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POISONED LEG FROM SCRATCH.

+. 8 YEAR OLD WOUND THAT INFLAMED

THE WHOLE LIMB,

ZiMBUK ALONE EOOTHED AND

HEALED

A dreadful poisoned leg, caused through Itooklng dye getting into a scratch, crippled Mrs T, Soanlon for three years. She could not Bleep at night for pain. Doctor's and hospital treatment had failed her, and again it Was only the wonderful healing of Zam Buk that brought a oompleto oure. Mrs. Sconlon, who 1 yes at b.ht Terrace. South* wark Adelaide, ays:—"Some three years ago I Bcratflhod my leg and stocking dye getting into the wound caused blood poifbri to ltd in, The irritation was intense, nnd the |

inH*mm.>tion spread up my leg. I could not sleep at night on account of the awful pain, and at last placed myself under the care of a medical man. who advised poult'cing. I did r.of derive any benefit from his treatment. "Then I amended as n outdoor patient at tha Hospital. Here also I did not get any re'itf was recommended at Inst to use i am Buk, and obtained much eaEe from the fi>-st two or three applications. Zcim Bnk banished the burning and throbbing sensa*, tions in a wouderful manner, and cooled my leg splendidly. When Zam Buk had cleansed the wound of all impurities and freed me from pafn, it set up a healing proces', I per severed using Zam Buk until my leg was completely cured and made well again." '•No household should ever be without a pot of Ram Buk always handy." Zim Buk is always ready for immediate use, and it alwayß keeps its remarkable soothing, antiseptic, ar>d hea'ing power. Zam Buk is exoellent for bad legs, sore feet, nlcero, piles, ringworms, poi.-oned woudds, i cby mb, insect bites, heat swellings, cuts, bruises, spraina, eto. J/6 and 3/6 of all stores and chemists.

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POISONED LEG FROM SCRATCH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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POISONED LEG FROM SCRATCH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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