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Why the Social Side Must be Developed [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1915

Why the Social Side Must be Developed IN a central west community a county superintendent made a survey of 25 farmers who had retired from their farms and moved to the cities . All of these farmers owned ¦ their farms , were in a position to bring to the farmstead -die conveniences in buildings and equipment which are quite -common arid characteristic of city life . When they were asked why they left the farm , 17 of the 25 stated that they did it to please their wives and daughters ; four of them to get closer to church privileges ; 19 of them because they wanted better educational and social advantages for their children . With the 17 , the first and most important thing developed was the fact that mother and daughters had been • dissatisfied with the farm life and had kept up a constant campaign on the husband and father until they had finally gained his consent to move to the city . —0 . H . Benson . . ; . . > . ; . The Farmer s Best Asset A LITTLE , ill-equipped , on...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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How a Bank Interested Boys and Girls [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1915

How a Bank Interested Boys and Girls ( Continued from page 6 ) said it was the finest display of good hogs that the county had ever had together . Many fathers admitted that their boys and girls had beaten them at their own game and expressed themselves as highly pleased with the results of the club work . Our county demonstrator and canning agent were largely responsible for the good results and to them is due much praise . But the fact that a business institution was enough interested in the boys and girls to lend them the money to purchase good stock and seed was in itself an encouragement and was no doubt a great influence in getting them started . This bank loaned them money at 6 per cent , our regular rate being 10 . per cent . The club has proved a great advertiser for the bank . We have also been influential in introducing into our county some pure-bred livestock and have created more interest in progressive agriculture and stock raising than was ever known here before . Ano...

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Your Farmer Friends Will Like to Read This Magazine [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1915

Your Farmer Friends Will Like to Read This Magazine W HAT do the farmers of your community think about bankers ? - Do they believe bankers are soulless , hide-bound , impersonal machines , interested only in interest ? Or do they know that the American banker is taking his place as a citizen , interested in every movement for betterment , but especially in agriculture and country life ? It is mighty important that every farmer should know the truth about the banker , for the benefit of both and their community . The easiest and most inexpensive way to make sure your farmers know the banker as he really is , is to give them THE BANKER-FARMER to read . * Banks all over the country are distributing the magazine . The distribution of this magazine by YOUR bank will be advantageous , generally and particularly . Your farmers will appreciate it . Read beiow what banks , which distribute the little magazine , have to say . Plan to distribute for at least three months—six months or a year i...

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What They Say [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1915

What They Say We consider the paper quite valuable to ourselves and our farmers . —W . Wenzlaff , cashier , the Farmers bank , Kendrick , Idaho . I think your publication will do us a great deal of good among the farmers of this country . —S . B . Anderson , Citizens bank , Cookeville , Tennessee . We often hand a copy to our local editor who has printed a number of good articles in his paper and also thinks well of it . —C . H . Ede , State bank , Peck , Idaho . We have passed them on to our farmers who have commented favorably on them . — Harry Jones , vice-president , First National bank , Wapato , Washington . I mail them out to our ranchers and if they are a day late I always know about it , too . —Carl M . Kraemer , cashier , State Bank of Plummer , Plummer , Idaho . We think a lot of THE BANKER-FARMER and have some realization of the size of the problem with which it deals . — M . W . Ellis , cashier , Security Trust and Savings bank , Charles City , Iowa . I think it one of ...

