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Wonderful Double Cure by Zam-Buk

Zim Buk is daily demonstrating its ixcell ance as a family remedy by caring tbo most obstinate cases of sUn disease a d inflamed sores, Two splendid triumphs for Zam Buk healing have just been revealed by Mrs. H. Berry, of Ruth Street. Perth, W.A. "My husband," Mrs Berry says, "was oaused great pain and disfigurement by an outbreak of of itchy eruption on his face. The disease, a kind of eczema, first appeared in little blist* which burst into running sores. Every effort to get rid of the trouble was fruitless until my husband happened to get a pot o' Zam-Buk,

"The balm brought him splendid relief The painful irritation stopped with the first applications, and as he persevered with it, Zam Buk cleared away every eruption and left dis skin quite clean and healthy.

"I also have Zam-Buk to thank for curing me of a bad leg. Following a mild attack of fever, the limb suddenly broke out into inflamed sores. I was alarmed, for it looked more Jike blood poison than anything else. Remembering our previous experience, I got another pot of Zim Buk, Regular applications of Zam Buk eased and cooled the leg splendidly, and soon put an end to the inflamed condition. I continued to apply Zam Buk until the sores were thoroughly healed and the limb made quite sound and strong •gain. The*e cures have caused us to think the world of Zam-Buk, and now we wouldn't be without it for anything," Zim Buk is always ready for immediate use', and it always keeps its remarkable soothing, antiseptic, and hea'ing power, Zam-Buk 13 excellent for bad legs, sore feet, ulcer?, piles, ringworms, poisoned wounds, icliy rash, inseot bites, heat swellings, cuts, bruises, sprains, etc. 1/6 and 3/6 of all stores f.nd chemists.

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HUSBAND'S SKIN TORTURE AND WIFE'S LEG SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914

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HUSBAND'S SKIN TORTURE AND WIFE'S LEG SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914

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