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ARK TVKFN FN NF.GLECTTNG ANV FORM OF SKIN TROUBLE. .\>:y person takes serious chances who neglects any sign of skin disease, for skin troubles have a tendency to spread, and thei-e is also the danger of becoming chronic, besides being very difficult to cure. The snfosh remedy ti Drum's Ointment. In using it there is no detention from daily occupation, and the ninny cures made by it havo made it famous all over the world. Mr Robert Telfer, 10 Bridgeman street, St.. Kilda, Dunedin, says:—" I used Doan's Ointment for Eczema, and it cured me. 'I'll" K.Z'Mu.i was on my leg. and, though I used several remedies, it. defied all treatment, until I obtained Doan's Ointment at Marshall's Pharmacy. This remedy stopped the. irritation immediately I applied it. It is a splendid Ointment, and sufferers should lose no time in giving it a trial." Mr Teller confirms the above:—'" I havo been quite free of Eczema since Doan's Ointment cured me ten years ago. I need s.iv no more, my lasting cure speaks fin- it-off." Doan's Ointaient is excellent for Eczema. Piles, Hives, Sores, Trisect Bites, Chilblains, and every torturing skin irritation. Then don't go on suffering, but get this remedy to-day. Doan's Ointment is sold by all chemists and storekeepers, at '.' per pot. or will be posted on recoifit of price bv FosterMrCHlan Co., 76 Pitt street, Sydney. But, be sure you get, DOAN'S. —[Advt.]

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SERIOUS CHANCES, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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SERIOUS CHANCES Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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