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Farmers' Institute

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From the Dexter Leader we learn that the second annual instituto of the Webster farmers' club will be held at the Congregational ohurch, in Ann Ar. bor township, commencing Tuesday evening Jan. 25, and continuing througb the following Wednwsday. PROGBAMME. Tüesday E venino. - Musió. Invocation, Kev. J. E. Buttler. Address of Welcome, Qeo. Merrill, President of thi Club. Paper - " Farmers' Institutos, Mrs. Rueben Queal, Webster. Music "The lteform School; lts Objects and Aims; lts Past and President," C. A Gower, Supt., Lansing. Music. Wednbsday Mornino, 9.30 - Discuss ion - " How oan Farmiag be Made Profl table?" conducted by S. Nordman, Dex ter, G. A. Petere, Scio: C. M. Starks Webster; W. E. Boyden, Delhi Mills and others. Mtisic. Eecitation - Míbb Lüiie Wüaon, Webster. "Wüat Know About FarminR," Hon. E. P. Allen, Ypsilauti. Music. Recess. 1.30 p. m.- Musio. Paper - Ira Backus, Delhi Mills. Paper "PickinR up Chips," Miss Julia A. Ball Hamburg. Musio. Recitation- Miss Maud Williams, Webster. Diffoussion. Musio. Recess. Wkdnesday Evknino, 7.00 o'olock. - Music. Poem- "Those Days" Miss Hal lie OsRood, Hamburg. Paper-" Let There Be Light," Mrs. J. E. Butler, Delhi Mills. Music. Paper- "The Relation of the Agrioultural Press to Improved Stock Breedin and Advanced Agriculture," Robert Gibbons, Michigan Farmer. Discussion. Music. Committee on Hkogram. - Wm. Ball W. E. Boyden, Mrs. Johnson Backus, Geo. Merrill and Miss Nel lie Queal.


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