The management of the Jackson Fiber Co., of Jackson, Tenn., has decided upon a considerable increase in its equipment of machinery, the expenditure for which would amount to about $100,000.  The contemplated additional installation is 6,000 spindles, preparatory machinery for same, and looms to take care of the product and manufacture brown cotton-bag gods.

This company’s plant at present has 20,000 spindles and 624 looms, producing cotton cloth for making bags.  Its offers are members of the <…> Bros. Bag Co., of St. Louis, Boston and other cities, and the plant at Jackson was only completed a few months ago.

Source: The Polk News, 20 February 1902. Available on

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