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HEAD COVERED WITH SORES.

ZAM'BUK REMOVES EVERY TRACE

OF DISEASE,

" --■ kiDg example of Zatn Buk's healing prrpe es is given n the following narrative by Mrs E. Roberts, o£ 23 Steven's street, Adelaile, who saya :—"While my little bsy, James, wa3 teething, abscesses to the number of eigh: en broke out Oα his face, hea *, unci hands. The doctor presorlbed a course of trent Men*, which, however, did not etse the pain. The child fell away to a shadow, and the pain seemed to drag him donw in const! ■ tuiion,

"My husband, who bad had practical proof of the healing powei of Zam Buk, and we should try this balm. Wβ obtained a supply, and dressed the sores with it. AH bad matter was drawn away in every O'.se, nnd the heating process set up. We continued with Z\m Buk until every abscess was healed

"My little girl, Alice, had an outbreak of ores on her head. Her head bad to be ■hayed. We cim fully ba hed the thick crusts with hot water, and then applied Zana Buk Zum Buk drew all the matter from beneath, and in a short time completely healed ihe wounds.

"My second eldest son had a terrible SDsld on the left aim caused by boiling cocoa, Zarn Buk was pi omptly applied, how j ever, and it drew out all the heat, soothed the pain, a , d heated his arm in a short time Zim Buk is a perfect healer for outs, bruise?, burns, scalds, a- d all injuries! Of all chemists and storekeepers at 1/6 and 3/6 per pot.

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HEAD COVERED WITH SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3412, 7 April 1915

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HEAD COVERED WITH SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3412, 7 April 1915

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