The Hamilton Dime Savings Bank Co.
Capital $100,000 Surplus $50,000
Geo^ P. Sohngen, President Clarence Murpny, Vice-Pres.
W. J. Becker, Cashier
The Best Glass
I E O S
Geo. P. Sohngen. C. E. Heiser, Clarence Murphy,
John L. Ross, Geo. A. Rentschler, Chas. Sohngen
C. Diefenbach, Jr. Ed. C. Sohngen.
Hauling of all Kinds Safes
and Heavy Machinery
START AN ACCOUNT
The Home Loan
& Building Assoc'n
C. PARK1SH, Sec y
When you want to
All work given
Beer to be had is
Martin Mason Brewing Co.'s
The J. Pabst Sons Co
828 Maple Avenue
Both Phones No. $
John H. Rogers
Managers W. A. Brehm
Charles M. Martin
Bell Phone 664-X
Bell Phone 1428-X
Home Phone 1898-M
GEORGE V. SCHWARTZ
Cor. Heaton and Miami Sts.
and Material in your Suit or
BIE.KER, & SON
Duersch Coal Co.
Phone 47 or 160
COAL, LUMBER OR
CEMENT, SEWER PIPE,
WIRE FENCE, CLAY
Bank & Trust Co.
Solicits your bank account Interest
paid on Savings Account and "Eijtie
Certificates of Deposit ^olj$£ lions
promptly attended to
H. A Rentschler,
A11^9, Andrews, Vice Prr-ju
W*" L, Huber, Sec'y.
Charles 1. Anderson, Cashier
Sells UNION SHOES at
Shoes for the whole family
118 High Street opp. Co«r-Mouse
UNION STORE CARD
W sure of fit, style
TAi^t)K.vJi 16 S. Second St.
Bell Phone 685R Hamilton Ohio
Phones Bell 578-X Home 529-A DELIVERY SERVICE
The Churngold Store
RICHARD F. GRAF, Prop.
Butterine, Eggs, Cheese Coffee, Tea, Spices, Etc.
17 Journal Square, Formerly Riley St., Hamilton, Ohio
& Son Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Domestic and Imported Wines, Whiskies,
Brandies, Gins, Cordials, Etc.
Both Phones Family Trade Solicited Hossfeld Big
WHEN YOU WANT SATISFACTION
NEW TIN SHOP
ROOFING, GUTTERING, SLATING AND
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
piotiip- attention and guarantee of
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
L. W. CHILDERS & CO., 127 N. 3rd St.
•One block and a half from High St, Bell 1718-L
Greatest Department Store
ALWAYS I.OOK KOR THIS SION
WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Millinery, Cloaks, Suits and Carpets
IN BUTLER COUNTY
Co-Operative Trades and Labor Council,
Musicians, No. 31
Baker's No. 81
Barbers, No. 132
Brewers, No. 83
Stationary Firemeo, 98
Blacksmiths and Helpers, 2&
Cigar Makers. 123
Iron Molders, 68
iron Molders, 283
Stettin Engineers, 91 ...
Theatrical Stage Employes
Common Laborers, 256
Metal Trades Council
Painters and Decorators
Kctail Clerks, 119
Stove Mounters, 8
Electrical Workers, fi'.y
l.:iiit*.HJi and Labor Council Meet
Builjijag Trades Council
Caygwftters No. 8 i:
Carpenters No. 346 (German)
Dayton Job Pressman Assistants No. 12 ...
Electrical Workers, No. 118
Elect rotyiters and Sterotyp^ra, No. 15
Hod Carriejs T.
Machinists No. 608
C'^jjjenters 104 ".
Pvunibers, No. 162
Moving Picture Operators
Iron Molders, No. 18A
Iron Molders, No
Lath Union, 1^
Electrical Warkers, No.
4etal Polishers, No. 5
Cigar Makers, No. 35
Bakers. No. EJ ...
Clefts, No. liiS
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT
The Voss Stores
Always the Highest Grade at Lowest Prices
Location of Voss Stores: 22^. Court St., 104 Main St., Second and
Central Ave,, Hanover and Frankfort Sts.
CEMENT, SEWER PIPE. TRY EBONY OR LILLY
WHITE ASH COAL ON YOUR NEXT ORDER.
COKE, FEED. BOTH PHONES
Geo. P. Sohngen, Pres. Ivlw.
