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MARRIED WOMAN'S AGONISING PILES

« A Mo'.ber Praise 3 Zam-Buk.

Mrs. Eveljn Jarrett, of 47 Waterloo Street Furry Hills, Hydney, say*-: — "About two and a half years ago I was aff.ioted with that terrible complaint, piles. The iriitation wa3 awful, and the agonising pain preately increased mv Buffering. I applied an ointment luit this set up such violent irritation that by by its use I was nearly driven out of my minri.

'•I theu tried many other remedies but was ii mt 1 1p lo obtain any relief from afflictcn. Aβ a last redoit I decided tO try Zam-Buk. as 1 read what a splendid balm it was for piles, I procured a supply and before I had finished the first pot I was freed from all irritation, tin i the pains where gradually ceasing. After continuing with Zam.Buk all traces of my complaint were removed. "Some time afterwards I was oonfind and a result of childbiith was an attack of piles, However, a few applications of the Zam.Buk drove away my trouble. I was delighted wich the mild and soothing action of Zam-Buk. It easen all inflammation in a splendid fashon.

"Zam Buk should be kept handy in every home, c pacially where there are children in the family, My children r.t times suffer from cuts, sons, and obrasions and the prompt npplicat on of Zimßuk has given relief in each caso. ln m thankful for the relief I derived from Zam Buk."

Zarn )*uk is sold by all stores and chemist at 1/6 ar d 3/6 per pot Every home needs Zom Bulc.

You inhale the fragrant properties of "NAZOL" through tbo nostrils, then you take one or two drops' on a lump of loaf sugar and allow it to'dissolve in the mouth. In this way the healing soothing qualities of "NAZOL" reach the affected parts thor oughly. That is why it cures all Colda and Influenza bo quickly, 1/6 everywhere. Get a Nazol Inhaler!

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MARRIED WOMAN'S AGONISING PILES, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914

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MARRIED WOMAN'S AGONISING PILES Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914

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