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Farmers' Institute

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To Be the Best Ever Held in Washtenaw County


Who Wishes to Farm With his Brains and Hands

A Fine Program for Progressive Farmers and Their Wives Arranged for Next Wednesday and Thursday, at Newberry Hall, Ann Arbor. 

Every farmer in the county who wishes to be up on the most approved methods of farming should attend the State Farmers' Institute for this county in Newberry hall. on S. State st. , in this city, next Wednesday and Thursday. The speakers are paid by the state and are men who are well worth hearing.

The topic for 9:30 a. m., Wednesday is the live one at the present time of Sugar Beets and Prof. C. D. Smith, of the Agricultural College, and Dr. Paul C. Freer, of the university, will lead the discnssion.

At 1:30 p. m., Wednesday, C. P. Goodrich, of Wisconsin, and Dr. Waterman, of the agricultural college, will discuss Dairy Topics.

Wednesday evening President J. L. Snyder, of the Agricultural College, will speak on Progress and Education and Mrs. Ella E. Rockwood, of Flint, will tell how to be happy on the farm.

Thursday at 9 a. m., Prof. Hinsdale, of the university, and Miss King, of the Normal, will tell how to improve Michigan Schools and Prof. J. B. Steere will talk on the Philippine Islands.

Thursday at 1 :30 p. m., Prof. Smith will speak on Farm Crops and Prof. Henry C. Adams on Social Taxation, with a discussion on the Business Part of Farming.

On Thursday evening President Boone, of the Normal school, and Prof. Wenley, of this city, will deliver addresses.

While these meetings are going on, there will be women's meetings in the same building.