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

Executive Committee of the Permanent Conference of the Committees on Agricultural and Educational Development of the State Bankers Associations . B . F . Harris , President . ALABAMA—C . E . Thomas , Vice Pres ., Autaugua B . & T . Co ., Frattvllle . ARKANSAS—J . K . Browning , Cashier , Bank of Piggott , Piggott . CALIFORNIA—H . C . Carr , Vice Pres ., First National Bank , Portervllle . COLORADO—H . M . Ruby , Vice Pres ., Woods-Ruby Natl Bank , Golden . FLORIDA—Z . C . Chambliss , Munroe and Chambliss Natl Bank , Ocala . GEORGIA—B . W . Hunt , Vice Pres ., Middle Georgia Bank , Eatonton . IDAHO—D . W . Davis . President , First National Bank , American Falls . ILLINOIS—J . M . Crebs , President , First National Bank , Carml INDIANA—W . W . Bonner , Cashier , Third National Bank , Greensburg . IOWA—L . E . Stevens , Pres ., Century Savings Bank , Des Moines . KANSAS—Cbarles E . Lobdell , Pres ., First National Bank , Great Bend . LOUISIANA—Dr . R . O . Young , Lafayett...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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'Consolidation Carries " [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

Consolidation Carries THAT was the head-line on the clipping that came in an envelope of the City National Bank of Tipton , Iowa . We read on : The result of the election Monday in Stanwood and the outside territory proposed to be included in a consolidated school district was overwhelmingly favorable to the propositi 011 This is the first successful effort made in Cedar county for school district consolidation and following upon two defeats , the size of the favorable majority was somewhat of a surprise even to the most ardent supporters of the plan . That was good reading . But here was hand-writing . It said : What THE BANKER-FARMER helped do . That was good reading , too . It s a pretty good feeling that you are doing some good in the world , isn t it ? Many banks have found a great field in assisting to bring about better educational methods , just as this Iowa bank has done . Often they find this magazine , which constantly publishes articles on rural education , an aid . , Th...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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The Verdict of the Farm Editors [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

The Verdict of the Farm Editors READ the comment on the Conference published in this number . It is only a fragment of what was said by newspapers and magazines . Read what the farm editors say . Read what the big city and the small town editors say . Many an editor harks back to the old individualistic days when the farmer was reared to distrust the man who dealt in money and rejoices that cooperation has supplanted the unhappy days of misunderstandings , with class arrayed against class . Times are changing and with them the opinions and convictions of men , decides The Farmer after a statement that the farmer no longer views the bankerfarmer movement with any suspicion . The farm editors , always friendly , are stronger champions than ever of the banker-farmer movement and they will do even greater service in the future . All we regret is that we cannot reprint every word of comment they have made and have every banker and farmer in the United States read it . The next best thing...

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

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How the Banker ' s Agricultural "Scrap-Book" Can Be of Practical Aid [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

How the Banker s Agricultural Scrap-Book Can Be of Practical Aid THE banker is the only professional man with whom all farmers come into actual contact , for the banker meets all the farmers several times a year . It is therefore the banker who has the best opportunity for spreading useful information regarding agricultural matters and many farmers would not feel willing to undertake some of the more improved methods of farm upkeep and fertilization campaigns were it not for the financial support and the encouragement of the banker . All country bankers should subscribe for several high class farm papers and then read them carefully that they may keep fully posted on farm matters . They should then start files , similar to letter files , with such headings as alfalfa , hog cholera , corn testing , soil inoculation , limestone , phosphate rock , animal diseases , farm weeds , silos , dairies and many other kindred farm subjects . Into these files should be placed all agricultural bul...

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How Intelligent Cooperation Wins the Farmer ' s Confidence [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

How Intelligent Cooperation Wins the Farmer s Confidence THE essentials of cooperation between the banker and the farmer are , as I see it , first , the viewpoint . We must be able to appreciate the farmer s needs , understand his difficulties and see things from his angle . Second , is that of interest . We should be vitally interested in him , and what does that mean ? Let s break up the word . Inter means among ; and est the Latin word to be , literally to be among , that is , to go out and mix with them—to talk with them ; above all , listen to them . Be a good listener , and an appreciative listener , which is vital to the success of your institution . I like this idea of taking hold of the boy and the girl . We talk much about the raising of values on a farm by getting better seeds and feeding it to better livestock , thus raising the value—this is good—but it s incidental , and puny indeed , compared to the raising of the values qf the boy and the girl . Give him some ideas—e...

