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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 May 1915

'LUME I. NUMBER 1. VIM BEACH, princess anne s No / One Ever Visits Here jWithout a Desire to ; Return Again. i * SAtyAIR AS PURE AS SNOW Virginia Beach has the distinction if ‘being the only incorporated 'o>mi of the County of Princess Anne. There was at least ' % I t * • t uth‘ v iother, Kempsville. which has received Legislative mention, yet the Beach is the only one to which was delegated the authority to have a council and to make its own internal regulations and to pass resolutions and ordinances. It had its corporate birth in 1906 and since that time j lorl f '*%; fr * " T \ ; V. |■ -V Jt DOE \ lollNsToNt \< KI" has been subject to and the victim of a variety of vicissitudes, but thanks to the great and potent power of its natural resources the Town has bravely overcome all of the serious drawbacks incidental to adolescence and is now putting on the garments of a crown-up. Some tourist has sail, and perhaps with some degree of truth, that there never was ...

Publication Title: Princess Anne Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 May 1915

Vht primes* Unne {Tunes ItBI linctl WKMU.T bt Thb Priscbss A.nsb PTIH-ISHIHG COMVAKT. W. H. FRENtiER, - - Editor ami Manager SCBSCKIPTION PRICE 11.00 PER YEAR SIX MONTHS 50c; THREE MONTHS 23c Advertising Kates Given Cpon Application Virginia Beach, Virginia, Friday, May 14, 1915 A FEW INTRODUCTORY WORDS. This, the initial number of The Princess Anne Times, volume one, nurpbor one, is presented to the public this 14th day of May, 1915. Its advent distinguishes it as the Pioneer Newspaper printed within the county of Princess Anne, Virginia—a county whose agricultural possibilities are unexcelled —a county whose waters are the home of the Lynnhaven oyster, with clams, crabs, seatrout, blue-fish, mackerel and other fish varieties in abundance; a county whose bays and inlets swarm with wild fowl; a county whose climate is mild in winter and tempered in summer by cooling ocean breezes. And whatever measure of credit there may be due for the appearance of Thk Times today, belongs to a num...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 May 1915

|Jrmcfß« 9nnc Ctmfs ~■ ■■ 1 ■ - 1 ■' —— Beach Combers. Th*j Sanitarium Mill open on next Thursday. •M*s. J. M. Richardson is stopping at the Mys. I. Epps of Norfolk, spent Sund»ymere with Mrs. Bilisoly. Tom Miller opens the Atlantic luff boarders on the loth. A. B. williams Is In PbiladHvisiting tier sick daughter. iflie Trices of Norfolk, will move Into their new cottage Saturday. Miss Carrol Simpson who lias been sink for a few days, is improving. Captain E. Munson reports large vatclues of gray trout oil Cape Henry. i M«. J. A. Morris and family ol York, are -pending May at the Arlington. Mr. J. Stanley Smith and family will occupy the Hughs' cottage for the season. Tl»e ladies of the Episcopal church whl give a musicale at the Casino in thenear future. The Misses Wales of Norfolk have come for the Summer and will oc copy their cottage. Mrs. Stewart white).nr I lias re turned from Washington and opened the Marlborough Mrs. C. C Winslow of North Carolina, will occupy (ir:i&amp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 May 1915

Che princess 3nne Ctmcs Flowers blooming. Rebuild the bulkhead. The Times aims to please. Rabbits seem plentiful hereabouts. Another prosperous season for the Beach. Our churches were well attended Sunday. Local items are solicited for puls lication. Vacation days now for t lie school children. Summer schedule is due in about two weeks. Guests are arriving at our hotels and cottages. Vegetable gardens hereabouts have an appetizing appearance. Salt air and invigorating breezes create voracious appetites. Norfolk Boy Scouts are contemplating making a idke here soon. The Times extends a cordial Invitation to Its patrons and friends to call and inspect its modest plant. Can you Imagine a town where no one ever advertised anything? Painting exteriors of buildings is strongly noticeable at this time. A good many surf bathers are taking advantage of tlie fine days. And don't forget to buy your Beach lot now while prices are reasonable. Cape Henry residents expect many visitors and are prep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 21 May 1915

