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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 June 1915

tt&e Jtartncm Snnr ®imr* AFFAIRS AT THE REACH. CAPE HORN’S GHOST SHIP. Ths Rssky Phantom That Luroo Passing Vssssis Ints Pant. Manners sailing from Europe to the west by way of Oapc Horn have often been startled by eomething that looked, like a derelict with the waters washing over her deck. The ill fated Crown of Italy was standing close to the jagged black rocks at the entrance of the strait of Le Maire when she sighted what stained to be a waterlogged bark drifting on the rocks of the strait. Presently the phantom ship disappeared, and soon afterward the Crown of Italy herself went fast ashore and was broken up by the waves. About seven years ago the Norwegian bark Servia got into Seattle with a tale of the “ghost ship” that almost exactly corresponded with that told by the crew of the Crown of Italy. The numerous reports of a derelict that appeared and disappeared like a phantom led the government of Argentina to look into the matter. A tender went out from the nearb...

Publication Title: Princess Anne Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 18 June 1915

VOLUME I. NUMBER 6 MANY SUNOAYSCHOOLS Vlrglili Buck Favorable with ill Reiigioos Deaoninitions fir thilr PlCllH)flfliß|S That Virginia Beach possesses all the advantages required to make it an ideal resort for Sunday School picnics is being evidenced every day by the arrival of one and some times twoschools from the same town or city— Norfolk, Portsmouth and Berkley sending their schools to breathe the pure free air of the ocean, to plunge in the invigorating and exhilorating surf, to romp, swing, ride the hobby horses and to enjoy the sweet strains of music and the great variety of attractions that a sojourn at the sea-side affords. And then as to the ride to the Beach over the Norfolk Southern electric or steam lines —it is simply one of the most refreshing and enjoyable little trips that can be taken. There is no dust, no loss of time, no jerking of cars, and the trip from start to finish is a round of real enjoyment to big and little people. On Wednesday' of this week, that is o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 18 June 1915

je fhrincese* 3nnc Sums Published Weekly by The PiucbsAsyi Publishing Cobban*. W. H. FRENUER - - Editor »ml SUBSCRIPTION PRICE II.OU PER YEAR SIX MONTH!* 50c THREE MONTHS 25c Advertising Rite* (ilveu l oon AnnlicaUon Virginia Beach, Virginia, Friday, June 18, ISIS ALL TO GETHER FOR THE NEW BEACH HOTEL. The report of the committee appointed by the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce, to raise funds for the erection of a suitable hotel, which was handed in to the meeting of that body Monday night, was of most favorable character. That the hotel will be built now seems sure. The plans of the new “ Princess Anne Hotel ” give promise of a palatial structure equal to) the finest and best of the famed resort hostelries of the nation. This is as it should be, and those who have set this great enterprise in motion should be satisfied with nothing less. It was announced that the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce would engage in a whirlwind campaign for subscriptions to the new hotel stock. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 18 June 1915

Cbe srinces« 9nnt Vimts Throughout Virginia. At the recent Confederate reunion In Richmond, S,DOu veterans were served with lunch along the line of march. Luther Canter, who murdered Mr . James Wilson, near Bristol, was electrocuted In Richmond last week. The Williamsburg Institute for Young Ladies, closed last week for the Summer Vacation, after a highly successful session. I'ollceman William A. Ferguson, fifty-three years old, sel/.ed with a lit of temporary insanity, killed himself in Alexandria, Monday, by shooting. In the absence of the family of Preston iHxlson, near Lynchburg, his house was burned. Fifty dollars In cash was lost, leaving Mr. Hudson In destitue circumstances. Mr. Alexander Forward, Secretary to the Governor, sends the Times a check for the paper for one year, with directions to have it sent to tiie executive office. Mrs. Win. Inscore, a bride of three weeks, died at Hie Virginia Hospital, Tuesday, from a dose of poison, selfadministered. No cause assigned for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 18 June 1915

