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BATTLE WITH A SOAT OWNED 8T THE f MU
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SCOTT’S? SCRAPBOOK - - By R. J. Scott
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CARoLP SWANSON,
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A TRUCK FOP TmE. 'A444 HALF AGAVM NNHAT I / ClO-O: Y
MATERIAL L.ATCEP. THOUGHT vT \NA.S , YOG'VtfE Y
J—'('ojjyrixht. 1934, by
Firs/ /I irf Measures to Use
When Person Takes Poison
By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D.
IMJISONINQ arises as h domestic
emergency, frequently from the acci.
dehtal ingestion of many substahoes,
such as roach powder, antiseptics,
plant sprays, rat poison and. in the
case of children, from swallowing
cathartic pills containing strychnine.
In the treatment of poisoning of
this kind, the three things which are
naturally indicated are, first, to elim
inate all poison possible from the
body; second, general methods of
stimulation, and. third, the use of an
antidote. ) do not emphasize 1 tie
use ol the antidote here, because
people often lose valuable time try
ing to remember what the right an
tidote is. when the general methods
could he employed with much more
advantage and with better prospect
ut good results.
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’Antidotes and Emetics
The first thing to do is to empty
the stomach, which can be done
either by stimulating the back of
the throat with some object such as
» feather, or preferably with Hie
finger, and the use of emetics. Com
mon domestic emetics easy tc obtain
are a quart of warm water, soap
suds, or a teaspoon of mustard in a
glass of warm water.
It is well also to attempt to get
rid of excess poison by inducing
sweating, which may be done by
wrapping the patient in a blanket
With hot water bag, and also by
cleaning nut the lower bowels by
enema.
stimulation may be done by the
use of Warmth, aromatic spirits of
ammonia—;< half a teaspoon in a
half glass of water—a cup of hot
coffee, or some alcoholic stimulant
such as whiskey or brandy.
(Xl O
£4 A
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Hp-ST PLACE \ —pr—jj
SECOND PIACe l 1 1 IH
THIRD PLACB
Stimulants
Antidotes are of two kinds—one
is a chemical which will neutralize
the poison, and the other is physio
logical which will counteract its ef
fects. It is not likely that in th*
case of a domestic emergency a phy
siological antidote will be at hand
before the doctor arrives. Chemical
antidotes easily found in any house
hold are eggs, milk an<t flour paste.
Three eggs beaten up in a pint of
milk will absorb and neutralize a
great many poisons.
After the stomach and the bowel
have been emptied and the pafienl
has begun to sweat. It cannot do any
harm to give him all the water he
can drink, preferably warm. The
water will wash out a great deal of
the poison which has gotten into the
blood stream, byway of the sweat
glands and the kidneys.
These simple and useful methods
can ail be applied by anyone with
a cool head in a domestic ftrtiergency.,
while waiting for the doctor to ar
rive.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Six .pamphlets
by Dr. Clendening can now be ob
tained by sending 10 cents in coin, for
each, and a self-addressed envelope
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
Bo in Big Ten
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Bo McMillin
Bo McMillin, quarterback of the
famous “Praying Colonel” foot
ball team of Center college which
defeated Harvard, became head
gridiron coach for Indiana uni
versity, succeeding K. C. Hayes,
resigned. McMillin formerly
coached at Centenary, Geneva
and Kansas State.
Dispatch
WANT ADS
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WANTED— FARMER TO PLANT
eix acres of tobacco and some cot
ton. See me at once. W. W. Swain.
GOOD PLOW LINES, BACKHANDS’
pitchforks, handles, takes, mattox.
shovels, nails. Simond cross cut
saws and bridles. Alex S. W/atkir.o?,
“The Place of Values.” 13-lti
WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF
boys’ and student’s suits for
spring’. Student’s suits with
belt back, patch pockets and
t hat, By-Swing feature, so sty
lish this season. See them.
Tucker Clothing Co. 13.2 ti.
HALF SOLES, LADTES 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.
TWO TRUCK LOADS OF VEGEI
tables of all kinds. Oranges and
tangerines will arrive Wednesday.
Breedlove Produce Co. Phone. 54-J.
Fresh oysters today and tomorrow.
MEN’S AND YOUNG"MEN’S
spring; suits aiv here in all
the best shades and patterns*
Styles that will please all
ag;es. Prices are very mod
erate. Tucker Clothing Co.
FOR RENT J. S. JENKINS PLACE
on Gholson Avo., next door to my
home. Some improvements and rea
sonable rent. John D. Williams.
Phone 543-. J. 12-3tl
ITS BUILDING TIME NOW! “THE
Place of Values” is prepared to
take care of your building material
needs. Alex S. Watkins. 13-lti
FOR DRESSES, LADIES COATS,
children’s clothes, relining coats,
mending and altering for ladies and
men see Mrs. R. E. Farris next to
Dr. Yow. Wyche street. 13-lti
AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA
diator service. We clean, lepair or
recore any make of raditor. Motor
Sales Co. 28-ts
SPRING DATS IN EVERY
shade and style by Stetson,
Mallory arid Fifth Avenue.
One special lot for young
men, very nobby styles at
$2.95. Tucker Clothing Co.
13-2 t
‘TOBACCO FARMER, YOU WANT
to grow lugs? Smoking tobacco sells
better. Get. fertilizer that gives best
results at. selling time from A. H.
Moore at Planters Warehouse. 13-lti
A WOMAN S CHANCE FOR EXTRA
money. Full or spare time. Imme
diate Cash Income. No exnerience
necessary. Beautiful display equip
ment and supplies furnished. No In
vestment required. No C. O. D.
Pleasant, dignified occupation. Write
Abner Royee Co., 129 Royce Bldg.,
Cleveland, Ohio. 12-3 ti
JUST RECEIVED aT COM
plete assortment of new
shirts and ties. Lovely pat
terns to select from. Man
hattan and other good shirts
SI.OO, $1.25 and $1.95. Ties
55c, 2 for SI.OO. Tucker
Clothing Co. 13-2 ti.
GROCERY STORES, FISh”dEaD
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. 13-ts
JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SHIP
ment of moss green roof paint—lts
a value! Alex S. Watkins “'Die
Place of Values." 13-1 ti
J .OUGHLIN-GOODWYN - AUTHOK
ized Dealer-Majestic and Phllco
Radios. Complete eervice facilities to
render factory service, large stock
of parts for all makes. Phone 118.
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