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THE BOTTLE BABY IS HANDICAPPED-GIVE-YOUR
CHILD A CHANCE
with the baby who feeds on nature's
provender the utmost care must be
taken with his milk diet. The mother
should give her personal attention to
the preparation of the milk.
The question of whether a child
shall be strong and robust or a weak
ling is oft6n decided by its 'food dur
ing the- first three months.
The problem is not simply to save
the chUd's life during the perilous
first year, but to adopt those means
which will tend to a healthy and nor
mal growth of the child.
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If You Must Raise Him on a Bottle Be Sure the Milk Is Pure.
There shofild, if possible, be a bot
tle for everyieeding, and, after thor
oughly rinsing in cold water every
bottle-and-nipple should be boiled for.
By Caroline Coe.
The baby who is fed from a bottle
Is handicapped from the very begin
ning; and if he is to hold iris.-own:
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