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Why and Wherefore [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

Why and Wherefore This publication--pioneering a new field in journalism--is only another agency wherewith the banking fraternity hopes to serve the cause ot Permanent Agriculture . A Permanent Agriculture can only grow out of a successful rural life , which in turn , is die basis of a healthful and enduring national life . The soil and its care and die care of its caretakers constitutes die biggest problem we face . THE BANKER-FARMER hopes to submit , in monthly review , the activities of the various State Bankers Associations , their Comrr- ^ jees on Agriculture and Education as well as the work of die individual banker in Agricultural n _ .. iers , including items of interest in connection therewith . In this field of public welfare—better farming , marketing , education , roads , rural life and credits—die banker shows his living interest not by faith only but by works . It is under the direction of the newly constituted Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Associatio...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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The Banker Helps the Farmer Get a Demonstrator [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

The Banker Helps the Farmer Get a Demonstrator (Many inquiries come: How should we start a movement to secure a county demonadafferf 1 » rte toft , Hanthe bMker . The county demonstrator u ^ of thg . £ agences to awaken the former . THE BANKER-FARMER MU this apocryptol SLVS , from the actual experiences of counties which have secured demonstrator * . ) By Louis M . Tobin Q ^ SSIl The Banker was uneasy . His business flourished , but he waa vaguely uneasy . He had read intermittently of an agricultural awakening that stirred the country ; lately he had heard a ringing speech at Ms state convention . He knew that hankers were busy la this movement He wanted to help . That waa why he was uneasy . The Banker s county was perhaps typical . Its farmers were hard-headed , prone perhaps to view new things with prejudice , but they , too , had heard rumblings of what their neighbors were doing . Some ot them had talked to the Banker about these new-fangled ideas In agriculture . They had agr...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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Phases of Rural Credits [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

Phases of Rural Credits { Prof . T . N . Carver is a well known student of political ec nomy and a writer on many phases of rural Uft . From IJXW he held the chair of political economy in Harvard University until he recently retired to become director of th * Rural Organisation Service of the United States Department of Agriculture . At the request of THE . BANKER-FARMER he has mitten this article on rural credits . ) By Prof . T . N .. Carver . As fhe result of a partial study of rural credit condi tions , it begins to appear that the very farmers who most need credit facilities often fall to get them under the present banking system . It is , of . course , always true that the well-to-do farmer , who has some property and ia known to be responsible , can get aU the credit he wants ; bnt the small farmer , who is Just beginning and has not yet accumulated a fund of property , is , in many cases practically cut off from adequate credit facilities . He must rely upon the private lend...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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The Banker ' s Duty to Women [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

The Banker s Duty to Women ( . Miss Alto Hooper , associate editor of Community Buitdtfls ? TlTJT ? Aoneultwrt • * - *> »» , Arf ^ M !»« , $ ™ 4 ^™ ° «*¦** »« > lit ., has written especially for THE BANKER-FARMER oa * « , / rtr 6 «* - rtwfti ? * «« V Arf > rtm . TA * / fl m * r *»*«« the banker is his friendto respects his opinion more than any one else , reminds Miss Hooper . Then she tells us fust what ihe banker can do for the farm women ^ nd it s true . She refers specifically to Ilhnots . but the message rings just as true for the whole country . ) By Alta Hooper In the education , in the attitude , in the comprehension of the women and girls on the farms ot Illinois , there lies in great part the secret of a wholesome , satisfying , respected and truly cultured life out ln the country It is they who make or fail to make an atmosphere . Not only on the farms , but everwhere . all over the world , we are Just beginning to find out that women are ...

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Eastern Bank Is Active [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

Eastern Bank Is Active The inter-relation of the city and the country as bearing on high living costs ls to be the theme ot a three days agricultural conference to be held in Philadelphia on December 4 , 5 and 6 , under the auspices of the Corn Exchange National bank and leading trade and educational bodies of the city and state . Speakers ot national prominence are to be present and the questions to be discussed Include those of marketing , transportation , agricultural credits , middlemen and many other associated problems . The conference was arranged in connection with the corn show ot the Corn Exchange National bank , as a climax to its corn raising contest tor $ 1 , 250 in prizes offered last spring to formers ot Pennsylvania , New Jersey , Delaware and Maryland . The Corn Exchange bank was one of the first in the east to take up agricultural work . The conference Is the direct result ot Its interest and la a worthy example of what intelligent activity may accomplish . There a...

