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1899 - NEW COTTON BALE PLANT. An Industry to Cost $2,000,000 Near Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala., July 21. - A. R. Nininger, president of the Huntsville Cotton Mill company, has closed a deal with Hon. Frank S. Moody, president of the Tuscaloosa Land company, for six lots on the Warrior river, branch of the Mobile and Ohio railroad.

Mr. Nininger and Mr. C. W. Hughes are here completing the organization of the Tuscaloosa Round Lap Bale company, which will be one of the largest cotton industries in the state.

The company will begin at once the erection of the press, gin and other machinery for turning out cylindrical cotton bales. This immense industry will cost something like $2,000,000.


The Asheville Register
Asheville, North Carolina
July 28, 1899

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