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I Get a Bound Volume f [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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How Women County Agents Transformed These Southern Communities [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

How Women County Agents Transformed These Southern Communities HAMILTON county , Tennessee , is the county in which Chattanooga is located . This county has had a ) woman engaged as home-demonstration agent for the last four years . It was found that many rural housekeepers in the county used preservatives in canning . In fact , every case of glass jars sold by merchants at that time generally had inclosed a package of canning powders . The girls in the canning club were taught , in tho presence of their mothers , to follow implicitly the instructions regarding sterilizing and processing and not to use preservatives . This was done as much for the mothers as for the girls . The mothers of the girls have been active cooperators and assist in all of the meetings . The Chattanooga Clearing House association presented an automobile for the use of the woman home demonstration agent in the county . One of the most commendable achievements is the operation of the market booth in the market...

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Larger Meat Supply is Essential—How Uncle Sam Will Mobilize It [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Larger Meat Supply is Essential—How Uncle Sam Will Mobilize It Joint Statement by Secretary of Agriculture Houston and Food Administrator Hoover ONE of the incidents of the European war has been the slaughter of large numbers of animals , and it is estimated that already the herds of Europe have been diminished by 28 , 000 , 000 cattle , 54 , 000 , 000 sheep and 32 , 000 , 000 hogs . An accelerated increase in this diminution of meat animals must take place in Europe from month to month as long as the war lasts . We have two problems in meat supplies . The first is the task of supplying our own soldiers and citizens and helping feed the soldiers and citizens of our allies during the war ; and to do this we must furnish large supplies and must find the supplies for the present largely by reduction in our own consumption and waste . The second problem is the one which we desire to bring particularly to the attention of the American producer , and that is : After the war , Europe , wit...

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^ niltlltinitl 1 llll | lll [ lllllElilltUlltlllllUlTltlllllllllllltll ][ llllllirilEIIIl [ ltlllflI 1 lltltlllttllllltlfnTll [ ITI * ltltllltiTiiiiliiiiitiiitiiii iininiiiiitmiiP Saving Perishable Foodstuffs [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

^ niltlltinitl 1 llll | lll [ lllllElilltUlltlllllUlTltlllllllllllltll ][ llllllirilEIIIl [ ltlllflI 1 lltltlllttllllltlfnTll [ ITI * ltltllltiTiiiiliiiiitiiitiiii iininiiiiitmiiP Saving Perishable Foodstuffs LAST month this publication carried on its front page an appeal from Secretary of Agriculture Houston to the bankers of twenty-four states , who were urged to try to prevent an appalling waste of perishable foodstuffs which seemed to be threatened . Bankers were urged to lead movements for the conservation of these foodstuffs by canning and other methods _ and also encourage the consumption of fresh vegetables -and fruits . It is gratifying to know that many bankers wrote to the Department offering to cooperate . It is not too late for bankers everywhere to cooperate to encourage canning and drying of fruits and vegetables . Get a quantity of Farmers Bulletins , Nos . 839 and 841 , from the U . S . Department of Agriculture . The Department of Agriculture will soon announce pla...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

MNKH ^ FARMffi RwiewiBgtteBmfcaj Activities fa aBetter Agriculture md Bora ! life 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 « n A c ° uraSJ > e . 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 . TOJ 8 L ^ s ^ _ \\ 23 S * ite ^ \ \ C 0 * S ,, » * ^ WSlt tft ^^ \ \ *^ 5 SL , \ * *^ M & k \ 1 K ^ *< b * 25 n » \\ wn * SSj > ^ Vt a ! 1 ** 8 \ \ \—^ J ? w * WL I Published under the direction of . JOSEPH HIRSCH . Chairman of the Agricultural Commission LOUIS M . TOBIN , Editor BulMorlption Price—FIFTY CENTS A YEAR Canadian subscription , 62 cents a year . SPECIAL OFFER TO BANKS FOR DISTRIBUTION $ 2 . 25 and $ 3 . 25 per 100—write for particulars . Address T...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Association Joseph Hirsch , vice-president , Corpus Christi National bank , Corpus Christi , Texas , chairman . y l i , C ^ Go ^ 1 0 ^ • cash r . Farmers Savings bank , Marshall , Missouri . P . C . Powell , vice-pres ., Southern Trust co ., Little Rock . Arkansas . Oliver N . Sams , president . Merchants National bank , Hillsboro . Ohio . Fred N . Shepherd , cashier , Empire National bank , Lewiston , Idaho . J . R . Wheeler , vice-president . Farmers and Merchants Union bank . Columbus , Wisconsin .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Chairmen of the Committees on Agriculture and Education of the Bankers State Associations ¦ A £££ & M . A _ ; A < }? lp £ e Hohenberg , pres ., First Nafl bank , Wetumpka . A ^ ONA—J . G . Spangler , cashier , Mesa City bank , Mesa . AR ? A X S rAST B T , C „ Po X e 11 , vice-pres .. Southern Trust Co ., Little Rock . £ A { -J & ° . E S A ; T H ™ C Carr . vice-pres .. First National bank . Porterville . COLORADO—G . T . Wells , Denver National bank , Denver . 5 E i AW ^ ARE r J S hn . Ricllardson !*¦¦ P res - > Natl . bk . of Del ., Wilmington . £ k ° . $ J 5 A—A , ?; Athony . Pr « -. Peoples bank , Jacksonville . SfSSX 1 ^ 1 ! . W . Hunt , vice-pres .. Middle Georgia hank , Eatonton . IPASS ^ F ? : Plowhead , cashier , Caldwell Commercial bank , Caldwell . Jfek 1 ^? , 1 ? - ife h H „ M Crebs P 5 The National Bank of Carmi , Carmi . iJJ 2 , ^ NA ~ W ^ W Bonner - cashier . Third National hank , Greensburg . ffi / Ksr ? J „? t <...

