Relative* and friend* of Mr*. Notts Ru*seli Riddle ill* wife of Lieut.
W. K. Riddle, I H. N,, ere greatly exercised over Hie fact, that the ve»
•el, on which Hhe sailed on July fitli for Samoa la long overdue and no
new* ha* heen heard of It. Mr. Riddle Ik well known In Augusta,
where aho has frequently visited her aunt, Mr John J. tiohen. Hhe has
lived In Atlanta for a number of year* and was married to Lieut Kid
dle about three years ago
Naval nuthorltleH believe that the vessel Ims met, with aomc dis
aster, either having foundered al sr-n, or heen stranded on some of the
small Islands In the south neaß. which seldom or never are visited by
mariner* Every effort ha* heen made to discover Its whereabouts. The
owners and underwrite! s have been making a vlgoix tis search, and Rear
AdmlraJ Bwlnburne, commanding the Pacific fleet, has been Instructed to
keep a lookout sos the Aeon.
Recently Lieut. Kiddle wns on the fleet, which made such a trium
phal trip to hau Francisco. At that place he was detached and ordered
Samoa for duty there Ho made Mn effort to take his wife with him
fa the same boat on whleh he mad,, the trip, but was unsuccessful IL-
A»fl on June 80 on the Panther, be, for some reason the war department
/refured lUra permission to take hit wife on th< Panther, although! the
captain of that nhlp was willing.
Ho he had to find other means of getting his wife to Samoa. He on
gage,] passage for her on the Hr i,.*! chip Aeon, and she sailed on July
6. Since that time the ihlp lias no, been heard from.
While there is every reason for apprehension, still there are possi
bilities that the ship nay only have become disabled and her er. w and
passengers have been taken In by some other boat and that they are even
now waved News of any kind Is anxiously awaited.
Angustans and surburtMUi'tes whose piazzas faced tin- north wit
nessed a superb sight Friday evening, when for the first time In the
live* of many of them they wltneznd the Aurora Borealis which trans
formed the northern heavens Into a brilliant seen* which paased all too
quickly Aa far north as (he eye could (ravel (here was a dedicate flush
of pink mingled with the pale azure I blue, heavenly, all studied with
glittering stars and handed with bread bund, of light which radiated to
the Norih star. Many who saw It mistook It for it tire beyond the Carolina
Holghtr. and It was only after Its beauty ph e-,1 that they realised what
A high compliment w e paid Rev. Howard T. Cr»' this summer
during his s*a • at Chautauqua, when lie was elected i) speak on Old
First Nlfth' This was a charming compliment, worthily n-stowed, as
Mr Ores w at Ins hnppicM and Rave a most entertaining and sparkling
little talk on the south Mr i rea win also paid the compliment Of being
asked to take charge of the vesper services.
Mr. John C B. Bynum to Wed
Miss Marion King
Dr and Mrs George P. King of
, Harlem, Ga,, announce the engagi
nient of their daughter, Marlon
Oladyn. 1o Mr. John Baxter Bynum
of Harletn. the marriage to take place
October the twenty-eighth.
Miss King I* a young woman pns
sessed of many charms that attract
the mosi flail, ring attention mol lint
win for her enduring friendship* hv
Dr. B. O. Quillian to Wed
cMiss Emmeline Parks
Mr an<l Mrs William Flitch' .
Barks announce ih«- nigaifemi'n* of
their daughter, Emmeline Mewtell,
to Dr ll.tacom O. Quillian, of W right-•
villa, Ga The marriage sill fuk 1
place al the home of the brlde'ii pm
, nt* on mw*r Broad street, on Weil
nesAni afternoon, October lie four
teftnth. Hi 2 o'clock, h very quiet al
fair with only ihe two family Conner
lion* and a few near friend* In nt
FIRST SHOWING OF NEW FALL GOODS
Swell Things in Tailor Suits, Skirts, Waists, Neckwear,
Hosiery, Dress Goods, Etc.
POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL
Special lines of Ready Made Sheets, Pillow Cases, Spreads,
Comforts, Blankets, Table Linens, Towels, etc., at the lowest
prices in town on similar goods.
NEW STYLES AND SHAPES
In La Grecque, Warner’s Rust Proof and B. W. Corsets.
the score She has enjoyed an ex
tensive popularity In her native (own,
and la filled In every way to adorn
the more extensive circle Into which,
iih a married woman, she will he ad
Mr. Ilynum la one of Harlem's pros
porous young merchants and planters,
amt Is In every way worthy ot tha
bride he Is winning
Mlti« Parks Is the youngest rtnugh
l«r of Mr unit Mr* I‘srka .ind will be
mot i regretfully relinquished :o
Wrlghtiivlllo. where she will form th->
rente* of it circle of udinlilnr friend ~
win will noun give tier a* prominent
n place bh thnt *ho occupied in An
gle la. where she ooiinls her friends
by ihe score, and where her bright
ties* and unselfish thoughtfulness for
olhcr* have greatly endeared her to
all who have ihe happiness of her
R. L. Hunter Dry Goods Company
SOe> BROAD STREET.
Hr. Quillian Is one of the leadlnc
your physicians of Wrightavllle, a
man whose professional prominence
is second only to that, which he en
joys In a social way, and a man. who
ft his future be predicted by what he
has already accomplished, will era
long be one of the leading physic!aim
in the state.
Augusta friends will he Interested
in the announcement of the marriage,
of Mies Ssllle Maylor Davis and Mr
Wyatt de Reve Barcley, which took,
place In Darien, Ga., on Tuesday last,
Mr and Mrs. Barclay leaving sos
Marietta, Ga., where they an spend
ing a few days wltti Mr. and M«8. V,.
L. Campbell before returning to Dar
ien, where they will mane their home.
—Mr. Barclay is a nephew of Mrs.
K 8, Hollingsworth of this city, and
a brother of Mrs. E. D. Kales, of La
Grange, 111., who Is so pleasantly re
called as Miss Zoo St. Legor Barclay,
of this city.
Mr. T. J. Sheron left yesterday
for New Ymk.
—Mrs J. !l. Alien and daughter are
H[iondlng a few days with Mrs. A. J.
Rice on Monte Kano.
Miss May Cooney will he at K ; .
Angela's academy, Aiken, S. G., for
—Mr George Suneken and Mr.
Talmadge Wilson will Ipave tomor
row for Stone Mountain college.
—Mr. aDd Mrs. Charles Schneider
will move to their own borne on low
er Broad street on October llrst.
—ln October Mr. and Mrs .1. Pink
Wood will move from North Augusta
and will reside on the 1200 block of
—Mi and Mrs. Hastings Cleckley,
of Beech Island, are receiving con
gratulations upon the advent of a
handsome 111 tie son.
—Mr. K. W. Conrad of Richmond.
Va, Is In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Ihißh have
returned to the city after a stay
among the North Carolina mountains |
Ml«* Augusta Kerr has returned
—Mis. Samuel Page Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs Hastings Cleckley on [leech
—Mrs. J. 11. Hoiley, Miss Ruth and
Masters James and Boyd Holley will
leave Monday for Louisville, Ga,
which wll! he ihelr future home. They
go earlier Mian Mr. Holley on ac
count of entering the children In
ichool Countless friends regret, deep
ly the removal of this interesting
—Miss Margaret Sullivan will re
turn home tonight after spending n
vreek with friends in Savannah.
Mr. John Hoyle's friends were de
lighted to see him out yesterday after
his recent attack of typhoid fever.
—Mrs. E. <). Kalhlh-lsch Is visiting
friends on (he Augusta road.
—Miss Hazel Brand leaves today
for Atlanta and Agnes Scott.
- M'-ssrs. Jim and Val Dawson
leave this week for the Atlanta Tech
Mr. Phlnlzy Gary has reoirned to
Atlanta, where he will -resume Ids
studies at the Terh.
