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lf?i rh v ii r'w^ iff-, ft &• i i* j. l*» WITH The Home Loan AND Building Assoc'n. C. J. PARRISH, Secy. Pool and Billiards Hstoe Phone 1190 Fine Line of Bottled Goods. Only Union Goods Sold. GEO. CALDWELL SALOON AND BOARDING HOUSE East Avenue and Millcreek Valley cars pass the door. 850 East Avenue Hamilton, Ohio The Hamilton Milk Company PASTEURIZED Milk and Cream ICE CREAM Bell Phone 710-X Home Phone 403 You'll Find »v Capital $100,000 Surplus $50,000 Geo. P. Sohngen ."President Clarence Murphy, Vice-Pres. W. J. Becker, Cashier DIRECTORS Gee. P. Sehngea, C. E. Heiser, Clarence Murphy, John L. ROM, Geo. A. Rentschler, Chas. Sohngen, C. Diefenbach, Jr. Ed. C. Sohngen The Best Glass of Beer to be had is -T E CELEBRATED LAGELR BEER ITS Ribar's Pharmacy If You Want The Best LOUIS A. RIBAR N. W. Corner Central Avenue and Hanover Street Home Phone 298 Hamilton, Ohio MEATS FRUITS WHEN YOU WANT FIRST- CLASS GROCERIES of every description—the kind that pleases, both in quelity and price SEE Canning S Gray No. 21 S. Third St Both Phones VEGETABLES FANCY CANNED GOODS Start an Account Established 1865 The C. Hossfeld & Son Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in Domestic and Imported Wines, Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Cordials, Etc. Both Phones Family Trade Solicited Hossfeld Bldg' SATISFACTION, COMFORT, WEAR in your Suit or Overcoat if made by K A F» E L, Underwear 25c Up Ties—25c Up. Shirts—50c Up. Gloves 10c Up Try 2 pairs of Fleece-lined Half-hose at 25c Geo. Kappel, 117 Court St. |N«x! tm Tra«ti*n Offlc* »jSu^*t^H^*eS^S^» A»*J V The Hamilton Dime Savings Bank Co. .Gullcn^VaU^hn Phone 47 OP Pipe, Wire Fence, Clay Tile, Etc. The Anderson-Shaffer Co. E Citizens Savings Bank & Trust Co. REN'TSCllJ KV iJLILDING fesp- Solicits your bank account. Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates of Deposit. Collections promptly attended to H. A. Rentschler, Pres. Allen Andrews, Vice-Pres. Win. L. Huber, Sec'y. Charles I. Anderson, Cashier SUPERIOR Dry Cleaning Co. HOWELL & GILMORE For First Class Work Gents' Suits and Overcoats $1.00 Ladies' Skirts 50c Both Phones. Goods CciiiCvl for and delivered 16 North Third Street 4 We Guarantee our Work, our Work Protects our Guarantee Our Motto: Wente Electric Co. Manufacturers of Armatures Transformers Field Coils Commutators Motors WIRING Office and Factory, 223 N. Fourth Street Telephones H.me 1635-F B«B 707-R HAMILTON, OHIO £tjf West iyiitr Imlftmg attfc IGoatt Asaoriatum Main and Sts. Hamilton, Ohio THE COFFEE MAN. Wholesale and Retail. Grocery arid Bakery. Our prices the lowest. We also give Beautiful Premiums. Three Stores: 27 High St. Seventh and Ludlow Chestnut Sts, Both Phones STYLE, HAVK A FULL IJNE OF Sts. Front and -V4M} 9J •»,»»»»»•»*- «-*W| Building Supplies Phone or call 179, both phones. Low prices on Cement, Lime, Lath, Lumber and all kinds of mill work. Night Phone 1363-B Day Phones 1T9 Home and Bell Union Furniture, Union Stoves, Everything Union, at CONROTSSTORE South Second Street, Eagles' Temple Credit Extended Walter Blackburn, Mgr. 160 for Coal, Lumber or Cement, Sewer 7^'i c, CO-OPERATIVE TRADES AND LA BOR COUNCIL OF HAMILTON OHIO—Meets alternate Tuesdays at Trades Council Hail, southeast corner Second and Court streets George Wiseman, Pres. Henry Brinker, recording secretary Geo Hill, corresponding secretary, No. ti N. Third St. AFFILIATED UNIONS—Time and place oi meeting, and name and ad dress ot secretaries. AMERICAN 1'bDJbRATiON OF MU SIC! ArsS, No. ol—Meets first Sun day morning oi each month, at 5 High St. J. Ed. Lehmkuhl, sec. (jtio Franklin St. BAJ&.