VOLUME I. NUMBER 2. Officer f l ' - 4 \\ J, (I | | | ||| Cut u*hl by courtly of Norfolk l^dfet*l>U|Hteli. Some of the Determined Citizens Who Arc Engaged in Building The City of Virginia Beach CASINO OPENS MAY 29th. The Virginia Beach Casino opens Saturday, May 29th, having been placed in first-class condition throughout. Prof. Charles Borjes has charge of the musical end and that means all. The restaurant this season will be superior in all respects to anything heretofore offered, while Terpsichore will preside over one of the largest and l>est ballrooms in the South. Mr. Lee Carrier, formerly of New York, and late of the Cafe Dansant of the Monticello Hotel, to be on hand every evening to direct the dancing—which means that the ballroom will be run in a refined and exclusive manner. In short, everything for the comfort and pleasure of visitors and excursionists will be completed on opening day, and the cars will make special trips for the large crowds that ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 21 May 1915

®lje Crimea* 9nne tEimca Hcumheu Weekly by Tub Pbinlbhn anmb Publicuino Company. W, H KRENOER - - Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE lI.UO PER YEAR SIX MONTHS jtic. THREE MONTHS Sc Advertising Rates Given Upon AuiiUoaliun Virginia Beach, Virginia, Friday, May 21. 1915 THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. The sooner the people of this section get out of their heads the idea that Virginia Beach is a mere Summer resort—a camping place for frolic and fun during a few months of the year, the better it will be for the prospects of the community. Virginia Beach is not only a pleasure city, but it must become in constantly increasing degree a permanent city of residence and business, and this should be the goal in view. It is about time to revise the building ordinances here so as henceforth to eliminate the cheap and shoddy wooden residence that is frequently as unsightly as it is flimsy. People who build here should realize that economy of construction does not go with economy of material, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 21 May 1915

®be IJnnifM 3nnr Vime< Beach Combers. Mr. P. N. Wllllamsof Norfolk, Is at the Ocean Wave. Mr. J. W. Looson of Brooklyn, N. Y., Is a guest at tlie Driftwood. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Hanna spent Sunday at the Ocean Wave. Mr. Max Lawrence of Norfolk, was a guest of the Driftwood for the week-end. Mrs. Paul B. Howard will open the Wilkinson Cottage for the season on June first. Mrs. H. F. Miller opened the Atlantic Cottage on Wednesdy and is now ready for guests. Mr. and Mrs. VanSwerlngton of Norfolk, were guests at the Driftwood on Saturday. Mrs. Frank Lassiter and daughter of Petersburg, are spending tlie week at the Ocean Wave. Mr. W. H. H. Trice and family of Norfolk, have moved Into their new cottage for the season. Mr. J. C. Flynn and son. Dudley, of Newcastle. Pa., are here to spend a month at the Driftwood. Mr. David Stormont has begun the pumping in of poles for a tew fishing trap directly off the flume. Misses Mary Johnston and Bes.de Carrington of Richmond, are guests at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 21 May 1915

fhrimcßß 3nnc ttimcs HORRORS OF WAR. ‘‘War is Hell,” said Sherman. And this great plague and curse of the world, so long feared, has come at last. The nations of Europe are in deadly conflict. Ihe energies of men and of entire peoples are devoted to hatred and bitterness. All the hideous and accursed bitterness of the dark ages has returned again. Race hatred and religious hatred rule and justice is forgotten. There is no strength but that of the strongest murderer, no judgment rendered but on the bloody battle-field. Of the fourteen hundred millions of human beings on this earth nearly all pray t > some god. And the nations at war in Europe all pray to the same God. And it is a hideous, pathetic, pitiful sight which that God looks down upon as He turns His eyes toward the praying murderers looking up to Him, each asking for victory. "Help me, O God, to capture that town, though I kill all the women and children,” one ruler prays, and thinks that God will answer and help ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 28 May 1915

