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How Emergency Treatment
For Shock Is Administered
By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D.
THE EMERGENCY treatment of
“leotric shook, gas asphyxiation, mo
tor exhaust gas asphyxiation and
drowning, all have the one thing in
common, that in
all these condi
tions breathing
usually stops,
and the obvious
first aid treat
ment is artificial
respiration.
In case of elec
tric shock, the
tirst procedure is
sometimes to re
move the person
from contact
with the electric
current. This
s o m e t i mes re
quires some in
genuity in order
Dr. Clendening
to do so with
safety to the rescuer. The United
State* department of the Interior
gives the following instructions in
“First Aid Instructions for Miners”:
“The symptoms ot electric shock
are: Sudden loss of consciousness;
absence of respiration, or, if present,
very light and may not be observ
able; very weak pulse; and burns at
point of contact. Always rescue a
sufferer as quickly as possible, being
careful not to get in contact with the
live wire. Lose no time in looking
for a switch for turning off the cur
rent; if there is one near at hand,
open at once. If there is a piece
at wire at hand, throw it across the
trolley wire and rail; by so doing
the circuit breaker in the power
house will he thrown out and the
current cut off. If no wire long
enough to reach from the wire to the
rail is at hand, you may proceed to
remove the victim from the current,
but first get a dry board, piece of
wood, or paper and put it under your
feet, and protect the hand you use
with your cap, coat or any dry non
conducting material, so as not to
make a circuit. If possible use one
hand only, placing the other behind
you. If you do use both hands to
remove the man from the ground,
make sure that both your hands and
your feet are well insulated so that
you will not be caught in the sam«
contact as your patient.
“Another way is to take your bell
or handkerchief or a piece of rope
and loop it over the patient's feet
if he is lying on the wire, and thus
pull him off. If an ax Is near a(
hand use it to cut the wire, hut first
make sure that the handle is dry
or wrap it with a coat or cloth.”
After the patient is removed from
the current, stimulate hy stinging
blows on the soles of the shoes, and
proceed with artificial respiration.
In gas asphyxiation the treatment.
Is obviously to get the patient into
the fresh air and apply artificial
respiration, if breathing has ceased.
With all these it also is necessary
to think of stimulation, but not un
til breathing has been resumed, or at
least not unless someone else is ap
plying the artificial respiration.
Methods of stimulation are' to put
blankets over the exposed parts of
the body and stimulate by rubbing
and chafing the body. When Ihe
patient is conscious enough to swal
low. stimulants can be given by
mouth. The best of these is aro
matic spirits of ammonia, one-half
teaspoon in a half glass of water.
This may be repeated every 15 min
utes or so. Second is hot black cof
fee, and third is some form of alco
holic stimulation.
Heat stroke or sun stroke some
what resemble these conditions, but
the patient is usually breathing, and
the most important thing to do is to
reduce the high temperature of the
body and stimulate. The body heat
may toe reduced by the use of cool
or lukewarm water (this is; prefer
able to icc) and it should be dashed
over the body with some force, as hy
splashing the body with a bucket of
water. " ,
EDITOR’S NOTE: Six pamphlet*
by Dr. Clendening can now be ob
tained by sending 10 cents in coin, for
eacli, and a self-addressed envelop*
stamped with a three-cent stamp,
to Dr. Logan Clendening, in care of
this paper. The pamphlets are:
"Indigestion and Constipation,” “Re
ducing and Gaining,” "Infant Feed
ing,” “Instructions for the Treatment
of Diabetes,” “Feminine Hygiene”
and “The Care of the Hair and Skin.”
PAGE SEVEN
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STEADY WORK—GOOD PAY- RE
liable Man Wianted to call on- farm
ers in Vance County. No experience
or capital needed. Write today. Mc-
NESS CO., Dept. S. Freeport, ll
linois. 12-11!
FOR HEMSTITCHING, PICOTING,
dress making, suits, ladies coats.’
Everything made to measure. Satis
faction guaranteed. See Estelle WHl
ston. E. Li. Davis and Sons Store.
Phone 141. Moud-Fri-tf
FOR RENT TO RELIABLE PARTY,
the Pollyanna Filling Station on Ox
ford Road. Apply to W. M. Burwell.
32-lti
HENDERSON FINTL
ing the condition of Garnett street
too bad to reach our place are re
quested to phone us their orders for
bakery goods. Quick delivery all
over the city. Blue Ribbon Baking
Company, Phone 428. 7-9-12
HALF SOLES, LADIES 49c, MEN’S
59c, children’s 45c. Men’s rubber
heels 25c, ladies leather lifts 10c.
