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7 m RELATIVES OF OTTO Verde--for Afternoon ..... POSUSHZD V 'RYFR'DAY ', i TAKE VARIED JOBSHapsburgs Have HardTime ! = Entered at the Postoffiee at Malakoff second class matter. . Paying Their BHIs. Subscril)tion Price $,.00 a Year. Advertis|ng Rat s on reques J and .exiledand Vienna' Austria'--The uncles' cuslns / Hungary. other heir kin to are the of having Otto thrones Of a of Hapsburg. hard Austria time ...... All that Love a d Resolutions alad Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. . r:,.._. Ia case of error in advertisement this paper wil not be re- --.. meeting bills from the butcher and Gratitude .ponsible for more than the cost of the Iibaker" " Can Wish for Your i ~Iany of thenL all archdukes and ~ ~ , ..... la~hduchesses of royal blood, were: Good Cheer, left practically penniless when the re-, fiscated the Hapsburg properties In' Blessings in a Mul- i titude--- ' One became an insurance agent' another went to Hollywood, anther~ :=., :i:: I Wish You All, i ' Mothers, Dear, Candies-Jewelry -- Purses ,became a sma l farmer, another a w!l type women who wants to run igraln merchant, another an aviator,~ Stationery--Perfumes IAr0und the Townl ' e government-one of those could. who neglects her own children, All of them bore their difficultiesI T o s redes of violet are combined - leaves home early in the morninu i Naturally, they all await a turn In noon wear. Although lhe duvetyne "Here are just few lines from on their daily work of welfare of :their fortunes, if and when Otto re- coat has a dohmm type sleeve, the "Your Druggist for 30 Years" an aathamatic editor traveling in 'tending to somebody else's busi. "T~a sirl polltlclan who hooHs the !turns to his father's throne back is slenderly fitted. The crepe right platform Is bound to rise." ~ Archduke Maxhnlllan, tl~e onlydress has short draped sleeves. westerly direction for his own hess. She has been everywhere ~,- ,~ brother of the late Emperor Charles. good. Not exactly i n keeping and seen everything .... After 7 }[AYEN :British~earns iriSMaxlmillanreinsuranceliving aSlsconcern.anMarrled.agent for a with the heading of this article, hours of monotonous clicking over HA[} but the editor's words never-the- theties, we finally arrived at Maximilian Is forty and married to less, Following a night Thursday Sweetwater. No dust storm greets A COL0 IN in the Kiiman Hospital, and a us, however, but a heavy rain-- miserable auto ride to Dallas Fri- the very thing we were running RYE day morning, we find ourselves away from .... So much for that day, X to ar, at this exact moment, parked at ..... Now meet Mr. Thorton Jen- W ur.a out Xhanw - yt s|waYs the depot in Weatherford, Texas hinge from Mabank, who will work wzt -r ~a ad$$. Left Dallas at 12:20 on the[serve as your publisher during '-ra a ms a tol me a out ueoore Oad Ltver Oil Tablet~ with their marvel~u~ vlt~fln$ A and D. I started to take them TP and one hour later the train our absence. He is a fine fellow five ye~11 al~ and I haven't had aeold pulled into the sheds at l "t. Worth J and you will find him ever ready that ti e. "~Ooy'e tablets put new life in folks| If our Chevrolet couldn't do bet. / to serve. Up reslstaaee so anyone ea~ laufh at ooza |erms. They make weak, skinny peo~l~ / ter than that backwards, we'd J s~.~.wol~$rflnSt~dyonervedl,, and 1$Orok~. ~hSy l~ give it to you ..... It's no longer ,, ueOoy'e uv, on ~b~t~ ~ your dru$~t~t todalL Do~t w~m~ ~ on lmttsttoM. AJk to~ ~ a mystery why people don't ride the trains anymore--especially if they are goin somewhere ...... About the time we hit" the cush. ions the conductor begins a ter- rible description of what he de- termined the worst dust storm of year at Sweetwater. Mind you that's the exact spot f o r which we're headed on this fore- ed vacation. We left East Texas on account of the dampness-- guess that dust storm business ought to just about fill our bill._. If it's "asthma" or "dust pneu- monia", we'll take the latter-- we alread y know about asthma__ A lady sits across the aisle with a basket of lunch and three small kiddies, that will continue to be hungry as long as the iuncL lasts reach their California des. tination at 7 p. m. the day after tomorrow. We keep asking our. self justwhat the poor lady is going to do when the eats give out .... Just tried one o f those ham sandwiches from the diner and our advice to our friends is never do that ....... We grow weary of the continual rattling of the elderly woman ahead. She's one of those masculine "IN THE LIGNITE CITY" According tO the files of the News of May 13," 1915, plans were being made for observation of old folks day at one of the local churches; the article did not state which church. Announcement was made that on the following Sunday night a sacred harp singing would be held at the Methodist church with Prof. Miller and others of Athens in charge. Dr. D B Owen was a Trinidad visit'or Tuesday. Ira Smith bought a horse at auction here Thursday for $143, W. C. Smith, R. E. Skiles, and Albert Tanner were Athens visit. ors this week. Correspondents from various sections complained of too mush rain. J. A. FOWLER, M. D. PliYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in Skiles Building ASALAKOFF, TEXAS I I II D, B. 0WEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in McDonald