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I HOW TO TAKE CORNS OUT SO THEY NEVER COME BACK. You simply use saltrated water, which docs the trick for us soldiers every time, and also cures bunions, aching, I tenderness, blisters, chilblains, or even rheumatic and gouty pains" âsays ¡ Sergt. C. S. TURNER, R.A.M.C. Cutting the top of a corn off witk a I razor or burning it off with caustic lotions, plasters, etc., doesn't do any I good- The root just sprouts right up again, and soon your corn has a brand new top on it, bigger than ever. The top is only dead skin anyway. The business end of a corn is the little pointed part, or core, that extends down into the toe. That is what hurts when it presses on sensitive nerves, and it ie the part you have to get out. Cutting the top off an aching tooth wouldn't stop the ache. Same wav with a corn. Don't worry about the top. Get the root out per- manently by using a good big handful of Reudel bath saltrates (you can get a half-pound at slight cost from any chemist) discolved in a gallon or so of hot water. Just soak your feet in this for fifteen or twenty minutes, then take hold of the corn with your fingers, and out she'll come root and all, like the hull comes out of a strawberry. Only a little hole or depression is left in the toe, and that soon closes, eo there is nothing left in there to sprout a new corn again. It doesn't affect the surrounding flesh at all, but soon softens the whole of the corn. No burning or soreness, no pain n4 danger, nib trouble, and no days of waiting to see whether that old corn is going to leave for good or come back to stay with you a while longer. Soften callouses the same way, then scrape off, and I don't dare tell you how quick this medicated water, made with Reud-el Bath Saltrates, wiU always drive aches, chafes, blisters, etc., away and even cure rheu- matic or gouty pains. It would sound Wo good to be true but th<Hløan of a.,Idi=r, oan tell' what wonderful stuff saltrated ] water is. C. S. T. I

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