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Brother and Sister Wonderfully Cured .■■'•'. by Zam Buk. • •.;. - ~.' . - "W- .. •; ■ Zun'Buk has asheived another great triumph in the home of ■Mr and Mrs L 'ougblan, 7, Stafford Avenue, Dunedin- N.Z. oy curing th»ir son and daughter of painful 'QJ iriea and sea!p. sores. The oa_ typical if hundreds of otherj. again prove 3 how infenc.ble Zim-Buk h in the home.

vOmdayday whilst my son Richard want school," says Mra Coughlan, another boy in the spirit of mischief, set his coat alight with a match, Richard oame horns with his arm fearfully burnt and was bad for two months afterwards. During that time I tried everything I could think of, bat I did not come aoress a healer until I got Zam.Buk. "At the time the big wouud was red-raw and extremely painful and inflamed. A mass of bad matter had formed and the arm was dreadful to look at. -It seemed to be getting worse every day. • ■ >' "I was greatly relieved when I found that Zam Buk eased the boys pain and began to draw the inflammation and bad matter out of tbe arm. I perserved and applications of tbe balm cleansed the nasty wound most thoroughly, and very soon it wa3 completely n\aled. . • . . "My little girl suffered great pain and disfifjurement from an outbreak of scalp sores. The disease which broke but on the back of her bead fprmed into hard cruets. ■ ■ After gently cleaniing the sores I decided to try Zam'Buk, The first application caused a vaEt improvement, and 1 continued the dress' ings nntil the child's scalp was freed of every trace of disease., ' . Zam-Buk is excellent for eczema, ulcers, pile i, poisoned and fes.ering|sores, badl legs,' ringworm, scajp diseases, "chaps," sore arms chilblains, burns, and scalds, cuts, wounds, rheumatism, and cold-weather sores. Of all chemists and 1/6 and 3/6 per pot.

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BURNS AND SCALP SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914

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BURNS AND SCALP SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914

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