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The Farmers' Institute, Friday

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Our readers should not forget the good things promised at the Farmers' Institute, to be held in the court house on Friday of this week. The program published last Friday tías been slightly rearranged and is as follows: At 9:30 a. m., prayer jy Rev. Mr. Bradshaw; Preisdent Stocking's address; "Fruit on the Farm," by Emil Baur, followed by a discussion; "The Farm Problem," 3y John K. Campbell, discussion. At two p. m. Prof. Hinsdale reads a Daper on "Territorial Development of the United States." Hon. Wm. Ball, of Hamburg,readsapaper, and irs. Mary Dancer. of Lima, reads one on "Blooded Stock from a Woman's Standpoint." This is folowed by a paper by George McDougal, of Superior, on the "Silver Question," followed by a discussion on the subject. In the evening at seven o'clock there will be music by the business men's quartette, a paper by Mrs. Mary A. Mayr, of Battle Creek, on "Agriculture from the Standpoint of a Farmer's Wife," discussion; music; paper by Prof. Steere, on "Observation of the Habits of Animáis." A cordial invitation is extended to all the farmers of the county to be present.