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The Butler County press. [volume] (Hamilton, Ohio) 1900-1946, September 02, 1932, Image 6

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The man who greases car track
switches for a living climbs wearily
on the owl car at one something a. m.
"My, but I'm tired," he said to the
conductor. "I wish I hid your job—
it must be grand just to ride while
you work all day, instead of tramp,
tramp, tramp through the mud and
.wind and rain."
The conductor went home and went
-to bed. In the morning he took his
•wages to the bank and put them away
against the time of bills. He looked
enviously at the receiving teller. "I
wish I had your job," he said to him.
"'Just taking in money all day long
and always being warm, and never
having to move around and all—it
must be grand."
The paying teller went in to see
the bank president about noon, to ask
him for a raise. He didn't say so
aloud, but he thought to himself, "I
wish I had his job. Pretty soft. Sits
around behind a mahogany desk and
says 'yes' and 'no'" and draws down
twenty-five thousand dollars a year.
Read This:
522 East Avenue
The Other Fellow's Job
Barbers' Union Shop Card
RILEY and
RILEY
South and Franklin Sts. Phones 1166 and 1167
HAMILTON, OHIO
GROCERIES
MEATS
VEGETABLES
FRUITS
COUNTRY PRODUCE
We are out of the high rent district—
That's why we sell for less and sell more.
Our trucks deliver all day long any place in Hamilton
or suburbs.
We pay more for Country Produce—Phone and find out
Honest Weight—Square Deal
Riley and Riley
South and Franklin Sts. Phones 1166 and 1167
HAMILTON, OHIO
Comes when he gets ready and goes
when he wants—easy, easy money."
The bank president sat up late that
night worrying about some loans and
struggling with some bask problems,
in which he had to straddle his de
positors, his customers and his stock
holders, and do the maximum best
for all. In the middle of his cogita
tions a burglar came in, helped him
self to the silver and kept the bank
president quiet with a gun. When he
had gone the banker sighed with re
lief. "Now, that," he said, "is an
ideal1 job. No responsibility to any
one but himself—no real labor, and
large reward, full of adventure and
excitement—why am I not a bur
glar
The burglar went out with his ill
gotten gains and worried himself sick
over getting caught. There was ten
years in jail if he did. The spoons
wouldn't net over twenty dollars when
they were melted down. People sat
up later and later. Sometime he'd
love to kill one of them, and then
This card can be found in every
shop working under an agreement
with the Barbers' Union.
All shops, except a few, which
will not stand inspection, display
this card. Watch for it—look for it.
Barbers Local Union No. 132
It doesn't cost anything to ask—
We are always glad to give advice on any Remodeling Work
AUTO GLASS—PLATE GLASS TOPS FOR FURNITURE
BEVELING
H. J. CRECRAFT
the chair for him. He walked across
the street and passed a man putting
grease on the switch of the car track.
"Buddie," he said, "that's a darn
good job you've got. You are out in
the open, and no one can shut you up.
You can look them in the face Mid
tell 'em where to go.**
BRANDEIS CALLS THE
TURN
agree with the recommendations of
Mr. Justice Brandeis in order to agree
with his striking declarations that the
present order of things is in a terri
ble state of disorder and inefficiency.
Brandeis spoke out, in the course
of a court decision, pointing to the
conflict between law and natural de
velopment, bitterly slashing away at
the social injustice of our time and
declaring that perhaps more regula
tion of corporate conduct is required.
Great wealth and corporate power
have wrought enormous abuses. The
learned justice levied his arraignment
well and labor will agree. It will
agree also that there is danger un
less there is remedy.
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COMPLIMENTS OF
Tiirnbiill
Fuel & Building Supply Co.
A. & T. BLOCK COAL
Contracting Work
Industrial Plants
Farm Building
Bricklayers
Road Widening
Sewers
Gutters
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Be Careful
In one of the last engagements of
the war an American sergeant order
ed a negro private to go into a dugout
and clean out any Germans that hap
pened to be left.
The darky soldier blanched a "bit,
swallowed his Adam's apple, and then
said huskily: "Effen yo' see three fo'
men come a runnin' out o' dat hole,
don't shoot de fust one."