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 3. THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Monday Night's Meeting Was Largely Attended and Much Enthusiasm Was Shown. TOLD OF NEW HOTEL PLANS The most enthusiastic and interesting meeting yet held since the inauguration of the Chamber of Commerce took place on Monday night in Mason’s Hall, and it is to be hoped that the matters and improvements discussed will figure greatly in the history of a greater Virginia Beach. Attended by a large representation of charter members and the induction into the ranks of several new members, which will materially count towards a 200 membership, the meeting was called to order by President Grice, and “here!” “present!” was almost continuously answered to the roll-call by Secretary Meredith. Committees Make Reports. Reports of various committees were received and disposed of and the membership expressed its hearty commendation of the indefatigable energy they are putting forth toward the one unanimous object of one and all —visitor and property-owne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 28 May 1915

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 3. THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Monday Night's Meeting Was Largely Attended and Mach Enthusiasm Was Shown. TOLD OF NEW HOTEL PLANS The most enthusiastic and interesting meeting yet held since the inauguration of the Chamber of Commerce took place on Monday night in Mason’s Hall, and it is to be hoped that the matters and improvements discussed will figure greatly in the history of a greater Virginia Beach. Attended by a large representation of charter members and the induction into the ranks of several new members, which will materially count towards a 200 membership, the meeting was called to order by President Grice, and "here!” “present!” was almost continuously answered to the roll-call by Secretary Meredith. Committees Make Reports. Reports of various committees were received and disposed of and the membership expressed its hearty commendation of (he indefatigable energy they are putting forth toward the one unanimous object of one and all —visitor and property-owne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 28 May 1915

tEfje srmceo< 9nnc ®unc« Pi'iiitiiD Wiiili bt Tub Fhincbys Ann Firm.iamsu Company. W H. KRENGER, - - Editor and Uantcer SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 11.00 PER YEAH SIX MONTHS 50c: THREE MONTHS 25c Advertising Rates Given Upon Application Virgins Beach, Virginia. Friday, May 28, 1915 HOTEL A PRIME NECESSITY. I Following the communication of Mr. R. P. Andrews in last week’s issue of The Times on the necessity for a new hotel for Virginia Beach, we have received numerous letters and messages endorsing the idea. Mr. Andrews said, among other things, that a first-class hotel is an indispensible factor in the business and social life of a community. How much more this applies to a famous seaside resort than to the ordinary community does not need to be dwelt upon. The fame of Virginia Beach has been known for half a century to thousands in every section of the country. To let it be known at this late date that this famous resort does not even possess a first-class hotel, is not only humi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 28 May 1915

fhinrrss 9nne Stmts Beach Combers. < >oean View opens Saturday, May 29. Crabs are plentiful both In the Lake and in Rudy’s Inlet. A movement is on foot to establish a Y. M. C. A. at the Beach. Mrs. Howard and her guests opened the Wilkinson Cottage yesterday. Mrs. Ida Wilson Snead of Richmond. is visiting Mrs. T. F. Miller. General Loder of New York, is registered at Hie Atlantic Cottage. Miss Brinkley, who has been quite 111 for several weeks, is improving slowly. Miss Goss anti Miss Eugenia Goss of Richmond are guests at Hie Fltzbugh Cottage. Miss Perry is visiting Mr and Mrs. George Wilkinson, at Hie Wilkinson Cottage. Mr. J. I). Fentress of Norfolk, enjoyed Wednesday with Ids sister, Mrs. Etheridge. Mrs. I. M. Harris of Fentress, Va.. spent tlie week with her sister. Mrs T. L. Etheridge. Miss Marie Mac Mullen of Norfolk, is spending a week with Mrs. Burton on Ocean avenue. Mr. G. J. Anderson and family Mill move into one ol Mr Max Moser’s cottages Hits wed,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 28 May 1915

