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FATHER AND SON CURED BY ZAM BUK.

Bpreaaing Eruptions on Face and Head.

Mrs" M. Batterson. 19, Howard Street Leedetville. Perth, W.A.. e^-.„ f| S "i exuptione broke our on tho and bands ot my littie boy Edward. The places became in flammed, and as aoree began to form toe disease spread in an alarming xnennei- >v tried the usual ohemiet preparations, nut they taiUd to check the outbreak. ••Then having heard to much about Buk we deoided to give it a trial -me first lew applications ot Zam-Buk subduea all the inflammation and thorough'? eedtbe uoren. Edward Beem»d to get so much comfort from the balm that we esgerly persevered with the t»M.mM»t Now lhanke to the continued use of 2am.BUR every one of Edward's sotue uave been so thoroughly cleared away; that no trace 01 the disease ie to be seen. "My husband, too, ueed Zam-Buk as an embrocation when he strained his baoK The balm took away all the pain and sore., nees, and made him quite supple and btrong again. Zam Buk is an idem preparaiioa, whioh no home oan afford to be wittiouf,' Zam Buk is powerfully antteepiio, and beepi the wound free Irom poisonesa germs. Jt Boothes pain, allays inflaininatiou, una exerts a remarkable healing power in hoeten , iog the repair oi the damaged en in tissues. Zem.Buk is excellent' , for eczema, sore feet, ulcers, ringworm, barber's itob. pjl«s poisoned wound", cuts, burns, sprains, but tere, rashes, swelliugg, etc. Jfi*ui.Buk is -obtainable at 1/6 or 8/6 ot all chemist and jloree. ,•.•' <*

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FATHER AND SON CURED BY ZAM BUK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915

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FATHER AND SON CURED BY ZAM BUK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915

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