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Mobilization for Food Production—a Plan for a Civil-Military Service [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 May 1917
Mobilization for Food Production—a Plan for a Civil-Military Service INDORSED by the conference of state agricultural officers and representatives of agricultural colleges , and such authorities as Sir Horace Plunkett the famous English agriculturist , and introduced in congress , a plan for mobilization for food production devised by the University of Illinois may be adopted by the nation . It is as follows : This plan is based upon the following facts : ! . _ The present production of food in the United States is not increasing in proportion to the increase in population . 2 . In going to war , the production of food is our strongest asset particularly in view of the reduced food production in Canada and in western Europe . 3 . The experience of all time indicates that every nation . in going to war puts men into active military service without regard to the disturbance of basic industrial conditions , even the production of the food of the people . 4 . Indiscriminate enlistment f...
KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY P . W . Goebel , President of the American Bankers Association , to the Bankers of America §| .. PATRIOTISM is the common heritage . It is a truism that the people are devoted to their country and to its success in any undertaking . Bankers , by spoken word and concrete act , have shown their patriotism . They are ready to contribute their resources , their energy and their experience to the common cause . But the great emergency the country now faces demands much more than the promise of sacrifice . Wisdom is needed as well as courcifje . In every community bankers share in business leadership . Their counsel is sought by thousands . More than on those engaged in other lines of endeavor is it incum bent upon them to guide lie confidence , prevent public ways of sound thinking and In everything that pertains dence in enterprise and wise banker oices a new and the country . Be . must keep free and he must do it witlidation to his customers . Speculative ventures ...
What is the Duty of the American Banker ? Read This—Take it to Heart ! [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
What is the Duty of the American Banker ? Read This—Take it to Heart ! By Peter W . Goebel President American Bankers Association This address — patriotic , level-headed , inspiring — was delivered before the bankers of Missouri . They applauded it—so will every banker . But there must be more than applause — there must be DEEDS ! The leader of American bankers points the way—ACT ! WE are in war ! We probably have not realized it yet , all of us , but the realization will come to us quickly—and the sooner the better . We are in war , and war is going to be our principal business for some time to come , God only knows how long , and we must think of war . We must make the business of war our first business and give it our first consideration . We must augment the production of those things that go to make war and that go to gain victory our first consideration , and sacrifice everything , take the producers out of everything that goes to make up mere luxuries or bring about only mere...
The Opportunity of the Farmer and the Duty of the Banker [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
The Opportunity of the Farmer and the Duty of the Banker By George M . Reynolds President Continental and Commercial National Bank , Chicago WE are now engaged in the greatest war in the history of the world , and if it is brought to a victorious conclusion we must all cooperate in a whole hearted manner , lt will not do to sit back and expect characteristic American luck or the exertions of our neighbors and friends to win the fight . In all warlike operations , there are four great essentials : men , money , munitions and food . The men may volunteer , investors of the country may , even to the point of self denial , lend their money , to the Government , and through ingenuity and energy , great stores of munitions may be supplied , but the fourth great essential , food , must come from the efforts of the farmer . Men and munitions are the sinews of war , but you cannot support the former on the field of battle without great stores of food , nor can you supply the latter without h...
I Help With the Labor Problem [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
I Help With the Labor Problem It is expected that there will be a Federal clearing house for farm labor in every county within a short time . Bankers : cooperate with the Federal officials and help your farmers secure the labor they must have . ffi ^ l ^ tirlllllLlLllLltllllHHIlllLllllllLlLlllllUlIlllllITIllIllLHlllIlLlIUlllllIlllllllUllllllllllllltlllllllllilllllllllllLlllllLlllLlLllllllllllltllllllllllllLUUllLlllllllltlfni tEllllllllllllUlllaJ
A County Agent in Every Agricultural County ! The Nation Needs Them [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
A County Agent in Every Agricultural County ! The Nation Needs Them panrainiiiisgiggiiniiBM j What the Banker Can Do j r ~ T \ HE best , quickest and most practical plan to _ £ _ bring better farming methods—which mean j better yields and , therefore , more food—is § I through the county agent . Less than half of the i agricultural counties in the United States have agents , i State associations : start a campaign to increase the number of agents in your state . Urge each county § to start a movement . I I Individual bankers : write to the state leader of ] extension work in your state for details . Confer j with your leading farmers . Send for a copy of I the February BANKER-FARMER which contains a 1 model constitution for a farm bureau and other in- j formation . j ^ LiiuMiisiiunurukuiiinininnmiMiiiiiLiiiitiiLiiiLTitiiiiiiLiiiiiiiiuuii iiumiiigiiiiniiiiiMmiiiiiiiLiiiuiiiiiiiiiiitiLiiiniiiHiMiiiiiitiLiiiiiiiiiuiiiHHiiiiiitTPi | | | | | | | | | | | | ARMIES must have captainsagricul...