(Che IJnntcßß 3nnc (Cimeß THE ORIGINAL ARLINGTON Old Cape Charles Plantation Was the First American home of the Custis Family of Virginia. Notone person in a thousand-who ride down to Old Point, Norfolk and t lie South, or in t lie opposite direct ion. over the New York. Philadelphia and Norfolk railroad, have any idea that In passing through the lower end of the Itelawarc-Chesapeake jienln.su I a they are passing through one of tlie most historic sections of the count n -second only to Jamestown itself. It was but a few miles north of the southern extremity of this peninsula, close to one of Hie two jKitnts- Cajie Charles and Capo Henry -first seen by Newjxirt and ills band of adventurers when they were blown into Hie mouth of the Chesapeake, after having been driven all the night before under hare poles by a furious tempest Is now located Hie town of Cajie Charles, Hie foundation of which was laid when Hie railroad was built through the lower part of that peninsula. The town is lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 June 1915

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 4. WEEK OF RUN HELPS CROPS Brook of Droutti Should Mean Large Increase In Yield For the Farmers. RICH FARMS IN THIS COUNTY The welcome rains that have been falling for the past eight or ten days are worth millions of dollars to the farmer. Even here in Princess Anne county, to say nothing of the Tidewater section generally, the value of crops has been enhanced by these copious showers to the extent of thousands upon thousands of dollars. To be sure the temperature accompanying these rains has been chilly, below the normal, but this may only serve to make vegetation stronger and healthy, and with the advent of a bright and genial sun, now approaching, crops of all kinds will push forward by leaps and bounds; and the sturdy farmer of this peaceful and thrice blessed land should feel proud and thankful that his lot had been cast amid surroundings so favorable. A recent hurried visit down along the Norfolk Southern as far as Munden gave the writer glimpses of the homes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 June 1915

tEbc snnte«o 3nnc Ctmcs Published Weekly bt The Pbiscess Anne Publishing Company. W. H. FRKNI<KK - - Editor and Manaurr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE SIOO PER YEAR SIX MONTHS 30c; THREE MONTHS 25c Advertising Rates Given Upon Application Virginia Beach, Virginia, Friday, June 4, ISIS NORFOLK-VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD. The road between Virginia Beach and Norfolk is almost prohibitive to such automobilists as value their lungs, their clothes or their cars. In dry weathe this road is too dusty, in rainy a t is .oo ri c’.dy, ar.d n:i tIX i.. l/V v. . , w .. - is a ro , Joa. Be *. jen theoc cm i-o *l.o uc one of the most delightful rides possible to conceive of. There is a panorama of field and woodland along the entire route and at the end of it the spacious ocean. The ride through "The Hollies” is perhaps one of the most picturesque and charming in this entire section. But in the present condition of the roads automobilists would venture at their peril. When we consider the fact that wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 June 1915

Cfje fJrmcfßß 3nnc (Times KNOTT’S ISLAND . Interesting News budget Telling of the Crops, Marriages. Deaths and Other Invents on This Little North Carolina Island. To the Kdiloi Princess Anne Times: While in Norfolk Sat unlay I learned that Princess Anne county, Va., had a county paper published at Virginia Beach, and as our little island is a near neighbor of Princess Anne, and our people have much intercourse in many w ays w it h Princess Anne people. 1 will give you a few items to puiv llsli, hoping they may i>e of interest to people down this way. Crops on ttie island are not as good as we had hoped they would lie. though there is time enough yet fora good yield. Cirri looks well, hut owing to tire d rout h and cold w eat her Irish potatoes are not promising. Tire outlook for sweet potatoes is satisfactory and we anticipate plenty ot them. Corn and Irish potatoes an our main dependence in the crop line, and no one ever dreads starving to deatli down in this n£ck o'-the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 June 1915

