Honey Producers' Co-opeator, Volumes 1-2

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Page 5 - The leader for the time being, whoever he may be, is but an instrument, to be used until broken and then to be cast aside; and if he is worth his salt he will care no more when he is broken than a soldier cares when he is sent where his 222 life is forfeit in order that the victory may be won. In the long fight for righteousness the watchword for all of us is spend and be spent.
Page 10 - Speaker," — and then, observing a smile to pervade the audience, he paused, looked fiercely around, and with a loud voice, rising in its notes and swelling into vehement anger, he is said to have pronounced again the word " Sugar !" three times, and having thus quelled the house, and extinguished every appearance of levity or laughter, turned round and disdainfully asked, "Who will laugh at sugar now?
Page 5 - Seton. leader for the time being, whoever he may be, is but an instrument, to be used until broken and then to be cast aside; and if he is worth his salt he will care no more when he is broken than a soldier cares when he is sent where his life is forfeit in order that the victory may be won. In the long fight for righteousness the watchword for all of us, is spend and be spent.
Page 4 - There are a number of things that must be embodied in the form of organization and the method of handling the business, each of which is absolutely essential to success. First of all, capable management is required. The man in charge must be not only experienced, but he must be intelligent, diligent, and of good judgment, with tact and ability for keeping alive the enthusiasm, interest, and cooperation of the members. Excepting the disloyalty of members, inefficient management has been responsible...
Page 16 - Post-war readjustment, about which the country has been talking, finally is at hand with no prospect of financial panic in sight, according to Archer Wall Douglas, chairman of the Committee on Statistics of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, whose monthly report on business conditions was made public today.
Page 4 - One of the hardest problems in marketing is to build up a trade in small quantities of practically everything that is raised on the general farm and maturing in small quantities at different times. Cooperation, therefore, lends itself more successfully to the marketing of highly specialized and localized crops. NECESSITY. Many students of rural economics assert that cooperation as applied to the distribution and marketing of farm products is not very successful unless it is founded upon dire necessity....
Page 2 - California shipped about 2,000,000 boxes of oranges a year, the growers thought they were overproducing. The supply was so far in excess of the demand that at times the returns were less than the costs. By cooperation they reduced expenses, minimized decay, and increased the efficiency of their distributing machine until by 1906 they had pushed up their annual sales to 10,000,000 boxes. But in response to the stabilizing influence of organization thousands of new acres had been planted and with the...
Page 10 - It is related that once in the House of Commons he began a speech with the words " Sugar, Mr. Speaker," — and then, observing a smile to pervade the audience, he paused, looked fiercely around, and with a loud voice, rising in its notes and swelling into vehement anger, he is said to have pronounced again the word " Sugar !" three times, and having thus quelled the house, and extinguished every appearance of levity or laughter, turned round and disdainfully asked, " Who will laugh at sugar now...
Page 9 - Smith was sitting down to breakfast one morning when he was astounded to see in the paper an announcement of his own death. He rang up his friend Jones at once. "Hello, Jones," he shouted excitedly. "Have you seen the announcement of my death in the paper?
Page 5 - We, here in America, hold in our hands the hope of the world, the fate of the coming years; and shame and disgrace will be ours if in our eyes the light of high resolve is dimmed, if we trail in the dust the golden hopes of men.

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