J. F. ROGGE
140 East Fifth Street, Dayton
Mr. Rogge operates the “Liberty Corner,” one of the best known cafes in this section of the city and a popular meeting place for the boys of organized labor. He carries a line of high-grade union-made cigars and tobacco and he gives his business his personal and undivided attention. Mr. Rogge has been in business for 23 tears and during this time has made many good friends by his strong stand in behalf of organized labor organizations. We want our friends among the boys to drop in and see him. He will warmly welcome and accord you every courtesy. Home phone, 4270.
JOHN A. HARSHMAN
1225 East Third Street, Dayton
Mr. Harshman has one of the best ordered and conducted cafes in this section of the city and we want to recommend it to our friends among the local labor union organizations. He caters to the best trade in the locality and has always been accounted friendly to the cause of labor unions. He gives his business his personal and undivided attention and for this reason his patrons always are assured of the best possible service at all times. Drop in and see this man the next time you are in his neighborhood. Hot lunch served all day and well prepared too. Home phone, 3008.
333 East Fifth Street, Dayton
Established three years ago, Ike Patterson’s store is one of the best known in this section of the city. He gives employment to three people and deals in second-hand and misfit clothing. He also buys second-hand clothes and cleans, presses, and repairs clothing. Goods called for and delivered. It is something you want in this gentleman’s line we want to recommend Mr. Patterson’s store to you, because we know you will get what you want here at prices that are bound to prove interesting to you. His store has for several years commanded the trade of many citizens. Home phone, 5225.
501 East First Street, Dayton
This café was established two years ago and gives employment to five persons. Meals served at all hours and Mr. Mullin’s noonday lunch is generally recognized as being the finest thing possible. He carries a fine line, too, of union-made cigars and tobacco and we want to urge our friends to drop in and see this gentleman the next time they are in his neighborhood. We know he will receive you cordially. This is a strictly union café and the boys of organized labor know they will be given the finest service here. It is deserving of your patronage at all times. It is a fine meeting place for union men. Home phone, 4551.
D. M. EMERY
709 East Third Street, Dayton
This popular merchant does a large business in the buying and selling of second-hand furniture and house furnishings. A complete line of new furniture is also carried for the convenience of his hundreds of satisfied customers. Prices at this store are always far below the level of the larger downtown stores and find great favor with working men, who are fitting up a home. Mr. Emery has been established at his present location four months. He was formerly a member of the Carpenters’ Union.
446 North Main Street, Dayton
After the death of the late Alfred H. Diers, one of the most popular café proprietors that Dayton ever had, his wife, Maude Diers, has taken control of the place and carrying out the policies of her husband, which won for the establishment such a large and prosperous patronage from all classes of people. Under her management, the café is one of the most attractive and best regulated in the city. None of the advantages in effect under the old management have been done away with however, so that the place still remains a favorite meeting place for the boys. A complete line of union-made cigars, tobaccos, and cigarettes is carried in stock. Service at the café is excellent, courteous and genial attendants always being at hand to look after the wishes of customers. Union men, who have been very generous in giving Mr. Diers their support and cooperation in the past, find that Mrs. Diers is also a good friend of the cause of organized labor.
ROBERT C. PEFFLY
2125 West Third Street, Dayton
Since becoming established three years ago, this popular business man has done a large business in the sale of high-grade confectionery and notions. A first class soda fountain is maintained. Mr. Peffly is a union man and is proprietor of a strictly union man’s store. Give him your patronage whenever possible.
THE KUNTZ-JOHNSON COMPANY
Mead Street, Perry Street, and the Levee
Established in 1883, this concern is able to supply first class lumber and mill work to its hundreds of satisfied customers at the lowest possible prices. R. T. Johnson is president; Harry C. Harman, vice president, John Westfall, secretary-treasurer and Archie E. Johnson, assistant secretary of the firm. All are poplar and widely known business men. The company makes a specialty on the sale of “Compto-Board” and roofing paper. It has always been classed as friendly to the labor cause and is deserving of support of union men. Bell phone, Main 605. Home, 2605.
WALTZ PLUMBING COMPANY
1128 South Wayne Avenue, Dayton
This concern was established 10 years ago and is one of the most reliable and trustworthy in this community. Seven union men are employed in the operation of the business, which insures for the patrons of the company the best possible service at all times. If you have any plumbing work to be done we want to advise our readers and workingmen friends to call up the above mentioned concern and ask for estimates. You will be thoroughly satisfied with your bargain because the work will be properly done. The owner of the business is known to be in full sympathy with the cause of union labor.
MRS. MARY HOGAN
1842 West Third Street, Dayton
Mrs. Hogan operates a first class pool room, cigars, and tobacco, and the business was established four years ago. This is a popular meeting place for the members of organized labor in this district and we want to urge upon our friends to drop in and see this place and engage in a pool game or two here. You will find the service here to be the best possible and Mrs. Hogan makes it a point to see that her customers are given her personal and undivided attention at all times. The business is one of the most popular in this neighborhood and is always busily engaged caring for its customers’ wants.
1208 West Third Street, Dayton
Tony Manus is the proprietor of this establishment, which is a fine place to eat and very popular. Mr. Manus is a friend of the union boys and we want our friends among the working men to bear his restaurant in mind.
ACME SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
501 Ohio Street, Dayton
First class work at reasonable prices is done by George Markus, proprietor of this modern shoe repair shop. Established four years. Give George your business.
THE DAYTON PAINT SUPPLY COMPANY
East Fifth Street, Dayton
This concern was established twenty years ago and is one of the first stores of its kind in Dayton. The operating depot for this concern is located at Marietta, Ohio. Some of the larger local consumers are the Stomps-Burkhardt Company, the Burkhardt Furniture Company, and the Cappel Furniture Company. C. A. Vandon is the local manager and was formerly with the Delscamp-Roemhildt Company and Lowe Bros. This concern is one of the best known in southern Ohio and its trade includes many cities of importance in this section of the state. We recommend it to the trade everywhere. Phones, Bell 308. Home, 2308.
328 East Fifth Street, Dayton
We want to mention this gentleman as a dealer in ladies’ and gents’ furnishings. Misfits and slightly worn men’s clothing bought, sold, and exchanged. Goods called for and delivered. All leading brands of clothing carried here. He is a friend of the boys and deserves your patronage. Home phone, 2104.
718 East Fifth Street, Dayton
An attractive and up-to-date billiard hall is run by this progressive business man at the above address. A full line of union-made cigars, tobaccos, and cigarettes is carried. Mr. Smith shows a withdrawal card from the Pattern Makers’ local and is a friend of the boys.
MADISON MACHINE & REPAIR WORKS
17 North Madison Street, Dayton
Here is a concern established two years ago at the above location, which engages in general engine and machine repair work and makes a specialty of this kind of high-class service. G. W. Humphries and G. W. Borchers are the proprietors and both are well known for their business abilities. Both are old union men, well known and greatly admired by union workmen the city over. They are two of the best known machine men in the city and their shop is equipped in every way for handling an ever-increasing demand for efficient services. We want our friends to recommend this firm to those who want repair work done.
858 South Brown Street, Dayton
Established ten years ago this confectionery is first-class in every respect. You can get the finest line of cigars, tobacco, and candies here, and there are also two first-class pool tables in the rear. J. H. Mitchell and James A. Mitchell form this partnership. The former belongs to Pressmen’s Union No. 154, and works at that trade at the National Cash Register Company printing plant. This store is quite worthy your trade and our many friends among the union men are urgently requested to drop in and patronize Mitchell Brothers’ business. You will also find some of your friends here.
Fred W. Fearing, Proprietor
1058 Linden Avenue, Dayton
This gentleman is the proprietor of the Lorain Pharmacy, Linden and Lorain Avenues, and he has one of the most modern and up-to-date pharmaceutical concerns in this section of the city. The concern was opened a year and a half ago. Mr. Fearing is a graduate of the Ohio Northern University and he owns the only drug store in this district. He has been in the business for himself and associated with others for fifteen years. His store is finely appointed and he carries in stock a full and complete line of drugs, sundries, etc. Mr. Fearing is a popular citizen and deserving your business. Phone, East 2872.
JOHN C EARLY
11 South Linden Avenue, Dayton
Here is a dentist established eighteen years ago and one of the most prominent members of his exalted profession in the city. Doctor Early graduated from the Ohio Dental College, Cincinnati, and has always been located in his business at the above mentioned address. His equipment is in every way modern and he caters to a high class of patronage. Doctor Early is well liked by all his patients and he gives to each and all his careful and undivided attention, thus insuring the most satisfactory of service. We have no hesitancy in urging our union friends to consult Dr. John C. Early.
SCHIML DRY GOODS COMPANY
Linden Avenue and Lorain Street, Dayton
This concern was established one and one-half years ago and deals in ladies’ and men’s furnishings, dry goods, notions, etc. It is the only store of its kind in this entire district and one of the neatest and most complete establishments you will find anywhere. The owners of the store have lived in Dayton all of their lives thus far and are very popular among those who are acquainted with them. Union-made clothing kept in stock at all times. The store is in charge of Miss Schiml, who is most pleasant and courteous to the trade. Drop in and give this concern a liberal share of your business.
210 East Third Street, Dayton
The Cadillac Restaurant, established thirteen years ago, has proved at all times to be friendly to the cause of organized labor and we want to urge our friends among the working men to give the restaurant a liberal share of their patronage. W. C. Defenderfer is the proprietor and he aims to give his business and the convenience and welfare of his customers his full and undivided attention. We commend this restaurant to our friends and those who may be in need of a first-class meal, properly cooked and well served. The Cadillac is known far and wide as a restaurant of rare efficiency.
J. F. WEGRZYN’S
1100 East First Street, Dayton
This café is one of the best known and most popular in this section of the city and the proprietor also has among other equipment a first class pool table. He has been in this business for five years, two years of which time he was at No. 8 Keowee Street. He has been at the above location ten months. One person is given employment here. He is a member of the Montgomery County League and also a member of the Polish Roman Catholic Societies etc. We want to urge our union friends living in this neighborhood to drop in and give this man a share of their business. Home phone, 6758.
