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P. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiii'iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitijiiiwitiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitM The Hamilton Dime Savings Bank Co. Capital $100,000 Surplus $50,000 Geo. P. Sohngen, President Clarence Marphy, Vice-Presiden1 W. J. Becker, Cashier I E O S Sohngen C. E. Heiser Clarence Murphy Geo. A. Rentsehler Clias. Sohngen C. Diefenbach, Jr. Ed. C. Sohngen The Best Glass of Beer to be Had is ....T L.... Martin Mason BrewingCo.'s CELEBRATED 4 LAGER BEER^t The J. Pabst Sons Co. ROBERT Bell Phone 513-X CHAS. ko Bros. Locksmiths, Gunsmiths. Machinists Motorcycle and llicycle Re pairing and Supplies a GAS MANTLES AND FIXTURES a Agents fojr Sunbeam Mazda Lamps and Electrical Supplies Hamilton, Ohio ipCOpFEC SHOE liiUiiiLiJ STORE Sells UNION SHOES at CUT PRICES Shoes for the whols family with Bargains Every Day I 1 S High :tre?t, opp. Court Hou«f UNION STORE CARD The Home Loan Building Ass'n J* Loans Money on Homes Borrowers tin pmy back in whole or in part at any time 6 interest Jl Reily Block COAT and PANTS .TO ORDER. $15 See that you Uik JI n I S Is iiil Ui Cor. Heatoo and Miami Sta. Phone 47 or 160 FOR COAL, LUMBER, OR CEMENT, SEWER PIPE WIRE FENCE, CLAY TILE, ETC. The Anderson-Shaffer Company The Citizens' Savings Bank & Trust Co. Rentschler Building & Solicits yourbavk H. A. Rentschler. Pres. C.J. PARRISH. Secretary UP The Custom Tailors Union Label Stands ihe Pest In Tailoring have this Allen Andrews, Vice-Pres. Wm. L. Huber, Secretary Charles Anderson, Cashier Bismol k Cafe Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars Strictly Union Made Goods. 1 Underneath The Union Headquarters Frank Cronin, Mgr. 3-PIECE SUITS 'HSs ^"'4 1883 W ^!ccI UNioj^»H 1 O DK K $17 't UP label. .For a STYLISH SUIT UNION MADE TO ORDER CALL TO SEE U n i Bell PhoneU64-X Bell Phone 1423-X Home Phone 1398-M GEORGE V. SCHWARTZ [OiiUimim The C. Hossfefd & Son Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Domestic and Imported Wines, Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Cordials, Etc. Both Phone® Family Trade Solicited Hossfeld Bldg. 4E2 S. 3rd a.II clothes Made In My OwnUihop HAMILTON, OHIO Duersch Coal Co. Established 1865 NONPAREIL PRINTING CO. GREATER HAMILTON'S Greatest Department Store 1ATH 1HNGEH ALWAYS LOOK FO* THIS SIGN WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF Dry Goods, Millinery, Cloaks, Suits and Carpets IN BUTLER COUNTY Pattern Makers account. Interest paid on Savings Account and Time Certifi cates of Deposit. Collections promptly attended to. "Delishus" Drinks are made in a Sanitary Bottling Plant of purest ingredients and Distilled Wa'tir. Papst's Im perial Ginger Ale has no equal. Best Brands Cider and Vin egar. Both Phones 29. Theatrical Stage Employes let and 3rd Sunday, T. C. Hall ... Common Laborers, 266 2nd and 4th Thursdays, Symms Hall Metal Trades Council 2nd and 4th Fridays, T. C. Hall .... Machinists, 241 