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Scratched and Rubbed in a Frantic Manner. A Terrible Disease Ended by Zam Buk. Mrs K. E. Wadsworth of 64, Wellington Street, East Perth, W.A., says:—-"Before 1 camo to Must Perih from Yorkshire, England pint of my dutioa were keeping tidy and in order, laboratories after medical students had been experimenting. While attending to my work I must havo used a glass to get a drink of water, and in doing yo must absorbed some of tho poisonous substances contained in the vessel. Soon after I broke out in eczina on every part of my body, my hands and feet being especially affected. In a short timo I was in a terrible state, for the disease broke out on my head and I lost nil toy hair. I could not got any sleep at night, but would tosß from side to side ia great torment. The itching irritation and awful burning were nigh unbearable, This terrible disease ton tured me in a way that was indescrible, and 1 rubbed and tore the affected parts with my hands in a frantio manner. •'At last I determined to tr? wbat Zam<Buk would do for me as a relation of mine had. used this balm with wonderful results, I obtained a supply, and applied it carefully to all the affected places. Zam.Buk imme, diately cooled and soothed the burning in flammation, and the smarting and irritation were taken away. I knew after tho liret application that I was obtaining the relief Iso much needed. That night I had the first good rest I had for a long time. As the Zam-Buk treatmeet was kept going my hands and feet began to beal; the sore cracks and open places gradually closed up ; the raw ■sore places on my head were also healed and my hair started to grow again. By persist ing with Zam-Buk the disease wae completely defeated, my skin made nice, clear and h althy, and my hair has grown thick and long." Zamißuk hissold by all stores and chemists at 1/6 ane 3/6 per pot

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COVERED WITH ECZEMA, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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COVERED WITH ECZEMA Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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