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The Olneyville times. (Olneyville [Providence, R.I.]) 1887-1917, June 09, 1911, Image 1

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Covering a F /7i;,;~h Includes West Providence, Johnston, Scituate, Smithfield and North Providence.
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VOL. XXIV. NO 39 ¢%, ZYVILLE, R. L., FRIDAY JUNE 9. 19111, PRICE THREE CENTS
SAN SOUCPS °"°su.
Square.
MEN’S
READY THIS WEEK
Every man who had experience with a really good
Serge Suit can tell it when he sees it. W e have been able to
get a group ot these Blue Serge Suits in time for this week’s
selling.
The model is one that will please men who perter .o
dodge the extremes. The color is a rich, dark biue, ard is
guaranteed sun-prootf; the weave is fine and close, promising
long wear. We can fit all kind of men, of regular, short,
long and stout figures, Nizes 34 to 46
$1.50, $lO, SI2, Sl5
J. 0. SAN SOUCIICO.
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Reo-Delivers the Goods
Stake body or Open Express inc ude !
3750‘ Top and other Lodies extra 1500-lb
The+ Reo does the work of taree tea ns and their drivers, at the
expense of one. Enables you to extend your busmess to « wider
radius; advertises vour business; works 24 hours a day il nec—
essary ; doesn’t get overcome by the heat; dozsn’t slip, get lame,
sick, or aie; requires less att ntion than a horse ; doesn’t eat ex
cept when it works.
CGarage Open Day and Night.
We carry in stock a full line of Michelin Tires and Tubes of all
sizes, Batteries, Supplies,Gasoline and Cylinder olls.
THE WM. HUGHES CO., Inc.
Corner Bough and Dike Streets,
Telcphone West 132 OlneyV|lle, R. L
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General Machine Work of all Kinas.
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} ELMER B. HENRY,
GONGRETER and ROOFLR,
294 Plainfield Htreet,
PROVIDENCE, R. L
Sidewalks, Lawnwalks, Driveways, Cellar
Bottoms and Mill Floors Laid and Repaired
in Gontrete and Asphait.
GRANOLITHIC WALKS AND DRIVES.
Gravel and Felt Roofing ot all kinds. New Roofs put
on, Old Ones Repaired.
All Orders Promptly Attended to. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
YARDS :(—ARLINGTON, R L.
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WM. M. HARRIS, Jr.
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SHINGLES, LATHS, SASH, DOORS, ?
BLINDS, LIME AND CEMENT. }
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Atwells and Harris Avenues, |
PROVIDENCE, R. L.
Telephone ; 8:::: g?
The Olneyville Times
LOCAL NEWS
Joseph A.. Labbee is s*rving on the
grand jury,
Improvements are being made to Hall &
Lyons Olneyville store, |
A. T. Rossiter and family, have gone to
Conimicut for the summer
Mrs, Helen M. Smith is visiting her
sister in Brooklyn, New York, ‘
There was a big class initiation of Owls'
at Chestnut Grove on Sunday,
Rev, Bowley Green will preach at Cam
den, N, J., on Sunday, June 18th.
Frank Hanley and family, have gone to
Shawomet Beach for the summer,
‘ James W, Greaves and family, are spend
‘ing the week at Clayville Reservoir,
I'he Olneyvilles defeated the Centerdales
‘on Saturday afternoon by a score of 2 to 1.
‘ Patrolman Percy Perkins, of the Sixth
‘Station, is enjoying a furlough at the Cape.
William Mathewson, superintendent of
‘the Olneyville car barn, is taking a vaca
;tion
‘ Henry Pohle and family, are occupyling
‘a bungalow at Lake Moswansicut for the
summer.
i The publication of the calender at the
Broadway Baptist Church, has been dis
continued until fall,
The summer time table wet into effect
on the New York, New llaven & Hartford
Railroad on Sunday.
The next meeting of the Olneyville Busi
ness Men's Association will be held on
Wednesday evening., June 21s',
The William Hughes Company have
sold a Reo touring car to Lewis A, Ship
pee of Airch Street, Providence,
The 1 adies’ Social of the Broadway Kap
ist Church, hold an outing at West Bar
rington on Wednesday, June 21st,
Congtab e Percy Butterhield s drivnng
e patrol wagon a' the Second Sttion,
furing the alough of the regular driver
Aundrew Bell, chel at Hanspach Nros
I s taken a position for the summer as
coef at the National Hotel at Block Island,
I'he Grover Fishing Club will hold its
first clambake of the season at its club
house niar Rocky | oint on Sunday, June
18 h,
Hugh O'Connor returned recently from
a trip to West Baden, Ind , where he took
medical treatment at the famous springs
located there.
