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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 November 1917

I Ooly Paper | I in the ♦ County VOLUME Ji NUMBER 26. AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEACH M FkM U»Hnd r— fi^mnrf o*« 4 Bk. IMM. HVI (THIS BMIEISEI. O* Sunday night Nov. 18. a raiding will he given is Galilee eknrch at 8 o’clock AU Sailors and Soldiers and others are cor* dtally invited to be present. On Tuesday night a concert was given in the Virginia Beach school, under the auspices of tha Junior Guild. The memborsof the Guild wishes to express their thanks to all who s»wsted in the entertainment. The new Recreation room has get ita new roof, ao those interested In this work are asked to volunteer their services to Mrs. Sdwerd Patton Miner, to help equip this room. riL « i - Mr. J. A Dark of the battle •hip Utah, and Mias Lillian Mathias of Virginia Beach, were anarried at Norfolk last Saturday evening. They will reside et Berkley. The Times extends eengretnlations. The Baptist Ladies’ Aid So•iety will serve a chicken eupper« hot rolls, horns made pies, eahd. ice cream, etc., Wednesday, Nov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 November 1917

BIG INCOMES TO BEAU THE BURDEN Eve of Unexampled Taxation at Hand ALL WARNED TO BE SAVING Estimated That $20,000,000,000 Expenditure* Will B* Authorized By Next Congress—Two-Thirds For Loans To Allies. f Washington.—The great American Incomes will be subjected to the biggest tax of its history by the next Congress. Leaders of both parties are preparing an assault on war wealth, giant Incomes and even the savings of the ordinary civilian when the December session takes up the burden of raising billions more to carry on the war. Already administration leaders are warning of the impending "era of unexampled taxation at hand." The great financiers of the country— Frank A. Vanderllp. president of the National City Rank of New York, and Federal Reserve Commissioner A, C. Miller, included —are urging the people to eliminate useless buying and try to increase their savings. President Wilson will throw his strength behind the movement to increase taxes and make the present generation bear a ...

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

EDITORIAL sore, William |. r . "lo rhronldru for hi. frltud, Conal Krn.l von Hrll.rndiirlT. tbr Ixifr'i nvrlatlon. of (hr Inner Ufa of the Imperial German marl, lian loa* bran rerounl.ed throughout Korop' aa tha po.ir.aor of Ita laarrmoat a errata. Tha Rngllah “Who'a Who" aaya of blmt "Ha baa Intlmata knonlrdpr of tha aaarat aervlre of routluental roiatrlea nod la eonaldered by tha govero■ent (of Great Rrltalal aa authority on anrh mattara.” Aaothar authority aayai “Fat* people have been more dourly aiaorlnted with or knotr more of the a.toiiadtng Inner machinery of Germany thou he." LaQueux probably baa more aottrrra of oaaret Informatloa at hla command than any coaterapornry In clrll life, and for Iba laat all yaara the Drill.h Government boa made vainable nae of hla vaat atora of aerrat Information through a apeolnlly organised department with which l.rQurnx wurka aa a voluntary aaalatant. Count von neltaendorff became on Intimate of l.rtlurnx naveral yrara prior to the outbreak ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 November 1917

ITbe srmceSo tin nr Sinus Published Every Friday at Virginia Beach, Va. Charles p. stowell Editor and Proprietor JCBgCHIPTIO.N PRICE 11.00 PEE VTAH JTX.MO.NTHs' 50c; TUI.EK MOSTHJ Advanlsluit Hates Olveu i'pon Ajiidlcttio.i Ectrred nt the loeiofflce at Vlnclnia Bract \ in- a.. .»'i‘end -cl ass mall matter. June :■*' t. * .nder the Act of March S. TWO.) tDI TORIAL, Etc Election over, the next holiday will be Thanksgiving. Be an American in all that it means—do your bit in food production, and conservation, and buy at least one Liberty Bond We heard one of our fishermen say the oth'T day that fishing always seemed to bt better, seasons when the Beach was best patronized. Nothin • strange about that. We ha' i seen bait in the surf attractive j enough to lure any hind of lish- | even lobsters. We are glad to see that the majority of the new dwellings recently built, or in process o construction at the Beach are not of the ordinary summer resort variety, but calculated to withstand the n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 November 1917

