Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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HODGES SPEC I A L OFFERINGS
Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
20 pieces Bleach Dom, full yard wide,
Special, per yard ..........
20 pieces Unbleached Cotton Flannel,
actual value 6 l-4c.
Special, par yard ..........
20 pieces Hamburg Embroidery, 3 to 5
inches wide, worth 7 l-2c td 10c.
Special, per yard .........
20 pieces heavy Val. Laces,
chea wide, worth up to 10c.
2 to 4 In-,
Special, per yard ..........
20 pieces New Wash Drees Goods,
fleeced back, whife ground, with col-
ored dots; also solid colors
blue and white, and In the large fig-
ured designs, suitable for
wrappers, etc.; 15c values.
8pecial, per yard .........
Full line Wool Dress Goods, 36 inches
wide; comes In blue, grown and gray
mixtures, very popular; 65c
value. Special, per yard........50C
White All Wool Fancy Sicilian for La-
dies’ Shirt Waists and Suits; 65c val-
ues. Special, per yard.........-50C
One lot Ladies’ White Sirk Belts, as-
sorted designs all of them right new,
worth 50c, 65c and 75c. Special
* for four days, your choice.......39c
LADIES’ MUSLIN GOWNS.
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About three dozen Ladies' Muslin
Gowns, mostly small sizes, 47c value;
only two to a customer.
Special ........ ...............ISC
Just received part of the shipment
of our Ladies' Cloaks and Jackets, and
we invfte you to look them over while
Ladies’ Full Lengtli Tourist Cloaks,
loose back, with straps.
Our special price............$1500
Ladies’ Three-Quarter Length Cloaks,
loose back, with straps, worth
Our special price............$1000
Ladies' Splendid Quality Short Cloaks,
made with straps and loose backs;
worth $6.50 to $7.60.
Our special price ............$500
No use to wait until the cold weath-
er forces you to buy a new suit. Might
as well buy now while you can get
choice of patterns. We can fit you in
a $20 or $22.50 suit for $15 and $18, or
a $6.50 suit for $4.50.
There is “nothing to It*.’ but what
our shoes look as well, fit as comfort-
ably and wear as long as any you can
buy in any city. There are hundreds
of customers right here in Orange
who will bear us out in this statement,
but we want YOU to wear good, stgl-
lsh shoes, too. Buy Your Next Pair
5 dozen Ladies’ Oxfords and Sandals,
worth $1.25 and $1.35.
Special for four days ...........93C
One lot Men’s Suspenders, imitation
Gayot patterns, 15c value. Special for
We are going to handle Butterick Patterns this Season. They were shipped on the 10th ot this month
and will be in stock next week. THEY ARE THE BEST.
HODGES DRY GOODS COMPANY.
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"ARIET Y—and here we hare it—in all the latest and most-approved styles of Fine
Millintry. The dictum of Paris has been accepted. Her thoughts, developed
by American milliners, stand forth in sumptuous Hats. Not an imported model
in the lot—but copies so exact that a Parisian milliner would lay claim to many.
It is the “Imported” Hat without the imported price—prices ARE surprisingly low. The
color scene of the season will be—brown in all its shades from a rich chestnut hue to a
tint almost as light as champagne—terra cotta—the orange shades and the plum and
mulberry reds. These Hats will all be on display at our formal Fall Opening, which
will be announced soon. At the present time we have the very latest styles in early fall
Ready-to-Wear Hats in all fhe various popular colors. To every woman in Orange and
vicinity we press the invitation to visit our store—try on the millinery and make your-
self thoroughly acqqainted with the styles. Remember this is all new stock—not an old
article in the store.
MRS. JNO. N. OLDS.
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A Combination 8hop
Sheet Metal Work and?Sanitary
Plumbing. New stock,; new
men, new Ideas—mechanical sad
sanitary work. Work guaranteed.
Your patronage solicited.
Wright < Son.
New Phone 480, Division St.
Opposite Holland Hotel,
VISIT THE COOL l
"The Land of the 8ky."
"The Toxaway Country."
Low Summer Tourist Rates to
North and South
Dining Cars Serv
For partlcultra sp
Serve All Meals. «
apply to i
SKELETON IN A TREE.
