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BLOOD POISON AFTER SIMPLE MISHAPS.

NAIL-SCRATCH CAUSED BADLY FES 'JCKItEo HAND. 2HM-BUK HAVES KXl'KNSifi AND PAIN

oiijtticuuiy ma band againat a rusty nail And riKKiiioiiriu the injury brought disaster to Mr ftobttrt Wilson, anut nothing butZam-Buk goutd relieve hia pain, or overo me the nasty festering aad inflammation, Mr Wilton, who lives at G/een Lane, Hmeuro, Auokland, N. Z., says:-"For a Ion? time 1 suffered from a badly poisoned band, ami ail I*/ 'he pilot >ecom<ng horatahed by a ~„» j ...,! i ttioug >t 1 (tlo of the injury at fimt, but wivhin » or two I began to be MWM9 * hl »' my negleot bad landed me lot eerfaoi troablo,

" The injured place got hot and throbbiDg and began to fester, and the hand swelled up to Biioh an extent that I feared the inflammation was going to spread into my arm, too, I went to the chemist, who supplied me with n lotion for the wound, but, instead of bringing me relief, it caused the hand to heooma decidedly worse, and I began to have grave concern ac to how the matter would end up. " I had decided to call in a doctor, when a neighbour brought us a pot of Zam Buk for me to try. I decided to use this before going to any further expenße, and the result fully justified my neighbours good opinion of Zam Buk. Even the first dressings of bam brought me remarkable ease, by soothing the pain and cooling the hot wound. I was so relieved lhat I go', enothet pot and <kept on •ippl.yjnK regular dres?int;s of Zim Buk Before ihi* second pot was finished all the feptering and swelling had completely disappni red nnd the injury was healed up per fict'y. Now the hand is quite stroDg and 8( unci npai", Znm Btik, besides being the recognised rmmdy for eczema, bad 1(-rs, poisoned wour.dp, scalp sores and ulcers, is a perfect he'ler for outs, bru ses, btrns, scalds and other injuries. You cannot afford to be without Zamßuk. Of all chemists and storekeepers, 1/6 and 3/6.

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BLOOD POISON AFTER SIMPLE MISHAPS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 18 November 1913

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BLOOD POISON AFTER SIMPLE MISHAPS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 18 November 1913

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