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Make Plans for 1917 [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

Make Plans for 1917 AT this time the chairman and members of the committees on agriculture of the bankers state associations should get together if possible and discuss their plans for 1917 . What work do you want to push most ? When this question is answered , the question of ways and means follows . While the agricultural needs of the states differ , of course , three subjects can be headlined in the mapping out of the 1917 campaign : The introduction of the agricultural credit rate sheet The increase of the number of county agents . The bringing of better bookkeeping to the farm . The Banker-Farmer Platform will suggest other fruitful activities . Get ready for 10 x 7 . It must be a big year for agriculture . The bankers , under the stimulation of their state associations , can accomplish much . Is Agriculture All Right ? IS the banker carrying coals to Newcastle by seeking to cooperate with the farmer in developing agriculture ? Here is the best answer : Less , than 40 per cent ...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
- " •: -- - — . —J — -- » . *__ . v ~ . ' __ V-, U . A __ V The Development of Our Agriculture is Our Chief National Problem [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

- •: -- - — . —J _«_— -- » . *__ . v ~ . __ V-, U . A __ V The Development of Our Agriculture is Our Chief National Problem By George E . Roberts National City Bank , New York FROM the beginning of settlement in this country we have been exploiting the natural resources of a continent , a wealth of soil , of minerals and of timber that had been thousands of years in preparation for us . Those resources had almost no value to the first settlers ; they were as free as air to all comers , but in an incredibly short space of time population , attracted from the four quarters of the globe , in addition to our natural growth , has spread over the country until everything but air and sunshine has a price upon it . There has never been a parallel to the settlement of this country . When my father came to Rock Island county , Illinois , there were less than 20 , 000 , 000 people in this country , and my children will probably see 200 , 000 , 000 . They have all got to be fed and clothed and ...

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Oklahoma Bankers Urging Livestock , etc ., Say , "Don ' t Forget the Schools" [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

Oklahoma Bankers Urging Livestock , etc ., Say , Don t Forget the Schools THE bankers of Oklahoma are following up their good work in encouraging increased certainty of feed production . They loaned money to more than 700 boys to buy purebred sows last spring and wanted to lend more but sows up to the standard could not be obtained . Pigs from these sows are shown at township fairs and the winners go to the free county fairs . Winners at the county fairs go to the State Fair at Oklahoma City . A fine line of cash prizes is paid at ill of these fairs and the winners will have rhances with members of others boys and prls clubs at ten scholarships in the agricul tural college ana agricultural schools . Five of these of $ 160 » ach are given by bankers of the state , one of $ 125 by the Oklahoma Cottonseed Crushers Association , two or $ 100 each by the Oklahoma State Board of Agriculture , and two of $ 50 each by the Oklahoma Farmer . All educational and commercial forces in the state ...

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Another Bank Engages an Agriculturist—This is What He Hopes to Do [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

Another Bank Engages an Agriculturist—This is What He Hopes to Do WHEN Dean Skinner of Purdue university before the Banker-Farmer Conference in Chicago predicted that the time would come when every country bank would have on its staff a trained agriculturist , doubtless there , were those who regarded him as a visionary . But Add another bank to the list of institutions here and there which are engaging a man skilled in agriculture to cooperate with the farmers of their sections . This time it is the San Angelo National bank of San Angelo , Texas . H . OBannon is the cashier . He had thought long and earnestly on the problems that agriculture presented . He realized that the only solid foundation of permanent prosperity in any section lies in successful farming ; that scientific methods are doing much to assist the farmer and stockman to solve his problems and to derive a greater profit from his investment of time and money ; and that all citizens of every trade and profession prosp...

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

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Live Bankers Help to Bring Better Livestock Everywhere—Do You ? [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

Live Bankers Help to Bring Better Livestock Everywhere—Do You ? Profitable and Unprofitable Farm Animals P URE bred sires are Bank Builders . Scrub sires are Bank Wreckers ! The Wisconsin Live Stock Breeders association has a notable exhibit of farm stock , of right and wrong kinds . These animals are being shown at county fairs and will have a grand effect in demonstrating to farmers what to breed , own and feed and what not to keep on their farms . One notable exhibit is that of a cow that produced in one year 461 . 8 pounds of butter fat at a profit of $ 89 . 83 to her owner and of another wrong cow that in the same time made 136 pounds of butter fat at a proft of $ 3 . 90 . What shall it profit a man if he have little more than the manure of his cow for his year s work ? He can only credit the exercise as the additional gain ! Thousands of dairy cows in Wisconsin do not pay their board . It is possible and should be our earnest effort to have every Wisconsin cow produce 350 to 4...

