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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 July 1915

Cbe Princess 3nne (Times OUR KEMPSVILLE LETTER Old Glory Council No. 253 Election and Installation of Officers — Banquet July 21st, Rempville, Va., July 14, ’ls- - H. Frenger. Editor Princess Anne Times: My dear Sir: At a meeting of the Jr. O. A. M., Old Glory Council No. 233 of Rempsville last evening the attention of the Council was called to your fine paper “The Princess; Anne Times,” by the Rev. R. J. Alfriend, Chaplain of the Council. On motion the paper was cordially endorsed, and the members urged to subscribe to same as an act of appreciation of your patriotic efforts to further the progress of our historic county of Princess Anne. The following new officers were installed for the new term beginning July Ist, viz: Fdgar I. Herrick Councelor J. C. Wood Vice Councelor J. B. Bassette, ..Asst. Rec. Sec. Walter Halstead Outside Sen. Rev. R. J. Alfriend Chaplain J. G. Petree Fin. Secretary J. L. Hargrove Trustee Thos. H. Peters Conductor W. H. Talley John B. Hoggard Treasurer B. R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 23 July 1915

VOLUME 1. NUMBER I AFFAIRS AT THE BEACH The First has gone. The Beach greets the Second: W. T. Jarvis was out again Tuesday from a weeks attack of tousollHs. Mias Alice Stolleiiwerkof Baltimore is at the Burhank cottage for the season. The cots secured for use in the Princess Anne Inn have followed the big tent gone back to Norfolk. Tiie Princess Anno Times has been admitted to the mails as second class matter. * On account of insufficient typographical assistance we are a few hours late this week. m Rev. (i. W. Oritlln having relinquished the Uudolph cottage, it will now be ociupied till* tetober 1 by Prof. Paul Spence and family of Norfolk. W. T. Harrison, proprietor of the Hillside Hairy, is furnishing pure cream, milk and mineral water tociiizens in any part of the city. Mr. and Mrs. E. (.'. James of South Boston were at the Encampment.— They also paid a visit to their brother, A. B. James. The heavy rains Tuesday afternoon and night demonstrated that the! drainage at the rifle ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 23 July 1915

lEtje srmccss 3nnc (Times PUBLISHED WnKIT BT THE PhINCESS ASSI Publishing Company. W. U FRENGER, - - Editor and Manager Application for entry as Second Class Matter at the post office at Virginia Heacb, pending. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ft.oo PER YEAR SIX MONTHS .Vic; THREE MONTHS aic Advertising Rates (liven I'tani Application Virginia Beach, Virginia, Friday, July 23. ISIS LET’S HAVE THE BOULEVARD Repeatedly at intervals during the past decade the discussion of a proposed boulevard between Virginia Beach and Norfolk has engaged the attention of newspaper readers, but to sum it up poetically the seasons come and the seasons go and there’s nothing doing here below. We pointed out in a recent issue of the Times that the present road between Virginia Beach and Norfolk is for automobiles practically prohibitive, in wet weather on account of the mud. in dry weather on account of the dust. Considering the enormous number of automobiles in . Norfolk, Virginia Beach and vicinity, a well construc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 23 July 1915

st)e srincrs* 3nne (Ernies HERE AND THERE Covington, Va., is to have a new 112,000 reservoir. Harry K. Thaw has gone to his old home in Pittsburg and is stopping witn his mother. Carrie Hale, white woman, is in jail at Bedford on the charge of killing her infant. Daniel K. Witt, aged 56, telegraph operator, was run down and killed by an engine Monday in the vicinity of Lynchburg. The peach crop this year in some sections of the State is reported unusually large and quality fiine. For watermelons and corn the weather is just exactly right, and bathing at Virginia Beach is fine. A. B. Wright of Elizabeth city was struck by lightning Friday evening. At last accounts he had not regained consciousness. Ten thousand reindeer are to be furnished from Norway for slaughtering for the German army. Pearl street Methodist church of Elizabeth City was struck by lightning last Friday. The building was set on fire but the flames were put out by the fire department. Harry Carter, a 17 year old boy,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 23 July 1915