&RS UINION, No. 81—Meets every 1st and 3rd Saturdays, Trades Council Hail. Chris Michel Sec y., 4uy iiiaton Ave. bARiii^RS, INO. 162—Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays oi each month, at s. e. corner becond and Court streets Ernst Legg, bee y., ZZ1 S. 7 th .St. tsrih, Whiw, iNo. 03—Meets ^nd and 4th Fridays oi each month at s. e. corner becond and Court streets. Chris, bchwenn, bee., 24 S. Monu ment Ave. BROlHLRIiOOD OF STATIONARY FIREMEN—ys, meets the second Thursday and l'ourth Thursday oi each month, at Brotherhood hall, 2U8 High bt. W. S. Brown, Sec'y., 1144 McGlinn St. BARTENDERS' UNION No. 169— Meets every 1st and -*rd Sunday afternoons in Trades Council Hall Chas. Werbel, cor. and rec. sec., 202 N. lhird St. BLACixb Ml 1HS' AND HELPERS' UNlOis, No. 29—Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays in Trades Council Hall. H. Wyatt, Cor. Sec., R. R. No. 1, Ham ilton, O. CARPENTERS AND JOINERS— Meets every Thursday at s. e. cor, becond ana Court streets. S. B. Corson, Lor. bee., 107 Urosey Ave ClUAR MA&ERb, No. 123—Meets 2nd Monday oi each month, at s. e. corner becond and Court streets. Henry brinker, bee., 2U7 Washing ton bt. HoRbE-SHOERS, No. 7o—Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at 33b High street. Harry Remie, sec., 524 bouth Second street. IRON MOULDERS, No. 68—Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays oi each month at s. e. corner Second and Court streets. Harry Hansel, sec., 627 Hanover street. IRON MOULDER.S, No. 283 (Stove) —Meets alternate Wednesdays at s. e. corner Second and Court Sts. Tom Beals, sec., 713 East Ave. INTERNATIONAL UNION STEAM ENGINEERS, No. 91—Meets every 1st and 3rd Monday oi each month at Trades Council hall. Sam D. Nelson, 431 N. 3rd St. THEATRICAL STAGE EMPLOYES —International Alliance of The atrical Stage Employes, meets at Trades Council hall, 1st and 3rd Sundays, at 9 a. m. Henry Hum bach, Jr., East High St., recording and financial secretary. LOCAL NO. 256, I. H. C. B. AND COM. LABORERS' UNION-Meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday at Symms Hall, High and Monument Ave. Chas. P. Cook, Sec'y., 258 Washington St. METAL TRADES CO UNCIL—Meets 2nd and 4th Fridays in Trades Council hall. Ralph Lenehan, 1122 McGlynn St. MACHINISTS, No. 241—Meets alter nate Tuesdays, at s. e. corner Sec ond and Court Sts. Alex. Miller, cor. sec., No. 314 N. 5th St. PLUMBERS UNION, No. 108—Meets 1st and 3rd Monday in Sailer's Hall, 3rd and Maple Ave. John F. Durwin, Secy., 102U Hanover St. PATTERN MAKERS—Albert Gres sle, Secretary, No. 217 Buckeye street Meets 1st and 3rd Wednes days of each month in Trades Coun cil hall, 2nd and Court streets, sec ond floor. PRINTING PRESSMEN'S UNION- Meets first Wednesday in each Geo. X. Mayer, Secretary-Treas. Geo. P. Sohngen, President Edw. C. Sohngen, Sec. and Treas. The Edw. Sohngen Malt Co. MA N II- ACLUKFIKS OF A Office and Malt House Corner Fourth and High Streets. Phone 124 Hamilton, Ohio The A. Wirtz Transfer Company AUTO TRUCKS For Moving a Specialty STORAGE. IN CONNECTION BOTH PBONE6 4* /MTRONIZE HAMJLTON-INDUSTRIES LEADING HAMILTON CONCERNS WHO SOLICIT THE CO-OPERATION OF ORGANIZED LABOR AND THEIR FRIENDS- BBiBHJWinwdiiitHaiiMiHmHJiiwiiiimiiujwuiiiuiiiiiJiHHUiiffiumiiiiittiiwiiiHtiiitiiiiiitmuiiiittmiHitHiiiiiiuiiHiiituiiiiiinHituiiiiHHiiHinimiiiiHUfMHUiifiiiiimiiitruiiiiitmminHttHJtim