LEADING HAMILTON CONCERNS WHO SOLICIT THE CO-OPERATION OF ORGANIZED LABOR AND THEIR FRIENDS
CARBONATED AND NATURAL SPRING WATERS
Ginger Ale and Sher-A-Coco Cider and Best Brands of
Vinegar. 911 Central Ave. Hamilton, Ohio
ROSTER OP ORGANIZATIONS
The Edw. Sohngen Malt Co.
MANCFAC I"! KilkS OF
Office and Mall House Corner Fourth and High Streets
Phone 124 Hamilton, Ohio
The W. Faucett
Transfer & Storage Co.
FREIGHT RATES QUOTED TO
Auto Truck Service
HAMILTON LIBOR UNIONS
Bru'^ery TriVer* and Stablemen. 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 5th and Plum St Casper Bcisel, 15 Bonner St., Sec.
Bitwer Engineers j£et 1st Tuesday of each month. Cor 5th & Plum..J, A. Hultgren, 625 River St., See.
Hamilton..Alternate Tuesdays, Trades Council Hall, s. c. George Wiseman, PreB. Henry Brinker,
cor. 2nd and Court rec. secy. John Cahalane, cor. secy.
First Sunday Morning, 5 Hitch St J. Ed. Lehmkuhl, 665 Franklin St.
1st and 3rd Saturday, T. C. Hall Ed. Born. 607 E. Front^
2nd and 4th Mondays. T. C. Hall ... Ernst Legg, 227 South 7th
2nd and 1th Fridays, T. C. Hall "hris Schwenn. 24 S. Monument Ave.
2nd and 4th Thursdays, 208 High St Otto Pigman, 22 Stephen St.
1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon, T. C. Hall.............. Arthur Burns, 334 S. 6th.
... 1st and 3rd Fridays, T. C. Hall H. Wyats, K. R. No. 1.
Every Thursday. T. C. Hall S. B. Corson, 107 Brosey Ave.
2nd Monday. T. C. Hall H. Brinker, 267 Washington St.
1st and 3rd Monday, 338 High St. ... Harry Renile, 524 S. Second
1st and 3rd Monday, T. C. Hall Harry Hansel. 627 Hanover St.
Alternate Wednesdays, T. C. Hall Wm. Manifold, 643 S. 11th.
1st and 3rd Mondays, T. C. Hall E. V. Elliott. 241 Court St.
1st and 3rd Sunday. T. C. Hall Henry Humbach, Jr., East High Street.
....2nd and 4th Thursdays. Symms Hall Chas. P. Cook, 258 Washington St.
2nd and 1th Fridays, T. C. Hall Ralph Lenehan, 1122 McGlynn St.
Alternate Tufstlays, T. C. Hall Alex. Miller. 314 N. 5th St.
....1st and 3rd Monday, Saucrs Hail John Durwin, 1026 Hanover St.
1st and 3rd Wednesdays, T. C. Hall Albert (iressle, 217 Buckeye St.
Monday nights, Sauers Hall ., John Buhi, 1207 Maple Ave.
... Alternate Tuesdays, T. C. Hall Bernard Cawein, 718 East Ave.
Alternate Wednesdays, T. C. Hall Ernst Snow, 1161 Ludlow St.
1st and 3rd Tuesdays, Township I$all_ J. C'. Boyle, Hanover Township, Ohio.
_'nd and 4th Thursdays, T. C. Ilall ._ Wm. J. Welsh, 619 Central Ave.
SKIDDLETOWN LABOR UNIONS
'HiUdletowtt Trades and Later Council First and Third ThyMdays, T. C. Hall Otto Kaiser. Tytus Ave.
iron. Steel and Tin Workers 1st and 3rd Sat vwdays, K. of P. Hall Wm. E. Nixon, 439 Woodlawn Ave.
Secretaries will ilea,e ueport «tt changes In their address.
and 4th Wednesday?,
Garrr,eui. %a(rjt*ys Meet 1st Wed. i month, 134 & Jeiferson Emma Reiber, 224 W- 6th St., Sec.
W^ctM'aisjt. 226 Meet 38 E. IW.SJ. Geo. I). Richardvoa. »8 E. 8rd St., Secy.
Bresvevy Workers, 5U*. 50 Meet 2nd. each nipnth & £41 & Jefferson St Chas. Grueh^r, 3-49 River St.. Secy.
Bartenders (^wSU«, No. 222 Meet Ui2 liu 5th St-.
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CULLEN & VAUGHN
HAVE A rtru. LINK OP
Phone or call 179, both phones. Low prices on Cement,
Lime, Lath, Lumber and all kinds of mill work.
