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WANTED IN EVERY HOME

«. Z;i ii Buk tbe HBalei' thai ia Always HANDY. As every mother and house keeper i i.;ws it is acu.'lh rxrerience lhat ror:„tly guides her in building op the "indispensable" requirement of t''e homn 'hs controls. Few articles, indeed, are as indispensable in the home as a pot of Zam-Buk, whioh heals tbe skin and drives pain and disease out of the tissues in a way entirely new and better than aDy before has been accomplished Zam Buk has become the favourite healer for home use. not merely because it is reudy for use the moment it is wanted, but because it so quickly soothes and heals tho smarting cut, the burn or scald during cooking, and cures po thoroughly a hundred and one di«i iressii.'g skin affections. Zam-Buk contains none of the rancid animal fats present in cheap ointments which at best are unsafe and unreliable and which become useless in a very short time. Neither time nor climate can mark the wholesomeness and t_cacy of Zam-Buk. Zam,Buk gives results more satisfactory than anything hitherto attained, and. as the prudent housewife soon finds, both expense find suffering are saved by keeping a pot of Zam Buk always handy. Zam Buk is excellent for chapped hands; chilblains, eczema, uloers, bad legs piles, and children's scalp sores, espfioially ringworm, blotchy skin?, running sores, cuts, burns poisoned'- wound:), festering sores, baby's sores, scaly patches, etc. There is only one Z.im-Buk snd that is sold at 1/0 or 3/6 per pot by chemists and stores.

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WANTED IN EVERY HOME, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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WANTED IN EVERY HOME Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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