t 10 THE ASHEVTLLE CITIZEN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1919. NEW ELECTRIC PORTABLES All out 4-in unique assortment. of the ordinary in many style not shown elsewhere. Look over our stock before you buy. Every one is good, and the prices are right too. J. H. LAW 21 Haywood St. r L&dles who ars aisorlmlnst ing in their selection of Chin . and Silverware will And here everything one could wish for. THE I-X-L STORE 60 PATTOX AVE. PHONE 107 Just Received By j Express An Ideal Gift for the Man - i " of the House An Assortment of High Power Binoculars and Field ' Glasses . Charles H. Honess ' OPTOMETRIST . Eye-Strain Specialist M Pa ten A vs. Upp. Postaaoe btaWftfcedJSM Wishing All a Bright and - . " Happy Christmas -TV .4 l a I- Weed or Rid-O-Skid . Chains Mane tnutorlnc safer during . , winter montha vnicanising and retreading-. Aftnts for Mlohelln Tires and Tubes. CTITtON jhvici ATISPIS STETSON TIRE COMPANY Broadway and Walnut fits, and . lonthsMe Aim. Phonee lift and loss. Come in and lef us show you s. our Peerless Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners Best in the world. Easy pay 1 ment plan WARD ELECTRIC CO. 19 Battery Park Place. " Deleo light Products. PHONE! 440 FOR COLDS You Will Find GRANT'S No. 24 A SURE CURE. It tones up the blood and puts the entire system in excellent condition. Quick results assured. a m -amimn SPECIAL HONOR FOR " DR. CHAS.S. NORBURN AabevlIIo Sargeon, in Nary, Is Rent to Mayo Brother' Clinic, for Special Work. Dr. Charles 8. Noburn, U. 8. N.. of Ashevllle, who has been spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norburn, at their home near the city has received a special honor In the navy and has been choeen, with one other, by the government, out of a claae or post graduate students, for specialization in surgery at tne Mayo cunio in Rochester, Minn. This comes as a signal nonor to this young man as the clasa from which he was chosen for this recog nition constituted a group of picked men of the Navy. Dr. Norburn's war I record was an excellent one and his steady progress and promotion since I entering this branch of service show unusual qualities or steadfastness oi purpose and ability. Dr. Norburn was ordered to the Naval Medical School In Washington from San Fran cisco, where he was filling the po sition of operating surgeon on the U. 8. Hospital Ship "Comfort," where He was among the first Ashevllle men to respond to the call of his country and volunteered at the outbreak of the war, having been graduated from the University of Virginia and at once went into active service. .Dr. Norburn left yesterday for Washington and from there will go Immediately to the Mayo clinic to as sume his new duties. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN TO SUPPORT 24 ORPHANS CAROLINA MEN WILL HOLD BANQUET TONIGHT Haywood Parker Will Be Toastmaster at Big Spread To Be Held at Bat tery Park Hotel. Collection of $1,820 Taken at Church Services Saturday More Expected Today to Complete Amount. The First Presbyterian church has decided to care for 24 American or phan children and at services yes terday morning a collection was taken and enough money was raised and pledged to care for 21 of the orphans and a member of the church has promised enough for the remaining two. It takes S60 a year to care for one of the war orphans and yesterday he had been In the service for the) Rev. R. F. Campbell asked that 11,- last eighteen montha 4 40 be raised. The amount raised Prior to this Dr. Norburn was sta-iwas 1 1,2 20, or enough to care for tloned on the flag- ship of the Fifth 22 of the orphans. It Is understood Division, the Connecticut, having' that the rest of the amount which Is come to this post from a course In desired has been promised and will the surgical clinics of Philadelphia. . probably be raised by this afternoon. I11 I THE HALLMARK STORE. 3-isg YOUR PREFERENCE You prefer to have every phase of the making of your jewelry carried out with precision and merit, both in regard to the details of artistic design and skilled workmanship. With this preference in mind, we have planned the opera tions of our designing and jewelry-making department upon lines which we believe will please you in every way. Arthur M. Field Co. I i fl When the alumni and students of the University of North Carolina gather tonight In the main dining room of the Battery Park hotel the largest college banquet ever held in Ashevllle will take place. It Is believed. War compelled the university men to break their custom of meeting around the banquet board at every Christmas season, but a greater number than ever will be present tonight, for the affair will nerve as a timely re-union. Haywood Parker, toastmaster, will first call upon Judge P. C. Cocke, who will speak on "The Relation of the University to the State." Thomas C. Wolfe, '20, will respond to Judge Cocke. R. R. Williams will give a brief talk on "The University's Part in the War." A snappy address by James S. Howell, '20, will follow. Charles a. Tennant, '18, will speak from the viewpoint of a young alumnus. The feature of the evening will be a closing speech by Samuel Cathey, '23, one of the three blind students at Carolina. An accidental blast took young Cathey's eyesight away, but could not deprive him of the ambi tion and "pep" that Is needed to get a college education, last September he did not hesitate to place himself among those less handicapped, and has sines found that books with raised letters contain as much knowledge as any other kind. The address from this young college man should be un usually Interesting. The committee In charge of the banquet say that they are anxious for all of the tickets at the Paramount Drug store to be In the hands of all Carolina men before noon today. HOLIDAY PROGRAM AT LIBERTY CHURCH People of Hominy