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DANGEROUS SURGERY. Death follows the surgeon's knife; I not the surgeon's fault, of course, he can't help it. You can. Doan's oint- j ment cures Piles quickly, painlessly, | without danger. I'eopie go along for years suffering from Piles; they can j try this, that, and the other remedy, j and oven get treatment from a physician. ' They obtain, temporary reifef, maybe, but are never quite cured. A little strain in lifting, excessive fatigue, a little constipation, a touch of diarrhoea, and the Piles come bu/ck. They don't amount to much, but they 'banish sleep and appetite. No position is comfortable; there is intense local pain, and that dreadful feeling of weight in the perineum. If the. ease be of long standing, or if it be in the early stages, tlhei-e is only one Bure and lasting cure—Doan's Ointment. Mrs Chas. Shaw, 52 Ashley Street, Rangiora, near Christchurch, says :•— "I consider Doan's Ointment tho 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, and could get nothing to relieve me until I bought Dean's Ointment. After applying thi-s preparation for a day or so, the iiritation was a good deal legs, so I persevered until I was quite cured,. using in alt a.bout two pots. No ono knows how I suffered before I used Doaaa's Ointment. The irritation was simply awful. particularly at night and dnring tho warm weather. It is two years since I was cured, but I always keep this remedy in the house and use it occasionally, jtrat aa a preventative against any return." Two years later, Mrs Shaw says:— "I am still a .great-believer jn Doan'o Ointment. It cured me of Piles"' four years ago, and I nover suffer with this complaint now." Doan's Ointment is sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 3s per pot, or will be posted on receipt of ps«» by Foster-McOJeilan Co., 76 Pitt"' Street, Sydney. 'But, bo sure jwi get DOAN'S.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9604, 8 May 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9604, 8 May 1919

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