Night Ph«ne 1353-B Day Phones 179 Home and Bell
E U N I O N S O E
I IOT SK FURNISHINGS
Union Clerks. Charge Accounts Solicited
Eagle Temple, South Second St.
mery Thursday ev.mng, Plumbers Hall ..Daniel Sullivan, 17 East Pond St., Sec.
every Monday eve 302 E. 5th St. Nat, Bayliss, 332 Johnston St., Sec.
Meets every Wednesday night at Plumbers Hall
Meet every Friday at U20ll W. 3rd Street
Meet 3rd Tuesday. McLain St.
Meet every Thursday at 302 E. 5th St.
Meet 2nd Wed. of each month. Plumbers .Edwin Jones, Sec.
Meet every Tuesday at 25 N. Main St.
Mjeet 1st Tuesday of each month, 38 £, 3rd' St.„. Louis Mitchell, 15 Lafayette St., Sec.
301 Dunbar Ave W. S. Vance, 123 Mathews Lane, Sec..
-23 Horton St jr. J. O. Neal. 233 Warren St.. Secy
409 Arcade Bldg James Duncan, 409 Arcade Bleu?.,. Sfecy*.
..B. P. Mitchell, 3rd and Finley St., Secy.
Meet every Tuesday e% N Main St.,..™ C. E Leaply, 901 Troy and Ray C. Vore,
40 Hershey St.. Se«^
Engineers Highland' flats w_.W. S. *egg. 41 Great Miami BouL. Mn.
.55 Eagle St.
-IV^cet each Monday eve.. Main
Meet 2nd and 4th Wednesday at Lafayetfcw Hall
Meet 1st and 3rd Monday eve., at 5th & Ptum L. Phillips, 29 Britt. ^ve., Secy..
Meet Plumbers H**^ Qra Kress, Secy.
Meets 2nd and 4,tn Monday at 302 EL 5th
Sheet Met*I Workers Meet 302 E. 5th St J. R. Bickman, 249 W. 5th St., Secy.
Teamsters, No. 62 -.Meet 1st Sunday at Lafayette Hall Geo. R. Richardson, 310 Wayne Ave., Secy.
Barbers, No. 22 Meet 2nd & 4th Monday at 26 N. Main St A. C. Ehrstine, 436 N. Main St., Secy.
Painters, No. 249 Meet 1st & 3rd Friday at Lafayette HatU H. W. Buzzard, 437 Kiefaber St., Secy.
-.Meet 1st Sunday at Hoilencamps Hall Frank Fergus, 142 S. Hawthorne St., Secy
Musicians, No. 636 (Colored) Meet 1st Sunday at Ellis Hall H. C. Shadden, 60 Homestead Ave Secy
OlTT Mf rtf trfc*
V-r 1*1 iTA \J IIU.
Dr. C. G. Snider, Dentist
IN THE THIRD
G. X. Mayer. 326 Market St.
Every Thursday, T. C. Hall Wm. Finfrock, 308 S. Second St.
,2BC! and 4th Sundays, T. C. Hall David C- Scott, 120 N. St.
2nd Wednesday. Cycle Club Hall Robert Fallert, 621 l'rytania Av*.
1st and 3rd Fridays, T. C. Hall Wm. Manifold, Jr., 624 S. 11th St.
2nd Wednesday. T. C. Hall Albert Schiermer, 892 Cleveland Ave.
Friday even gs, T. C. Hall Roy Morgan, El wood and Henry Streets,
1st Mon^', T. C. Hall John Perkins. 1125 Yankee Road.
1st Kyj*day morning, T. C. Hall C. B. Hoover, Park St.
|*plitthers ...... 2iut and 1th Thursdays, T. Q. Hall Carrol Cordner, 807 Garfield Ave.
I'iumbers ...., ......2nd and 4th Tuesdays, T, C. Hall Geo. Buck. 909 Baltimore St.
1st and 3rd Monday*. B. & K. Barber Shop M. Stnnett. 208 E. Third Street.
Typographical. 487 1st Tuesday, T, C. Hall S. A, Campbell, 426 Park St.
Stage t:nd Operators 2nd and 4th Mondays, T. C, Hall ....„ Otto Kaiser, Tytus Ave.
1st and 3rd Mondays, Reel Jllen's Hall T. Wilson, Yankee Road.
1st and 4th Sunday aflv.^fkooriK Lee Binkley, 908 Williams Ave.
