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A SQUARE DEAL FOR DAIRYMEN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
A SQUARE DEAL FOR DAIRYMEN What Organization Meant for California Milk Producers—By J . M . Henderson THE Sacramento bank for the past fifty years has been a large lender of money on farming property situated in all parts of the Sacramento Valley , and the San Joaquin Valley , of California . In recent years I have noticed a gradual deterioration of actual prosperity among the farmers and most particularly among the dairy farmers of California . Naturally , it became my business to find the reasons and to determine a remedy . Agriculture is the foundation of all business . A prosperous agricultural community makes a prosperous state and nation ; conversely , a poverty-stricken rural community makes a poverty-stricken nation . There are so many definitions of prosperity it may be well to define it for this article . My definition of prosperity is what anyone would consider the fundamentals of contentment : a reasonable amount of work ; a reasonable amount of recreation ; and a reason...
YOUR RURAL CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
YOUR RURAL CHURCH Is It Doing Its Part ?—By O . F . Hall THE average rural church building is no more capable of meeting modern needs than are the old ox cart and the spinning wheel . There are too many communities in Indiana today where an unpainted , unattractive box-like structure , with an unsightly interior , and equipped with a dilapidated pulpit and a score or more of hard benches—all the same height—pass for a church . And it not infrequently happens that many of the men and women who use these make-believe churches for a place of worship own large farms worth upwards of $ 200 an acre , have modern homes , dress in up-to-date clothes , ride up and down improved highways in large touring cars , and send their children to town or consolidated schools which represent an outlay , of tens A community Congregational church This church , at Franklin , Indiana , was formed by the union of the Methodist , Protestant , Baptist and Presbyterian churches , the Presbyterian not as an org...
The Hoe Goes South [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
The Hoe Goes South HERE is a picture of a fine bunch of big-boned Poland China pigs owned by a customer of ours in the pine hills of Bossier parish . These pigs have never been fed any grain and have never cost a cent since they were born , running in his woods pasture . They are beauties and all subject to registry . He sold two out of this bunch just before the picture was taken , for $ 25 each . Our country is coming strong in the matter of fine hogs and at the last state . fair a . number of our local breeders , competing with famous breeders of long experience from the middle West , took prizes . —J . C . Trichel , vice-president , American National bank , Shreveport , Louisiana . Make the hyphen in banker-farmer bigger . -
NORTH CAROLINA PIG CLUBS WIN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
NORTH CAROLINA PIG CLUBS WIN Bankers Tell Their Stories of Successful Organizations—By F . H . Jeter OF the 1865 members of the pig club organization in North Carolina last year , 149 made actual reports of having sows and litters from which were raised 1 , 138 pigs of a total value amounting to $ 8 , 929 . Five hundred and ten other members kept pure-bred pigs for breeding purposes , representing a value of $ 20 , 194 . One hundred and eighty members grew pigs for meat . As these animals averaged around 231 . 6 pounds each , a total of 41 , 688 pounds of pork was produced , which , at sixteen cents per pound , the market price last fall , amounted to $ 6 , 670 . Thus the value of animals and pork produced by the boys and girls amounted to $ 35 , 793 . These figures are reports from twentysix counties . Nineteen other counties did good work but it was impossible to get accurate reports . However , the showing which has been made in counties which reported is due to the fact that all...
GEORGIA ' S ANTI-TICK DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
GEORGIA S ANTI-TICK DRIVE To Save the State an Annual Loss of Fifteen Million Dollars-By F . H . Abbott AT a large gathering of farmers , bankers , educators and school children and patrons of Wayne county , Georgia , at Jesup , the county seat , in August , Better Livestock Day was observed in a manner signifying an epoch in the commercial development and rural progress of the coastal plains section of Georgia . It marked the beginning of the last step of an intensified and unique educational campaign by the Georgia Land Owners association , the goal of which is the development of the livestock industry in the state to a point commensurate with latent possibilities and the immediate objective of which is the eradication of the Texas fever cattle tick—the main deterrent to cattle raising throughout the South—which is laying an estimated toll on the cattle industry of Georgia of $ 15 , 000 , 000 a year . The feature of this celebration was the formal presentation by the association o...