THE BUNTELL-ROTH COMPANY
113 East Third Street, Dayton
Here is a concern that has made an unusually fine name for itself in the way of being complete office outfitters. It is one of the best known concerns in Dayton engaged in a similar line of work and we have a great deal of pleasure in recommending the Buntell-Roth Company to our friends as a concern in every way meriting your trade. It is a modern, up-to-date business house, in every way equipped for handling the matter of office furnishings and we want you to give it a liberal share of your trade. All sales are guaranteed to be satisfactory to you. Phones, Bell, Main 149. Home, 5149.
1938 East Third Street, Dayton
The pharmacy owned and operated by this concern is one of the best known in this section of the city. E. L. and H. F. Pence are two of the best known young drugmen in Dayton, both graduates in pharmacy. They carry in stock at all times a full and complete line of drugs, sundries, sodas, and Kodak supplies and both are catering to a high class drug trade. They are wide awake young men who deserve all the good things that have been said about them and their store. They cater to the trade of organized labor and are known to be friendly to the union cause. Drop in and give them a share of your business. Bell phone, East 1352. Home phone, 3110.
LARKIN TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY
521-525 East First Street, Dayton
The past record of this well-known transfer and storage concern is sufficient guarantee of service and satisfaction – it has been established for more than 50 years, during which time not a single article has been lost in storage or transit. At the present time, the company is well prepared to look after the best interests of its many hundred patrons with a large number of wagons and 20 expert workmen employed. All kinds of goods are stored, transferred or forwarded from the warehouse of the company on the Big Four Railroad. A feature of Larkin service is its promptness, for which it has become justly noted. The company has long been recognized as one of the leaders in its line in Dayton. Officials of the concern are wide-awake business men, progressive in all their dealings and popular with their employes and associates. They have always been recognized as friendly to the cause of organized labor. Telephone, Main 272; Home, 2272.
DAYTON IRON & METAL COMPANY
815-19 East Monument Avenue, Dayton
This concern is known as the largest dealer in rags and waste paper in Dayton. The company also does a large business in the buying and selling of scrap iron and metals of all kinds. Established in 1904, the company is now doing an exceedingly large volume of business and gives steady employment to 10 skilled workmen. Officials of the company, who are J. Siegle and H. Cohen, are progressive men and have long been known as friendly to the cause of organized labor. Their modern, up-to-date plant occupies a quarter of a city block and is declared the best equipped of its kind in this part of the country. Highest prices are always paid for the products in which the firm deals, satisfaction being guaranteed to all patrons. The concern enjoys a large trade, both retail and wholesale in iron and steel scrap. Experts are employed to carefully sort and grade woolen and cotton rags, paper stock, and paper mill supplies. Telephone, Bell, East 2777.
132 East Third Street, Dayton
In the café business for more than 20 years and established at his present, well situated location for a year and a half, this well-known business man is a friend of all the boys and is doing a correspondingly large and prosperous business. His café is one of the most modern and best regulated in the city. Union men have always been given a most cordial treatment at this café and are glad to give their support and cooperation to Mr. Schinner. A complete line of union-made cigars and tobacco is carried.
THE FIRST SAVINGS & BANKING COMPANY
25-27 South Main Street, Dayton
Located in its new home in the Lindsey Building at the above address, this long established and widely known financial institution is now in a better position than ever to look after the interests of its thousands of regular and permanent depositors, and in addition, offer its protection in the monies of citizens who want to feel that their wealth has been placed in a sound and trustworthy bank. Citizens of Dayton have a right to feel proud of the beautiful new building, which this concern has made possible for the heart of the city and which will be a feature of “Dominant Dayton.” Organized in 1903, the First Savings and Banking Company is regarded as one of the most substantial and financially sound banking establishments in the Miami Valley. The institution has won merited renown for the first class methods it employs and the constant increase in deposits which has been its lot. A bank to be worth anything at all must be solid in its directorate. The men who run this institution are all well known citizens of the city, active in business and civic affairs and popular with everyone they meet. O. W. Irwin is the president and F. W. Gruen, the cashier. Their courteous methods have made friends with every depositor of the bank. Union men will always be given a cordial welcome in the new home of the company and assurance that their money will be absolutely safe.
THE DAYTON PAPER NOVELTY COMPANY
1220-1226 East Third Street, Dayton
It would be manifestly unfair to the above mentioned concern not to say a word of praise and commendation for the unexcelled facilities which it possesses for handling the trade of its patrons. The Dayton Paper Novelty Company is one of the conspicuously famous institutions in Dayton. This business was established in 1878 and has grown both in popularity with the trade and in its capacity and efficiency since that time. More than 170 persons on an average find employment at this place. Its officers are: president and treasurer, George G. Shaw; vice-president and general manager, Theo L. Neumann; secretary and assistant treasurer, H. Loran Huber. The concern manufactures patent paper packages, and so extensive have the demands for its products become in recent years that practically every state in the Union is furnished with their products and a nice foreign business has also been worked up. The men who back this establishment are men well known in the community and citizens who have always been allied with movements which tend to develop everything worth while in Dayton.
THE ACME CARBURATOR & MANUFACTURING COMPANY
488 East First Street, Dayton
W. H. Johnson is president and C. S. Barkelew is secretary and treasurer, also general manager. The concern was established five years ago at the above mentioned location. It manufactures bicycle pedals, known to the trade as “X-L-O” pedals, and one of the most popular and durable products on the market today. The shop is a first class one, equipped in every respect for handling an ever-increasing business. The best of relationship exists between employer and employes and the men who own and operate this business are strong believers in a square deal for the workingmen. Mr. Barkelew is personally well known and popular among business men of the city and he is especially well liked by those associated with him. We haven’t the slightest hesitancy in recommending this business to those of our friends who are in the market for supplies of this kind. This concern stands back of everything it makes, and guarantees satisfaction to its patrons. We hope our friends will give the Acme Carburator and Manufacturing Company a big share of their business. You will be entirely satisfied with your dealings here.
THE SUPERIOR TOOL COMPANY
16 North Canal Street, Dayton
In calling attention to the above mentioned concern, we want to assure our friends that the Superior Tool Company is a well established, reliable business industry. It was established in August of last year and has fifteen employes. H. W. Williams is the president and general manager and he is a man of fine industrial training and experience, all of which he has placed at the command of his concern and his patrons. The Superior Tool Company manufactures tools, dies, and models and it is one of the fastest growing industries in the city. Mr. Williams is an old resident of Dayton. For fifteen years he was at the head of the model and invention department of the N. C. R. He is well known and generally liked by the boys of organized labor. This concern specializes in machine models, and a general line of high-grade tools. They also design and develop special machinery of various kinds. Their efficiency enables them to ferret out and overcome various mechanical difficulties that confront manufacturers and inventors of special machinery. If you are in need of this concern’s help at any time we want to commend it to you. You will always be satisfied with what they do for you and their prices will always be found satisfactory. Telephone, Main 9581.
ANDREW M. HORN
501 North Main Street, Dayton
The “Quick Lunch” restaurant operated by Mr. Horn is deservedly one of the most popular in this section of the city, meeting every demand of its patrons at all times. Mr. Horn’s place affords an excellent location and opportunity for eating a meal, well cooked and appetizing, amid clean and comfortable environment. His prices are always right – you can depend upon that. The health department recently gave him a grade of 100 percent on his restaurant, which of course, means the place is above reproach. We want to urge all members of organized labor to give this man a liberal share of your business. He will appreciate it and give you dollar for dollar in return for your investment. His place is well and favorably known among the boys. Established four and one-half years.
FRANK L. WRIGHT
1244 West Germantown Street, Dayton
You will not find a better billiard hall in this section of the city than the one owned by this man and his ever-increasing patronage attests the high regard in which the business is held. The Wright Billiard Hall is owned by F. L. Wright and is justly one of the most popular places of its kind in the city of Dayton. Mr. Wright has three pool tables and carries a complete line of cigars, tobacco, and cigarettes. The proprietor came to this city from Osborne, August 21, 1916, after eight years of success in the same line of work in that community. He bought out George Hively. We have no hesitancy in recommending this establishment to the boys.
EQUITY STAG HOTEL
405 South Ludlow Street, Dayton
R. J. Galvin has personally owned this hotel and has for the last six years taken care of the boys in first class shape. He has a high class café in connection operated in an excellent manner. There are twenty rooms in this hotel. We have no hesitancy in commending this establishment to the boys. Mr. Galvin is known to be a man thoroughly in sympathy with the cause and has always been found friendly to the movement to advance the condition of the workingman in this city. Give him a call.
514 East Fifth Street, Dayton
Mr. Widmaier is a dealer in furniture, stoves, upholstering, and repairing, and his store at the above mentioned address is admittedly one of the busiest and most reliable in this section of the city. In fact, a good proportion of his trade comes from all parts of the city, which is a matter of interest and pride to this gentleman. We know you will make no mistake in handing your business to this man. Give him a call. He will appreciate it. Bell phone, Main 7563.
BUCKEYE BARBERS SUPPLY COMPANY
214 East Third Street, Dayton
A large and prosperous business is done by this prominent Dayton concern, wholesale and retail dealers in barbers’ supplies such as cutlery, toilet articles, and perfumery. Through honest and square dealings, the company has built up a demand for its goods which taxes its facilities to the utmost to supply. Only the highest words of praise are spoken on all sides for the supplies sold at moderate prices to hundreds of patrons by this firm. The proprietor Clarence S. Wiggin, is widely known to the barber trade and is a thoroughly progressive and up-to-date man. His friendly attitude toward the labor cause has made hundreds of friends for him among the union men, who insist upon Buckeye goods being used at their barber shops. A specialty of the Buckeye Company is the grinding of razors, shears, and clippers, all work being guaranteed. Prompt delivery is made on all orders placed with the company. Telephone, Bell, Main 937, Home 4466.
AMELIA L. NESTER
1505 South Wayne Avenue, Dayton
Here is a confectionery store that stands second to none in this part of the city, a clean, sanitary store that commends itself highly to the trade at all times and has gained a splendid reputation for the excellence of its goods and the courtesy of the proprietress. The business was started 14 years ago and has grown in a remarkable way during this time. A complete line of notions, confectionery, cigars, etc., are carried in stock and a first-class, sanitary soda fountain has proved to be one of the real big features of the establishment. A line of stationery is also carried, with candles, post newspapers and the like. The store is popular and well liked in the neighborhood and does a big business. Home telephone, 5496.
