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SUFFERING CHILDREN.

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SUFFERING CHILDREN. It is a dreadful thing to see children suffer- ing still more dreadful when we do not know how to help them. Manv children are afflicted with eczema, shingles and other irritating and itching skin diseases, and it is indeed good news to know that there exists a safe and thorough cure for their troubles. Here is an example which, for children's sake, mothers will do well to follow:— Nearly six years after giving a testimonial for Doan's Ointment, Mrs. S. E. Cooper, 36, Carter-street, Goole, said :—" Doan's is a grand ointment for skin trouble. My little boy has keot quite free from skin irritation ever since we used the ointment. The following is the testimonial in which Mrs Cooper describes her son's case:—"I tried several kinds of ointment to give my little boy relief from the skin troubles he suf- fered with for many months, but none of them did any good. Doan's Ointment, however, has quite cured him it quickly eased the pain, and soon drove the trouble away. The poor little fellow was very bad before we started with Doan's Ointment. I can honestly recommend this splendid ointment, for I have proved its value. (Signed) S. Ethel Cooper." Why not obtain a sample and try Doan's Ointment? We will send you a free sample if you will send us (see below) your name, address, and a penny stamp to cover the cost of postage. Doan's Ointment is two shillings and nine- pence a pot (six pots thirteen shillings and ninepence). Of all chemists and stores, or post ree, on receipt of price, direct from Foster- g cLellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Be sure you get exactly the same kind of ointment- DOAN'S—that Mrs. Cooper used.

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