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¦ Distribute The Banker-Farmer— It Costs Little btrtv Pays Big [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1914

¦ Distribute The Banker-Farmer— It Costs Little btrtv Pays Big S END , THE BANKER-FARMER to your farmer friends . Show them the REAL SPIRIT of the American banker—that his interests and those of the farmers are identical—that he is human , publicspirited—anxious to cooperate with them . Let theih know that YOU , too , are lined up in this movement—that their prosperity is yours . Better agriculture means more to the smaller banks of the United States than to any others . They are closer to the men of the soil . THE BANKERFARMER will cement this alliance—clear away those misunderstandings , errors and mistaken ideas that many farmers hold regarding the banking business . More than one other thing , the Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Association seeks Vourcooperation in distributing THE BANKERFARMER . ( - * Mv . : i . So it ^ has made a special price for quantity orders —& price that is ridiculously low—doubtless you spend more every month in calendars and...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
These Banks Tried It—They Know—Read What They Say [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1914

These Banks Tried It—They Know—Read What They Say Please send us 100 copies of your paper for one year , for distribution among our customers . We believe it is doing a great deal to hasten the day when the movement of our pop- t ulation will be to the farm instead of to the city . —G . J . Loeb , cashier , Northwestern State Bank , Orange City , la . ? ? ? We hear nothing but good . from every source for it and for that reason feel that it is FILLING THE BILL . —Will A . Lane , First National Bank of Indianola , Iowa . ? ? ?> We are much impressed with your little paper and believe we could utilize 100 or so copies to good advantage here . —Farmers Savings Bank , Marbury , Ala . »? ? . ? . * . * * * * i > i > ii <> iii ) iiuiiiiiiiiii ] iiiH ] iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ] iim ] i ] i ] iiiiiiii ] iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin The remarks we have heard have been very complimentary . —Frank B . Michaels , treasurer , Security Trust Company of Stroudsb...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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APEACE POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

APEACE POLICY r ^ TIT ^ E are facing a world at war — where peace may not prevail until exy W haustion comes . Are we , or our statesmen rising to the situation ? Neutrality abroad ? Yes . At home ? No . Old beliefs , theories , policies , hopes are in the balance—Europe has reached her supreme test ; we have our warning and opportunity . For US , this means the making of a more self-supporting and sufficient and protected nation—with larger and more varied employments , through the making of more of our necessities at home . This , by providing for protection from every position ; not only by a sane and scientific tariff review by commission—by reciprocity by commission , instead of tariff tinkering —( more business and less politics ) , but also by a protected merchant-marine—protected by navy and subsidy , that will help make our market as wide as the world—and maintain it . World commerce begins on the country roads—local growth begins there—roads too must have federal and state...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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Looking Back on the Banker-Farmer Movement—Has it Paid ? [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Looking Back on the Banker-Farmer Movement—Has it Paid ? By Louis M . Tobin Associate Editor f fASit paid ? Let s take a look back . • 1 Six years ago there was no or ganized banker-farmer movement . State bankers association committees on agriculture , if existing , for the most part were perfunctory . Here and there bankers—landowners themselves—sought to cooperate with the men on the soil . Organized , the banker did little . He was a victim of the old tradition that his only . dtity was to do his business well and to refrain from any public action , because it would not be conservative and he might be criticized . Then came the agricultural awakening . Uncle Sam found that he had been prodigal with the soil . He learned that without good agriculture and prosperous farmers he could have no permanent prosperity . There were bankers to whom this fact had been brought Home . They were farmers themselves . They had talked over problems with their farmer friends ; Many had cooperated ...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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Salvation to Come From Education [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Salvation to Come From Education By Prof . E . C . Branson University of North Carolina I catch my breath all the way along through your pages , and wonder what sort of a world this might easily be , if . all the bankers of this country had the broad view and the brotheu-ly . vision that THE BANKER-FARMER is pressing upon him ; if every banker were really a banker-citizen-patriot ! He has the finger all the time , day and night , on the pulse of the body-politic , and counts the heartbeat of the country as no other man among us , even the teacher or preacher , who by the way ought to know just as much as the banker about economic and social conditions , causes and consequences . What would happen if either enlightened self-interest or a fellow-kind feeling kept the banker busy converting wealth into commonwealth , wealth into community weal ! Well solve none of our problems without the help of the bankers , and theyll be quickly solved , when the ibankers everywhere come to be serva...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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Vocational Schools ; Separate or Part of the Public School System ? [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Vocational Schools ; Separate or Part of the Public School System ? THE plan to establish by taxation a new and separate system of vocational schools is a departure , sprung upon us in the midst of exceedingly rapid development of vocational education in the public schools , whose chief need now is money and qualified teachers . My contention is that this good work is not to be abandoned , and all that has been gained is not to be sacrificed by a confusion of plans and procedures uuiiiiinnniiiiM ^ _ Every banker and farmer must study this question . Vocational schools are coming . The Agricultural Committee and the Executive Councilof the American Bankers association and the conference of state committees have declared that they should be part of the public school system . Many legislatures will decide soon . This logical view is from an address by Dean Davenport of the Illinois college of agriculture to the state teachers on Dec . 30 . You should read it all . Write to the college ...