UW« have arranged for a eerie* of six Interesting articles, "War Talks, by Unde Dan," written by Mr. Howard H. Gross, president of the Universal Military Training League, of | which this la the first. They tell If] a graphic way why military training Is of value, both to the nation and to the Individual, and eur readers will find them of unusual .interest. I WAR TALKS I By UNCLE DAN Number One ll——— ms ■ ns ■ ————■■ America Must Fight Hard or Germany I May Win—Necessity for Military Training. "Now, Billie,** said liis mother, “your Code Dan is coming tomorrow to ■pend a week with us on the farm, and If you want to know about the war. here’s your opportunity. Uncle Dan Is probably one of the best-informed men •d the country." Billie clapped his bands and gave such a whoop that he Wakened the baby, but what could you expect of a fifteen-year-old boy who is ■ living Interrogation point and wants to know about war? Cncle Dan arrived in due time and BUlte watched for an opportunity. It c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 November 1917

PRESIDENT’S WAR MESSAGEGARBLED Full Text Withheld From People of Germany by Kaiser’s Government. PASSAGES WEP.E SUPPRESSED Report of Wolff Telegraph Bureau, Unofficial Mouthpiece of Kaiser, Show's Wilson's Address Distorted. The German people never had an opportunity to read the full text of the address delivered by President Wilson before congress on April 2, 1917, In which the president called upon congress to declare the existence of the state of war then being waged upon the United States by Germany. In the copies of this address which were permitted to be published in Germany, many passages were suppressed, according to the committee on public information of the United States government. The passages suppressed included those in which the president told why the United States had been forced to enter into the war against Germany In protection of its rights and la order to make the world safe for democracy. The committee on public information has issued a copy of the president’s ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 November 1917

“Bine” and Worried! "Blue," won led, ball-tick people should find out the cause qf their troubles. Often it la merely faulty kidney action, which allows the blood to get loaded up with poisons that irritate the nerves. Backache, headaches, dizziness and annoying bladder troubles are added proofs that the kidneys need help. Ua* Doan’s Kidney Pills. Thousands thank them (or relief from just such trouble#. A Virginia Case hire. P, T. Timber- ..... -..- lake, 3S. Rowland "rtwjf'Jlfanr St.. Richmond, ffifa (or months with (re- a quent spells of cramps In my hands .VwikWi d feet and limbs and was almost helpless d—i ■ fl. ■ for a long time. 1 don’t know how I ofMM ever stood the knife- Www'if vr* like pains that shot 111 f | through my body, ;l!|y 1 Jfi'mmS After I had used It BIW thirteen boxes of SJL! f Doan’s Kidney Pills Ka ,-?# I was cured entirely ' and I have enjoyed better health since then, than I ever had before.” Gat Doan's at Any Stare, 60c a Bea DOAN’S ’V.T" FOSTER-MILS URN C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 9 November 1917

Salem. Mim Linda Ward wito Is a student wf the Haary High Sjiiooi Norfolk for the present session was the week •nd guest her m »toer Mr* Myrtle Ward. Mr». M. h.. faedgcwick and Mr* aiaywood Syae* accompanied to her •title daughter Mine L>>rotuy Petrie ad of IViuoiia were the MmJaf . aests of tin >V k\ W liber Mr. arid Mrs E. H. Whitehurst af i«r oetng tbs guests of their dauga - tar Mr*. J U IVtrle and other relative* at the county returned to their I -one in U t bai.ao Va., some day s since. Min* Htauiah Holden who has bee 4 fury Hi Li NorioiK wahe 011 a visit to her •Inter Mia. Z. V. Herry is again • 1 home and is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. berry refurnl to Norfolk on Sunday alter a Uriel 1 * l<dl with her parents. Mrs. S. L. Swain spent two days of this wees shopping and visiting. 8oiu« of tlie lad.es of the Aid Sotuvy uut on Monday at the parson- ‘ they were met by the ladles u! bay good society who Jointly served In honor of Bev. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

