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ECZEMA.

Cured After Ten Tears' Suffering. Nothing spoils a good disposition quicker. Nothing taxes a man's patience Like any irritation of the skin. Piles almost drive you mad; All day they make you miserable, All night they keep you awake, Just the same with Eczema. But, such miseries are daily decreasing, People are learning they can be cured. Learning the merit of Doan's Ointment, Plenty of proof that Doan's Ointment will cure, Piles, Eczema, or any irritation of the skin. Read the following testimony:— Mr Charles Bishoprick, Schoolmaster, Te Puke, Auckland, writes:—"For over ten years I suffered from pruritis (a distressing form of Eczema) I spent a great deal of money on medicines, lotions, etc., and also had advice from specialists, but all to no purpose. Sometime ago my wife prevailed on mc to try Doan's Ointment, and I procured three boxes. One box gave mc great relief, and before I had finished the second box, I was completely cured, the thiid box I have by mc still unused. This was more than twelve months ago, but before writing to let you know, I thought, it better to wait until I was sure whether the cure were permanent or temporary. 1 am happy to say that I have npt had a sign of my old complaint, so must consider my cure a permanent one. You can make what use you like of this testimonial." Doan's Ointment is a specific for Eczema, and every other torturing skin irritation. It is perfectly safe and very fffective, and very often two or three boxes will cure chronic cases which have resisted other remedies for years. Doan's Ointment is sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 3/ per pot, or will be posted on receipt of price by FosterMcClella n .Co., 76, Pitt-street, Sydney. But be sure you get DOAN'S.

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ECZEMA. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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