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WESSONS IN FIRST AID
d TRAINED NURSE TELLS ABOUT
t'ri'iit in out of Dislocation* and Sprains.
How to Place n Uandage?An Impro?
vised Tourniquet?What to Do In Cases
of Nosebleed nnd Kurns.
Slio was a very capnblo little woman
lud usually "sized up" to any occasion,
mat tlio euro of those ohildreu was likely
to prove a little too much for her,
When sho married a widower and un?
dertook tho caro of his five hoys sho
fenow that she would have to face many
fcnoxpected situations, and braced her
fcelf to do her best. She was not pro
pared, however, for what sho called the
"breakage" in the family. The constant
risk to lifo and limb that iivo active,
tport loving boys wertfccapablo of was a
Uow feature in her young life, and sho
felt that sho was in clanger of losing her
head nuless sho prepared herself to meet
tho different calls upon her motherly
In her extremity pho appealed to her
friend, the trained nurse.
"Can't you givo me ?omo points," sho
eaid. "Tell me of tho proper things to
do before the doctor comes in case of
certain accidents?won't you? Then
thero nre many littlo things?bruises
und bmns and things that I could attend
to myself without sending for a doctor
if I only knew how. Do help mo out.
Suppose, for instance, one of tho boys
fell and broke his arm, what should I
do before tho doctor caineV"
"If I were you, I would do nothing
but wait, unless tho surgeon was dolay
ed. In that case I would simply place
tho limb in between a folded pillow,
fastening the pillow firmly together,
thus making a sort of splint.
"You will very likely have a sprain
or two to deal with. You can cither ap?
ply cloths saturated with ioe water un?
til the swelling disappears, or you may
nse very hot water with vinegar in tho
same way. After the swelling lias dis?
appeared you had better bandage tho
limb and lot tho littlo patient rest it on
a level tiutil it gets strong. "
"Bnt I don't know how to apply a
bandage,'1 was tho forlorn reply.
"Then it is about time that yon did,"
said the trained nurse. "Givo mo a
pieco of muslin and your bare foot, and
I'll show you how.''
Then tho nurse took the piece of mus?
lin nnd tore it into strips of !1 inches in
width. Then saying, "Always begin at
the extremity of a limb and work to?
ward tho center of the body from left to
right," she placed one of the ends of
tho strip at tho instep and made a turn
around tho baso of the toe. Then she
carried tho baud diagonally over the
foot, across tho point of tho heel and
back from the other side, until it coin?
cided with tho first turn. This was then
covered and carried a second turn around
tho heel half an inch higher than the
first. She then con tinned to make alter?
nate tnrna under tho sole and behind
tho heel, crossing over tho instep until
the entiro foot was covered. In finish?
ing tho bandage sho split tho last quar?
ter of yard of tho strip through tho mid
tllo, wound tho ends in opposite direc?
tion around tho limb and tied them in
Then the band was all unwound
again, and tho pupil, trying her hand,
was delighted to seo what a "firm band?
age" sho could mako after two or three
"In case of dislocation," continued
the nurse, "thero is always need of in?
stant action. Muscular tension increases
rapidly and its reduction becomes moro
difficult with every hour that passes.
"Fingers and thumbs can bo set by
pulling in place, but be careful not to nse
'too much force. A joint is always weak?
er after an accident and should bo strap?
ped in placo until strong again.
"Freddie's nose bled awfully tho oth?
er day and frightened mo so becanso I
oonkl not stop it. It stopped itself after
awhile, but what should I have done:"
"It is a good thing to press gently tho
facial artery at tho baso of the nose and
place cold applications to forehead and
neck. I suppose you had him lean his
head over a basin. Yes; most people
[do, and that is just tho worst attitude
possible. You should have made him
Island erect, throw his head back and
elevate his arms, while you held a cold,
damp Bpongo to his nostrils. If yon have
inn occasion liko that again, und tho
bleeding continues after what I have
told you to do has been tried, you hud
better syringo with salt und ico cold
water or a solution of iron.
