&__I_n_d_u__s_-_ B. Harris _____ ___ _____ _ Columbia. South Dakota_____ ___ Department of Immigration_: ___ ___ __ ____ _______ _ Irwin D. Aldrich __ ___ _ Pierre.

Tennessee _____ __ ____ _ Department Workshop & Factory Inspection___ _ M. F. Nicholson ___ __ __ Nashville.

Texas ___ ______ ____ ____ Bureau of Labor Statistics __ ___ ____ __ ___________ _ JohnS. Myers _______ _ Austin.

Utah______ ___ . __. _____ Industrial Commission __ __ __ __ . ____ . ____ ___ ___ . P. A. Thatcher. ______ _ Salt Lake City.

Vermont ____________ __ Commissioner of Indistries ______ ______ ______ __ __ _ John S. Buttles___ ___ _ Montpelier.

Virginia___ _____ _______ Bureau of Labor & Industrial Statistics __ ___ __ __ John H. Hall, Jr.____ __ Richmond.

Washington ___ ___ ___ __ Department of Labor and Industries __________ __ Edward Clifford __ ___ _ Olympia

West Virginia _________ Bureau of Labor___ ___ _____________ ___ _____ __ ___ __ Geo. F. Daugherty ____ Charleston.

Wisconsin.. ___ ________ Industrial Commission ________ ~ ________ _- ___ ____ Fred M. Wilcox ___ ____ _ Madison.

Wyoming ____ _________ _ Commissioner of Labor & Statistics __ ________ ___ _ Harry C. Hoffman ____ Cheyl)nne.

'
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1923

H. M. STANLEY, Commieeioner WALTER E. CHRISTIE, Aesistant Commiseioner MRS. WALTER E. CHRISTIE, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector

1924 STEIN PIUNTING
Atlanta Ga.

GENERAL LIBRARY
OCT g 1939 .

UNIVEflS!TY OF GEOI GIA

TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
COMMISSIONER
OF
COMMERCE .AND LABOR
OF THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Ending December 3 I, I 9 2 3
H;. M. STANLEY, Commissioner WALTER E. CHRISTIE, Assistant Commissioner MRS. WALTER E. CHRISTIE, Chief Clerk I. L. GRIFFIN, Factory Inspector
1924 STEIN PRINTING CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