<. itimnKv iiosimt :■ > | Only Paper \ <• in the i County <•: MNMK'IMUI I lit;.. jC'iill.t VOLUME 1. NUMBER 27 AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEACH Brief paragraphs Picked Up Here and There About the Citj—Coming and Going of People, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. Mrs. J. E. Allen, of Ocean Av-1 enue, is the guest ol ii-i son, J. E. Alien, Jr.. a.iU lamily, of Petersburg. T. J. Richardson, of Linkhorn. Bay, who has a lucrative posi-; tion as contractor with \Vcst-inghouse-Church-Kerr Co., ot; Newport News, spent Sunday; at his home. The Box Supper and Clipping Social giv en by the Ladies’ Aid Society of the Methodist church last week, cleared them 128.00, ailer all expenses wer e paid. Dr. N. Richards of the Virginia Beaeh Baptist church will pleach his farewell sermon on Sunday morning. Nov. 18th, ai 11,00 a. m. All of his friends are invited to be present. The next regular meeting oi i the Ladies’ Aid Society of the Methodist'churvli will be held ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

MAKING CITIZENS OF FOREIGN BORN Uncle Sam’s Naturalization Bureau Continues Drive on Alien Population. EDUCATION IS WEAPOH USED I National Government. Federal and State Courts and Public Schools Linked Together in the Campaign. , Officials of Uncle Sam's bureau of naturalization, which is a part of the department of labor, is making a determined effort to hasten tile Americanization of the large foreign population of the United States. The work that Is being done Is outlined in the following statement Issued by the bureau: “Approximately one-seventh of the population of the United States is for-elgn-bovn, with a very large proportion Ignorant of American ideals and institutions. and, to that extent, loyal to the country of their birth. Never In the history of the nation has undivided support been so sorely needed. A knowledge of American government and what it stands for can only be gained by the aliens through education, but, once understood, loyal allegiance to the country of thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

ALMOST HELPLESS Mr. Reuter Went Through a Terrible Siege of Kidney Trouble. Doan’s Brought Back His Health. “After an injury I «a< m terrible *h«pe from kidney trouble,” wye D. Heuter, North St., Went Chicago, 111. “I couldn't stoop because of the swful pains in my lack and the steady, dull misery almost drove me frantic. 1 had to lie help- rfjjSjjJJbv ed out of lied mornings, m j the pains across my kidneys were so had and no va ■t'j /■’ body knows the agony 1 Wi #■’ went through. I couldn't do anything and its* simost helpless: it seemed 1 would never get well. gfl gay "The urine passed far too often and burned like ~ . . scalding water. The pas- nr sages were scanty and I had no control over them. At times everything in front of me grew dark and t couldn’t see for several minutes. 1 perspired profusely and 1 was thirsty all the time. For two years I suffered, trying medicine after medicine without relief. I was just about discouraged and didn’t think I would ever be ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