' "In the case of bums or scalds, if
ithey nro very bad send for your physi?
cian, but slight ones yon can very woll
uttend to. The first thing in such cases
is to exclude the air. I find that baking
soda and sweet oil make a soothing,
healing application. If yon can't get
ithat conveniently, beat up tho white of
;an egg and apply that with a bandage."
I "Will you tell mo how to stop tho
flow of blood in case of cut, and then
I'll let you go?"
j "Find the artery that is cut and tio a
.handkerchief around the limb just over
Where it bleeds. Tie tho handkerchief
'tightly; then make, say, three hard
'knots. In the last knot insert a pieco of
stick with which you must twist tho
'handkerchief until it is tight enough to
stop the. flow. The handkerchief and
stick make as good a tourniquet, as we
call it, as any one would wish. "?Phil?
A Moriiiiic Monologue.
For a long time after he had succeed?
ed in inserting himself through the door,
nt Jl a. m., she regarded him in silence.
At length she spake.
Also sho Spake at length.?Indianapo?
Judge?On what grounds does your
client ask for a divoico?
Lawyer?He says his wifo eats crnok
ers in bed.
Judge?Granted ! Next.?Brooklyn
You have suffered muoh In the past.
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Do These etnestloos Apply to Ion?
They are sure to interest hundreds of
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ten people are troubled with these
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the matter with them. Here are the
Are you nervous?
Have you a cough?
Is your throat sore?
Is your appetite poor?
Do you hawk and spit?
Is jour noBe stopped up?
Is it always fall of scabs?
Is your breath offensive?
Is your hearing affected?
Is your tongue frequently coated?
Is your mouth full of slime upon
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unless the Inflammation can be taken
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Geo. W. Jenhins, editor of the Santa
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Pocket Kodaks are wonderful little
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agents, 108 Salem avanue s. w.
W. K. Andrews & Co., 210 Salem
avenue, are strictly coal and wood
dealers. They keep everything you
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Go to Donaldson's for oak suits, very
ltoanoke Times + 4. 4. NEWS
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The ltoanoke Times + + PAPER
A Frolic That Wan Ucantlful If Terrify
tug and Hurt No One.
"Speaking of lightning rods," said
nn urniy ofllcor, "when I was at West
Point, old Hank Kondriek, our profess?
or of chemistry, electricity and so
forth, usod to givo us an experiment
with lightning rods, which is tho only
thing I recollect in connection with
them. Ho bod a battory rigged up to
furnish tho lightning. Then ho had a
house of blocks, a nico two story houso
painted white, with green shutters. On
this houso was a lightning rod, a minia?
ture affair, uuulo like tho ordinary light?
ning rod of commerce. Ho would make
a few remarks on tho necessity of hav?
ing tho rod properly connected with tho
ground, explaining that wot earth or
water connecting directly with tho
earth was tho vory best. Then ho would
mako a grouud connection of this kind
and proceed to firo a few big electric
sparks, or lightning Hashes, through tho
rod. They would go through all right,
not doing the slightest injury to tho
house. Then ho would mako a few
more remarks, this time to tho effect
that a little learning is a dangerous
thing, and tell about a good minister
in tho neighborhood who wanted to pro?
tect his house by a lightning rod and
who had heard that water was a good
thing for tho rod to end in. So ho sot
up tho rod and had it end in his cis?
tern, whore, as it was carefully cement?
ed, thero was always certain to bo wa?
ter. Tho old professor would then put
tho cud of tho rod in o glass of water,
to represent tho cistern, and turn on
his lightning. Tho big spark would
leap across to the rod and down would
conio the houso, a heap of blocks."