Every Wednesday, T. C. Hall... Plumbers, 108 Switchmen, 180 Woman's Union Label League Union Boot and Shoe Repairers, No. 847. City Firemen's Union, No. 16399 Secretaries will please report all changes in their address. United Trades and Labor Council Brewery Drivers and Stablemen Brewery Engineers Bricklayers Building Trades Council Carjietiters No. 839 Carpenters No. 846 (German) Cement Workers Dayton Job Pressman Assistants No. IS _. Electrical Workers, No. 118 ___. Electrotype™ and Sterotypers, No. 15 Hod Carriers _____ Matt,inib!. No. 608 Typographical, No. 176 Horse Shoers Carpenters, No. 104 Garment Workers Machinist, No. 22B Brewery Workers, No. 60 Bartenders League, No. 222 Hoisting Engineers Bill Posters Plumbers, No. 162 Mo\ing Picture Operators Iron Molders, No. 181 Iron Molders No. 46 Lath Union, No. Plasterers Union Pattern Makers Stake Employes Stove Mounters Tailors', No. 302 Tile Layers ... Upholsterers Lithographers Electrical Warkers, No. 118 Metal Polishers, No. 6 _____ Cigar Makers, No. 86 ______ Bakers, No. 61 .,,, Clerks, No. 163 Printing Pressman Sheet Metal Workers Teamsters, No. 62 Photo Engravers Barbers, No. 22 Painters, No. 249 Musicians Musicians, No. 636 (Colored) Woman's Union Label League 194 Jobbing Promptly Attended To Sewer Tapping Gas Fixtures Jl JL J&L A. 'a. ill JL—J Jk JL JL Mk A A Mt M^mm JL A v M. A Ji Jl A Mmm Jk*^ LEADING HAMILTON CONCERNS WHO SOLICIT THE CO-OPERATION OF ORGANIZED LABOR AND THEIR FRIENDS I Li FOSTER OF OFGAN17ATIOINS Patronize Agents For REXALL Remedies HAMILTON UHOK INJONS Co-Operative Trades and Labor Council, Hamilton..Aitrnat• TuesdayB, Trades Council Hall. S. e. cor. 2nd and Court .... Musicians, No. 81 Meets 1st Monday, 236 High St. Baker's No. 81 1st and 3rd Saturday. T. C. Hall Barbers, No. 132 2nd and 4th Mondays, T. C. Hall Brewers, No. 83 ____________________ _2nd and 4th Fridays. T. C. Hall Stationary Firemen. 98 —2nd and 4th Thursdays, 208 High St... Bartenders, 169 Blacksmiths and Helpers, 29 Carpenters, 637 Cigar Makers, 128 Horise-Shoers, 76 Iron Mulders, 68 .... Iron Molders, 283 Steam Engineers, 91 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon, T. C. 1st and 3rd Fridays, T. C. Hall Every Thursday, T. C. Hall -.2nd Monday, T. C. Hall .... 1st and 3rd Monday, 338 High St. 1st and 3rd 'Monday, T. C. Hall __.Alterr.ate Wednesday*, T. C. Hall __ 1st and 3rd Mondays, T. C. Hall lBt lBt Printing Pressmen 2nd Wednesday ___ Painters and D«corators Every Thursday, T. C. Hall _. Paper Makers Retail Clerks, 119 2nd and 4th Mondays, T. C. Hall. Stove Mounters, 8 Tailors', No. 358... Typographical, 290 Teamsters, 175 Electrical Workers, 648 ..2nd and 4th Mondays, T. C. Hall _lst and 3rd Mondays, Red Men's Hall __ _lbt and 4th Sunday afternoons —2nd and 4th Sundays DAYTON LABOR UNIONS -Meet evexy Tuesday eve., 26 N. Main St. Office and Store 147 N. Third St. Home Phone 783-M Bell Phone 183-X Louis B. Schaub -PRACTICAL PLUMBING— STEAM AND GAS FITTING Cement, Sewer Pipe, Try Ebony or Lilly White Ash Coal on your