Orders for Mrs. Eddy's Works should be addressed to and remittances therefor made payable to Harry I. Hunt, Publishers' Agent, 107 Falmouth Street, Back Bay Station, Boston, Massachusetts.

In common with the rise in costs of manufacture in other industries, the cost of materials and labor in the manufacture of books, as well as of their packing and shipping, has increased so greatly since 1916 that some of Mrs. Eddy's Works for a long time have been selling at a loss. No increase in prices has been made, it being expected that the gradual lowering of manufacturing and shipping costs, generally hoped for, would obviate the necessity of advancing the prices of certain books.

Now, however, as there is no immediate prospect of any decrease in the costs of manufacture or of shipping, the following increased prices have been adopted:

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