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The Progress. (Shreveport, La.) 1892-1900, September 24, 1892, Image 3

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to.OPERATIVE MILK COMPANY. out
rdeerS Kmew Meow to Make.
Milk Pay.
AMioroe, Orange county, N. Y.. on
-Ma* of the Erie railway, is the cream
"- the Monroe Dairy seaociation, one ca
ad most succesful of its class. It Ow
S- sanisedin 181 by a few of the era
e dairy farmers of that vicin-. C
who had become tired of the hap. I
y a manner in which the milk bus th
- had been so long conducted. and doe
g thought they could see a better 7
caepital stock has been increased for
Aes the beginning of its busiaess, and chi
-Wa, at its par value, stands at $12.000, j
b ha small part of the stock is still t,
Shs hands of tlhe company unsold. No de
o save a produacer of milk can pr- mi
r astock, and the amount anay one o
> eineer may bold is limited by his milk in
The business has been a
ssas from the start, and today the 1
I the par value of which is ten dol. yi
are held at ifteen dollars to any
r who desire to become stock
The general manager, H. M. More.
rse receives a liberal salary, the o T
ea understanding the necessity of s
gg a good man to do their business of
Sis donein a systiamtio dba busine as
,a way. The ebWhamnt is wil
being furnistld with a ea. ,
sad boiler, butter and cheese mak
apparats, sad they have recently
a Alph separator with a stem ti
:w- .s for propelling it- machine
furnishes motve power without
intervention of the enise. Their >
is primarily that of selling 
a end they reoeiv and are for the
d all their patrs, be it mauch ar t
a te times, wht e te supply e
the demand, the surplus is mann
/ yed into ttters or cheese as may d
" eAedered most desirable. In this ~
eare i perfect readiness for tahea
surplus seasons which rage- a
our. There are orty-six stock
is the edompny represating
1,000 to 1,00 cows, sad ms average
about 300 cam per day throughout it
jeer is received at the areamery
sopply is tolerably coasant, hld
'-p w l in the winter e asom
mlk of the petrweais weighed
eadited. At the end of each moath
tow espee*s are paid and the net E
e is divided pro rat among the i
As yet ao patrei reevea the,
ple, quality nt being enatered
as gs tuhe mllk is stLadd. E
ie. borehaoea has etmr cha rge
-ue tia - belag reepeasible.
srima aistr It is reived aena
p oceads ti cash an dep oited is
o the enad at en d hrae. eas
post ho/oeila for sagy YOWL
sea c d milk leves the s w y
is ct aod belm leasliag-- o ear
ir is this em goes pi th city
!sip break th plse a weak
St.he sreetage whh i e he
lar Mhe cosao a Lrs desnI . "M 1
0 faire cane of yoe." If t* dassr
SAW W tw r {a < arpt a . demo
ass, behae ely tie lr the a
et* the hee k WNW whet
il h.. a 1 e ta sasse
wh dowsews s-o
> fa ite 5eagis of enar
edainy a.messelm that we
absi er re sahuleo athe iehr
Sot. .....mar. . aM hea the
Se w a 6k pis 1 hi
frle soo M - lr
*W Itoi Mss whld dem intle TAk
iar le* s 1p a lh.t n a
sAtd eel 1.w hte
-· ggap·rr
1 Shgit't~
·-rr age
out of a sealee up bottle and ind the
sour old clabber sticking to the sides
just as some customer too lasz to wash
the bottle had left it the day before.
Green fodder and ensilage for dairy II
cattle must be grown on the dairyman's
own land; grain for the cattle can gen
erally be bought cheaper than it can be
grown
In one of the best paying dairies in
this country the role is: The cow that
I does not make over 250 pounds of butter
Syear is got rid of.
See that substantial premiums are of-I
fered at your county fairs for the best
I cheeses, both home and factory.
Eight hundred cows are regarded as E
the number necessary to start a con
densed milk factory on. At a condensed
milk factory in Male prices paid areas S
follows: Two and a half cents a quart
in May and June, cents in July and
August, a8 cents from Sept. 1 to Dec
1, and 4 oets frbm that time on till
I Who Poeetr Lonses etlsnt.
All the sentiment is taken out of
poetry i heard in the printing oca e.
The todlowt~ag is a specime of bow the
reading boy deals with the productions
of the poet laureate in te way of bus
n "Double quote you small caps mug
' wak an call hurlycom-esll me hur
ý- lyom mother dearsem (sa).
S "Tohyphemorrrposill bethe 'appiest a
ntime of all the glad New-caphyphen in
t "Oap all the glad New-caphyphen uIt
ir yesroom motberoom the maddestoom
t the maddestoonm erriest dayaem (snif)
S "Forkcap Hipoam to be Queecap opos
-r the Mayrcpoom motherca. Hiposmto
beQueencap opos the Maycap full close
z' dobe rule-Tennyaonitalsfull."
U- This apparent jargon being the result
LY of reading by "caps and points" to
cure accuracy. (oum is the reader's
Scontraction for cosmmaesem for semi- cl
Scolon, pos. for apostrophp, and so on.
k- This method of does not im- ,
'S prove Tennyson's of the May., ws
Ien faot, ths post hardly reconise
at i-tialters' Registe a
id- Coiass !»t anst. G.
They m tlig a qu ar story of the
verdaicy of the late Senator Plumb on
th business matters while a young man.
t He had scraped together $100 and had
e it e depoit in a local beak. Wanting
h to seths Mme ihe day asked the
i prsids o h hak for it B told
Plumb to sign a chek.
The yoe man looked up sad said.
-Wl "mbg "Mak out a check for the
saiot sd si t," markes the
I banker. "No, Ir.a" aid the states
a- to embryos "me, dr-e, I don't pat
ny sagamc o paper Was I keep the '
pper. I gea yenmy m y without
r tak yIer r.e y d I£d weat it beck
on the sme t s And t took an
mr dd..neh arguing t pemsade. him th
sk was the h.mmary thing to ma i
eehed for mey. ht when yres
weLnd the smieatrr ta the milioe
", rank by emart budses- aely and
eods he with aM anybody.I
A llsit
0 Meash..easo was at eet mn-i
as taor and afterwed beao
dd his wnew psnmd the phls°e
phr ta peestoehip is the arm. (e
sahy, & r amsheni was pandag dw.
athe est wi his ind land g, thy -
uheaad a esu.e t has tlisg
Sathe a _ ss_ . as
i ..Ther, y aet, sam lasting yar
hi, w m p -pid l w ith h e
"ph, dear, mer was 6 sasiset us
psylo. "th e m tis mas SW*abohet
0 the new u in brs jugsetm thes.'
is is
-, - thu, e edess e theb
E. agamga gelMArs w ten st )1
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