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Complicated Mechanism of
Eye Compared to Comer*
4y LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D.
THE EYE u an optical lnatru
®*nt may bo compared to a camera
on a tripod. The eyeball la the cam
era. and a bony socket In the skull.
• Dr. .CUadcninr
together so that
ayacbronoas vision is obtained.
The optic nervo passes from the
%aek of the eyeball through a bole
la tbe back of the orbit into the
vtaual center of the brain. This cen
ter has many connections with other
•enters controlling bodily move
ments. and the doee association of
tbe visual and motor centers allows
as to direct motions accurately.
When vision is lost, when you are
In a dark room, you can still move
Tour muscles but you make tbe bee-
Itatlac uncontrolled motions of e
blind person
Tbe eyeball consists of three coeta
Tbe outer sclerotic coat s simply a
tough membrane to hold and protect
the contents The choroid coat is j
pigmented, and .ike the black paint
put on a dark room to serve h? o i
background for the visual functions. ,
In the choroid mI.~o run the food
vessels which nourish the eye The
Inner coat of the eyeball is the nerv- i
dus 'ayer. the retina, which ro« 01 ti
| DID YOU KNOW? -- - By R. J. Scott
253.97
BUT ° N E. WATfeR *
IKiqLE-HANDED HAS
DEFENDED
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m i—i -• siMCLi 1910,
world's water.
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ME HAS LLI, MftD HAVE |P IT DEKMOSD 7 ■■ \ « . . '
. the visual linage and tranamNi It tc
. tbe optic nerve, to be carried ee the
i brain.
In front tbe sclera thins out and
, becoming transparent, forma tbe cor.
i nea. Tbe limits of tbe cornea ate
. marked by tbe edgee of tbe colored
I part of tbe eye, tbe lrta Tbe Irto
, Is a circular, pigmented muscle wMrL
, automatically variea tbe else of tbe
r pupil, according to tbe Inteaetty of
• tbe light and to Use distance of tbe
> object to be seen,
i Behind the iris 1% the crystalline
: lens, the focusing part of tbe eya It
also acts automatically, flat tea trig or
thickening in accommodation to tbe
distance of tbe object te be seen.
The eyeball Is protected in front by
the eyelids. Inside the lids and go
ing over the front of tbe eyeball Is
a layer of mucous membrane, the
conjunctiva The motions of the ltd*
are lubricated by the tears. These
are secreted by tbe lachrymal aland*
and an excess fat carried off hy (be
lachrymal duct, which run* from the
Inside part of tbe lower lid into the
Inside of the nose.
Every part of tils complicated
mechanism most be to perfect work*
ing order to Insure perfect vision.
All the dlseesee which affect the rest
of tbe body affect U«o eyes. A com
plete examination cf tbe eyea there
fore. cam be oeadacted orly by some
one well acquainted with all then*
complicated functions.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Six pamphlet*
by Dr. Clendentng can now be ob
tained by sending It) cents In coin, for
each, and a self-adOrc&scri envelope
| stamped with a .three:-cent stamp,
. to Dr. Logan Clendcir.’ l s. In cure of
Mhia paper. The icr;:)'.;kts are:
i ‘ Indigestion Mid t’oim-.pcit >n." “He
''ucing ami GSiuiiis." "ii.f i.it Kted
ing." ••JnstrwOcrM lor to - Treatment
l of Diabetes." “Femlni.xs liy.vcw'*
and "The Caro of tbe Ha r and tSkka*
the orbit. Is tbe
tripod. The eye
ball la moved
from side to aide
and up and down
and obliquely by
six vol ua t ary
muscles. Each of
these muscles Is
attached at ont
end to the eye
ball and at tbe
other to the edge
of the orbit. The
\isual centers of
the brain are eo
trained that
these muscles
move both eyes
HENDERSON, (N.C ,) DAILY DISPATCH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1932
*|SENS£
L 1
Wife Preservers
More artificial light will be need
ed from now on. See that your
bulbs are of the correct strength
and that lights are in the proper
nlaces to give the best results.
THE,OLD HOME TOWN ■»»»»»->. By STANLEY
( Oh, but miste* - o
WHAT DO fIOT /li
THfE TIN PEDDLER FROM HOOTS TOWN, WHO HAS \
A NEW S)OB LWE, FAH-ED A TWO- x Gjt 1 Vi)
HOUR SALESTALK,TO PUT OVER A DEAL AT \
highway joeS 0 ÜB2 UiW-suaUy Centw 9 , fl|
DID YOU KNOW? - - - By R.J. Scott -
lOCOMoflvtt
\ "tY that* was running in isio.#
S# : YEARS BEFORE STtPHENSON'S
"pocket" *’ MADE ITS APPEARANCE.