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iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii iiiiiiiiiimuL Money and Food Will Win the War [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii iiiiiiiiiimuL Money and Food Will Win the War AMERICAN bankers were largely responsible for the success of the first Liberty Loan . The second loan of $ 3 , 000 , 000 , 000 will soon be offered to the public Every banker will have to throw himself into the breach to successfully float this huge issue . Upon the measure of the bankers patriotism will largely depend the success or failure of our country s credit The furnishing of the enormous quantity of foodstuffs necessary to supply our armies—as * well as to feed our allies—is a task so stupendous that it staggers the imagnation . This Herculean feat is to be attempted by the American farmer , but unless the farmer receives the fullest measure of support , from the American banker , he will fail of his task . Credit—credit in generous measure—will be necessary . Credit for good seed—credit for fertilizer—credit for livestock , for dairy and beef cattle , for sheep and swine . Not only cr...

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Emergency County Agents [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Emergency County Agents AN emergency county agent in every agricultural county now unsupplied with an agent—that is the plan of the United States Department of Agriculture , made possible by the food production appropriation recently passed by Congress . By means of this fund the Government also plans to install emergency home economics agents and to extend the work with boys and girls . The state leader of extension work at your state college of agriculture has probably worked out the plan by which the allotment to your state is to be expended . While the various conditions necessary , to the establishing of a permanent agent are removed , there will still be a field for local initiative and cooperation . If your county is unsupplied with an agent and no organization is under way looking to the engagement of one , write to your state leader and find out what plan is to be followed in your state . In some states emergency food associations will be formed to cooperate . Here s a sple...

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Farmer and Banker and 1918 [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Farmer and Banker and 1918 OUT of the chaos that was inevitable when a peace-loving democracy went to war , things are taking shape . Congress has passed the food control bill . The fanner is guaranteed a minimum price for his 1918 wheat . Hoover has begun his administration . It is war to the knife with the speculator which ought to benefit both producer and consumer . It will continue to be profitable and patriotic for the farmer to strive for a maximum production . The year 1918 will be his year . Bigger acre yields will mean financial independence for the farmer and doom the autocracy across the Rhine . Right now he should make his plans . Every agency should cooperate with him . The food production bill will make it possible to stimulate production and conserve food on a scale hitherto impossible . The bankers have played a big part in the 1917 campaign . But they ought to do more . Wisconsin s banker-farmer work has been a great factor in the agricultural advance of the state ...

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How Indiana Banks Build Up Their Communities—and Themselves [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

How Indiana Banks Build Up Their Communities—and Themselves Hunter-town s Livestock Pavilion By Clarence Henry Assistant State Leader , Indiana County Agent Work GREAT-GRANDMOTHER used to tell us about conditions on the farm in northwestern Pennsylvania during the period immediately following the war of 1812 . Those were the good old days of independent living , or rather of independent existence . Great-grandfather slaved from earliest morn till latest eve , planting , harvesting , and threshing his meager crops to eke out an existence for his family . Great-grandmother could spare no moments from her eternal spinning , weaving , candleinaking , and the round of a thousand and one other duties of the pioneer mother , to take any sort of recreation with her children . Every penny in currency , some $ 4 m all , coming on the farm from the sale of produce had to be hoarded to pay the annual taxes . The few necessities coming from outside the farm were bartered for at the cross-roads s...