tEbe JJrtnttß* 3nnr Ctmtß AFFAIRS AT THE BEACH. Mrs. H. H. Little is spending a few days with Mrs Barton Myers at her cottage. Mias Gertrude Dosher is oil on a visit of several weeks to friends and relatives at Hickory. Va. Mrs. A. J. Frenger has returned from a three month visit to relatives and trie nds in Florida. Dr. Edward E. Golden and Mrs. Golden of Washington, D. C., are guests at the Hughes Cottage Mrs Lucy M Biggs of Norfolk has come to the Beach and taken the Greenwood Cottage for the Summer. Mrs. T. W McGan and Miss Katherine McGan are spending a few weeks at Spotswood Arms, Virginia Beach. Mr. and Mrs Whitfield Roberts and childrenof Richmond. Va.. have rented the Chesterfield Cottage for June.* Little Miss Mary Edwards of Jacksonville. Fla., is on a visit to her grand-fat her and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Frenger. • The Sterling Bungalo, on 22d streer is now occupied by Mrs. Garnet Snyder, of Richmond. She will remain until September Ist. Mrs. Charles Brlckell of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 25 June 1915

VOLUME 17. NUMBER . AFFAIRS AT THE BEACH. Miss Ida W. Snead is stopping at the Carrington. Mrs. Max Moser and daughter have returned from an extended northern trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fantone spent the week end with her mother at the White cottage. Dr. Whitehead has been very busy cleaning up around his cottage on 16th street. Mr. Pointer, the new telegraph operator, took charge at the 17th street station last Monday. Mr. W. S. McClanan is now at home in his attractive new residence down at Lake Station. Mrs. Edward Benson has returned home to Richmond after a visit at the Burbank Cottage. E. B. Downing and J. D. Slattery, of Norfolk, spent Thursday at the Beach and had a plunge in the briny deep. Mrs. Bender, and Miss Pierce of Norfolk, and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, of Washington, are stopping at the Atlantic. Miss Lillie White, of Virginia Beach, has been transferred from Washington, to Brooklyn as naval trained nurse. Miss Annie Pierce of Norfolk is preparing to build a residence on M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 25 June 1915

Che fJrtncess Slime Suites PIBLISHfII WKKKIO BV Tim i’HIMK A.'M. IVbi.ohin* Cohpam W. H FKENUKH - - Ivltl-.i mill Minin r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *l.«w PKK YEAR SIX MONTHS ;**•: THREE MONTHS ■-■ A<lvprtl»lnir Knto Olvmi IT«m AwK‘ain'll Virginia Beach. Virginia, Friday, June 23, 1915 GROWING POPULARITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. The crowds at the Beach arc growing daily. No one w ithin a hundred miles of this famous resort should fail to visit it at least once during the summer. Here it is that earth and sea and sky unite to dower the scene with charm and beauty. The great ocean spreads its broad expanse before the wondering eye. The soft zephyrs that come across hundreds of miles of field and pine forests arc constant in their ministrations making the ozone a true elixir of life, and the days of pleasure are suicided by nights of repose. Ii would therefore be strange, indeed, if the population of this delightful section did not increase with each succeeding season. THE LITTLE BUSY BEE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 25 June 1915

®tie |JnnrEßo 9nnc Simt* The Old Dominion. Buena Vista, June 23.—0 n Friday, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Vest and T. T. Dickinson and daughter, Miaa Sallie. left for tiie Panama Exposition. the former going by tiie way of Norfolk and Western Railway. West Point, June 23. Tiie prospect Is that West Point w ill have a hotel in the near future for the entertainment of summer boarders, tourists and others. Samuel England and wife, originally of Scranton, Pa., recently proprietors of Hotel Victoria, Va., bought the ‘‘Terminal'’at West Point and are getting it In order for an opening in tiie near future. Newport News, June 23.—Although the Virginia Hankers Association lias a total membership of 348, twentythree of the members today placed the association on record as l»elng op posed to the use of intoxicating drinks at tiie annual banquets and when the body assembles around the festal board next year, the thirsty members w ill have to enjoy the meals without any liquors. Houston, Va. June 23.—The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 25 June 1915