tHiiiiiiitiiujiHiiiniiiiiiiKiJiiiiittiiiHiiHiiiiniimrmmniiwwBHwminnmiHntHHHiJHdiiHiimitniiHHii ili»[lMinMilllllllll!lilinull[»llilllllMHlHinnii !llllitllillllllliiHl!ili tllilllt»H iitltlllHltllll«ll)IHll)IHWWniHHIiWllllllltlBI»llHniltlHIIIWaWllllllllllttlWlllMHMIHIlll?HlliaiBlllinitlllBltlllllllimHIIII»llllllllWinilHlllW»IHMIIfltHIWnmfl»»l mmm uu Tfr^rai w GREATER HAMILTON'S Greatest Department Store THE MATHES' tSOHNGENj -SN'/£ -SP I, WAYS WOK FOR THIS SIGN WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OP Dry Goods, Millinery, Cloaks, Suits and Carpets IN BUTLER COUNTY I PAINTERS AND DECORATORS Meets every Thursday night at Trades Council hall. Wm. Finfrock, sec., 308 S. 2nd St. PAPER MAKERS' UNION-Meets 2nd and 4th Sunday afternoons in Trades Council Hall. David C. Scott, Secy., 120 N. Street. RETAIL CLERKS, No. 119—Meets every 2nd Wednesday of each month, at corner 3rd and Court streets. Robert Fallert, sec., 521 Prytania Ave. STOVE MOUNTERS, No. 8—Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month, at Trades Council hall. Wm. Man ifold, Jr., rec. sec., 624 South 11th TYPOGRAPHICAL, No. 290—Meets 2nd Wednesday of each month at Trades Council hall. Al. Schirmer, Secretary-treasurer, 802 Cleveland Ave. TEAMSTERS' UNION, NO. 176— Meets every Monday night, cor. 3rd and Maple Ave. Ed. J. Seeley, Sec'y., 139 So. street. INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD ELECTRICAL WORKERS, Local No. 648—Meets alternate Tuesdays at Trades Council hall. Frank Venable, Sec., 923 N. 3rd St. POLISHERS' UNION—Meets alter nate Wednesdays at Trades Coun cil hall. Ernest Snow, sec., 1161 Ludlow street. FARMERS' UNION-Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in Township Hall. J. C. Boyle, Sec. retary-Treasurer, Hanover Town ship, Ohio. SWITCHMEN'S UNION, No. 130— Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays in the Trades Council hall. Chas. J. Welsh, secretary, No. 524 South 4th street. Secretaries will please notify us as to necessary corrections. MIDDLETOWN TRADES AND LA BOR COUNCIL—Meets first and third Thursdays of each month in Trades Council hall. T. A. Scully, sec., 442 E. Second St. AMALGAMATED IRON, STEEL AND TIN WORKERS—Meets first and third Saturday afternoons, in K. of P. hall. Win. E. Nixon, sec., 439 Woodlawn Ave. CARPENTERS' UNION—Meets ev ery Friday evening at Trades Coun cil hall. Roy Morgan, sec., Elwood and Henry streets. HODCARR1ERS' UNION—Meets the first Monday of each month in Trades Council hall. Jno. Perkins, sec., 1125 Yankee Road. MUSICIANS' UNION-Meets the first Sunday morning of each month in Trades Council hall. C. B. Hoover, sec., Park St. METAL POLISHERS' UNION Meets the second and fourth Thurs day evening in Trades Council hall. Carrol Cordner, sec., 807 Garfield Ave. PLASTERERS' UNION-Meets the second and fourth Wednesday even ings in Trades Council hall. T. A. Scully, sec., 442 E. Second St. PLUMBERS' UNION-Meets the second and fourth Tuesday even ing in Trades Council hall. Or ville Corson, sec., Monroe Ave. BARBERS' UNION—Meets the first and third Monday evenings in Brenner and Kramer's Barber shop. M. Sennett, sec., 208 E. Third. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. 