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Eczema or Irritation of the Skin.

Nothing spoils a good disposition quicker, Nothing taxes a man's patience, Like an irritation of the skin. Piles almrsfc drive you crazy, All day they make you miserable, All night they keep you awake. Just the same with eczema. Such miseries are daily decreasing; People are learning they can be cured ; Learning the merit of Doan's Ointment. Plenty of proof that Doan'a Ointment will cure Piles, eczema, or any irritation of the skin. Head the testimony of an Ashbnrton citizen. Mrs James, Cambridge Street, Harapstead, this town, says :—" I can recommend Doan's Ointment as a splendid household remedy. I have used it many times for cuts and sores, and am mo3t pleased with the results. It is the best preparation for healing that I have ever come across. I obtained it at the Ashbnrton Drug Company's Store." - Doan's Ointment is splendid in all diseases of the skin, eczema, pile?, hives, insect bites, sores, chilblains, etc. It is perfectly safe and very effective. Very often two or three pots have completely cured chronic cases, which h>ive resisted otlior remedies for years. Doan's Ointment ia sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 3a per box (six boxes 16s 6d) or will be posted on receipt of price by Foster, McClellan Co., 76 I'ifcfc Street, ■Sydney, N.S.W. But be sure it is Doan's.

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Eezema or Irritation of the Skin., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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Eezema or Irritation of the Skin. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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