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jpiiwinii ^ I Special Offer to Banks [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1915

jpiiwinii ^ I Special Offer to Banks I T j LACE this magazine in the hands of your farmer I j I friends . It explains better than you can why the 1 I banker is interested in agriculture and what he I 1 is doing . Send for details . I i Do it TODAY . 1

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

The Spirit of 1916

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New Problems of 1916—the Banker-Farmer Must Help Solve Them [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

New Problems of 1916—the Banker-Farmer Must Help Solve Them THE world is passing through a terrible ordeal , the effects of which can be only vaguely comprehended . The United States is fortunately not directly involved in the war , but the modern world is so closely drawn together by steam and electricity that every people must be affected by anything that profoundly affects other peoples . There is danger now that we may be carried off our feet by a prosperity which lacks essentia ] elements of endurance . It may stimulate and mislead us into methods and policies under which permanent prosperity is impossible . Are we going to become more extravagant and wasteful under these influences ? If so , our undoing is inevitable . On the other hand , if we take advantage of this prosperity to _ perfect our economic organization , to provide ourselves with the best possible equipment , and otherwise qualify ourselves to carry on production in all lines in the most intelligent and economica...

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An Agriculturist for Each Bank—the Day is Surely Coming [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

An Agriculturist for Each Bank—the Day is Surely Coming TO . SS First National bank of Stillwater , Minnesota , decided to build up a larger farm business , broaden its scope and at the same time be more of a benefit to its community . The officers of the bank didnt feel they knew enough about farming . They wanted a man who understood farm practices and the farmer , too—who could give help in advising the farmer , that would make his money go a lot further and bring greater results . Glenn E . Rogers ranked high among the county agents of Minnesota . For two and a half years he had carried the gospel of better farming to the farmers of Washington county . More than $ 75 , 000 worth of pure-bred cattle was brought into the county , nearly all it purchased through cooperation with the county agent . And that was only a part of his work . Glenn E . Rogers isnt county agent any more . He has a new title . He is Manager of the Rural Development and Credit Department of the First Nationa...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

A part of the Grade Holstein herd owned by Al . Bay , R . F . D ., Stillwater , Minnesota , which was purchased through Glenn E . Rogers , formerly county agent of Washington county , and now head of the agricultural department of the First National bank of Stillwater . The cow the owner is holding produced 6 , 600 pounds of milk and over 200 pounds of butter fat in four months . The average production for the state of Minnesota is about 4 , 500 pounds of milk and 163 pounds of fat in twelve months . At the time of freshening three of these cows have produced more than 60 pounds of milk per day . five over 50 pounds and seventeen over 40 pounds . In most cases the cows have been milked but two times each day .

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How Business Men and Farmers Have Cooperated for Big Things [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

How Business Men and Farmers Have Cooperated for Big Things RURAL New England is dying . Business wan ** rx-C Cnmnivfial / l 1111 By John L . Scheuerle Secretary Hampden County ( Mass . ) Improvement League JC vx ujtrJ . iAijsAU » u and other cities of Hampden county , Massachusetts , realized this when they organized the Hampden County Improvement league with these purposes : 1 . To help the farmers introduce the most modern methods of farming . 2 . To organize them for the purpose of better business methods and business organization . 3 . To improve the living conditions and make the open country so attractive that neither the farmers nor their boys and girls would be attracted to the cities . The League enlisted more than 1000 farmers and business men who are giving financial and zealous support . The county appropriates $ 10 , 000 a year toward the expenses . of the League . It has been in existence for two years and has yielded returns , both in increased crops and better farmi...

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What About the Country Church in Your Community ? [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

What About the Country Church in Your Community ? A GREAT church held a conference on the country church last month . A President of the United States was among the speakers . And this is only one of the many indications that the necessity to revive the failing country church is sternly realized . Great denominations are establishing departments devoted to it , seeking means by which ministers can be sent into the country , educated to talk in terms of agriculture and country life . A fine illustration of the new spirit is afforded by the announcement which the Presbyterian church made when it ¦ established a department for the country church : The church has done everything in its power to pave the farmer s road to the Celestial City , but it has paid little attention to his road to the nearest village . It has given great sums to alleviate poverty , hut it has given little thought to the causes that make for jpoverty—the American system of farm tenantry , the robbing • of the soil...