487 —Meets the first Tuesday of each month in Trades Council hall. S. A. Campbell, sec., 426 Park St STAGE EMPLOYES AND OPER ATORS UNION—Meets the second and fourth Sunday mornings of each month in Trades Council hall Gus Miles, sec., Sebald Flats. BAKERS' UNION—Meets first and third Thursday evenings in Trades Council hall. Ralph Funk, sec., Suifsted's Bakery. CLERKS' UNION-Meets fourth Sunday morning each month in Trades Council hall. R. L. Bailey, sec., The Ohio Grocery Co. BRICKLAYERS' UNION-Meets the first and third Monday evenings in Red Men's hall. T. Wilson, sec., Yankee RMUL %rir«& Wi* sum* Krone's Pharrnacy Everything: Pertaining to a First-class DRUG STORE High Quality of Goods at Lowest Prices. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Sewer Tapping Gas Fixtures LOUIS B. SCHAUB Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter All Work Promptly Attended to. Home Phone 7S3-M Bell Phone 188-X Residence Phone Bell 1272-R Gas Mantles and Inverted Lights. Indian Motocycles ippp^i^p nn' DEPOSIT Charles E. Heiser, President John E. Heiser, Cashier For Over 40 Years The Boston Bakery Has been supplying your wants with the best of Bread, Cakes, Etc. Also the Home of Velvet Ice Cream John Bader, Cor. Third and Court Everything Union Billiards and Pool Home Phone 733 Phil Morgenthaler, Jr. A E Fine Line of Bottled Goods, also Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the bar always in stock. Nothing but Union Goods sold Cor. East Ave. and Wahrat Sts. S. D. Fitton, President E. G. Ruder. Cashier Don W. Fitton Ass't Cashier C. E. Mason, Vice Pres. The Payne & Eikenberry Co. Wholesale and Retail Dea'ers in FEED Distributors of Pillsbury Flour Try us on your next Order. Do Business Where Business is Done Bell Phone 1213-R Home 1377 A. IN Cor. 2nd and Walnut '?£$•* The First National Bank Savings Department^ Miami Valley Nat ion* I Rank Rottll 3 per cent paid on Savings Accounts H. PATER & SON Highest Prices Paid forjjHides and Tallow ALSO DKAIJIMS IJN COAL, FEED, CEMENT, SALT** The lowest market prices quoted at all times. Your patron age kindly solicited.# Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Telephone us your next order and be satisfied. Home Phone 1219 Bell Phone 159. Entire new plant at corner East Ave. and Boulevard. YOUR SAVIINCiS WITH TUB Second National Bank Interest Paid on Savings Accounts The First National Bank OF HAMILTON, OHIO Capital $250,000 Surplus $250,000 LOIN YOUk NEXT ORDER TRY IlilH s»T. PENN. R. R. W. h. STEPHENS, Mgr. HAMILTON, OHIO ALWAYS tismtttoa, Ohio George P. Sohngen, Vice-Pres. C. L. Gebhart, Ass't Cashier Established 1876 The J. Pahs! Sons Co. CSH80MSTE0 AND NATURAL arrtlfiu WATERS Cider and Best Brands Vinegar 911 Central Ave. Hamilton, Ohio Duersch Coal Co 1RAI.ERS IN COAL, COKE AND FEED SEWER PIPE AND CHIMNEY TOPS CEMENT Bell Phone 5K6-R, Home Phone 138 Main & Sts. Home Phone 1027-B, Bell Phone 1-R Maple Ave. P. Benninghofen, Vice-President J. M. Beeler, Ass't Cashier K. B. Hughes, Ass't Cashier S E E Roesel Brothers Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FINE ICE, CREAM and Fruit Ices, Block Ice Cream and Individual Molds in all De signs and Colors a specialty. Also Fancy Box Candies, Cigars, Etc. BOTH PHONES 86 Roesel Bros. 536 He&ton St. and Coal HAVL INO omi w The Sohwenn Coal Co. The peoples Deposit Improvement ajd 19030 Go. Room 205 Rentschler Building Hamilton, Ohio Dividends declared in February and August each year E. B. Rogers, Pres. James Fitton, Sec'y. A GOOD AT TUB SHOW j* Grand Theatre High Class Vaudeville Acts Change of Show Every Sunday and Thursday Admission 10,15 and 20c Box Soats 29« JOHN McCarthy Manager i:- -.v. W*A:."iM-*i?kY -r "1 •••.'• rT'i, ^'^v^r' ,9 s «i't 3 fV. 3- -r 'f.' 'XI-ir mM "tvr i'-1 •£, :%r -I'M $ \n 4 I •ft! V? -*v 5 v.