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Wise Bankers Will Help Wise Farmers 'Stock Up * —It Will Pay Both [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Wise Bankers Will Help Wise Farmers Stock Up * —It Will Pay Both E VERY farmer who has the feed and roughage , and any experience with or aptitude for livestock raising and feeding , should be at it . If he hasn t had such experience , he should begin to acquire it . If he hasn t the ready money , but is otherwise prepared , his bankers ought to be glad to make the loan for livestock purposes , for it is not going to slump in value and every bushel of corn fed makes the stock and the loan that much better . Under any reasonable conditions this practice gives the farmer a nice additional profit on his grain—a chance to work up a lot of straw and roughage that otherwise would bring him little or nothing—and manure is made and the farm s fertility not hauled away and sold . Stock cattle are so high that under all average conditions there is a good profit in raising feeders that are worth $ 75 or $ 80 at eighteen months , many of which never saw any corn . Hogs are easy to handle , requ...

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Southern Farmers Can ' t Depose Cotton—Up to Landlords [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Southern Farmers Can t Depose Cotton—Up to Landlords IF we are to undertake the problem of reducing the production of cotton , we must know who produces it . When the southern soldiers returned ¦ to their homes after the Civil War , they had nothing left but their lands . In every town and village , there were a few men who still knew people in Baltimore and New York . They opened negotiations , bought | | | ^ juj ] ijj ] E ] tnii ; ii ^ iiiini ] j ; t ] utiLuiLiibiii > u ) LiiiiiiMbuu ! LiLiiiii ! LiLiiiibiLiLiLiLU ! iiiMiiii ( iiiinniLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiikniiiiiiui > iiUJii [ niuiuu ! Liuuiiii > Who holds the South to cotton ? Mr . Holleman = says , not tenant farmers but the men who own the farms—merchants , lawyers , bankers , and so 1 on . They can reduce the acreage—if they want I to . Mr . Holleman , head of a mortgage company I and director in the American National bank of g Atlanta , has studied conditions for more than thirty-five y...

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What Can the Rural Banker do for His Community in 1915 ? [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

What Can the Rural Banker do for His Community in 1915 ? THIS- question is of the greatest importance to all concerned . We are standing at the open door of An nnnnrtunitv surVi . ae Viae cf . arr . Alir By Roger W . Babson Babson Statistical Organization VVelieslej ? Hails , Mass . ever been witnessed in this country . A combination of circumstances has made it so . We are now nearly six months along in the most profound cataclysm which the world has ever seen , and it is safe to say that the monetary results of this great tumult will long be felt in every civilized country of the world—and its effect on the United States will be vastly more significant than most people imagine . In the second place , largely by reason of the war , the great agricultural areas of the United States will be brought to the forefront as an economic factor in a way that has not been witnessed for several decades . The prices of grains and other foodstuffs are likely to rule high and the American farmer ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Executive Committee of the Permanent Conference of tbe Committee * on Agricultural and Educational Development of the State Bankers Associations . B . F . Harris , President ALABAMA—C . B . Thomas , V . P . Autaugua B . & T . Co . Prattvllle . ARKANSAS—J . K . Browning , Cashier Bank of Piggott , Piggott CALIFORNIA—L . P . Behrens , President San Mateo County Savings Bank , Redwood . COLORADO—H . M . Ruby , V . P . Woods-Ruby Nat ] Bank , Golden . FLORDIA—S . J . Harvey , Pres . 1 st Natl . Bank , Milton . GEORGIA—B . W . Hunt , Vice-Pres . Middle Georgia Bank , Eaton IDAHO—D . W . Davis , Pres . First Natl , Bank , American Falls . ILLINOIS—J . M . Crebs , President First National Bank , Carmi . INDIANA—C . L Goodbar , Cashier State Bank , Crawfordsville . IOWA—C . H . MoNider , Pres . First National Bank , MaBon City . KANSAS—M . H . Malott , President Citizens Bank , Abilene . LOUISIANA—L M . Pool , V . Pt . Hibernia Natl . Bk . New Orleans . MARYLAND—Daniel Annan , P...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

