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The mind can heal. Whether the mind can heal alone is not the point. The mind can heal. And without the help of the mind, there can be no permanent healing. But what must the mind do to help? What must you say, think; what acts must you perform? Tons have been written on the mind's power to heal or assist in healing. Very little of what has been written is clear. The ordinary man or woman cannot understand it. A growing confusion has been the result. Now comes this book, SELF HEALING SIMPLIFIED, by George L. Perin. It is the fruit of personal experience, of contact with thousands of lives. Dr. Perin was founder and head head of the Franklin Square Home-Hotel for Girls and Women, in Boston. All over America are people whom he has helped to get well. There is literally no person living whom he cannot help with this book. Get SIMPLISELF HEALING FIED. Read it and do the simple things it tells you to do

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By George L. Perin

At All Booksellers

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MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. By Cora Wilson Stewart. E. P. Dutton & Co., New York.


The story of the attempt to teach adult illiterates how to read and write, beginning in Kentucky and spreading to other States, is told in this book simply but with an eloquence that stirs the emotions. The photographs and letters of the pupils, some of them old men and women, who attended the "moonlight schools" after their day's work was done and mastered the rudiments of their subject, are altogether unusual and make an American proud of his race.



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HOSE who have been longing for the good old days may find them in Chillicothe, Missouri.

The high-speed living of the past forty years-building up centers of population around railway terminals, making dollars grow in the deserts, changing our ideas of distance-has had its definite advantages. It has brought us better clothes, more material comforts, a wider sophistication; but until recently there has been felt the loss of neighborliness, good fellowship, and independence that obtained in the days when commerce was over the turnpike.

In the early development of this country cities prospered which were located at the head of navigation or were situated on main highways, such as the Boston Post Road; but when steel rails began to span the continent population had to follow them or be left out of the tide of events. The very life of a town depended on its ability to connect with some big railway system. Hundreds of communities were necessarily unable to accomplish this ambition and dwindled away. The turnpike lost its significance. The rattling buggy and creaking farm wagon were unable to keep up with the swift pace of progress set by the roaring locomotive.

Near the beginning of the twentieth century, however, there came a new instrument into human affairs whose effect on the lives and happiness of the average man is just beginning to be realized. This instrument was the motor vehicle. Twenty years ago there were less than thirty thousand of these contraptions snorting around the country, scaring horses and increasing the use of vivid Vocabularies. To-day there are over ten million motor cars and trucks on the roads, or an average of one to every ten persons.

Sinclair Lewis in "Main Street" and "Babbitt" has indicated how intensively the automobile has permeated the conversation and the living of the average American citizen. Babbitt finds in his car an outlet for creative desires, a sense of release, a matter of pride. Others have discussed what the car and truck have meant to the farm population, or again how it has developed suburban life, or yet again its effect on the recreation and business possibilities of the individual.

But Chillicothe, Missouri, exemplifies in a striking way the effect of motor transport upon the town.

Chillicothe calls itself the "Highway City." It has in a sense returned to the old-time characteristics of the turnpike town. There are railways there, but the outstanding feature of its life and growth is its location on twenty-eight highways, eleven of which are National thoroughfares.

The growth of Chillicothe in the past twenty years has been not so much in terms of population as in the well-being

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How a Trust Company Safeguards Estates and Trusts


HE care of an estate or trust is essentially a service of protection. The safeguards with which the modern trust company surrounds the administration of estates and trusts include:

RESPONSIBILITY: The trust company is financially responsible. EXPERIENCE: Every step by the trust company is taken in the light of long experience in trust matters. SYSTEM: Accurate accounting is the backbone of estate administration. A trust company keeps estate records with the same accuracy that it accords to banking operations. CONTINUED EXISTENCE: The individual

named as executor may die. A corporation has unlimited existence, and is always ready and competent to act. JUDGMENT: The directors and officers of a trust company, through the general transaction of their business, are exceptionally equipped to invest funds and handle business matters. SUPERVISION: Trust companies are under the supervision of State Banking Departments and subject to rigid laws governing their operation.

By appointing a trust company. as your executor and trustee every safeguard provided by that highly developed organization will be utilized in the protection of your estate.

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of its individual citizens. Bank deposits in the city have increased from $2,860,000 in 1917 to $4,000,000 in 1921.

It is a city of complete material wellbeing, as with a population of 10,000 there are 2,000 homes owned by individual families. In the current year $2,000,000 is being spent in private building and public works projects, the largest amount that has ever been spent in one year for the development of the city. The growth of motor transportation has demanded the building of a new hotel and has stimulated the remodeling and building up of the main business streets of the city.

Among the developments of the last decade are a new court-house erected in 1914, a Federal building completed in 1916, and a modern theater constructed in 1920.

The town has 14 churches, 2 daily papers, 15 school buildings, 2 modern hospitals, and a municipally owned water and light plant.

Chillicothe is the home of 300 traveling salesmen, who find it a convenient location, as the city is on the highway between Chicago and Kansas City, between Omaha and St. Louis, and between Minneapolis on the north and the highway to New Orleans on the south. Two through routes from coast to coast pass through the streets of Chillicothe which have twenty-five miles of paved surfaces.

