Business: Textiles

In New England last week the textile mills of the Salmon Falls Manufacturing Co. at Salmon Falls, N. H., had shut down permanently.

The business turn for the textile companies may be at hand. U. S. cotton is priced exceedingly low and people in the U. S. are buying more and more domestic-made cotton goods, importing less; and the movement to use coarse-woven cotton bagging, instead of imported jute, has started.


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