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DOUGHNUTS and CRULLERS From the New Royal Cook Book DOUGHNUTS! There is nothing " more wholesome and delightful than dough nuts or crullers rightly made. Doughnuts S tablespoons shortening i cup sugar 1 gg cup milk 1 teaspoon nutmeg; 1 teaspoon salt 3 cups flour 4 teaspoons Royal Caking Powder Cream shortening: add sugar and well-beaten egg; stir In milk; add nut meg, salt, flour and bak ing powder which have been sifted together and enough additions! flour to make dough stiff enough to roll. Roll out on floured . board to about -inch thick; cut out Fry in deep fat hot enough to brown a piece of bread In ' 60 seconds. Drain on un biased paper and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Crullert 1 tablespoons shortening 1 cup sugar teggs . 3 cups flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon $4 teaspoon salt j teaspoons Royal Baking Powder cup milk Cream shortening; add sugar gradually and beat en eggs; sift : together flour, cinnamon, salt and baking powder; add one naif and mix well; add milk and remainder of dry Ingredients to make soft dough. Roll out on floured board to about Vr lnch thick and cut Into strips about 4 inches long and -inch wide; roll in hands and twist each strip and .bring ends to- f ether. Fry In deep hot at. Drain and roll In powdered sugar. . MM, BAfflNG Absolutely Puro Mad from Cream of Tartar, derived from grape. . FREE New Royal Cook Book con taining these ana icons of other de'if Mfol recipes. Write for it TODAY. EOT AL BAKING POWDER OO. IK Fulton StrMi Hew fork at? He.Commeci&l, Union City, Tenn. UNION CITY, TENN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Eat at Forrester's. Mr. Thad Day, of Jackson, was in the city Monday. ; " ; -. Rev. V. H. Neal, pf Newbern, w.as In the city Tuesday. .. .-. Mr. R. E. Craig was in Fulton Monday on business. Battery troubles adjusted by Temple Motor Co. , 30-tf J. W. Ayecock, of Jackson, was In Union City Monday. L. F. Barber, of Jonesboro, Ark., was in the city Saturday. We repair cars and batteries. Let us show you. Temple Motor Co Mr. Mr. R. H. McDaniel, of Troy, was a business visitor here Monday, All the latest Victor Records at Harpole-V8lker Furn. Co. Mr. T. H. Berry, of the Obion vi cinity, was a business visitor here Saturday. Miss Evelyn Pruett, of Woodland, was a week-end visitor of Miss Lettye Mai Gray. Ask Temple Motor Co. atnut that weak battery or balky car. 30tf Rev. H. fi. Johnston and Mr. A. O, Caruthors, of Hickman, were in the city Tuesday. ".'into IS KERVOUS WOBRIED Most women neglect their health, and for this they tay the penalty. Any woman will find that neglect does not pay. A little more atten tion to health would brighten up her life. If she asks he neighbors she finds that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription benefits a woman's whole system. It not only acts upon the .troubles and weaknesses peculiar to women, but is an all-round tonic that braces the entire body, over coming nervousness sleeplessness, headaches, dizziness and a run down condition. u - All druggists. Liquid or tablet form. Send 10c. to Dr.Pierce'a Invalids' Hotel ' in Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package. Athens. Tekh. "I have been ' ailing with feminine troubles for 25 years, and thought I would never be well. I had five differ ent doctors, and was confined to my bed at times. A friend told me to try a bottle of Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pre scription, and I got a bottle and took it. and felt' , Co much better that I have never been ; without H since." Mb B. B BO est Cats, B. B, D. 4. ; . Messrs. Charles Dunlap and Steele Ezzell, of Paris, were registered at the Palace Sunday. -Boys and girls save the Yellow Kids. They are worth $10.00. Mayor F. L. Pittman returned home Tuesday after a short business trip to Nashville. A tremendous landslide in prices of millinery at Mr3. Arnn's. . 34-2t Mrs. W. E. Johnson, of Paducah, was visiting, friends in Union City the first of the week. , Mrs. Jake Caldwell is in Mayfleld visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. E, Shelton, and new grandson. . Where do you eat and drink? Af ter all, Forrester's place is the best. Mrs. Frank M. Hood and Mrs John McDearman, of Columbus, Ky., were in the city Saturday shopping. Boys and girls, bring all the Yellow Kids homo and get yur re ward. Messrs. Baxter Fisher and John Marshall Martin, of Martin, were business visitors in Union City Tues day.- " If you want to sleep warm get your blankets from us. Harpole- WalkerFurn. Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Reynolds ar rived Saturday from Weaverville, N. C., and will remain here for several weeks. , ' ; Roasters for every size turkey in Obion County at prices to suit the times. Wehman's. Mrs. E. Cunningham, who has been engaged at Mrs. Arnn's store as trimmer, left Sunday for her home in Mobile. You will have to see our stock to appreciate the values we are of fering. Harpole-Walker Furn.' Co. Miss Addle Roundtree, who has been here as the guest of Miss Anna Alexander, returned to her home in Jonesboro last Thursday. Beautiful hats at greatly re duced prices at Mrs. Arnn's Millinery Store. 34-2t Mr. E. R. Adams, of the Oliver- Cobb Drug Co., is spending a few days vacation with relatives and friends at Helena, Ark. -Boys and., girls, bring all the Yellow Kids home and gt your re ward. - . .