Prohibition Cow
"Look heah, Ike," said Colonel
Bluegrass. "I let you have five gal
lons of likker not moah than a month
ago. Peers to me you using a lot o'
likker."
"Well, Colonel, it's like this. I get
a wife and eight children, and five
gallons of likker ain't so much for a
man with that size family when he
don't keep no cow."
THE BUTLER COUNTY PRESS
and
1 Miami Valley Concrete Co.
Coal, Coke, Builders' Supplies
"Certified Weights and Service is Our Motto
DUNLEARY FURNACE COAL
PRICE HILL POCAHONTAS COAL
ISLAND CREEK LUMP COAL
EGG COALS AND COKE
Ready Mixed Concrete
That the remedy must be more gov
ernment regulation is not so clear.
However, if enough are convinced
that there are wrongs that demand
rectification, the chences are that in
the end America will find the right
remedy.—Worcester Labor News*
INTELLIGENT ACTION
NEEDEI^:ch
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"H6 means necessary to
FOR—
Foundations
Floors
Cellars
Cisterns
Driveways
Garages
Pools, etc.
PHONE US FOR PRICES
5658
George R. Turnbull
PROPRIETOR
ES
Phone 1667
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Old forms are breaking away to
make way for tomorrow. Whether
the tomorrow is to be brighter and
more cheerful than today depends
entirely upon the intelligence of the
great masses of our citizenship. Will
they use the opportunity afforded
them in the coming election and make
a complete change in our government
or will they allow the same forces of
reaction that helped to enslave them
and brought about this depression, to
continue in office and to shape the
destirfies of the nation? Will our
people allow themselves as in times
past, to be misled by false issues of
cheaper taxes, lower cost of govern
ment, tariff or prohibition, or will
they demand of these representatives
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Highest Quality of Fuels at All Times9
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Try Our Cookies and
Cakes
Phone us direct for
anything in cake line,
such as special or dec
orated cakes and we
will deliver to your
home.
1375 Shuler Ave.
Phone 3883
JOHN JANSER
Labor Day means just another
milestone added to the long list of
years John has served his union, the
Theatrical Stage Employes and Mov
ing Picture Machine Operators No.
136, as secretary. We can't think
back to the time when he didn't hold
this job. His organization recognizes
a good thing and won't let go of it
the answer to the question, Why star
vation amidst plenty? Will our citi
zens listen to political opportunists,
or will they elect to office old and
tried progressives who understand
the fundamental principles of our eco
nomic system, and who have proven
by years of service their loyalty and
fidelity to the cause of the people
and who can be depended upon to be
true to their principles? Upon the
LONG SERVICE
TIRES
intelligent action of our citizens de
pends the peaceful solution of our
economic ills and the assurance of the
At Your Dealers Fresh Twice Daily
If Your Dealer Cannot Supply You, Remember We Deliver Fresh Daily to Your Home
LOOK FOR THE LIGHT HOUSE ON THE WRAPPER
A BEACON OF QUALITY FOR 40 YEARS
A BEACON OFQUAUTY FOP 0VEP40 YEARS
East Hamilton Bakery
HERBERT J. WEIK, Prop.
40 Year* of Service, Satisfying The People With Baked Goods
"It Must Be Good"
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Here Comes Meeks
TIRES & BATTERIES
OOPER
COOPER TIRES are guaranteed in writing against—
Blowouts
Bruises
Rim Cuts
Tread Wear
Faulty Brakes
Accidents
and Cost No More!
COMPLETE STOCK AND SERVICE
Opposite y. M. C. A.
114 North 2nd Street Phone 954
Weill's Quality Breads
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maintenance of an American stand
ard of living for the American peo
ple.—Washington State Labor News.
A U N
(Present Deputy)
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
Recorder
KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE
(Political Advertisement)
DISTRIBUTOR OF
LONG SERVICE
BATTERIES
Cuts
Curb Chafing
Rut Wear
Under Inflation
Wheel Mis-aligning
Any other Road Hazards
Plain and Fancy Rolls
and Coffee Cakes
Delivered to your
Home Daily
'Weik's Rye Bread
With the Real Rye
Flavor
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