PRAISED BY HUSBAND AND WIFE.
The story of another striking double cure wrought by Zanrßuk haa recently come to from Mrs F. Roee, of Bankeiler St.. Kensington, South Dunedin, N\Z. "Whilst fixing up blinds to the wincows," writes Mrs Rose, I iell and severely sprained ,my wrist and cracked the bone of my thumb. These injuries caused great agony, nnd quite disabled me until I happened to try Zam-Buk-
"I first bathed the wrist in hot water and then, whilst the pores were well opened, I rubbod in Zam.Buk. This soothing balm quickly eased the pain and as I continued the applications the swelling to übate, removed all stiffness, and made my hand quite supple and strong again. "My husband who for a long time suffered agony from bleeding piles, has also derived wonderful bemfit from Zam-Buk. His complaint wasterrilbly irritating, weakening and painful, a-id he was laid up for a period of three weeks one time. "Though he tried innumerable remedies* my husband obtained no relief until I got him to use Zamißuk. Zam-Buk soon soothed away the intense itching irritation and began to reduced the painful growths/ Now, thanks for further perseveranco with ZarDißuk, his painful complaint has com. pletely disappeared. There iB nothing like ZarrJßuk for simple -injuries, poisoned, wounds, piles, or obstinate skin disease like eczema, ulcers, ringworm, festering sore?, barcoo rot, etc. Zam-Buk stops pain and itchinp, draws poison and inflammation from the tissues and ai f, s nature no grow new healthy shin. Of all chem ists||and storekeepers 1/6 and 3/6 per bot,
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PRAISED BY HUSBAND AND WIFE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 29 September 1914
PRAISED BY HUSBAND AND WIFE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 29 September 1914
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