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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 TMK NEWS HIVES THU NEWS WHILE IT S NEWS  THE ADATfENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CJTY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. SATURDAY EVENING. MAR. 4. 1905.  THE NEWS  DELIVERED AI  loc PKH WEEK  VOLUME I  NUMBER 304  $  $  ❖  $  $  $  MEN’S PANTS  Do You Wear Them?  BUCK EYE PANTS Made with Huck Eye Security pocket, out ti» tit and tit to wear. We say with out hesitation the best value ever .shown in Ada.  The Range is From  $2.00 to $6.00  ANO SILVER SHIRTS  Now ready for your ins; onion, embracing a I the 1905 eateries  SPRING HATS  illy. New Low fu rn is hi in;  New Half Hoes. is dependable  0  0  V*'-’  0  0  ■  0  0  if:  «***  PXH  0  ar  TST  .-A.  ♦  | liant <'ostnines «»f th** women, ami (hrs* j put on a touc h of variety which rivaled th** occasion of four years ago. Ever, ledge about the capitol and the win dows were filled to the poi tit of overflow big with their human burdens, anti long before the official party appeared the streets were jammed as far as the eye could reach Several minutes before one o'clock ai; extra loud burst of cheers from th* multitude just in front of the main capitol door called the attention from the brilliant parade of uniforms in th* street to the official party which ha.! just come through the main door -Th.  A president, there he is." ami similar cries came from the assembled no im  lace. but the nation's 4-hief was not to come for some moments  A hush was noticeable in the crowd I he official entrance was dramatic. Ai except those who were participating in the ceremony were seated. When th. justices of tin 1  supreme court, with the exception of ('bier Justice Fuller emerged from between the Corinthian pillars ami taarMied dow n the sloping carpeted aisle to their station they wen greeted with applause. The justices wore their robes amt shul!-, app. Then came the members of the diplomatic corps in their gorgeous uniforms, and ♦ they evoked thunderous applause. Led hy Count Cassini, the Russian ambassador and dean of the corps, and fol lowed by the others in order of prece deuce they took seats on the right of the stand Strolling in after them came rn em bels tit the cabinet senators and representatives in congress  Hush as President Comes.  t he heels of the official  Oath Is Administered.  Chief Justice Fuller stepped to the rout of the pavilion constructed especially for the use of the president timing the ceremonies, and his clerk came Airward bearing  a  bible A hush. followed by absolute silence fell over the rowd. w hich but a moment before was j cheering itself hoarse. President Roosevelt raised his right hand and took 'he oath whirl, kinds him in snpport-* nc ,he  •a'vs aud constitution of the  Announcement  Hollowing oi parti came Mi  ds: the!  *f fr ie w  •rf ai  PRESIDENT BtGINS HIS SECO! TERM  ROOSEVELT TAKES OATH BE TORE IMMENSE AUDIENCE  SOLEMNITY MARKS EVENT  Multitude Awed as Chief Saecutiv* Repeats Binding Words—Twenty-Dt»o On na Boom Sa hue—Fair banks Is Inducted.  Washington. I) C March  4  ‘I uu solemnly swear- that I will faithfully execute ihe office of president * f ’he United States, and to the best of m\ 4  ability, prot**i!. preset *> and defend the coast if tit ion of the United S’ate*. With these words Theodore Roosevelt, president of the I ailed States tor the past three years was Saturday inaugurated for another term to the high est office whii h it is the p, \  t ,f  au  American citizen to attain Chief Justice Fuller wi solemnity of th* hr**. uh* of like character in which ured during hi> < aren , a the oath to the presider I fourth anil las? im-tame :i chief justice is n t>,• ;j ; . of importance Hardly ua< dent finished hi.- it disappeared within than the hush wij the spectator; w preparatory to ta broken by the de.,! in official salute en ter ini- upon dent  Interest  cat.  pass  h' iou*-d into kent  arr  *P  as \  rout;  lh  am  Pos  s lea pan gre  as ti t lolls st ort and  cai  'Ills  ing  stem I ret* I  rtsisti  -en  committee of the horst kaleidos* opi I pon    hee,;  shifting pku X- rapidly took the military j the let brain Ii cs of , |.  ‘foot and artillery I w en grouped i cis ii flat* troops; and n f hr^'»r ch her «rgt.  ■ stand *> await the s The movements troops and organic; the crowd bad lot (Direct!) in its fron In progress for tin ,  The monster Man*!  (v p t*    j    d m*„i • .  7,(M*v persons had bee with ’ lo re; mala >-! iii decorators wen * ngaged for Die tereoiony and u them - * Iv* - leal lung i to-assigned to the variotis ..ft tinge refit d guests  Notables Bego: to Arrive Shortly after noon just fo lowing ha tudu. non into * .fin , ,.f \  lit . i*, v< ..... ..   the  Dr  lf the cl titcli an 's cairn * * set up shout itu J ii I«- k as I Fresh! led of cfi gigant dice Fu  lh  ai     To th**    right      ►n after cliv i>    ion of      different plat    ‘es of      */at: . ; t: i.    ftie'r      gnal to mote "f th*- gatb          ’ ‘«»ns were n<    in ad      ifs entertain:    meat      preparmt ion>    w cr**      nauger.hi i i    velf     Hoi•-* \ **l: and a part y bm a moment later, th ‘tit Mr Fairbanks, an*  ••I ami w• re greeted bs  ts*of applause. As scum  t Fairbanks seated him -a - I Hic military pries hat in the * onimr  J lo gn*a ocean of pees et roar of cheero fair-  * - • i y omul was still* -" ell quiet and eon or. .Imo from between ars. *•<* lifted by Chi* t v * a adorn burst of • Ii nu of the crowd r< ad in harmony p of the chief jus id lanced in state isl* of distinguished urn. all were standing bl be in aru above th -!U wen ouie .tfnuiem-am*- arm in arm. the "nun11tee on arrange  Charles W. Fairbanks.   !  tilted States, with ? reat reverence and I mid deep silence So great was the awe of tile assembled multitude That.  th** semblance of a demonstration followed. Then the president began his naugiira1 address, and a- s<tim ss he hsi inished and disappeared within th*-‘•bitoI the signal was flashed to the navy yard and th* salute of 21 git rn '"■•I  !  he em! of th* 1  *•* remoni. s and the trial step * * f t lie president's entrance :uo bis set ond ti nu • r offlt *  Our new stock of Dry Goods  is now open and ready for \om inspection On account ox tile condition of the weather oiu building is still unfinished. nit we have our stock arranged. and will be more than pleased to show our friends a new and up-to-date stock of Merchandise. Whether it is school dresses tor the children, house dresses, street dresses-or evening gowns, the materials are all here, domestic anc! imported, and all bought to the best possible advantage. Call and see the New Spring Line.  Fairbank  Sci,uul univ i duration of t  I  Inaugu rated, iportanc** to ti  resident on th  a1  the form of an a* c«tmniodat i ag 'reeled on A I in** spited a nil t hor** *d 'n arranging mshers busied  > cct ions tii be Iii Is anil ,ii;.   ,,r  | cneers c ame from to as with meas ti ret  *L ; witll the dignified  '* , tire, the preside! down the long ai I guests By this t aud nothing conli  roar of ti,nudrion ately following members of ih<  ments As the president passed down 'he aisle he bared his head and wit I, * bai ai terist a sweep of his hat bowed in acknowledgement of the salutations from the stand and  1  he ovation from the people  'lie man of the hour was before the most representative gathering that ha,* ever assembled - greet the chief execu I'* of 'he nation upon a  5, w«occasion  I  I ('resident Rouses*-!! manner wa;: not 'hat of a man upon whose head fell the • great responsibilities of a nations * ar* i  1  * in ‘ ‘  voars  of * \|„ Hence as chief ex  Cash on Delivery of ( One Price to all.  ds.  •cut ise had i hang, rn did Lim oln' - Ii man ibauge :h While he wail.  ;  i nit Ii*■ stood in ii rf iani s will) m, •'ti nut \. apparent I campaign gone I, con* * rf int*  man as nim . •ti of t he black sr* at statesman b*- applause to d  • mph w ith no show  • i * I onces of pol it ion I no incniori* s *d'the  .nth; nu more gathei iii’  Chief Justice Fuller.  