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ANNUAL REPORT



NEBRASKA



State Board of ^^rieulture



FOR THE YEAR 1903.





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FURNAS,


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State Board op Agriculture.
Office of Secretary.

Brownville, Neb., January 31, 1904.
His Excellency, John H, Mickey y Governor of Nebraska:

Sir — In compliance with the law in this case made and provided, I hereby
transmit the annual report of the Nebraska State Board of Agriculture for
r 1903.

Very respectfully,

ROBERT W. FURNAS, Secretary,



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PROCEEDINGS.



SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING.



Lincoln, Neb., September 9th, 1903.

Semi-annual meeting Nebraska State Board of Agriculture met the above
date and place, by order of President Dinsmore.

Present:' J. B. Dinsmore, C. H. Rudge, W. R. Mellor, H. L. Cfook, R. W.
Furnas, G. W. Hervey, E. M. Searle, L. Morse, Ed. Mclntyre, E. Filley,
S. C. Bassett, G. R. Williams, E. L. Vance, Chas. Mann, W. W. Cole.

Mr. Dinsmore was appointed delegate to the American Association of
F^irs and Expositions, and to the American Short-Horn Breeders' Associa-
tion, and with power to represent this Board at any and all National Live
Stock Associations that may meet at Chicago at same time in 1903.

G. W. Hervey and E. L. Vance were appointed delegates to the National
Live Stock Association to meet at Kansas City in the year 1903.

It was ordered that all actual expenses incurred by each of the delegates
appointed be paid and that the Board of Managers be instructed to issue
'warrants in payment of such expenses.

.The delegate to the American Association of Fair and Exposition was
instructed to obtain, if possible, Fair dates for 1904, the first week in Sep-
tember, and to follow Iowa.

ANNUAL MEETING.



Lincoln, Neb., January 19th, 1904.
In compliance with the provisions of law in this case provided, the Ne-
braska State Board of Agriculture this day convened in the New Chapel
Hall of the University of Nebraska, and at 4 o'clock p. m. was called to
order by the President.

ROLL CALL.
On roll being called there were found to be present:

OFFICERS.

J. B. Dinsmore, President.

W. E. Ewing, First Vice-President.

W. C. Caley, Second Vice-President.

Ed. Mclntyre, Treasurer.

Robert W. Furnas, Secretary. -^



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PROCEEDINGS NEBRASKA STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD.

William Foster, General Superintendent.

C. J. Tracy, Chief of Police.

W. W. Cole, Superintendent Agricultural Hall.

O. M. Druse, Master Transportation.

E. M. Searle, Jr., Superintendent Gates.

E. L. Vance, Superintendent Mercantile Hall.

Chas. Mann, Superintendent Forage.

Cyrus Horton, Superintendent Amphitheater.

G. B. Simpkins, Superintendent Fish ex. and Fish

Building.
J. H. Hadkinson, Landscape Gardener.
Prof. Charles E. Bessey, State Botanist for Board.
^ Prof. Lawrence Bruner, State Entomologist for Board.
Prof. E. H. Barbour, State Geologist for Board.
Prof. H. H. Nicholson, State Chemist for Board.
Prof. Goodwin D. Swezey, State Meteorologist for

Board. '

Prof. H. B. Ward, Zoologist.
Prof. A. T. Peters, Veterinarian,
Prof. O. V. P. Stout, Engineer.

MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD.

V. Arnold, Verdon, Richardson County.

Si C. Bassett, Gibbon, Buffalo County.

E. L. Vance. Pawnee City,J^awnee County.

Chas. Mann, Chadron, Dawes County.

E. Mclntyre, Seward, Seward County.

W. R. Mellor, Loup City, Sherman County.

L. Morse, Benkelman, Dundy County.

T. A. McKay, Aurora, Hamilton County.

Peter Youngers, Geneva, Fillmore County.

