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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - December 26, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania New Bethlehem Independent in established in if paid in new december sense of sight i an infant slowly learns to exercise at first the Nev born babe Linn the Power Only to be Tyreciz Light Aud develop ment of the Power of the sense most Early exercised by the Newborn meant is the sense of but at first it has the Power Only to distinguish Light from darkness and is in comparison with its later development while in Many of the lower creatures the senses Are at birth fully what a difference there is Between Eye of the Newborn infant Aud the Sharp vision of the Young Wheeli is Able to pick up with precision a Grain of Corn or even snap up a by the eggshell May be still stick its Back the Eye of the is developed very infancy and childhood it learns How to in the first few Days it notices the difference Between Light and darkness when the Light is very and it May even knit its brow in sleep if a Bright Light be brought its the same principle a striking color will also be noticed when held close to the in All these the in Fant follows the object by turning its and not by the movement of the open Aud shut from but they Are not always moved at the with the movements of the eyeballs until the infant has reached the third under two or three months of age infants do not drink when the baud or an object is waved before the because they do not Ever the hand one of the remarkable Points of in Terest development of the infants Power of vision is the Way in which it learns to appreciate the objects has to learn to discover the distance of their and this it does the of the sense of the the Mother or nurse is made in that it is brought so close to toe infants after the infant has Learned to see objects distinctly at the distance of several feet it begins to use both eyes in at first the eyes act independently of each so that it undoubtedly has double vision and sees everything this double vision can be produced by Many at will by aking Cross having reached the Point when it sees an object it must also begin to understand objects of three find out the difference Between a Flat surface and a solid Here the sense of touch also the i Faut grasps an object putting it to its lips and satisfies itself As to the it is interesting in this connection to Jei a certain congressman was from a Rural and Asir was his first time in his first visit to any City of considerable experiences of himself and wife were often at Home a guest had been something of a but had Only meant an extra piece from the pumpkin a few More doughnuts and perhaps a deeper in Road into the dish of cabbage or it was slow dawning on them that a congressman at Washington is a Host at soon after they had become settled in their new Home a Friend called on them from the Rural District and be Gan to express sum ashment at the of the pity and the number of its winding up with an you keep girl an put your Washin the Luck o some people an i Spose you have callers most every Day gasped the congressman throwing up her hands in dire Ful i should say no Mary Hiram an Mes been it out twice in a an cult intentional the difficulties of learning and using a new language Are and the unfortunate norwegian in this Story from the Frankfurt review must have Felt that his own efforts were particularly a druggist was obliged to be absent from his store one and his wife took his a Large who spoke English with entered and said i owe de firm 50 very replied the druggists wife just pay it to and it will be All i owe de firm 50 yes i if you Are i will give you a receipt for it the Man looked at her in astonish ment and walked out without a pretty soon with fellow countryman whose command of eng Lish was a Little better and who interpreted his friends remark by explain he wants 50 cents Worth of Dodo some cases in which a person born sight when in one Case a Youmg Man who had lost his sight in Early infancy was so completely blinded that he could not distinguish even the strongest Light from after on operation on one Eye had been successfully performed he began to see objects without understanding being Able to judge their distances from his he Fet As if everything was touching his so that to touch an object be at first put one Finger or the hand up before toss pointing at the object aimed and reach Forward until his Finger came in Contact with the of after be recovered the use of both eyes be began to find out that was not but that Many had a certain thickness As Well Jis length and and in this Way solid but even for year or two after com plete recovery he was unable to decide whether a certain figure was a Flat sur As in a or a solid he was also obliged to learn the Dif Ferent animals and not know ing the difference Between a cat and a dog until he had touched we ajl go through just the same proc Ess of learning How to see in the child May be two or three or even before it has control Over its eyes and can judge of the distance of objects in the the care of the Eye is a question of great importance for mothers and the eyes of Newborn infants should be carefully washed with Clear and if anything unusual is noticed the physician should be the infants eyes Are specially to be protected against too Bright a it is by no Means an uncommon thing to see a nurse Wheeling a Young infant in the Carriage while the Sun is pouring into the Childs this does not argue against taking infants into the san when the weather is not too out eyes should always be protected against the Bright direct or blood Bittera gives a Man a j him fit the the the Bay of Naples abounds in me or often growing As Large As two feet to diameter and weighing fifty and sixty some of them Shine at night with a greenish Light and Are known As Noc Toluca night lanterns by the the jellyfish sometimes make migrations in great sometimes so Large and so thick As to impede the navigation of like the floating plants in the Sargasso sea of the these Shoals of As they Are May be so dense that a piece of Timber plunged in them will be held up right As if stuck in the Aud Ordinary rowboats cannot Force their Way through their migrations have never been they Are irregular and occur at no particular season of the year and under no particular a cold wave the forecasts of sudden changes in the