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How the Farmers' Clubs are Helping the Farmer to Help Himself [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

How the Farmers Clubs are Helping the Farmer to Help Himself 1 BELIEVE that the American Bankers association is correct in the that there certain fea By D . A . Wallace Editor The Farmer assumption are - tures of agricultural life that need fixing and doctoring . Furthermore , there is no class of business- men that can be quite so helpful in directing public opinion to the work in hand as the far-sighted 1 bankers pf this country . The most vexatious problems of the farm family are about as follows : first , inadequate social and recreational advantages , the lack of those pleasures that keep a farm family intact on the farm ; second , inadequate educational and religious privileges which create a disparity in the relative advantages , or at least so-called advantages , of the farm boy and girl and the city boy and girl ; third , a remuneration which is seemingly disproportionate to the labor and capital invested , this lack of adequate income being partially due to the present gre...

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What Bankers Can Do to Encourage the Livestock Industry [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

What Bankers Can Do to Encourage the Livestock Industry LIVE stock is the right arm of agriculture . I make no argument to prove it . I summon iu oi it By W . R . Goodwin Managing Editor Breeders Gazette you WM juuiciai cognizance , to accept it as axiomatic . Possibly you will accept this fact without examination into the means by which it is resolved , namely that the stockfarmer is the most affluent among his fellows because it requires a higher degree of intelligence to handle live stock than it does to till Iand , and because animal husbandry has uniformly through the ages proved more lucrative than land tillage . The average of the years affords proof unimpeachable of the postulate that stock-farming is more profitable than grain-farming . I cannot emphasize an obligation of the banker toward the stock-farmer in the work of community-building which you have not already realized and discharged . A more unprofitable task than to prove the accepted cannot be conceived . I do not ...

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How Bankers Can Help to Capitalize Agricultural Science [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

How Bankers Can Help to Capitalize Agricultural Science TAKING into account all the factors involved , it remains true that the American farmer can largely By Dean F . B . Mumford University ot Missouri increase his profits , better maintain the permanent fertility of the soil and incidentally materially increase crop yields . The experiment stations have definitely pointed the way to a permanently prosperous agriculture . We are no longer in the dark as to specific methods of agricultural betterment . How can this knowledge of improved methods be brought to the farmer in a manner so convincing that he will embody it in his rules of practice ? In other words , how can this knowledge of agricultural science be capitalized ? The American farmer as a class , has been slow to adopt new methods fully justified from the standpoint of profitable • economic returns . It is sometimes difficult for 1 representatives of the modern organized industries to understand why farmers have not promptl...

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How Ohio Interests the Boys and Girls By A . P . Sandles [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

How Ohio Interests the Boys and Girls By A . P . Sandles President Ohio Agricultural Commission EVERYBODY outside of the cemetery is interested in agriculture . You people who have made this work possible have hold of the four corners of this Republic and are lifting it up . This movement is worth while . It is reaching to the nooks and the corners of this nation , and it is the business of the banker to give a helping hand . We are putting our heads in the game . We are putting arithmetic into the game . The farmer is now trying to discover how much he has invested , he is trying to discover what it costs to produce a pound of meat or a bushel of grain . Prosperity is measured by the difference between receipts and expenditures , and the farmer who has his head in the game is making money . Do . wn in Ohio we are trying to impress upon the farmer that he is a business man . We want him to have his letterheads printed the same as the business man has . We want him to have his farm h...

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? ? ? Get Acquainted With the Farmer [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

? ? ? Get Acquainted With the Farmer By Charles H . Everett Editor Wisconsin Agriculturist I AM glad to see the unanimous good feeling on the part of the bankers towards our farmers . As one who has been a practical farmer for many years of his life and who has had extended experience with bankers , I am free to say that heretofore the banker and the farmer have drifted apart rather than towards a mutual understanding of the benefits to be mutually derived from working in closer relationship . Farmers have said to me that whenever they seek loans at the bank that the bank officials require collateral or some substantial security , but that when they deposit their money in the banks at two or three per cent interest , that bankers loan their money to merchants and to manufacturers without exacting adequate security , and that sometimes the great firms who are heavy borrowers of banks fail and that the depositor becomes the loser . For this and some other reasons farmers . have not fe...

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

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

| imiBiBMsmBiiiiiaiBiiraaiiiiNiiiiwiM Special Offer to Banks Send this magazine to your farmers . They will think more of the bankers—more of you—they will appreciate the spirit of cooperation we preach . The banker-farmer movement is bigger and better than ever , because of the glorious conference at Chicago . Big numbers of this maerazine are coming . Send for our special offer TODAY .

