The Argus is in receipt of a program of the rouud-up farmers' institute whicb is to be held this year at Bt. Louis, Qratiot couuty, begiuning Tuesday afteruoon, Maroh 2, and continuing till Priday afteruoou, Maroh 5. It is a very strong program aud should be of wouderful profit to those that oan attend. While every subject is of interest, and wil] be discnssed by experts, speoial atteution is calle d to the following: Ist. "An Improved Farm Barn," which will be presented Tuesday afternoon by Mr. Shawyer, of Ohio. This is said to be one of the most practical and money saving talks ever giveü at a farmers' institute in Michigan. 2d. "Sugar Beet Raisiug in Michigan," wbich will be presented Wednesday aftfirnoon by Dr. R. C. Kedzie of the Agricultura] College, and will be diecussed by Prof. O. O. Smith of the ooilege, and otbers. This is ons of the coming topics in Michigan, aud this discussiou is very timely. 3d. "The Jforestry Problem in Michigan," which will be discnssed Tfiursday afternoon. This is being talked about mnch nowadays, and is also timely and important. -Ith. Tbe women's sections, which will be held each afternoou, and will be conducted by Mrs. Mary A. Mayo, of Battle Creek, In additiou to the ladies who have been oondncting the womeo's sections at tbe various couuty institutes, there will be demonstration lectures in cooking Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, by Prof. Edith McDermott, of the college. Our farmers' wives and daughters will be mnch interested in all these sessions. The ïates on raihoads to this meeting1 are a fare and a third for the round trip Be sure to get a certifícate of the ticket agent where you purchase the ticket to Sfc. Louis. Hotel rates will be one dillar to one dollar and twenty-five i ct.ts a day for good accommodations Onr farmers are urged to attend this meeting if possible. It will be one of the largest and most important farmers' gatherings ever held iu the state.