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For Skin Souks And Injobiei. TSvbry Home Needs Zah.Buk, ! . The golden rule for every home is: , |'Keep Zam'Buk always bandy." Whethor 1 it be a bruised forehead, trapped fingor, r grazed kDeß.ecaldnd foot, cut bend or sprain- ' ed ankle, Zam.Buk sootha away smarting pain, prevents the injury from taking ',bad 3 ways," and ensures quick.healthy healing ? MrH M. Drury, Banelagh Street., Adeliade, says:—"My eon Arthur upset a cup of hot tea over hia_ foot when he was quite young. The flesh being so tender was fearfully scalded, f and for three months the boy was in a shock j jng state. A nasty sore formed which seem. y edtobe eating into the fleebs All efforts to bring the child relief were ineffective until we tried Zamßuk. This balm prored remark. ' ably soothing, and it soon caused the maSg |

of inflamation to leave the Bcrea.. Aβ we per. severed with it, Zam Buk besan to heal the bad places, great progress being noticeable every dny. Continued (reatment with ZaraBuk eventually healed the foot comjletely." . Mrs J. Fryer, of lSßarcom Place, Darling- , hurst. Sydney, gayf.—"While i»y hmfcnnd was chopping a. piece of wood the axe slipped, cutting deeply into his foot The big too was nearly severed, and he suiiered terrible p»in ■ from'lhe injory. Bfinsjaway in the=count'y 1 far from medical nid we had to treat tue wounds onrjelves. W« batbfd <hn injury ' with wnrm water, nnd then "pplie'l Zani Buk Thia fxcf-llent haim ipon tock away all the ■ pain and. prevr-nted Ferinus complications We carried ouy the Znnußnk irfatment until his foot was completely heiiled." Znm-Buk ends the worst ceses of Eczf mn, Inflamod Pimples, Bash and Soalp Sores; also ! Bad LePB, Ulcers, Di eased ankles, Pilos, [ Festered Snvee, Cuts, f'utnp, Sca'ps, Swellings, Stiff Joints, and'Bheumatism. In fact. ' Zaiii'Butc i 3 co invaluable as an allronrd healer tlist no fAtnUy can afimd to be with- : out it. Off all eh mists and stores, 2/6 and 3/6p : rpo«.

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THE PERFECT HOME HEALER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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THE PERFECT HOME HEALER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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