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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                THE NEWS HIVES THK NEWS WHILE IT'S NEWS THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AJ iUc PER WKEK VOLUME 1 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CJTY INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING-, MAR. 4. 1905, NUMBER 304 MEN'S PANTS Do You Wear Them? BUCK EYE PANTS Buck Kyo Security pocket, cut to lit and tit to weai. We say with out hesitation the best value shown in The Range is From to GOLD AND SILVER SHIRTS roach lot "'it the 1 H lion patents SPRING HATS In In laih V'ns Low >hots. Hall Huts tat t a line ot imnistuny uoods iv dependable I PRESIDENT BEGINS HIS SECOND TERM BOOSEVELT TAKES OATH BE FORE IMMENSE AUDIENCE SOLEMNITY MARKS EVENT Multitude Awed as Cbief Eiecutiv Repeats Binding Wno Boom banks Is Inducted 1) f Mauh 4 1 ilo sweat that l will faubfulh execute the nfflti of piesieletn if tbe Waited States and to the best 01 inj4 protect pieseiNt and defend the constitution of the Initii! 'With these wordi Iheoduit HcoscNrlt president of the I uileil sta'ts tor toe past three real- was fc.atini'aj in auguratocl foi anothei lei ni to ilu higb esl office whiih it ib the pi IN ih j.t of ALI American to attaiu Chief Juitue J nllei wi h ill eolemiiitv ot thi hrte i ,f- of like ibaiactei n Nvhuli h h t- ured during his luuei mu n i i the oath to the piesiiit Ut ih i- fourth and lust instance m h chief justict is ,i hi iii s, of impoi taint Haidlv uatl In piesi dent hnibhed his im iMiiHlaic.ii s m dibappeaied within ih i ip i l i i hlmg than the lniah win li h-ul fi h n upon tho spdt.ittiis w I. n h laisi d his hami preparatoi io i ti in !u u u h broken In thi leit. n_ ion t .1 in official saki m XOUIIINI jus1- entei iru upon hi ntlttiin i-pusi dent Inteiest it It Dm in-, i In h i the til ganuadoiis aiiiNin IIN diftt n n u utns p iss( tl mm flu n u n d tilt s u hit h 11 point kepi opt n ilu I i illi nit nnttoi in it tin ilu l i i_ln sushis of i h coinniiiii t s md UK inh i ip u is mjnjj of ihe hoists ltndin_ (lit mst INI s to K-llPiui seopi, p me l iiiiu i fleet t ho, i upon is sue i! (hi constaiitl shitmi-, pn mi i i As 1 N as the I 10 ips miN i ll lilt took ht positions ISSIMU d ilu in i h, lullltaiN (btort stieieheil in to tht It ft and consisted i ui branilith ot iin sot N HI hoiso foot and amlleiN the iuht weit grouped diNi-n.il attti diN ision jtatc iroopb and in clifferent plai es ot ati to d, itielr (stand to tin signal to nioNt Pht inoM; nit uis of tin h  eniit IM i a i rim., thi -.re 1 1 >i s t signt il to ilit tlneintbiil suesis Notables Begin to Auive Shot 1 1> aflti noon just i luilin ion into ntlii ot i a, tliH uioiisift wuli mis ,s i. net, in to fill had nim winu monus m nj, s, i, ,1, EK.au (h i halt licnn pi toipn 1 1 vuiiiact u i siHiu ih who tt> tht tolot aHoulf i Plains ,nd I mum., v, tin h> llant'iostunies of the vTomeu put on a touch of varietV which rivaled the occasion of foiu veais ago Even ledge about tho capitol and the win dows were filled to tbe point of overflow Ing with their human burdens and long before the official party appeared the streets weie Jammed as lar as the eye could reach Seveial minutes before one o'clock an extra loud burst of theeis from tlu multitude jtibt in fiont of the main capitol dooi laltetl the nlientlon from the brilliant pat ado of uniforms In Utieet to the official pailN which had I just come thioiiKh the nmiii dooi Thi I piesident theje ht is and slnilHi cries, came from the assembled noon late bul the nation s NNas not to tome loi oint moments hush was noticeable in the ctowtl Ihe olni ial c nti ance NNUS di aiiiatic Al' except those NN ho