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PARKER IN NEW YORK.
Is Working Hard to Familiariz4
Himself With Details of Campaign
A look into Parker's receptioi
room at his apartments at the Hote
Seville reveals a olitical workshoi
equipped almost as completely as hi
library at Rosemount. It only need
a view of the stacks of correspon
'dence and imposing looking docu
ments to corroborate the report tha
the - democratic candidate intend
spending a great deal of his time be
tween now and election day in Nev
York, where he can keep in clos<
touch with the campaign.
That Judge Parker is acquaintinE
himself with the minutest details o
the canvass in every one of the state!
placed by either party in the doubtfu
column is evident from his discus
sions with campaign managers. Man3
reports are being made to Judge Par
ker by individual workers which dc
not pass through the hands of th<
nationkl committee an&- which are
given his personal attention. This
work takes much of his time, so mued
in fact that scores of callers whc
have no particular business with th4
candidate are unable to find him dis
engaged. Little of Judge Parker'.
correspondence is attended to b3
clerks. Every letter that goes out
unless it be some formal acknowl
edgement of service, is read and sign
e4 by the judge.
In this political workshop the can
'didate little resembles the dignified
man so much photographed. Fre
quently he wears a bobbed off sac<
coat, with elbows shiny and thin, and
be does not always change to hi.
frock when visitors are announced
In this apparel he usually toys with 2
pen or pencil nervously, as if anxiou.
to get back to his work.
This is as newspaper men foune
him yesterday when they were ad
mitted for a daily talk. Little in
formation comes from these visits
The candidate will discuss his per.
sonal plans but no questions of
political character. He has made 1
plain that matters which might in
fluence the destiny of the campaigr
should not be answered in an off
hand manner, as might be the cast
where replies are made to questiom
carelessly propounded or capable o:
more than one, interpretation. H<
has adhered to a policy established
soon after his nomination--that o:
answering formally any questions
vitally affecting party interests.
Judge Parker found time yesterday
to answer much correspondence. His
callers were fewer than on any pre
vious occasion when he has visite<
W. R. HEARST.
Urges Special Activity On Part o:
William R. Hearst, president of th<
National association of democrati<
clubs, has issued an address to tha
association urging upon its member:
"spec-ial activity and untiring energ:
from now until the closing of th<
polls." Mr. Hearst's address say:
"I have offered my services ank
those of my newspapers to the man,
agers of the democracy, and in so fa1
as I have felt justified as your presi
dent in so doing I have offered th
much greater influence of the Nation
assoc2ation of democratic clubs
pledging the honest co-operation o
all the members to further effort or
the lines of that genuine democracy
in which a majority of the Americax
"lit is the duty of the members o
the National association of democrat
ic cdubs and of all democrats to unit
in proving that democrats have prin
ciples and permanent principles.
"The democratic party has a grea
respect for vested right-it has als<
a great hatred for vested wr)ngs, n<
matter how long or respectable thei:
antecedents. Democrats believe ii
the statement of their platform tha
the rights of labor are certainly n<(
less vested,' no less 'sacred' and n<
less 'inalienable' than the rights o
"Democrats denounce the expor
tation without process of law o
'workingm'n or women from the state
of Colorado or from any other par
of American soil. The democrac:
eests all kinds of anarchy, and es
All Goods Gu
money if you
ons for your I
pecially that which puts the executive
of a state, backed by the militia,
above the laws and above the courts.
ting the thieves out of the postoffice s
and all other branches of public ser- c
vice, from the United States senate
all the way down. S
"The democrats believe that public e
property is public property and that r
not even the occupant of the White c
House should turn men of war into
private yachts or make of the officers
and sailors of the navy the domestic z
servants of the president's household. s
"The democratic party believes in t
expansion-it is the party of expan- 3
s4on, as Jefferson was America's
greatest expansionist. But it is op- a
posed to imperialism.
"The democratic platform says:
'We denounce protection as a robbery
of the many to enrich the few,' and
democrats mean exactly what that a
"They know that through protec
tion the trusts rob the public, work
ingmen and business men alike. And
democrats, if elected, will find a way
to pull away from the trusts their r
protecting cloak-the tariff. , 1
"These, with a heartily pledged
support of the Monroe doctrine, a de
mand that the service of the old sol
diers be fairly and generously recog
nized and a vigorous protest against
the attempt of President Roosevelt
to stir up race hatred as an engine
of political advancement constitute
the main features of the latest demo,
cratic platform, worded to meet the
especial conditions and emergenices '
Af the day."
Who says that Smith must beat his
Who said Jones leads a double life?
Who says that Brown makes parts
Who says the Blanks ill treat the
That Robinson some trust funds
That Newrich had a crooked look?
Who knows the man that's bound tot
Who knows the man who can't get
Who tells you every fault and sin?t
Who says the words that sting andI
Who incognito plies the art?
And ye of whom ye are a part.
A Babe's Wild Ride For Life.
With family around expecting himi
to die, and a son riding for life, 18
miles, to get Dr. King's New Discov-(
ery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds. WV. H. Brown. of Leesville,t
Inmd., endured death's agonies from I
asthma; but this wonderful medicineI
gave instant relief and cured him.
