The Retail Coalman

This is equally true of the leadership and came to the attention of The RETAIL COALMAN . membership of both the American Wholesale Coal Association and the National Retail Coal Merchants ' AssoAs to the solution - or as to becoming an ...

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Retail Coalman

The RETAIL COALMAN Founded by Delos Hull A Consolidation of The Retail Coal Dealer , The Coalman and The Inland Operator Railroads are not confiscating panies in the country and that he had been remarkConfiscation coal to any ...

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Retail coalman * , Chicago . Docks on © Apr. 10 ; 1 c . ... Apr. 30 ; A Retail millinery assi . of America , S + 5970 . inc . * , New York . ... 21851 Ray Rice has the honor to announce Retail research assn . , New York .

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Regulation of Interstate Motor Carriers Hearing Before a Subcommittee on H R 5262 and H R 6016 February 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 March 1 4 and 5 1935

I do not hold any brief for or against the retail coal man . " He is having a hard time . But here is what they are doing : They are gathering that coal from those little mines , loading it into those trucks , and taking it direct to ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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The Retail Coalman Volume 39

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...the organization cannot do anything along that line for you. 'On the other hand, if such a condition is not pleasing to you, and we do not think for a minute that it is, you are and will be helpless as individuals and can only look for help through your organization. This is only one reason out of very mentioned why every retail coal merchant iii the State of New York should belong to the New York State Coal Merchant's Association. We should have today fully 2.000 paid up members in this state. The bringing about of this result is some thing that cannot be done by one man or even by the coneerted efforts of all of your ofiicers unassisted. It must be brought about by _every_ member putting his shoulder to the wheel and pushing his share. For your ovn sakes and in your own interests, we want to urge upon you, who are already members, two things: first, that you promptly pay your own dues, and second. that you cooperate withyour ofliccrs in the effort to secure as members those in your own vicinity who are still on the outside and not supporting or assisting in the work you are trying to do. If this suggestion will be carried out by the present membership we can guarantee you that sufiicient members and consequent revenue will be secured during the succeeding Qiielve months to furnish munitions of war to _v0ur organizations to enable them to carr_v on efficient work on a sufficient scope that will return to you in benefits received through better conditions secured that will be vorth many times its cost and efiort. _ Financial Statement Analyzed. So closely allied to membership is that of finances that it is practically one subject. Your treasurer's report shows a balance of $574.58. This is very pleasing until you note that...

Extension of Bituminous Coal Act of 1937

... whom he mentions by name , and Mr. Gerald Gould , price executive , Solid Fuels Price Branch of the Office of Price Administration , to whom he refers by his quotation from the Retail Coalman , as quoted above .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means

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The Market Data Book

IN THE RETAILCOALMAN BRINGS BUSINESS Here's the Reason The Retail Coalman is a national magazine , published exclusively for retail coal merchants , its pages filled with sensible , practical articles written by level - headed ...

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Oct. coalman . chap . 8 . By David D. 9 ; A 0-1240 . Demarest , pseud . ( In Retail CoalMoney making news feature service ! man , Sept. , 1928 ) © Sept. 29 ; 1 c . Oct. 4 ; A 931441 ; Retail coalman , Nov. , 1928 .

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The Retail Coalman Volume 34

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...of anthracite have followed the bituminous shippers in great increase of friendliness. They smile all over when they meet a consumer who used to be kicking about an order unfilled and one of them is said to have even passed out a cigar on a special occasion, when if it had been three months ago he would have had urgent business in another street. DEMORALIZING BUSINESS. About 5,000 tons of coal, originally purchased by the Aetna Explosive VVorls for the purpose of making munitions, have been purchased by the Board of Education. Gary, Ind. Iaines F. Cullerton, purchasing agent of the school system, bought the coal through the Empire Trust Co., receivers for the Aetna company. The coal was the property of the French government, which made its purchases through the Aetna company. Mr. Cullertoii purchased 2000 tons at $1 a ton and learning that 3.000 tons were still in the bunkers, telegraphed an oFfer and it was immediately accepted. Nd' ions 2,200,000 2,000,000 1.000.000-M 1,600,000 l," Estimatecl average total. production per working day of bituminous coal includinq coal ookoct. 1,000,000 The loss of time on St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, brought about a 7 per cent. decrease in the output of bituminous coal during the week ended March 22d, compared with the week of the 15th. The production during the current week is estimated at 7,477,000 net tons as compared with 8,042,000 net tons during the week of March 15th and 11,121,000 net tons during the corresponding week of last year. The daily average per working day is estimated at 1,246,000 net tons and is considerably behind the daily average per working day during the present coal year to date, estimated at 1,795,000 net tons and last year estimated at 1,762,000 net tons. The...