W. C. Hervey, Omaha, Douglas County.

W. W. Cole, Neligh, Antelope County.

W. Foster, Lincoln, Lancaster County.

J. B. Dinsmore, Sutton, Clay County.

R. W. Furnas, Brown ville, Nemaha County.

C. H. Rudge, Lincoln, Lancaster County.

E. M. Searle, Jr., Ogallala, Keith County.

Elijah Filley, Beatrice, Gage County.

G. R. Williams, Irvington, Douglas County. ,

H. L. Cook, St. Paul, Howard County.

W. E. Ewing, Franklin, Franklin County.

W. C. Caley, Creighton, Knox County.

Thos. Mortimer, Stanton, Madison County.

David Hanna, Woodlake, Cherry County.

O. P. Hendershot, Hebron, Thayer County.



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T. A. Minier, Craig, Burt County.
Samuel Riley, Albion, Boone County.
Cyrus Horton, Arapahoe, Furnas County.
R. M. Wolcott, Archer, Merrick County.
E. Z. Russell, Herman, Cuming County.

REPRESENTATIVES FROM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL £

We, your committee, respectfully report the following Pr<
Delegates entitled to seats as representatives of the following (
cultural Societies:

County. President. E

Boone J. Wat

Burt J. R. 5

Butler M. C. Delany

Cedar Z. M. Baird

Chase D. T. ]

Clay W. F. Johnson

Custer F. H. '

Dawes Chas. Mann

Douglas Chas. <

Dundy '. . L. Morse

Fillmore H. P. '

Franklin C. L. Owen

Furnas Chas. I

Gage. . t H. P. Crocker

Hamilton. . F. W. Hammond

Harlan M. B. :

Hayes. . , G. Y. Kittle

Hitchcock W. Z. '

Holt J. D. Grimes

Jefferson W. F. Downey

Johnson J. S. D

Kearney I. W. Hawes

Knox W. C. Caley ., .

Lancaster S. R. Hall

Madison Mark Richardson

Nemaha D. E. C. Long "...

Nuckolls I. N. Brown

Pawnee E. L. "^

Polk Thos. Klassy

Richardson G. A. J

Saunders. . Henry Johnson

Seward W. E. Ritchie

Sherman M. C. Mulick

Stanton A. Spence



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^GS NEBRASKA STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.



A. J. Firkins. .
M. B. Adkins.



Respectfully submitted.

W. R. Mellor,
T. A. Minier,
David Hanna,

Committee on Credentials.

• present, the Board was declared by the President in
•usiness.

►RESIDENT'S ANNUAL ADDRESS.

State Board of Agriculture: The flight of time has
ler annual meeting, a year has passed into history, whether
Dod or bad, it is beyond our ability to alter,
hile one of profit to the agriculturist, has not been with-
. and discouragements ; the season was unpropitious for
roduct, corn, much of which was planted late owing to
3 during the latter part of May and earlj'^ June, which
bh of that already planted, and the planting of the re-

the crop being over-run with weeds before the ground
bo cultivate in a satisfactory manner,
had a season with so little really good corn weather in
rs.

lember when the <5orn planted remained green up to the
)er as during the season just passed; the result of these
a percentage of soft corn that will have to be fed at home
^ure.
the State over is probably the largest ever raised ; while

low, the revenue per acre is a fair return on the invest-

te reports an abundant oat crop, which at the prices pre-
5 proved remunerative.

pression in the prices of cattle and hogs there is a wide-
it in the money return from grass fed to live stock, yet,
agriculturist has no reason to complain at the outcome
less, but should take lessons from the year's experience
-e to drain his low lying lands, so as to prevent the excess
t to the prevention of timely cultivation,
d be exercised in the selection of seeds and the changing
one location to another, thereby increasing the yield per
rofit of the crop.

; been done in the past to improve the domestic animals
is yet a very large and prolific field open in this direction,
id every energy to encourage further progress along these

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management, the exhibits in all departments were large and of superior
merit, as a rule; in some departments the exhibits were so numerous as to
call for serious thought as to the advisability of placing restraining conditions
about the departments, with a view to limit the number of animals one
exhibitor may bring onto the grounds, while in other departments much
encouragements to exhibitors is required.