pai I u ipatlng in Hie ceiemony veio When Ilu justices of tho supiome toiiit, with i of Chlet lustite Fullei emeiBed fiom bet NN ceil the Corinthla'i plllais and maiMiecl down tbe sloping taipeted aisle to theii station lbe> weii Kieetetl appltuue 1 be justieen won- theii tobt and caps Then i UUP tht iminhtis of the iliploniatle 101 ps in then uniforms, and thoN t'NoUed (liundeienis applause Led fount Passim the Htihbian ambas- sador and dean of the corps and fol lowed In the otlit is in oidei of piece dome took heats on the light ot tht stand stiolltng in aftei them came niembeis ol tie caljinel senatois and 10 pit son! at IN es in t ongit ss I Hush ns Piesident Comes. follow mi, on tht hetls of theofflclal pat IN i ami Mis House it and a ottrltnds ilu n hut a inoiiif nt latei the m NN N no u sub in Mi I an banks anil his i eoit 1 mil wen gieetod tit mi ndoiis luiists i i pla ise is nt T'n si di ui l m inks seat t tl him s II i hi tin (s, iii, niilltaivpn i nil d ni ins hat in the ionium lees taim oil mlili 11 at oiean of peo pit set up i pi i h c i i o n ot t hec fair shOIIIIIU list It h is Qutekas ilia li oinid NNasstill, i in 1 fiesldi in KOI ill quiet and com posed ot denuaiuM mu> troui between 'ihe mnantie pillais bv Chit t liistiK Tulle i i mdoni burst ol i lit i i s t amo ftoin i h I ion I of the crow il as wuli nit asm td ie id in harmonN wuh lht> d sit p of 4110 chief jus lite ih  wMiunie Iftuueui ately following caiin aim in arm the inenilxis of the lommittre on arrangt inents AS tlu piisuhnt passed down the aisle he baied his head and with i hatai tei istn sweep nr bit. hat bowed in u knoNvledgement ol the salutations from the stand and the from the people "Hit man of ihe> houi was before the most icprcs ntatiNt that hail or assemble d i, jjreot tht t hiof exec u the of tho nation tip., n a occasion Oath Is Administeied Chief Justice Kullei stepped to (he front of the dall> for the use of the piesidenf dm ing the eeiemonles and his elerk oame forward bearing a lilble A Inihh, fol lowed absolute silenw fell over the row d which but a moment before was (heetinj. Itself hoaise President Roosevelt raised his light look the oath w'hltb binds him in suppoit- e (he laws and constitution of the Announcement I Chailes W Fan bunks nlted Statts with fi eat e ieiu e ami mild tieep silenct So meat was the of the assembled imiltitude Thai not the semblance ol a demonstration followed Then tht preside m began his inaiiKUial aeldie ss and is s ion as be had Mnislied and disapptaied within ihe ipilol the SIMM! tl ishod to the and iiu s.iluu of .1 mm lold tin end ol the ceremonies and the mnal sle p ot ihc pi e suit m s entianc r i ilcv his sec ond li i m t I oflie t Fniibinks Is Inniisuiated 'sitond onh in impoitaii to ihp in uimiiation ol tin piesidini onthecul new stock of Dry Goods is now open and ready for your inspection On account of the condition of the weather our building is still unfinished, but we have our stock arrang- ed, and will be mare than pleased to show our friends a new and up-to-date stock of Merchandise. Whether it is school dresses for the children, house dresses, street dresses- or evening gowns, the Mate- rials are all here, domestiband imported, and all bought tp the best possible advantage. (Call and see the New Spring tine. Cash on Delivery of C ds. One Price to all. CHITWOOD, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFKE. fiesidiiit Koost s inannei wae no i hat of a man upon hose bead fell tbt- tesponsilnlii n s ot ,i nation s t ai t I lit c i ears of i i ieiu p ai. t hief t (iiliM had thuKiei i Ins man as mm n is did I imolii s hi ntionofthobl.uk man change ibat ial stutosinni In waiittl h i i In applaiiso to di >ui he sioocl m