National Geographic : 1921 Jan
The Great American Heart A prominent woman going thru one of our great steel mills remarked, "Human hearts made all this; human hearts make it go." Be hind all American energy, mental and physical, is the steady pumping of the great American Heart, achieving American progress and suc cess. Americans give too little thought to their hu man engine-overwork it-neglect it. The cheapest automobile gets more attention. No wonder 10,682 deaths during 1919 in New York City alone were due to heart disorders. Play fair with your heart. getic years to your life. Add happy ener- In this connection THE GLEN SPRINGS WATKINS GLEN, N. Y., ON SENECA LAKE WILLIAM E. LEFFINGWELL, President The Pioneer American "Cure" for Heart Disorders Its mission is to give intelligent rest-make fit and keep fit your human machine - and espe cially its engine, the American heart. The medical world recognizes this ability of Glen Springs. Its Nauheim Baths, chemical and X-Ray laboratories and scientific treat ments, under the direction of physicians, are particularly adapted to heart disease, circula tory, kidney, nutritional and nervous disorders, rheumatism, gout, and obesity. It is the only place in America where the Nauheim Baths for heart and circulatory disorders are given with a natural, calcium chloride brine. Situated in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State. Clear, dry, invigorating atmosphere. Every comfort for you and your family. Open all year, but Winter, with ele ments of oppressive weather absent, is espe cially appealing. Illustrated booklets with detailed in formation will be sent on request THE AJAX EYELET FASTENER BINDS PAPERS QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY It Saves Time by Punch ing the Hole, Feeding the Eyelet and Clinching It in One Operation. Drop the eyelets into the magazine and go right ahead. Order from your stationer or direct. Write for our catalogue of office tools e m mi i MACHINE APPLIANCE CORPORATION 353 Jay Street Brooklyn, N. Y. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"