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B HAR.NICM, eooNE,.c^Ai SCUT •> --fO-O/V. !Y:_nvi3 lOiiAS-! SENp 'rM' 7O"OEAk MQA.H*" <IG SISTER The More Haste— By LES FORGRAVt HBS UO~v GOUA& f IF ME- VbDLvD \NHACT I'D GiMF l °® £ EASY, \ OA.MGER. HE.‘S tk) VQOM. TO SMVJAT I COOt-O / VeASY , WOvJ 1 TO CATCH . Tj THAT CAT HE'D LET DO FOGI t-U*s POOR \ME.‘s)e GOT TO T AVJ, DOFikkE 1 . / \ nuautc TO oo that for ' l OOUMIE'OOUVT f a G ° TTA «==5L/ DOM MI E ! \ 1 F>R£TTV kSEAvR jGO IM TVAE.QJE.’ / BEI FATHT TO T QP ] MIM'tvLYOO \rte.MT 1 VOO'LL TEAR I CATCR IriAJ , a-j- I J Akl \ RAthcavu' hina ! -y he't-a V j/ IMTHE 1— / —X BLACKBERRY j A ."1.,' ~'. .' ' I l ' C.l I. . I’r. ....i.ii.n I . t Water Thrown on Surface Os Body Has Tonic Effect 6y LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D. FROM TIME immemorial man has believed in the curative effects of water, and pilgrimages to healing springs at this time of year were regular occur- re nce s. The oceans, the lakes, the rivers, begin to be warm enough for im mersion, and the beneficial effects of internal and external treat ment by water have long been recognized. It in creases general bodily strength, it benefits the circulation and the respiration, is a tonic to the skin, and in con- *> Shower rath sequence increases our efficiency and good looks. It relieves pain, and is one of the great stimulants of the World. With our modern knowledge of physids and physiology, we are able *o understand the effects of water in healTh and disease—effects which were so mysterious and-awe-inspiring to primitive‘man that they were as cribed to the actions of ' suporha’Mtral beings, ir water of a different temperature than that of the skin is applied tb ihe body, it will either conduct heat to the body or absorb heat from it, as the case may be. This acts.as a Hot and cold douche from control tdYie, stimulant to the network of blood vessels and nerves in the skin and causes a sort of massage of the cir culation. A tonic bath should be one which is accompanied by having the water thrown on the surface of the body with some force. Usually with a tonic baih the water should be cold, and the bed example, of course, is a cold shower. The impact of the water causes a contraction of the surface blood vessels, shortly fol lowed by reaction, so that the skin turns pink and glowing. There is a definite rousing of the vital energy of the body. Naturally the best time to take a bath of this kind is at a time just before action and vigor of body or mind are required, as in the morning or early in the evening, after the day’s work is over, when it may be necessary to resume such activities as society imposes upon us. The relaxing bath, on the contrary, is one in which the water is tepid or warm, and in which no impact of the water on the body Is arranged for. Such baths are frequently used for insomnia and, in fact, there is no better soporific than being wrapped in a sheet wrung out of tepid water and enveloped in one or two blankets—the wet pack. Bor pain there is nothing better than water. Contrast baths, in which the painful member is dipped alternately in hot and cold water, are among the best. Fortunately at the present day, with modern plumb ing, nearly any method of treatment with water can be carried out in the average American home, and the pil grimages or' tint ancestors to healing springs and wells are no longer nec essary. EDITOR’S NOTE: Six pamphlets by Dr. Clendening can now be ob tained by sending 10 cents in coin, ter each, and a self-addressed envelope stamped with a three-cent stamp, to Dr. Logan Clendening. in case cr 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 j Dispatch 'WANT ADS Get Results WANTED-THREE OR FOUR ROOM furnished apartment. Phone 853-J. DON’T FAIL TO SEE US BEFORE you buy seed potatoes and other kinds of seed. Also fertilizer for garden and other crops. Kittrell and Harris 2 1-3 tr AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA diator service. We