REPORT
Atlanta, Ga., January 1, 1924.
To His ExcELLENCY,
HaN. CLIFFORD WALKER, Governor.
SIR:
In accordance with law I have the honor and pleasure to respectfull y submit to you the 12th Annual Report of the Department of Commerce and Labor for the term ending December 31 , 1923.
It is my judgment that this report will show that the industrial conditions in Georgia during the past year had a splendid development. A more detailed statement can be found further along in the report. Generally speaking, I think we are now making the grade amazingly well, and that the time is not far distant when no one will dispute the fact that we have a rightful place among the progressive industrial states of the Union.
During the year the exodus of common labor from the State was very large and in many sections there is bound to be a shortage in farm labor. This D epartment has made every effort possible to enforce the law with reference to emigrant agents, but there was undeniably a much larger exodus than should have been. The General Assembly last year amended the law by requiring a bond, conditioned upon the payment of any just debt owed by any person carried from the State. I refused to grant any license to emigrant agents without requiring the bond. All of them refused to do this and therefore no emigrant agents are now authorized to do busine s in Georgia. I also have consistently refused to grant a permit for labor to be taken out of the State unless this bond should be given. While, of course, I know that the General Assembly did not change the law authorizing me to give permits, but I felt I should do everything I could to protect the people of the State and, as a matter of policy, I required the bond. There was much discussion as to the Constitutionality of this question, but I invariably refused to go into that question and will not do so. Later, I shall give to you personally the result of my observation with reference to this exodus.
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Some important am-endments to the Georgia W Compensation Act, of which I am Chairman, were enacted law by the General Assembly. Georgia has a model coJnpeni;&tion act, but there are a few sections which need amendments in order that they may be clarified. This will be presented to the General Assembly when it convenes this summer.
The Commissioner of Commerce and Labor is also a member of the Georgia Securities Commission. The work of this Commission is growing rapidly and requires a good deal of study and attention in order that full justice may be done to the people of the State and the corporations seeking to qualify bonds and stock.
There are measures pending before the General Assembly, making fourteen years the minimum age for labor by children during daylight hours in industries designated by the Act and sixteen years the minimum age between the hours of seven p . m. and six a. m. and fixing the hours of labor not to exceed fifty-five per week. I believe these measures will be enacted next summer.
There is an important matter which I wish to bring to your attention and to the attention of the General Assembly, viz.: That of the salary of the Assistant Commissioner of Commerce and Labor. When the Act creating the Department of Commerce and Labor was enacted into law in 1911, the salry of the Assistant Commissioner was placed at $1,800.00 per annum and has never been changed. Living expenses have materially increased since that time and the General Assembly should now increase this salary with the importance of the office. The work of the Department has grown four-fold since the Act was enacted and is constantly developing into importance. A measure will be prepared and submitted to the General Assembly increasing this salry to $3,000.00 per annum. I sincerely trust that it will be promptly passed. The position is well worth that sum. The salary of the Assistant Commissioner of Commerce and Labor at the present time is very much lower than that of any other officer in the State Capitol filling a like position.
In conclusion, permit me to take this occasion to express to you my warmest appreciation for the kindness and consideration shown me by your Excellency, and by the officials of the Executive Depart~ ment during the past year.
Respectfully Submitted
.H . M : STANLEY, Commissioner.
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Georgia's Recent Development
During the past year Georgia made splendid progress. There were some very important textile mills added to Georgia's list, among the most important being the American Thread Company at Dalton. A thread mill is being established at this point which will probably ultimately mean a ten million dollar investment. The New England-Southern Mills at Hogansville are building a two million dollar plant and the Canton Cotton Mills, of Canton, is erecting a new mill at a cost of two million dollars. The United Finishing and Dyeing Plant at Cedartown started the construction of a plant to cost over a million dollars. The Kincaid Mills at Griffin and the Lowell Interests of Massachusetts erected a dyeing and finishing plant at Griffin that cost over half a million dollars. In addition to this a number of mills have replaced old spindles and added many new ones to the plants. A knitting mill was installed at Rome.
The Smithport Manufacturing Company, which manufacturers tanic acid from oak, and hemlock bark and chestnut wood, purchased forty-two thousand acres of land in north Georgia and moved its plant from North Carolina to Helen. This plant operates both day and night and has a capacity of five hundred barrels per day.
The Dunlevie Lumber Company at Allenhurst in Liberty County has installed a plant for the distillation of turpentine from stumps and other wastage. Extracts are being made from pine burrs.
Another industry of importance was established at Douglas for the purpose of the distillation of turpentine from stumps. This plant has proven to be a great success and a plant at Dublin is to be installed. In order to be sure just what available material might be ecured at Dublin a survey was made of the adjacent territory and it was found that there was in that section ten millions cords of wood for that purpose. In addition to securing stumps and other waste for raw material the land is cleared for agricultural purposes.
The Atlantic Manufacturing Company has installed a plant in Atlanta for the purpose of manufacturing automatic pencils. This concern has a capital of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and employs about one hundred operatives.

