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s Everybody knows how to treat
juiake bite: apply tournaquetj cut
tb wound so It bleeds freely;
suck out as much of the poison as
ou can get out; 8've antl-venln;
hen get the patient to a doctor as
Hiickly as possible. .
.Tthats all good advice. But we
are warned that many victims of
iaake bite have suffered ' serious
l-etulta from every one of these di
rectional So let's look at them; but
first let's look at snake bites.
I If you are bitten by a six-foot
rattler it won't matter much' what
f ou do, for the poison will probably
overwhelm you before anything
ean Kelp. But if you are bitten by
: non-poisonous snake or a young
fattier or' a poisonous snake, that
has recently bitten some person or
animal and has used up bis supply
If venom, then your chief danger
fa the things your friends know
about snake bite that aren't so!
there are far more of these simple
r non-poisonous bites than there
SPG?JS AFIELD (
To .Sweet. Pofafo Growers
When Ready To Sell Your Sweet Potatoes Get
lit Touch With Us. We Have Made Them A Spec
ialty For 20 Years. We Buy Them When Dug
Or Cured. 4 In The Market Every Day And Pay
Market Values At All Times.
Andrcvs & Knovles Produce Co.
r MOUNT OLIVE, N. C.
M. F. ALLEN, JR.
Keriensville, II. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
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PLANT THE DENS IN BANKS AS SHOWN
,fltF Off AMAC IN TREES USING HEAVY
WIRE. ' - '
are of the highly dangerous ones.
Now for a look at our Instructions
'First, the tournaquet That's to
keep the poison'" from getting to
the heart But frequently there's
very little or no poison, and since
a tournaquet can be an extremely
dangerous device, don't use It un
less you are sure it's needed; and
then loosen it frequently.
Next, open the wound and let it
bleed. Don't do any cutting unless
you have reason to believe there's
a dangerous amount of poison to be
gotten rid of. Use a fresh razor
blade that's been carried Jn its or
iginal package not that trusty but
usually dirty pocketknife. Make the
cuts trough the two bluish holes
where the fangs have penetrated;
and make each one lengthwise of
the limb, not crosswise.
Then suck the wound. Yes
that is if the mouth of the sucker
be reasonably clean.
Bandage the wound. Only if there
is a sterile roller bandage or some
one has an unfolded, fresh hand
kerchief. Otherwise leave that little
wound open to the air. It stands a
better chance of remaining uninfec
ted than if It is bandaged with an
Place Your Orders
Cards For Every
Stationery With A
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At Her Home
THE Tomcm WITH
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EMPTY NAIL KEGS
ALSO MAKE EXCEL
LENT COON DENS
WHEN HUNG IN
V TREES JmAR FOOD
AND HATER SUP"
! AREAS SHORT OF RACCOON.
CAN SUCCESSFULLY BE RE
POPULATED BY TRANS
PLANTING ANIMALS FROM
HEAVILY POPULATED ,.
AREAS ALL THT IS
NEEDED IS Tie DESIRE ON
THE PART OF THE ZPORTS
A f.V PLUS A LITTLE EF
FORT Win Donat
Then give anti-venin. Frequently
folks who take anti-venin have a
terrifying after-condition called
"anaphylactic shock"; and frequent
ly these injections are followed by
an attack of intolerable Itching call
ed serum sickness. So unless you
are dead sure of the danger of
snake bite, better spare the victim
these unpleasant possibilities
Get the patient to the doctor as
quickly as possible. If you can do
it without any violent or even ac
tive exercise on his part Remember
in snake bite we are trying to keep
the poison from reaching the heart.
Anything which apeeo up the cir
culation makes the blood carry the
poison faster, whether it be exert
ion, worry or the whjskey that used
to. be urged as a cure-all for snake
YOU CAN MAKE IT BAIN
Plan now to attend the most out
standing demonstration of portable,
revolving sprinkler systems ever
conducted in North Carolina.
, TIME: Friday,, Oct 7, 2:00 P. M.
PLACE: J. H. Bradshaw'a farm
In Sampson County, 1 mile from
Clinton, Goldsboro-Faison hl-way.
Sponsored by County Agents of
11 counties, Including Duplin, and
North Carolina Irrigation equip
PURPOSE: To teach principles
of " Irrigation and to demonstrate
the most modern sprinkler equip
All farmers should be Interested.
Systems will be demonstrated to
suit varying needs, from small
truck farms to large pastures.
Yes, the days of man-made rain
are here. Irrigation originated
about the same time as man and at
the same place. As early as 2300
B. C, a king of Babylon set up a
IN MOrNt OLIVE
Phone in-1 or 230
Well-defined set of In ',;.uon laws.
From that early beginning Irriga
tion has played an important role
In every civilizations Supplemental
Irrigation has already ' proved Its'
value 'to North Carolina farmers
and interest in this practice is stead
ily increasing. . -!..? t'k.y--'--.-.
I T. Weeks, County Agent, urges
everyone in Duplin County interest
ed in irrigation to attend this out
Duplin county cotton farmers
who want to keep abreast of the
marketing picture swill receive
highly specialized help again this
year from the U. S. Department of
Agriculture's Cotton Branch, L. F.
Weeks, Duplin County Agent for
the State College Extension Ser
vice, said this week. He lists these
services as available to growers re
Weekly Cotton Market Review:
Issued each week-end. Covers the
movement of average prices for
middling 15-16 inch staple in the,
spot markets; market activity; loan
rates and current parity, and gin
ning and mill activity.
Farmers Weekly Cotton Price
Report: Enables a grower to deter
mine the approximate price, or the
government loan rate,. on various
grades and staple lengths; also
shows the prices paid on the major
Southeastern spot markets.