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A Path to Better Bank Credit : Take Care of the Farm Machinery [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

A Path to Better Bank Credit : Take Care of the Farm Machinery The farmer wouldnt leave his automobile—not even his Henry —out in the snow , but farm machinery ! Look at the pictures actual photographs on good farms in the corn belt . HERE are some photographs of expensive farm machinery rusting in the snow and rain . They can soon be duplicated anywhere . This is a good time for bankers everywhere to put in a good word for better care of farm machinery . The average farm implement is only about half worn out by use alone . The rest of the wear is due to rust and decay . This is the statement of Uncle Sam s Department of Agriculture after an investigation . One-fifth of the farm machinery in use in the country is junked every year . The farmer discards his implements because they are useless . He has neglected to care for them . Rust rhymes with bust . The old saying , it isn t the trust , it s the rust is still true . This carelessness helps to explain the small net income from man...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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_ , *» Launch "More Sheep and More Wool Movement' ^ Bankers Should Cooperate [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

_ , *» Launch More Sheep and More Wool Movement ^ Bankers Should Cooperate BANKERS everywhere are urged to cooperate in the More Sheep and More Wool Movement ? . A campaign with this slogan has been inaugurated in Pennsylvania and it is planned to make the movement nation-wide . Last year this country raised 14 , 000 , 000 less sheep than it did in 1903 . It produced 100 , 000 , 000 less pounds of wool than in ipoj . The U . S . Department of Agriculture and the state colleges of agriculture unite in the opinion that it is tune for action . There is money for the farmer in sheep . Pennsylvania bankers are already cooperating in the movement Last month a conference was held in Philadelphia which , ft is hoped , will have an important effect , not only in the Keystone state , but all over the United States . L . T . McFadden , chairman of the committee on agriculture of the Pennsylvania Bankers association , addressed the conference and pledged the support of the association in a camp...

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Uncle Sam ' s Free Book Shelf [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

Uncle Sam s Free Book Shelf A COPY of any of the publications listed herein , except those otherwise noted , may be obtained free upon application to the Editor and Chief of the Division of Publications , United States Department of Agriculture , Washington , D . C , as long as the department s supply lasts . After this supply is exhausted , publications can still be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents , Government Printing Office , Washington , D . C , but by purchase only , and at the prices noted herein . Send all remittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct His office is not a part of the Department of Agriculture . Farmers Bulletin *—For Free Distribution various independent inquiries dealing with several phases of ft . meat industry , undertaken by specialists of the department , at the suggestion of a committee appointed in 1914 by the Secretary to consider the economics of the meat situation ; the other four reports were published as Reports Nos . 109 , no...

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"''" - —* - mmMMB , ^^ Distribute This Magazine [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

- —* - mmMMB , ^^ Distribute This Magazine Begin the New Year by distributing THE BAJTKEB .- FABMES among your farmer friends . It is good advertising for your bank . It will help to show that you are genuinely interested in agriculture . We will send you the magazine in bundles or we will wrap , address and mail to a list of your farmer friends . Write TODAY for particulars .

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_ _ _ _____ Get a Bound Volume [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 December 1916

_ _ _ _____ Get a Bound Volume VoL III—twelve numbers , Dec . 1915 to and including Nov . 1916—__ & 50 Vols II and Ill-Dec 1914 to and including Nov . 1 Qio . t * M All sent PREPAID . Address THE BANKE _ - F ___ E _ . Champaign , 111 . mmvmmm WW ^ IWH ^ inmilt ^ mM \ i \ MMmia « mimnitltt » miiinninmimmM imii-1-

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

HANDS UP ! YOU DONT GET MY MONEY THIS YEAR !

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Safe Farming the Slogan for 1917—the Credit Rate Sheet Will PUn [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

Safe Farming the Slogan for 1917—the Credit Rate Sheet Will PUn S AFE farming . Let that be the national slogan , North and South , Bast and West . Let every banker sound it . Ut every bani ^ cooperate to make forming a business instead of a gamble . Carl Vrooman , United States assistant secretary of aariaOtZZ i _ y * J _ f 7 timers tn every section of the country have skated on dangerous ice in the past by placing all their eggTinZt basket . Safe Farming is not a sectional slogan . ° e The necessity , the duty , for every banker to labor to develop the agriculture and country life of his community , state and Na & t- * _ Y * % _? * ° ^ ressma ° f nov > - V ** 1 s « m «• l »* 9 * r can mine his agricultural resources . Agriculture must be made more iraeL able . This may seem a far-fetched statement in these days of high prices for farm products , but it isnt . Country life mustbe % n _ t more likeable , so that farmers mil never be compelled to leave ihe coun...

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Safe Fanning [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

Safe Fanning By Carl Vrooman U . S . Assistant Secretary of Acrieohare O NE-crop farming , which is only another way of putting all one s eggs in one basket is always unsafe farming . The cotton raisers of the South , tbe potato raisers in our northern tier of states , and tbe corn raisers of the Middle-West all alike in the past have indulged too much in this perilous game . Selling at wholesale everything mat one has to sell and buying at retail everything one has to buy is also unsafe farming . The farmer who lives on canned fruits and vegetables because he will not take the trouble to have a kitchen garden and a few fruit trees , and his wife who will not take the trouble to put up for winter use fruits and jellies , apple butter , sour kraut canned tomatoes , etc ., is neglecting one of the most important elements of success , as well as of happiness , on the farm . Such a man may be a good cropper but he is not a good allaround farmer . For fanning is a business , success in w...

