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Cooperate with Your College [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
Cooperate with Your College THE annual convention of the South Carolina Bankers association was held at Clemson college . More and more it is becoming fashionable among bankers state associations to hold conventions at their state . agricultural colleges . Nothing could be as appropriate today . Plan to have your next convention at your state college . Let your members know what it is doing . They will go home inspired by what they have heard and seen . A banker visit on the farm is worth two in the bank .
For Your Housekeepers [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
For Your Housekeepers UXCLE SAM has just published two bulletins which ought to be in the hands of every woman . One is Farmers Bulletin 839 , Home Canning by the One-Period ColdPack Method . The other is Drying Fruits and Vegetables in the Home and it is Farmers Bulletin 841 . Write to the Division of Publications , U . S . Department of Agriculture , for copies and see that your farm women receive them .
BANKERS : HELP TO PUT A COUNTY AGENT IN EVERY AGRICULTURAL COUNTY ! [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
BANKERS : HELP TO PUT A COUNTY AGENT IN EVERY AGRICULTURAL COUNTY ! THE United States Department of Agriculture hopes to be able to place a county agent in every agricultural county of the United States . Until the legislation which would permit this is passed , the Departments plans are not announced . . That the United States Department of Agriculture considers the extension of the county agent system the most important step it can take toward farming that will feed us and our allies , with profits for the farmer and fertility preserved for the soil , is sufficient commendation for the county agent , if the system needs it . When the county agent goes to work in a county , the farmers are given real help , instead of the advice which is so p lentiful these days . In Mr . Traylor s address to the bankers of New York state , which is published in this issue , he pointed out the special opportunity of the bankers to help to establish county agents . The Agricultural Commission of the...
How a Georgia Bank Placed $ 6 , 000 Worth of Hogs Among Farmers [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
How a Georgia Bank Placed $ 6 , 000 Worth of Hogs Among Farmers The Porkers were Carefully Selected By R . C . Dunlap Fourth National bank , Macon , Ga . WHEN the boll weevil made its appearance in southwest Georgia , business men throughout the state realized that the pest was no respecter of communities and that it had come to stay . Bankers , merchants and manufacturers were in accord in their opinions of its damaging effect on business and great numbers of them began individually to plan ways and means of combating this devastating insect Accordingly , we wrote letters to about fifty banks in Alabama , Louisiana , Mississippi and Texas , located in weevil infested sections where agricultural conditions were similar to those of middle Georgia , in which we asked what action they had taken and what course they would advise us to pursue . In creating up our replies we lound that scarcely any of them hadroads , who made no charge for their services which enabled us made any efforts ...
The Nation Needs Corn-Uncle Sam Asks for Fifty Bushels per Acre [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
The Nation Needs Corn-Uncle Sam Asks for Fifty Bushels per Acre THE Nation needs corn . To make into bread . To turn into meat and milk . Cultivate your corn . Get better yields by keeping soil moist and warm . Cultivate to store moisture . Cultivate as soon after rains as the soil has dried sufficiently . Keep the soil surface well stirred and light . This will let rain soak in quickly and reduce waste . In fair weather it will prevent the subsoil from drying out . A well-stirred surface soil will send moisture , laden with plant food , up through the corn roots and stalks to make ears . Cultivate to destroy weeds . Every weed in a cornfield is an enemy . Weeds drink up moisture and consume plant food that should go to make corn kernels instead of weed seeds . Destroy your weed enemies when they begin to appear . Don t wait for them to mobilize in strength . Attack weeds if possible in fair weather . You will then have the sun as a powerful ally . Cultivate to warm the soil . Evapo...
Food Thrift Will Help to Win the War-We Must Starve the Garbage Pail [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
Food Thrift Will Help to Win the War-We Must Starve the Garbage Pail By Charles Lathrop Pack President National Emergency Garden Commission AMERICANS yearly waste enough food in their kitchens to feed the entire British army in Europe . This annual waste has been estimated at $ 700 ,- 000 , 000 but this probably is too low . Whatever the actual amount may be , it shows that American carelessness , if continued , will pour down the sinks and into the garbage buckets the assurance of victory in this war . But what of other waste—waste on farms , waste in transportation , losses in storage ? Compared with this other and greater waste , all of which can be largely avoided by care and industry , the kitchen waste , also preventable , is infinitesimal . In normal times , cut out these wastes and there would be no cost of living problem . Cut them out NOW and , in spite of the gloomy forebodings of those who prophesy a world famine on account of scarcity of farm labor and gradual dwindling...
