The Mary Frances First Aid Book
With Ready Reference List of Ordinary Accidents and Illnesses, and Approved Home Remedies
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The Mary Frances First Aid Book With Ready Reference List of Ordinary Accidents and Illnesses, and Approved Home Remedies

By Jane Eayre Fryer
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  • THE MARY FRANCES FIRST AID BOOK
    • PREPAREDNESS
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • INSTRUCTIONS
    • CHAPTER I Off to Mexico
    • CHAPTER II The Speeders’ Accident
    • CHAPTER III First Aid to the Injured
      • Shock
    • CHAPTER IV At the Dolls’ Hospital
      • First-Aid Treatment for Broken Leg (See Reference List)
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER V The Real Cross Nurses
    • CHAPTER VI Lessons in First Aid
      • First Lesson in First Aid to the Injured
      • Medicine Closet
      • To Make a Sanitary Drinking Cup from Any Piece of Clean Paper
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER VII Safety First
      • Germs
      • Slight Cuts and Pin Pricks
      • Burns and Scalds (See Reference List)
      • How to Put Out Flames
      • To Avoid Accidents from Fire
      • Frost Bites
      • Chilblains
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VIII Practice Games
    • CHAPTER IX The Hikers
      • Bruises (Contusions) (See Reference List)
      • Sprains (See Reference List)
      • Stings and Bites of Insects (See Reference List)
      • The Filthy Flies
      • How to Rid a House of Fleas
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER X On Looking Glass Lake
      • Poison Ivy
      • Sunburn (See Reference List)
      • Plant Poisoning (See Reference List)
      • Prickly Heat
      • Hives (Nettle Rash)
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XI Two Boys Are Late
      • Nosebleed (See Reference List)
      • Earache (See Reference List)
      • For Insect in the Ear
      • For “Something” in the Eye
      • Toothache
      • Splinters
      • Hiccough
      • How to Stop Nausea (Sick Stomach)
      • Chills
      • Fainting (See Reference List)
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XII Plans
      • Program for Fourth of July Celebration
      • Gunpowder Wounds
      • What to Do for Powder Wounds
    • CHAPTER XIII A Sane Fourth of July
      • Triangular Bandages
    • CHAPTER XIV Shesa, a Red Cross Nurse
    • CHAPTER XV A Telegram from Mexico
    • CHAPTER XVI Private Brave’s Adventures
      • Roller Bandages (See Reference List)
      • The Way Private Brave Saved a Baby’s Life
    • CHAPTER XVII The Mad Dog
      • For Dog Bite (See Reference List)
    • CHAPTER XVIII The Poisoned Baby
    • CHAPTER XIX Hurrah for Our Hero
    • A READY REFERENCE LIST OF ORDINARY ACCIDENTS AND ILLNESSES ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED WITH APPROVED HOME REMEDIES
    • A FEW GENERAL REMARKS
    • A READY REFERENCE LIST
      • Some Antidotes
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PLASTERS, POULTICES AND STUPES
    • LIST OF REMEDIES FOR THE HOME MEDICINE CLOSET
      • Measures.
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