Moleire*Thermo Electric Bath for
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These are the latest and very best measures for combatting these serious
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THE GLEN SPRINGS
A Health Resort
and Hotel of the
A MOST complete and
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Persons suffer i n g
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are not received at
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THE Glen Springs grounds comprise about sixty acres of private
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The Slain Building is a large stonc-and-brick structure, supplied
with the best modern hotel conveniences. A "handsome Annex is
connected with the Main Building by a glass corridor, or solarimu,
which affords ample space for exercise in stormy weather.
There are five springs: The Seneca Spring, ilowing 100,000 gallons,
daily, of deliciously cool pure water, is used for general domestic pur-
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character with the famous German brine springs of Nauheim, Rehme,
and Jaxtfeldt. The Deer Lick Spring, which contains, besides sodium
chloride, iron, iodine and bromine, possesses excellent tonic, alterative,
diuretic, and mildly-aperient qualities. The water of Vulcan Spring
is closely related to that of the famous Kissingen Spa, and the Salubria
Spring belongs to the class of Muriated Alkaline Springs, and ranks
with many of the best German spas.
There is no more delightful health and pleasure resort. Golf links
WILLIAM E. LEFFINGWELL, President
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The CLIFTON SPRINGS
FOUNDED 1850, by the late Henry
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Clifton Springs is the annual meeting
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Address: CLIFTON SPRINGS, N. Y.
JO minutes from New York City
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