How Canada Rallied Its Forces for ' Patriotism and Thrift [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
How Canada Rallied Its Forces for Patriotism and Thrift By J . B . Spencer Editor Agricultural Gazette of Canada D URING the closing months of 1914 Canada realized the important part that food would play in successfully prosecuting tne war . it was realized that the practices of the best farmers , if followed by those less successful , would result in better crops than had heretofore been grown . And so the slogan Patriotism and Production was taken up . Specific instructions for improving the crops of 1915 were widely distributed . This was followed by a series of public conferences between well-informed experts and farmers . The plan involved series of meetings addressed by officials of the Dominion and Provincial Departments of Agriculture and other authorities , who discussed with practical men in addition to the technical matters connected with farming , such economic questions as markets , prices , the effect of war on demand , the effect of shortage of labor supply , anl also...
Crop Insurance for Farmers—An Interesting Experiment in Massachusetts [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
Crop Insurance for Farmers—An Interesting Experiment in Massachusetts WHILE in most regions farmers have realized that it is profitable as well as patriotic to raise as large crops as possible , there are some places where the nature of the crops and uncertainty of market conditions make an increased production a hazard . To obtain a maximum production in these regions a plan of crop insurance has been suggested but it has remained for the farm bureau of Worcester county , Massachusetts , to work out a plan and put it into effect . A group of manufacturers in Worcester have sponsored this plan , which has been worked out by a committee consisting of farmers and representatives of the farm bureau . It is reported that the plan has been readily taken up by farmers and the working out of the idea will be watched with interest . The plan is described as follows by the farm bureau : The two main elements which have discouraged production on Worcester county farms are : i . Uncertainty as...
The Bank ' s Agricultural Agent [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
The Bank s Agricultural Agent MANY banks have found it profitable , both to the community and to themselves , to engage as a permanent member of their staffs an agricultural agent . The Yale National bank of New Haven , Connecticut , has done this . The agent is a practical farmer and a college graduate , Raymond K . Clapp , who sends this publication copies of various advertisements announcing prizes for pig clubs and gardening . Aside , from the prizes which we are offering , we are also financing the boys and girls pig clubs in this county , says Mr . Clapp . I visited schools with a representative of the Farm Bureau who was presenting the particulars of the fattening contest which they are conducting from June 1 to October 1 , and offered the services of the bank in the way of financing SPECIAL to FARMERS THIS Bank now has an Agricultural Department . Its aim is to offer New Haven County farmers the same financial assist4 ance now enjoyed by manufacturers and other business men ...
Plan for a Poultry Contest [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
Plan for a Poultry Contest TO promote the raising of more poultry , the Bank of Wisconsin , Madison , Wisconsin , has started a poultry contest The plan is described in the following circular : BOYS , ENTER THE POULTRY CONTEST ! The Bank of Wisconsin will help you . Every one of us must grow food for Uncle Sam , and an army of poultry will help win the war . Each boy or girl can help feed a soldier at the front , fighting our battle for democracy . I . From the volunteers for the contest , the principal selects five boys who are reliable , and will stay on the job all summer . The boys whom the Bank of Wisconsin is glad to start in the poultry business must have the consent of their parents to keep a flock , be certain to take regular care of their hens , to repay the bank faithfully , and to keep a careful account of their income and expenditure . These five boys will come in a body to the Bank of Wisconsin , with a letter of endorsement from their principal . 2 . Each boy receives...
Distribute This Magazine 1 [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
Distribute This Magazine 1 among your farmer friends . It is good advertising for your bank . It will help to show that you are genuinely interested in agriculture . j We will send you the magazine in bundles or we will j wrap , address and mail to you a list of your farmer friends , j Write TODAY for particulars . 1 IknniininiiiimHiiMinraoM ^
Appeals to South Carolina Bankers [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 July 1917
Appeals to South Carolina Bankers ONE of the mistakes that our modern civilization is so apt to make is over emphasizing the importance of cities and factories and failing to appreciate the fundamental necessity of agriculture which is the basis of the life of every one of us . In these days , however , the whole world is appreciating more than ever what agriculture means in the life of every man , woman , and child . The recent appeal of our President to all of us to aid in every possible way the agricultural interests of the country is the best possible proof of this . Therefore , I am sure thai ; we could not have chosen a more appropriate place for our convention than the Clemson Agricultural College . The bankers of South Carolina , if they want to , can make South Carolina prominent in almost any line of agriculture . For instance , we are well fitted , as it works in with our other farming interests , to make this state a large producer of dairy cattle . If we decide to make ...
Htotototototatotatatantotota totatatotatotototatatatotatatatatatatatatotototototoMt I How the Bankers of Twenty-Four States Can Help to f ff Prevent an Appalling Waste of Foodstuffs [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 August 1917
Htotototototatotatatantotota totatatotatotototatatatotatatatatatatatatotototototoMt I How the Bankers of Twenty-Four States Can Help to f ff Prevent an Appalling Waste of Foodstuffs f An Appeal by Secretary of Agriculture Houston ff To Joseph Hirsch , Washington , D . C , July 21 ff ff Chairman Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Association ff ff Dear Sir : -g ff A situation is confronting us in many states with reference to perishable fruits and ff fl vegetables which calls for prompt action if waste is to be averted . j J I am exceedingly anxious that in addiiion to the regular force of the Department f there shall be in each community a man of prominence who cam , serve as an example to w fl the community , in this way supplementing the activities of the regular agencies of w fl the department . ™ j What I propose in brief is this : that each banker s household through the sections w j where a surplus of perishable crop exists should pay especial attention to the con...