He writes: "I now sleep soundly
every night." Like marvelous cures
of Consumption, Pneumonia. Bron
chitis, Coughs, Colds and Grip prove
its matchless merit for all Throat and J
Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles
5oc and $r.oo. Trial bottles free at
WV. E. Pelham & Son's drug store.
Giffe-The lady barber is rather
forward, isn't she?
Spinks-Guess not. I never see
jher talking to any customer that she
*Giffe-Still, she scrapes a good 4
aranteed to be as rep
IPS, &c. ever shown
will see us before you
horse or Mule.
If you are good at guessing or an
wering here are a few questions you
an wrestle with: "You can see any
lay a white horse, but did you evei
ee a white colt? How many differ
nt kinds of trees grow in your
ieighborhood, and what are they
ood for? Why does a horse eat
rass backwards and a cow forwards?
Vhy does a hop-vine wind one way
Md a bean-vine the other? Where
hould a chimney be the larger, at
he top. or bottom, and why? Can
rou tell why a horse when tethered
vith a rope always unravels it, while
cow always twists it into a kinky
-ow old must a grape-vine be before
t begins to bear? Can you tell why
eaves turn upside down just before
. rain? What wood will bear the
,reatest weight before breaking?
Vhy are all cow-paths crooked?
When a man's wife is away he al
vays get a grouch on because he does
ot seem to be able to live up to
"Do you think he will live through
"Of course he will. Didn't he par
icularly inquire of the doctors if it
vould be any cheaper if he did not
Can Afford It.
Vhen she was poor and had a cold
Cough syrup would relieve her;
~ow she is rich and has to take
A journey to some inland lake
To get rid of hay fever.
Diseases Peculiar to vWomen.
If Acid Iron Mineral is used ac
ording to directions as an internal
emedy, or as "A wash," and no ben
fit follows, after using one 5o cents
ottle write us and we will refund
'our money. Sold by Druggists.
Acid Iron Mineral 'Co.
Columbia, S. C.
Acid Iron Mineral is not a patent
nedicine, but a wonderful combina
ion of Health Giving factors, mined
rom the earth and compounded in the
-aboratory of Nature. It is of such
~reat strength that it only takes a "lit
le to do the work." It cures such
large percentage of chronic dis
ases after all else has failed, that it
as won for itself great fame almost
rom the first dose. Nothing will
uild up the broken down system so
uickly and permanently as A. I. M.
Why complain and suffer because of
ome disease which undermines your
iath and robs life of its charm caus
ng you to lose hope and succumb to
[spair and finally premature death.
let A. M. I. at once. It may suit
our case exactly. It has suited
housands of others. Trade A. M.
.mark on every bottle. Sold by
Acid Iron Mineral Co.
Columbia, S. C.
PIANOS - AND - ORGANS *
and Lots of Them.
WE SBLL THE BEST MAKES
Our prices are about ten
1per cent. under Northern prices *
EeyPiano or Organ we
s1isfully warranted by the $
bmakers, and backed up by us.,
"Write us at once for catalogue,
iprices and terms.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
resented. Best Line o
in this section. We c
buy. Will trade Buggii
Are my long suit,
+ except bad onec
* stamp and an ind
+ ing linen for 40
* other good thing,
* 1334 Main Street,
Lime, - Cem4
Terra Cotta Pipe, Ro
Carolina Portland Cement
Building Material of
Whiskey ... MOrphiei.ne
Lady St. (or 0. Box 75,)Columbia.
j GREEN FRUITS *
* Everything in the F
S. B. J
- rC ONS
SChronic constipation und
M those who suffer from this
// that is so stubborn that fe
M best physiciani3. If you a
E disease, we want you to tr
Sdreds-and the cure is per
Sdestroy the life of the liver
which~will stimulate the 1
Sorgan so it will perform it
~I tives which are harmful.
Snecessary to cure you, an<l
DR. JAMES' IRON
Cures Habitual Constipation, i d
There is noi
Lungs out, u
I tle of Murra
lien and Tar
A few doses of this Househc
lief. A positive cure for In:
Throat. Anti-Spasmodic in
an save you
Bs and Wag
I make any kind
. I furnish a new *
ellible pad for mark- .
cents. I have some
;. J.WILSONGIBBES, $
ice Supplies, etc.
Columbia, S. C.
Smal Lots. Write
Co., - - Charleston, S. C.
and Cement Co.
TON, S. C.
all kinds. High Grade
Ciarrtte _ All Drug and Tobacco
Habit, I Habits
ite of South Carolina.
C. C Confidental correispondence solicited.
FINE COFFEES I
ancy Grocery Line.
HING FRESH. $
ermines the whole constitution of
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*w sufferers are ever relieved by the
re affilieted with this debilitating
y the remed v that is curing Lun
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iver and strengtheni and purify the
s proper function without purga- .
This compound contains a;l that is
[ nothing that is harmful.
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ieed of wearing your
hen you can get a bot
v's Horehound, Mul
'd Remedy will give immediate re
luenza, Bronchitis and Diseasses of