During the year there was considerable development of hydro electric power. The Georgia Railway and Power Company was the largest of these developments. This concern has already developed 230,600 horse power, has 105,500 partially developed and 277,500 undeveloped. There are other power plants in Georgia, notably the Columbus Power Company of Columbus, which will shortly begin on another big development" at Columbus, the Central of Georgia Power Company at Macon which is constantly being developed; the Tallassee Power Company at Athens and the Georgia-Alabama Power Company in Southwest Georgia and plants at Waycross and Savannah. There are many other smaller plants in operation. The Pratt interest has begun the development of Goble George on the Coosawatee river and will develop there 48,000 horse power. This interest has also purchased a power site at Carters and will develop power there.
There is every reason to feel that Georgia will grow amazingly in the next few years in all of her industrial lines. She maintains her place as the fifth state in importance in the textile industry and continues to remain first in the manufacture of fertilizer, and is only temporarily, we feel sure, dropped to third place with reference to cotton seed oils.
As people in other sections begin to learn of Georgia's most excellent climate, fertility of the soil, and what a genuine and hearty welcome is given new comers by the people of the State there will be a greater desire to locate in Georgia. Perhaps the most important thing that has been enacted into law by the General Assembly was the passage of an amendment to the Constitution of the State permitting municipal corporations and counties to exempt from taxation for a period of five years all new industries and all new additions to industries already established. ' This bill was sponsored by Dr. A. S.J. Stovall of Elberton, who deserves great credit for its passage. The most critical period is the first five years of life of an industry. The purpose of this amendment was to permit an industry to get thoroughly launched before beginning the payment of taxes.
Taking it altogether Georgia had a splendid development last year and there is every reason to believe that the future development will be of a kind and character that will challenge the admiration of the whole country.
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Summary of Statistical Information
The following is a summary of some of the industries of the State for the year 1923 as shown by the statistical tables:
Cotton and silk mills, 150; woolen mills, 3; mills that knit and spin, 7; mills that knit, 30; total 190 mills. The capital in each class was as follows: Cotton and silk mills, $142,804,416.00; woolen mills, $2,108,386.00; mills that knit and spin, $5,018,245.00; mills that knit, $3,677,785.00; total capital $153,608,832.00. Amount of money invested in land, buildings and equipment is as follows: Cotton and silk mills, $70,875,464.00; woolen mills, $1,263,618.00; mills that knit and spin, $3,425,505.00; mills that knit, $1,966,147.00, total $77,530,734.00. The manufactured products of the textile mills of this State various kinds of cloth, such as sheetings, ducks, drills, denims, khaki, towels, ticking, laprobes, bed spreads, tire fabrics, hose, knit underwear, twine, sash cord, thread, many kinds of woolen goods. The total value of these products was $218,353,831.00. There was used in the textile mills the following machinery: 3,059,285 producing spindles; 335,880 twister spindles, 54,056 looms, ll,821 cards, 383 sets cards, 945 sewing machines, 6,367 knitting machines, 1,055 ribbing machines. 92 of the mills bleach, dye and finish; 32 use water power, 95 steam, 63 electricity. Some of these have both steam and electrical power, and some have water and electricity. The cost of the raw materials was '$l19,475,853.00; amount paid t o officers and clerks, $4,568,845.00; amount paid to wage earners was $26,062,664.00. The total of these expenses was $38,187,521.00. The number of white employees, under 16 years of age, 618 males; 553 females; males over 16 years, 28,925; females over 16 years of age, 19,400; there were 2,980 negro males and 1,778 negro females, total 4,758. The negro male help is mostly used as draymen and porters; the women are used as scrubbers and floor cleaners. (See tables I to 4, inclusive.)
Industries allied to textile mills are those that manufacture pants, overalls, shirts, hats and garments for women and children; also awnings, tents, mattresses and backhands. There are 90 establishments in Georgia that come under this class. They use 2,535 sewing machines. The capital invested in these plants wa $3,759,052.00. Following are some of the expense items: For repairs and new machinery, $90,798.00; pay of officers and