USE THE BANK LOBBY [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
USE THE BANK LOBBY Agricultural Displays Succeed—By R . A . Blanchard OF all various buildings in town the architecture of the bank stands out distinctive , dignified , impressive and a thing of beauty . The building , of course , provides the home for the bank , and a place to work , but its architecture has been designed partly from precedence and custom , but largely as another case of bank advertising . The psychological impression of marble slabs , mahogany furniture , steel doors , etc ., instill in the customer s mind a feeling of confidence and safety in the strength of the bank he is dealing with . Too often the cold exterior becomes none the less warm inside , and I have often thought that its very austere impressiveness has permeated the employees within . An air of cheerfulness and friendliness is like a breeze on the spring air . Warm up , be human would be an excellent motto for many a bank officer , and bring its reward as well . The lobby , by the custom of the years...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
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Topics for Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
Topics for Meetings THE Missouri committee on agriculture has suggested a list of topics appropriate for the meetings of county bankers associations—a most helpful Idea . Here are some of the subjects listed : Pure Seed—How to get it . Corn Clubs—How they are formed . Calf Clubs—How they interest the boys . Vaccine—The prevention of disease . Thoroughbred Sires for better livestock . Horticulture—How and why we treat orchards . Teaching Agriculture in public schools . County Agents—Their duties , and their results . Community Centers—Their benefits . Experimental Farms—Their benefits . Bookkeeping—How to account and reckon profits . Dairying — Its many advantages and profits . Young Stock Preservation—The future of stock farming . Increased Acreage in Crops—Its relation to the nation . Canning Vegetables and Fruit—How economically done . Drainage—Its economy and how to get it . Modern Machinery—Its economy . Gas Engines—Their relation to modern farms . Good Roads—How to build them ....
TRAINS FARM LABOR [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
TRAINS FARM LABOR Pennsylvania s Plan Helps—By E . C . Sparks Military drill helps to harden the boys in the school LAST spring the attempt to supply the shortage in farm labor by recruiting city boys resulted in some success but many failures due to lack of training on the part of the boys in the elements of farm and garden labor . It was as unfair to the city boy as to send a country lad to be a bank messenger in a city without some degree of training . To overcome this difficulty and to make the farmer and truck gardener more favorably Inclined toward boy labor , the Public Safety Committee of Pennsylvania , in cooperation with the Pennsylvania State College is sending four contingents of 300 boys each , to spend ten days at the college in learning simple chores of agricultural life . The boys are selected by the principals of city high schools and receive transportation and subsistence while at the college . They are housed in tents and fed in the college commons . Uniforms and ...
A HOOSIER CALF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1918
A HOOSIER CALF CLUB Hoosierdom was generally interested U SING the endless chain method , the Farmers State bank of Veedersburg , Indiana , has successfully encouraged pig raising by boys and girls . All the gilts farrowed in May and we gpt a total of 102 pigs , reports Marvin H . Cook , assistant cashier . Every boy gpt at least one gilt in his litter , although only two boys had but one . Each boy reports that his litter is doing fine . Each is feeding then ! with the self-feeder . Some of the pigs weigh as much as sixtyfive pounds now . Most of the calves which we have put out are doing fine . One boy reported a gain of 130 pounds on his calf for June . Several report as much as 120 and all but three a gain of more than 100 pounds . . To prove that the boys are pleased , we asked several to keep their gilts that are to be returned about forty days longer than the contract calls for , and every one said , Yes , I am willing . I want the next fellow that gets my gilt to he as well ...
I TO ARMS ! ' • ¦ ll [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1918
I TO ARMS ! • ¦ ll HI T * HE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE and the 1 Hi - ¦ - Food Administration , working in conjunction with the land grant lllll colleges , the state departments of agriculture , the agricultural journals , the ffl I III farmers union , the granges and other farm organizations , and backed up by [ I I I 111 I 111 the patriotic farmers of America have outlined a program , which despite the I lllll difficulties confronting us , will meet our national requirements , provided these I i I I | l | forces obtain the undivided support and cooperation of the bankers , and bus- Ml I j || iness men of this country . 1 I l || This plan provides— I 1 lllll / ( l ) For an increase in production by the use of scientific methods of II I . intensive cultivation , and to this end as before stated , the Department of Ag- I l | - v ricuMure is providing for the employment of Government demonstration agents || I lllll in practically every agricultural county of the Union . ...
