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SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TEN ER FEET.

USED TO CRY OUT WITH THE PAIN

Z.\M BUK HEALS, SOOTHES, AKD

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"After walking for some time I used to suffer from swollen and tender feet, which were very sore." eajs Mh C. E Driver, of 43 Donald street, Footsdray, Melbourne, "The burning and aching sensations caused me much suffering, and at times I used to cry out with the pain. I bathed them and tried all sorts of things to get relief, but no' thing eased the pain or leduced the swelling, However, I tried Zam Buk, and this excel lent balm soon drew out all the heat, healed ♦he Forpness, and reduced the swelling Zam Buk is indeed a wo iderful bairn fo g[ i»ve had any foot troubles since umrw I can walk about in oomfort, whe c I could not even bear a boot on. Zam Buk to be a us< fjl for cuts, bruises, aud sores, without a supply by us," br| not had not tried 7am a supply at once. A pot bandy ; it is a grrnd Sold by all chemists, and

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SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TEN ER FEET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TEN ER FEET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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