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clerks, $304,708.00; amount paid to wage earners, $1,796,532.00; cost of raw materials, which was produced largely by textile mills, $5,100,136.00. Total of foregoing items of expense, $7,292,174.00. The value of all the manufactured products was $9,635,940.00. Employees number as follows: White males, 487; females, 2,245; the negro employees, 275. The allied industries employ a very large proportion of the wage earners of the State. (See table No.5.)
Compresses are not manufactories, but they are very important public utilities and have become prime necessities to railroads, steamships, and to everything used for transportation. Manufacturers, farmers, merchants and shippers alike consider them indispensable. There are 30 compresses in Georgia with a capital invested of $4,904,526.00. There are 202 white and 325 negro employees, making a total of 527. The salaries of officials and clerks were $156,281.00, and the wages of the employees, $255,368.00. Amount spent for repairs and new machinery was $41,849.00. (See table No. 6.)
Of the 141 oil mills in Georgia, only 84 operated. The amount of capital invested was $24,725,650.00. There was received at the mills and crushed 203,670 tons of seed. The cost of the seed was $11,201,850. Amounts spent for repairs and new machinery, $395,650.00. Amount paid to wage earners, $1,376,260.00. There were manufactured the following products: 8,846,840 gallons .of oil, valued at $7,764,125 .00; 98,761 tons of cake and cotton seed meal, valued at $3,989,440.00; 52,956 tons of hulls, valued at $1,006,164.00 ; 68,174 bales of linters (each 500 lbs. net), valued at $2,289,104. Grand total of all these values was $15,048,833. There were employed 1102 whites, 1,574 negroes, making a total of 2,676. The average number of employees was 584. (See table No.7.)
Georgia has more fertilizer plants and produces more fertilizer than any other state. Of the 181 plants in Georgia only 90 were operated in 1923. The capital invested was $48,265,381.00. Amounts spent for repairs and new machinery, $410,722.00. The raw materials used in manufacturing were sulphates, pyrites, ground limestone, pulverized phosphate, tankage and cotton seed meal. The cost of raw material was, $12,272,525.00. The average number of employees was 3,850. Amount paid to wage earners, including officers and clerks, was $2,020,462.00. There was manufactured 973,918 tons of fertilizer, valued at $16,204,525.00. (See table No. 8.)
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The brick, tile, sewer piping, cement, clay, limestone products, and fullers earth show an increase for the year 19~3. Capital invested in these industries was $11,093,444.00. Value of" raw materials was $3,~37,907 .00. Amount paid to officers and clerks was $488,509.00; amount paid to wage earners, $~,5~5,~48 .00 ; spent for repairs and new machinery, $615,0~7 . 00. Total of the foregoing expenses was $6,866,691.00. The value of the manufactured products was $7,960,669.00. The number of wage earners was 3,468. ( ee table No. 9.)
The machine, foundry, iron and steel and general repair shops, including railroad shops, were reported as follows: Number of plants, 191; capital and investment, $~5,167,73~. 00; amount spent for repairs and new machinery was $~,763,~83.00; the value of raw materials used was $15,784,996.00; the number of tons were 1,989,678. The amount paid to officers and clerks was $~,956,478.00; to wage earners, $14, 684,71~.00. Total of the foregoing items of expense was $36,189,469.00. The value of the manufactured products of various kinds was $38,~5~,381.00. The number of wage earners employed was 10,978 whites and ~,760 colored, making a total of 13,738. (See table No. 10.)
Marble and granite quarries, marble yards and building stone materials used in construction and paving were as follows: Number of establishments, 1~0; capital and investment, $15,389,548.00; amount spent for repairs and new machinery, $236,981.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $998,797.00; amount paid to wage earners, $~,0~5,663; total mount of foregoing expense, $6,556,916.00. The value of the manufactured products was $9,886,415. 00. Number of employees was 3,488 whites and 856 colored, making a total of 4,344. (See table No. 11.)
The bottlers and manufacturers of soft drinks were as follows: N umber of plants, ~~0; capital and investment was $10,1~,419 .00 ; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $131,0~0.00; value of r aw material, $1,9~9,910.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $489,763.00; amount paid to wage earners, $~,078,969 . 00; total of foregoing expense, $4,6~9,66~.00 . The value of the manufactured products was $9,011,115.00. Number of employees was 940 whites and 410 negroes, making a total of 1,350. (See table
I o. 1~.)
Buggies, carriages, wagons and cart manufacturers show a very large decrease in their output. The number of plants was 50, and
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the investment and capital was $1,556,917.00, the amount spent for repairs and new machinery was $15,000.00; cost of raw materials, $698,010.00; salary of officers and clerks was $35,000.00; amount paid to wage earners was $680,400.00; total of foregoing expense was $1,428,410.00. Number of employees was 560 whites, 75 negroes, making a total of 635. (See table No. 13.)
