Seed, Feed, and Fert., Nov 17
FARMERS' SEED, FEED AND FERTILIZER LOAN Texas county has sent in near 225 applications for loans from the Federal Farm Relief fund, which is the $43,000,000 set aside by Congress on December 20, 1930. The farmers of Texas county have already received 95 checks front the fund above mentioned and we expect more to come in right along now. The method of application, who can likely qualify, the rate of inter est, the security, the balanced crop system and all facts concerning the loan were explained in the county papers some weeks since, but a few have been caused extra effort and sonic delay in not bringing landlords along to waive for the tenant. This is necessary and I hoie the appli cants will take notice of this ami avoid delay and trouble in the future. I shall continue to write applica tions on Saturdays at C. E. Covert's office in Houston, and after 2:30 o'clock p, m. at school building on school days. These loans are for the benefit of farmers who really need them. The notes bear 5 per cent interest and are payable November 30, 1931. Those interested see me in Houston as above described. WALLACE P. GIBBS. Vocational Agriculture Instructor, Houston, Me.