' . ¦¦¦ ,,,. ii-iiii'iiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiuuuiiiiimiiiuuiuuiuuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii ]| iiiiimHllllllllllllli [ IIMIUI ! ltllll ] m ]|]|[|] liMlll Wanted—3 , 000 County Agents ! [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
. ¦¦¦ ,,,. ii-iiiiiiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiuuuiiiiimiiiuuiuuiuuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii ]| iiiiimHllllllllllllli [ IIMIUI ! ltllll ] m ]|]|[|] liMlll Wanted—3 , 000 County Agents ! THE government estimates that there are about 3 , 000 agricultural counties and 1278 have county agents at present . It wants to double the number of agents . More Federal funds will be available . Pave the way in your county . Uncle Sam s Department of Agriculture believes that the county agent is the best insurance against food shortage . Don t Forget the Birds N INETY per cent of the normal bird life of this country has already been destroyed and the other ten per cent will go in a few years unless drastic measures are employed to stop the slaughter . The farmers and fruit growers of this country are losing over $ 1 , 000 , 000 , 000 a year by reason of the ravages of insects . Food for your family and feed for your livestock is the first step toward Safe Farming .
The Flag Speaks [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
The Flag Speaks aimimwi in 1 Fianklin K . Lane Secretary of the Interior I AM all that you hope to be , and have the courage to try for . I am the day s work of the weakest man , and the largest dream of the most daring . I am the Constitution and the courts , statutes and the statute makers , soldier and dreadnought , drayman ¦ and street sweep , cook , counselor , and clerk . I am the battle of yesterday , and the mistake of tomorrow . I am the mystery of the men who- do without knowing why . I am the clutch of an idea , and the reasoned purpose of resolution . I am no more than what you believe me to be and I am all that you believe I can be . I am what you make me , nothing more . I swing before your eyes as a bright gleam of color , a symbol of . yourself , the pictured suggestion of that big thing which makes this mtion . My stars and my stripes are your dream and your labors . They are bright with cheer , brilliant with courage , firm zoith faith , because you have made them ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
RANlfiMMER BmewbtgtlttBanimAcfivftiesfraBefo ^ Title Registered in U . S . Patent Office Saocf » tinn b U h t Ae * - ™™! Commission of the American Bankers eMonSSn , i . * • ? a matte ** - o £ P ews but with the ^ nee Purpose oi . SS ^ S ??* « u , « kening and inspiring to action . T HE B AKKEB -F ASMER attempts to present monthly concrete happenings and suggestions bearing on tne hankers constructive program for a better agriculture and countty Published under the direction of JOSKPH HIRSCH , Chairman of the Agricultural Commission LOUIS M . TOBIN , Editor Subscription Price—FIFTY OEHTB A TEAS Canadian subscription , 62 cents a year . - SPECIAL OFFER TO BANKS FOR DISTRIBUTION $ 2 . 25 and $ 3 . 25 per lOO—write for particulars . Address THE BANKER-FARMER , Champaign , Illinois . Entered as second-class matter , Dec . 1 , 1913 , at the Post Office . Cham- : paign , HI ., under Act of March 3 . 1879 .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
Chairmen of the Committees on Agriculture and Education of the Bankers State Associations £ ?? £ N i §^ S ~ B - c -J owell , vice-pres ., Southern Trust Co ., Little Rock . ftSS A T Ja r % Kat h Jr - Anmston City National bank , Anniston . £ ? T ™ M 5 V G ~ S J ? n g ! ei &lt;*?&gt;»« ¦ . Mesa City bank , Mesa . rArS ? AT ^ Y ^ ^ C « r Carr ^ lce pre tv ? Jrst National bank , Portervilie . SSfiWA ^ - ? - J- ^ lls J DenT r er National bank , Denver . ? r n A mAV J r hn f- &gt; R , cterdso ? ; Jr - pres y £ atI- Bk- of DeI- &gt; Wilmington . rSnSr-TA » SV c £ am &gt; ll s ? Munroe and Chambliss Natl , bank , Ocala . frT ? 5 Sr ^ j K • c ? u 1 t - vlce-pres .. Middle Georgia bank , Eatonton . WT- Kr ^ e T u £ he fi he £ d &lt;***• Empire National bank , Lewiston . mmAMA - &amp; h M B Crebs &gt; pre l - Th = National Bank of Carmi , Carmi . ™ 5 r IA r ~ * W e W - Bonner . rashier , Third National bank , Greensburg . IT AWCA...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Association J ° SePh Cnrisk T ^ , r fh ^ an C ° rPUS Chri 5 ti Nati ° nal Bank Corpus Wfl l C ^ Go ^ on , , oashier , Farmers Savings bank , Marshall , Missouri . oi , w w llA , V , Ce ; pr . e i- Southern Trust Co ., Little Rock , Arkansas . SrJj ^ w c ?™^ pres * ent , Merchants National bank , Hillsboro , Ohio . T S w i ^ h 9 ™ e ™ . casi V- Empire National bank , Lewiston , Idaho . J . K . Wheeler , vice-president , Farmers and Merchants Union bank . Columbus , Wisconsin .
