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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

PRINCIPAL EVENTS IN THIRD YEAR OF THE WAR Aug. 1, 1916. —Merchantman U-boat Deutschland leaves Baltimore homeward bound on first trip. Somme battle continues. Russians In heavy buttle after crossing Stokhod river. August 2. —Russians within ten miles of Kovel. August 3. —French recapture part of Fieury, near Verdun. Sir Roger Casement hanged in London for participation in Irish revolt. August 4. —French take Thlaumont, near Verdun. August 5. —British overwhelm Turks at Romani, near Suez canal. August 6. —Russians cross rivers Sereth and Graberka and take six villages from Austrians. August 8, —Italians take Gorizia bridgehead and capture 10,000 prisoners. Russian General Letchltzky takes two towns and many villages. August 9. —Gorizia falls to Italians In great offensive. Austrians near Stanislau withdraw on wide front. August 10. —Russians take Stanislau. August 11. —Allies seize Doiran in Balkan drive. August 13. —Austrians evacuate line of the Strypa river. August 14. —Russians c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

WARNINGS ON THE DEAD TRAITORS Their Bodies on the Russian Highways Marked. TRYING TO CUT OFF RETREAT More Than Two Million Russian Soldiers On Retreat—Eighth Army, Composed Largely Of Cavalry, In a Critical Position. London. —A dispatch from the headquarters of the Russian Seventh Army says the situation is more hopeful. Panics among the retreaters are suppressed ruthlessly Three divisions of cavalry have taken positions across the whole front of retreat. Deserters are shot and attempts to spiead panic are suppressed by prompt executions. Deserters, spies and agitators who enjoyed complete immunity under the committee system lie dead on the highways. A paper pinned on the corpses reads: “Here lies a traitor to his country." Red badges and other symbols which accompanied the demoralization have almost disappeared. It. Is conservatively estimated that more than two million Russian! troops are steadily marching rearward. These constitute the Eleventh and Seventh Armies with , their res...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 3 August 1917

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

neww*4-iuihwew.>iHHii>»*-> Only Paper j in the I County > in—i—: iiHHHmK •> i—■i VOLUME 3. NUMBER 23 AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEACH Brief paragraphs Picked Up Here and There About the Cky Coming and Going el People, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. Rev. H. J. Alfnend, of Rempsville, was in town on Wednesday. Wanted —to buy five and ten gallon vinegar casks. Apply, to A. L. Lowe, Lynnhaven, Va.. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hibbard have returned home, after sevmonths spent in New York State. Messrs. Sidney and Eugene Gresham, and James Bailev, are spending a week at Lake Drummond, hunting bears. An enjoyable feature of the meeting at Galilee church on last Monday night, was the solo sung by Mr. Frank Baldwin, of the rifle range. Miss Lulie Blow, who has been visiting in New York, has returned to her home at the Ocean Wave cottage. The Junior Guild of Galilee Episcopal church are arranging an "Old Folk’s Concert” to be given very soon, also a Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

VIRGINIA NEWS 111 SHORT ORDER latest Doings in Various Parts of the State. PREPAREDFORQUICKREACtNG Miss Eula Koontz, a daughter of Dr. W. A. Koontz, of Grove Hill, Page county, 1s suffering from concussion of the spine, as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident near Lacey Springs. Abraham Koontz, her uncle, had hie shoulder dislocated and one rib broken. Miss Koontz was removed to the home of Dr. J. E. Lincoln. where she had been visiting. The automobile swerved off the turnpike and overturned when it ran into a ditch. Three other occupants of the car escaped Injury- Operating revenues of the Richmond. Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Company for the month of August totaled $396,995, showing an increase of $113,858 over the same month of last year, according to figures just made public by Comptroller J, E, Cox. Expenses for the month aggregated 1255,098, increasing 54 per cent, over last August, while net operating reve nue gained 20 per cent, and net income 8 p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