Mrs. B. E. Lester and her two at
tractive little daughters will return
Mils evening from Columbia, where
they have visited Mr. and Mrs. C. 0.
—Mr. Tom Brand has resumed his
studies ut the University ot Georgia.
.—Mrs Edward Lyons left yesterday
for Gtasrow, Ky., where she will visit
relatives for a fortnight during Mr.
Lyon's absence In St. Louis, Mr.
Julian Lyon has resumed his s udle-
-Mr. ami Mrs W. H. T Walker
Will spend (lie winter with Mr. anil
Mrs Thomas Goodrich
Miss Nannette Harris has rc
turned to the city.
—Mrs. Lucious Evans of Macon is
In the city for a brief visit to Mrs.
—Miss EUa and Ceclle Smith are
guests of Augusta relatives.
Rev. George Outlie, who has, with
his family, heen summering at Ath
ens, Tenn., spent the past week In
Augusta doing what he could to rem
edy the destruction to the furnish
ings of the Oreene Street Presbyte
rian church, returned yesterday to
—Miss Ruth Marks will leave Mon
day for Athens, Ga., to resume her
studies at Lucy Cobb.
—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cuthbert are
expected home this week from the
mountains of North Carolina.
Miss Varina* Chance of Mcßean,
Ga., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
Verdery on lower Greene street.
—Mrs. William McElmurray and
children passed through the city Fri
day on their way to their home in
Waynesboro, after a pleasant visit to
—Mrs. Frank Beane, Mrs. W. T.
Gary and Mrs. Henry Cohen were
guests of Mrs. W. K. Miller on Tues
day at her country home.
—Miss Hortence Woodson has re
turned from Edgefield.
—Miss Mamie Harden will be with
the inlillnery department of the J. B.
—Mrs. I. O. Hockaday of Columbus,
Miss., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
—Rev. and Mrs. G. Sherwood Whit
ney left yesterday for a sojourn of
a couple of weeks North.
—Mr. Wlgfall Cheatham of Edge-
Held was in the city Friday.
—Mrk. W. H. T. Walker, who spent
last week with Mrs. Thomas Good
rich, has returned to Jasmine Hill.
- Mr. and Mrs. William Alden and
children, who have been spending
some time with Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Steed since tlielr return from Sulli
vans Island, are again occupying
their home on Monte Sano. Mr. and
Mrs. John Douglas, who had It for
the summer, have taken an apartment
'in the new Beaufort home on Monte
Friends of Lieutenant and Mrs.
Hugh Walker will sympathize with
them upon the serious Illness of their
—Miss Mamie and Miss Janie Dow
returned Tuesday after a month's
stay in New York and Boston.
Miss Annie Sullivan has returned
from Savannah after a very pleasant
stay of several weeks with relatives.
—Mrs. Johanna Bodeker and Miss
Josle Bodeker returned Friday from
a visit to Birmingham, Ala.
—Mrs. free and little Miss Martha
Cree Bre spending some time in Phil
adelphia and will join Mr. Cree here
later. Mr. Cree returned to Augusta
Mrs. Solomon Sailing of Colum
bus. Ga.. is spending the week-end
with Mr Ella Myers Franklin and
Miss Desiree Franklin. Mrs. Sarllng
jis returning home after an extended
stay North and her Augusta friends
will lie delighted to learn that she Is
! again enjoying her usual perfect
Mr. James H. Jackson leaves to
day for New York.
After a week's visit to Mr. and
Mrs. John G. Ram bo, in Savannah,
Mr. Robert Ranibo has returned to
- Miss Alice Hull has returned
llroni Grovetown, where she was the
I guest of Miss Leila Hill, and one of
! the out-of-town guests at a pleasant
| little tennis tea at whleh Miss Hill
'entertained on Tuesday afternoon.