A three tenement house belonging to
Frank Koper, is nearly completed on
Laurel Hill Avenue. . John O'Donnell is
the contractor.
A very successful Old Folks Concert
was given on Wednesday evening at
Library Hall for the benefit of the Broad
way Baptist Church
William Hea'on, father of Dr. H. W,
Heaton died on Saturday at his home on
Laurel Hill Avenue. The funeral services
were held on Monday.
Dr John T. Farrell attended the gradu
ating exercises at Jefferson College, Phila
delphia recently, Dr, Farrell is an
alumnus of that institution,
Dr, Frederick J. Farrell, a former resi
‘dent of the annexed section, has been ap
pointed examiner of the pupils in the
special schools in Providence,
Thomas Kay died at his home on Laurel
Hill Avenuc on Monday. The funeral ser.
vices were held on Wednesday afternoon.
Rev. Fay R. Hunt officiating, The burial
wans at the Pocasset Cemetery,
Misses Emily and Kuth Brown entertain
ed the Sunshine Band of the Free Baptist
Church on luesday evening, June 6th
I'he evening was spent in a social way, in
cluding vocal and instrumental music
| Arrangements were made for an outing in
July. Cake and cream was served to the
large number present,
William Middleton, a resident of the
annexed section, died at his home 185 East.
‘wood avenue on Monday, He was em
ployed as a superintendent by Norcross
Brothers and was well known among the
buillding trade. e was a member of
Mannfacturers’ Lodge, I O, O, F. and the
Olpeyville Business Men's Association.
The funeral was held on Thursday afternoon. ‘
Moth balls 5¢ Ib, cedar lavendar com-‘
pound 15¢ Ib, malt extaact 2 bottles 235
Fletcher’s castoria 23c, vaseline 5¢ bortle,
Hobson’s corn salve 25¢, tar soap large
cake sc, toilet paper 6 pkgs for 25¢, Nyal's
face cream 25¢ Garfield tea 21c. pkyg,
headache powders, 4 for 10c; Bland's Iron |
Pills, 100 for 25¢ ; porgus plasters, gc.
We carry a complete ine of cameras, fijgus
and all supplies, Byron A. Sath, rres |
cription Druggist, 19 Ulneyvilie sq. |
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A Sterling Game. |
The newly laid out croquet lawn on Ster, l
ling avenue, belonging to the Accrington
House, is becoming quite an attraction to |
the people of that section. The health
giving properties of the strenous game play- 1
ed there, bid fair to put the State Sana
torium at Wallum Lake out of commiss.
ion. Asan open air tonic the game is
unsurpassed. |
OBITUARY ;
WARREN B, SMITH, ‘
The death of Warren B, Smith, son of
Mr. and Mrs, Byron A, Smith, which sad
event occurred on Friday evening of las'!
week, caused general and genuine sorrow
in this community, where he was born and
had grown to manhood. His illness was
only of tw- days duration, and the sudden
ss of his death made the blow seem harder
to his tamily and friends. He wasa grad
uate of the Webster Avenue Grammer
School of the class of 1904, and afterwardu%
entered the Providence English High
School, where he was graduated several
years ago, He then took the course at
the Rhode Island College of Pharmacy,
finishing the course something over a
year ago. Since then he was employed in
his father’s drug store and was evidently
entering upon a successful business career,
The funeral services were held at his late
home on Plainfield Street on Tuesday
afternoon and they were attended by a
large number of relatives and friends,
The services were conducted by Rev. John
H. Larry, of the Kdgewood Congregation
al Church, There was a wealth of floral
tributes, The bearcis were Earl Parker,
Raymond Colwell, William Votter and
Earl Swindells, former school mates of the
deceased. The body was entombed at the
North iind Cemetery,
eisumiiii
THORNTON l
The Pocasset mill is running nights. |
Harry Abbott purchased a horse this
week,
A picnic will be beld on Saturday at the
Barone Farm,
The tree in front of Calef's Block hus
been cut down,
The Thorutons play the Lisbons on Sat
urlay on the home grounds,
A dounghter was born on Pharsday ol
last week to Mr.and Mrs Joho North,
A regolar meeting of the Johoston
Town Couancil will be held this afternoon,
The Thorvton ball team defeated the
Euc ids last Saturday by a score of 11106,
It 1s undersiood that William Atchison
is 10 have a new plate glass front at his
place of business,
George Coupe, who was recently sick
at the Kast Side Hospital, is now at his
home here considerably improved,
Rev, Harris E, Starr, son of superin
tendent of schools, W. H., Starr has just
accepted a call to become pastor of the Pil.
grim Cnngrrga‘;iunal Church at New
| Heven, Connecticut,
Mrs. George Croshy died at her home
on Fletcher avenue on Monday, after an
illness of several months. She leaves her
husband and one son. The funeral was
solemnized on Thursday,
B -
ManNTON
Business is very brisk at the Manton
Mill.
