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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACOMAN
THURSDAY, JAN, T IttT
WASHINGTON, D. C. (PA)
All states except Connecticut, In
diana, Iowa and Tennessee have an
"official bird" by virtue of choices
by women's club's or state Aubudon
societies. . , -
WASHINGTON, D. -G. (PA
Winteris a cold period, noU be
cause, the' sun's rays are colder, but
because there are so many fewer
hours of sunlight.
.Mother7most hospitals now
protect their babies againstl
Kcnni ma mn-iuiccuon oy
tubbing Mermen Antiseptic Oil
afl over the baby's body every
day.jThis keeps the bafcy's
' skin smoother, softer, lovelier
and SAFER So, mother, do as
hospitals do, as doctors re com-,
mend. Guttyour baby a safety-
rub with Jtf ennen Antiseptic
Oil daily Wruout his diaper,
tdays. See your druggist.: .
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Doherty Forecasts 5,000
Birthday Parties, Jan. 30
ALL FUNDS -TO
NEW YORK, Jan. 6. With Col
onel Henry L. Dohety serving as
chairman for the fourth year, plans
for the nation's country-wide series
of celebrations on January 30 in
honor of President' Franklin" D.
Roosevelt and on behalf of its small
sufferers from, infantile paralysis
are -well underway here. ," 1
Enthusiastic-responses from chair
man in all parts of the country
forecast more than 5,000 parties,
Colonel J)oherty". has announced;
and the' outpouring of the nation's
concern for. those crippled as ,a re
sult of infantile garalysis is expect
ed .to result in the, largest fund yef
raised. ; r
Among the .nationally prominent
men who are taking an active-part
in plans to make the vast 'celebra
tion a success are Bishop William
T. Manning, General . John J. Persh
ing, William Green, Edsel B. Ford,
WillH. Hays, Patrick Cardinal
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Hayes, Vincent Astor, Ambassador
Joseph Ev Davies, Charles G. Dawes,
Admiral Cary T. Grayson, .W. Aver
ell '. . Harriman, William Randolph
Hearst, Waltet S. Gifford and Col
oriel Edward M, House. .'- '
. Announcement from- Washington
that 'the" inaugural 'ball will not be
held this year owing - Jo the : close
proximity of the inaugural . cere
monies to the President?, birthday,
has lent added significance to the
forthcoming celebrations.' George
Allen, chairman of the District of
Columbia, 'has- announced that the
Capital's celebration will be on a"
.Many, of the -nation's foremost
radio stars also are taking a lead
ing parti in plans for the celebra
tion. ; ;'' z
Distribution of Futid
The same plan of distributing the
funds raised through the 'parties
used last -year will be followed this
year," Colonel Doherty has . an
inounced. Seventy cents out of every
dollar will remain in the community
raising '.the', funds - to .be" used for
after-treatment in ' the rehabilita
tion "of children suffering, from the
disease. The remaining thirty per
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NEW YORK ... As national chair
man fojr the fourth year, Cblonel
Henry I Doherty (abore). la di
recting organization of the nation?
wide celebrations, January SO. 1H
honor of President Roosevelt's
birthday, to raise funds for the
country's fight against infantile
cent will he turned over to the
President for the Warm Springs
Foundation for use in the nation-
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wide Datiie againsi inianiue parr
alysis.' . , ' -.' . "
Since the movement was first
launched in 1933, thousands of chil
dren sujferinff from the effects of
infantile parsis have been helped
through funds raised, with the birth
day balls. Simultaneously scientists,
assisted by a portion of the funds,
are searching for a method of con
trolling the disease and so stamping
out a-menace to childhood that has
existed since the earliest records of
mankind. ' '
JOHN JOSEPH GA1NES,MJE
Within the last week I have had
quite a patronage in "blood pressure
cases." .In this particular interval,
all the subjects were ladies. I
could not help noticing similarity
that was , almost unrronn. All were
women past middle age 60 arid be
yond. All were of stout build 170
pounds or over, in "weighty All ex?.
cent one a Jewess were tarm
dwellers. All except the Jewis
ladv were of fair complexion; Mos
all were of German extraction, lib
eral feeders. All except the city
woman had reared large families
of children. And all of them, with
out exception, carried their high
tension without kidney disease.
It is very common these days to
encounter cases of high blood
pressure, the kind that produces
hemorrhage in the brain, and, par
alysis if not sudden life ending.
