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BORE SWOLLEN AND TENDER FEET.

Used to Cry Out With the Pain

Zam-Buk Hpals, Soothes and Cools.

"Mter walking for some time I used _to suffer from swollen and tender feet, which were very sore." says Mrs.'C. E. Driver, of 43 Donald.street, Footpcray, Melbourne. "The burning and aching sensations, caused me much suffering, and at tiroes I used to cry out with tbe pain. I bathed them and tried all portbs of tbingß to get relief, but nothing eased the smarting or reduced the swelling"However, I tried Zam.Buk, and this ex oellent balm ?oon draw out all the heat, healed the soreness and-reduced the swelling Zara Buk is indef d a wonderful balm, for I have never had any troubles since using it. Now F Pun w.c'k Bbrtuf: in comfort, whereas onp tine I could not even brnr a boot on.

••I have a'po proved Zum-Brk to be a UHiful household hea'er for cuts, brutee' and to es, and we ore never without a sut ply by us."

Everybody who has not tried Fam Buk should obtain a supply at once. A pot should always be kept handy ; is 'a grand bouse hold healer Sold by all stores and chemists.

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BORE SWOLLEN AND TENDER FEET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 8 January 1915

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BORE SWOLLEN AND TENDER FEET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 8 January 1915

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