clean, tepair or recore any make of raditor. Motor Sales Co, 28-ti WILL UNLOAD TODAY CAR load ol''extra choice Tennes see mules, well broke and ready for work. Come and look them over. Prices are right. W. C. Ilight’s Store, ts. man WITH GOOD CAR -to handle an old established line of 170 farm and house hold products, steady employment, pleasant out door work every item guaranteed. We help you to succeed, our safes methods bring quick results. Write today for free catalogue. G. -p. MERER. LING CO, Dept. 1810, Bloomington, 111. <’ 22-2 ti IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL ON me before buying seed oats, seed potatoes, Le.spedeza, caboage plants and all kinds of garden seed. H. B. Newman. 17-20-22-24 JUST UNLOADED CAR OF HAY and car of flour. We have in trap-’ sit car of sliipstuff and car of Purina feeds. Prices right. Come to see us. Kittrell and Harris. 21-3 ti FOR RENT —FIVE ROOM Fur nished apartment, steam heat, hot and cold -water, garage furnished, S3O per month. Mrs R J. Corbitt. 22 2+-27-20 LOUGHLIN-GOODWYN - AUTHOR ized Dealer—Majestic and Philco Radios. Complete service facilities to render factory service, large stock of parts for all makes. Phono 118. 15-ts MEN WANTED FOR RAWLEIGH Routes of 80u families in West Franklin, Sot. ih Warren, Granvilje Counties, Henderson. Reliable hust ler should start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write imme diately. Rawleigh Co., Dept. NC-118 S, Richmond, Va. 8-15-22-29 PLENTY CABBAGE PLANTS FRJ day and Saturday, wholesale and re tail; also seed potatoes. Breedlove Produce Co. 22-lti WTLL UNLOAD TODAY CAR load of extra choice Tennes see mules, well broke and ready for work. Come and look them over. Prices are rgiht. W. C. ITight’s Store, ts 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 Everyone m ist nave a trade--why not wake yours PRINTING The Pilntln* Industry offers excemyjnal wages. In struction available. Monotype, keyboard and caster, l4nolype, Hand composition and Presswork on modern presses. Ftjr full information write the &( UHERN SCHOOL OF PRINTING at 1514-11 South St., Nashville. Tenn ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. Having qualified as administratrix of tiie estate of Misb Menter H. Par rish, deceased, this is to notify all persons having claims against the es tate of said Miss Menter 11. Parrish, deceased, lo exhibit them to the un | dersigned administratrix, properly verified on or before the Ist day of March, 1935, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. This Ist day of March, 1931. . MRS. JENNIE P. THORNE, Administratrix of the Estate of Miss Menter H. Parrish. NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE. By virtue of power contained in a deed of trust executed by H. C. Ab bott on 23rd October 1926, and record ed in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County In book 140 at page 174, default having been made in the payment of the note therein secured, at the request of the holder of the same, I shail sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House door, in Henderson, Vance County, N. C. at 12 o’clock, noon, on Tuesday, the 3rd day of April 1934 the following de scribed property: Adjoining the lands of Henry Green way, W. R. Kittrell, and others and bounded as follows: Begin at a Pine, Hunt and Rogers line, run thence S 86 1-2 E 1156 feet to stone, thence 8 86 1-4 E 2056 feet to stone on Ruin Creek, thence up Ruin Creek as it meanders to a stone, Harris corner, thence west along the shares of 8,5, 4 and 1 of the Bobbitt farm 3971 feet to a stone on the edge of a road, thence S. 2.45 W 725 feet to begin ning, containing 57.81 acres being lot No. 9 of the Bobbitt Farm as shown in plot book A page 29, and the land conveyed to H. C. Abbott by Henry Greenway in book 89 page 422. This »a sold subject to Joint Stock Land Bank mortgage recorded in book 127 page 405. J. C. KITTRELL, Trustee. INSURANCE—RENTALS REAL ESTATE—BONDS AL. B. WESTER Phone 139-. J—Office 115 Young Bt.