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Agricultural Credits—What Plan Do We Really Need ? [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

Agricultural Credits—What Plan Do We Really Need ? { An attempt to outline some of the phases of the situation today . The American farmer is as well treated as the man in the city when he steps u > to the cashiers desk . And he is * * tn debt as much as you might think from reading articles today . Even Europe s own record with co-operative land banks and our own experiences tn the 8 < fs spells caution in such schemes . There are plenty of banks in the United States . With country banks largely controlled by farmers , why can t these and the building and loan associations be utilisedt ) By B . F . Harris The discussion of rural credits begun by members of the Committee on Agricultural and Financial Development and Education of the American Bankers Asso iation , at the New Orleans convention In 1911 , when followed by President Taft s message on the subject in 1912 , has , as Mr . Joseph Chapman stated , had the effect of taking this matter largely out of the ...

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A Lesson from the Ohio Building Asssociations [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

A Lesson from the Ohio Building Asssociations ("There are far more American farmers who are today looking for a safe and profitable place to invest their savings than there are farmers who are looking for mortgage loans." convention of Buildtng and Loan associations at Milwaukee. Mr. Haymakers conclusions based upon his own experience, and those of Ohio associations generally in making loans to farmers, are so of wide interest in these days when rural credits are so frequently discussed and so many panaceas are suggested. He argues that in the building and loan association the United States has a co-operative plan at home. For extracts from Mr. Haymaker's addresses THE BANKER FARMER is indebted to "Maine Rural Life," in which Harry M. Smith, bank commissioner for Maine, commented favorably and to Mr. Haymaker's own pamphlet, "Farmer Loans by Building Associations.") By K . V . Haymaker A large commission of eminent gentlemen , authorized by our federal government and others by sever...

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Associations Ask Action [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

Associations Ask Action Martin 8 . Cohen in tbe New York American : At fhe Milwaukee convention ot fhe United States League of Savings and Loan associations long-term mortgages for fhe farmer were thoroughly discussed . A committee appointed to investigate the subject was given fall power to push legislation . The committee consists of Edwin F . Howea chairman ; Charles OConnor Hennessy of New Jersey ; K . V . Haymaker of Ohio ; George F . GO : more of Nebraska ; E . L . Kessler of North Carolina . Since its appointment the committee has investigated the subject and arranged for a hearing before the Committee on Banking and Currency at Washington In the latter part of November . George I . Skinner , First Deputy Superintendent of Bants of the State of New York , is cooperating with the committee . There are over 6 , 000 building and loan associations in the United States , and the amount Invested in them exceeds $ 1 , 100 , 000 , 000 . They are adapted peculiarly to handle small loa...

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Co-operative Bank Fails [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

Co-operative Bank Fails The Imperial Cooperative bank ot Germany , a central credit institution for the loan and savings banks affiliated with the union ot cooperative agricultural societies , win be dissolved . There are more than 26 , 000 societies , with a membership of 2 , 500 , 000 farmers . Many ot these socle ties will lose . The Washington Herald comments : Technically educated men ot no practical experience have tull awing in Germany . It la fundamentally a tryout country . Therefore , before we borrow a leaf from the experience of Genuan institutions , it is well to keep In mted that what m-n be done over there may not do at all for this country . Gordon Jones , of Denver , to an address embodying his conclusions as a member of the American commission to study European credit syatems , stated that sixty societies to Germany had dissolved from June , 1910 , to May , 1911 . i ° f . L ° i ttenl *¦* ¦ * been 8 fflU » tea *»* • eentart credit tastitation and the year book of th...