The electric power and light plants for 1923 showed as follows: Number of plants, 142; capital investment, $115,160,000.00; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $2,500,000.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $976,351.00; amount paid to wage earners, $9,125,763.00; total of foregoing expense, $14,602,114.00; number of employees: Whites, 6,915; negroes, 5,315, making a total of 12,230. (See table No. 14.)
The number of gas plants was 17, and the amount of capital invested was $12,788,262.00; spent for repairs and new machine!"y was $237,560.00; value of raw materials used $4,073,824.00; amount paid wage earners, $676,850.00; total of the foregoing expenses, $4,988,234.00; value of manufactured products, $7,125,131.00. (See table No. 15.)
The ice plants in Georgia in 1923 number 112 plants with a capital of $11,145,446.00; spent for repairs an:d new machinery, $1,274,492.00; cost of materials used, $2,333,754.00; amount paid to offit:>ers and clerks and wage earners was $3,209,806.00; total of foregoing expense, $6,818,058.00; value of manufactured products , $7,985,674.00; number of employees, 808 whites and 902 colored, making a total of 1,710. (See table No. 16.)
Below is a list of the miscellaneous industries which are listed in table 17:
Bakeries, confectionaries, candies and ice cream are classed under one head as follows : Number of plants, 222; capital invested, $6,965,687.00; amount spent for repairs and new machinery, $201,777.00; cost of materials used, $6,350,484.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $473,317.00; amount paid to wage earners, $1,779,752.00; total of the foregoing expense, $8,805,330.00. The value of the manufactured products was, $11,810,169.00; number of employees, 2,250.
The barrel, box, crate and stave manufacturers were 92 plants with a capital of $5,318,688.00; spent for repairs and new ma-
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chinery, $329,201.00; value of raw materials used, $3,958,052.00; amount paid to officers and' clerks, $396,232.00; amount paid to wage earners, $2,025,654.00; total foregoing expenses, $6,709,113.00; value of manufactured products, $8,131,304.00.
The brooms, brushes and mop manufacturers show as follows: Number of plants, 27; capital invested, $230,649.00; spent for new machinery and repairs, $2,171.00; cost of raw materials, $250,146.00; paid to officers and clerks, $30,659.00; amount paid to wage earners, $71,319.00; total of the foregoing expense, $354,295.00; value of manufactured products, $582,976.00.
The canning plants numbered 52, with a capital of $1,467,012.00; cost of repair and new machinery, $59,955.00; value of raw material, $1,520,934.00; paid to officers and clerks, $92,383.00; amount paid to wage earners, $627,864.00; total of foregoing expenses, $2,301,136.00; value of manufactured products, $2,985,195.00.
The cigar and tobacco manufacturers was 42, capital, $240,563.00; cost of repairs and new machinery, $2,825.00; value of raw material, $218,376.00 ; amount paid to officers and clerks, $66,876.00; amount paid to wage earners, $296,632.00; total of the foregoing expenses, $584,709.00; value of manufactured products, $620,124.00.
Flour and grist mills and feed mills number 193, capital, $6,825,424.00; spent for repairs and new machinery, $254,063.00; value of material used, $7,685,655.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $446,565.00; amount paid to wage earners, $991,587.00; total of foregoing expense, $9,377,787.00; value of manufactured products, $14,586,923.00.
The furniture manufacturies, including fixtures, sash, doors and blinds and finished woodwork; number of plants, 171; capital, $9,032,059.00; amount spent for repairs and new machinery, $623,117.00; cost of raw material, $8,058,447.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $652,938.00; amount paid to wage earners, $3,491,421.00; total of foregoing expense, $12,825,923.00; value of manufactured products, $16,002,605 .00.
La undries are not classed as manufacturers, but of public importance. There are 71 plants with a capital of $1,525,164.00; amount spent for repairs and new m_achinery, $176,125.00; value
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the investment and capital was $1,556,917.00, the amount spent for repairs and new machinery was $15,000.00; cost of raw materials, $698,010.00; salary of officers and clerks was $35,000.00; amount paid to wage earners was $680,400.00; total of foregoing expense was $1,428,410.00. Number of employees was 560 whites, 75 negroes, making a total of 635. (See table No. 13.)
The electric power and light plants for 1923 showed as follows: Number of plants, 142; capital investment, $115,160,000.00; amount paid for repairs and new machinery, $2,500,000.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $976,351.00; amount paid to wage earners, $9,125,763.00; total of foregoing expense, $14,602,114.00; number of employees: Whites, 6,915; negroes, 5,315, making a total of 12,230. (See table No. 14.)