NORTH DAYTON SAVINGS BANK
Valley and Ohio Streets, Dayton
Here is a strong financial institution that commends itself to the careful, considerate patron and one who desires to do business with a first class, recognized banking house. There is no financial institution in the city built upon a firmer or more substantial basis than this one. Its increasing patronage shows striking evidence of the faith in which citizens of this section place in the officials and stability of the institution. It is officered by men of unquestioned integrity and honesty. David L. Pickrel, Jr., is president; Dr. F. A. Duckwall, vice president; F. H. Stachler, cashier. The directors are David L. Pickrel, Jr., F. A. Duckwall, Philip Hock, George H. Kramer, Joseph Zender, S. H. Thal, Gottlieb Schutzler, and Fred Lauterbach. This bank was organized in 1909 and has a capital stock of $25,000. It has 3,000 depositors and a surplus of $15,000. It is an institution you may rely upon.
THE AEOLIAN COMPANY
114 North Main Street, Dayton
There are some concerns in this city, by the very nature of their splendid organization and unusual services rendered the public have commended themselves to the buying public in a marked way. Such a concern, in fact, is the Aeolian Company. It has branches in every principal city of this country, and is represented abroad in the foreign capitals, so all we want to say to the members of organized labor and citizens in general here is that you are making a mistake if you buy anything in the music line without first consulting the Aeolian Company. Their record stands by itself and Aeolian products are generally recognized as distinct in every way.
Pianola pianos, Vocallons, and Columbian Grafanolas are among the things carried in stock by this well known company. We want to say right here that the Aeolian Company at its location, is equipped as few concerns of its kind in the country are equipped. Private rooms for listening to music and to get the tonal effect of the instruments are provided and patrons and prospective customers are assured at all times that they will hear these wonderful instruments under the most favorable of conditions. This concern is friendly in every way to our cause.
E. J. WARNER
Germantown and Williams Streets, Dayton
Proprietor of one of the most sanitary and attractive grocery stores in the city, this well-known business man is one of the most highly respected citizens of his district. In his store is carried at all times a complete line of high-grade groceries and strictly fresh meats. Through his honest and just dealings, Mr. Warner has built up a large list of satisfied patrons. He has been established at his present location for three and a half years. He is deserving of the support of organized labor.
Charles E. Rost, Manager
1007 West Third Street, Dayton
The utmost in quality can be found in the bread, rolls, pies, and cakes made at this sanitary and completely modern bakery. Charles E. Rost, the manager is keenly alive to the wants of the public in the baking line and has succeeded in pleasing hundreds of satisfied patrons. His bakery is equipped with all the latest appliances to enable him to turn out enough high-grade baking goods to supply the large demand, which he continually faces. He has been established at his present location for the past six years and if his business keeps on growing at its present phenomenal rate, will soon have to greatly enlarge his establishment. Mr. Rost has always been recognized as a staunch supporter of the cause of organized labor and is thoroughly deserving of the support of union men and their friends. You will be pleased with the quality and prices of bakery goods purchased from the “Home Bakery”.
SHEA & WILLIAMS
2028 East Third Street, Dayton
This concern deals in professional and amateur photographic supplies of all kinds. Mr. A. F. Shea, of the firm, was former secretary of the carriage, wagon, and automobile workers’ union and stands high in union circles. He was employed at the Maxwell Motor Company plant for a considerable time previous to engaging in the photographic supply business. These gentlemen are well equipped for catering to your wants along the lines suggested above. Moldings, frames, pictures, picture frames, supplies, stationary, and novelties of all kinds are handled, and developing, printing, enlarging, copying and portrait work is also a feature of their business, and we greatly recommend them to the citizens of our city. They are deserving of it. Bell phone, East 1556.
COLUMBIA GARAGE COMPANY
Rear 923 West Third Street, Dayton
E. Grosnickie is the manager of this concern, which has been established for the last five years. The Columbia Garage Company carries in stock at all times a full and complete line of gasoline, oils, and vulcanizing necessities. Casings for sale, and the painting of automobiles is a special feature of the business. We want to say here and now that you will go a long ways before you find a concern better equipped for handling your requirements in these particular lines than the Columbia Garage Company. Mr. Grosnickie gives the business his personal and undivided attention, and he strives at all times to give the customers and patrons of the company his best service. We have no hesitancy in recommending to those of you who have something of this kind that you want done, that you drop in and give this concern a share of your business. They guarantee all their work to be first-class in every particular, and the ever-increasing demand for their services speaks eloquently for the concern’s standing in the business world. Home phone 5777, Bell Main 1888. If this company does your work it is well done.
CHARLES H. ROGGE
Brown and Wyoming Streets, Dayton
In connection with a first class grocery store, Mr. Rogge also operates a high class café. It would be hard to find anything in the grocery and provision line that he does not carry. We suggest that members of organized labor give him their patronage whenever possible and thereby patronize a man that has always been found friendly to the cause and a concern that is considered one of the most reliable groceries and cafes in Dayton.
He has won the highest esteem of his friends and patrons and is deserving of proper mention in these columns among those endorsed for the combined support, and unrestricted patronage of our members and thousands of loyal citizens. Telephone 6327.
1052-1054 Washington Street, Dayton
Here is a grocery store that is stocked with a full line of provisions to meet the most exacting demands of its patrons. Mr. Betsner has been established in the business for 26 years. He carries, besides groceries, a line of fresh and smoked meats, fish, game, and poultry. It is always a pleasure and privilege to trade with such a store as the one operated by Mr. Betsner. Careful and painstaking in his labors with a disposition first and always to care for his patronage, we believe organized labor would do well to throw its business his way. He will appreciate any little courtesies the boys might extend him in a business way. Bell phone, Main 1854; Home phone, 5008.
THE SCHIEBLE TOY & NOVELTY COMPANY
Ice Avenue and Harries Street, Dayton
The famous “Hill Climber” mechanical toys are manufactured by this widely known Dayton concern. Established nine years ago, the Schieble Company, successor to D. P. Clark & Company, has progressed by leaps and bounds until even in the Gem City, recognized as the center of the American toy industry, it is one of the largest and most successful companies devoted to the production of this line of products. The “Hill Climber” toys, made in a variety of styles, such as locomotives, fire engines, street cars, autos, battleships, and other movable objects, are known the country over and are distinguished by patented friction power features, which put them in a class by themselves. They are the only friction power toys made with roller bearings and floating axles. Attractively made, Schieble toys prove a delight to children the world over at Christmas time. W. E. Schieble is the president of the company and the head of the modern up-to-date factory, which gives steady employment to an average of 100 workmen. His honesty and fairness in all business dealings have earned the admiration of his friends and patrons and the fullest support and cooperation of his employes. Union men are recommended to the purchase of “Hill Climbers” for their children.
DAYTON COAL COMPANY
938 West Washington Street, Dayton
A heavy business is done by this well-known coal concern, which has been established 20 years. At the office and yards of the company, located at the above address, choice grades of coal and coke may be obtained at the lowest prices. W. F. Patterson, the manager, stands high in the business circles of the city and is popular and well liked among a large circle of friends. Union men are urged to give this firm a share of their patronage in placing in their winter’s supply of coal. Telephones Bell, 4700; Home, 3288.
LIBERTY TOOL & PRODUCTION COMPANY
Callahan Power Building, Dayton
In looking over the list of industrial concerns that have developed products of inestimable worth to this community and to the trade as a whole, we are glad to note the unusual progress that has been made by the Liberty Tool and Production Company, which has its plant in the Callahan Power Building. The concern was started a number of years ago and has now reached the point in its development where it may truthfully be said that it is one of the successful enterprises of the industrial life in southern Ohio. It manufactures tools, dies, stampings, jigs, fixtures, gauges, metal production, special machinery, and drawing. The men who are associated with the operation of the above named concern are known to be men of prominence in the business life of this city and men in whom you can place the fullest confidence. They are held in the highest esteem by all with whom they do business and we want to emphasize in particular one thing – the Liberty Tool and Production Company is a high class enterprise which has as its chief principle the pleasing of the trade and the rendering of the finest possible service to the community of which it forms a part. The plant is modernly equipped throughout and has kept fully abreast of the times. In fact we say this without fear of successful contradiction that we do not believe there is a single concern in the country engaged in a similar line of business that is more able to fill your wants along these lines than the concern named above. It is operated with a view to giving the best possible service and its products at all times will fill the place required of them. F. Stevens is the manager; H. Beeler, secretary and treasurer.
Brown and Irving Streets, Dayton
James W. Smyers, who owns and operates the above mentioned drug store, is one of the best known young business men of Dayton. He established his store six years ago and carries a full and complete line of drugs, sundries, candies, cigars, tobacco, etc. He also has a first class soda fountain in connection with his store. Mr. Smyers carries a full line of rubber goods and we want to recommend to our friends that they give the Rubicon Pharmacy a fine share of their business. The store is deserving of your trade at all times and will give you prompt and efficient service at all times. Bell phone, Main 3006.
1844 West Third Street, Dayton
This concern deals in fine groceries, fresh and salt meats and J. W. VanScoyk and Elias VanScoyk are the proprietors. This store is complete in every particular. Give this concern some of your business.
CONSOLIDATED MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Rear 28 North Canal Street, Dayton
Mr. Joseph Meyer is the proprietor of this establishment which was established in 1913. They specialize in metal spinnings and are the largest exclusive spinners in Dayton. They also do tampings and articles made by this concern include smoker sets, ash trays, copper floats, coffee urns, carburetor floats, lamp reflectors, umbrella drip pans, hot water bottles. Spinnings made from brass, copper, bronze, aluminum, iron, tin, silver, etc. This concern is one of the high class business enterprises in this city and is entitled to a liberal share of your patronage. They guarantee to do first class work. Home phone, 4066.
HERMAN R. WESCHER
607 Washington Street, Dayton
This gentleman is the only undertaker in the city of Dayton who is a member of a labor union and we want to commend him to our friends everywhere. He is modern and up-to-date in the conduct of his business and he has kept fully abreast of the times in every particular. We haven’t the slightest hesitancy in recommending this gentleman to our friends everywhere, and more particularly the union men. He gives his business his personal and undivided attention and is in a position to render prompt and satisfactory service. His undertaking and embalming parlors are among the best known in the community.
