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SORE HANDS AND POISONED LEG.

Zam Buk Makes Skin Perfectly Sound and Healthy.

Ihe spiondid utility ol Zam_nk is well illustrated by the experience of Mrs. N. Read Darby Street, Cook's Hill, Sydney- who writes :—

"In" consequence of constantly handling cement, my son George, who is employed in concrete work, suffered a Jgreat deal from sore hands. The skin became dry and hard, and would then break into great cracks and fissures. These were most painful and greatly hindered his work. However, he found a wonderful remedy in Zam.Buk, which softened the skin, healed the cut , and drew all the inflammation out of the sores. With oontinued applications of Zam Buk his hands became thoroughly healed and per* fectly sound and healthy.

Zam.Buk was also instrumental in curing a friend. He knocked one of his legs, and the dye from dis sock got into the place, setting up bloodpoisoning. For several weeks before I heard about it his _eg was in an awful sta'e, but I at once advised him to wash the wound thoroughly and apply Z m.Buk He did so, with the result that Zam Bnk quickly brought down the inflammation and reduced the swelling. In a short .time he had the satisfaction of seeing the leg perfectly healed by Zam Buk.

Zam-Buk should be kept handy in ervey home, workshop, farmstead, and cattle station. For _in sor6s, heat swellings f_d ras-hes, ulceration, sore feet, piles, flesh wounds, and other injuries Zamßuk is unsurpassed. Zam.Buk always heals quickly. P-inle sly, and perfectly, and wards off blood poison, festering and similar perils. 1/6 or 3/6 per pot, of all chemists and storekeepers

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SORE HANDS AND POISONED LEG., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3501, 2 November 1915

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SORE HANDS AND POISONED LEG. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3501, 2 November 1915

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