THE BANKER AND AGRICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1918
THE BANKER AND AGRICULTURE The Great Service He Can Render in This Fateful Hour of Our History By Dr . Clarence Ousley Assistant Secretary of Agriculture A T the outset I wish to acknowledge the great service rendered to agriculture by bankers generally In the agricultural regions of the United States , and especially to the Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers association and the agricultural committees of the several state bankers associations . I shall speak later somewhat in detail of these services . I wish first tp get Into our minds the background of the common obligation , not to say the imperious necessity of greater effort to stimulate agriculture and to hearten producers . War experiences are reminding us of elemental things which many of the elders had forgotten and many of the middle-aged and the young never knew . Among them is the fact that wealth as represented in the commodities of industry , and money as the measure of wages and income , derive their pri...
THE BANKER-FARMER WAR PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1918
THE BANKER-FARMER WAR PROGRAM Patriotism Demands Whole-Hearted Cooperation to Raise the Food for 1919 THE chairman of the Agricultural Commission is required to make an annual report to the American Bankers association . A full report ot the manifold activities of the Commission and of the bankers state committees on agriculture would consume so much time that I am going to ask the privilege of printing the full report , which will appear in the proceedings of your association , and present at this time a resume of our main activities , and then outline and ask for your whole-hearted support of the war program for increased agricultural production in which the American Bankers association has been asked to join by the Food Administration and the United States Department of Agriculture . From the beginning of this work six years ago , it has been our object to stimulate the banker s interest in a better and more profitable agriculture , and in the development of rural education . To ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1918
me WMRMBL J _» iei » i _ $ 1 _ ieB » nlMActiviferfraBeto ^ 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 encouraging , quickening and inspiring to action . THE BANKER-FARMER attempts to * present monthly concrete happenings and suggestions bearing , on the bankers constructive program for a better agriculture and country life .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1918
Entered as second-class matter , Dec . 1 , 1913 , at the Post Office , Champaign , 111 ., under Act of . March 3 , 1879 . ¦ , Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Association Joseph Hirsch , vice-president , Corpus Christi National bank . Corpus Christi , Texas , chaiftnan . Will C Gordon , cashier . Farmers Savings bank , Marshall , Mo . B . C . Powell , vice-pres ., Southern Trust Co ., Little Rock , Arkansas . George -E . Roberts , assistant to the president , National City bank , New York . O . N . Sams , president , Merchants National bank , Hillsboro , Ohio . Fred N . Shepherd , Riggs Building , Washington , D . C , ( Director Empire National bank , Lewiston , Idaho . ) J . R . Wheeler , president . Farmers and Merchants Union bank , Columbus , Wisconsin .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1918
Chairmen of the Committees on Agriculture and Education of the Bankers State Associations ALABAMA—Adolphe Hohenberg , pres ., First Natl bank , Wetumpka . ARIZONA—J . G . Spangler , cashier , Mesa City bank , Mesa . ARKANSAS—B . C . Powell , vice-pres ., Southern Trust Co ., Little Rock . CALIFORNIA—H . C . Carr , vice-pres ., First National bank , Porterville . COLORADO—G . T . Wells , Denver National bank , Denver . DELAWARE—John Richardson , Jr ., pres ., Natl bk . of Del ., Wilmington . FLORIDA—A . P .- Anthony , pres ., Peoples bank , Jacksonville . GEORGIA—B . W . Hunt , vice-pres ., Middle Georgia bank , Eatonton . IDAHO ^ -E . H . Plowhead , cashier , Caldwell Commercial bank , Caldwell . ILLINOIS—John M . Crebs , pres .. The National bank of Carmi , Carmi . INDIANA—W . W . Bonner , cashier , Third National bank , Greensburg . IOWA—Jas . R . Mackey , Sigourney , Iowa . KANSAS—J . R . Burrow , Topeka , Kans . KENTUCKY—Jno . S . Crenshaw , Cadiz , Ky . LOUISIANA—C . C . Gaspar...