ZAM BUK FOR CHILDREN'S INJURIES.
There's Nothing Else Eo Soothing
Thousands of mothers bless the day they bought their first pot of Zam-Biik, Whether a child has cut or burnt itself, or caught infectious diseases like fczema, ringworm, or fca!p sores, the best thing to do is to apply Zam Buk Children ask for the soothin
Zutnßuk >n unt-tiveiy when any mishap _-• falls them, beo use they know that tbe balm stops smarting pain and always do.a them good BINGWORMS. RMr R. B. Parkinson, Cook Street, Muswellbrook, N.S.W says ; — "One of my children woa sorely troubled with rngworm, and iodine and other socalled remedies d>d no good. Within two weekß Z'im Buk thoroughly cured the ringworm and made tbe child's soßip clean and Btnooih Another child who contracted the same trouble was also cured by Zum Buk." BCALDED FOOT. Mrs. F. Pa ! ne, 22 Compion Street, Adelaide, says :-"My little girl, Gladys, was severely scalded on her right ankle by a kettle of boiling water, I took her to a dootor, but the fo-t got worse instead of better. Zanrßuk was ithen applied. Aa we persevered with Zam.Buk new skin began to form over the scalded area, and soon the wound was completely healel." CRIPPLED BY A KICK. Mrs M. Blea, 490 Drunamond Street, Carlton, Melbourne, sa yg :_"My son Earnest suffered for three month' from a kick. The wound was in a horrible, raw oondition. When I got Zira Buk it quickly reduced tbe angry appearance ended the inflmmation, cleansed tbe wound of all impurity, and Boon cur d the boy's leg."
Zam Buk should always be kept handy for chilblains, cuts, chap?, cold sores, bruises, bu.in., scalds, sprainH, eczema, scalp disease, pi'ee, bad legs, ulcers, sore feet, festering; wounds, poisoned sores, pimples, bloteber, rashes, and itchy spots. Only prices 1/6 or 3/6 per pot. Of all cbemi.ts and storeß.
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ZAM BUK FOR CHILDREN'S INJURIES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3493, 5 October 1915