EDITORIAL *OTR. William LeQneni, wbo bere chronicle* for bln friend, Const Brnat von Helliendorff. the latter** revelation* of the liner life of tbe Imperial German court, haa long been recognised throughout Korop* aa the possessor of Its Innermost see ret a. The Rngllab “Wbo'i Who* 9 aaya of him i “He baa Intimate knowledge of tbe secret service of Continental countries and Is considered by tbe government (of Great Britain) na authority on aneb matters.** Another authority aayai “Few people have been more closely associated with or know more of the natonndlng Inner machinery of Germany than he.'* Letfcnenx probably kas more aonrcea off secret Information at kla command tknn any contemporary In elvll life, and for the laat ala yearn the British Government has made valuable use of bln rant afore of aeeret Information through • specially organised department with which l.eQaenx works an a voluntary assistant ('mint tm HHtsniorff bfrimf an Intimate of l.etteenx several rears prior to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

fEfce fJtinctM 3nnt ®mtr« Published Every Friday at Virginia ; Beach. Va. CHARLE* R. tTOWILL Editor and Proprietor 31 bSCBIPXIOX PRICE >1 0» PER YEAR SIXMuNTHS S«te'. THREE MOSTR# Sj . AJvfcrtislue K»l*» Given Ci/ou Appl*c»lton Emeriti at the pcvtoßW at Vlrclnla Be»ch. Virginia, as matter. June 30 : 1»15. under the Act of March 3.1579.1 EDITORIAL, Etc Autumn Time. Autumn time in all its glory of Forest beauty is upon us, and we are reveling in the crispness of the frost laden air. The great Artist has spread out before us, in the surpassing beauty of the forest leaves, an entrant ing portraiture, the equal of which no master has ever produced, and no normal soul can look, upon these ravishing tints without experiencing a thrill, produced only by the Divine Presence It is true that an element of sadness dwells in all this radiant display of the phantom foot prints of the hoar frost which is sowing seeds of decay, but iu 1 1 all there comes to us the glad promise of the bur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

To TI LLY A. T. JOYCES You are hereby notified, that a lot of land described as 1 It sondale (being lot 29 Block •» on plat of Jacksondaie.) In Keinpsviile District, Princess Anne County, Virginia. was sold on the 4th (lav of January. 1909 for delinquent taxes, levies, interest and costs to the Commonweal!li of Virginia, and application for the pur chase thereof has a m Sled in this office, and it appearing from the records in this office that you are Interested In said land, you are further notified to appear In Four Months from tlie date of this notice and do what may be necessary to protect your interests Given under my hand this 12lh day of Octolier. 1917; EMERSON LAND Clerk of the Circuit Court of Princess Atine County. Virginia. By .1. F. WOODHOUSE. I) C. To C. E. WILLIAMSON You Are Hereby Notified, That a lot of land described as 2 lots .lacksondale (Being lots IS and 19 Block 9 on plat of .lacksondale.) in Keinpsviile District, Princess Anne County, Vlr glnta. was sold on th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

WAS ALL RUN DOWN Faulty Kidneys Caused Acute Suffering. Completely Recovered Since Using Doan’s. Mrs. Harry A. Lyon, 5 St. William St.. 8. Boston, Mass., says: “Doan's Kidney Pills have surely done me wonderful Rood. About two months prior to the birth of my baby, 1 hn.l two convulsions and was taken to a hospital. Doctors said the convulsions were due to my kidneys not W working properly. Iw V “I had swelling of the feet and ankles \«r- .j so that I had to wear large-sized slippers. My back ached In- —^ tensely, I was nerv- HU. LYON, oua and unable to sleep. I also suffered front awful headaches ahd felt weak. tlri>d. languid, and run down. “After I came home a friend sugRested that I try Doan's Kidney PilU, and X got some. I soon noticed Improvement; my back became stronger and I felt better In every way. I kept on taking Doan's and was cured. They are surely reliable." Mrs. Lynn gave the above statement In May, 1915, and on March 12, 1917, she said : “My cure has laste...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

>i Medicine for Women For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound has Relieved the Sufferings of Women. It hardly seems possible that there is a woman in thia country who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound a trial after all the evidence that is continually being published, proving beyond contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffering among women than any other medicine in the world. Mrs. Kieso Cured After Seven Month’s Illness. Aurora, III.—“For seven long months I suffered from a female trouble, with severe pains in my back and sides until I became so weak I could hardly walk from chair to chair, and got so nervous I would jump at the slightest noise. I was entirely unfit to do my house work, I was giving up hope of ever being well, when my sister asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. I took six bottles and today I am a healthy woman able to do my own housework, I wish every sufferin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 19 October 1917

