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CHILD'S TERRIBLE EOZEMA.

Leg 3 Badly* Affected

Zam Buk Heals Every Sore

Little George Bowden was badly crippled by running eczema, and could only be moved about on pillows. .His dieeaaa baftfed the horpital dooiors, and ordinary rem-dies (ailed to eveu obeck 'he painful sores. Zain Buk, however, astonisbed the pen nts byworking a speedy and rernarkabl cure.

Mra JE. Bowden, who lives at 62 Hose kS'.., Darlington, Sydney, said:—"For three months my son George suffered sevarely from a painful outbreak of eozema on hia legs. The disease crippled him, and he had to be moved about on pillows. We had th;i boy at the hospital, but be dootoru there could do nothing for him, und various oilier treatments that we tried proved qnire ,in effective. George wae in torture day find night, for his limbs wre kept in a n-d-rtw state by the watery diHcharue ttmt ov (l i, oozed from the affect'd si-ifice.

He was io a shocking cos:. .itnn w»i n «■ tarted ti use Zira.Bat. Tiui «>.■ m :v*e-i so | wonderfully eased by che first diesMi'g-tha ; we decided to persevere >vjth the biiliu. Zai. Buk soon caused the inflammation to subesid | and the healing process to begin. "The o , made rapid strides owards iccoverj ever i day, and it w»y nor It/ig before Zα.n Buk !i!v, ; d ed up and compl n-ly a eaicil awty evei I

•It is now -orae iihih -ii»•- Z>m > ii< ; > till J wondrti'lui eiir>, bu , un t) *-c

nbvnr shown toe s-ighte-i t.i|>ii nf .u-y n-ui-,,' Z'\va Bok en'c the woibi civ-is f Kcz m , nflamed Pimples, Raeb and Scalp Sores; alsol I Bad Lspp, Ulcere, Di a'nk es, Pii«i- • Restore , * Sores, Cu>«. ( u-n,-, Kc»'ps, 8w ■ ng3, iSi'ff Jo'ntM, ami K;.eum aiistu In f.-c-Zum Buk ia to in-alu-ble ub an aliron o ; healer chat no family can afioid to De with out it. Off all chtfmists and stores, 2/6 and 3/6 per pot.

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CHILD'S TERRIBLE EOZEMA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4390, 24 April 1914

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CHILD'S TERRIBLE EOZEMA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4390, 24 April 1914

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