To the Bankers of America [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
To the Bankers of America JU 1 N ftands with your agricultural committee and with those scientists of your college who are devoting their lives to these problems , which have suddenly become a vital issue to the Nation . TO WORK ! For three years , while this horrible tragedy abroad has been occupying the world s stage , we have been complacentl y going about our business , selling our goods and our foodstuffs , and pursuing our pleasures , while our brothers of France and England , our new brothers of Russia , our stricken brothers of Poland and Belgium have been drenched in blood . While we have been living in peace and plenty , millions upon millions of people abroad —the old and the young—men , women and children—have been crying for food . Starvation—rank starvation , illness , misery , death , have been their portion . It is as if we had been making merry in a house of mourning . Now , at last , we , too , are engaged in this terrible conflict , which God grant , may result in...
Help the Fanner to Win the War [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
Help the Fanner to Win the War THE people of the United States are not yet aroused to the deadly seriousness of the conditions which the nation faces . They hardly comprehend what it means that we have thrown down the gage of battle to the most marvelous , merciless military machine in the world . They cannot , realize as yet that it will require every last ounce of our energy , billions of our treasure and rivers of our blood to win the victory that must be won . When Earl Kitchener at the opening of the war expressed his belief that it would be fought for three years at least , his statement was regarded as ultra-conservative by the world . Yet Kitchener s prediction has been realized . It does not seem humanly possible—yet the war may continue another three years . Food will win the war . We must feed ourselves and feed our allies . Countless bankers all over the United States are cooperating with farmers to increase our production . Most of the banks in the United States are in ...
More County Agents I [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
More County Agents I H ELP to organize your county for a farm bureau and a county agent . No one other agency will prove as valuable to help the farmers do their part towards winning the war . Write to the state leader of extension work at your state college of agriculture . Youll find his name and address on page 7 . Send for a copy of the February issue of THE BANKER-FARMER . It tells how to get an agent . Long before war came the Agricultural Commission urged upon the bankers of America the importance of a campaign to place eventually an agent in every agricultural county in the United States . It is far more important now that this campaign be accelerated . The presence of an agent in a county means that its farmers are being guided along the sanest lines . It means efficiency . The cooperation of bankers has been found to be valuable when county agent movements were started in the past . It will be more valuable and more welcome today . Help to get a county agent ! Let your far...
The Sanctification of America ' s Wealth—the Liberty Loan ! [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
The Sanctification of America s Wealth—the Liberty Loan ! By Herbert Quick M ujvtiv used to save liberty to the world becomes sacred . The Liberty .- Loan is money devoted to that great cause . We have gained the reputation of being money grubbers . We have been called Yankee hogs . We have been suspected of being devoted to greed rather than patriotism . For three years last past we have been drawing to ourselves a stream of wealth greater than any people ever received before . The rest of the world was being drained dry , starved thin , and bled white ; but we waxed richer and richer . And now arises the supreme opportunity of all our history . We suddenly find ourselves in the ; position of trustees of all this wealth , and in no sense its owners . Destiny has been very good to America . Fate has made us the richest people on earth , the hugest reservoir of industrial power the planet ever bore . The rest of the world and some of us have thought that Destiny meant to let us get a...
Banks : Start Sheep Clubs—the Nation Needs More Mutton , More Wool [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 June 1917
Banks : Start Sheep Clubs—the Nation Needs More Mutton , More Wool The Banker Inspects the Sheep WHEN the Bethany State bank of Bethany , Illinois , offered for sale to boys and girls ioo ewes at the exact cost , it was hardly prepared for the interest which resulted . Every ewe was placed with a boy or girl within forty-eight hours after the banks offer ¦ was made public . The bank s proposition was stated as follows : BOYS AND GIRLS SHEEP CLTJB We will offer for sale , one hundred head of choice Ohio Delano ewes to the boys and girls of this community at exactly what they cost us . Our object in this is to stimulate an increased interest in farming and animal husbandry in our boys and girls , as it is plain to all who study the signs of the times , that we must produce more of everything than we hitherto have been doing . It is plain to all that we now have a world shortage of everything . In view of the fact that the United States is at least 10 , 000 , 000 sheep short of normal ...