weather serves notice that a hoarse voice and a heavy cough May invade the Sanc Tity of health in your own cautious people have a bottle of one minute Couch cure always at Wise of writes Lam indebted to one minute cough cure for my pres ent Good und probably my it cures colds Bronchi and All Throat and lung one minute cough cure cuts the draws out the heals and soothes the mucus membranes and strengthens the minute Perth of a the minuteness of the parts of a watch is shown by the following Fig ures it takes of one certain kind of watch screws to make a the Pivot of the balance wheel is Only Onetto hundredths of an Inch in diam each jewel Hole into which a Pivot fits is about of an Inch larger than the to permit sufficient the finest screw for a Small sized watch has a thread of 200 to the Inch and weighs of a a pallet jewel weighs one of a Pound a roller jewel a Little More than one two the largest round hair Spring stud is of an Inch in diameter and about nine of an Inch in a thousand dollars Worth of Well known Coal oper and of i have been afflicted with Fidney and bladder trouble for passing gravel or atones with excruciating i got no Relief from medicines until i began taking Foley kidney then the result was sur a few doses started the Brick dust life Fine stones and now i have no pain across my kidneys and i feel like a done me a Worth history is no new the were to practice Tiluy Ilii Ijichi i pint of Cotton or rag ill the virus irom a Pustule Ami placed it in the two ancient English Gilberts and of i both speak of smallpox us commonly but the chinese remedy was unknown to the first Book on smallpox was writ ton by a priest and physician who lived at Alexandria and wrote thirty books on physic in he also is ii nothing of but us Vised Liri Ukini ice water in Hirse Saffron and warming Medici Thi real discovery of we Are was made by univ con ducted his in the year 1774 it fruit cd to Benjanin a dior Hershire old no about cowpox being an antidote for that it would serve As Well to be Cut for so accordingly he himself did actually Cut his wife and children for that but Josty is unknown to jct users name is sly in nearly All streams where the cur rent is Swift you will find the nets of the cad ice Worms tucked Down be tween two rocks or fastened to a Flat Stone on the Brink of a these Little nets catch stray water bugs and sometimes entangle Small they Are made of a Silken fabric which the worm spins with its Mouth Are shaped like a the Lar Ger end being pointed up Stream so that the Rushing spreads them out in the nets arc very Strong and quite similar in construction to a spiders close by his net the Little Fisherman builds his lift up the nearby and under them you will find a Little Bunch of pebbles bound together by silk in among these is a Small silk in which the worm were it not for pebbles attached to it the cd Dice Worms Home would go sailing Down the As an extra precaution he fastens one end of the silk thread a Large Kindred general Thiebault says that at time when Napoleon was carrying out an operation which could Only be accomplished with absolute secrecy he Rode one Day to the head of a where he heard a Soldier say if i were general in chief i know what 1 should called what would you do the Soldier unfolded his it was the very one which Napoleon himself had cried the will you hold your Tongue after the Battle which had proved the Wisdom of the project he sought about for the Soldier whose mind had mirrored the Man was profit in Anci iut a gentle cum who was visiting one of the Public schools in a scotch town asked a Bright Locking boy what profit is Tutto in the study of ancient history about is i was the what the teacher in aus us Init the books from and arc have to pay i 1 think be gets them for is Pence so he Lias a Clear Prulia of is according to my Trust you have forgiven me for not recalling your name the other even although i remembered your face yes but my name is such a Plain one i should think you would have remembered it quite As at your Namo int half As Plain Pardon your face is much More aristocratic than mean to say that your name is harder colds and few people realize when taking cough medicines other than Foley Honey and that they contain Oates which Are const Pating besides being particularly for Foley Honey and tar contains no is Safe and sure and will not 50 years experience Marks designs copyrights most fluency in taken the Ouirt Munn a receive special without in the scientific Fli Wrbican Cir a handsomely nine Tantod dilution of any Clont attn year Lour Al Sowby All Branch 625 v 8u new York at present the pest sight ii is Otar Feock of Holit qood5 we Are proud of our bargains Tor christinas we have two stores and bought in by quantities the gain is we have about 25 dinner sets to select All 50 cent Beds for the 5 doll is a our display of China is unexcelled in Quantity or we have a Large variety of fancy Iron go carts and Best line of cheap books in our dishes Are guaranteed against and any pieces that set broken can be replaced at any we want to show you wont von let us come in before buying ii Snyders 5 10 Chat store in room formerly occupied by i i i i ii t to All our patrons and friends heartily wish a Feldern Chris Mae and a Crew we Hope to see you often at Cash bargain Turner kh3hh i i 1 1 1 i i z were flaking hundreds of people if you want to join our Circle you can do so by coming to our store and buying a pair of or Fine slippers Lor your child or or even yourself for for men Are the most unto Date shoes Ever shown in and the John Kelly shoes for ladies has no equal for fit and they Are the Best Money can and Faseno Yeats shoe l Ott fall and Winter goods in endless hisses and Chil Drens jacket skirts and silk shirt our garments Are finely in dress goods and Waist we All the new weaves and colors Are boys and childrens suits and we carry the Argest Stock in the Otto goods Are bought and sold at the right and they always give our stores Are Complete furnishing hats and shoes and Wall paper and and flour and Standard sewing popular Good Luck stoves and patrons Sun proof Pillsbury Best our meat markets Are always stocked with the Best of All kinds in the Fairmount store Foley kidney cure makes kidneys bladder Banner Salvet the most Healing Salvo in the every woman pennyroyal pills they Are Safe and certain in the genuine peals Dover

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