How the Bankers * State Associations Are Cooperating With the Farmers [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 August 1917
How the Bankers * State Associations Are Cooperating With the Farmers Cooperation—cooperation with state colleges of agriculture—cooperation with state councils of defense with various agencies all looking to an honest and helpful cooperation with the farmer for a more productive and a more productive agriculture—that is the keynote of the work which the American banker is doing in 1917 . If only every farmer and banker in the country could read the plain and unvarnished reports summonsing a few of the activities of ihe committees on agriculture of the bankers state associations—the farmers that they may know something of the ambition of the bankers to cooperate with them—the bankers that they maye be inspired along the paths biased by progressive committees . County Organisation Aids Michigan . AN extension of the county agent system to every agricultural county and more interest in boys and girls club work have been two purposes of the committee on agriculture of the Michigan Bank...
The Farmer Must Plan for a Maximum Crop in 1918—Why It Will Pay [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 August 1917
The Farmer Must Plan for a Maximum Crop in 1918—Why It Will Pay By H . A . Bereman Bankers : Help to lay the foundation now for the big crop which the farmer must raise for 1918 Find out what is the greatest need of your community—seed , machinery , fertilizer , and so on—and plan to cooperate to supply it . Read this article carefully . UNDOUBTEDLY 1917 is agriculture s most fruitful year so far , but the best part of this year is that it is a preparation for another . Prophecy is always fraught with uncertainty at best No one can tell what 1919 will bring , but the chances are that 1918 is going to be the American farmer s Big Year . If the war were to close today , America would still be the world s granary . Out of our surplus must be fed the millions of Europe —friend and foe . The demand for our wheat and corn and meat and vegetables will continue until the embattled nations have had time to heal the wounds of war . In the meantime stores of food will be exhausted ; seed will ...
Why Michigan Farmers Lose Millions of Dollars Every Year [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 August 1917
Why Michigan Farmers Lose Millions of Dollars Every Year By F . H Williams Pint State Bank , Allegan , Michigan MICHIGANS average yield of potatoes for a ten-year period has been 97 bushels per acre ; in 1915 it was 65 bushels ; in 1916 , 38 bushels per acre . Michigan s aver irom twenty-five to thirty bushels per acre There are 300 , 000 acres of rye ia Michigan . An increase of fifteen bushels per acre wouM age yield of beans for a ten-year period is 11 . 6 bushels per acre ; m IJ » 5 , 8 . 3 ; in 1916 , 6 . 5 bushels per acre . It would be interesting , if we had the necessary information to show the causes of such losses . It is a custom of time out of mind to lay the low yields to Providence on account of weather conditions . It is perfectly safe to do this , because there seems to be no one who is willing to defend the Almighty for His weather distribution , and the grower and the consumer get a certain amount of relief in finding a place to attach blame ; but the system of th...
1 Bankers : Organize a Community Canning Center—Help Mr . Hoover [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 August 1917
1 Bankers : Organize a Community Canning Center—Help Mr . Hoover SAVE food . Save it by practising the food conservation methods urged by Herbert Hoover . Save it by adopting the slogan , Eat all the vegetables and fruits you can , and what you can t you can . Every bank can help in this campaign . One method is suggested by Charles Lathrop Pack , president of the National Emergency Food Garden Commission . A bank could invest money no better at this time than by organizing a canning center for community work , says Mr . Pack . The cost would be small and the returns in a patriotic way would be enormous . What the women of this country need right now is just correct instruction and that the bank could easily give them . The women will work , and with a will , have no fear on that score The point is to teach the best methods and prevent waste . A canning center under the auspices of a bank would have two functions : To give instruction to beginners and to instruct those who will do t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 August 1917
MN 1 MRMER fes _ ew _ r $ tfe Banters Activtties for a Better Agriculture andferratlifc Title Registered in U . S . Patent Office Published by the Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers association , not as a matter of news , but with the single purpose of racounMsjng , quickening and inspiring to action . THE BANKERFARMER attempts to present monthly concrete happenings and suggestions bearing on the bankers constructive program for a better agriculture and country life . Published under the direction of JOSEPH HIRSCH , Chairman of the Agricultural Commission LOUIS M . TOBIN , Editor Subscription Price—FIFTY CENTS A TEAR Canadian subscription , 62 cents a year . SPECIAL OFFER TO BANKS FOR DISTRIBUTION $ 2 . 25 and $ 3 . 25 per 100—write for particulars . Address THE BANKER-FARMER , Champaign , Illinois . Entered as second-class matter , Dec . 1 , 1913 , at the Post Office , Champaign , HI ., under Act of March 3 , 1879 .