MORRIS’ ANTIQUE FURNITURE SHOP
John H. Morris, Proprietor
1014 West Third Street, Dayton
This concern was established two years ago and deals in antique furniture. Special cabinet work to order, and repairing and refinishing of all kinds done to plan. We want to commend this gentleman and his business to our friends. Phone, Main 8778.
J. D. RYAN
River and Williams Streets, Dayton
This grocery business was established by Mr. Ryan four years ago. He carries a full and complete line of groceries, smoked and fresh meats, and has a thorough delivery service that is a splendid accommodation to his patrons. Mr. Ryan will appreciate any patronage union men may feel inclined to give him. Bell phone, 1328, Home phone, 12008.
441 East Third Street, Dayton
Berry Young operates the above mentioned place, which has gained considerable of a reputation for splendid and prompt services in the laundry line. Goods called for and delivered and the finest situation to all patrons. Home phone, 4397.
VICTOR VULCANIZING COMPANY
437 North Main Street, Dayton
All vulcanizing work done by this concern is done under a strict guarantee of satisfaction. Since succeeding the Greene Tire Company, the Victor Company has built up a large and prosperous business. Mr. Bumgardner, the proprietor, is well known in the city and is well liked. He has always been friendly to the labor cause and deserves the support of union men. Union-made goods only are bought and sold by this firm. Free service is furnished to all parts of the city. Telephones: Home, 3369; Bell, Main 8257.
Mrs. Martha Wilhelm, Proprietress
291 Linden Avenue, Dayton
This woman owns and operates the Linden-Hoff Hotel, established four years ago and one of the most popular boarding places in the city. She feeds fifty men a day and gives them the finest meals possible for the money. Boarding by the day and week. Mrs. Wilhelm has a fine reputation for home-made cooking and serves the best of everything the seasons afford at very reasonable rates. She has made a host of friends among the workingmen in this section and requires three assistants to carry on her business. We want our friends to bear this boarding house in mind at all times and patronize this good woman at every opportunity.
NATIONAL MARKET COMPANY
14 South Main Street, Dayton
This concern is one of the best known meat concerns in this county, and it numbers its customers by the hundreds from every part of the city and county. Seven persons are given employment here. As its name indicates, its business is national in scope and includes practically every city of importance in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Its store on Main Street is cleanly kept and admirably handled and managed and the National caters to a high class trade, persons who want the best at the lowest possible price. The branch was established four years ago and has met with considerable success.
WILLIAM I. DAWSON
302 West Homestead Avenue, Dayton
This is one of the most modern and up-to-date groceries, confectionery stores and lunch rooms in this section of the city. The working people have found the place a most desirable one to patronize and we want to say right here and now that if any of our friends working in this neighborhood do not patronize this place they are missing a fine opportunity to get what they want in the way they want it. The proprietor is known to be friendly to the cause of organized labor and is deserving of your good wishes and trade. Drop in and see him when you are in the neighborhood.
MRS. A. THORNBERRY
643 North Main Street, Dayton
We want to call attention to members of organized unions and others living in the neighborhood of this store to the unusual service which Mrs. Thornberry offers to her customers at all times. Here is a store completely equipped in every respect. She carries in stock at all times a complete line of cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, candies, ice cream, and soda water. The proprietress is well able to adjust herself to the duties involved in the direction of this concern and we want to urge members of organized labor to give this concern a very liberal share of their patronage. They will appreciate a call from you and we know you will be perfectly satisfied with your transactions. Telephone Bell, Main 9689.
JOS. K. EPSTEIN
924 East Fifth Street, Dayton
Established in business at his present location for more than 10 years, Mr. Epstein now makes a specialty of the sale of union-made shirts, overalls, and other workmen’s necessary clothing. A full line of gents’ furnishings is also sold. New and second-hand clothing is purchased and deposed of to hundreds of satisfied customers at very reasonable prices. This well known business man strives always to please the public and has been known as a staunch friend of the labor unions. Give him a trial.
1707 West Third Street, Dayton
Established three years ago this pool room is one of the best known in this section of the community. The pool playing facilities here are of the highest order, and Mr. Miller also has in stock at all times a fine line of cigars and tobacco. This gentleman is well and favorably known to union men in this part of the city and we want to recommend to our friends that they drop in and give him a liberal share of their business. You will find this a fine meeting place for the boys after working hours are over. If you have not met Mr. Miller it is your duty to avail yourself of this privilege.
M. A. FISCHER
Fifth and Bainbridge Streets, Dayton
An extensive line of all kinds of fresh and smoked meats can be found attractively displayed at the modern and sanitary store of this progressive merchant. Mr. Fischer has been established at his present location one year, having formerly been in business at Celina, Ohio. He is rapidly building up a large and prosperous trade. Quality is guaranteed on every purchase and prices are noted for their reasonableness. Mr. Fischer has on several occasions shown that he is a friend of organized labor and deserves its support. Home phone, 4727.
S. H. THAL
105 Valley Street, Dayton
Established fourteen years ago Mr. Thal’s suburban clothing, hat, shoe, and furnishings store is unequalled in this section of the city, or in any other section for that matter. He carries in stock at all times the largest and most complete assortment of men’s clothing, furnishings, and shoes of any store in North Dayton, and the finest wearing apparel on the market for workingmen. Two persons are given employment at this place. Mr. Thal carries in stock always a complete line of union made furnishings, and his store is, therefore, a most popular one among the working people. Personally Mr. Thal is well known and generally admired by our people, and he is one of the live wires in North Dayton; being interested in all public movements in behalf of this particular part of the city. We have no hesitancy in urging our union workmen friends to drop in and give this store a very liberal share of their patronage. When you buy it is to the advantage of the union men by patronizing those who are in sympathy and friendly accord with the principles of the union. Such a man is S. H. Thal. He is a public-spirited citizen in every respect. Home phone 5842.
GEM CITY ICE CREAM COMPANY
1005 West Third Street, Dayton
It isn’t necessary to say a great deal about the above named concern, because the 16 years it has been established in business have advertised it all over the city as a first class business house. In the wholesale and retail business of ice cream, fruit ices, butter, milk, and cream, this concern has no superiors and few equals in Southern Ohio. Its plant is modern and efficiently equipped throughout, and is owned by L. E. Ellis and G. D. Antrim. We want our friends to give this concern a liberal share of their patronage. We know you will be satisfied with your dealings. Home hone 3371 and Bell 1358.
202 North Clayton Street, Dayton
Established in the grocery and café business for 27 years, it would be a hard thing to find a more popular citizen in the section in which he lives than the gentleman who is mentioned above. Long years of honorable, successful business life have made Mr. Baczenas a man of influence in his large circle of friends, and he has at all times been a friend of the boys, standing on their side when matters of vital concern came up for attention and principles pertaining to the welfare of organized labor were at stake. Light lunches are served at all times at his place of business. Union-made cigars are kept in stock. The grocery and meat market departments of his business are justly popular and we suggest that you give him a call at your first opportunity.
WHITTEKER-GWINNER DRUG COMPANY
129 East Third Street, Dayton
Recognized as the largest wholesale drug house in the city of Dayton, this concern is also one of the largest of its kind in the middle west and is doing a large and prosperous business. In dealing with this firm, retail druggists, physicians, and others know that they are dealing with a house with a reputation behind it and that they will always get value received for their money and absolute satisfaction. Quality of Whitteker-Gwinner drugs has always been above criticism and their purity has become a standard for the trade. Officials of the company are: Bart Whitteker, president; H. A. Ireland, vice-president; and Frank H. Altherr, secretary and treasurer.
These men are leaders in their line and also in civic affairs of Dayton, which they have always tried to further to the best of their ability. Friendly to the cause of organized labor they are deserving of the support of union men. Whitteker-Gwinner drugs will always satisfy.
THE REFINERS OIL COMPANY
315 South Main Street, Dayton
Operated under progressive and up-to-date principles, this prosperous Dayton concern, doing a general business in oil and its allied products are rapidly commanding the respect of the industry, locally and nationally. Under the management of Robert S. King for three years, the company was doubled in capacity several times during that period. Mr. King, the president of the company, is widely known and popular among a large number of friends and associates. In addition, he has the enviable distinction of being a friend of the working cause, by whom he is held in high esteem and is given the fullest support and cooperation. He is president of one of the most thriving oil companies in the state of Ohio. At the present time, branches are maintained successfully at Springfield, Hamilton, London, Middletown, and Sidney. A recent progressive step of the concern has been the announcement of a plan to open a branch in Cincinnati.
SAMUEL F. FRANK
428 East First Street, Dayton
This gentleman has been engaged in the café business practically his entire business life, and at the above location for one year. He has two assistants, besides one cook and one porter and he serves a plate lunch that is second to none in quality in the city. He also operates a stag hotel, with all modern conveniences and his patrons are always a satisfied lot of people. Mr. Frank’s place is popular with the boys and union men will always find a warm welcome awaiting them. Mr. Frank has always been a friend of the organized labor boys and whenever opportunity offered itself for giving the boys a lift in a movement looking to their welfare or development, he has always been found on our side. His café is orderly conducted, neat and clean in every respect and commends itself to the trade in a most acceptable way. He has a dining room for the ladies, where the finest possible meals are served. We want to suggest to our union friends if they have never met this man that they avail themselves of the first opportunity to drop in and see him. He will accord you a cordial welcome at all times.
369 East Xenia Avenue, Dayton
Here is as popular a café as you will find any place in the city and the working boys always have reason to drop in and see this man. For 14 years, Mr. Poeppelmeier has been found at this location and he numbers among his best friends scores of organized labor men. He is always with us when questions of supreme importance to the laboring men come up, and in many ways has lent his support to projects which affect us most directly. Light lunch is served all day. A regular dinner is served every day until 1 o’clock and this feature has drawn many to the Poeppelmeier place of business. Union-made cigars are always in stock. Home phone 6240.
