Sugar Plant Destroyed by Fire

Issue 1 and Volume 97.

Sugar Plant Destroyed by Fire Fire destroyed the pulp warehouse of the Caro, Mich., plant of the Michigan Sugar Company on December 8, causing damage estimated at $250,000. The building, a 350 by 45 foot brick structure, only sixty-five feet from the main plant, contained about 1,500 tons of pulp, a dried by-product of the sugar extracting process, which is used for stock feed. The warehouse was rebuilt after a fire about twenty-five years ago.

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