AVON JoHI»
Copyright, lttt fcy Coatral Pres* AwocitUoc. lac. 9-El
_Wife Preserver*
Cantaloupe rinds nun t, ,
the same rec:,* a « .. , ’
nnda Add a few '
Cherries for color and f. .?,,/ U “‘"
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Get Results
FOR SALE TWELVE . v
light bulbs at 25c . a ».
Daily Dispatch Ofn-v '' “. ‘
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOM } .
ished apartment. I.
telephone furnished. p r
lb ~ a ,
DRESS MAKING~AND TAIL , t r '
collar and cuff
the sewing line. Sec M f
! Walston. Singer
Phone 5.
TOBACCO FARMERS l | oil
newspapers to store you. <
bacco on. Get them a ; t..„ f,
Dispatch office for loi p,. j ’
FOR RENT APARTMENT j- ;
vate entrance, steam in -t i • *.
cold water, hardwood : .
garage, Phone 3«. r, "
| STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
j manent or temporary' p< r . i Jr .
i cral office work desired ( ~ c
fast and willing workei. ...
years exper.ence. Excel],
ferences. Address, ‘NSter.
Care Dispatch. : .
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up your bin now wh:< ... , .
it w’ll be higher aft. r w. h> ‘.
cold We have a full >: , n ..
for you at right pt .e v
and weight guatan'et-d Pi., nt
1 Hight’s Coal and Wood Y ■ t
| d ,f
FOR RENT- THREE ROOM } ; p\
r.ished apartment, fir: f. t ,
vate bath, private on t tn.-
furnished home with on. :w
three bedrooms. Plu.i.e .' u\\
j Ul. I'.e.nd L
Everyone mint have a t;ac any r .
make yours PRINTING. i!.-
industry offers •xcepEmaJ atg- a I
rtructlon available, M*yp< , k >.v-«:.
and raster, Llncyp., M..nd rompjatt:.-
tnd Presswork on modern prv.-iea h?
hill Information ante the hijl PL.-.'
Or PRINt'iNU at !c;i <•
Fin—h 6t. : Nashv’tit. lenn
Ve DO NOT SI'BSTITI Tl.—tiht
IN ITSELF IS REASON I Noli.H
WHY' YOU SHOULD IIA\ 1 101 H
PRESCRII*TIONS FII.I !li A1
HARTMAN’S I*ll AltMAt ) M H-F
NOTICE TO CONTKAt IOR*
Sealed proposals will b. : : *>
the Vance County Board . . L
at their office in Court FP -
derson N. C., Friday S.;
at 2:00 P. M., for nhr <
Colored High School at l! -•••
stltute, Henderson, N. C
Applications for plan- r- * - :
cations by Contractors v. ■■ ! '- ;
shall be made to Eric < 1
Architect, Henderton, >’
Bids on Plumbing ar,*i H ' r.-
be received separate lu. .. :<
building.
Certified check for :r. r.‘
$400.00 for general conn' »’ is
$150.00 for plumbing and ‘ - ■
•tractors shall accompany > - '• i '
posal, which shall be foi :* •• 4 '
successful contractor f.. • ' t \ ■ -’t
the contract or deliver ‘ - ’ :v
surety bond, which bond ; ’:.i . •:
an amount equal to the cor.u.o”
Contractors shall be licensee, *
tract in North Carolina.
The owner reserves the right tc K '
ject any and all bid*.
(Signed)
Vance Coilnty Board of Educa'* r -
By E. M: ROLLINS. Sup*
SEABOARD AIR
UNE RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE HKNDEBSON
AS FOLLOWS
N*. NORTHBOUND
108—8:48 A. M. for Richmond,
Washington, New York, connect
Big at Norlina with No. 18 ar
riving
P. M. with parlor-dining car wr
▼lee
*—l « p. M. for Richmond
end Portsmouth, Washington
Now York.
188—8:48 P. M. for Richmond
Washington and New York.
«—8:88 A. M. for Portsmouth
Norfolk Washlrgton, New York.
No. SOUTHBOUND
1*1—6:43 A. M. far Savannah.
Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa. St
Petersburg •
8-4:45 P. M. far Raleigh, San
ford, Hamlet, Columbia, Savan
nah, Miami Tampa, St. Patera
burg.
187—7:85 P. M. far Raleigh. Ham
•at. Savannah, Jacksonville
Miami. Tampa. St. Peter* berg
Atlanta, Birmingham.
6—l :tS A. M. for Atlanta, Birm
ingham v, Memphis.
'For information call on B *•
Pleasants DFA, Raleigh N. C.,
or M C* Oappa, 1A , HaodemoA
If. C.

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