i-udai ol events for the dm was the induction of Senator Fairbanks of Indiana, into the office of the vice president of th* ( Bited States in the senate chamber rite ceremony was brief and sioipb to ihe extent of l*e cg se>ere Immediately following the address aud oath of \ ice 1'reshient Fair •auks i arm-1he Anal adjournment of t he I iffy i iglu h i digress .iud the beginning *f tIn- special s. ssior Manv other events, sn, ii as the swear ng sn of j.hnos? a third membership of tin* senate and s arsons routine duties which were in then port. were thrust ii by I lo* im press i\ e , * r ceded "Boleti)! at *aj the taking the spectator.*- lr ,, ise, mad.* w itll upht to perform rf ti* e and to supple t .  CHiTwnnn  the ta,lor *  f ° r   umiff UUU, CLOTHING, NE*; TO POSTOFFICE.  r  ceremony there was no letting down of the tension of interest. The passing of a uniformed horseman was sufficient lo call forth cheers, although in some sections th* multitude showed sign rest lesson 1 - This was true partic ularly on the out Lirfs of the throng where pressed by constantly arriving recruits, many struggled to g,*t nearer to th* point ol interest. The effect upon the densely packed multitude was a continuous surging backward and forward a turbulent sea ol humanity.  i he rendezvousing of the troops, committees and civic societies entertained the crowd throughout the long walt incident to the schedule. Tbs various  PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TAKING THE OATH OF OFFICE.  Ives of great im »* * he backgroun I ii.’>n!*•> whieh pre > - ' brief is f h*» i "ai Ii impressed 'sti ll of a prom  i bard and bow#**1  ut it's of t he * if  id defend t he con -'<! States This inil it was admin *’ as president pro I ii** r wo officials "t her ou the el.  ii h rest s I he desk <>f the venal#*  - spot on which  s idem?; for th* 3 *  s who were bv in the senate. P* rsouages we r *  ^ *• present aboil  :  i tug ii rat ion of th** niche and cranny in I with people Tha f  section win* I, is g, norally used privaio > by iii*- - im aiorv ..va-' turned over to the . x* . hum- j arty aud directly opp,, site that quarter newspapermen wer* busily engaged poritaying the scenes I about them Outside cf these two quarters of the gallery persons hold- | log spc, tai lick els wore seated d hurt Iv before 12 the special guests began to arrive The president was J seated In a big red leather chair Immediately in front of the desk of th*» presiding i fluor aud was an interesting spectator of the ceremony in which he j himself had participated four years ago |   1  Ihe induction ceremony did not consume more t ban t wo minutes of t ime and j was administered by Mr Frye, presiding officer of the senate.  XX itll the last positive thump of the gavel upon the desk Senator Fry© re linquished his position as president pro em by announcing the end of that *H>dy laking a scat to one .vide Mr.  ! ait banks took his place and began his « inane ural .address This wa: followed bv till prayer of Dr Edward Everett Hale. Then the organization of the senate was completed* the oath in each case being ad ministered by Mr. Fairbanks. Immediately lypon the adjournment the guests began to file out of the gallery and prep. arations were begun for the inauguration of the president.  rn  *  PAUL W. .LLEN.  -==o  “treble.  NEW HOUSES    NEW    IU    , iii [ES   Trav “;  wel1 -    Look    well.  Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.  #iilen Livery Barn  Two Essential Qualities  Characteri/se our lines o One is to see, but hard todi that's htyle. The other iv describe bur hard to  i onstruction The irood appearance, ti, nerves it.  shoes, scribe— easy to thats  *t produce. 11  'cond pre  j Mo d el 15 ak er y....-----------j  S    Kvcr.vth.ng    good    to ,-at  a l*vavs on | mnd  , lt tho  J  Modo Itakory. Hre^Tl ako,. Mw] Cook,,-,. I  The Ada National Bank  Tom MOPE. Preaiiirnf    .a*.    .    _________  MO. L. BARRINGER. Vice Pres.den ORVILLE SNEAD, Asst Cashier  f0 MOPE, President.  FRANK JONES. Cashier.  Capital Stock, - - -I ndivided Profits. -  Blanks Furnished and Remittance* Made to the I mcnt on Town Lots.  ILI  >vern-   

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