from becoming offensive.  The following will cure any case:  “A few grains permanganate of potash dissolved in a quart of tepid or warm water–bathe the soles of the feet a few minutes–take them out and let them dry; then sprinkle over the bottoms and between the toes a little hyperclodium.  Apply this prescription twice a week for two months, and once a month afterwards, until entirely cured.

Rating 3.00 out of 5

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