It is a Mountain Goat’s, But Is a Cu-
St. Louis, Sept. 22.—A curious freak
of nature is exhibited in tbe Idaho
department of the Palace of Min'S,
and Metallurgy, at the World’s Fair.
It is a ram’s t,kull and horns, imbedded
deeply In the trunk of a tree. One
horn projects into the air, but of the
skull and tbe other horn only the up-
per surface Is visible, all the rest be-
ing enclosed within the solid wood.
The section of trunk displayed has
been split down the center, and when
the expoaed surface, at the rear, rep-
resenting the very heart of the tree,
is examined, the tip of the burled
horn and a corner of the skull are
seen to protrude through It
The tree of which this Is a por-
tion was a white pine, growing on the
middle fork of the Salmon riven, about
forty miles in a direct line from Sum-
mit City, Idaho. The horns, which
are easily identifiable as belonging to
the male of the mountain sheep, were
found at a point nine feet from the
ground. Loots! experts, by counting
the rings of tbe horns and the circles
of yearly growth In the log, have ar-
rived at the conclusion that the aheep
had lived for more than a century
when It descended or ascended Into
Its living grave, and that the tree
itself was about twenty or twenty-five
years old at the time, which must
tmve been eighty or ninety year* ago.
. Many conflicting stories have been
advanced to account for this curious
find. Some maintain that the animal
must have been carried into the tree
on a snowslide from a higher part of
the mountin. Others advance the hy-
pothesis that a freshet was responsi-
ble for the freak, the tree having ben
found near the shores of a creek. The
ram must have fallen or leaped
agalnat the tree so violently that one
of Its horns became too deeply Im-
bedded for It to extricate ft. especial-
ly as It was too far from the ground
to obtain a foothold; and It then re-
mained suspended In the air alive un-
til It died of starvation or succumbed
to the attacks of birds of prey.
•t tw Where the specimen was
found was so far remote that It tin "
necessary tp pack It cm horseback for
fifty miles along the devious m
tain trails in order to get it to a wa-
month the weather has been highly fa-
vorable for harvesting and threshing.
If weather conditions remain as at
present the crop will he harvested and
marketed a fortnight earlier this year
than was that of 1903.
Captain Davis of the tug Sealy will
run an excursion tomorrow to the Cow
Bayou Canal and Irrigation company’s
pumping plant. This Is aXrlp d about
thirty miles and will give the excur-
sionists the opportunity of seeing this
plant and the vast rice fields. There
Is excellent fishing at the bayou and
It will be well worth the^tlme and
money spent to go. Boat leaves at (
a. m. sharp. Round trip 50 centa. ••*
Boiling Eggs by the Wholesale.
If you would see the latest electri-
cal novelties you' must board an ocean
greyhound. She automatic •u-boll-
ers on the oeeea craft are destined to
oook 100 eggs at oace, a dock ar-
rangement causing the basket eoo-
tatntng the eggs to hop out of, the
water at say half minute up to aha
■teuton. Another novuity la a aott-
dumptoc oyster-cooker for stews. At
the termination of a glOwn time the
cooker pears Its eeateate Me a acup-
ptnte and automatically shuts off the
IMPROVED SERVICE TO
Santa ! e
Now Operates a Through
Beionont and Dallas
Train leaves Beau—oat Daily at 5
p. m., arriving in Dull— WO a. —
This tarsia is equipped with now
Coaches throughout, and — it a—has
direct connections with fast trains
lor Chicago, Ean—« City sad St
Louis, it will prove very attractive
to the people of East Taxes. Reser-
vations mmy ha made in advance by
I. B. MOIEU, C. P. k.
City Heat Market $
mn CMspumT eg sags '
BEEF. PORK. VEAL. HAMS,
MUTTON, BOLOGNA AND !
VIENNA SAUSAGE, ETC. !
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gives aU erdara.
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Orange Rice Mill Busy,
The Orange rice mill has started up [
reyereVciX.WNm wertem coun-|
Have chartered the i
own boats are
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Dickensheets, Charles D. Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1904, newspaper, September 23, 1904; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth641748/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.