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SCOLDING IS HARMFUL.

Jn most cases it is positively harmful to scold nervous, fidgety children. Harmful because the condition is usually aggravated by this form of punishment. Children are nervous because they inherit a tendency to nervousness, because they overstudy or overwork, or because they are run down physically. Whatever the cause, nervous children need careful management. Instead of impatience and scolding, see that the patient does not overwork or overstiidy, "ivo good nourishing food, sufficient out-of-door exercise, and » safe non-alcoholic tonic. Hr Pink Pills are the tonic for such cases, harmless, sugar-coated, and easy to take. the tonic treatment builds up the child’® nervous strength tberg will be less demands on your temper, lew temptation to scold. When nervous children get in •• tantrums " put them to bed, whatever the hour of the day. If the paroxysm continues, give the child a warm oath and return it to bed. Persist in the tonic treatment with Dr Williams’- Pink Filial, the nourishing food, and the eseroiae. it is surprising now many nervous disorders are corrected by building up the blood. Even St. Vitus’s dance will yield if you are faithful. These pills arc sold by all medioiaft ,v -

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SCOLDING IS HARMFUL., Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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SCOLDING IS HARMFUL. Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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