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Another Royal Suggestion Biscuits and Cinnamon Buns From the New Royal Cook Book BISCUIT! So tender they fairly melt in the mouth, and of such glorious flavor that the appetite is never satis fied. These biscuits anyone can make with Royal Baking Powder and these unusual re cipes. Biscuits 2 cups flour 4 teaepoone Royal Baking Powdtr teaspoon salt 5 tablespoon! shortening cup milk or half milk and half water Sift tog-ether flour, baklnr powder and salt, add shortening and rub la very lightly; add liquid slowly; roll or pat on floured board to about one inch In thickness (handle as little as possible); cut with biscuit cutter. Bake in hot oven IS to 20 minutes. Royal Cinnamon Buns t4 cups flour si 1 teaspoon salt 4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder ff tablespoons shortening 1 ear H cup water cup sugar i teaspoons cinnamon e tablespoons seeded raisins filft S tablespoons of tneas ured sugar with flour, alt and baking powder; rub shortening In tightly; add beatea egg to water and add slowly. Roll out H-inch thick on floured board; brush with melted butter, sprinkle with su gar, otnnamaa and rai sins. Roll as for Jelly roll - cut into l$4-incn pieces, place with cut edges up on - wall-greased paa; sprinkle with little su gar and cinnamon. Bake la moderate oven 30 to K minutes; remove from pan svt once. mm, BAfflMG Absolutely Puro Mada from Croats of Tartar, derived from grapoa. FREE WHU TODAY for the Kew Keyal Cook Book; con tains 400 ether recipes last as aelightfol as these. Address ROYAi BADHQ POWDXH CO. 1U raltoa BteeA Hew Terk Oitjr 1 Worn Down, Out of Heart Georgia Lady, Worn-out and Tired, Tells How She Was Helped by Ziron Iron Tonic nraHlS personal experience of Mrs. I Nannie Phillips, of Powder Springs, G& Is printed below In ,fcer own words; , "I was In a worn-out condition. My Stomach was out of order. I dldnt Jleep well. I was tired, all the time. If couldn't naif eat, and. didn't rest rail at night "I would get out of heart and bine, if would feel like I was going to be 'clown la bed. Yet I kept dragging around. "TF beard of Zlron, and from what I read, I was sore It wouldn't hurt me, If It didn't help me. But after taking It, I found it really helped me, and I sent back for more. I ate better, felt much stronger. I am sure Zlron. Is a splendid tonic." Many people, who are worn down and disheartened, due to stomach disorders and nervous ills, find relief by toning up their blood with Zlxon Iron Tonic. Tell your druggist you want to try Zlron on our money-back guarantee. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920. 1 i3 I PiSFS?rV II TO THE CALOUIC "PREPARE FOR WINTER, i EXHIBIT AT OUR STORE See the wonderful CaloriC heating sys tem that cuts fuel bills U. that beats your entire home (every room, upstairs and down) warm as you want it in coldest weather. Learn about the patented CaloriC triple-casing that makes pipe less heat ing successful and that cannot be had m any other heating system. Over 100,000 CaloriC users, many in this locality. The CaloriC Guarantee your satisfaction or money back. Exhibits daily, up to and Including Saturday, September 18th. Every body invited. Tell your mihbox . "Let's all iUlilg-IYGIdGI IIUUJTG1G UU. EIVESNEWS. School is in recea3 for the Thanks giving season. Rev. J, H. Thomas, of Dyer, will be with the C. P. congregation Sab bath. W6 are told the household effects of Mr. Jesso Caudle soldreasonably well. Mr. Caudle leaves in a few days to take up residence in Kerr Vllle, Texas, for the benefit of Mrs. Caudle's health. For several years she has been sorely afflicted with asthma. ' . '- Messrs. Jesse and Owen Woody, homo from Akron, Ohio, have bought put the' Railroad Corporation Gro cery, r "4 Wyley Bradley and Wayne Woody have exchanged residences. , Frank Bonton in in home from Florida. x Mr. Holland Bittick, eighty-one years young Tuesday of the past week, was the recipient of some sixty post cards from friends and kins-. people thruout thi3 State, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas and Missouri. Mesdames Will Starncs and Har vey Morris spent Monday with Mrs. Wilsaa Petty near tho county seat Mrs. Hall, of Memphis, 13 a visitor with her sister, Mr. Callle Benton. Mr. end Mrs. Floys Carter have taken up winter quarters in their residence on Church street, to have school advantages. Miss Martha Wade was an end-of- the week visitor in Memphis, ' guest of her sister, Mrs. E. P. Lindsay, on East Moreland, and