Bldg. MALAKOFF, TEXAS THERE is a secret longing in each heart for something that it better, higher, nobler, finer than what we have-- and when possessed should make us better, higher, nobler, finer. SLAVING without Saving will never bring us to our Heart"s Desire--never get us anywhere at all. For present contentment and for fu- ture satisfaction there is nothing that will come up to a tidy sum of money tucked away in an account here. Malakoff, Texas I IHJl I I _ a princess of Hohenlohe. He has two ,sons. Archduke Joseph Ferdinand, who commanded an army in the war. and became commander of the Austrian- Itnngarlan air throes, runs a small ~easant's farm. The archduke, who Is sixty-three, ,morganatically married a bourgeois lw'idow In 1921. This marriage ended by divorce in 1928. lIis shiest brother. Peter Ferdinand, married to a princess of Bourbon, lives with his fatuity in modest cir- cumstances In Switzerland. The younger brother, Henry Ferdi- nand, who also had contracted a ,aor- ......................................... genetic marriage, Is a painter and THE GREATER Athens, Texas IIII l TODAY! Drama that darzs to be sim- ple and true with --John Beal --Gloria Stuart --Virginia Weidler I Saturday, May llth with Kermit Maynard Saturday Night 10:45 Show and Sunday Matinee "$ 0 RAISE" Edward Everett Horton Karen Morley Alan Dinehart Story by Peter B. Kyne Ill Monday and Tuesday May 13-14 " Shirley Temple Lionel Barrymore in "The Little _] I I I Wednesday, May 15 "Vagal o:m, lt0 Ladl r" ,--,,,ith ROBERT YOUNG Come at 9:30 each Saturday night and see two shows for one admission. Each Wednesday is 10c day. I Each Monday and Tuesday an outstanding picture J etcher in Salzburg. Archduke Anton, thirty-four, son of Archduke Leopold Salvator, former in. specter general of the Austro-Hun- garian artillery, was a renowned avia- tion Instructor in :I~arcelona before he became wealthy by tzis marriage to Princess lleana of Rumania. Anton*s elder brother, Archduke Leopold, opened a grain business in Vienna. It did not prosper and was liquidated. He spent some time In Hollywood film studios. The sons of Archdukes Francis, Hu- bert, Theodor, and Clement Salvator, devoted themselves to agriculture. Manage Minor E~tatu. They personally nmnage minor es- tates a!oug [he Danube, which they Inherited from their mother, who was a daughter of Emperor Francis Jo- i~ph. The children of the so-called "Po- lish" Archduke Charles Stephan are living in Galicia. Three have become Polish citizens, and are officers in the Polish army. Tim fourth, Archduke William. Joined the anti-bolshevik ranks of the Ukrainlans. Archduke Eugen, seventy-two, field marshal of the former Austro-Hunga. rlan army, returned to Vienna three years ago. He la living in modest re- tlremen. His older brother, Archduke Fred- erick, who was commander In chief of the Austro-Hungarian army during the World war, still is considered the Irlchest among the Hapsburg princes, although he lost two-thirds of his for- ~tune by confiscation of his properties in Czechoslovakia and In Poland. He lllves In Hungary. Reach Alaska Town in Four and One-Half Days Chlcago.--Nome, Alaska, In ' the shadow of the Arctic circle, Is 7,000 miles from New York an~, Atlantic seaboard cltles.~ Surface transports. Itlon time is 34 days, but now it is ~posslble to travel from New York to the little cffy near the top of the world in far off Alaska In four and one-half days, announces United Air Lines. , Here s the new schedule: Leave New York on United plane at noon, arriving in Seattle In time to catch a steamer for Juneau, Alaska's capital. There one boards a Pan American plane flying over the Gold Rush Trail, 'and In a few hours the passenger is i at the farthest nortl~ city under Uncle Sam's flag. I | I Straw Wine Is So Named From Its Drying Mat]s Parls.--Straw wine is not a synthet'~c drink derived from horse food, but an authoritative, amber-colored wine which owes its name to the manner In whlcI~ the grapes are "cured." Straw wine comes from the moun- tainous Jura region, and has been pro. duced by the same methods since 17(]4. The grapes are so delicate that no one Is allowed In the vineyard I after July, as tim slightest contac{: Withers them. Harvesting beglns long after other wines have been pressed. ,ll The grape clusters are loft on straw mats to dry. Hence the name. Students Get All Living Coats for $3.50 Weddy Athens, Ohio.--One hundred men students of Ohio university here have been able to live on $3.50 each a week this year, under a co-operative plan. The small living expense Includes both room and board. The plan, first tried experimentally last year, was worked out by a group of student~, under direction of the University. I I I . I Malakoff merchants are expecting and have made arrange. ments to entertain a record crowd next Saturday, May 1 l th, when they hold the first of a series of Trades Days to be held through. out the ne tt several months. There reasons for expecting a large crowd: Valuable Prizes to be distributed during the day will induce many to be here and, too, Malakoff merchants will offer Bargains in every line that will persuade you that now is the time to do your Spring Shopping. Undoubtedly this occasion will prove to be entertaining and profitable to those who make the "Lignite City" their trading head- quarters next SATURDAY, MAY llth.