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Terrible Trouble Caused by a Knock Zam-Buk Makes Leg Bound Again,

Mr W E Brown, of Durham .Street, Auok land, N.Z , Writes;—"Thicusb knocking m> left leg against the edge of a box 1 one day burst a varicose vain. A stream of blood gushed out, and it was some lime be-'oie I could etop the outflow, afterwards the wound became argry lookwgand ulcer 3, and ulcerous, and started to cpuss great pain. "I laid up and rested the limb, but it jvas no use, for the bad place got worse and teriibly irflammed. Then the treatment of a medical man was tried, but U.'failed to brin« any improvement, The inflammation spread, the ulser got deeper and bigyer, and the leg was swollen enoimously. | "I had often heard of Zam Buk, so at la=t. ' I decided to try it, I .experienced splendid

ease almost as soon as I U3ed balm. Z.im Buk soothed away the pun, grea.ly roduced the swelling, and caused tbe leg to have o much be'ter appearance. Then further use of Zam.Buk thoroughly cleansed the ulcer ated places, and began to heal them, Now Zum-Buk !_s made the leg quite Bound, strong and supple again, and I am back at work."

Zintßuk. is without equal 'for _?ma, ulcers, bad legs, piles, and children scalp sores, especially ring worm caught at school Obtainable of all chemist and stores at 1/6 ■ltd 3/C uer pot.

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VARICOSE ULCERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3453, 23 April 1915

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VARICOSE ULCERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3453, 23 April 1915

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