Oceana. Mr. and Mi*. Huuen. o< Norfolk, spent Sunday with Mr*. W. H. Glaas?n. Mr*. J. F. Bell is visiting her son. Rev. C. C. Bell at Allen, Md. Miss Weiner, of New Jerwy, hab.*en spending several week* as the guest of Mi«s Marie stauder Mrs. Minnie Downes. and son F.lilatd. of Tieonderoga, visited her •letet, Mr* L L>. Ltndsley. lasi week Rev. Earnest Acklss, of Richmond college, who was called here by the death of his fattier, returned en last Thursday to Richmond. Mr. and Mra. Stevenson, and Mr. Barnes, of Norfolk, were Sunday guesto of Julian Rowell. Mim Mfciba Matter of NorfolK, 'a visiting tills week at the home of her ancle, E, B Matter Mr. Hough, laylcader of Norfolk district M. E. ahurch, gave an interest ing talk last Sunday morning a' iTuvidence church Mra. Lucinda Jarvis had the misfortune to fall from the steps at the home of her daughter. Mr* Uuonella last week, and was confined to her bed for several days. Mis* Margaret Jarvis enteitaluad on Thur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 November 1917

I Only Paper I in the I County •a-mmiwiM.r-iWMiiiuc-Mn.wiwc.:. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 25 AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEACH Brief paragraph* Picked Up Here and There About the City—Coning and Going ef People, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSES. Quite a few from this locality, attended the Barnum ft Bailey circus at Norfolk, on Wednesday of this week. Mr. Herman Drinkwater, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Mery, left this morning, (Frida /,) for Manteo, N. €., to be with his mother, who is very ill. The government has placed an additional tax on postage, letters originally requiring a 2 cent stamp, now requiring a 3 cent stamp to carry it. Contractor R.E. Johnson has commenced work on the nevs $20,000 weather bureau building at Cape Henry. It w ill be constructed of brick, and located about two blocks north of W. J, O’Keefe’s Casino. We received splendid news letters from Km tt’s Island, Munden, Land of Promise, Creeds, and Blackwater, which was received too late for this week’s issue, but we will ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 November 1917

STATE CAPITAL Richmond — The high cost of U*ing will receive attention from the next Virginia Legislature, it was announced at the office Of the Dairy and Food Commission. So steadily, and in some cases obvi oust' unreasonably, have prices of foods advanced that it is deemed imperative that the State take some action toward curbing the tendency of distributors to charge all that the public will bear. Under present laws there is no way that food prices can bo regulated by the State government. In many States •tatutes have been created basing prices of commodities to consume™ on the actual cost of production and distribution. not allowing for earnings on watered stock and other non-essen Hals. It is such a law as this that is needed in Virginia, it Is declared. Demand for such a law grows pri marlly out of the expressed purpose of milk distributors to increase price* to 15 cents a quart with the beginning of November, but there are also other necessities whose prices will be regulated...

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

he Seeiets of tie Hohergd lem/ STARTLING EXPOSURE OF INNER LIFE OF KAISER AND CROWN PRINCE AS TOLD BY COUNT ERNST VON HELTZENDORFF TO WILLIAM LEQUEUX EDITORIAL NOTE. William UQnfui, wlo here rhroulrlra for bla friend. Count Erast von Hrltsrndorff, the lattrr'a revelations of the laser life of the Imperial Merman court, has long been recognised throughout Europe as the possessor of Its Innermost secrets. The English “Who’s Who” says of hlmi “He has Intimate knowledge of the secret service of Coatlaental countries and Is considered by the government (of Oreat Britain) an authority on such matters.” Another authority saysi “Few people have been more closely associated with or know more of the astounding Inner machinery of Germany than he.” LeQneux probably has more sources of secret Information at his command than any contemporary In civil life, nnd for the last six years the British Government has made valuable use of bin vast store of secret Information through a specially organised ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 November 1917

Che |)tince*o 3nnt Ctmra f Published Every Friday at Virginia Beach. Va. CHAriIEB P. tTOWELL Editor ar>d Proprietor iITBSCEirriOM I*UK L EI.UU RKK YEAR sIX.MONTHS THREE MONTHS fi \«lv«rtUUGiven I i<on Vi»F4uratkurt Entered at the nostoWer at Vlrrtal* Beaoh Virginia, as second-elas^mall malter. June 3r • iv Ttn#rr Um Ael i*r KfeMfll t Ml) EDITORIAL, Etc If you have an earnest desire 10 help your county, vote fori Dr. Geo. T. Snead, next Tuesday, Nov. fl. and if you desire a Slate executive that will always study the wishes of the people, and do their will in all that is right unflinchingly, then vote for Westmoreland Davis lor our next Governor of Virginia. Oystermen are very appre heusive in this locality, of th< success of the oyster season, green giiks being again threatened. At present oysters art commanding o high price, bu: with this deplorable condition again present, our dealers an bound to realize a heavy linan ciaT loss. A renewed appeal to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 November 1917