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE or THE PERMANENT CONFERENCE or THE COMMITTEES ON AGRICULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE or THE PERMANENT CONFERENCE or THE COMMITTEES ON AGRICULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 0 » THE STATE BANKERS ASSOCIATIONS . B . F . HAEEXI , President ALABAMA—JOBH E . DiAnrou , Prest Bank of Tuskngee , Tnskosee . ARKANSAS—J . NICHOLS , Cashier Simmons National Basic , Pise Bluff . CALIFORNIA—L . P . BSKEMS , Pt Sin Mateo Co . Svgs . Bt , Redwood COLORADO—G . W . Goasoa , Preaident Bank of Haxtum , Haxtum . FLORIDA—W . E . BELL , Vice PL Fanners & Mchts . Bk ., Trenton . GEORGIA—A I . Cum , Pieaident Damon National Bank , Dawson . IDAHO—JL F . Aucar , Caahier Firat National Bask Fayette . ILLINOIS—T . M . CUBS , President Pint National Bank , CarmL INDIANA—C . L . Goosua , Caahier State Bank , Ccmwfordsville . IOWA—C H . McNisn , President Pint National Bank , Mason City . KANSAS—M . H . Hum , President Citirens Bank , Abilene . LOUISIANA—L . M . Pool , V . Pt Hibernia National Bk ., New Orleans MARYLAND—DAHISL AMHAH , Pres . Second NatL Bk ., Cumb...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

MNKHWffiR Eeviewn $ t & B « nlmAtfvitafra ^ Copyright and patent applied for . A Monthly Review of the Activities of the State Bankers Associations ; their Agricultural Committees and the Individual banker in Agricultural matters . Items of interest concerning the public welfare ,, in connection with the effort to secure a Successful and Permanent Agriculture through Better Farming ; Marketing , Education , Roads , Rural life and Credits . Permission to quote is granted when credit is given THE BANKER-FARMER and the movement it represents .

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AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION . [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION . B . F . Harris , Chairman , V . Pt Firat National Bank , Champaign , Illinois W . D . ViacaicT , Caahier , OM National Bank , Spokane , Waahington C H . McNmaa , Preaident Firat National Bank Mason City , Iowa loa . HiascH , V . Pt Corpus Chriati NtL Bank , Corpus ChrisS , Tens I . W . WHEELEE , Vice President Capitol Ntl . Bank , St Paul , Minnesota R . L WOODSIBE , Pt Farmers & Mchts . Bank . Greenville , So . Carolina I . S . WHEELEE , Cash . Farm . & Mchts . Union Bk ., Columbus , Wisconsin

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

PUBLISHED BY THK AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION . OF THI AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS B . F . HASMS , EWTOB Subscription Price Fifty Cents for all current issues to 1915—regardless of when subscription is received . Where State Associations are active all subscriptions must come through state secretaries . ¦ Application made for entry aa second-class matter , December I , 1913 , at the Post Office at Champaign , Illinois , under the Act of March 3 , 187 ? .

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How You Can Helo [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

How You Can Helo WE HAVE ATTEMPTED in this initial issue merely to touch , rather than treat—as we hope later to do—a wide range of subjects , as giving a glimpse of the broad field that lies before THE BANKER-FARMER . The BANKER-FARMER is in embryo and every banker-farmer is concerned with and should help by suggestion in its proper development and usefulness . Especially must THE BANKER-FARMER depend upon the chairmen and members of the various state association committees on agricultural development and education and upon the state secretaries . Each must be a committee of one to criticise , as well as boost , and to offer every item of any possible interest concerning this field of work . Each state committee is requested to invite oso or more of its foremost agricultural , journalistic or public leaders to prepare short , concrete statements covering the most pressing agricultural or rural life problems in their respective sections of the country , and suggest wherein and how f...