Pa^ Makers 2nd and 4th Sundays Frank J. Boyle. Ill Third Street,
DAYTON LABOR UNIONS
Hall T. A. Scully. 442 E. 2nd St.
J. F. Eick*tn, 7 Market St., Secy.
...R. Maars. 27 N. Jefferson St., Secy.
& Washington, St.... G*o. Lorah, 827 Loraine Ave., Secy.
C. Morganthaler, Ideal Theatre, Secy.
Meet 1st and :,.r*4 Wed. at 38 E, 3rd St D. L. Logan, 20T W Monument Ave.. See.
Meet 1st -Sunday at 302 E. 5th St Geo. Kern, P. O. Box 78
Meet Monday, 5th and Plum St.
Me^\ fot & 3rd Monday at 5th & Commercial
.Kieet 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 302 E. 5th St
Meet'2nd Thursday at Lafayette Hall Frank C. Seller, 118 Campbell
Meqts at 25 N. Main every Tuesday S. I). Young. 51 Potomac S*.. See.
Meet 1st and 3rd Friday at 5th & Plum St Benjamin Closterman, 122 S. Nevin, Secy.
Meet Wednesday of each month, Plum & 5th St Wm. Schneiberger, 5th. and Plum, Secy.
Meet 1st & 3rd Saturdays at 6th St Commercial Geo. L. Wallace, 151 Samuel St., Secy.
Meet 3rd Tuesday of each month. Plumbers HaIl....A. W. Kramer, 456 Wyoming St., Secy.
The Hamilton Milk Co.
MILK AND CREAM
ICE CREAM Bell Phone 710-X, Home Phone •403
E. H. Clevenger, 12 Edgar Ave., Secy.
Paul Laub, Jr., 120 Rockwood Ave., Secy.
The Boston Bakejry
Guarantee our Work, our
WENTE ELECTRIC CO.
Armatures, Transformers, Field Coils,
Office and Factory. 228 N. Fourth Street
Telephones, Home 1836-F Bell 707-R Hamilton, OEno
Sewer Tapping Gas and Steam Fitting
WE DO FIRST-CLASS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Seevers & Ballett
The Payne &
Whole Male and Retail Dealmrt in
Try tut on your next order. Do business
where business is done.
Belt Phone 1213 -R Home 1387
:wM-*r*mv*w^\ .?|"l ^r»-t
The National Market Co,
The popular headquarters for
MEATS and PROVISIONS
Clean and Sanitary. Your dollar does double duty here
NATIONAL MARKET CO., 218 High
LOU SOLOMON, Manager
WHOSE COAL AND FEED SHALL I BUY
Which Gives the Best Satisfaction?
H. PATER & SON
Corner East Avenue and Boulevard
Bell Phone 159 Home Phone 1219
Deposit Your Savings with the
Second Nationa 1 Bank
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
Charles E Heiser,. President George P. 5 Sohngen, Vice-Pres.
O. V. Pari^sll» Vice President
John E. Heiser, Cashier C. JU Gebh art, Ass't Cashier
$. D. Fitton, President P. ISenninghofen, Vice-Pres.
B. G. Ruder, Cashier Don W. Fittoti, Ass't Cash. J. Iff. Beeler, As»'t Cashier
C. E. Mason, Vice Pres. E. B. Hughes, Ass't Cashier
Che Tirst national Bank
OF HAMI LTON, OHIO
Capital $250,000 Surplus $250,000
The Hamilton Lun tber C°
940 CENTRAL AVE.
Wholesale am Retail Dealer* in
Fine Ice Cream
Lumber, Mill W ork,
and Fruit Ices, Block Ice Cream
and Individual Molds, in all De
signs and Colours a specialty. Also
Fancy Box andies, Cigars, Etc.
BOTH: PHONES 86
AUTO SERVICE, ETC.
E. B. Rogers, Pres
Home Phone 1509-M j! Attend.^ .^
Roesel Bros- 536 Ueatoo St
The West Xide
Building and Loan
Main and Sts., Hamilton
For over 40 years lias been supplying your wants with
the best of Bread, akes, Etc.
vet Ice Cream. JOfiN BADER, cor. 3rd irnd Court Sts., Everything Unoi
The Peoples Deposit
Improvement & Loan Co.
Room 205 F.entschler, Harr lilton,
MSO the Home of Vel
Dividend 's declared in February
and A agust of each i year.
James Fitton, Sec'y
180 11.tin St., Hamilto a, Ohio
Home Phone 120 7-X
116 High Street
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