The net result from a financial standpoint was all that could be expected,
it leaves the Association in a condition to put further permanent improve-
ments on the grounds, in the doing of which much thought should be given
to those improvements as will be of a character to add to the comfort of our
patrons, f^ as they are pleased so are our resources increased and our hold
on the public sympathy and confidence strengthened.

The last Legislature made an appropriation" of $3,000.00 for the erection
of a public comfort building. This was built mainly of brick and cement.
While far from being adequate for the demand made on it, it was such
an improvement over anything that we had ever had that it was by the
public voted a success. Your management realize that it did not furnish
more than one-third of the accommodation required ; in view of this I would
recommend that an addition be built as soon as possible, making its total
capacity three times what it is at present.

There have been built during the past year two hog barns of the same
general style and capacity of those heretofore built, v. There was also built
a large and commodious sheep barn, 48x96 feet, which will amply provide
for all demands made by this department for some years to come. These
improvements cost $2,248.00, which was paid for out of funds improvised
by this Association.

The interest of our patrons in the fish exhibit call for more ample space;
the building set apart for this display should as early as possible be replaced
with a much larger and better one planned with a view to its needs and the
accommodation of the public.

Our large live stock interests evidenced by the displays made, demand
at our hands greater facilities for their exhibit in such a way that the public
may exaitiine them in comfort, and the stock be shown without being com-
pelled to stand in the broiling sun while passing under the judges' review.
This should be accomplished by the building of an ampitheater capable
of seating some thousands of people at a time where the live stock may be
shown in the center, out of the sun's rays, and in full view of their enthusiastic
friends, who rest while they examine them — the most interesting exhibit on
the grounds.

Several of the states have already provided themselves with such accomo-
dations and report that of all the improvements oil the grounds these prove
the most satisfactory to the public.

To the end that this may be accomplished I recommend that you author-
ize your officers to buy, at the time of the wrecking of the buildings on the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition grounds, of one or more of the buildings,
thus securing the steel for the frame for the construction of such a building
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10 PROCEEDINGS NEBRASKA STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.

As the financial success of the Association depends on the number of pay
admissions secured at the gates, we are vitally interested in the facilities
and comfort with which our patrons are brought to and taken from the
grounds. It must remain a matter of regret that the street car people do not
avail themselves of the opportunity to enter the grounds and make their
depot near that of the steam cars. To accomplish this, vigorous work should
be commenced at once and persisted in till the desired end is accomplished.

The dates assigned us by the International Association of Fair Managers
is August 29th to September 3rd, 1904, the week following the Iowa State
fair; there will be held during the same week the Ohio and Minnesota State
fairs. There was a very large attendance at the International Fair Mana-
agers' Association meeting, and a marked interest in the subjects presented
for consideration. •

As your representative I attended the meeting of the American Short
Horn Breeders' Association. The attendance at this meeting was large and
enthusiastic. They show a net surplus of over $100,000.00 the larger part
of which is invested in Government bonds, all of which has been accumu-
lated during the last ten years, a marked contrast to their condition in 1894,
when they were to all intents and purposes bankrupt.

We have for years deducted from the successful exhibitor 20% of his win-
nings, if over two dollars; it appears to me that this should be changed by
the abolition of the rule. If necessary to have money thus raised, then let
it be done by charging an entrance fee on the first premium competed for.

In closing I wish to return thanks to all members for the uniform kindness
they have manifested in the alacrity with which they have responded to
calls made for service to the board of managers. I wish to especially thank
them fot the earnestness with which they have served the interests of the
board and responded to my various calls for assistance.

The railroads of the state gave us large and additional service during the
the last fair, which is shown byour increased receipts. This action on their
part lays the Board under renewed obligations to them and makes plain
the assertion often made that the roads can do much to make or mar the
success of the fair; for this reason if for no other, we should strive to enlist
their active interests in their behalf.

Before the close of this meeting I shall have returned to you the honor
conferred on me a year ago ; in doing so I wish to assure you that I have
striven at all times to uphold the honor and dignity of the office, and of
the Board, and to assure you that wherever placed as a member of the board
in the future it will be my endeavor to serve the Board to the best of my
ability.

TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT.

Treasurer Mclntyre submitted his annual report as follows:

E. Mclntyre, Treasurer, to the Nebraska State Board of Agriculture:

Jan.^20th, 1903. Dr.

To balance from 1902 (see year book, page 9) $1,557.42

To Cash from Furnas, acct. ground rental 20 . 00



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Jan. 20th, 1903. Dr.

To Cash borrowed 1st Nat'l Bank 500.00

To Cash from Fumas acct. Grass Sold 45.00

To Cash from Furnas acct. Speed Fines 50.00

To Cash from Fumas acct. Speed Dept. Receipts 2,577.40

To Cash from Fumas acct. Booth Dept 4,082.41

To Cash from Fumas acct. Licensed Teams 215. 15

To. Cash from Furnas acct. Stalls and Pens 1,161.00

To Cash from Fumas acct. Camping Permits 29 . 50

To Cash from Fumas Wm. Foster returned 2.65

To Cash from Fumas C. H. Rudge acct. Fratemity Drill 10.00

To Cash from Fumas Wilson acct. Lumber sold 3.00

To Cash retumed on Warrant No. 1 ' 55.00

To Cash retumed on Warrant No. 127 8.50

To 36,570 Gen. Adm. Tickets sold 18,285.00

To 15,840 Amphitheater Tickets sold : 3,960 . 00

To 1,946 Quarter Stretch Tickets sold 486.50

To 15,472 B. & M. R. R. Coupons 7,736.00

To 278 Half B. & M. R. R. Coupons 69.50

To State Annual Appropriation 3,000 .00

To G. W. Lindsay's check acct. Medals 5.20^

Total Liabilities $43,859.23

Cr.

By Warrants paid, Series of 1897. ^ • 46.58

By Warrants paid. Series of 1902 19. 10

By Warrants paid. Series of 1903 37,605.66

To Balance 6,187.89



Total $43,859.23 $43,859.23

Respectfully submitted,
Jan. 4th, 1904. Edmund McIntyrb,

TreoAurer,
Examined, found correct, and approved this- Jan. 19, 1904.

' L. Morse,

Samuel Riley,
W. E. EwiNG,

Auditing Committee,

Mr. Mclntyre made the following remarks at close of reading his report:

Mclntyre: To lots of you who would like to study dry statistics, I have
prepared a tabulated statement of the financial affairs of the Board for the
last dozen years or so, and any that would like a copy I will leave it on the
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TREASURER McINTYRE'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
E, Mclntyre, Treasurer, credit, by warrants paid, series A. D. 199S, to-wit:.

No. ^ No. No.

1 250.00 45 11.24 89 19.21

2 10.00 46 674.02 90 12.00

3 28.25 47 1.40 91 120.25

4 10.00 48 1.00 92 100.00

5 10.00 49 3.75 93 166.60

6 50.00 50 40.00 94 50.00

7 166.65 51 15.75 95 X6.95

8 130.00 52 1.00 96 199.10

9 6.94 53 .75 97 12.00

10 2.40 54 "^... 75.00 98 6.00

11 5.22 55 166.65 99 3.00

12 11.50 56 50.00 100 30.00

13 7.05 57 2.00 101 6.00

14 45.00 58 74 102 500.00

15 12.55 59 20.00 103 55.00

16 166.65 60 25.75 104 30.70

17 50.00 61 166.65 105 100.00

18 29.20 62 50.00' 106 15.00

19... 26.45 63.,. 75.00 107 3.00

20 22.15 64 34.41 108 3.00

21 00 65 29.02 109 10.60

22 58.70 66 1.25 110 23.25

23 9.60 67 8.50 111 44.75

24 3.15 68 9.35 112 , 16.00

25 8.59 69 .00 113 8.00

26.. 1.26 70 36.00 114 70.00

27 22.00 71 20.10 115 60.00

28 2.50 72 166.65 116 67.25

29 166.65 73 50.00 , 117 15.00

30 50.00 74 10.97 118 5.30

31 6.12 75 00 119 1,000.00

32 7.52 76 19.38 120 40.00

33 200.00 77 30.75 121 20.00

34 27.50 78 1.50 122 12.00

35 2.75 79 10.00 123 12.00

36 1.90 80 7.35 124 5.00

37 2.50 81 00 125 60.45

38 22.40 82 75.00 126 16.00

39 8.00 83 00 127 8.50

40 8.00 -84 320.00 128 235.00

41 166.65 85 00 129 18.80

42 50.00 86 53.60 130 19.00

43 00 87 150.00 131'. 51.00

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229 100.00

230 .. 195.00



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No. No. No.

