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beauties has hit upon some one of the
fruits or vegetables that is a splendid
If you are a dark beauty go and do
likewise, for all the creams and pow
ders in the world-will not help your
skin if your liver or stomach is out
AIR BETTER THAN DOCTOR'S
Air is vital. '
No good growth without exercise.
Exercise sets the machinery going.
If 'air cost more 'twould be v,alued
Good." air makes rich blood, bad air
Modern city life may build for
tunes, but it breaks health.
The baby sleeps sounder, longer
and better out of do6rs try it.
Nothing makes the blood course
through the veins as does exercise.
Exercise in the open air while
you stir the fire open the draughts. "
We may do withqutfood'for-weeks,
water for days, but not air for min
utes. Pure air to the drooping child is
like summer rain to the withering
As wood in the stqve without the
draughts open, so is' food in a child
without fresh air.
Who has not seen a plant brought
from the basement into the open air
take on new life?
Good, pure air and its .natural ac
companiments will cure as many ills
among children as medicine.
Elopements are prevented in New
Guinea by compelling eligible girls to
sleep in the trees. Thev ladders are
removed.after. they retire.
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