MKMRMER Reviewing tiie Bankers Activities jar aBctter Agriculture arcHWlift Title Registered in U . S . Patent Office Published , 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 hapnlngs and suggestions bearing on the bankers constructive program for a better Agriculture and Rural Life . This includes : Better schools , better roads , better marketing , larger production with more live stock , rural credits , soil surveys , farm demonstration , the truth in fertilizers , better homes , and better towns with church , school and community centers . This means making the farm more likeable as well as more profitable—building up rural life on Its social as well as its productive side . Published by the Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Association , First National Bank Building , Champaign , Illinois .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

B . F . HARRIS , Editor . . LOUIS M . TOBIN , Associate Editor Subscription Price—FIFTY CENTS A YEAR Address THE BANKER-FARMER , Champaign , Illinois Entered as second-class matter , Dec . 1 , 1913 , at the Post Office Champaign , 111 ., under Act of March 3 , 1879 . Aarricaltnral Commission of the American Bankers Association L . P . Behrens , Cashier , First National Bank , Redwood City , Cal . E . J . Curtin , President , Citizens Savings Bank , Decorah , Iowa . Jog . Hirsh , V . Pt ., Corpus Christi Ntl . Bank , Corpus Christi , Tex . R . I . Woodside , Pt . Farmers & Mchts . Bank , Greenville , S . C . J . B , Wheeler , Cash . Farm . Mchts , Union Bk ., Columbus , Wis . Geo . T . Wells , Chief Clerk , Denver National Bank , Denver , Colo . B . F . Harris , Chairman , Pt . First National Bank , Champaign , 111 .

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Men Who Know [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Men Who Know HHE state leaders in demonstration work held a conference in Chicago last month . Every reference to the part of the banker in the movement for a better agriculture was applauded by them . The men who are doing this big work know what the banker has done . And they are real friends of the farmer—who is sometimes fooled by his ostensible friends . A Borrowers Bill HHE legislative committee of the National Grange naively chronicles its objection to one rural credits measure , because it was in effect a bankers and money-lenders bill and not a borrowers bill . We are all borrowers—every mother s son of us . We could unite and vote a bill that would make borrowing money a delightful task , hedged in by no cruel conditions . You would waltz up to the trembling cashier and jauntily claim your loan . There would be only one disadvantage . There would be no money to loan . A New War Story B MERICA read a new kind of war story the other day . It came out of Rome where the Perman...

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The County Agent [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

The County Agent HHE biggest single factor in Agriculture in 1915 will be the County Agent—the practically scientific and the scientifically practical man who takes science to the farm . With the Lever bill in effect , there will be more of him than ever . Has your county a Demonstrator ? JNo ? Then start the machinery going right how . The banker is the best man to do it . The Money-Lender B VERY time the rural credit idea comes up for discussion , some politician or other great and good friend of the farmer uses the term money-lender as if that signified the last word in undesirable citizens . Has your community a better help than the good banker , who loans money , not alone on security but usually on character also-who guards the money that is entrusted to him-and who doesn t die half as rich as some of the men who borrow from him ? Do you think of him as a remorseless Shylock , eager to gouge out the last cent of interest ? Or do you realize that his prosperity , depends upon y...

