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$40,000 Went To Saline Farmers

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
February
Year
1902
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The Saline creamery is an example of what can be accomplistied by good business management. It proves what luis of ten been saia, mat of the impartanee of ha ving a toroathnuuled, ui-to-kit careful 'business man et liead of creamerics, eheese iactories, -aiming fai-tories, etc. The Saline stofkholUers ?an congratúlate bhemeelvee In having suoh a man in Siipwrisor Ira E. Wood, and also in sut an ext-ellent butet in the person of Mr. Sweezey. At the State Daliymen's association, held in ing recently, the Saline creamery was gtven the iiig-hest awardi tfor choice creamery butler, it berng a fine gol-d wateh vhk-h goes to the butter maker. In the four years that the company Iws been run, great jmproyeriients have been made to the plant and in ,illifion the company pakl -a fiv per cenl dividend last fall. Durlng the p;iKt. year the fattory reoelved 4,191,-894 pounde af mllk, whih ehurned 19i,717 poundé of butter, vrhieh sold at an arverag prlce of i'n cents a pound or about $40,000. Of ihis sum $32,948.93 v,is pnid to patrons and $4,408.08 to iandler. The four Iai-gs1 iwcorde made ly ■iis'l.mTS wci-c: Arba Hunl. 90,476 Winde of niük. tot wWeh he ree dved $756.07; J. E. Wootl. 63,992 pounds, $5.70.48; Oharlea Graf, rú.i:;; pound $482.77; Q. B. [sbeH, 46,665 pönnds, $412.51. The ivcrajíe Vlail.v iucoi, ni-ilk during the year .was H.ijhi pounds. . ,