- Mrs. H. B. Link and son, of Padu cah, and Mrs. Charley Murchison and Mrs. Dave HugheB, of Hickman, spent Monday with Mrs. Ed Reese. If you want to sleep warm get your blankets from us. Harpole- Walker Furn. Co. , .- Dr. W, F. Roberts, of Troy, and Dr. Smith, of Fulton, are in Louisville attending the annual meeting of the Southern Medical Association. If. you -want the best In music hear the Graf onola. Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. . . , Miss Loreno CaDDS. saleslady with the Cash Economy Store, of Martin, spent Sunday in Union City with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Capps. -You will have to see bur stock to appreciate the values we are of fering. Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. ; Death of Aged Citizen. . , Mrs. Bettie Pickering was born Oct. 19. 1847, near Union City, and died Nov. 14, 192Qin Union City, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. S, Talley, and the funeral was con ducted at that residence, Monday morning, Oct.' 15, by Eider F. O. Howell, of Obion. The remains were laid to rest at Palestine, near her old home in Fulton County. She was married in 1863 to Mil ton C. Huddleston, and three chil dren blessed the union. They are, Mrs.' C. S. Talley, Arch and Charles Huddleston, of Fulton. 1 After Mr. Huddleston's death she was united In marriage to George S. Pickering and there were also three children born of this union G. E. Pickering and Mrs. Jake Huddleston, of Fulton, and G. H. Pickering, of Mayfleld. Mrs. Pickering also leaves three step-children, and by her good management reared the three fami lies of children in such a way that a very unusual devotion existed a mong them. It was a very happy home and the children will always cherish the memory of their child hood days. , v. Mrs. Pickering also leaves a num ber of grandchildren who will miss her very much for she was especially fond of little children, always doing the things she could to make them happy. Bro. Howell told of living in her home' for .more than a year, how his family- loved her and of the grandmotherly love she had for his children. He spoke of her strong in tellect and character, her sweet, christian waysand the blessing that such a woman is to the world. He said that he had been her pastor for a number of years, and knew that her life was devoted to God. -She was always faithful to her church, never missing a Lord's Day service when her health would permit attendanoe. Her's was a life of service to the Master, and the many loved ones and friends that she leaves behind may be assured of her having a place in heaven, and that they may see her when we are gathered together in that happy home. Miss Maxine Webster is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomson, at Fulton. BUEGLAES GET $1,000 - LOOT AT EIDGELY Bob Four Business Houses, Dogs Lose . 'Trail. ; Tiptonville, Tenn., Nov. 14.- Bur glars visited Rldgely, eight miles south of this place, and broke into four business houses Wednesday night. The J. C. Cox & Sen general merchandise : store suffered loss of obout $650, the Jewlry store belong ing to W. T. Hooper was robbed of about $300 in Jewelry, the Rldgely Hardware Company w"as robbed of about $50 worth of guns and ammu nition and the Style Shop, operated by Mrs. Nellie Boals, was entered, but up to a late hour this morning nothing was found missing. Blood hounds from Dyersburg were rushed to the scene and : Immediately : took the trail,' but after a chase of about four miles the trail was lost. The Two Greatest News Gathering and Dis tributing Organizations in the World Furnish Tne News Scimitar ... , Memphis, Tenri. With all the News of the World as soon as it happens. -The News Scimitar Has the Exclusive Week Day -, Service of The Associated Press V And the' Complete Wire Report of The International News Service The Greatest World News Service of any Paper in - Thjs Section of the South,"';.;' ' .. . First in News. First la Interesting Featnres . 1 Mail Your Subscription Today Trial Offer One Month, 60c; Three Months, $1.70; Six Months, $3.00; One. Year, $6.00 - ; V, fl Seth II. Pewitt Dead. Hickman, Ky., Nov. 12. Judge B. J. Starr, member of the Fulton Coun ty Court, ha3 received a telegram ad vising of the death of Seth M. Pewitt, 48, at Clovis, N. M. ,Mr. Pewitt and his wife went to New Mexieo several months ago in hopes of recovering: his health, but he had steadily de- r.Unnd " - Ha rAsMnd liint nnuth at Hickman, was magistrate of that dis trict and well known over the coun ty. Besides his wife Mr. Pewitt is survived by one daughter and two sons, all grown. pf the Realism Test help you "measure" mm ;';:; I V J - J i' "51 P "X70ULDNT you like to know why the family, will get more enjoyment out of the New Edison than out of any other phonograph? Come in and ask for the "Per sonal Favorites" Real ismTest. We've said that listening to the New Edi son is the same as listening to the living artist, We've said you. get the same emotional thrill when you hear your favorite music Re-Created by the New Edison, as when you hear ii py xne uving artist. , Jacobean The Realism Test will help you test these claims" for yourself. ; . T If you find what, we've said is true, you . will know the Naw Edi Every New Ediaon is a Period Cabinet son is the phonograph. Select from 17 Model t 1 William & Mary your family wants for Christmas. You know they'll get more enjoy ment out of the New Edison than out of any other musical instrument. Xmas Tip I Investigate our Budget Plan. It brings your New Edison for Christmas makes 1921 help pay. CM AS. DI ETZEL, Jeweler ' Union City, Tenn. (