ihere is nothing more strengthenmg o the fset than salt. But bathing the 'eet in salt and water, however, is not nough. Put about a quart of warm not hot) water in a basin, and add a .ablespoonful of salt. Having first aoroughly washed the feet with warm water and soap, place them in the salt )ath fifteen or twenty minutes, then wipe dry. An occasional treatment of ais kind is very restful. but continued ersistently once a week at least, for everal months, it will be found that tve feet are not only restad, but trengthened.