To TI LLY A T JOYNES. You are hereby notified. that a lot of larul described as I lot Jacksondale (being lot » Block i on plat of Jacksondale.) In Kempsville District. Princess Anne County, V irginia, was sold on the 4lh dav of •lanuary, I'.xn for delinquent taxes, levies, interest and costs to the Commonwealth of Virginia, and application for the purchase thereof hasean Hied tn this office, and it appearing from the records In this office that yon are interested in said land, you are further notified to appear in Four Months from the date of lids notice and do what may lie necessary to protect your Interests Riven under ray hand this tilth day of October. 1MI7: EMERSON LAM» Clerk of I lie Circuit Court of Princess Anne County, Virginia. Hv .1 F. WOODHOF.4E. D C. To C. K WILLIAMSON. You Are Hereby Notified. That a lot of land described a- 2 lots .lacksondale (Being lots is and 1“ Block t* on plat of Jacksniidale. • in Kempsville District. Princess Anne County, Virginia. was sold on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 November 1917

I—Holy Gate of the Kremlin In Moscow, the buildings which will be occupied by the Russian government when It move* from Petrograd 2 —American soldiers In France manning an anti aircraft gun to fight German aviators who are beginning to trouble them. B—Thls photograph taken on an American vessel carrying many Y. M. (' A. men to Kurope, •hows the passengers climbing coolly into the rigging to watch a submarine that had Just been sighted. NEWS REV!EW OF THE PAST WEEK french Drive the Germans Back Toward Laon, Taking Many Prisoners and Guns. Splendid work by aviators Re-snforcsd by German Troops, Open Offensive Against Retreat in Riga Regi^ —Liberty Loan a SucoesT—Burleson Warns the Traitor Press. ■y EDWARD PICKARD. The French army made last week »ne of the most important advances of the fall campaign on the front northWat of Solssons. After a furious bur age by the artillery, the troops rushed brward for a gain of more than two biles, and when they rested, they were n a position to enf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 November 1917

Suffered For Years Back and Kidneys Were in Bad Shape, But Doan’s Remov ed all the Trouble. “My kidneys were so weak that the least cold 1 caught would affect them and atari ray »ack aching until I could hardly endure the misery,’ -aya Mrs. I). C. Kora, 073 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "In the morning when I first got up, mv back waa (to lame, I could hardly bend omt and any move aent darts of pain through my kid- 1% XB peya. It waa hard for w- Wf me to walk up staira or T** Jd atoop, and to move while lying down aent PjpgtS darts of pain through "The kidney see re- MRS. ROSS tiona were scanty and distressing and the water remained in my system, mak ing my feet and hands’ swell. There were dark circles under my eyes and I became so dirty I could hardly sec I had rheumatic pains in my knees and it was all 1 could do to get around. For years I was in that shape and I wore plasters and used all kinds of medicine to no avail until I tried Doan's Kidney Pills They rid me of the trouble an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 2 November 1917

..—. Kempsrille. • i Mrs. J. B. Howard- spent . Thursday in Not folk. Mrs. J. S. Alfriend, of Charles Town, W. Virginia, and Mrs. K. J. Alfriend, spent Thursday as the guests of the Misses Fannie and Mary Hoggird, at their home ''Popular liii /’on Broad Creek. Miss Virginia Alfriend spent Vednesday night as the guest of Miss Miriam Whitehead. J. H. Hogg,ml si»ent Sunday at home. Miss Belle Clark has recently purchased a Saxon roadster. Miss Lucile Smith has accepted a position in Norfolk, The Princess Anne Serial Club, (for the young set) will g v a Hallo’ween dance on Friday, November 2nd. All members are requested to he present, in disguise if possible. This dance will take place a! the home of Rev. R. J, Al- friend, and promises to be tint of, if not the best of the sea sou. Misses Virginia Hubert of t'.e Water Works, Virginia Carrawaysnd Margaret White head, spent Saturday and Sal Urday night as guests of Mis?, ikrnice Bassett of Euclid. Miss Frances Herrick wa? the guest of Mis...

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