Cbe princess 3nnc (Times dCBSCBIPTION PRICE SI.OO PER YEAR SIX MONTHS &h'. THREE MOUTHS lise AUvertWlnir Ratt** Given Cpon Application i Entered at the pmtofflec at Vinrlnla Beach. Vinrinia. ts •*H*on<l-clav*mail matter. lun*3u IHIS. under the Act of March It. Kl'.l FRESH WATER PEARLS. Tha Luca That Kaapa Our Muatal Dredger* Hard at Work. “You don't hear much about fresh water pearls,” said a Maiden lane jewelry dealer, “hut we raise them in this country just the same, and you may. be surprised to know that their annual product runs up into the millions —not very far, of course, as do imported salt water pearls, but far enough to reach with the pearl buttons made from the shells to a value of about $7,000,000. “These pearls come from the bivalve know n as the mussel and there are several varieties. The great bulk of them come from the Mississippi river and its tributaries. The Mississippi valley pearl Ushers are not at all of the same class as their confreres ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 23 July 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

immmm wiwuoi imwimw I Only Paper I I in the •> ' County 4 immmm immidm immmm * VOLUME 3. NUMBER 10. AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEACH Brief Paragraphs Picked Up Hera and There About the City— Coming and Going of People, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. T. W. Henderson, and wife, of Norfolk, are guests of Miss Margaret Howard. Miss Annette Moore of Lynch burg, is stopping at the Westmoreland cottage. M iss Mary Overman, of Portsmouth, has been a recent guest of Miss Marie Stauder. at her home on Broad Bay. The Christian Encampment is in session at the Auditorium this week. The attendance is not as large as usual, owing probably t* \ ar conditions. Misses Evelyn Butcher of Petersburg and Laura Blanton of Richmond, w’he have been' guests at the Pocahontas have j returned home. Misees Virginia Southgate and Blanche Bradford are guests of Miss Martha M. Watters at her cottage. Mrs. William Fitts, and her daughters, Misses Highland and Eleanor Fitts, of Washington are spending some tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

CITIES FORMING HOME GUARDS Companies Will Be Second Line of Police Defense. PROTECTION FROM ALIENS Men Eligible tor Draft Are Not Being Accepted—State Council of Defense Issues Statement As To Work of Home Guard In Other States. Richmond. — In more than 200 communities in Virginia home guard companies have already been organized, and throughout the State there is great interest tnainfested In the movement, which was outlined recently by Governor Henry C. Stuart. It was at his sug gestion that the bodies have already b**en organized and when the needs of Virginia have become more crystalized in this matter the work of State-wide organization will be under taken. Similar action is being taken by other States of the country, and the situation is said to be well proelded for. The Virginia Council of Defense gave out a statement dealing with Die subject of organization of these home guard companies. This statement deals with what has been done In other States, and contains a sum Inary of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

~ < WBWEBk*. I—Von1 —Von Bethmnnn-Hollwog, who. ns Imperial chancellor, has been the center of a storm or dissension In H> many. 2 —Practice bayonet charge over a fence in one of the training camps of the Officers’ Reserve corps. 3 French Indies of Moy driven to Held work by the Hermans who occupied the town; the photograph was found on a captured Herman officer. 4 —Lieut. Oen. L. O. Kornlloff, commander of the Russian army In Halida and captor of Halle*. NEWS REVIEW OF THE PAST WEEK President’s Embargo on Foods and Other Supplies. Hard Blow at Enemy. AMERICAN CROPS TO 8E BIG Russians. in Tremendous Drive on Lefnberg, Break Through Teuton Line—Governmental Crisis in Germany May Result in Internal Reforms. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. The matter of food. Its production and control, is becoming more important daily as a factor la ending Hie war. The international aspect was brought sharply to the front last ■w eel when President Wilson proclaimed an embargo on shipments...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

She 3mtc Cams Published livery Friday at V Irgluia beach, Va. CHARLES P. BTOWELL Editor and Proprietor SIJHSCHII’TION I'KICE 11.00 PER YEAR SIX MONT US .We: THREE MONTHS 2i ; Advertising Hates Given Cnon Aiiullcaiiou Entered at the postoflice at Virginia Beach. \ ji'irlnia. as second-class mail matter, lune ;» i IVIS. under the Act ot March 3. W7!>.l EDITORIAL, Etc Every cheerful thought points the way to another. Tell a boy he is no good and you w ill help him to be so. We are often indebted to our imagination for three fourths of our importance. You can at least put youi pride in your pocket when it is empty. If you have more preserving jars than you can till, lend them to a win wil let them work for the Nation , A quart of canned peaches oi tomatoes on the shelf is wo th a bushel rotting on the gio-tud. Some neighbor surely can eat or put up surplus products from your place. Don’t have an empty preserving jar in your neighborhood next fall. A Great Future. We wonder if...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