next order. Coke, Feed. Both Phones Geo. P. Sohngen, Pres. Edw. C. Sohngen, Sec. and Treas. The Edw. Sohngen Malt Co. MANUFACTURERS OF MALT Office and Malt House 'Corner Fourth and High Streets Phone 124 Hamilton, Ohio .Meet 1st Wed. of each month, 134 S. Jefferson. .Meet 38 E. 3rd St. ..... THE MiamhWodel Laundry CO. 407-409 Main Street Special Attention Given All Work BE A TRUE. UNION MAN. Patronize those who support you. For in Union there is Strength. Conroy's Store There are Union ClerKs and Home Furnishings. Eagle Temple Credit extended. 318-322 S. 2nd St. Hall.. and 3rd Monday, Sauers Hall and Hrd Fridays, T. C. Hall .1st and 3rd Fridays, T. C. Hall 1st Tuesday -2nd Wednesday, T. C. Hall 1st and 3rd Thursday, T. C. Hall..__ __Alternate Tuesdays, T. C. Hall Alternate Wednesdays, T. C. Hall __ 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, Township Hall... 2nd and 4th Thursdays, T. C. Hall 2nd and 4th Thurs., and 1st Friday__ __8rd Friday at 42 N. 6th St. Middletown Trades and Labor Council First and Third Thursdays, T. G. Hall Iron, Steel and Tin Workers 1st and 3rd Saturdays, K. of P. Hall Car 'enters 4th Friday, T. C. Hall .... Hodcarriets let Monday, T. C. Hall Musicians ... 1st Sunday morning, T. C. Hall Met&i I'oliahera 2nd and 4th Thursdays, T. C. Hall Plasterers and 4th Wednesdays, T. C. Hall ... Plumbers _2nd and 4th Tuesdays, T. C. Hall Barbers 1st and 3rd Mondays, B. & K. Barber Shop.. Tailors', No. 418___ ,,, _4th Tuesday, Trades Council Hall Typographical, 487 xst Tuesday, T. C. Hall Stage and Operators Bricklayers Bartenders Paper Makers 91IDDLETOWN LABOR UNIONS IN THE THIRD DISTRICT John C. Gfroerer, Pres. Henry Brisker, .Wm. Hoppc, 71! ', South Front St, ..J. Edw. Lehmkuhl, 432 East Ave. ..Jacob Kiedel, 435 Owen St. ..Ernst Legg, 227 South 7th ..Albert Brown, 601 South Monument Ave. ..Otto Pigman, 22 Stephen St. ..Arthur Burns, 334 S. 6th. H. Wyats, R. R. No. 1. .S. B. Corson, 107 Brosey Ave. ..H. Brinker, 267 Washington St. ..Harry Remle, 624 S. Second ..Harry Hansel, 627 Hanover St. .Thos. Heals, 713 East Ave. _. ..Bub Singer, 2181 Peck Ave. John E. Janser, 1024 Campbell Ave. Chas. P. Cook, 268 Washington St. Ralph I^-nehan, 1122 McGlynn St. -T. M. Zilliox, 760 Fairview Ave. John Durwin, 1026 Hanover St. .Phil Kendall, 876 N. Second St. -Eldon J. Bruck. 641 S. Front St ..Wm. Finfrock, 808 S. Second St. -Robert Fallert, 621 PrytanU Ave. ..John Baker, 819 East Ave. ..IVm. J. David, 462 S. Third St. ..Oscar F. Bergman, 1026 Campbell Ave. ..John Buhi, 1207 Maple Ave. ..Bernard Cawein, 718 East A vs. ..Ernst Snow, 1161 Ludlow St. ..J. C. Boyle, Hanover Township, Ohio. ...Wm. J. Welsh, 619 Central Ave. ..Mrs. Edith Vaughn, 810 S. Second St. ...Henry Bubenheim. Sec., 42 N. 6th. ... Frank Wolf, Sec'y., Hose Co. No. 4. ....H. R. Voris, 906 Baltimore St. ...Roland E. Layer. 919 Moore St. ...Roy Morgan, El wood and Henry ...D. R. Jackson, 504 Lefferson. ....Homer Newkirk, Clinton Street. ....Ford Guerin, Sec'y., 415 Canal St. ....T. A. Scully, 442 E. 2nd St. .... Geo. Buck, 909 Baltimore St. .... M. Sennett. 