Being a boy of good habits I got all needed machinery and groceries of our home merchants on credit, until fall crops were sold. ... We then had one of the thriftiest little villages in the stateagood line of business in all the branches, merchants who were willing to help an honest fellow ... Go down to the depot when the freight pulls in and you see the sequel in mailorder packages. Nine years ago my farm was worth $195 an acre; today Ia#39;d have a hard matter to sell it at $167 an acre.
|Title||:||The Banker Farmer, Vol. I No. 2|