she princess 3nnt Cimef Mrs Rowland Flanagan Is very sick at her home on Pacific street. Mrs W. E. Williams Is visiting her mother In Mathews county. Mrs. W. F. Griggs who has been very sick for the past two weeks Is now Improving. Mrs. T. L. Etheridge who has been sick for a couple of weeks is now able to be about, Mr. and Mrs. 11. R. Holland went out touring in their new automobile last Sunday. Miss Mary Garber, of Richmond, who has been on a visit to Mrs J. P. Jones has returned to her home. Mrs. A. V. Forrest is expecting a visit from her father and mother. Mr. and Mrs, F. L. Wood of Springfield, Mass. It Is reported that W. T. Jarvis and Tom Stormont towed a party to Norfolk from the Casino last Sunday night who missed tiie last car. The ladies aid society of the Methodist church met at t lie home of Mrs Ed. Wldte on Tuesday LMnd to arrange for the fourth of July dinner. F. J. Cooley, Electrician, is always prepared to do your electrical work. He is a hustler and deserves consi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 July 1915

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 8 AFFAIRS AT THE BEACH. After several weeks illness Mrs. W. F. Griggs is able to go about. Mrs. Rowland Flanagan is now able able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Hlake have taken the cottage of E. C. Rice fur the summer. Miss Kate Mead of Richmond is sojourning at the Ocean Wave. Mrs. Barton Myers has lieen ill and confined to lied for several days. The register of Ocean Wave cottage shows signs of increasing business. Mrs. T. R. Harrison lias returned to the Chesterfield and is ready for guests. Mrs. J. 11. F. Leigh of Cam ille is spending the summer at the Atkinson cottage. Mr. Frank Burk of Richmond, Is visiting Mrs Snyder at the Sterling bungalow. Mr. W. P. Griggs lias gone to North Carolina in quest of timber. If successful lie will locate Ids mill. *’Lest they forget" 'tls well to remind them the primary takes place August 3d. Mr. W. A Pollard and family have left the Ferebee and gone to‘22d street. They occupy the "Skagway" cottage. Mr and Mrs Win. Moore of Norfolk h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 July 1915

®fje fJnntegß 9nne limes Published Weekly bt The Pribcess Abbe Publishing Company. W. H PREMIER - - Editor and Manager Application for entry as Second Class Matter , at the post office at Vinrlnla Reach. Pendlnu. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE SI.OO PER YEAR SIX MONTHS 50c; THREE MONTHS £*■ Advertising Rales Given I’pon Application , Vir|inia Beach, Virginia. Friday, July 2, ISIS A WORD ABOUT ROADS. Whenever a group of farmers come together the road question is sure to come up. It is a vital question with them. Some one is resentful that big sums of money should be expended building highways while others endorse it as wise economy. Civilization is a matter of school houses and transportation. Land values are governed largely by adjacent roads. If Princess Anne had appropriated thousands upon thousands of dollars for roads years ago,—and expended it wisely, she would be one of the richest counties in Tidewater Virginia today. It is true that taxes are burdensome. But if a macadam or other solid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 July 1915

£tie princess 3nne Z\xnt% Musi You Spank the Baby? In this contrary and illogical world there are countless unpleasant duties one must face and perform, but no other one of them wrenches the heart as does the homely business of spanking baby. Baby must be spanked—that is conceded. But how much one would prefer putting his hand in the fire! When baby has done some forbidden thing and looks up with a mischievous laugh that acknowledges guilt, but half dares you to punish, what shall you do? When you thump her lightly on the head or hand, she crows with delight. She thinks you have caught the spirit of the joke. You repeat the thump, and then her eyes, suddenly grown serious, search your face quickly to see whether, after all, you are heartless. Every fiber of you yearns to pet her and coax the smiles back to her face, but duty interposes and you scowl ferociously and thump again to clinch the matter. Baby’s eyes are no longer queslioningly serious, her question has been answered, and ...

