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Nothing Like Zuimßnk for Ending PiDD at.cl bortues. J . ! All EUlT.rs from ehallngp, bii.sters and ! othtr hot weiiUjcr foot tortura will Had I sj.(:C<ly leiio , in Zmi Buk. ' ■l'V)efi'?,"M,vsMr W. liull, J 5 Duke i Htieut, Christchurch. N.Z.. ''1 iva.s caused great misery by what are known us fjailod j i'cet. In the hot montlis my sni'feritig was ilmost endurable. When liuatetl, my feut became ho sore and blistered nnder the loos aud soles that I hardly dure put ihem to the ground. I had to limp about and endure this agony until a friend induced me to dre?= my feet with Zani'Buk. I first batberl them in hot water as hot as I could bear it, and then and got Zam Buk well intr. the open pore?. Zam Butt was wonderful!) cooling and soothing, and it very soon pui an end to all thb achicg, burning "Now. whenever 1 have a hard days walkj mg to do I use Zam.Buk beforehand, and as a rcfuk never have my ol' the old bother with my feet. Hot weather Ebzma, Pimples. KasWes, Blisters, and Sores, Reeling Skin, Kingworm, Ulceis, Piles. Poisoned Wounds, Barber's iind all similar s-kin Bisections disiiptac under tlio infiuence of Z.im-Buk. Oft' all Chemists and Stores, 1/0 and a/0.

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HEAT CAUSES BAD FEET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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HEAT CAUSES BAD FEET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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