208 E. Third Street. .... W. Schwartz, Secy. ....Neil Hcilker, The Brotherhood. ....Otto Kaiser, Tytus Ave. ....T. Wilson, Yankee Road. .... Charles H. Luckey, 308 E. Fourth St. Henry Laurence, P. O. Box 91. Meets every Thursday evening, Plumbers Hall Daniel Sullivan, 17 East Pond St., See. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6th and Plum St. Casper Beisel, 16 Bonner St., See. Meet let Tuesday of each month. Cor 6th & PIum..J. A. Hultgren, 626 River St., Sec. Meet every Monday e\e., 302 E. 6th SL _.Nat Bay list, 882 Johnston St., See. Meets evvry Wednesday night at Plumbers Hall Meet every Friday eve., at 1120Vi W. 8rd Street Meet 3rd Tuesday, 220 McLain St. ,, Meet every Thursday at 302 E. 6th St. Meet 2n? Wed. of each month, Plumbers Hall Edwin Jones, See. Meet every Tuesday at 26 N. Main St. Meet 1st Tuesday of each month, 88 E. 8rd St. Louis Mitchell, 16 Lafayette St., Sec. 801 Dunbar Ave W. S. Vance, 123 Mathews Lane, Sec. .23 HortPt St. -409 Arcade Bldg. Meet 2nd of each month at 217 S. Jefferson St_....Chas. Gruehler, 849 River St., Secy. Meet at X02 E. 6th St. J. F. Eichorn, 7 Market St.. Secy. .Highland fiats __. W. S. Gregg, 41 Great Miami Boul., Secy. ,60 Eagi» St R. E. Maars, 27 N. Jefferson St., Secy. Meet ea*"» Monday eve.. Main & Washington St Geo. Lorah, 827 Loraine Ave., Secy. _._ —C. Morganthaler, Ideal Theatre, Secy. Meet 2nd and 4th Wednesday at Lafayette Hall Meet 1st and 3rd Monday eve., at 6th & Plum L. Phillips, 29 Britt Ave., Secy. __Meet Plumbers Hall Ora Kress, Secy, Meets 2nd and 4th Monday at 802 E. 6th St. Meet 1st and 3rd Wed. at 38 E. 3rd St. ...D. L. Logan, 207 W. Monument Ave.. See. Meet 1st Sunday at 302 E. 5th St Geo. Kern, P. O. Box 78 Meet 2nd Monda, 5th and Plum St. __2nd and 4th Wednesdays, Plumbers' Hall __Emel Weber, 87 Central Bloek. -Meet 1st & 3rd Monday at 6th & Commercial St. —Meet 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 302 E. 6th St. —Meet 2nd Thursday at Lafayette Hall Frank C. Seiler, 118 Campbell St., See. Meets at 26 N. Main every Tuesday J. D. Young, 61 Potomac St., Sec. Meet 1st and 3rd Friday at oth & Plum St. Benjamin Closterman, 122 S. Nevin, Secy. ——Meet Wednesday of each month. Plum & 6th St—Wm. Schneiberger, 6th and Plum, Secy. -Meet 2nd & 4th Monday at 25 N. Main St. -Meet let & 3rd Friday at Lafayette Hall -M^fct 1st Sunday at Hollencamps Hall -Meet 1st Sunday at Ellis Hall -1st and 3rd Tuesd ys, Hollencamp Hall™ J. J. O. N'eal, 233 Warren St., Secy. —.James Duncan, 409 Arcade Bldg., Secy. B. P. Mitchell, 3rd and Finley St., Secy. Meet 1st & 3rd Saturdays at 6th A Commercial....Geo. L. Wallace, 151 Samuel St., Secy. .E. H. Clevenger, 12 Edgar Ave., Secy. Meet 3rd Tuesday of each month, Plumbers Hall....£. W. Kramer, 456 Wyoming St, Secy. Meet 302 E. 5th St. J. R. Bickman, 249 W. Dth St., Secy. Meet 1st Sunday at Lafayette Hall Geo. R. Richardson, 310 Wayne Ave., Secy. C. E Leaply, 901 Troy and Ray C. Vote, 40 Hershey St., Sees. Emma Reiber, 224 W. 6th St., Sec. Geo. D. Richardson, 38 E. 3rd St., Secy. Paul Laub, Jr., 120 Rock wood Ave., Secy. ....A. C. Ehrstine. 