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Eight Months' Fearful Leg Ulcer,

Limb Saved by Zam Buk,

As the outcome of a simple accident—a knock on tho leg—Mr. W. E, Brown, of Durham Street, Aukland.N Z,, was crippled with fie h eatiug ulceis for eight months, Tell, ing how the limb was made quite Btrong and sound by Zamßnk's healing, Mr. Brown sa ,y S; —"Through knocking my left leg against the edga of a box, I one day burst a varicose vein. A blood stream gushed out, and it.was some time before I could stop the outflow. Soon afterwards the wound became angry.looking and ulcerous, and caused great pain. "I la ! d ur and rested the limb, but it was no use, for the bad place got worse and worse, and terribly inflamed. Then the treatments of a medical man was tried, but it failed to bring any irunrovement. For eight months I was in feariul torment. The inflatnmatioD spread, the ulceis got deeper and bigger, und the leg was swollen enormously. "Ihad often heard of Zunrliuk so at last I decided to try it. I experienced splendid ease almost as I used the balm. Zam Buk soothed away the pain, greatiy reduced the anu caused the leg to have a much better appearance. Then further use of Zam. liuk thourougbly cleansed the ulcerated places and began to heal them, "Zam-Buk soon made the leg quite sound, btrur.g and supple again, and I am now back it woik " For the treatment of every day ekin sores, flesh v unds and inju ies, Zam Buk is an •iver uady bealer. It is also excellent ior oad legs, eczraa, poisoned wounds, running oores, ucertf. piles Eora, aching feet, .ring norms, etc. of all stores and chemists.

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BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4365, 20 January 1914

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BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4365, 20 January 1914

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