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SWEETS FOR THE CHILDREN.

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SWEETS FOR THE CHILDREN. Nearly all children, especially if normally healthy, crave for sweets. A great many parents, without any thought or reason in the matter, deny to their children all kinds of sweets. They do this from some preconceived notion that sugar and candy cakes are bad for the children. Other parents go to the opposite extreme, and indulge their children in all sorts of confectionery, from the cheapest to the most expensive, allowing them to cat rich. indigestible cakes, jams, can- died fruits, &c. Give the children sweets in the form of pure chocolate, honey, and syrup made from fruits. A lump of sugar or a stick of good candy now and then \vill not hurt them. Let them eat molasses, but be sure it is a good quality. Fruit jellies, if unadulterated, and plain cookies that are not too sweet are good for chil- dren. Let the children have sweets. The sys- tem craves them. They impart warmth and energy. They nourish and build up the tissues. The best time to give the children sweets is at meal time. Let fruits, jelly, syrup, molasses, or honey form part of each meal, and then the children will not so often plead for candy and cake. Let the children have sweets. But see to it that they are furnished with the proper kind, at the rH.!ht, timo.. and in sensible quant'ty.

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PINEAPPLE JELLY.

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SARDINES A LA ROTATE.

PRUNE JELLY.

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