Dillsboro, IN: The Dillsboro Sanitarium, . An advertising booklet for the Dillsboro Sanitarium, a health resort, established in 1912 that used mineral springs to cure a variety of ailments. On of their advertised 'secret of out treatment' was elimination, as the mineral water had laxative properties. This particular side effect of mineral water means that it was a sulfur spring. The booklet features seven (7) black and white printed photographs of the resort and grounds. At the end of the booklet there is a lists of their rates and a time table for the local trains stopping in Dillsboro. 16 pages. Printed wrappers. Staple binding. Measures 6" x 3 1/2" Age toning. Minor foxing. Small tear on bottom of front cover. Corrections to the times have been made in pen on the back cover.