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Dust, dampness, diphtheria and
other germs are the chief causes
of sore throat.
Sudden chilling of bare feet,
coddling, mouth-breathing, over
crowded and over-heated dwell
ings and impure air sometimes
serve as the first wedge.
Sore throat in young or old
should not be neglected. The
first and best principle of treat
ing it is not to get it.
Avoid contact with people
whom you know to have sore
Keep plenty of fresh air in your
living and sleeping rooms.
Simple sore throat in healthy
adults is not often serious unless
it frequently recurs.
Sore throat, among children
should always be a. matter of im
mediate and serious considera
They "catch" it more easily.
They cannot be depended on to
guard against it.
Some are too young and others
don't know enough to complain
It is more often diphtheria.
-Their resistance to disease is
not as great as that of a grown
The safest thing to do, if the
child has a sore throat is to call in
It might not be serious, but it
isn't safe to fake chances.
NEEDED A CHISEL
The struggling author boldly
entered the editorial sanctum.
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story' he announced.
"That so?" ejacVlated the busy
editor. "Let us hear how it runs."
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chapter: 'Casper had been stand-1
mgas motionless as a block of
granite. Suddenly he dropped on
his knees before the beautiful girl
with the alabaster brow and bold
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answered with a stony stare and
handed him themarble hearty
But the busy editor reached for
the clipping shears. . w
"Young man," he thundered,"
you have made a mistake. Take
that story down to the neares
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