The number of gas plants was 17, and the amount of capital invested was $12,788,262.00; spent for repairs and new machine!'y was $237,560.00; value of raw materials used $4,073,824.00; amount paid wage earners, $676,850.00; total of the foregoing expenses, $4,988,234.00; value of manufactured products, $7,125,131.00. (See table No. 15.)
The ice plants in Georgia in 1923 number 112 plants with a capital of $11,145,446.00; spent for repairs and new machinery, $1,274,492.00; cost of materials used, $2,333,754.00; amount paid to offi~er~ and clerks and wage earners was $3,209,806.00; total of foregoing expense, $6,818,058.00; value of manufactured product~, $7,985,674.00; number of employees, 808 whites and 902 colored, making a total of 1,710. (See table No. 16.)
Below is a list of the miscellaneous industries which are listed in table 17:
Bakeries, confectionaries, candies and ice cream are classed under one head as follows: Number of plants, 222; capital invested, $6,965,687.00; amount spent for repairs and new machinery, $201,777.00; cost of materials used, $6,350,484.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $473,317.00; amount paid to wage earners, $1,779,752.00; total of the foregoing expense, $8,805,330.00. The value of the manufactured products was, $11,810,169.00; number of employees, 2,250.
The barrel, box, crate and stave manufacturers were 92 plants with a capital of $5,318,688.00; spent for repairs and new rna-
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chinery, $3~9.~01.00; value of raw materials used, $3,958,05~ .00 ; amount paid to officers and' clerks, $396,~3~.00; amount paid to wage earners, $~,025,654 .00 ; total foregoing expenses, $6,709,113.00; value of manufactured products, $8,131,304.00.
The brooms, brushes and mop manufacturers show as follows: Number of plants, 27; capital invested, $~30,649.00; spent for new machinery and repairs, $2,171.00; cost of raw materials, $250,146.00; paid to officers and clerks, $30,659.00; amount paid to wage earners, $71,319.00; total of the foregoing expense, $354,295.00; value of manufactured products, $582,976.00.
The canning plants numbered 5~, with a capital of $1,467,01 2.00; cost of repair and new machinery, $59,955.00; value of raw material, $1,5~0,934 . 00 ; paid to officers and clerks, $9~,383 .00; amount paid to wage earners, $627,864.00; total of foregoing expenses, $2,301,136.00; value of manufactured products, $2,985,195 .00.
The cigar and tobacco manufacturers was 42, capital, $240,563.00; cost of repairs and new machinery, $~,8~5.00; value of raw material, $218,376.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $66,876.00; amount paid to wage earners, $~96,632 .00; total of the foregoing expenses, $584,709.00; value of manufactured products,
$620,1~4.00.
Flour and grist mills and feed mills number 193, capital, $6,825,424.00 ; spent for repairs and new machinery, $254,063.00; value of material used, $7,685,655.00; amount paid to officers and clerk , $446,565.00; amount paid to wage earners, $991,587.00; total of foregoing expense, $9,377,787.00; value of manufactured products, $14,586,923.00.
The furniture manufacturies, including fixtures, sash, doors and blinds and finished woodwork; number of plants, 171; capital, $9,03~,059 .00 ; amount spent for repairs and new machinery, $623,117.00; cost of raw material, $8,058,447.00; amount paid to officers and clerks, $652,938.00; amount paid to wage earners, $3,49 1,421.00; total of foregoing expense, $1~,8~5,9~3.00; value of manufactured products, $16,002,605 .00.
La undries are not classed as manufacturers, but of public importance. There are 71 plants with a capital of $1,525,164.00; amount spent for repairs and new m;whinery, $176,125.00; value
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of materials used, $855,061.00; amount paid to officers and clerks,

$196;970.00; amount paid to wage earners, $665,899.00; total of

the foregoing expense, $1,898,510.00; value' of work done, $8,008-

622.00.

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Leather goods, tanneries and saddlery number 25 with a capital of $8,108,962.00; amount spent for repair! and new machinery, $115,000.00; cost of material used $4,982,214.00; paid to officers and cle_rks, $850,692.00; amount paid to wage earners, $1,488,568.00; total of foregoing expense, $6,881,474.00; value of manufactured products, $8,682,581.00.

Miscellaneous manufactories with not enough of a kind to place them in a separate class: Number of plants, 252; capital invested, $47,064,540.00; cost of repairs and new machinery, $1,968,824.00; cost of raw material, $10,198,799.00; paid to officers and clerks, $601,548.00; amount paid to wage earners, $2,509,..1 552.00; total of the foregoing expense, $15,278,228.00; value of !llanufactl,lred products, $20,026,885.00.

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TABLE No. 1. Textlle Mills in Georgia for the Year Ending December 31, 1923.

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