Clipped From The Galveston Daily News
could bear the result tho but for from who bread, in what the poor violinist ha Waelder Xews; While in Flatonla on Tuesday we made Inquiries about the creamery at that place and found that durJiiR the month of ApHl t h e had made 20.444 pounds of butter and paid out $4,208.8* for cream and butter fat. In our estimation this is a great (ihowlng and would be n credit to a many tlmc-s as. large as Flatonla. We advise our farmers to po into tho dairy business and ship their cream to FJatonia or any other nearby town where a creamery is Jociited, or, better mill, organ organ lee a stock company and put up creamery of our own. In addition to the advantages of a creamery at Flatonia. a few miles to east, the G^nialea creamery on thti south, which now secmes an assured stltutlon, will furnish another splendid market for the product of the Waelder dalr men and farmers. The advice of the News is good, and tho figures presented presented will no doubt cause many citizens of the Waelder section to think more seriously than ever before of the possible remuneration afforded through the creamery route.