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PILES.

Piles rarely kill, but they cause constant torture. This is especially: true in the case oi those who, are ever V,p ■« slightly constipated. Piles can be | quickly and permanently cured, without pain, cutting, or detention from business. This has been proved in thousands of cases in both sexes, and of all (ages, and in the very worst as well as \in ordinary cases. No one who has not .suffered the torments of Itching, Pain(ful, and Bleeding Piles can appreciate j for a moment the'marvellous .sense of 'relief that follows the Use of Doan's Ointment. Go at once and get a pot of this Ointment; it-will end your ferings.Mrs Chas. Shaw, 52 Ashley Street, Rangiora, Christchurch, says:—"l consider Doan's Ointment the best remedy known for curing Piles, 'and I do not speak from hearsay, but from personal experience. For years I was tortured with : this complaint, j and could get nothing to relieve me, until I bought Doan's Ointment. After applying this preparation for a day or so, the irritation was a good deal less, so I persevered until I was quite cured, using in all about two pots. No one knows how I suffered before I used Doan's Ointment, the irritation was simply awful, particularly at. night, and-during the warm weather. It is two years since T was cured, but I always keep this remedy in the house and use it occasionally, just as a preve~itative against any return." No need for you to suffer with PilesThere is a safe and sure euro for every torturing skin .trouble—Piles, Eczema, Hives, Sores, Insect Bites, Chilblains, [etc., in Doan's Ointment.' Then get i this remedy to-day. " For sale by all chemists arid storekeepers at 3s per pot, or will be posted on receipt of nrico by Foster-McClellan Co., 76 Pitt Street, Sydney. But, be sure you get DOAN'S.

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PILES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8816, 12 March 1914

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PILES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8816, 12 March 1914

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