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.KEEP BABY GOOL THESE HOT DAYS.
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By Idah McGlone. .Gibson.
Don't say, "All babies are al
ways cross in hot weather.."
No baby is cross that is com
fortable. If your-"baby is kept
clean and cool and its diet-is 'corv
rect you will have -a ; laughing;
happy, healthy baby.
Don't swathe your-babyinflan-
He's Cool and' Happy.
nel or many cotton garments in
July or August. .
One slip-and a diaper is all that
is needed when -the temperature
begins to climb over 75 degrees,
pie sure thee are clean and never
let. baby, wear the same garment
at night that; it wears during the
More babies 'are killed by hot
weather conditions than by cold.
' If the baby contracts a slight
cojd a light flannel shirt may be
added to the diaper and slip or
night gown. Above all else keep
the baby cool. -Take it out doors,
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