Chillicothe, as an example of the small city of the new age, indicates how the advantages of urban life may be secured without its accompanying congestion and high rents. When the only means of swift modern transportation was the railway, it became necessary for the man who wanted city life to move into town and stay there, but to-day motor transport enables a man ten and twenty miles out of town to drive in for his shopping and entertainment without sacrificing the freedom and spaciousness of rural conditions.

We are, then, going forward into yesterday, a yesterday which saw a high degree of civilization in small groups of population, a yesterday of lower rents, with house and land for every family. Coupled with that yesterday are the advantages of to-day-the swifter means of locomotion, improved school buildings, all the comforts of modern life. We are achieving again the spirit of the old New England township, augmented, however, by the conveniences and satisfactions of the new age.

Chillicothe, indeed, is but one example of the effect of highways on the standard of living. Professor C. J. Galpin, now of the United States Department of Agriculture, when at the University of Wisconsin made some illuminating studies of rural life in relation to roads. His investigation showed that around an average trading center there is usually a country population as large as or larger than the number of persons living in the town itself. Where good roads exist, it becomes clear, then, that a city of 10,000 can offer the advantages of a center of

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These Wisconsin studies, which were undertaken before the present development of motor transportation, showed that the number of children attending high school was closely related to road conditions in a given community. They indicated that these same conditions affected other contacts with the outside world. A list was made of twenty institutions, such as the Baptist Church, the Methodist Church, the Women's Club, the I. O. O. F., and the Grange. Each family in this county was queried as to whether it belonged to any, and how many, of the twenty institutions. It was found that the nearer one got to the town, the greater was the number of associations to which the average family belonged. Conversely, those living farther out had fewer contacts, and many families were found on the back roads who did not belong to one institution. This is the type of isolation which modern motor transportation is breaking down.

Perhaps the most valuable element in the life of yesterday was its independence. The community and the individual were relatively self-sufficient; both controlled their own transportation. We are coming to that state again today. The county may not be on the main highway, but it can readily build a road to connect with some main highway. Through this connection it is put in touch with the activity of the rest of the world. It has an outlet for its goods. It is assured of a tie-up with some main railway terminal. It has in effect created a spur-line route to its own front door.

So rapidly has the machine age de veloped that the question has often arisen whether man's own inventiveness might not be destroying him. Could he stand the pace of an industrial center? Would machinery result in the centralized control, stamping out the individual? There have been these dangerous tendencies, but there has also been an element of release from hard labor and saving of time in the progress of modern invention. Perhaps foremost on the social side has been the social influence of motor transportation eloquently attested by the two thousand individually owned homes of Chillicothe.

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HE beauty of your Face Brick home will be a source of never ending satisfaction to you. And when your children pass it on to your grandchildren its original beauty will only have been mel lowed with the richness of age. A Face Brick house is a family legacy, becoming richer in traditions in each succeeding generation.

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"Face Brick Bungalow and Small House Plans" are issued in four booklets, showing 3 to 4-room houses, 5-room houses, 6-room houses and 7 to 8-room houses, in all ninety-six, each reversible with a different exterior design. These designs are unusual and distinctive, combined with convenient interiors and economical construction. The entire set for one dollar. Any one of the booklets, 25 cents, preferably in stamps.

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Hotels and Resorts


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Later sailings and shorter tours.

Write for information to

15 Boyd Street, Newton, Mass.
an organizer of a small party. Established 1900.
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Leaving New York Jan. 6, 1923

Not a cruise but a real visit into
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A high-grade tour under efficient cul-
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Arrangements made for any portion
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THE beauty, fascination, and mystery of the Orient lures visitors from all over the world to


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January 17-June 29 Harmonizes travel and study. Rome, Florence, Paris, London, Edinburgh. References required. Price includes travel, chaperonage, instruction in language, literature, art, music and history. Write for Miss HELEN UFFORD, Director, Park Avenue Hotel, cor. Park Ave. and 32d St., New York City, or to

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Hotels and Resorts


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Washington, Conn.

a country place of about 8 acres, situated in
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on the Gulf of Mexico, facing Pine Island Sound. 5-room modern cottage, all conveniences, servant quarters, etc. Private dock. Fishing and bathing. 6-acre tract, including 5-acre grapefruit and orange grove. Bargain. Address J. Sanchez U., Captiva, Lee Co., Fla.

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6 miles Pinehurst, modern 6-room bungalow.
Bath, furnace, electricity, detached servants
Address E.H.Roberts, Titusville, Pa.
quarters. A



Winter Homes

For Sale and
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house with four acres of beautiful improved grounds, located in most desirable part of Camden, near golf links. Suitable for private home, school, or hotel. Address Henry Savage, Camden, S. C.


AUTOMOBILE OWNERS, garagemen, mechanics, send today for free copy of this month's issue. It contains helpful, instructive information on overhauling, ignition troubles, wiring, carburetors, storage batteries, etc. Over 120 pages, illustrated. Seud for free copy today. Automobile Digest, 527 Butler Building, Cincinnati.


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DIRECTORY for secretaries and social workers. Miss Richards, Providence, R. I, Box 5 East Side. Boston office, Trinity Court. Fridays 11 to 1. Address Providence.


CHRISTMAS stocking boxes. Send $1.00 for ten toys for your child's stocking. Santa Claus Wonder Balls of ten miniature toys, $1.25. Kindermart, 1613 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. Two styles-boys and girls. The


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