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First Aid for the Out-Doors Man – Strength Magazine – August, 1922

We are also printing a brief extract from a letter which we received from a novice in wood-craft: “I can-y one of those Seabury and Johnson first aid kits made for the U. S. Army, containing two antiseptic compresses of sublimated gauze in oiled paper, one antiseptic bandage of sublimated cambric with a safety pin, and one triangular bandage with safety pin. Directions are on each bit of equipment in the packet, which is two inches wide and about five long. I also carry an unbreakable phial of iodine which I have twice applied to snake bites. It is invaluable.”

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