" KEPT THEM GUESSING. •Jr John Soani and Hia Celebrated Postmortem Joko. One of the most famous of postmortem jokes was that perpetrated by the doaor of the celebrated Sonne museum of pictures and othex valuable objets dart to England, the late Sir John Soane, who died in 1837. In his will Sir John made provision for the opening of three sealed rupboaids on certain specified dates in the presence of the trustees. In ISfitJ — that is to say, almost thirty years after the death of the testator—the first of the mysterious receptacles was with much ceremony and breaking of seal* opened in the presence of a committee of men, with the then presV dent of the Royal academy, Sir F. Grant, at their head. Instead of a priceless treasure or some evidence that would throw an entirely new light upon some doubtful incident in political history the contents of the cupboard proved to ba worthless accounts, letter* and station Twenty years passed by, and the interest that had smoldered after the disa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

WATCH YOUR CROPS Always Keep a Sharp Lookout for Many Insect Pests. Farmers Should Provida Themselves With Poisons and Then Keep Vigil for First Outbreak of Enemies of Farm Crops. fPreparad by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Much of the destruction to crops by Insect pests Is due to the failure of tanners and fruit growers to detect an outbreak at its beginning, and to delay to getting the necessary combative material. Farmers who provide themselves with insect poisons and then keep a vigil for the first outbreaks of crop enemies will bring through the largest yields. That a great part of the annual loss to grain crops due to Insect Injuries can be avoided by vigilance and vigorous action on the part of growers is not sufficiently realized. Frequently Insect outbreaks originate within a limited area, and when this Is the case It Is often quite possible to stamp them out before any great damage has been done. If the outbreak Is general, then community action la essentia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

Druggist's Experience Wltb Kidney Medicine I have handled and sold Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Hoot for some time and have heard customers claim that it had produced very satisfactory results in different ailments of the kidnevs, liver and bladder. I ha\e nothing but favorable reports at hand and my personal opinion is that there is not anything on the market that will equal Swamp-Root for disease of the kidneys, liver kbd bladder and I know of a physician who is a very strong believer in the merits of Swamp Root. Very truly yours, THE J. M. WATTS MERC. STORE, J. M. WATTS. Sept. ». 1918. WattsviUe, Mias Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yom Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles for sale at all drug stores. —Adv. Its Play. "I sec the hand o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

Better Fanning in the South orohTaTl ramiztßS early Railroad Service is a Serious Problem —Fertilizer Dealers W ill Be Required to Accumulate Orders So That Full Carloads Onlv Shall Be Shipped—Railway Authorities Say Fertilizers Can Be Handled in Half Number of Cars Ordinarily Used A War Measure. \ Farm Service Bureau, Atlanta, Qa. C. A Whittle, The world Is hungry. To get more food Is an alarming problem. How can the farms produce more food when labor is so scarce 7 How can more acres be planted to food crops or how can more work b< given the acres usually planted with out more labor? Increase of labor is hardly to be expected, but there Is one important means of help which the Southern farmet has been utilizing in the past and that is Fertilizer. But this too is beset with difficulties. Fertilizer can Increase production without Increasing labor except a' harvest time. The warring nations appreciate this fact, and are giving ail the encouragement they can to tin use of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 20 July 1917

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

I Only Paper I * in the * County VOLUME 3. NUMBER 12. AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEACH Brief Paragraphs Picked Up Here and There About the City—Coning and Going of People. Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. Dr. Barton I’itts lias pu rchaaed the Pergola cottage of J. I*. Juntos, anti Is making considerable Improvement thereto. This excessively hot weather, more than ever, brings to our miixl the need of a drink inn fountain for hors es, conveniently located in the center of our town. ' J. V. M. Berkley has resigned Ids position with the 11. I’. Holland Co., and gone to Petersburg, where he has entered the employ of a large tobacco company. W. L. Taylor has taken Ids place in the Holland store. We trust our readers will pardon our abbreviated news column this week. We are very much crowded on account of the Supervisors and liuad Commissioners reports. We promise to make up the deficiency nest week. Considerable sport lias been enjoyed lately by visiting sportsmen, tishing off Hie end of the fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