"Oneof the most beautiful and at tho
eamo time ono of tho most terrifying
sights I ever saw," said another mem?
ber of tho group, a veteran of tho war,
"was down in Arkansas in 18C>2. I was
drilling my regiment ono summer after?
noon, when a sudden thunder shower
come up. Tho men had bayonets fixed,
and as wo started for camp were carry?
ing their muskets at a right shoulder
shift. Suddenly thero began at tho tips
of those bayonets tho most marvelous
electrical display I had ever seen. Tho
lightning played about them, dancing,
rolling, flashing, leaping from ono to
another, as if it hugely enjoyed tho f rol
io. For an instant I thought tho wholo
company won Id bo struck down, and
tho men themselves woro badly fright?
ened. No one was hurt or even shocked
by the brilliant display.?Now York
Sho Had to Go.
"If you tell a lie, you must stick to
This is old and to somo extent trno,
as a woman of my acquaintance proved
Sho is stopping at a hotel here and
intends to return shortly to her home,
While out shopping tho other day sho
met a mother and daughter from her
own town whom sho doesn't know so
very well or liko so very much.
But they fell tipou her neck.
"Ob, Airs. J-," cried tho elder,
"if this isn't just glorious! To think of
onr meeting you here. Wo don't know a
soul in New York, and I know you'll
tako us rouud and show us the sights. "
Well, my friend just made up her
mind that she'd do nothing of tho sort.
She wanted what littlo time sho had
for herself. So she replied ? it was
wrong of conrso?
"I'm awfully sorry, but I'm living at
New Rochelle, and have jnst run in for
somo Shopping. I'm going out again this
"Oh, isn't that too bad? What train
do you take?"
"Tho 3 o'clock."
"Well, we'll go tip and see you off. "
Here was it nico stato of affairs, but
there was no way out of it that my
friend could think of without being ab?
So up they all went to tho depot, and
that tiiifortunatn woman bought a ticket
to New Rochelle, and actually had to go
there, as her friends upon the platform
gavo her no opportunity of escaping
from tho train.?New York Herald.
Kaiser Wilhelm as Ktngu Manager.
Somo amusing anecdotes are rolated
in tho press with respect to the kaiser
and the new Berlin Opera House. His
majesty may often bo seen in tho morn?
ing, in civil dress, wearing a white
cloak aud smoking a cigarette, crossing
on foot from the palaco to tho Opera
House. Thero arrived, ho takes his po?
sition on tho stago or follows tho re?
hearsals from his box. Many comical
encounters have occurred in the semi
darkness between kaiser and scene
shifters, ignorant of the visitor's iden?
tity. Tho emperor, indeed, leaves the
discovery of his presence to chance, but
this is often botruyed by an objection
from a coulisso which unexpectedly
breaks in during tho progress of a re?
hearsal. This fortuuato gift of observa?
tion is usually so well employed in
criticism of the arrangements which
have been made that the g<*nerul man?
ager, stago manager and director of tho
ballet are uuablo to better achieve suc?
cess than by following his suggestions.
Tho kaisor, it is related, once forgot to
throw away his eigarctto on entering
tho Opera House. Tho inspector there?
upon respectfully called attention to tho
fuct, aud his majesty replied, "The
regulations for tho preservation of or?
der in this houso naturally hold good
also for me."?Westminster Gazette.
What Constituted tho Insult.
"Are these tho photographs I order?
ed?" asked tho customer.
"Yes, sir," replied the photographer.
"They're paid for, I believe?"
"All rifjht. Wrap them up. Thanks!
Good inor?say, do you think I look liko
"Oh, yw, the likeness is excellent!"
"Suy, will yon do mo the favor to
como out with mo into the alley? I'd
like the privilcgo of building a face on
yon liko that I"?Chicago Tribune.
Four out of flvo who
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Oil 11 don't know. Worry I expect.
Worrying about what ?
Well, you know the servants arc a
heap of trouble.
The children worry me n heap.
I am broken down.
In the morning I generally havo
Along towards evening my back
feels OS if it would break.
Every tlmo the baby cries I nearly
Jump out of my skin, I am
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Memphis. Conneots at Radford for
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12:15 noon for Washington, Hagers
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Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Norfolk
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