810 East Fifth Street, Dayton
We want to call attention to our friends to the café owned and operated by the above mentioned gentleman, one of the best known of our business men in this section. The café was established in 1886 and Mr. Horn has been actively in business here in Dayton since 1888 in the same location. In fact, it is one of the oldest and best-known establishments in the city on East Fifth Street and enjoys a satisfactory trade. The proprietor is known to all the “old timers” and among the ranks of organized labor occupies a conspicuous position as a friend of the boys. Sandwiches are served throughout the day. Tobacco and union-made cigars are kept in stock also. He has a son, Joseph A. employed at the Delacamp-Roemhildt paint store on Main Street, and the father lives at the location named above. Give him a call. Home phone, 5272.
430 Xenia Avenue, Dayton
Attention is directed to the daily market conducted by Mr. Vogel at this location and one of the foremost of its kind in this section of the city. It was founded at this location 11 years ago and has continued in this same location during the entire time. Mr. Vogel has, in fact, been in the meat business since 1874. He is proud of many friends and patrons that he has from the ranks of the organized laboring men and he certainly appreciates the support accorded him by these men. Their cooperation and kindly interest have sided materially in assisting him in building up his business, and he welcomes a visit by the boys at all times. We urge you to give him a call when needing anything in his line. Home phone, 7160.
BUCKEYE BEDDING COMPANY
First and Harshman Streets, Dayton
Mattresses and bedding by this thriving Gem City concern are for sale by dealers in all parts of the country, the excellent quality and moderate prices of the produce having created an exceedingly wide demand. Established for 20 years and situated at its present location nine years the company is better prepared than ever to look after the interests of the trade. Of its kind, the concern is one of the largest in Dayton, giving employment to five skilled workmen. The output of the modern, well equipped factory is 35 “Buckeye” mattresses a day. All are made of the best cotton felt and strongly sewed. A guarantee of quality given by the company is of the most rigid type, insuring complete satisfaction to customers. The best of cooperation exists between the employes and proprietor of the plant, who is a progressive and popular business man. Telephones Bell, East 304; Home, 2304. H. A. Stengel is the proprietor.
H. V. KOOGLE’S SONS
802 West Third Street, Dayton
H. V. Koogle’s Sons wagon works are exceedingly well known in all sections of this city. The men who compose the business are Jacob Koogle, Henry V. Koogle, and Arthur P. Koogle. The business was established in 1828 and is therefore, a pioneer industry in this city. In fact, there is no concern in Dayton that compares with the one named above. Prompt attention is given to repairing and rubber tiring and it guarantees all its work a thing that insures customers of the highest possible grade of service. If you have anything of this kind to be done, be sure to call H. V. Koogle’s Sons. Phone, Bell Main 489-399. Home phone, 4496.
1020 West Third Street, Dayton
We want to call special attention to the café conducted by Mr. Thierolf, one of the best known and most popular in fact in this section of the city. Mr. Thierolf established his business seven years ago and has catered to a high class trade ever since. You will find this place a fine meeting place for the union boys and if you have not met this man we want you to avail yourself of the opportunity of meeting him. His café is well ordered and conducted. He carries a fine line of union cigars, tobacco, and serves a good lunch and is entitled to a liberal share of your business.
J. H. GIBSON, D. C.
1114 West Third Street, Dayton
This gentleman is a chiropractor, and one of the best known exponents of this in the city. He has been established for the last three years and already has developed a thriving business. We have no hesitancy in recommending this gentleman to our friends for their personal welfare and attention, because we know his reputation for personal and undivided attention to each individual case which comes under his direction is not misplaced. Dr. Gibson is a most careful exponent of chiropractic art and he has gained many new friends and patrons by his splendid service. Home phone 3087, Bell 4614. Hours: 9 to 11 a.m., 2 to 6 p.m., and 6 to 7 p.m.
GEM CITY AUTO WRECKING COMPANY
526 Wayne Avenue, Dayton
Established a year and one-half ago, this concern is well and favorably known throughout the city. Parts for autos a specialty and repair work guaranteed.
726 South Wayne Avenue, Dayton
Here is a grocery store that has been only recently established, but which is completely filled and your patronage is earnestly solicited by the proprietor.
730 South Ludlow Street, Dayton
Mr. Becker is a great friend of members of organized labor. His personal popularity is due to the gentlemanly treatment accorded his patrons, and Mr. Becker’s café is known far and wide for the cordiality which reigns there at all times. The business was established six years ago. Mr. Becker has lived in Dayton for 15 years. We know you will always feel like coming back to Mr. Becker’s place once you make his acquaintance. Union cigars are a specialty with this gentleman. He has always been found friendly to the cause, and numbers union boys among his closest friends.
WEST SIDE BARGAIN STORE
1110 West Third Street, Dayton
This concern was established six years ago and handles a full and complete line of dry goods, notions, graniteware, and china. In fact, it has a little of everything, and, as the name indicates, everything here is sold at a bargain. We have no hesitancy in recommending this concern to our friends in this section, and we want to see union men and their families especially bring their patronage to the West Side Bargain Store. We know any trade you bring here will be fully appreciated and you will be satisfied in every respect with your dealings with the company. They aim to please all customers.
L. EDWARD WILSON
Rear 918 West Third Street, Dayton
This gentleman is a horseshoer and general repair man and his business is one of the most responsible and reliable in this section of the city. He has been in business, in fact, for twenty years and the character of his work in the past is the best evidence of the disposition to please in the future. We want our union friends to avail themselves of every opportunity to say a good word for this man. He is worthy of the admiration and respect and the patronage of men and concerns everywhere, who want their work of this kind well done, and guaranteed. Bell phone, 3992-X. Home, 6393.
Rear 1243 West Third Street, Dayton
Here is a first class baking establishment – one of the best known of its kind, in fact, in this section of the city. The business was started five years ago. It is a bakery that is known to be exceedingly friendly to the cause of organized labor. For this reason we want to urge upon our friends among the union workmen that they give the Liberty Bakery a liberal share of their business. We know you will be pleased with any purchases you make here. The plant is up-to-date and modern in every respect. It merits the high place it holds in the affections of the public.
THE NORTH DAYTON MACHINE AND TOOL COMPANY
126 Valley Street, Dayton
Here is a high class industrial business established nine years ago and now giving employment to 25 persons. The concern is one of the best in the city so far as equipment is concerned. It is one of the most modern and perfect of the smaller machine plants in Dayton, and the best of working conditions prevail, so far as light, ventilation, etc., are concerned. The company designs and builds jigs and fixtures, drawing, forming, and blanking and automatic dies. Here is a firm that stands high with the members of organized labor and it has been a firm believer in development of the best of feeling between employer and employes. A. W. Sensel is the president and H. O. Norris a secretary and treasurer of the company. They do general experimental work, stamping, and general machine work. These two men are well and favorably known in the industrial life of Dayton and stand high in the estimation of their fellowmen. Work that is given to the company by its patrons is always guaranteed to be satisfactory in every respect, and we recommend the company to our citizens. The plant is a credit to the city of Dayton. Bell phone, East 864.
HIRAM S. KENYON
1035 West Third Street, Dayton
Mr. Kenyon has been established in business for twenty-six years and his billiard and pool room is generally agreed among the citizens of this section to be one of the finest in this section of the city. The boys of the labor unions especially take a lot of pleasure in dropping in here, because they always find some of the other fellows and ready to enjoy a social hour or two. Mr. Kenyon keeps union-made cigars, cigarettes, etc. in stock and he keeps his billiard and pool tables in the finest possible shape. If you have never met this gentleman you ought to drop in and make his acquaintance at the earliest possible moment.
MODERN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
1232 South Brown Street, Dayton
Phillip Paul is the proprietor of this shoe repairing establishment and his years of experience have fitted him for the rendering of the best possible service to his patrons. For the last three years he has been established at the above location and during this time his patronage has increased considerably. Quick service is his hobby and equipped as he is for turning out high-grade work of all kinds. It is little wonder that the three years of his business here have seen a rapid progress. Mr. Paul uses the very best grade of leather and other materials in his repairing. His prices are right and consistent with superior workmanship. We urge friends of organized labor to give him a call.
DAYTON SPECIALTY MACHINE COMPANY
Jefferson Street and Hollencamp Avenue, Dayton
An excellent reputation is possessed by this well known Gem City concern as builders of high grade special machinery. The company was established 20 years ago at its present location and has been turning out first class products in limited quantities ever since. Printing press machinery is a specialty with the concern. All kinds of repairing and job work is done by a corps of skilled machinists, employed and retained for their individual and collective worth to the company. At the present time steady employment is being given to a force of seven skilled workmen. Officials of the company, Mr. Friend and Mr Bieri, have been with the cause of organized labor from the word “go,” and can always be sure of support and cooperation from union men. Equipped with the latest machinery, the modern little plant is capable of turning out special orders for machinery in rapid time. Special attention is given to maintaining the standard set by the company 20 years ago in every detail of the finished machine products. Prices quoted by the company are always surprisingly moderate and can rarely be met by the competitors. Satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed on all orders. Telephone: Home 4141.
MRS. ANNA M. HERTER
1017 West Third Street, Dayton
This concern is a retail dealer in grain, hay, and all kinds of feed, and it is one of the best known concerns of its kind in the city. Mrs. Herter conducts the business and her courteous treatment and personal, undivided interest in each patron’s welfare have served to make this business one of interest and profit. If you live in this neighborhood we want you to drop in and give this concern a liberal share of your business. You will find you can do business here in a first class way at prices that are bound to prove satisfactory to you. Phones: Bell Main 1725, Home 5600.
H. P. McGRATH
511 East Third Street, Dayton
If it is something in the plumbing and heating line, we want to suggest that you give careful consideration to this gentleman who has been established in business for the last ten years. He is a plumbing contractor with many years of experience back of him and we have no hesitancy in suggesting to members of organized labor that they give this man a liberal share of their patronage. Mr. McGrath has been a lifelong resident of this city and has lived in Dayton 52 years. He is a member of Dayton Council, Knights of Columbus, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, and the Ancient Order of Hibernians. He is worthy of your patronage. Bell phone, Main 382 and Home 2312.