436 N. Main St., Secy. H. W. Buzzard. 437 Kiefaber St., Secy. __—Frank Fergus, 142 S. Hawthorne St., Secy. H. C. Shadden, 10 Homestead Ave., Secy. -_—Mrs. E. Stanzel, 620 W. 4th St. PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM ICE CREAM Bel! Phone 710-X Home Phone 403 Dr. flillikin, Dentist John H. Rogers W. A. Brehm S. L. Clark Che Ramitton transfer Co. Hauling of All Kinds Safes and Heavy Machinery a Specialty. Storage. Auto Truck for Picnics, Etc. iii ii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiniiiiiii'iitiiii:i!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiii[iHii[iiMi!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii»iiiiiiii[iii!nnitiiiiiiiiiiiniH!Biaim iiwrniwrniHiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiniffliiiiifliiiffiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiintiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiini'iiii' RADCLIFFE E '*2? The Name of No. 119 S. Second St. S. D. Fitton, President C. E. Mason, Vice Pres. Don. W. Fitton, Ass't Cashier HOME PKONE 1I4S-1V1 328 MAPLE AVE. BOTH PHONES 6 E. B. Rogers. Pres. James Fitton, Sec'y Is well prepared for JOB FEINTING in the highest perfection cf the ait ard 1he kind that always satisfies the general public. Let us convince you by placing your orders with us. Use Our Money 111 DRUQ CO.. Hamilton's Reliable Drug Store COR. HIGH and SECOND STREETS Low Rates. Easy Payments. Personal Property Security Mil TOti R. B. Hughes, Ass't Cashier OF HAftllLiON, OHIO Capital Surplus Lumber Mill Work, Cement, Plaster AUTO SERVICE, ETC. Cftc fidfflilton miiK Co. CASKETS, DRESSES Alt SUITS CO [01 Both Phones 28 208,.5. Third St OUR COAL, Makes warm friends and gives the Best Results H. Pater & Son Cor. East Avenue and Boulevard Bell Phone 159 Home Phone 1219 Delivery WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Deposit Your Savings with the Interest Paid On Savings Accounts Charles E. Heiser, Pres. Geo. P. Sohngen, Vice-Pres. O. V. Parrish, Vice-Pres. John B. Heiser, Cashier C. L. Gebhart, Ass't Cashier rlit3cr Stands before the world in Music, as Shakespeare's name does in Literature. The answer always WURLITZER SPf^ffa PLAYERS AND TALKING MACHINES LATEST RECORDS AND FLAYER ROLLS UMO.N Al)l Cau uovv we secured in xaauiiiton. VVchave set-ured for Hamilton and vicinity The Western Casket Co. line UNION MADE GOODS. Why not use Union Made Goods? Ask to see the LAbEL. Everyone of these Caskets, Dresses or Suits carry the Union. Label. Call in and see them. The Griesrner-Grim Co COCMiW kO.NT AND 1 OW, Ma.ViH ion, OIMO !S»th Phones 62 P. Benninghofen, Vice-Pres. E. G. Ruder Cashier J. M. Beeler. Ass't Cashier $250,000 $250,000 THE Hamilton Lumber Co. 940 Central Avenue Over First National Bank Building The People's Deposit Improvement & Loan Co, Room 205 Rentschler Bldg. Hamilton, Ohio Dividends declared in February Jand August of each year.