Theodore Roosevelt's secretary tells Rev. C.O. Gray that Roosevelt had already travelled through Tennessee when Gray's letter arrived. The secretary also explains that Roosevelt's travel schedule is very strict and Roosevelt is unable to add events to his schedule.
The secretary of Theodore Roosevelt thanks J. A. Gwynn for his letter to Theodore Roosevelt. The Secretary says Roosevelt will be especially pleased that the letter comes from a Confederate Navy veteran.
The secretary of Theodore Roosevelt discusses Roosevelt's views on reciprocity with P. V. Collins and states that it is not desirable to publish anything further as the subject is of little interest to the voters.
Theodore Roosevelt's secretary writes to Governor Bass about the Progressive Party gains in New York and New Jersey. The secretary also discusses Woodrow Wilson's difficulties with the Democratic Party leadership.