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ZAM-BUK SPLENDID FOtt SWELLINGS AND DEEI-SEATED PAINS. Tbe remaekable pain killing and soothing qualities of Zam Buk have been proved again and again: It soaks into skin, flesh and simply drives pain out. "As a remedy for rheumatism in the arm 3 and jleg3 and for sciatica," sais Mrs Alexi of 143 Maitland street, Dunedin, N Z., "£ bave found Zam Buk splendid. The last attack I had was a particularly severe one, and it caustd me to cry out in •pain whene\er t nyoue happened to touch me; I whs forever trying difierent linimtute ,and lotions from the chemists, but they were like so muul) water. One embrt cation that a friend induced me to try, cost 5/- a bottle, but it was no better then ihan the rest

"At length I wns persuaded to gat a pot of Zam Buk. I first bathed my shoulders and joints, an I then by rubbing Zam Buk well in got it right down into the pores. I expert enced great soothing ease even after the first application of tbe balm. I persevered with the treatment and eventuully Zam Buk completely rid me of the deep -eated pains. "I use Zam Buk often for healing cuts and wounds, and my experience proves that tbe balm is fully up to its great reputation." Zam Buk is always ready ior immediate use, and it always keeps its remarkable soothing, antiseptic, ai*d hea ing powers Zam Buk is excellent for bad legs, toie feet, ulcers, piles, ringworms, poi.oned wounds, icby rash, insect bites, heat swellings, cuts, bruises, sprains, etc. J/6 and 3/6 of till stores and chemists

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RHEUMATISM IN ARMS AND LEGS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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RHEUMATISM IN ARMS AND LEGS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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