—Miss Sallle McLaws has returned
Mr. Brantley Callaway and Mr.
| Andley Hill. Jr., will leave tomorrow
lor Athens and the University of
—Miss Daisy Jackson and Miss
Janet Walker will represent Augusta
at Shorter College, Rome, this win
—Mr. Ralph Arrington has returned
—Miss Pauline Verdery leaves this
week for Chestnut Hill, Pa., where
she will stuSy this winter.
—Miss Terence Battey, Miss Essie
Moore and Miss Frances Dugas leave
this week for Notre Dame.
—Mr. and Mrs. D. Slusky have a
handsome new motor.
—Mrs. Harry Carr and her children,
who are spending some time with Mr.
Harry Carr, Br., will leave in about
a couple of weeks for Macon to spend
several months with her sister, Mrs.
John Stafford. Mrs. Carr’s Augusta
friends wiil be delighted to learn that
she will not make her home in Ma
With The People at Hephzibah
Miss Laura Layton entertained with a
delightful lawn party Friday evening,
In honor of Miss Ruth Martin of Savan
nah. Those invited were Miss Eddie
Starr, Mrs. Chloe Banks, Miss Estelle
Tars well, Miss Elizabeth Reynolds, Miss
Ruth Banks, Miss Laura Starr, Miss
Minnie Carswell, Miss Edna Itayton,
Miss Bertha Christie, Miss Alme
Weathersbee, Miss Mabry Carswell, Miss
Rosa Reynolds, Miss Marie Murphey,
Miss Fannie Lou Davis, Miss Robbie
YVeathorsbee, Miss Nina Christie, Miss
Roba Layton, Miss Emmie Murphey,
Miss Allean Winter, Miss Susie Mae
Davis, Miss Sophie Christie, Miss Amie
Winter, Mr. Terris Christie, Mr. Joe
Carswell, Mr. John Weatherabee, Mr.
Charles A. Carswell, Mr. Fred Turner,
Mr. Drew Christie, Mr. James Carswell.
Miss Inez Rhaney of Wadley, Ga. made
a delightful visit to Misses Anna and
Mary Palmer last week.
Misses Cephia and Cordelia Henderson
and Miss Viola Carswell, left last week
Glimmerings From Grovetown
GROVETOWN. Ga.—Mrs. Hazel
Brand returned to her home in Ath
ens last Thursday, after spending
some time at the home of her pa
rents, Mr. sail Mrs. C. J. Clifford.
Miss Marian Larcher returned
home last week, after a very enjoy
able visit to the home of Mrs. Julian
The many friends of Mr. Hazel
Brand were glad to welcome him
back to the village again. He was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Clif
Mr. Alfred Martin spent several
days at the home of Mr. T. E. Nor
vell this week, where he was the
guest of Mr. Edwin Norvell.
Miss Sylvia Leltner spent Wednes
day in Aiken, where she was the
guest of the Sisters of Mercy at St.
Mrs. Phoolan Ramsey is visiting
her parents at their delightful homo
in "The Rosland.”
Mrs. Virgil Hollingsworth spent sev
eral days in the village last week, at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. U. R. Volltton.
Mr. George Saneken was the guest
of Misses Grace and Moralle Ram
sey this week.
on Summer Stuffs—out the tail-enders go. No matter what
the loss—Lingerie Suits, Shirtwaists,Wash Goods, Lace Hosiery,
Muslin Underwear, etc., at only a semblance of former prices.
■ con, as was announced, but will di-
I vide her time between Macon and
DANCE THURSDAY EVENING.
There will be a dance at St. Pat
rick's hall next Thursday night to
help the fund for church repair along.
The congregation was hard hit hy
the recent high waters and this is
on e of the means used to raise money
for repairs. A fine orchestra will be
on hand and a pleasant evening is
promised by the committee.
—Mrs. E. B. Pilcher is expected to
return home this week.
—Mrs. Eugene Murphey is expected
home from Atlanta Tuesday.
—Mrs. M. P. Foster will occupy the
old Walton home, corner of Elbert
and Reynolds streets, after October
—Mrs. Elizabeth Hubert and family
hav e returned from Warrenton.
for the G. N. and I. C. at MilledgeviUe.
