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THE 0 O IT R T "B R
ORGANIZED AGRICULTURE IN NEBRASKA
Joint Session of Live Stock Men, Poultry Raisers,
Dairymen and Agriculturists jM
to be Held in Lincoln, January 20th to 24th, 1902
E. L. VANCE. ROBT. W. FURNAS. JOHN BLAIN. E. F. FASSETT..
President State Board Secretary State Board of Piesident of State Suine Set-ret a ry tf State Swine
of AKrii-ulture. Agriculture. Breeders' Association. Breeders' Association.
S. C. BASSETT.
Pure Food commissioner DU- " U R MACCfoTTE,
and meiiihor Slati- llii,inl I'ri'slilfiit .if Veterinary
oi Agriculture. .Medlt.il Ass.it l.itlon.
W. H. TAYLOR.
President of Duroc-Jersey
Swine Breeders' Association.
of (May Center. Vice Presi
dent of Duroc-Jersey Association.
E. C. RUSSELL.
Secretary of Duroc-Jersey
Swine Breeder's Association.
I... I YOUNG.
President Improved Live
Stock Hreeders Association.
II. F MINToSH.
Sec. and Treas. Improved
Live Stock Breeders' Association.
IIk h ("IbI ft ItH lL H 1 9 ia v iBI HvK
E. A. BURNETT.
Supt. of Farmers'
L. P. HARRIS.
President State Poul
I,. W. GAROUTTE.
Secretary State Poul
E. O SPENCER.
Treas. State Poul
J It VAN BOSK IRK.
Sec -Treas. of Stock
A G Wolfenbarg.-r
Jos f bt-rfeller
POPULAR LINCOLN RECTOR
JAMES M. J. READE.
Descendant of Colonial Fami'v -Rector
of St. Theresa's Pro-C.itludr.il.
Rev. James M. J. Reade
Reverend James M. J. Reade, rector
at St. Theresa's pro-cathedral, (Catho
lic) has been a resident of Lincoln for
the past three years. He Is forty
eight years of iiRe and belongs to the
Cole-Reade family if Rhode Island,
which extends back far into the pre
Two of the ancestors of Rev. Father
Reade were signers of the declaration
of independence. One was a member
of the Cole family and the other was
Colonel Reade, celebrated in the histor
ical annals of Rhode Island.
Father Reade studied in New York.
Boston. Montieal and several other
cities in the east and in Canada. His
first woik in the religious Held was as
missionary among the A ra pa hoes in
Wyoming. Here he remained for sev
eral years. Afterwards he was pro
fessor in a theological seminary and
finally resumed his church work again.
For a time he had a congregation in
New York city and was compelled to
come west on account of failing health.
Since arriving in Lincoln he has had
charge of the work at St. Theresa's.
Father Reade has won the admiration
and affection of his parishioners since
beginning his labors in the Capital
V A CLARK PH D
President of the N- l.r sk,. ;. ,.
Normal St Ii.miI . P. ru m-I
Prominent in Edu- .rvtl ilnles
in the State