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Mother's Gratitude to Zam-Buk for Child's Cure.

"When two years ago my son Frank had an outbreak of disease on hiahead," cays v'MrsM. Hayes, cf 3 Clancy Street, Boulder, " W.A , "the disease spread over his head in the form of large mattery sores, then de* veloped itfto thick cru-ts, emitted a very unpleasant smell. His head was a solid unsightly mass of disease, and bis condition grew worse and worse, and finally became very serious.

"Knowing what a splendid thing Zim-Buk was for sores and injuries, we decided to try thin balm and Zam-Buk Soap, His head with hot water-and Zam Buk soap, and then regularly and carefully dressed with balm. After a few d»ys the discharge was ended, and all crusb came away, leaving the skin beneath nice and clean. As we persisted dressing his head with Zam-Buk, thejisores and tender places huali d up, and new hair grew in place of tbat destroyed by the disease. Frank was rescued from the terrible disease by Zam< Buk, and he has not been troubled since." Zam-Buk ends the worst cases of Erz;ma, nflamedPimples, Bash and Scalp Sores; alsol Bad Lees, Ulcers, Di-eased ankles, Piles, Festered Sores, Cuts, Curns, Soalps, Swell, ings, Stiff Joints, and Bheumatism. In fact Zam Buk is so invaluable as an allround healer tbat no family can afiord to be without it. OS all chsmists and stores, 2/6° and 3/6 per pot. °

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UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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