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title: 'New-York tribune. (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, July 23, 1911, Page 13, Image 37',
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Help Your Baby
Fight the Summer Heat
IT isn't tlie heat, it is the food that kills
our babies in the summer time?and alas.
more of them dic in these three summer months than
in al! the rest ol the year together. 1i1 it is all s<>
unnccessary. With the help ol Ncstle's l;ood the
- immer ean be s<> comfortablc for the baby and you
will be free from anxiet).
In the loni?. suitry nights, \ i ui d< i n< >t need to bear
the trials of souring milk, the bab) wean and eross,
yoursclf exhaustcd. lt the bab) has the ri^lir food, it
will not mind the hi t. \t\ Nestlc's for a while, and
. will see the little body plump out; and bathed,
rreshly clothed, aired, sunned and properl) fed, ili.it
little one of yours will sleep smilingl) in its little bed.
For Nestle's exactl) suits thr little bab) stomaeh;
Nestle's will not spoil H1 !''" heat and N'estle's eon
tains no gcrms.
.More babies dic of summer diarrhea than any
other cause.hec luse, in the heat of the year. eow s milk
has even more than the usual number of germs, and the
child's powers ol rcsistance are grcatl) lessened in li<?t
we ther. Vour baby eannot dit^esl the eurds in eow s
milk, and your baby needs more sugar than it gets in
c<>\\ 's milk.
All this is overcome in Nestle's Food. Nestle's
is the best cnu'^ milk, from our own sanitaq dairies,
purified and modified until il is the nearest thing there
is to mother's milk. Iii.it is wh) it suits the bab)
stomaeh ^<? well: a baby's stomaeh was made to digest
its mother's milk, and an) substitute for that mother s
milk must be s<> like it that the babj won't notice the
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...i. .i... h.lp V-.-r.l ?iltaa mother, n<.? :..?' *
wai -''ur ?.!. r*8BM aratJi ih- ..mpl.
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