I —Two women victims ot a German air raid on London being taken to tlieir homes from a hospital. -—lTemler Kerensky, now dictator of Russia, reviewing some of his troops, “ Soldiers In the Gettysburg training camp being taught the most necessary French words and phrases. 4 —King Vajlrvudh of Slam, who has declared that a state of war exists between his country and Germany and Austria-Hungary. NEWS REVIEW OF THE PAST WEEK % McAdoo Startles Congress by Asking $5,030,000.000 Wore for War. TRANSPORT PROBLEM 13 BIG Shipping Board Quarrel Ended by Change of Personnel—Russia’s Military Collapse in Galicia Complete —French Repulse Tremendous German Attacks. By EDWARD W. PICKARD, The United States is having impressed upon it iho magnitude of the war in which it has embarked, and is beginning to realize that it must be fought through to a victorious finish at tremendous cost In money, energy and, doubtless, life. The money end of It was brought sharply to the attention of congress last Tuesda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

WOMEN OF MIDDLE IDE Mr*. Quinn’s Experience Ought to Help You Over the Critical Period. Lowell. Mw -“For the tat three vmti I have been troubled with the Change of Life and the bad feeling* fommon at that time. I was In a very nervous condi- ; Lion, with headaches ! and pain a good ieal of the time so 1 J was unlit to do my i work. A friend asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham’* Vegetable Compound, which I did, and it has helped me in every way. 1 am not nearly co nervous, no headache or pain. I must say that Lydia EL Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound is the best remedy any sick woman can take." —Mrs. Margaret Quinn, Rear 259 Worthen St, Lowell, Mass. Other warning symptoms are a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, Irregularities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness, inquietude, and dizziness. If you need special advice, write to the Lvdia E. Pinkham Medicine Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

Cfjc Princess 3nnc Cintcs FuUli.slied Every Friday at Virginia lleacli. t a. CHARLES P. STOWELL Editor nnd Proprietor 'I :iSfl;l|'T|«*N If!I K -1 I I‘EK YEA IS -IWIONIII- joe THREE MONTH.' AJvt rtisiutf Uttis (itven I port Application Kutcreil at the ai Virginia Beach. VtfSiQiiVs *e» , oiuJ-**itus.suiail in a tier June HO IMS. under i he Act of March H. liCM.j LDITORIAL, Etc Next Week’s Primary Before we print another issui of this paper, the Democratic candidates will be nominated for the different Slate office.and for Member of the House of Delegates from each district The campaign seems to centei on the Governorship. The aspirants are Attorney Genera John Garland Pollard. Lieutenant Governor Elly son, and Hon, Westmoreland Davis. Mr. Pollard, from non-inter-e-ited v -w :>da f , seems to hav. t ic best qualifiestions for tht office, from his experience a.Attorney Gcntiai. He is regarded as a dean, honest anc conscientious exponent of tht doctrines of Demt -raev ai d sho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE MOTH. 1917. A Statement of receipts and expenditures in the County of Princess Anne, for six months )>eginning January Ist. 1917, and ending June 30th, 1917, made by the Board of Supervisors, pursuant to law. By amount due county December 31st. 1916 97,971 09 To the Norfolk Bank for Savings A Trusts. 6 Moe. Int. on 95,000 note, ........ _ g 90 00 To Dr. H. V. Johnston. Medical attention to Jail 3 00 To the Back Bay Telephone Co., services of 'phone for office 12 56 To C. C. Gornto. Holding Lunacy Com. oyer Ellen Stevens ] oo To James Owen*. taking Henry Wan to Alms-house _ ‘J 00 To E. I*e*ggett. Mdse., etc., fur Almshouse 9 45 To Wm. Freeman, Mdse, for Clerk's Office 2.21 To T. 1.. Brook*, meeting, Itoard of Health. f!5.00 ; visit in smallpox case, 92 00: medicine for Alms-house. 94.85; viewing dead D Booker 16.85 To Everett Waddy Co.. Mdse, for Clerk s Office. 928.31: Jdg. Lien Docket, 917.90 : hook for ...

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