Mr. F. V. George of Savannah was in
the village Sunday.
Miss Belle Fryer returned Wednesday
from a pleasant visit to Madison.
Miss Bertha Christie spent Friday in
Mr. Hawkins has moved Into the Matt
Mrs. Gray, a returned missionary from
China, is expected to honor our town
with a talk at the Methodist church next
Miss Willie Hudson was In the village
Miss Lottie Henderson is making an
etxensive visit in McCormick, S. C.
Miss Carswell left Friday for Denmark,
S. C., where she will teach music.
Mrs. Maggie Bailey is the guest of
Mrs. George Hill this week.
Mrs. Marian Tally will return soon
to her home in Columbia, S. C., after
spending some time at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Stewart Phinizy.
OF THE I. C. S. IN TOWN
■ ■ —*
The instruction car of the Internation
al Correspondence School is in the city
and will be here 10 days longer. The
car is in the Southern Railroad coach
yards near the city hospital.
Inis car is provided with the mechan
ism of a 41-car train, all in working
order and they are used to demonstrate
to the railroad men and the students of
the school, not only the practical, but
ihe theoretical workings of the mechan
ism. The Instructor shows the best way
Jo prevent the mechanism from breaking,
the best way to repair the mechanism
in case of a break-down on the road,
the construction and the best way to
care for the mechanism to prevent any
cars have neen touring the coun
try for several years and they not only
give a course of instruction, but they
are employed by many roads to examine
the telegraph operators, trainmen and
yard officials as to color blindness and
their knowledge of the train rules and
orders of things in general with the
train, that are of the utmost importance
to the safety of the public and the train
The car that is in Augusta is open
Don’t Worry About That Bald Spot
for if the scalp is smooth and
shiny the baldness has come to
stay. Better direct your appre
hension toward the hairs immedi
ately surrounding th e spot, for
they will be the first to go, unless
you kill the dandruff germ and
keep it out of the scalp with New
Th e time to save your hair is
while you hav e hair to save. Ex
traordinary results sometimes fol
low the continued use of Newbro’s
Doctor Waterhouse, a well
known physician of lowa, and a
member of the firm of Dyer &
Waterhouse, advised the Rev. R.
N. Toms, Pastor of the First Pres
byterian Church at Charter Oak,
lowa, to use NEWBRO’S HERPI
CIDE; read his letter about it.
Messrs. Dyer & Waterhouse, Drug
gists, Charter Oak, lowa.
Gentlemen:—The Herpicide. you
recommended to me for use as a
remedy for dandruff and baldness
has proved a groat success. I have
used only one bottle and the result
is surprising. The scalp has been
thoroughly cleansed from dandruff,
the old hair has softened and
strengthened; while short, soft hair
has already appeared in the bald
spots; and I have been greatly re
lieved from headaches. 1 most ear
nestly recommend all afflicted, as 1
have been, ta try NEWBRO'S
(Signed) REV. R. N. TOMS,
Pastor First Presbyterian Church,
Charter Oak, lowa.
TWO SIZES—SOc and SI.OO.
At Drug Stores. Send 10c in
stamps to The Herpicide Co., Dept.
N.. Detroit, Mich., for a sample.
Guaranteed Under the Food and
Drugs Act June 30, 1906, Serial No.
INSIST UPON HERPICIDE.
Green & Horsey Drug Co.
APPLICATIONS AT PROMINENT
from 8:30 A. M. to 10 P. M. and all
Correspondence school teachers, students
railroad men and the general public are
invited to visit the car.
Lectures are given at 10 a. M. and -
and 7:30 P. M. The attention of the
engineers is invited to the latest im
provements on the Westinghouse and
**ew York air brakes, ihe latest equip
ment of the engine and tender. In fact
everything that is of interest to the rail
Mr. P. P. nammel is in charge of the
car, and is assisted by Mr. J. E. M°urn
en, as instructor, and Mr. Will Harris