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The Truth About the Cpuntry School- ^ This Man Taught One [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

The Truth About the Cpuntry School- ^ This Man Taught One IN the midst of all their hardship and suffering , our ¦ fftt . herR n . 7 id mnr . hprs and mrr By C . H . Oathout County Agent , Champaign County , Illinois grandfathers and grandmothers had one thing constantly in mind and that was that future generations might have an easier life than they had had . They saw the value of an education as a means to this end and were willing to make considerable sacrifice for the purpose . And so the little white schoolhouses began to dot the prairie , so located that every child might have an easy opportunity to get to school . These little school houses which stand for actual sacrifice of a generation for the benefit of following generations constitute the foundation of our liberty . A government such as ours could not continue to exist without an educated people . The past half-century has seen the greatest progress in applied science that the world has ever known in any like period . Bu...

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Diversification Means Farm "Preparedness "—and Progress [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

Diversification Means Farm Preparedness —and Progress DIVERSIFICATION is the biggest and most vital , the most hopeful and helpful word in all the story of better farming . It is the policy of broad-gauge businessfarming , —of not risking all on one crop ; of not putting all your eggs in one basket . It is farm insurance and the beginning of farm profit and permanency . It means raising and feeding more crops on the farm , thus getting two prices and the manure from them;—it means something frequently going to market and cash as frequently coming back . Rotation means resting up and improving soil conditions by changing the crops and fields about from season to season , but—Diversification means all this plus pigs , cows , cattle , sheep , poultry , more mares and colts , more manure spreaders , — more washing and churning and labor saving devices and running water in the house , more home comforts , better schools , better roads , that make satisfied and happy boys and girls on the...

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You and 1916 [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

You and 1916 W ELL , what are you going to be in 1916 ? An impersonal figure , anchored behind your counters , interested only in your own advancement , afraid to shuck off your coat and get into the game for the good of your community for fear you will be misunderstood ? Are you going to do this and confirm a large chunk of the population of the United States in the tradition that the banker is a cold-blooded cuss , to whom personal gain is the only appeal , who isnt really a human being but a machine to compute interest and say no coldly when you want a loan ? Or are you going to say to yourself : Better than any other class of men in my community , I have the opportunity to lead in movements for its good . Because agriculture and country life mean so much to the community , I am going to put in what licks I can to better them . I am going to find out more about agriculture because I have many farmer customers and I cant do business as well with them , as I can with the town busin...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

B . F . HARRIS , Editor . LOUIS M . TOBIN , Associate Editor . Subscription Price—FIFTY CENTS A TEAK SPECIAL OFFER TO BANKS FOB DISTRIBUTION $ 1 . 25 and $ 2 . 26 per 100—see back page . 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 , 1 S 79 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

MNKMRMER ReviewmgtteBanW Activities ^ alktterAgriculture andRnral Lff 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 BANKERFARMER attempts to present monthly concrete happenings and suggestions bearing on the bankers constructive program for a better agriculture and country life .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

Agricultural 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 , Jos . Hirsch , Vice Pres ., Corpus Christi Natl . Bank , Corpus Christi , Tex . R . I . Woodside , President , Farmers & Merchants Bank , Gree hville , S . C . J . R , Wheeler , Cashier , Farmers-Merchants Union Bk ., Columbus , Wis . Geo . T . WellB , Chief Clerk , Denver National Bank , Denver Colo . B . F . Harris , Chairman , Pres ., First National Bank , Champaign , III .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1916

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 ., Prattville . ARIZONA—N . D . Sanders , Asst . Cash . Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust Co ., Phoenix . ARKANSAS—J . K . Browning , Cashier , Bank of Piggott , Piggott . CALIFORNIA—H . C . Carr , Vice Pres ., First National Bank , Portervllle . COLORADO—G . T . Wells , Denver National Bank , Denver . DELAWARE—John Richardson , Jr ., Pres ., Natl . Bk . of Del .. Wilmington . FLORIDA—Z . C . Chambllss , Munroe and Chambliss Nat l 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 , Carmi . INDIANA—W . W . Bonner , Cashier , Third National Bank , Greensburg . IOWA—L . E . Stevens , P...

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