Z\)t Princess snnc JCimes Fubll-lied Every Friday ai Virginia Beach, Va. CHARLES P. BTOWELL Editor and Proprietor »I'BBCBIPTION VRICK fl 00 t'Klt \ KAK SIXMOXTHS 50c; THKKK MONTH' L Advertising Kittcs Wlven l'i«>o Am ii-nUmi Viaeml »l tin- uosvofflcr »t Vlnrinl* Betel Vin ’,.., . as MM'oml-clawiDitil matter. JuneSo mii. aider the Act of March .1. 1»7»,1 EDITORIAL, Etc Verily this is a country of contradictions While food is fieing forced down the throats of the Suffragette pickets wh( are serving time in the VV ashington jail, all other people an urged to restrain their appetites. War Times. We are being brought every day face to fact with conditions that tell us our nation is at war, and yet, we are only no\ just nicely entered in o tin stage of preparation, for ihcu are three stages in war prt paration. participation and it construction. Months of time and billions of money are b im spent in the first, God only knows how ion 4 the s.cuiid >.al last, how many ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Three How War Method* Have Changed Everybody Muet Help. “Hello, Uncle Dan. Jimmie and I have been waiting for you.” ‘‘Sorry If 1 have kept you long.” said Uncle Dan. “Your mother has been telling me how bashful I used to be. She said If a girl spoke to me I would blush to my hair roots. Well, I reminded her of the time your father first came to see her and the Juke we played on them, so I guess that will hold her for a while.” Continuing, Uncle Dan said: “Ton want to talk more about the war, do you? Well, war methods have unders gone many changes and they are still changing. No two wars are fought alike. lu early times, the weapons were atones, clubs, spears, hows and arrows, swords, etc. In this kind of warfare, victory was with the strong right arm. Men of enormous size and strength were the great warriors. The Inven tlon of gunpowder, however, har changed all this. It has enabled men lo kill one another at a considerable distance, and do it wholesale...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

WILSON LAUNCHES NEW DRAFT PLAN Puts Classification Featnre of ' Law into Operation TO PERFECT ORGANIZATION Questionnaire Oat On December 15. Classification Will Take 60 Days, Delaying Next Call To February 15. Washington. l’resident Wilson formally put the new machinery for the carrying out of the Selective Draft bill into operation with the publication of the foreword he has written to the regulations under which the second call will be made. The regulations themselves and the questionnaires ■which more than 8,600.000 registrants will be required to fill out are being forwarded to local boards, but have not yet been made public. War Department officials estimate that the whole process can be completed within 60 days. This means that no second call will be made upon the draft forces before the middle of next February, as the period of classification will not begin until December 15. The President describes the new plan of dividing all registered men not already mobilized Into five c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

I—Wreckage of two German airplanes ami bodies of the pilots, brought down on the west front. 2—Gen. Sii Sdmund Allenby. conjinnnder of the British forces in Palestine, who has taken Iteersbeba and Gaza. 3—Captureil German flammenwerter or liquid fire projector. 4—British engineers laying a wire road across'the Sinai desert for the advance on Gaza and Jerusalem. NEWS REVIEW OF THE PAST WEEK Kerensky and His Government Overthrown by Maximalists Led by Lenine. PRO-GERMANS RULE IN RUSSIA Immediate Peace First on Their Program—Retreat of Italians Continue*—British Take Highly Important Passchendaele Ridge—America's War Mission to Paris. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. Kerensky and the provisional government of Russia have fallen; the klaxlinalists led by Nikolai Lenlue. pm-Gcrman agitator, are In the saddle; the premier has fled and live or more of the members of bis cabinet *re under arrest; Immediate peace with the central powers will be offered by the extreme radicals in control. Such Is the di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 16 November 1917

Interestin'; Letter. To the l.Jitor riittcen Anne Times; Dear sir fhe writer Ii:a» noticed your editor tal in which you suggest that the people id lilts <*oui)tv Confer with I »r. Snead relative to some change in the road law; 1 also noticed Uiat quite a while ago you asked suggestions from lour readers along this lin. ; hut so far I have not seen a single letter. It seems to me that lin rtrst tiling to u> lone is to get tne iieoplg ot this c ai ..v to realize that the progress ol the uiny depends on llieui, not sc muon as a group of people, hut as individuals, each of whom is doing ids part, il is very easy indeed to see toils as they exist, but it lakes more lu have the ability lo prevent aim e i reel evils. 1 think that our people fad to do their duty because tiicy do not realize conditions as they are, we are now living under almost new conditions, conditions which demand that every nan do Ids pari; lai 100 many men lu.,k upon them senes as merely fesiuei.t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 December 1917

