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"Felt As If Oould Tear Myself To Pieces."

Another Perfect Zam-Buk Triumph

"Eozema broke out on both my arms, and caused me to suffer terribly," says Miss Mora Quigley, of 13 Oowper Bjreet, Gebe, Sydney. "The irritation was so bad that I oould not slefp, and would toss about hour after hour all night. I oeuld not keep my hands from it. This horrible disease first oommenced in the form of blisters, which merged into one another, and then spread and swelled in a fearful state. The swelling was co bad that my anna were donble their nsual size. The pain and itchiness nearly drova me out of my mind. I felt as if I oould tear myself to preoee. Sometimes I would sit up half the night crying. I was tortured so "For three months I was in a terrible state, for although I tried many things, nothing gave me relief, and I felt that I would like to end it all. My mother then obtained some Zam-Buk. and we dressed my arm with it. This splendid balm had a wonderful effeot, for it immediately eased the irritation, soothed the burning seasations and reduced the dreadful swelling. I had only been using Zam-Buk a little while when I was able to enjoy a good night's rest, for pain and itchiness were ended. By perse. er* ing with Zam-Buk I was soon freed of all di. ease, and the eoezema completely cured. Now the skin on both my arms is spotless and in splendid condition, thanks entirely Zam.Buk." '

Zam-Buk should be kept handy in arvey home, workshop, farmstead, and oattle station. For skin sores, heat swellings and rashes, ulceration, sore feet, piles, flesh wounds, and other injuries __am Buk is un surpassed. Zam.Buk always heals quickly, painlessly, and perfeotly. and wards off blood poison, festering ana similar perils 1/6 or 3/6 per pot, ef all chemists and storekeepers

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NEARLY DRIVEN CRAZY BY ECZEMA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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NEARLY DRIVEN CRAZY BY ECZEMA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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