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New Bill Deserves Defeat [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

New Bill Deserves Defeat The conference of agricultural committees of the State Bankers associations Indorsed and went to Washington to rapport the original Lever bill as introduced and passed at the last session ot the house in 1912 . The bill failed to pass the senate . A recent editorial in the Farmers Review under the caption , Deserving of Defeat , said : The original Lever bill , which waa before Congress last year , provided for liberal federal appropriations to agricultural colleges for extension work Its purpose was to aid financially the work of the state institution . , in carrying information to the farm , largely through practical ferm demonstrations . There were no strings tied to the proposed appropriations , so far as the actual use of the money wae concerned . Individual colleges were to be permitted to exercise full authority over its expenditure tt they chose to take advantage of the terms of the proposition . The bill was worthy the fine support lt received insid...

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The Banker ' s Responsibility [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

The Banker s Responsibility { . John Fields , editor of the Oklahoma Farm Journal and formerly director of the United States experiment station at Stillwater , Okla ., is a splendid , stalwart type of the best farm journal editor of today . He has led the movement for better rural and elementary education in . his own state . Editor Fields thinks that bankers too often have notions , instead of real knowledge about farming . This interesting article was written especially for THE BANKER-FARMER . ) By John Fields Those who control the sources of farmers credit have vastly more to do with influencing agricultural production than have the combined activities ot the United States and the state departments of agriculture , the agricultural colleges and experiment stations , and the farm press . The borrower must satisfy the demands of those from whom he borrows . Unless he answers satisfactorily the question : What are you going to do with the moneyT he doesnt get lt In commercial lines ...

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The States—Colorado ' s Plan [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

The States—Colorado s Plan George T . Wells , of the Denver National bank , has taken active charge ot the work ot the agricultural committee of the Colorado State Bankers association , mapping ont an aggressive campaign . There were many candidates for the office of chairman , showing that Colorado bankers are deeply interested , and the matter was settled by appointing the former state president H . W . Rnbey , who accepted with a proviso that he could turn the work over to Mr . Wells as vice-chairman and secretary of the committee . Mr . Wells gives this outline of what he plans to do in the year s work : I have divided the state into ten sections , which are geographical divisions ; also appointing a man in each section as a member of the general committee ; he , in turn , to act as chairman ot a local committee , comprising the various counties adjacent It will be his duty . to attain , if possible , monthly reports from each one of his counties as to the agricultural developme...

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South Borrows Dr . Hopkins [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

South Borrows Dr . Hopkins A great southern propaganda—the Southern Settlement and Development Organisation—has come to the middlewest and secured its Soil Builder . To become director of agriculture ot this organization with its Impressive program to improve agricultural conditions in the southern atates , Dr . Cyril G . Hopkins , the famous authority on soils of the University of Illinois , has secured a year s leave from the university and has assumed his duties with headouarters at Baltimore , Md . Dr . Hopkins is a world authority on soils , For twenty years he has labored unselfishly at the Illinois college of ^ culture until the Illinois system ot permanent soil fertility became a tact and not a theory . Dr . Hopkins has resolutely refused offers of positions with greater financial toducements . refusing to be allured from his chosen work » his own state . But the nature and magnitude of the great southern plan attracted him and . the university acceded to hia request for a l...

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To State Secretaries [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

To State Secretaries Several state secretaries , always on tip-toe , ready for a quick start to boost their states , have already secured and sent in good special articles from prominent men . Their example should be followed promptly by others . THE BANKER-FARMER must give an early answer to the postal authorities , so please be prompt in securing instructions from individual members of your state associations to send them this publication and charge to their dues account Send addressed wrappers for these members for the January issue by December 12 , if yon have not already done so .

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is Chicago , IQIA . [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1913

is Chicago , IQIA . n easily possible to make our Fourth Annual Conference of the Agricultural Committees of the State Bankers Associations one of the most important and effective agricultural conferences ever held . Everybody is Invited and aU State Bankers Associations should arrange to be represented . The location is central , ideal . Send in your suggestions at once as to the subjects for the program , and the names of the speakers we should have . We only want cracker-jacks , real men and women with practical mes sages and suggestions born ot knowledge and experience Do it now—and sene good ones , for the conference ls critical . The Chicago Clearing House Association will be host and ls already making plans for entertainment

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