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

(Tljc princess 3nne (Times At The Beach. The Beach jail is empty. Will it be so Monday night? Our long-delayed paper cutter has at last got to the Beach depot, and will soon be installed. # Monday, July sth will be observed as Fourth of July holiday. The Beach will be thronged Monday with great crowds of excursionists. A hearty welcome is extended to one and all. Vegetable carts are now in evidence. They daily arrive with garden luxuries to appease hungry Beach ites. Items of local interest to residents of the Beach and throughout the county are. always welcomed by the editor. Bring or send them in. Don’t hesitate. The heavy rains of several weeks back are being followed by a spell of dry weather and now vegetation is beginning to droop but not die. A big banner of “Welcome” greets our visitors. Come and feel at home? It is your town! Come and be at home. Nothing too good for you. The Masonic fraternity of Princess Anne Court House, Lodge No. 26, is schelued to meet in regular sessi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 July 1915

VOLUME I. NUMBER 9. AFFAIRS AT THE BEACH Summer dullness has no abiding place about the Beach. Twenty-four days and then the primary. it is better to lie famous than rich, but we'd rather be both. L»r. Man of Henderson. X.C, Is the guest of Mrs. Homer Atkinson. Fancy embroidering of all kinds neatly dune by Mrs. A. J. Frenger, at Virginia Heacli Hotel. Hr. R. E. Whitehead of Kenipsvllle was at the Beach Monday and called at our sanctum. Come again. Kevlll Glennan, piscatorial artist of repute, lias gone up the Hay on an angling expedition. Man's wisdom points out Ids own Imperfections, while Ids Ignorance magnifies virtues that do not exist. One lone unfortunate occupied Hie Beach basille Monday. Only a drunk — that's all. The name of Rev. H. J. Alfriend of Kempsvllle is on our list and the gentleman will he heard from later on. Candidates for office are now putIng in their lies! licks. "Making hay while the sun shines.” as it were. Dress-making and all klndsof fancy sewing by Mrs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 July 1915

®|)t fkiutesa 3nne Cuncs Published Weekly by The Princess Anne Publishing Company. W. H. PREMIER - - Editor and Manager Application for entry as Second Class Matter at the post office at Virginia Beach, pending. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 11. UO PER V EAR SIX MONTHS 30c; THREE MONTHS ;.V Advertising Rates Given Upon Application Virginia Beach, Virginia, Friday, July H, ISIS WESTMORELAND DAVIS FOR GOVERNOR. Announcement has been made that the honors for the Virginia Democratic Gubernatorial nomination in 1917 will be shared with Messrs. Taylor Ellyson and Garland Pollard by Mr. Westmoreland Davis of Loudoun county. This will make a threecornered race in which the voters of the State will have difficulty in choosing the best man from among a trio of most excellent citizens and public servants. While Mr. Davis has not yet had time to impress his views in detail upon subjects at issue, yet his past utterances and tine public record give ample evidence that he isa statesman fully acquainted with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 July 1915

(She princess 9nne (Cunts Taking of the Bastile. The celebration of July 4,1915, is among the things that were in the United States, but what the Fourth is to Americans the 14th of July has the same significance to the Frenchman. The French army that come to assist the American colonies in the Revolutionary struggle returned to their own country with a love for republican institutions. This, combined with other causes, principally the accumulated wrongs inflicted on the people of France for many centuries, by Kings and Nobles, raised a storm which swept from that beautiful land, forever, all traces of feudalism. The Bastile was a strong fortress and prison in the city of Paris, in the gloomy and mysterious cells of which many a poor victim of arbitrary power expatiated sol Vie offense to Monarch or Noble, or perhaps some fancied slight to a powerful and vindictive courtesan. On the 14th of July, 1789, the people of Paris arose in their strength and, after a fierce and bloody struggl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 July 1915

