Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC
Newspaper Page Text
CONGRESSMAN WYATT AIKBN.
He is of Great Value to His District and
Will No Doubt Take High Rank
In the House.
The following is from the Wash
ington correspondence of the Green
The three new South Carolinians,
Aiken, Croft and Legare, fare about
like other new men in committee
assignments, and what they will
get in the future will be determined
by the rank they take. Legare is
already recognized as a bright
young man who has a future, and
Wyatt Aiken's strong personality,
hard sense and general capacity for
making friends promises to land
him away to the front as a member
of the House. He can't get there
in one term, but if his constituents
give him a chance it is predicted by
old members of the House that he
will take high rank. He is the
kind of fellow to make warm friends
in the House and is enough of a
politician to know the art of recip
rocity in House deals. Legare is a
man of similar characteristics, and
these two fellows, with young Le
ver, will mak a trio worth watching.
It is the brightest trio of young fel
lows the State has had here in
years and all they need is to be
given an opportunity to get accus
tomed to their places before they
are taken away. The really valu
able man in Congress is not the man
who makes a speech at a minute's
notice and spouts a lot of words. It
is the man who can do the most
work for his constituents on the
quiet or any other way, wlho is la
miliar with Washington and the
ways of government departments,
and vhio knows just where to go
for a thing. Many a man comes
here from a district who doesn't
stay here long enough to know
where to go for the most insignifi
In this respect Wyatt Aiken is of
great value to his district. He was
here with his father years ago and
knows Washington pretty well.
What lie didn't learn then he will
soon pick up.
South Carolina ought to learn
what the New England States have
long ago discovered-that is, send
a good man to Congress aid let
him stay here. The longer he stays
the more valhAble he will bcco'ne.
He makes afliliations and (eals with
strong tIen of the Ilouse that hiel
him in future leg islationi.
WVill Div'ide Prmofits.
TheL prid.it2 said( ini his mes''O
that " the peop(ile of Paniamna rose as
one man, at which the Wasing:toni
IPost says that th le two or t hree meni
between thienm evidenitly recei ved(
the signial at the same timie. --Col.
TPhe angel of death hias again vis
itedl our neighborhood and h orne
away the spirit of our dear frienid
and neighbor, Sall ie I . D avidsoni.
She was a lady lovedl and( esteemedb
b)y all who knew her. HeIr Miuiny
disposition won friends wherever
she went. She died November 1 2
after two weeks' illness of1 pnteumio
niia. l'o tlle agedl fttiher and1( sGr
rOWinig sister ai l)rotller, we Cx
tend our lheartfelt symlpatlhy, alltl
commliend( thie:n to God who dloethI
all things well. We how in hiunmble
submissioni to his divine will, amid
pray to God to meet her ini hieaveni
She had no fear of (leath, and was
ready to mieet her Saviour.
One that loved her,
CA RD OF TH ANKS.
Miss Mary Davidson desires to
extenid sincere thanks to her friends
and( neighbors who showed kind
ness dunrinig the last illniess of her
sister, Sallie R. D)avidson.
how low w
cure some ol
This is go:od
to go by Jan
get the first
Don't miss t:
'LENDID NEW STOC
...UPON THE MARP
n Sweep" prices at a i
you need the goods his
buy when you see this
e are selling them. offe
)m Now on tc
vill have a chance to get at low price:
brought to this market. We want ev(
the bargains we now offer.
reep of Clothing Shoes
i $ 5.50 and $ 6.00 now $ 3.7,.
800 " 9.00 " 6.00.
10.00 " 12.50 " 8 50.
14.00 " 15.00 " 10 00.
16.00 " 17.00 " 12.50.
19.00 " 20.00 " 14.50.
so Prices are Solid and 1t01,i Propof
a "Great Reduction" prices
ies, but everything goes in
ing Counter is a Bargain Counter,
Entire Store is a Bargain Store in
news for those contemplating buying
vho knows anything about our stock
:t. This Great Reduction comes in th
cal buyer most forcibly, for there he
to save money in buying your winter <
the skeptical, but all who buy here
~lOODS ARE MARKED IN
>r that everything is just as advertist
uiary 1 st-just 40 days yet to come, Ti
pick of the spklnid goods going at "C
his sale and then say that you thought
Ewart - F
Clothiers and Out
e have decided to make a change
ur business on January 1, 1904.
has absolutely been determined
all goods left in over stock after
Great Reduction Sale will be
red in bulk at the best offer we
get for the whole stock.
3 some of the best and newest
)ry friend and customer to se
Shoes Which Weroe $1 65 now $1.25.
"t " " 2.25 now 1.75.
"6 " " 3.00 now 2.50.
"6 " " 3.50 now 2.75.
" " 4.00 & 4.50 now 3.25.
""" 5.00 & 5. 50 now 4.00.
Fine Shops, Good Shoes, for men women
on these two leading
the sale, Hats,
Every Shoe S?helf is a Bargain
this Great Reduction Sale.E
now or in the near future, and
will tell you it is up-to-date in
e nick of time and must strike
as never been offered a better
>utfit. We can scarcely expect
during this sale will have their
dc and that the whole stock is I
me moves swiftly. Come andf
lean Sweep" prices.
we didn't mean what we said d tc.
li fer CO.
ecn er f