HOERSTING & HOLTMANN
1133 West Third Street, Dayton
The widely known “Gem City” furnaces form the principal product of this thriving Dayton industrial plant, long established and credited with the highest rating in financial circles. Thousands of customers now using the furnaces made by this company are the best recommendation for their quality and durability. Complaints registered against the “Gem City” have been few and far between. Officials of the concern are progressive business men, noted for their honesty, integrity, and popularity. Their main desire is to please the public, and they do this by giving satisfaction on every purchase made from the company. In addition to furnaces, the factory turns out a complete line of cornice and is prepared to furnish slate and metal roofing and spouting. Estimates are also cheerfully furnished on job work in the lines done by the firm. Equipment of the plant is of the latest type and designed to produce the greatest efficiency in all departments. A large number of skilled workmen are given steady employment. The company has always maintained a friendly policy toward organized labor.
THE EAGLE OUTFITTING COMPANY
414 East Fifth Street, Dayton
If it is something you desire in the outfitting line we don’t believe you can find a business house in the city better equipped in every way at prices that are right and attractive, than the firm we mention in this article. The business was started 11 years ago and has been at the above address for six years. The proprietor, Louis Simon, has been a resident of this city for 14 years. He deals in ladies’, men’s, and children’s clothing of all kinds for the most exacting trade, and a satisfied patronage is the best evidence that this gentleman’s business is popular. Give him a trial when in need of anything in his line. He will appreciate your business. Bell phone, Main 1361. Cash or easy payments rule here.
W. L. STARRY
1235 South Brown Street, Dayton
Groceries, fresh meat, and poultry constitute this gentleman’s line of business, and in every particular Mr. Starry strives to give his patrons the finest assortment possible at the very best and most reasonable prices. It is a matter of pride with him that so many satisfied customers are numbered among his friends and 19 years’ experience in the grocery business has firmly endowed him with a clear insight and a practical training along the lines he has followed. Mr. Starry has been at the present location over one year. We urge members of organized labor to give this concern a share of their patronage. Mr. Starry has always been on the right side when it comes to a boost for the union man. Bell phone, Main 27; Home, 6387.
123 South Main Street, Dayton
It is always a pleasure for women patrons to find a store where courteous attendants are on hand to take care of their desires as at The Fashion. To be well dressed is the ambition of every woman, and rightly so, too, because as with men, the “apparel oft proclaims the woman.” If it is anything in the line of cloaks, suits, millinery, and furs that you are seeking, we want to say to you that there is no place in the city that you can patronize where you will receive better treatment. We want to call attention to this company and urge that members of organized labor invite their families to patronize this store. We know you will be in every way satisfied with your purchases and this is a most essential thing when it comes to buying women’s apparel. They have the Home phone, 4642.
THE CANBY, ACH, & CANBY COMPANY
510 East Third Street, Dayton
Established in 1875 and employing 100 persons, this well-known Dayton concern, importers and manufacturers of coffees, teas, extracts, spices, and mustards, needs no introduction. The ever-increasing demand for the company’s goods is a sure indication that it has the unqualified endorsement of organized labor. In addition to the importing business, the firm also possesses a wide reputation through its own manufacture of coffee, peanut butter, mustard, and baking powder. Officials of the company are all progressive and popular business men.
LOUIS F. KORTE
1025 West Third Street, Dayton
This gentleman is a successor to E. E. Johns and is an exclusive dealer in lighting fixtures. Estimates are cheerfully given on all work contemplated. Mazda lamps and Welsbach supplies, always kept on hand. We want to commend Mr. Korte to our friends among the union workmen, because we know he is an expert along his particular line, and will strive in every way to please his trade. His prices you will always find to be right, and his work is guaranteed to be first-class in every respect. Call him when you need lighting fixtures. He will look after you in great shape. Home phone 5107; residence, Home 4224.
R. B. JONES
701 North Valley Street, Dayton
This concern has been doing business at this stand for two years, and Mr. Jones has been a resident of Dayton for five years. He carries a full and complete line of groceries, meats, candies, etc. Mr. Jones is a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge, a man of fine judgement and well equipped to carry on a profitable grocery. He has always been friendly to the cause of labor. Home phone, 2722.
W. N. TAUL
1146 Germantown Street, Dayton
Mr. Taul is carrying a bigger and better line of tailoring goods this year than ever before and his trade is enjoying a handsome increase. This tailoring shop is one of the best patronized and most popular in this section. Cleaning and pressing of clothes is accomplished under the most scientific conditions and with every possible care and precision. He is prepared to make your clothes to order to your individual measure. He does repairing and dyeing in a first class manner. Mr. Taul opened his business in 1910 and he calls for and delivers work. It is a pleasure to commend so affable a gentleman to the trade. Give him a trial and be convinced. Bell, Main 8615.
502 Xenia Avenue, Dayton
Here is a high class grocery, fully and completely equipped and prepared to meet every demand made upon it by its patrons. Mr. Brandewie has been engaged in the grocery and meat business at this same location for the last eleven years. He handles fresh country products and the best of everything at prices you will find correct. He is well and favorably known by all the boys and is entitled to your patronage. He is a man of pleasing personality, well acquainted with the grocery and meat business, young and progressive. Free delivery is a feature of his service which appeals strongly to his patrons. Mr. Brandewie carries a line of fresh and smoked meats. Give him a call. Home phone, 2241.
238 North Daller Street, Dayton
A thoroughly modern and well-stocked grocery and meat market is that operated by the above gentleman, who established his business in this community 13 years ago. His methods have always been above reproach and his dealings with his patrons always friendly and on the square. In groceries he handles a most complete line of canned goods and staples, fresh fruits and vegetables in season; also a good line of fresh and smoked meats, union-made cigars and tobaccos, etc.
1804 West Third Street, Dayton
I. C. F. Bentley is the proprietor of this establishment, which engages in a wholesale and retail business. Cigars, candies, and all kinds of soft drinks are kept on hand at his place and the perfect service that is obtainable is a matter of real interest to its many patrons. This is a delightful place to patronize. Everything is clean and neat and offers the patrons the finest conditions under which to buy. Mr. Bentley is friendly to the cause of labor, and he numbers among his customers many of the union workmen. Drop in and see him when in this neighborhood.
THE MEEKER MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Huffman and Linden Avenue, Dayton
A concern that is fast becoming a leader in the manufacture of wheels of all descriptions is the above mentioned company. Established in 1889, the company is now doing business with all the leading auto and truck concerns, many of which use Meeker wheels exclusively. The plant is undoubtedly the best organized in the middle west for the production of wheels. The popular and progressive officials of the concern are: Herman H. Rogge, president and treasurer; Harry F. Rogge, secretary and general manager. These men have always been friendly to the cause of organized labor and have the full support and cooperation of their employes. The motto of the company is, “Make right what ought to be right.” Leading products of the modern and well equipped plant are: auto wheels, carriage wheels, wood and wire wheels, truck tires, demountable rims, auto trailers, auto truck bodies, axles, and steel, rubber, and pneumatic tires. The quality of all Meeker products is high.
THE ROYAL REMEDY & EXTRACT COMPANY
436 South Wayne Avenue, Dayton
Known the country over, the flavoring extracts and other products of this concern are distinguished by their unusually high quality. Unchanging from year to year, they have become great favorites with housewives, many of whom would hardly know how to do the baking without a bottle of the Dayton-made extract at hand. The extracts are sold under the name of “Souders Pure Flavoring Extracts.” Established in 1876 and situated at its present location for the past two years, the concern is now nicely installed in a modern and well equipped plant. Nothing has been left undone by officials of the company in planning every detail to take care of the large and growing business of the concern. The officers are: Maurice Costello, president; Eugene G. Kennedy, vice-president; Joseph E. Martin, secretary, treasurer, and manager. All have shown a friendly attitude toward the labor cause and deserve the support of union men.
LOUIS H. GEISLER
600 East First Street, Dayton
Popularity of the modern and up-to-date café conducted by Mr. Geisler with union men is a strong guarantee of his friendly attitude toward the cause of organized labor. This well-known business man has been a resident of Dayton 40 years and engaged in his present occupation 24 years. At his café can be found a sanitary lunch counter and a complete line of high-grade union-made cigars. Mr. Geisler is a member of the Eagles. Baseball scores are received in season by ticker service. Home phone, 4316.
Northwest Corner, Keowee and Hall, Dayton
We desire to call attention to Mr. Lotter’s café, established seven years ago. Light lunch is served by Mr. Lotter. Union-made cigars are to be found there at all times. Here is one concern that we desire to call up before members of organized labor. Mr. Lotter has at all times stood four square in every wind, conducting his business in a manner above reproach and making for himself an enviable name in the locality in which he is located. He is regarded as one of the best citizens and we suggest that the boys, when next in this locality, drop in and give him a call.
THEODORE F. NEU
Brown and Jasper Streets, Dayton
We want to call special attention to the above mentioned café, generally regarded by union men and other residents of this section of the city. A splendid noon lunch is a specialty with Mr. Neu. He is a great friend of the workingmen and numbers among his patrons many of the sons of toil. In fact, his café is a popular meeting place for boys of the unions. He has been in business at this location for nearly four years. In this time, Theodore F. Neu has enlarged his list of friends to the point where he now has scores of them and all of them boosters for his place of business. The place is well conducted and commends itself to the citizenship of this section. Mr. Neu gives the business his personal and undivided attention and he will always warmly welcome his friends. If you have not made his acquaintance, we want you to drop in and see him at first opportunity and introduce yourself. His noon lunch is one of the popular features of the place and one that appeals strongly to his patrons. Everything served here in season and the service is generally recognized as first class in every respect. Try this lunch and be convinced. Home phone, 6998.
THE WILLIAM HAAS COMPANY
429 East Third Street, Dayton
This concern deals in plumbing and heating equipment and it is one of the best known in this section of the state. It was established more than twenty years ago. This is a plumbing house that ranks with the largest in the city. William Haas is president and treasurer; Clarence W. Koch is secretary and assistant treasurer; John G. Haas, first vice president; and Charles W. Ringelspaugh second vice president. This concern is in every way equipped for handling all kinds of orders for plumbing and furnace work. It is generally recognized everywhere as one of those concerns which has kept abreast of the times and it is a leader here along the lines suggested by its business. Boilers and radiators, pipe fittings etc. are some of the things which form a part of the equipment of the company and we want to urge our friends here and in the neighborhood to give this concern a very liberal share of their business when they are in need of any service along its lines. You will find its prices are right and the work guaranteed. Home phone, 3703. Bell, 1703.
