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BUSHNELL, ILL, Nov. 9, 1898. FRED. W. STEWART, Oswego, N. Y.
Dear Sir:-I find your Gypsy Pile Ointment that is claimed for it. I have been using it in practice for over four years, I cannot call to mind a single instance wherein it has disappointed one. You will find enclosed one dollar, please send me amount in your Pile Ointment, and oblige,
R. A. PINKLEY, M. D.
CYNTHIANA, IND., Oct. 80, 1898.
Dear Sir:-Find enclosed money order for seventyfive cents, for which please send me that much of your celebrated Pile Ointment. I have used three or four boxes of it, and it does as much, and more than you recommend. I have cured two or three cases of piles of long standing, which had been doctored for years with no success. Please send at once.
Respectfully, L. R. ALLEN, M. D.
EDINBURG, MISS., Jan. 9, 1898.
FRED. W. STEWART, Oswego, N. Y.
Dear Sir:-Enclosed find postal note for one dollar for which you will please send me the worth in your valuable Pile Ointment. I find it the best thing I have ever tried, and good for more things than Hemor rhoids. Send by mail at your very earliest conveni. ence, and oblige,
Yours truly, W. T. HUTCHINS, M. D.
EAST JAFFREY, N. H., March 29, 1893, FRED. W. STEWART, Oswego, N. Y.
Dear Sir:-Some half dozen years ago, more or less, I bought quite a lot of Stewart's Gypsy Pile Ointment of you; if you still prepare it, please send me four boxes. I have retired from practice, but occasionally want to use some. I regard it as the best Pile Ointment I have ever used, in a practice of more than forty years. Yours truly, O. H. BRADLEY, M. D.
NOTICE.-I will send a sample box of the ointment free, to any physician writing for same and mentioning MEDICAL WORLD.
I have hundreds of letters from physicians, besides the above, speaking just as highly in its praise. Postage or express charges always prepaid by me. Phy sicians not wishing to send for it themselves should insist on their druggist sending for it. Tell them I prepay all charges.
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BROOKLYN, N. Y., January 23, 1894. NORWICH PHARMACAL CO., Norwich, N. Y.
GENTLEMEN:-I really owe you an apology for not sooner communicating to you the result achieved by me with Unguentine. I was obliged to use the entire box in the case of a lady who badly burned one hand and arm, the injury extending above the elbow. I saw the case three days after the wounds had been ignorantly dressed, and the entire superficial area of hand and arm was one foul smelling aggregation of discrete and concrete ulcers, foetid in the extreme and beginning to lough. After careful washing with warm water, Unguentine was applied on sections of old linen, each section about six inches long and two inches wide, strips of this conformation enabling me to secure contact at all points for the Unguentine. Then a broad roller bandage was used to envelop the smeared sections. This operation was repeated every third day, and in twelve days the arm was wel, without a slough, without car tissue, without contraction, and presenting a new pink akin that I regarded as a surgical triumph. The foetor disappeared after the second application and the pain also.
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