Grade and Staple Length Report:
Issued twice a month' during the
ginning season. Shows percentages
of cotton in each staple length and
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Carolinas, with comparisons with
grade ginned in Ala., Ga., and the
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, "BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
John II. Carter, Company
KINSTON, N. C.
First time in your city, not to be classedas a trpsie.
GIFTED PALMIST AND PSYCHIC MEDIUM
Tells you any and everything you wish to know without
asking any questions, gives you names, of enemies, and
Gives true and never falling advice on all affairs of life. If
worried, troubled or In doubt consult this psychic reader at once. She
can atTd will help you. Consult her on business, love, marriage, wills,
deeds, mortgages, lost and stolen articles and speculations of all kinds.
Don't be discouraged if others have failed to help you. She does what
others claim to do. One visit will convince you this Medium and Palm
ist is superior to any reader you have consulted.
Privateand Confidential Reading's Dally and Sunday for Both White and
Colored. Hours: 9 A. M. - 9 P. M. Yiu Must Be Satisfied or No Charf e.
LOCATED i2 MILE FROM WALLACE CITY LIMITS
At The WALLACE STOCKYARDS. Look for Hand Sign
' .' ';.. T ' ' ilAi' ' - ' v new yorker 4-door sedan
thb car prove itl
Try driving without thMKna in the car with
the simplest automatie transmission of all
, . the ear that olives you complete control
Wenie through food and storm that : t
would stall any other earl You've thai first
and only wattrfrff ignition ytttm on
. any passenger ear.
'took wider t fenders and body, fhereV
protective untierooatuig no other
atjhe factory. Look at the Safety
Tdjncco Prictio At Peafr
; Tobacco prices were at the high
est point of the season at Eastern
Northr Carolina markets during last
week. Day to day. averages ranged
from $53 to slightly over $55 per
hundred. Most of the grades showed
advances of $2 to $4 with the over
all quality also at the highest point
for the season. Gross sales moved
above the three million pound mark
at an average of between $47 and
$48 per hundred.
The state's Middle Belt tobacco
markets also reported a firm de
mand for tobacco with day to day
averages between ' $46 and $49.
Gross .sales for the season on this
belt moved over 70 million pounds
an average of approximately $47
North Carolina and Virginia's
Old Belt markets reported day to
day averages of between $45 and
$48 with gross sales of the season
totalling approximately 54 million
pounds at an average of $47 - $48.
Gross sales on North and South
Carolina's Border Belt markets
moved above the 281 million pound
mark at an average of $48.87. Fair
mont, N. C. was the only Border
Belt market scheduled to continue
Cottonseed Review: Lists high,
low, and average grades of cotton
seed; and prices currently paw
farmers for cottonseed, in wagon
lots, by counties, in Ala., Ga., Fla.,
and the-Carollnas. Also reports on
the general price paid by oil mili3,
and edible vegetable oil prices.
Mr. Weeks said any farmer wish
ing to receive either or all of these
reports may get them by writing to:
Cotton Branch, Production and
Marketina Administration, U. S.
1 0 AA.1 W
Department of Agriculture, 441 w.
Peachtree St..N. E., Atlanta. Ga.
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. . . blowouts can't throw a tire under
almost any normal driving.
See hew common sense and imagination
in engineering and research make you more
comfortable. With ehair-beight seats. With
beautifuf interiors for full siae people,
Telephone yew nearby Chrysler dealer
.. . . he will bring the car to your door. In
any body style, 4-door Sedan, Club Coupe,
Convertible Coupe, the powerful 8-oylinder
New Yorker will do
Rim wheels, asked of any other
sales after the week ending Sept.
30. This market plans to close on
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
THE POWER OF SALE contained
in that certain mortgage executed
by James Boney and wife, Hattie
Lee Boney, dated the 18th day of
December, 1946, and recorded in
Book 431, page 318, of the Duplin
County Registry, default having
been made in the indebtedness
thereby secured, and said mortgage
deed having been duly transferred
and assigned to Hubert E. Phillips,
and said mortgage deed being by
the terms thereof, subject to fore
closure, the undersigned Mortgagee
and Transferee will offer for sale
at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash at the Courthouse Door
in Duplin County, Kenansville, N.
C. at Noon, 12:00, on Monday, Oct
tober 31, 1949, the property de
scribed in said Mortgage deed, and
the same lying and being in Duplin
County, North Carolina, and being
described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake near a
hickory tree and runs thence as
Docia A. Blanchard's line North 80
West 508 feet to i stake, Lizzie Dix
on estate ooi nt"': thence as that line
North 10 West 487 feet to a stake
in W. I. Staten's line; thence as his
line North 89 degrees 10 minutes I
East 324 feet to a stake; thence J
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES,
STORE FIXTURES, INCLUDING ONE FRIGID AIRE,
ONE DRINK-MEAT BOX COMBINATION, ONE ICE
CREAM CABINET; ALSO STORE BUILDING INCLU
DING FOUR ROOM LIVING QUARTERS FACING
HIGHWAY NO. 24 ESTABLISHED GOING BUSI
NESS. HEALTH AND AGE FORCING SALE.
0. L WhaHey
more for you than you've
octol;j hk im
South 23 East 256 feet to a stake!
thence South 29 East 243 feet to
the dividing corner between C. F.
and J. W. Blanchard; thence South
19V4 East 130 feet to the beginning,
containing 4.8 acres, more or less.
A ten per cent deposit will be
required of the successful bidder
as evidence of good faith.
Advertised this the 30th day of
Hubert E. Phillips
Mortgagee and Transferee
A. J. STRICKLAND
WARSAW, N. V.
Sptnd 25, minutes with
' the beautiful
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