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

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ty ty ty Helping the Farmer to Help Himself [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

ty ty ty Helping the Farmer to Help Himself ( Continued from page 12 ) welded this agricultural county into an efficient farm community , and the seriousness of the rural problem is diminishing all the time ; likewise , by the obliteration of the line between town and country , the troublesome business problem of the small-town merchant is likewise disappearing . The Farmers Club has supplied the farmer with the machinery for helping himself and has taught him to perform his proper function as a cog in the social and economic machinery of that county . ? ? <? Get This Fine Address DR . BRADFORD K NAPPS address on Diversified Agriculture and the Relation of the Banker to the Farmer , has been published by the Department of Agriculture as Circular No . 50 , and copies may be secured by addressing the Department . Get it . -Bniiinniuiiiiiiuniiinui iiiiiitniiiiiiiiniiirniininniimiiinitiniiniiiiniimiiimiiniimiimiimiiniitiniitniiiniiniMiniiiniii mimitmiiiiiMiumiiiiniimmmio

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Help the Boys' and Girls' Club Work [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

Help the Boys and Girls Club Work ( Continued from page 3 ) thing to find a club member who does not keenly enjoy the opportunity to study the great book of nature in the interesting school of the corn field / potato patch , home garden or of a cooperative canning party . If it is worth while to furnish leaders and spend money . in the work with men and women , then surely it is of even greater importance to furnish leadership and possible follow-up work for the boys and girls , for it is through them that we not only secure immediate results in agriculture and home building , but the boys and girls have a life time before them in which they will practice what they have gained , and impart to their associates effectively the inspiration , leadership and instruction with which they are possessed . Boys and girls * club work means more than the mere management and growing of a crop . It should furnish instruction to the member in the proper methods of preparing , grading and crating o...

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What Thev Sav [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 September 1915

What Thev Sav The paper is fine . We congratulate you on the work it is doing and has done . —W . V . McFadden , Tipton County Farmers Union Bank , Covington , Tennessee . We think THE BANKER-FARMER is , without exception , the best publication of the kind we have ever seen . —L . J . Thomas , Farmers and Merchants Bank , Imperial , California : There is no doubt that your movement will eventually bring desired results , and we recognize the value to farmers of the information which your paper contains . —Canadian Bank of Commerce , Briercrest , Canada . Our farmers are reading , thinking , listening and acting , and showing their appreciation by doing things worth while , and we will soon see a wonderful betterment in rural conditions . —Walter Hays , White River Bank , Loogootee , Indiana . THE BANKER-FARMER is a wonderfully stimulating little paper ; it gives a fellow new visions , and fresh enthusiasm to help work out some of these problems . —N . D . French , Vice President , T...

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— . ^ " rJ * 4 - ^ . / T ~ - ^ ^ - ^ FORWARD ! [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1915

— . ^ rJ * 4 - ^ . / T ~ - ^ ^ - ^ FORWARD ! O NCE MORE the American Bankers association has shown that it stands , a solid phalanx , behind the movement to cooperate with the farmer in improving agriculture and country life ! For the convention of the association at Seattle last month endorsed the efforts of the Agricultural Commission by unanimously directing that it continue its work . Once more this great organization has recognized the all-importance of agriculture and country life by devoting one of its sessions to an agricultural program , listening to three devoted champions of a great cause : Miss Rausch , Prof . Newbill and Rev . Mr . Diehl , whose addresses are published in this number . Inspired by the leadership of the American Bankers association , will not every state association and every individual banker work with greater energy than ever ! Inspiration is a particularly valuable asset at this time when there is such imperative need of men in business and financial ...

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What a Good Home and Housekeeper Means to the Community [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1915

What a Good Home and Housekeeper Means to the Community HOME making is the general occupation of many of our women . It is the oldest of our professions By Mary F . Rausch University of Washington yet tew women seem to think it necessary to make special preparation for their work . We have better buildings , and a greater variety of food for the family today , but women have not kept pace with progress , and are content to do their work in the old way , although newer and better things are being added daily to people s lives . Modern utensils and inventions should lighten the labor of women , and broaden their fields for happiness , such as was never dreamed of two generations ago . Schools are crowded with girls studying music and fine arts , but real housekeeping is taught in but few of them . Home should provide food and shelter , peace and happiness . Housewifery is the chief vocation of womanhood , and there is no nobler calling . Half of our housekeepers today accept homes tha...

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How the Boys * and Girls' Clubs Promote Industry and Thrift [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 October 1915

How the Boys * and Girls Clubs Promote Industry and Thrift I WISH to present one of the great forward movements in education , concerning itself primarily with By T . J . Newbill Washington State Club Leader inaustry ana tnntt . it is directed toward the home , for the home , and performed at the home . It is as basic as life itself and as varied as the life activities of the people . All school study and no practice is not a good thing , hence the club work is doing things in the organization of boys and girls who keep an accurate account of time , money and labor required where industry and thrift are cardinal virtues . Industry and thrift should be the watchwords for our century . A thriftless people are a national liability . Think , nearly forty per cent of all the products of the soil in these United States last year were wasted , not used for human betterment in any form , and yet last night fifty per cent of the people who trod this globe went to bed hungry . It is no wonder...

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