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LEG SWOLLEN AND ULCERATED.

» Years of Misery from a Knock.—Limb Saved by Zam Buk Through negleoting a simple graza on tho Bhin Mrs L. Bentley of Agnes- Street Tocwoomba. Q , had a badly ulcerated -eg for years. Her story provides further striking evidence of Zam-JBuk's healing and diseasedispeliug power, "A good few years baok I nappent i to knook my Eliin," said Mrs Bantley. ' ' he wound became ulcerated and caused ne dreuiiful suffering. My leg swelled up ,o such an enormous size that I had to go intc tbe hospital. There tbey treated me wit, b'uestone, burning the proud flesh away The agony was almost unbearable. After this treatment my leg appeared io heal and for four j ears didn't trouble me. Then it broke out again. "This time j decided to use Zanvßnk and oarefully drescad the injury regular. ZamBnk besides soothing and cooling my leg drew off all the inflammation, reduced the swelling, and plc-arnsed the y/ound in a won,derful manner. Perseverenco with Zam.Buk resulted in Jhe wound being completely healr ed and my leg made better. Wa always keep a supply of Zam-Buk in the house for general r,urposes and have found it a terfoct heale- for everyday injuries," Zarn.Buk is excellent for Ecama, Pileß, Ringworm, ulcers, Bad legs, Sores. Old Wounds Diseased Ankles, Blood-poison, Cracksd Skins, S<->re Heads. Cuts, Burns, Bruits, Scalds, Itching, Proud Flesh, Sore Bark-, Peeling Skin, Pimbles, Blisters, Child ren'e Sores Barber's Rash, Scratohes, Scalp Disease, Boro Feet, B"ils, Festering sores, swollen knees, swellings, Sprains, Soabß, Blackheads, Chafi* gs, Barooi gcre Beels, Poisoned Wounds, Stiffness, Teething Rash Chapped Hands, Chilb'ians eta. Sold by all Chemists and gtores at 1/6 and 3/6 per pot For Chronic Chest Complaints, I, Woods* Grea Peppermint Cure, 1/6, 2/

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LEG SWOLLEN AND ULCERATED., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4427, 8 September 1914

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LEG SWOLLEN AND ULCERATED. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4427, 8 September 1914

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