a visitor to see her brother, Knox, In the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Mamie Phebcs was a visitor the past week with friends in and near Waverly. There was a monument unveiling to the memory of Sovereign J. H Callis Sabbath afternoon at Pleasant Hill with local W. O. W. in charge, Dr. White, as master of ceremonies, was assisted by J. H. Shore, W. E Shropshire and R. L. Harper. Miss Erma Pruett rendered the lodge das sic, "Why Should Mortal Be Proud?' James M. Brice, distinguished editor of The News-Banner, made an ad dress. A quartette composed of Messrs. Swinncy, Gus Calliccott, Lex io Harper and Leslie Shore gave sev eral numbers in appreciation to the memory of the departed. A large concourse witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. McCaw, of Union City, wore end-of-the-week visitors in the Postmaster Cotton home, where several members of the family have been on the sick list. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Hellen, of Ridgely, and Ensign K. W. Palmer and brido, from Little Rock, en route to New York City, were recent guests with Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Palmer. The parental homo was. thrown open Fri day evening and Saturday afternoon in reception for the bridal couple. Mrs. Leslie Hooper spent Thanks giving in Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell were visitors for the day in Troy Thanks giving. Harris and Mrs. Ida-Cald- s Marriage licenses. Art Dowley and Novella Poiner, John Smith and Iva Campbell. Evorett Horn and Chessle Hain- llne. i Luclan Riley and Donna Shepherd. Marian Beadles and Lala Gale. W. E. Edwards and Maggie Os- born. 1 Wilton Huey and Miss Dora John son. Asa Hickman and Vernice Call. L. H, well. Alfred Griffin and Frankie Winter. William Lawrence Gatz and Obion Bridges Pope. COLORED. ; Chester Hoffatt and Era Suggs. William Wade and Minerva Horn beak. i i. .Real Estate Transfers. i G. N. , Steele to D. M. McBride et ux., 3 lots in No. 15, ?1000. ' r A. W, Wilson et al. to G. t Ose- man, 69 acres in No. 7, $6000. W. E. Flippo to A. R. McKjnney, lot in No. U, $2500. T. W. Jornigan, trustee, to C. Ni Lannom, 60 acies in No. 10, $2330. J. H. Leeper et al. to Mrs. , Edna Huey, et al., 101 acres in No. 6, $6000. L. C. Lee et al. to Pansy . Rule Brandon, lot in No. 16, $2500., 0. C. Huffstutter et ul. to W. R. Powell, 29 acres in No. 9, $1500. Dora Elks et al. to A. E. Caldwell, 12 acres in No. 12, $850. G. E. Thompson to Albert Crain, lot in No. 11, $1608.08. ,:. ! KIRBY'S Unload IMS' Prices! Old time Hope Domestic, unloading price. ......... .... 1 5c Yard wide Brown Domestic, unloading price. . . . . .12 l-2c Mens Heavy Blue Work Shirts... ......95c Ladies $1.50 pure silk Hose. ...... .....................;..98c Bed Blankets, $5 value, unloading price ......3.89 Good heavy light color Outing..... 15c Mens Work Sox, unloading price...... .................ylOc Staple Patterns in Dress Suitings........................l5c Boys and Girls heavy Union Suits $1.50 value........ 98c Everything in Ladies and Childrens Shoes at unloading prices. Don't fail to get our prices on shoes Everything in Ladies and Childrens Coats must be un loaded regardless of cost or profit, so just keep coming. We are going to hold the prices down. We have many bargains that we haven't space to men tion, but you will be well pleased with the unloading prices all the way through our store. Union City, Tenn. 4 DM imMr , Budget Plan vA Edisoni THIS b the time of the year when our Budget Plan is most helpful. You ought to come in right away and find out what it can do for you. J In the first place, it will put a New Edison beside your Christmas tree, (how the family will rejoice!). In .the second place, it will stretch your Christmas i' dollar so that you'll hardly feel the purchase. The Budget Ran treats the New Edison asen essential of life, such as a home, and arranges payments on the sound "time" principle. It com-' , bines modern business practice with thriftj (This way of treating a dollar actually makes itgb farther. Let us explain how the Budget PlanV brings the longed-for New Edison for whatan extremely ordinary gift would cct,-andmakea 1921 thrift pay for the balance. : CHAS DIETZEL, Jeweler Union City, Tenn. lil SPiiiJ Union City, Term. Aeftli Jack Hubbs et al. to Zollie C. Wells, 8. acres in No. 13, $170flf. ... Geo. Carman, Jr., to J. P. Dobbins, lot in No. 13, $6000. ; r J. S. Harris et al. to Tommie Pierce, 2 lots in No. 16, $1500. F TneM.s.cnLra2cr 1