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GIRL COVERED WITH SORES.

—~ .» Jam Buk Made Skin Quite Cleak and Hbamht.

Parents cannot faavo a much greater trial in of witnessing the agony and disfigurelt of children who are /n the grip of soma

Ito turing fkin disease. Zarn. Buk has cured iiiiidreils uf cases similar to the I llowing, nd brought forth striking expcoesioiH of ratitude from parents. Mid Ann ; e Hayes, 495 Boundary 8 reel, "ring Hil', Brisbane, saja :—" My lit le girl r.v α-fd '2, recen ly troke out in itchy cores Jl over her amu and logj, ani a'EO on the ''ice and upper parts c>C th- body " The child stiff re 1 dreadful/ with the constant pain and irritation, and I o Ido't >eep lie hands away f;oin icatching nt lie l):id paces, Asa rtsjlt Ib tore be.'ume nore irflam.d, arid mc eiHid in size until ornn q ie ag lari;fi as tsvo sh-Hinp s. Iv my endea"nur to ea c the child's suffering I tried i lmost everything tlia , I knew of, but the usual ointments a d Ealves 3 etned quite power ts; to biing relief. 'Then I hen d about Zim LSuk and tot c. jot. The first few dreaarg? of iha balm ihe child's wonderfully, and repealed • ppioitions thoroughly cleansed the sores•nd caused the LealiDg to s'art "1 only used Z an,Buk for a little more »han a week, but in that short time every one if the Rorts was cleared away. Now the child's fits!) is firm and her skin quite clear iiiJ hetJ.hy again, We «re never without. ■ rot of ZiinnUiik in t! c house now " Z .tn Buk i 3 ready for immediate He, and it hlivi's !;e ps i's remarki.Llp "''Otbir.g, antiseptic, nr d hea'ing po.ver. Z in D,ik i» excellent for bad legs, sore feet, piles, ringwoinvj, p (ironed wounds cliy ras-h, insect bites, heitt swelling-!, cuts iruisrs. spr»iiti3, etc. 1/C an 1 3/C of all stores and chemists.

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GIRL COVERED WITH SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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GIRL COVERED WITH SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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