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A merry Xmas and many
prosperous new years to
our friends and patrons.
Thanking you kindly for
the many favors shown
us in the past, we remain
GROSS, KELLY Co.
The Bethel Chaptei No. 15. 0.
E. S. and Tucumcari Lodge No. j
27 A. F. cV A. M. held a joint'
installation Friday, Dec. 27th, at I
S. p. m. at the Masonic Hall.
After Installation a banquet was
Officers elected for the ensuing
year, Eastern Star:
Mrs. J. C. Jones, Worthy Matron;
A. D. Goldenburg, Worthy Patron:
Mrs. R. P. Donahue, Associate
Mrs. Wm. Troup, Conductress;
Mrs. Joe Spencer, Associate Con
Mrs. M. H. Hoch, Secretary:
Mrs. A. D. Goldenburtr. Treasurer.
I At the election held Dec. 16th,
! Tucumcari Lodge No. 27. A. F. &
A. M., the following officers were
elected and appointed:
A. D. Goldenburg, W. M,;
M. C. Mechem, S. W.:
Ed F. Saxon, J. W.;
W. J. Hargis, Secretary;
J. Wertheim. Treasurer;
J. 0. Adams, Teller:
C. C. Davidson, S. D,
A. C. Coulter, J. D.;
W. B. Jarrell, S. S.;
C. H. Riinkin, J. S.
Atlanta, August 10. 1904.
F. C. DeWitt & Co.. Chicago. 111.
Dear sirs - "1 have suffered more thau
twentv vears from Indigestion. About
eighteen" months ago I had grown so much
worse that 1 could "not retain anything on
my stomach My heart wonld beat so
fast I could not sleep. At times 1 would
almost draw double with pain in the pltf
mv stomach. lost .25 pounds. I now
weigh more than i ever did in my hfe and
am in better hualth than for many years.
Kodol did it. 1 kr a bottle constantly,
and write this hoping that humanity will
be benefitted ' Yours verv truh.
JAKE t MUUhE.
From Wall Street Journal vN. Y.
Mr. Roosevelt is the most dis
cussed man of the twentieth cen
tury. No other personage o! this
generation has made so profound
an impression upon the world.
Although he has been in public
Hfe for a quarter of a century, he is j
even yet an object of mystery, not
withstanding his extraordinary
frankness and volumnousness of
speech. At one moment we think
w have taken the measure oi his
mind, only to discover the next
moment that he possesses qualities
of which we had no conception.
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intellect and character, and even
thos who get closest to to him are
often unable to comprehend him.
The "World' affords an expla
nation of this by 'saying that there
are actually two Roosevelts.
''One of tham,' it declares, "is an
amazing, resourceful, calculating
politician, not over accurate or
ovar scrupulous or over truthful, j
seaing clearly what he wishes to
accomplish, and not over nice m the
moans he employs to raach his j
ends. The other Roosevelt shares
Lincoln's mastering desire to serve
the people and laave a name that
will shine forever in American His
tor5'." Many years ago Thomas B. Read
said practicality the samft thing in
a different way. "That young man
Rooscvalt," he declared, "will be
'haartl from one of these days;h
Gombinos tho quahtfas of Grarmvall
Wishes to thank the young men of Tu
cumcari for their liberal patronage of
the first two weeks business
In other words, he is both ro-
- ' - Ma.w grw bttli i
see only the one or the other m '
Roosevelt, but far a fairly com
plete comprehension of him it is
necessary to understand that while
he possesses the zeal and public
spirit of the reformer, he has also
the arts of the practical politician.
Anyone who fails to give him
credit for his high ideals, does in
justice to him ' and also miscon
ceives his power as a political
Long after his mistakes and his
too violent speeches in a year of
critical financial conditions, and
long after the "Ananias Club,' the
"Tennis Cabinet,' "the undesir
able citizen," "the malefactor of
wealth," the "big stick, "
the teddy bear,' the swollen
wealth," and what Chancellor Day !
calls "the assault upon prosperity J
are forgotten, the lustre of Theo-'
dore Roosevelt's achievements for
national righteousness, fairer com-'
petition, obedience to law. and the
square deal, blazing from the bur- j
with ever increasing brightness
down the pathway of the centuries.
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