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DANGER IN A SIMPLE KNOCK.

Festering Wound Spread Over Hand.

Obstinate Sore lib.de to Zata Buk.

The experience of Mr M Tinscoit, of 92 WHtenoom Street, Street, Boulder, W. A., oonveye a warning of the danger that lies in a simple knock.

"My husband," said Mrs Truseott, "one day knocked the back of his band and got a small wound. Thinking the injury was but a trifling one. he took no notioe of it, with the result that within a day or two it broke out into a nnety runniDg soro. This gradually began to spread all over the back of the hand, aad it became extremely inflamed snd painful

. "In spite of the many different prepar. tione which we uaed. the inflammation ap , peaiod to f.:et wor-e overy day, and the sore never eliowod anj sigo of heaiind, A dooto'r was 0 insulted, but as the ointment presoibed Was without elleot, he decided to open ftto en ibf' hand and scraped it. The nasty #re wi||*s bad as ever, and continued 0 dißohargt) freely.

"Beiiig stronßly advised to try my huebund gob a pot of unci Etarted to use it, with splendid tlfect, Zim I3uk allevated .the pain and reduced the i> flammatkm wonderfully My husband continued to dreee the h.md wiib Z.m.Buk, and every day lh«e whu a oontinued iiiiprovbm>-u'. Now »he tore is thoroughly belled and the band quite strong again."

Zam Buk is excellent for chapped bands , cbi'blains, ecztrna, ulcers, bad legs piles, nnd ohifdren'H tcalp smee, especially ringworm, b 6'cdy xkt«v, Xuiiinng sores, cuts, out-na' poj outtl NNCuii«y, lebteriiig cores, baby 1 Borne, boaly patches

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DANGER IN A SIMPLE KNOCK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3463, 1 June 1915

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DANGER IN A SIMPLE KNOCK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3463, 1 June 1915

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