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Cooperation [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Cooperation B HERES an overworked word for you . It rolls off the tongue glibly . It drips easily from the fountain pen . We all are likely to forget that it really means something . Farmers and others , studying the interest of the banker in agriculture , should remember that he is merely trying to cooperate . He is not trying to interfere in another mans business—to patronize him . Not much . One section of the country is learning today that its only salvation is cooperation . That is the South . Its agricultural journals are publishing cooperation numbers . Was it Ben Franklin who told his revolutionary colleagues that they must hang together , if they were not to hang separately ? The South knows it must hang together . It is worthy of note that no one in the South today is questioning the work of its bankers . Remember the Whole Program H HIS is a good time of year to remember that the banker-farmer movement doesn t mean only attention to better agriculture . We are committed t...

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Federal Cash for Land Banks ? Secretary Houston Says No [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Federal Cash for Land Banks ? Secretary Houston Says No THERE seems to be no emergency which requires or justifies government assistance to the farmers di By David F . Houston Secretary , of Agriculture rectly through the use of the government cash or the government s credit . The American farmer is sturdy , independent , and self-reliant . He is not in the condition of serfdom or semi-serfdom in which were some of the European peoples , for whom government aid was extended in some form or other during the last century . The American farmers are more prosperous than any other farming class in the v world . As a class they are certainly as prosperous as any other great section of the people . It is the judgment of the best students of economic conditions here that there is needed to supplement existing agencies a proper land-mortgage banking system operating through private funds , just as other banking institutions operate , and this judgment is shared by the leaders of economic tho...

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How an Oregon Banker Brought Hogs and Cows to His Coimtv [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

How an Oregon Banker Brought Hogs and Cows to His Coimtv A PROMOTER of new stockyards in the state metropolis offered to supply stock hogs and cattle to By Randall R . Howard In the , Country Gentleman any person or community that would accept the responsibility of scattering them among the farmers . Banker Hudson replied : This country needs hogs . We don t raise enough for home consumption . It is a clover and alfalfa country and I am sure hogs will do well if properly introduced and looked after . I want to run a copy of your letter in our paper here , together with a statement that if our farmers will get together and receive one or two carloads this bank will put up the money and carry each farmer for one year for the amount his hogs will come to . There appeared this advertisement in the paper in the bank s regular space and under the bank heading : WHY NOT RAISE HOGS ? We want to furnish the farmers of this community three carloads , or 150 head , at actual cost , and take yo...

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What Individual Bankers are Doing to Help Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

What Individual Bankers are Doing to Help Agriculture THE Bank of Westhope , North Dakota , last year brought in and sold a carload of two-year-old heifers to the farmers of that section . The bank has also assisted in the importation of three registered Aberdeen ^ Angus bulls . J . L . Page , cashier , operates a farm which is used as a demonstration to the locality—a good one , too , if one may judge by the photographs of farm buildings and a carload of baby beef which the banker-farmer is feeding for market . Farm your own farm well is a cardinal duty for the banker . ? W . F . Hanks , cashier of the State Bank of Powers Lake , North Dakota , is a member of the agricultural committee of the North Dakota Bankers association—and he believes in practice as well as theory . The bank is interested in the advance of stock raising and has stocked , a ranch near town with more than 100 head of pure bred Hereford cattle . We want to show our farmers that beef cattle can be produced at a p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

Letters from Bankers Wed like to run a page of letters from bankers—on agriculture and kindred topics . Have you some ideas ? Keep them in 100 words—make em crisp , to-the-point , straight from the shoulder .

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When Badger Banker Blood Gets Up [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1915

When Badger Banker Blood Gets Up WALWORTH county , Wisconsin , wanted a County Agent—that is , its bankers and many farmers and other business men did—the county board of supervisors didn t . . Walworth county , being progressive and alive to the times , organized a development association , determined to be one of the sixteen counties in Wisconsin to share in . 1915 the Federal appropriation under the Lever bill for farm demonstration . Now you must know that Walworth county is one of the richest agricultural counties in the state , the average value of its farm land being $ 129 per acre , or second only to Milwaukee county . It is a county of pure bred stock and the home of some of the best farms of the nation , but those who determined the county shall have a County Agent said : That s why we need an expert agricultural agent—our best farmers want an expert whom they can consult and others need him and will use his services when they know what he has to offer . We believe the $ 2...

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