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Webster Farmer's Club, Etc.

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Tjüitor un Baturaay iiilcrnoon, April llth, Ihe Webster Farmer'a Club held a regalar meeting at to the town hall. Notwithstanding the mud, the hall wascomfortably wel! fllled, owIng in part to the cbaracterictlo enthnslasmof the people, and greatly to the uniisiml attracttoo oonststlngof alectureby Judge Harrlman, on "California)'' whlch was wcll wort h hearing. The business performed was the adopting of plans for i sciii's of farm and - bold expeiimciits, to be performed this summer. The noxt meeting will le held at the reeldenceof Afr.Gea Merrill, on Satorday, May, 9th, begluning al ten o'olock sliarp. The subject foi discuaslon is, "Whlch is the oheapest, most durable, aod most couvcnient fencefor the farmer?" We invite yoiir readei glve ns valuablo Information on thisor an.v other subject, to oorreBuood witli os. Ibviro Q. McColl, Cor, Delhi MiUe, WTlch. Contrary to the gloomy predictioDg of a íickle-iniiided few, the Webster Readbag Circle is i-till in full blast. It luis befruo to show its gooil influence on the youag folks alreudy, maklög them inore studlous and observiiif.', glviflg them a taste for Icnowledge, and preventing th'ia from %val i n; their time on more foolish things. By its enterpriee, at ao iee-cream festival u lew weeks ;iro, t realized enough to subscribe for live leading magazluea wliich will be tbc foundation of uli' on whlch to build from time to time. TMa certanly is enterprise of the rigbt klad.


Ann Arbor Courier
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