Cut Rate Shoe Shop, opposite Post
al Telegraph. Montgomery Street
21-ts.
FOR RENT J. S. JENKINS PLACE
on Gholson Ave., next door to my
SOHIO illipi’OVGlilLlltij U,iitl -i’VjiV
sonable rent. John D. Williams.
Phone 543-J. ' 12-3tl
AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA
diator service. We clean, lepair or
recore any make of raditor. Motor
Sales Co. 28-ts
NANDINAS, ABELIA, LUCJDUM,
Arbor Vitaes, Irish and Pftzer,
Junipers, Spireas, $2.50 per doz.
Pansy, Phlox, Larkspur, Verbena
SI.OO per hundred postpaid. Varina
Plant Co arina, N. C. 10-2 ti
A WOMAN’S CHANCE FOR EXTRA
money. Full or spare time. Imme
diate Cash Income. No experience
necessary- Beautiful display equip
ment and supplies furnished. No In
vestment required. No C. O. D,
Pleasant, dignified occupation. Write
Abner Royce Co., 129 Royce Bldg.,
Cleveland, Ohio. 12-3 ti
GROCERY STORES,'FISH DEAL
ers and others can save money on
their wrapping paper by buying old
papers for 10c per bundle at the
Dispatch office. Also fine for kind
ling fires. 19-ts
I .OUGHLIN-GOOD WYN - ATJTHOR
ized Dealer—Majestic and Philco
Radios. Complete service facilities to
render factory service, large stock
of parts for all makes. Phono 118.
15-ts
NOTICE OF ltE-SALF, OF
REAL ESTATE.
Under and 'by virtue of the author
ity Conferred by a certain deed of
trust executed bje W. 11. Plummer
arid wife, April 29th, 1933, to W. S.
Britt, trustee, which deed of trust is
registered in Book 166, at page 176,
Vance County registry, default hav
ing been made in the payment of the
indebtedness secured thereby, the
holder of said notes having requested
the undersigned trustee to sell said
lands to make assets to pay said note*
and indebtedness secured thereby
(and trustee having sold said lands on
February 22nd, 1931), and the bid hav
ing been duly raised by the deposit
made to the Clerk of Superior Court
ot Vance County as required by law,
and the court having ordered a re
sale herein of said lands, the under
signed trustee under and 'by author
ity vested in him by said order of re
sale and of the authority conferred
by said deed o. trust, will, on Mon
day, the 26th day of March, 1934, at
12 o’clock noon, at the court house
door of Vance County, in Henderson,
N. C., offer for re-sale and sell to the
highest bidder at public auction for
cash the following described lands:
A certain tract or parcel of land
in Vance County, State of North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of Al
lison Cooper and others, and bounded
and described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at an iron stake and
stones, Allison Cooper’s corner in the
line of lot number three and runs
thence along Cooper’s line N 51 E 13
chains and six links to a stone; thence
S 87 1-1 E 16 chains and 23 links to
a stone in a bottom west of public
road; thence N 17 W 31 chains and
48 links to a. stone which is 2 chains
and 77 links west from the public
road near a church; thence S 62 W
15 chains and 31 links to Murphy’s
corner; thence around Murphys
house acre. S 28 W 3 chains and 12
links, S 62 W 3 chains and 25 links,
N 28 E 3 chains and 12 links; thence
S 62 W’ 2 chains and 57 links, to an
iron stake in the right, of way of the
Seaboard Air Line Railway, Murphy’s
corner; thence along Murphy’s line N
28 W 12 chains and no links to a
stone north of a Hickory tree on Rail
road right of way; thence along said
right of way S 62 W 9 chains and 79
links to a stone at north east corner
of lot num'ber three; thence along the
line of lot number three S. 27 E 38
chains to the beginning, containing
seventy-nine and one sixth acres. Be
ing the. same property which J. Kemp
Plummer et ux. el al, by their deed
dated April 7th, 1926, and recorded in
the Recorder’s office of Vance Coun
ty, N. C., granted and conveyed unto
H. Falkner Plummer, one of the
grantors herein. It being the same
lands conveyed to W. 11. Plummer by
Lem 11. Plummer and wife, Emma L.
Plummer, to W. H. Plummer, by deed
dated February 3rd, 1931, and duly re
corded in Book of Deeds No. 164, at
page 202, in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Vance County, reference
to which said deed and registration
thereof is hereby made for a more
particular description and location of.
said land.
This the sth day of March, 1934.
SV. S. BRITT* Trustee*

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