133 9.00 179 24.00 225 60.00

134 72.50 180 25.60 22*. 55.00

135 25.00 181 36.00 227 30 00

136 75 182 36.00

137 6.00 183 12.00

138 23.40 184 14.65

139 16.00 185 32.55

140 6.00 186 25.00 ^^^ ^^'^^

141: 48.85 187 16.00 ^32 540.00

142 21.00 188 20.67 233 55.00

143. 12.20^ 189 48.00 234 50.00

144 8.75 190 34.60 235 60.00

145 24.85 191 17.50 236 87.50

146 15.00 192 9.00 237 11.25

147 202.68 193 80.00 238 90.00

148 35.00 194 10.00 239 10.00

149 100.00 195 29.00 240 600.00

150 61.40 196 50.00 241... 50.00

151 62.00 197 50.00 ,242 30.00

152 22.00 198 60.00 243 30.00

153 29.55 199 50.00 244 120.00

154 41.00 200 44:00 245 3.75

155 28.25 201 120.00 246 15.00

156 92.10 202 50.00 247 18.75

157 89.80 203 100.00 248 00

158 26.65 204 7.50 249 46.00

159 20.25 205 15.00 250.. 9.00

160 16.00 206 20.00 251 00

161 34.77 207 60.00 "252 210.00

162 18.00 208 135.00 253 15.00

163 209.20 209 225.00 254 30.00

164 70.00 210 15.00 255 163.90

165 737.00 211 25.00 256 17.50

166 28.04. 212 100.00 257 110.85

167 47.75 213 30.00 258 210.75

168 53.80 214..; 25.00 259 2.85

169 53.20 215 200.00 260 25.00

170 74.30 216 50.00 261 20.00

171 100.00 217 100.00 262 25.00

172 12.00 218 50.00 263 6.00

173 49.05 219 450.00 264 16.42

174 20.00 220 66.00 265 6.00

175 19.85 221 34.00 266 7.50

176 15.00 222 225.00 267 16.00

177 36.00 223 271.25 268 25.00

178 36.00 224 5.00 269 21.25



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No.

270 25.00

271 15.00

272 35.00

273 35.94

274 120.00

275 6.00

276 2.50

277 157.50

278 4.00

279 146.25

280 41.62

281 87.50

282 8.50

283 14.00

284 146.25

285 10.00

286 2.25

287... 10.25'

288 1.50

289 7.00

290...... .. 36.00

291 21.75

292 35.00

293 118.90

294 692.80

295 3.00

296 18.70

297 70.11

298 8.00

299 10.00

300 8.00

301...... .. 300.00

302 200.00

303 200.00

304 200.00

305 200.00

306 200.00

307 ' 24.25

308 14.65

309 63.16

310 450.00

311 764.06

312 16.00

313 75.00

3l4 40.00

3l5 35.00



No.

316 50.00

317 50.00

318 35.00

319 35.00

320 100.00

321 150.00

322 50.00

323 71.75

324 2.62

325 562.56

326 1.50

327 40.00

328 89.75

329 70.00

330. ....... 42.00

331 200.00

332 6.90

333 95.51

334 155.77

335 ^ 3.00

336 20.00

337 00

338 16.00

339 10.50

340 14.00

341 25.00

342 ^. .00

343 327.35

344 250.00

345 41.25

346 29.43

347 103.38

348 500.00

349 138.90

350 8.75

351 200.00

352. ... .. .. 1,298.00

353..: 60.00

354 4.45



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