F. W. SCHMACKERS
929 East Fifth Street, Dayton
This gentleman is engaged in the plumbing and gas-fitting business and he has one of the best known concerns of its kind in this section of the city. The business was established three years ago and four persons are given employment here. We want to call especial attention to the fact that Mr. Schmackers is an experienced and skilled plumber and gas-fitter and a man who personally thoroughly understands his business. He has had many years of actual work to his credit, and he is known and generally admired by members of the union labor organizations because he is known to be friendly to the cause of organized labor. All work this man does for you will be done as he promises and guaranteed to be satisfactory in every respect. Under the circumstances we do not think it is asking too much to ask our friends to give this man and his business every possible consideration when they want anything in his line done. The matter of plumbing and steam or gas-fitting requires an expert’s touch and the most minute consideration. Under these conditions you can see how necessary it is to have a first class firm doing your work. Bell East 1521; Home 14749.
HARRY E. JOHNS
1002 West Third Street, Dayton
This gentleman established his grocery and meat store seven years ago in this location and he has met with considerable success in his enterprise. He has one of the best equipped establishments in this section of the city and he handles everything in the grocery line at right prices. Mr. Johns gets a good deal of the trade of the union boys because he is known to be friendly to the cause of organized labor. We recommend this store to our friends and advise them to give Mr. Johns a liberal share of their business. He is deserving of it and will be glad to greet new customers at any time.
389 North Main Street, Dayton
In calling attention to the café owned and operated by the above mentioned gentleman we want to say there is no business man in the city who has been more active in behalf of the union labor organizations than Mr. Williams. His café is, as a matter of fact, one of the most popular meeting places for the boys in this section of the city and you are always assured of a cordial welcome here. Personally, Mr. Williams is a most courteous and accommodating business man. He has been in business for a number of years and he prides himself on the number of friends he has made. He conducts a well regulated, well ordered café and gives his business his personal and undivided attention and we want to say to the boys of the unions, if they have never met Mr. Williams we want them to drop in and see him the next time they are in his neighborhood. We assure you will receive a warm and friendly welcome. Mr. Williams carries in stock a full line of union-made cigars, tobacco, and cigarettes and he is always glad to see some of the boys drop around to see him.
We have no hesitancy in recommending this gentleman and his business.
PRESTO LUNCH AND RESTAURANT
205-207 South Ludlow Street, Dayton
Pure food and unexcelled service make this restaurant one of the favorite eating places of the city. Modern and sanitary in every respect, the restaurant has a capacity of seating 100 persons. George C. Lambesis, the popular and genial proprietor, is long experienced in his line and has always been known as a friend of the union man. He is worthy of the support of every member of organized labor. The restaurant is open day and night and serves foods at moderate prices. “You get what you like and like what you get” at the Presto. Home phone, 5906.
THOMAS M. GAVIN
1904 East Third Street, Dayton
This gentleman is a funeral director and licensed embalmer and he is generally acknowledged to be one of the leaders in this particular line of work in our city. He has either carriage or automobile service and the character of his service is much above the average. Mr. Gavin is the son of Michael Gavin, deceased, who was a well-known engineer on the C. H. D. Railroad. We recommend Mr. Gavin and his business to members of organized labor, because we know they will be in every respect satisfied with the service he renders. He aims at all times to give the highest type of service at prices that are always reasonable. Give him your consideration when in need of his services. Bell, East 1382; Home 6476.
THE F. A. REQUARTH COMPANY
Monument Avenue and Sears Street, Dayton
This concern which engages in general contracting, was established in 1860 and now has one hundred and fifty employes. The plant itself covers 41,000 square feet and is one of the most complete in this section of the state. It has 500 by 150 square feet of floor space and its lumber yards and offices also cover a considerable amount of room. This concern operates a lumber and mill work plant, porch and stair building, store, and bank fixtures plant and it is the largest sash and door and interior finish mill in the city of Dayton. The F. A. Requarth Company is also equipped for special office and bank fixture work etc., and we want to say particularly that there is no concern of its kind in Ohio that is better prepared to handle your work than this one. H. W. Requarth is president and superintendent of the concern and he is personally one of the best known of our business men in this city. We know one thing, anything you give this concern you may depend upon it will be done in a thoroughly satisfactory manner and we commend the concern to our friends among the members of organized labor. It is responsible and dependable in every respect.
THE P. M. HARMAN COMPANY
30-32 North Main Street, Dayton
Established thirty-three years ago, this concern has assumed the leadership in its particular line in Dayton. If you are in the market for furniture, household decorations, curtains, rugs, fancy equipment of any kind for your home you will do well to bear this concern in mind because they are first class dealers in these lines. Their stock is full and complete and is tastefully arranged for display. This concern has fitted many of the homes of Dayton and the Miami Valley as well as public institutions, such as theaters, clubs, etc. We have no hesitancy in recommending the concern to our friends as in every way highly regarded by organized labor.
CLEMENT L. SHROYER
Mr. Shroyer is another one of our county commissioners and a gentleman in whom the people of Montgomery County may well feel the utmost confidence in all the time. During his incumbency of office, Mr. Shroyer has given liberally of his time and abilities to the development of this county and to looking after the affairs of the citizens and we want to commend him to our friends everywhere. He was born and reared in the county and is a practical successful farmer. He has served in this office since September 17, 1917, with distinction to himself and credit to the county.
John W. Ripke, Proprietor
31 East Fourth Street, Dayton
The restaurant owned and operated by the above named gentleman is one of the best known and most popular in this section of the city. It was established nearly two years ago and has during this time catered to a highly satisfied patronage. We do not know a concern engaged in a similar line of business that is better equipped for handling you demands than the one owned by Mr. Ripke. He gives his business his personal and undivided attention and his services all that one could wish for. Give this restaurant a trial and be convinced of its superiority.
JUDGE U. S. MARTIN
The record of Judge U. S. Martin is a particularly brilliant one and it is a pleasure for his friends to know he is to be a candidate for re-election next fall. Judge Martin has presided over the affairs of the court of Common Pleas in a manner acceptable to every citizen of this county. He is a scholar in every sense of the word and his occupancy of the bench has been a meritorious one in every respect. We commend Judge Martin to the organized workmen and ask a continuance of their interest and support. He is a man whom you can trust in every way.
FRANK M. WEST
First and Keowee Streets, Dayton
This gentleman was established in business four years ago and has since that time developed one of the most prosperous cafes in this section of the city. In fact, his place of business is one of the most popular in Dayton among the union workingmen and we take a great deal of pleasure in recommending it to our friends and those who live in this neighborhood as an establishment where you will find many of your friends after working hours. Mr. West while having operated this business at this place for only four years, has been in business in the city for fifteen years. He has seven employes and serves special meals at the noon hour which are especially enjoyable and much liked. This is a favorite dropping-in place in this part of the city for the boys of the shops and we want those of you who have not yet met this gentleman to avail yourself of the first chance to drop in and see him. His place is well ordered and efficiently operated and union-made cigars are served here. Mr. West, as a matter of fact, is well and favorably known as a great friend of labor and he deserves your patronage.
DAYTON DRUG COMPANY
1433 East Third Street, Dayton
The chain of drug stores operated by Mr. Jenkins is one of the most popular in this section of the city. One is located at Fifth and Ludlow Streets; one at Fifth and Wayne Streets, and one at Third and Terry Streets. These stores are all first class in every respect and cater to a high class and greatly satisfied trade. We have no hesitancy in recommending these stores to our friends and urging them to give the stores a liberal share of their patronage. You will find the prices here are right and the character of articles sold here is above criticism. Mr. Jenkins gives his stores his personal and undivided attention. All stores have telephones.
L. J. BOEHRINGER
410 East Fifth Street, Dayton
We want to call attention to the above named gentleman who owns and operates one of the best known cafes in the city of Dayton. He is worthy the confidence and esteem as well as the patronage of every member of the union workingmen’s organization in this section of the state, because he has at all times proved to be a friend of the boys. His business was started six years ago and has enjoyed a continued and substantial growth during all these years. He owns and operates a well ordered, first class café that is a popular meeting place for the boys, and deals in a high grade lot of cigars, tobacco, cigarettes, etc. His stock is always fresh and presentable. Mr. Boehringer has many personal friends in Dayton and vicinity and he is in every way familiar with the café business. He was born and raised in Dayton and has always been identified with movements which had to do with a development of the cause of organized labor. We want our friends among organized workmen to drop in and see this gentleman when they are in his neighborhood. Home phone, 3629. We know you will be cordially received at this place.
PONY HOUSE STAG HOTEL
125 South Jefferson Street, Dayton
Among the many business enterprises in the city of Dayton that have for many years commended themselves to the citizenship of this and neighboring communities by the excellence of their service and the personal popularity of the management, we know of none that has done so well as the Pony House Café, one of the best-known business houses of its kind in Dayton. William Timmerman is the proprietor of the establishment and we doubt whether you will find a café owner in southern Ohio that has a greater number of friends than Mr. Timmerman. He is a cordial, accommodating, courteous citizen who arrives at all times to please his patronage and this he has succeeded in doing in a rather remarkable sort of way. If you like to play a game of pool or billiards the Pony House Café is in a position to look after your pleasure in this regard. A merchant’s lunch is served daily, which has proved to be one of the best things of its kind served in Dayton. Mr. Timmerman has always been regarded as especially friendly to the cause of organized labor and he numbers among his personal friends many of the working boys. As a matter of fact, the Pony House Café is a popular meeting place for members of the labor organizations and you are always sure to run across some of your friends here. Everything that it is possible to secure to add to the comfort and convenience of his patrons has been provided by Mr. Timmerman and he takes a personal and undivided interest in his business, thus insuring his patrons the best possible service at the lowest possible price at all times. We want our friends among the union boys to drop in and see Mr. Timmerman and give him a liberal share of their patronage. He has both telephones, Bell, Main 616; Home 2616.
