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UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES.

Mother's Gratitude to Zam-Buk fir

Child's Cure

"When two years ago my son Frank had an outbreak of disease on his head," says Mrs M. Hayes, r,f 3 Cluncy Stree', Boulder. W.A , "tbe disease spread over his bead in the form of large mattery sores, then de< veloped into thick cru-ts, emitted a very un pleasant smell. His head was a solid unsightly mass of disease, and his condition grew worse and worse, and finally became very serious. "'Knowing what a splendid thing Z*m Buk was for sores and injuries, we decided to try fcbie balm and Zam-Buk Soap, His head was'bathfd with hot water and Zap Buk soap, and then regularly and * carefully dressed with Zam J ßuk balm. After a few days the discbarge was ended, and all crust came away, leaving the skin beneath n!cn and clean. As we persisted dressing his head with Zam-Buk, thejsores and tender plaoes healed up, and new hair grew in place of that 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 Eczema, nflamed Pimples, Bash and Scalp Sores; alsol

Bad Legs, Ulcers, Di eased ankles, Piles Festered Sores, Outs, Curns, Scalps, Swell ings, Stiff Joints, andßheumatism. In fac! Zam-Bnk ia so invaluable as an allround healer that no family oan afiord to be without it. Off all obamists and stores, 2/6 and 3/0 per pot /

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Bibliographic details

UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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