~ The Manutons play the Centerdales on
‘Sunday.
The Mantons defeated the Alcos on Sun
day 14 to 10
A.T. Remington has returned from a
trip to New York,
Frank H. Hawkins of this place, is serv
ing on the grand jury.
~ Warren Evans has a large contract for
electric work at Greystone
Holy Communion will be celebrated at
Saint Peter's Church next Sunday.
Rev, Mr. Burt of Providence, preached
at the Church of Christ on Sunday last.
The funeral of Mrs. Richard Raymond
was held on Monday morning at Satnt
Thomas’ Church.
Mrs, Emma Darling and Miss Mildred
Colvin are on a visit to friends in Newl
Vork and New Jersey. |
CENTERDALE ‘
The Centerdales play the T. 1 l'lulysi
on Saturday, |
The North Providence Town Council |
met on Monday. '
James Kite of this place, sailed for l‘;ng.!
land last Saturday.
Rev, Dr, Sears officiated at St, Alban’s
Church last Sunday.
Town Sergeant George P, Willis, has a
new Mitchell touring car, ‘
Koger Wiliiams Lpdge will hold a meet. |
ing on Saturday evening.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Darby died on Satuiday of last week,
C. H. Broley, of the Hotel Broley, has |
returned from a fishing trip in Maine, :
A party of young people of this pl-cel
attended a dance at Georgiaville last sn]
urday evening, '
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CLAYVILLE l
Sunday is the big opening day st YVellow ;
Pine Grove. The big dining hall will be |
used for the first time when a clam bake
will be served. The Dayville Band will be
in attendance, and the Howard Hills and
Dayvilles will play ball,
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SLOCUM'S e onee.
: Cove House
BAKES FROM 12 M. TO 9.30 P. M.
PAWTUXET R. IX.
TaKke Broad Street Cars.
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Farms a Specialty.
For farm property that must be sold to settle estates #nd farms to be
handled as Private Sales.
FIRE ]NSUR ANCE AUTOMOBILE
COLWELL & HALL,
29 Weybosset Street, Providence.
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: Greatest Wall Paper Sale
: IN 15 YEARS.
185,000 Rolls For Sale at a Sacrifice
: Wall Paper worth $1.25 per Roll, now 28c¢.
;‘;()lhm‘ papers cut trom 25¢ to 15¢. and from 15¢ to 8¢
Y trom 8¢ to 6¢. also a large assortment ot two toned and
floral papers without border at the ridiculous low price ot
:Irmn 8 to 15¢. Also large stock ot Wall Papers for
¢ kitchens, back halls and chambers, 4¢ per roll. Come
é:md be convinced at
,' M. OLSSON'’'S
711 Westminster St., near Dean St.
: PROVIDENCE, R. |.
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g LARCE STOCK TO SELECT FROM
: Low prices to please you. Best
é Hat ever offered for $l.OO
‘ The new wide brim senate sailor hat.... ...$l.BO
‘ Sold in most stores for $2.00
§ Genuine Panama Hat5..........53.98 and $4.98
I xceptional values,
; Noft Shirts with a soft collar to match.......... .69c¢c
;.,’ Equal to any $1 Shirt A large line ot soft
3 collar 5hirt5.............80c¢, 75c¢c, 'and $l.OO
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: Olneyville Square.
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A. BAINTON & SON.
ES; we sell pianos and organs for
Y cash, or for easy weekly or
monthly installments, We have strings
for all kinds of instruinents, from sc.up
Century and McKinley 10c sheet music
Popular sheet music, § & loc. per copy
Music hooks, Stationcry. crepe paper
and various other things.
E make a upecialty of picture
w framing in all the lates styles
of moulding. Our prices are the lowest,
pertoction Plang Pollsh, 25¢, @ botire,
Pianos and Organs Tuned, Repaired, Moved and Polished
A. Bainton & Son
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