Section Enjoy Christmas Tree and Program. On Christmas day at 1:30 o'clock a large number of people of the Hominy section enjoyed a Christmas tree and the exercises at the Liberty church. Children from the Hominy school rendered an excellent program of songs and recitations, and a play "Christmas at the Cross Roads," in which twenty of the school students and Miss Kstelle Justus, teacher, participated, was the feature of the ororram. Presents, including many beautiful gifts were distributed from the tree, which the church had furnished. REST YOUR EYES PS I THE HALLMARK 6TORC. Genuine Mahogany Bed Room Suits A large variety of beautiful de signs Furniture you don't grow tired of Furniture that's durable. It is a pleasure for us to show our stock. Burton & Molt Furniture. On the Square Your vision may be fairly good and yet glasses worn tempor arily will afford your eyes relief and comfort Let us make up a pair of "rest glasses" for you. "Becoming Glasses Cost No More" DR. DENISON OPTOMETRIST (Eye-Strain Specialist) 25 Patton Avenue Next Door f Bon Marche PLUSH LAP ROBES for BUGGIES and AUTOS A good, warm, plain Robe, with two muffs For. .$9.00 Buggy Robes, double thick $6.00 and Up T. S. MORRISON & CO. WARM AIR FURNACES Car load received. Get yours now. Prices are advancing on these. We can save you money and guarantee satisfaction.. W. H. ARTHUR 75-77 Broadway Sheet MetaJ Works PHONE 2116 FRUIT CAKES ON SALE AT JARRETTS We are determined to clear out our few remaining: fruit cakes and are offering them at a discount of TEN PER CENT. MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY Some Superfine Martha Ann Crystallized Fruit Cake and tinned Sunshine Fruit Cakes. Act quickly, as there are just a few and the prices are very attractive. EDWIN C. JARRETT 12 N. Pack Square and Gty Market AH Bulk Coods Kept in Sanitary, Dost-Proof Bins. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING THE PARAMOUNT QUESTION The world, in reconstruction, indeed finds the coal question paramount. P-A-R-D-E-E is a coal of value to every Asheville Citizen whether for domes tic or manufacturing purposes. We have it Phones 25-981. Terms Cash. CITIZENS TRANSFER AND COAL CO. FREIGHT AND FURNITURE MOVING. ALL EYES ARE TURNED to our WASHING MACHINES and IRONING MACHINES Demonstrations Daily ' 64 Patton Ave. Electrical BIdg. Opp. P. O. FOR ROASTING: Veal, Lamb, Pork and Larded Pot Roast STAR MARKET three phones 1917 "We are eeosessral caterer tm m variety of appetites." ; ' WINTERTIME AND DISEASE Right now, and throughout the winter until next spring, while your poultry and livestock are kept indoors more than at any other time of the year when they get less fresh air and sunshine, the best of all disinfectants and preventives of disease is the time you should pay particular attention to the sanitary condition of your poultry house, stables, etc, if you expect your stock to produce their best and keep free from contagious disease. CARBOLA Makes This Work Easier To Do It is a white paint in powder form combined with a disin fectant many times stronger than pure carbolic acid but neither poisonous nor caustic It is used by thousands of poultry, dairy and stock farms in all parts of the country, and is rec ommended by many experiment stations and agricultural col leges for use. Use CARBOLA Instead of Whitewash and Disinfectants ASHEVILLE SEED COMPANY OUR SEEDS, GROW Cor. College & Lexington. Phenet 2177 and 2178. LIQUID VENEER The best surface food for making old things new. Splendid for woodwork, pianos, furniture and automobiles 50c for .... $1.00 for . 12 Ounce Bottle .32 Ounce Bottle Je J. YATES Groceries and Service. , 37 Haywood St Phone 1715-1716 The Special Sale of BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR Begins This Morning J Extra values in boys' and children's Over coats, Boys' Suits, Boys' and Children's Sweat ers, Children's Sweater Sets, Boys' Blouses and Knee Pants. IN THE SPORT DEPARTMENT Men's Sweaters and Mackinaws, Lounging and Bath Robes are Reduced. Telephones 34 1 6 and 34 1 7 Anticipation of the pleasure of giving has been upper most in the minds of the many friends that have visited our store during the beautiful weather we have all en joyed so much. This anticipation has. now become a reality and the countenances that greet us on every hand show that this pleasure has been realized. We hope that it has measured' up to their every expectation. If we have in anywise contributed to this pleasure then we have been more than repaid since we have shared in the same. HENDERSON : - Your Jeweler 52 Patton Ave. - - Near Postoffice EL DORADO ASPARAGUS TIPS Absolutely nothing but the tender top shoots. The most de licious part of the most delicious asparagus grown. Packed in California. SAWYER GROCERY CO. Successors to Sawyer StmdTey Tne STORE Sanitary Where QUALITY Is Paramount Pbons 1100. SS CaUet r FRIEDA HEMPEL of the voice supreme Frieda II em pel is great among the greatest in opera and concert. . ".J Frieda Hempel is the soprano exquisite t$CT Frieda Hempel is the artist who made the famous blincP fold test for the New Edison. Five musical experts, blindfolded to make their hearing more keen, listened while she compared her voice with its Rd-Cbiation by the New Edison. None of them could tell which voice was which, Hempel's living voice or her Rx-Ckiatko voice. The same brilliant, soaring, thrilling Hempel whom you . hear in opera is also to be beard in this store. The lovable,' appealing Hempel whom you hear in simple ballads is also here. Hempel a Edison Re-Cbiations give you every touch of art and soul which the living artist possesses. ; Come in and hear her beautiful R-Cbiations. Add some of her gems to your music library. DUNHAM'S MUSIC HOUSE Th Horn of High Grade Piano V V 1 91

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