♦ ——♦ Tvmmm* I Only Paper ] ♦ in the I County VOLUME 3. NUMBER 31. AFFAIRS AT VIReiNIA BEAU BrW paragraph* Pkked Up Mar* and Tbare About the City— Coming and Going of People, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. Mrs. Dcyo of Norfolk, has been visiting her brother. Mr. W yndham Mayo, at Sea Pines. Mr. R C. Everett, of Norfolk. spent the week end with his family at their cottage here. C. M. Hibbard has rented his property at Oceana, to Mrs Clara Gornto. An enjoyable week end hou. e party, chaperoned by M r and Mrs. Michael Glennan ol Norfolk, has been held at the! Kenilworth cottage. The Norfolk Southern have commenced work on Us sho t line from Norfolk to Virginia Beach, by way of Cove street. This road when completed wi.l be a great advantage over its present rout**. Don’t fail to attend the entertainment to be held at the Oceana High School on next' Wednesday evening. A line play has been prepared, and a splendid sujpper will he served by the ladies of Providence Church. Go and have a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 December 1917

4mmni4>MHnmt«r{-iriuiHin>> I Only Paper ! ♦ in the | County UK Mnj.imnn n» m VOLUME 3. NUMBER 81 AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEAi. BrW paragraphs Picked Up Here and There About the City Coming and Going of People, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. Mrs. Dcyo of Norfolk, has been visiting her brother. Mr, Wyndham Mayo, at Sea Pines Mr. R C. Everett, of Nor-' folk, spent the week end with ' his family at their cottage here C. M. Hibbard has rented his property at Oceana, to Mrs Clara Corn to. An enjoyable week end hou e party, chaperoned by M r | and Mrs. Michael Glennan ol Norfolk, has been held at the, 1 Kenilworth cottage. The Norfolk Southern have commenced work on its sho :i line from Norfolk to Virginia Beach, by way of Cove street. This road when completed wi.l be a great advantage over its present rout**. Don’t fail to attend the entertainment to he held at the Oceana High School on next' Wednesday evening. A line play has been prepared, and a splendid s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 December 1917

Ctje Prince*# 9nne Cirne# FublUhed Every Friday al Virginia Bead), Va. CHAm.e» P. STOW ELL. Editor and Proprietor -CBSCHIPTION PKUE ft.uO PER YEAR ♦IXMO-NTHS ioc: THKS.E MONTHS S-. VirrrtlKtiiK Kiln Glvpu l'u« Ai<i>lln*tiou Hnt<»r«<3 at lb» posxofflop »t Vlrtrlnli Hrarh. v•, p-,^o'-nd-da-**mail matter, June W i >t: .ixler ibe Act ot March A Wfl.l EDITORIAL, Etc Nick, Romanoff, too, would appreciate a “place in the sun.” Vegetarians now have the opportunity of their lives to test ihe accuracy of their theory. The price of wool inclines the buyer to the belief that the ' fleecy staple” is true to its name. If the price of gasoline keeps on mounting, it ought to pul a damper on the automobile thieves. Kaiser Bill may have gone to Constantinople to give the Turks a course in “kultur,” and a few lessons in frighlfulness as incidentals. Looking for a *afe bank for your war-price savings, neigh K ? What’s the matter with LLcU Sam’s gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 December 1917

f . A Bird In the Hand. T«mng Hemes had married ton trary to his father's wishes. Meetfaw his parent soon afterward, ths father said angrily; “Well, young man, I hart raadt ■kj will and ent you off with a dot* Isr." i *1 am very sorry, father," said wa youth contritely. "You don’t happen to hare the dollar with yon you’" 8t- Bernard Dog a Hero. Brown Is a big 8t Bernard dog of Boston, famous for his Intelligence. Ir was his habit to go with tbe nurs* whan she wheeled the baby mu for an string. There was a high embank meat with n steeti incline going down st a sharp angle, and on one occasion tbe nurse, going In to av a vlalt to some of her friends, carriage, with the tsvby In It. perilously nenthe dangerous spot Something start ed the wheels lu motion, and the cat rfage rolled down toward the danger out edge. In a moment mure It mnsi have gone over, when Brown threw hlmaelf before the wheels and laj there, bolding the carriage back b< the weight of Ms body until the truao...

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