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The Rate Sheet Establishes Practical Fanning [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

The Rate Sheet Establishes Practical Fanning By E . C . Johnaon Desn extension Ksnsss State Agricultural College THE credit rate sheet which you propose in your December wsue is really an inventory and if prepared annually by a farmer it would give him a good summary of his business and his income . It is the kind of a summary which every fanner should , make . In fact in the farmers record books prepared by the various agricultural institutions in the country and in the books prepared at the Kansas agricultural college and published by the Kansas Bankers association , the inventory at the beginning and end of the year is emphasized and the other records are largely for the purpose of making a correct inventory posThe statement concerning farm operations and crop system provided for in the rate sheet should be of very great value to the bankers in determining what size loan is justified . If every banker would require such a statement before making a loan and would use preferential ...

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Send for the Credit Rate Sheet [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

Send for the Credit Rate Sheet D ANKERS everywhere are ordering copies . More than * * _ 5 . 000 rate sheets have been sent out since the December issue of this magazine offered to supply them . Don t have your agricultural credit a guess . Help your farmer and your bank by using the credit sheet Send at once to THE BANKER -FARMER for several hundred copies ; ihen determine to get one farmer s statement each day ia 1917 . The rate sheets will be sent express collect for 75 cent * per 100

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Three Practical Avenues of Activity [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

Three Practical Avenues of Activity By W . C . Gordon , Marshall , Mo . Member Agricultural Commission A T the threshold of the year 1917 , it is worth while for bank ers to consider carefully the means they shall use to continue their encouragement and help in the development 0 f a better agriculture for this nation . Past experience always demonstrates the futility of certain efforts and practices , while , at the same , it establishes beyond question the wisdom of other measures which have been inaugurated . The time for experimenting in matters agricultural by bankers seems to me to have past Only definite principles and lines of procedure should be adhered to which have been found to be productive of real practical and lasting benefit , justifying the expenditure of time , thought , labor and money which have been bestowed on them . Our aim is , and must continue to be , a sincere desire to conserve that part of our national resources which is represented by productive land , a...

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The Relations of the Farmer , the Country Banker and the Citv Bant ^ [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

The Relations of the Farmer , the Country Banker and the Citv Bant ^ By J . R . Wheeler Member AgrleultnrsI Commission HENRY CLEWS says : Successful trade must always be of mutual benefit or it cannot last Europe s losses and mislununes cannot to stimulate the right use of credit to develop a profitable agricultural business may not * Checked . The dtv hanlr nm-J * ?„ 1—S +. . J * ne our gain . The more improverished Great Bntain , Germany and France become , the less able will they be to buy from us ; and the less we buy from them , and the less we can seH . The principle of mutual dependability is applicable to the banker and farmer , and it is applicable to the cit ? banker and the country banker . The farmer cannot meet his principal and interest to the banker unless he makes money out of the use of it The banker cannot make a permanently safe and profitable loan unless the farmer makes money with which to pay . Tbe farmer may not know what credit he needs , he may not know what...

Publication Title: Banker Farmer
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Safe Farming for the South-the Three Great F ' s , Food , Feed and Fertility [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

Safe Farming for the South-the Three Great F s , Food , Feed and Fertility By Bradford Knapp U . S . Department of Agriculture IT is a trite saying that This is an age of uncertainty but no statement was ever truer of any period than the present There are great forces at work affecting the agriculture , the economics , the finances , the government and the very morals of the world as a whole . There never was a time when men could see less clearly into the future than at the present time , and yet our people as a rule are little inclined to give serious consideration to a safe course of procedure . The very high price of certain farm products has a marked tendency to unsteady farm production as a whole and more especially to unbalance the production of each farmer . Men are tempted at such times to play for the main chance and they plunge on cotton or wheat or potatoes . It is somewhat interesting from a gambling standpoint but is an exceedingly unsafe thing to do . What is the safe...

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How Eleven Banks Cooperate to Bring Better Cows and Bigger Milk Checks [Newspaper Article] — Banker Farmer — 1 January 1917

How Eleven Banks Cooperate to Bring Better Cows and Bigger Milk Checks By Howard I . Wood Marinette , Wis . THE Cooperative Cattle Buying association of Marinette county , Wis ., was established in IOIS but did not operate extensively until 1916 . The members are the eleven banks of the county , business men of several lines , and farmers . In 1915 only one car-load of cattle was purchased under the cooperative plan . After . this first car-load had been purchased , the fanners showed a disposition to await results before making further investments . Every farmer who received cattle was pleased and by the beginning of 1916 , a basis of confidence had been established . During 1916 fourteen car-loads of cattle averaging thirty head to a car were imported from various parts of southern Wisconsin . In addition a large number of good animals were purchased from breeders in the county and sold to farmers who were beginning the development of dairy herds , the deals being made through the...

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