THE DAYTON STAMPING & TOOL COMPANY
348 Xenia Avenue, Dayton
Here is a high class concern that has been established in this city for a number of years and has built up one of the most successful patronages of any company in our community. Employment is now given by the above mentioned company to sixty-five persons and we want first of all in this little business review to recount the fact that a splendid spirit of cooperation exists at this plant between employer and employes. In fact, we suspect you would find it difficult to find a concern in Dayton where there is such a harmonious feeling as exists here. The Dayton Stamping & Tool Company manufactures dies, jigs, and fixtures, and are mechanical engineers and machine designers. They are contract manufacturers of light machinery, tools, and metal specialties, builders of special tools for the economical production of interchangeable parts. There is a feature of this concern’s activity that deserves special mention here and we want to say something about it for fear we might forget it later on – that is the principle of honest dealings with its patrons. It is a fixed plan of the above mentioned concern to see to it that the customer is in every way pleased and following this principle as the Dayton Stamping & Tool Company always has, it is little wonder that its growth has been so steady and consistent. It is deserving of your patronage.
CHARLES O. STORCK
330 South Linden Avenue, Dayton
Here is a café that merits the warmest regard and the patronage of union men in this city, a most popular meeting place for the boys of organized labor and a place where you will always meet your friends. The business was started by the man named above twelve years ago and has since developed a fine patronage and Mr. Storck’s reputation of friendliness for the cause of union labor has made him a large number of friends. We suggest to members of the laboring movement that when you are in the neighborhood again that you drop in and shake hands with this man. You will find the “welcome” sign on his door always.
JOHN H. SHIVELY
Sheriff’s Office, Court House
As chief deputy to Sheriff William Oldt, Mr. Shively has served the county in a most acceptable manner. He was deputy under Sheriff Leo’s administration and is a young man who is active and vigorous in his conduct of office. He is an attorney at law and his splendid characteristics have fitted him in a special way for serving the citizens of Montgomery County. Mr. Shively is a man of broad training and wide experience and we commend him to our friends among the members of organized labor. He is honest in the administration of his affairs and has proved at all times a competent official.
DAYTON FRICTION TOY WORKS
Albany and Hawthorne Streets, Dayton
Housed in a modern, fireproof plant, covering one-half a city block at Albany and Hawthorne Streets, this rapidly growing Dayton concern is occupying a commanding position in the toy manufacturing world. The company is already recognized as the largest mechanical toy manufacturing establishment in the Gem City. At the present time 100 skilled workmen are given steady employment at the well-equipped plant and the best of cooperation and good feeling exists between the workmen and their employer, D. P. Clark, the progressive proprietor of the concern, who is one of the best known toy men in the United States. Since becoming established in Dayton in 1909, he has taken active part in the counsels of the “Toy Manufacturers Association of the U.S.A.” a recently organized body designed to promote the buying of American-made toys and to promote the interests of this industry in general. Every member of organized labor should insist on only American toys for his children. The buying of American toys is especially recommended since Dayton is rapidly being recognized as the center of the industry in the United States. All toys made by the Dayton Friction Toy Works are substantial in construction and possess real novelties not found in goods made by other concerns. They are guaranteed to be high grade, up-to-date, and saleable. All are of metal construction and equipped with a cast iron flywheel, in which the friction idea of locomotion is carried out. Anything in the way of toys on wheels that will run is made by this concern; methods in use at the plant are of the most recent type and prices quoted on the mechanical toys made by the concern are as low as can be found on the market.
DAYTON BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
This financial institution has been established for the last two years at 21 W. Fourth Street. It has been a part of the city’s business for the last nine years and during this time it has built up a splendid patronage, winning the confidence of our citizenship in a remarkable manner and rendered valuable service to those who are interested in the matter of saving. Officers of the association are William D. Huber, president; William E. Sparks, and James E. Conley, first and second vice-presidents; J. Owen Britton, treasurer; Allen C. McDonald, secretary and attorney; and Carrie D. Thomas assistant secretary. The concern’s advance and development is, perhaps, better illustrated with some figures. At the end of the fourth fiscal year the assets of the institution amounted to $415,202.12. On September 30, 1917, at the close of the eighth fiscal year they had increased to $667,193.44. This is a record of which any financial institution may well feel proud. One of the features of the Dayton Building and Savings Association that is most commendable is the Children’s Savings Department. This is intended especially for children up to 15 years of age. Besides inculcating in children habits of economy, saving, and thrift, and paying to them an attractive rate of interest on their deposits, special instructions will be given in banking and association methods.
1925 ½ East Third Street, Dayton
Between Webb and Linden Avenues
We want to call special attention to the above named gentleman who is a ladies’ and gents’ custom tailor and one of the best men in his line in this city. He was established in business on East Third Street over two years ago. He conducts one of the best known custom tailoring establishments in the city, and when it comes to cleaning and pressing, he has no superior in the city. He is recognized as one of the representative business men of the East End, and we commend his business to members of organized labor. You will never know a disappointment when you deal with him. He is friendly to the cause. Bell phone, East 985.
W. O. JOSLIN & COMPANY
Here is a concern that stands prominent among the leaf tobacco packers of the great Miami Valley. There is, perhaps, nowhere in the nation a district so rich in its tobacco raising as this same Miami Valley, and the concern known as W. O. Joslin & Company of 231 South Fourth Street, Miamisburg. The concern was established a quarter of a century ago and now gives employment to fifty people. As packers of leaf tobacco, successful in every respect and highly regarded by the dealers in this product, the above mentioned concern is without an equal. Twenty-five years of service in the rich tobacco growing regions of the Miami Valley have given these men a wide acquaintanceship among the growers and they have made many lasting friendships in this section. It is of interest to note that the concern, W. O. Joslin & Company , is known to practically every tobacco grower in this section. The firm is known to be friendly to the cause of organized labor and counts among its very good friends, many of the men who are prominently identified with the union labor movement. The men who compose the company are men of high standing in this community, known and universally admired for their honest dealings and courteous treatment. We have no hesitancy, but rather take great pleasure in saying a word of commendation for the concern. We know it is reliable and trustworthy in every respect. Long years of experience have enabled its members to deal with the tobacco growers in a way that commands their full confidence and W. O. Joslin & Company may well be regarded as one of the foremost companies engaged in this line of endeavor in the country.
THE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN COMPANY
Established in 1880, the above mentioned financial institution stands at the forefront of organizations of its kind in our city. It has an authorized capital of $2,000,000 and its officers and directors are S. H. Mays, president; J. M. Purnell, secretary and treasurer; C. W. Dodds, vice president; Charles F. Eck, E. C. Weber, and W. A. Reiter, attorneys. Dividends are paid January 1 and July 1. This institution solicits the business and patronage of the citizens of this and neighboring communities. Your funds are safe here and they will draw a fine interest for you in the hands of this organization.
MITCHELL WHEEL COMPANY
This concern was established in 1908 and is capitalized at $100,000. It manufactures vehicle wheels of all kinds and is one of the most prosperous establishments of its kind in the country. Officers of the Mitchell Wheel Company are: Lee Mitchell, president and general manager, S. W. Mitchell, vice president and assistant manager; C. L. Mitchell, secretary and treasurer. This concern by the excellence of its products stands high in the esteem of the public and we have no hesitancy in recommending this company to persons in the market for vehicle wheels of all kinds.
S. M. BECK
35 East Central Avenue, Miamisburg
The café conducted by the above mentioned gentleman is one of the most popular in Miamisburg, and caters strongly to the members of labor unions there. Mr. Beck is personally known to many of the boys here and he has always been found on the side of movements intended to uplift the condition of the working man. The café was established sixteen years ago and is one of the places where you can always drop in and find your friends. If you have not met Mr. Beck we want you to drop in and see him when in this neighborhood. You will find a cordial greeting here and everything satisfactory.
MIAMISBURG BANKING COMPANY
59 South Main Street, Miamisburg
Here is one of the substantial financial institutions in Montgomery County, well equipped and excellently officered. Safety deposit boxes for rent and accommodations of all kinds of banking are special features of the institution. The officers and directors are: President, John J. Schwartz; Vice President, F. Swartztrauber; Ernest R. Miller, Louis Scheillhaas, Ernest Rost, and John H. Schoenfeld, Cashiers. These men are well known in this community and they conduct the banking business on a high plane. Your business is solicited and satisfaction is always guaranteed.
W. F. MOBLEY’S CAFE
Main and Pearl Streets, Miamisburg
Here is a first class café, well appointed in every respect and in every way equipped to handle the desires and requirements of its patrons. Established 20 years ago, Mr. Mobley has developed a first class enterprise. He is known as being friendly to the cause of organized labor and many of the workingmen take pleasure in dropping in to see him. Individual attention is paid to all customers, and if you have never met W. F. Mobley we want you to avail yourself of the first opportunity to drop into his café and meet him. You will always get first class service here. Both phones.
MIAMISBURG BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Office Old City Building, Public Square
This is one of the most reliable financial institutions in the Miami Valley, established 25 years ago, and today regarded everywhere as sound and sanely directed. A review of its last financial statement is sufficient to interest not only its present patrons, but also those who are contemplating opening a savings account. This institution teaches you how to save, profitably. Officers are: Dr. W. S. Bookwalter, president; Lee Mitchell, vice president; John V. Fornshell, second vice president; Mahlon Gebhart, attorney; O. F. Davisson, counsel; Charles A. Eicher, secretary. This is a substantial, dependable association.
WILLIAM J. HARRINGTON
19 North Main Street, Miamisburg
The café owned by Mr. Harrington was established seven years ago and holds a conspicuous place among the business affairs in Miamisburg. Mr. Harrington is personally a great friend of the boys, and has always been found on the side of the workingman in movements designed to better their condition and help them. His café is patronized by many of the union boys who find it a fine place to meet old acquaintances and spend a social hour or two. Drop in and meet this gentleman when you are next in his neighborhood. He will give you a cordial welcome.
BABY MOOSE CAFE
1 North Main Street, Miamisburg
C. C. Routzohn, who owns the above mentioned café, is a good friend of the working boys and his establishment is a favorite meeting place for the union men of this city. The business was opened two years ago and has grown in popular favor since it started. Mr. Routzohn gives the café his personal and undivided attention and thus insures his patrons the finest possible attention. You can always meet your friends at this place and enjoy a social hour or two. If you haven’t met Mr. Routzohn, we want our union friends to drop in and see him. He will give you a warm welcome. Phones, Home 93-K, and Bell 1971.
W. S. LINTHICUM
22 North Main Street, Miamisburg
When it comes to making high-grade cigars, we do not believe there is a concern in the valley that can beat this gentleman. Give him a share of your business.
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