tCbf Ihrimcßß flniw tEime* AFFAIRS AT THE BEACH. Miss Gertrude Waterfield, of Norfolk, spent Monday at the Reach, the guest of her aunt. Mrs. J. J. Dosher. And while V'irginla Reach is pushing forward in sundry lines It is in order for her live young men to begin the organization of a band. Although Virginia Reach has a jail and a thousand population, there Is little use for the former, the dishonest and rowdy being conspicuous by their absence. During the current week two poor unfortunates loaded up with a good-sized Jag and landed behind the bars to solier up, repent and “swear off" again—until the next time. The dancing at the Casino is be ginning to draw to that popular amusement resort large gatherings of young people who delight in the pleasures of Terpischore. The floor in charge of Prof. Lee Carrier, late of the Cafe Dansant of the Montlcello Hotel, Norfolk, and music by Prof. Charles Borjes are a guarantee of the refined, exclusive and up-to-date manner in which ttie dancin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 June 1915

®)e princess Unite VOLUME 1. NUMBER 5. A Narrow Escape from Being Drowned Last week during the storm, Mr. Barcroft, the Mail Carrier between Virginia Beach and False Cape had a narrow escape from drowning near the Club House at Back Bay. His horse got stuck in a hole which was so situated that it could not be seen from the Club House. The horse had dislocated his hip is straining to get out of the hole. Mr. Bancroft worked with him for three hours without success when he tied the horse to a nearby stump and made his way to Mr. Roe’s for assistance. The horse is still incapacitated, perhaps beyond recovery. Services are held every Sunday morning at eleven o’clock in Galilee Episcopal church.— Sunday School held nine-thirty. Rev. Edward Patton Minor, Rector. The collapse of a tine brick dwelling at Ocean View through the undermining of its foundation by an unusually high tide should serve notice upon all prospective builders of houses in proximity to the Beach that the foundations of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 June 1915

®tjr princess 9nne tEimt* Pubi.ihbed Weekly by The Paimcem Abbe Publishing Company W. H FRENOER - - Editor uid Minuet SUBSCRIPTION PRICE II DO PER YEAR SIX MONTHS jOc; THREE MONTHS He Advertising Ritn (liven I'uon Application Virginia Raich. Virginia, Friday, June 11, ISIS A PROPOSITION THAT MERITS ATTENTION. Last week we gave notice of a letter of importance to appear in this issue and which communication will be found elsewhere in these columns. Upon reflection we believe that the idea therein set forth will be found to con-, stitute one of the most logical and valuable suggestions ever tendered looking to the advancement of Virginia Beach and the efficiency of our Army and. Navy. The article is by a gentleman of distinction in literature whose high capabilities as a scholar and a thinker are acknowledged and appreciated by the State. Whatever he has to say, whether it be in the realm of poesy or about the matter-of-fact things of ordinary aifairs, is always of importance, and his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 June 1915

snmr** flnne Cimr* A NOVEL SUGGESTION. Correspondent Would Have Army and Navy Contribute to Pleasure and Profit of Virginia Beach. To the Editor Princess Anne Times; Among the many suggestions looking to the advancement and picturesqueness of your great seaside resort there is one which seems to have been entirely overlooked and I should be glad of tlie opportunity to first give it publicity. It Is not generally appreciated at its real value what a tremendous asset is possessed by this section In tlie location here of the several navy and army posts. The presence of U. S. soldiers and sailors upon our streets is so familiar a sight as to attract little attention and insplrescant contemplation on tlie part of the native, yet nevertheless we all know tlie Immense Interest that is aroused when there is an occasional parade of these regularson tlie streets of Norfolk when practically tlie entire population turns out to witness the spectacle. And there are few tilings more designed to ar...

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