tiiiimph no stu it lib no xiileiues f politic il i ipp in m nn mi u s ot th un mil noth more' c om t Him, i IUIM r ifht i iiu H Theodore Koosevelt roicinonv llifn vsu no lit ting of the tension of Inteiest The of a iinifoimed hoisotnan Nv.ib HUfflcient to call forth cheeis nUhough in home sections the tnnllitiidc allowed signs ol reblltMini-- I his was tim ulaily on tlu iris ol the throng where picsbed i ori'-ti nlly anlvlng recruits many blrtiKRled h, nearci to (bt. poiut ol liiuresi riie t ff (11 upon the densely put U  ihe extent of be itiK beveie ImmediatelN (ollowing the address ami oalh ot U t Piesldtvit Fan tanat tbt final adjoin nineiit ofthe Plfl.v t igbth i oiiL.it ss (lmi tho befjinnini; eif tbe special si ssioii Mam othei t i enis sut h as ihe sNNear !HK in of i.lmos! ilntd of the senalt and n ions loulmp duties whir h wt re HI ihe in e IN e s of meat im pint tlniisi into ilu fiac Kgronn 1 IIN tbe mipiessiN c 11 u monit s which pie coded Solemn in I brief is tho tht e I h oalh unpiessed the spectators It 1( usisiid of a prom ist made bead to perfomi i In ilnnes of (ho ot in e ami losuppoii md defend the i on stilution of ihi 1 until States Plus oaihofeitlH md n NNas admin islt n d IIN .senaii i IIN is piesident pro tempoio of iht i n iii I he t woofflcials u u oilii i on tho ele v. Im h losts (he desk HIM of the senate in spot on pit sidf nts foi th PAULW. ;LLEN, Li Stable. NEW HOUSES NEW BUGGIES TIHNP! well. Loolv wel, Satisfactory Service Guaranteed Allen Livery Barn i- loot I i out ron i in plat fiint if tin pi prat i >c a II ill ilu 11 past >d Hi-, ml PRESIDENT BOOSEVEXT TAKING THE OATH OF OFFICE s 11 I stooil n i In noiablf s NNbo wi ie lucstnt .11 thi ci it mom MI iht st nut e piutiiillN Ihc sun, pi is-ona-'i s wn seen it this nt pit s( nl abou in houi Lite i ih, mai Amadou of the u HNTI N im ho md i runny m i IN was mini people That soei ion NN hu h is M HP, Uh IN ilu siiKitius nas tinned ONer to ihi ixtcuiiNe paitN and ilnoi ll> oppo site that iiuaitii niNNspipii men wen the scenes about them Outside these two tiuaiteis ol tin KalleiN persons hold- ing ial lickets weio seated Shortly befon U tht special quests began to aime The piebident was seated in a big iod leatbei thalr Im raedlatelv in fiont of the desk of the presiding officei and was an inleieslinK spectatoi (he teremonv In winch he himself had participated foui yeaibago The induction ceiiinony did not con- sume moi e t ban t Nvo minutes of I line and was administered by Mt Ttjo piesid IIIK offltoi of Hit senate With (bo last positive thump of the Kave 1 upon Ilu elcsk Scuntoi Kneie luuiumliid hi- position .is piesident pro i'iu ,11111011111 Inu: tlu of that bodN I akin a seal Io om side Mi r-vubank look Ins phiie mil hi i ui hi? m niMiril -nddiess Ilns NN i the pi IM i ol Hi rdwaid lONOictt Hah I'hou Ihe (ion ol the spnitr complit- ed the oath in tncb taso being at' ministered by Mi Fairbanks- Immedi- ately upon the adjournment the suesls began to file out of the Rallorv nnrt prep aratlons were begun for the tion of the president ities Two Essential Qualities our linos of .slices. One is to soo, but hard that's StA le Tho other is eiisy to elosciibe but hard to -co-that's Construction Tho lust produces wood tlu> -second pre- sei ves it. C H APMAN Model Bakery Everything good to oat, always on hand ftt, the Model Bakery. Bread. Cookies. Etc. 8ce him opposite the J. A. ISLINGER, The Ada National Bank, L BARRINGEH- V.cc President FRANK JONES. Cashier ORVILLE SNEAO Asst Cashier Cupifil Stoc-k, fcMUMtMHi Profits, Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. ADA, CIIJCKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.   

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