Hence the subject is of rather keen
importance, both to patient and
physician. First of all in the treat
ment the cause must be sought for.
My habit is, first, to test for
kidney disease, that being in many
cases co-incident with high -arterial
tension. If not, "kidney trouble,"
what then? Well are the arteries
hardened ? Or, is there evidence of
a chronic liver derangement? How
about the spleen, the largest of the
ductless glands? Is there any focus
of infection by harmless germs?
What of the elimination by bowels
and kidneys ? Is the colon func
tioning? The heart? The voluntary
and sympathetic nervous system?
Lastly, the iblood-condition as' to
viscosity, and its power to properly
feed the muscular system, which
includes the heart itself. Diet ?
Regulate it according to need, not
We are progressing slowly, it
certainly aid the physician That's
the "why" of this letter.,
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SOME SIMPLE RULES ABOUT
There are some, opints I must
call them rules that I feel pretty
safe in abiding by, subject to very
moderate amending, for, special
cases. I will mention a few.
I have learned that the adult man
I needs at least, one meat ration a
(aay7cpoked in the manner he likes
it best. The working man needs
more meat than the housed man.
I do not . permit heavy meats for
the evening meal.
. The adult human body needs one
or two eggs daily, cooked as the
. I" prefer cooked fruits to Tajgt
fruits, as a rule. From the producer
to the consumer these days, may
pass the viand through a ' dozen
pairs of more or less dirty .hands.
It takes more than a casual rinsing
to remove gerrhs ; cooking does the
work. Stewed dried fruits are my
absolute: favorites for winter ie'at
ing. ..,:.':'... '.;. ,'.
The fruit portion of a meal,
roughlyspeakkig, may furnish from
one-third to 'one-half the volume
of the ration. We, as a nation, eat
too .little of well-selected fruits.
We do not give enough' attention
to the volume of water taken. A
patient weighing 150 pounds should
drink a total of a half-gallon , of
water daily. Don't await thirst, if
you are sedentary. Get the habit of
drinking methodically vv
I am asked often, '"Shall 1 drink
milk?" This .by people who are
merely run-down from over-strain
of affairs, I ask, "do youlike it?"
"Yes." "Then dririk it.VBut is the
answer is, "No, I caiH say I like
itf but have been tcddtsgood for
me" Then I say, "talce a gkvis Tfbw
and then, but . abandon! it if it
' WASHINGTON, D. C. . (PA)
Bird Day is a holiday observance
which is spreading and , is linked
with' Arbor Day in many places.
A - . ' ...
Potatoes are sold singly, in
halfs, and even in 'quarters, in
some j shops in Canton, China.'
RED ROCK LAKES, MONT.
(PA) The trumpeter swan, .larg
est and handsomest of American
native waterfowl, has been saved
from extinction by the establish
ment nf a refucre near here.
' Bloodhounds are ' docile.
CASH FOR POULTRY
Our Truck Will Be Located at
Roy F. Cunningham's Store
FRANKLTIN, N. C.
NEXT MONbAY 10 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
The following prices will be paid:
C6l6red Hens 12 cents
Light Hens ..?.v;.....f4vv-......i...:. 10 cents
Stags , A......:'..:M....:.....c..r......,.-............... 10 cets
Roosters 6 cents
Eggs Market Price
DO NOT FEED POULTRY DAY OF SALE
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Be & B. Feed and Seed Co.
BREVARD, N. C.
fcjw93 7 Jit Your Bwtllw Year
We take this opportunity to extend to all our
friends and customers our sincere thanks and
appreciation for their most generous patronage
during the past twelve months, and also .to as
sure .you that we shall always , strive to serve
you to the: best of our ability;
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Wishing You a Prosperous and
Happy New Year
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
- The Shop Of Quality
To Our Friesids
On or about January 10th we expect
to move irito our new quarters on the.
Public Square formerly occupied by the
Joines Motor Company.
We have remodeled the interior
this building, which we recently pur
chased, and our furniture department
will provide ample room for the com
plete line of Furniture, Stoves and
Ranges,, Radios and House Furnishings
which we expect "to" carry, at all times
Our Funeral Home will also be niore
commodious and better equipped! than
ever, . , ; :; ' j y
We thank yih for the splendid busi
ness given us during the past twelve
years and invite you to call and inspect
our new home.- ' k
Bryant Furniturfe Co.
FRANKLIN, N. C.
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