(Cte srince«« 3nn t (Eimts The Times office has on file the application of a very responsible and neat appearing middle aged man for a position as caretaker or watchman. Tills applicant we know personally and will guarantee entire satisfaction to the lucky man or tlrm securing his services. He Is strictly sober, industrious and reliable. The unsightly growth of brush, briers, weeds and Junglcd mass of vines, on and adjacent to the site of the old Princess Anne Hotel has been removed unoer supervision of Director G. W. Simpson of Chamber of Commerce. Now for that big hotel. Let the work proceed. The rumor circulated about the Beach all day Thursday that a youth had his skull fractured by falling from a car near 24th street, proved false. The gasolene pump at the city flume used for forcing sea water into the lakes has been idle since Saturday. Shortage of fresh water supply in the reservoir, required to work the pump, is assigned as the cause. Under the inspiraliun of John Barleycorn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 July 1915

VOLUME I. NUMBER 10. AFFAIRS ATJHE BEACH Ttie Wilson Cottage is filled to its capacity. The Ferebee has every room in the building tilled. Robert ramiill of New York is on a visit to his mother at the Wild Rose. The Blue Sea cottage has been tilled through! the Encampment. Mrs. Logue of the Hrlftwood said her cottage was full to the roof. The corrected schedule of the Norfolk Southern appears In this issue. Mrs. Samuel McZimmer of Petersburg lias taken ttie Ashburn Cottage for the Summer. Dr. and Mre. Massle and Miss Evelyn Van Meter of Lexington, Ky., are at the Hancock Cottage. We are glad to report our local fishermen are still having luck though the •Tuns" are nut as large as desired. Mrs. Nellie Higgins and Mrs. William Higgins and grand-daughter, of Norfolk are visiting at Mr. Allen's. Miss Carrol Frances Simpson has gone on a visit of several weeks to Miss Mary Farrell of Nansemond county. Rev. George Claiborne of Georgia, classmate of Rev. Miner, held services in Galilee Cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 July 1915

®be ffrincestf 3nnc (Rimes Published Weekly by The Princess Anne Publishing Company. W. H. FRENGEK. - - Editor and Manavcr Application for entry a> Second Class Matter at the post office at V Irvin in Reach, pendiinr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 11.00 PER YEAR SIX MONTHS 30c: THREE MONTHS liac Advertising Rates Given I*pon Application Virginia B«ach, Virginia, Friday. July 16. ISIS CROWDED TO REPLETION. It appears to us that even the most casual observer has witnessed that quite too many parents influenced largely by a false pride, are encouraging their sons to become lawyers, doctors,ministers of the gospel, etc., under the delusive hope that these professions open the pathway to success in life if not to distinction. There could be no graver error than this. The professions are now crowded to repletion. If evidence were wanted as to the truth of this, one need only to refer to the large number of young men attending theological seminaries of the various religious denominations in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 July 1915

(Tlje princess 3nne (Times HUMAN SNOBBERY Fountain Inn, S. C.. Tribune We don’t know what the explanation is unless it be that snobbery is a quality as natural to humans as keen sense of smell is to hounds, but it is an accepted fact that most people have a sort of craving to “be somebody in society.” “Being somebody” in society does not by any means necessitate the possession of any unusual degree of intelligence; neither is it necessary that one be possessed of money, or official position, or even “ancestors.” We know that it is generally assumed that the thing we call society is composed of persons who possess wit, high position, distinguished ancestors and unlimited wealth. But that assumption is almost entirely wrong. As a matter of fact, many persons who have great wealth have tried for years to become an accepted part of "society,” but without success. And nearly all men and women of exceptional wit and intelligence shun “society” —not because they are too serious for relaxat...

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