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Are You Going to Atlantic City ? [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Are You Going to Atlantic City ? men oe sure to attend a meeting of the Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers association and the I state committees on agriculture . This will be held on I Monday morning , Sept . 24 , at 9 o clock in the Marlbor- § ough Blenheim hotel . Every banker interested in agriI culture is urged to attend . 1 glMIIMIllUlinillllllMIM ^^

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How Bankers Can Start Pig Clubs—What They Mean to Bank and Boy [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

How Bankers Can Start Pig Clubs—What They Mean to Bank and Boy A Hog-Raiser in the Making By J . D . McVean U . S . Department of Agriculture PIG club work has proved its merit . It began in a small way but has made constant progress . A limiting factor in its early growth was a lack of suitable pigs in the states carrying on the work and lack of funds available for use , by members , for securing pigs with the quality and breeding necessary to make the work most successful . The bankers — keen business men—were quick to appreciate the accumulative benefits that would accrue if the wide awake boys and girls of their respective sections were to be actively interested in their banks through personal relations , and experiences which would teach good business methods . They realized further the im portance of livestock in a permanent and prosperous husbandry and appreciated the part the young people , under trained supervision , might have in putting the swine industry on a firm basis ...

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What the Banker ' s Cooperation Means to Club Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

What the Banker s Cooperation Means to Club Boys and Girls Banker Crebs ( on the left ) Who Makes the Boys His Friends By James H . Greene State Leader , Illinois Junior Extension Work EIGHTEEN thousand Illinois boys and girls , regularly enrolled in the national boys and girls club work , are going to school to corn , gardens , poultry , pigs and calves . It is a part of the great school of life and most educators have appreciated its value as an adjunct and supplement to the curriculum of public education . And yet it is a field where , too often , the school teacher , unaided , is helpless . There are many reasons , however , why the public school man should appreciate the aid of the layman . For many years , we have talked glibly about cooperation between home and school ; too often , merely talked . Here is a concrete opportunity . The schools are often criticized for lack of harmony with the times : we feel , and justly so , that our young people should have a part , However s...

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Products of the Land Win Wars—Increase Them and Halt Waste [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Products of the Land Win Wars—Increase Them and Halt Waste By George Woodruff president First National Bank , Joliet , Illinois THE object that every member of society has in working and rendering service is that they may be able to obtain food , clothing , shelter and incidental equipment and practically all tnese tnings come trom the land , tach man who labors expects of course to exchange his labor for some one or all of these things , but as it would be very inconvenient to exchange -the actual food , clothes , shelter or equipment whenever any labor or service is performed , civilization has adopted the custom of giving each man a receipt for labor or services rendered and this receipt is what we may call money . Of course , the man who receives money can easily save it by putting it in a bank and can then obtain food , clothing , shelter or equipment whenever he wishes by merely exchanging the money with somebody who holds these things . In order for a government to maintain a...

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Bread as Necessary as Bullets—Wisconsin Bankers to Boost Wheat Yield [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Bread as Necessary as Bullets—Wisconsin Bankers to Boost Wheat Yield BREAD is as necessary as bullets in war ! More wheat . means more bread . Wanted—100 banks to distribute a pure-bred hard winter wheat seed among 1000 Wisconsin farmers in the grain districts of Wisconsin . That s the slogan of a campaign by the committee on agriculture of the Wisconsin Bankers association , by which it is hoped to revolutionize wheat growing in Wisconsin . The average yield of winter wheat now grown in Wisconsin is twenty bushels per acre . But Prof . R . A . Moore of the state agricultural college after ten years of work has bred a variety to be known as No . 2 Pedigreed Wisconsin Hard Winter Wheat which through four years of actual test has produced thirtyeight and one-half bushels per acre . Satisfied that the use of this variety will mean increased yields per acre , the next step is to introduce it . Wisconsin farmers must be interested in growing the necessary quantity in the next three years...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1917

Send for a Quantity of This Number to Distribute Among Your Farmer Friends— $ 2 . 25 per 100

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1917

You May Count On Us , Uncle

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Rallying the Bankers of America for Agricultural Preparedness [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1917

Rallying the Bankers of America for Agricultural Preparedness By Joseph Hirsch Report of the Chairman of the Agricultural Commission to the American Bankers Association THE Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers association enters upon the fifth year of its existence at a time when measures the Commission has been advocating ever since its organization—increased food , feed and livestock production—have become a vital factor in the successful prosecution of the great enterprise upon which this nation has engaged—that lofty adventure which , untarnished by desire for material benefit , aims to make the peoples of the world free , as we are free , to enjoy the blessings of liberty and self-gov-ernment . We have found that , to accomplish this purpose , agricultural preparedness is just as necessary as military preparation , and it is this doctrine which the Commission has been endeavoring to spread to the bankers of America . This nation-wide campaign which , within a few yea...

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