CUT TO BONE.
♦ Festered Ankle Perfectly Healed by 1 Zam Buk. I i One reason why Zam Buk is kept handy I in thousands of borne?, workshop* and farm* I steads is because it is a wonderfully quick '-•and painless healer. When Zam.Buk is ■'tappliod to any cut, bruise, or sorape, tbat stinging, smarting sensation is immediately ended, and purified by Zam Bok'e antieeptio aotion, the knitting < and healing of the ) broken lesh proceeds in a quick and painless manner. Mrs R Winefield, 10 Oalder Road, Darling ton, Sydney, bbvb :—• Sortie time ago my little girl V»ra fall on to a broken bottle and cut ber ankle to ihe bone. Within a day or two ihe wound festered, and inflammation spread so badly that we began to fear that the child's leg was poisoned. "Vera was orippled and in great pain, and tbe nasty wounds showed no signs of healing aatil we began to Apply Zam-Buk. This soothing balm eased the child's pain wonderfully, drew away the inflammation, and thoroughly cleansed the nasty plaoe. As 1 continued So use Zam.Buk the wound began . ts rapidly heal until now Vera's foot ia quite ;<;- sound again. c '"My son Keith was also cured of a bad shin 'got through stumbling up acainst a stool. ■• The plaoe discharged matter, was badly swollen, and caused him to be laid up in *■' great pain for a fortnight. We again got ■ Zamißuk, and used it with splendid effects Besides causing tbe painful swelling to sub. side, Zam.Buk stopped the disoharge com. nletely and healed the sore "My husband, toe, has nothing but praise for Zam-Buk, which cured and soothed his ' hemorrhoids, a distressing complaint, whioh !ud caused him much pain and misery. We have nsed the balm on many other occasions and never yet has failed na." Zam-Buk should be kept handy in ervey home, workshop, farmstead, and cattle station. For skin soreß, heat swellings and rashes, ulceration, sore feet, piles, flesh wounds, and other injuries Zam-Buk is unsurpassed. Zam.Buk alwayß heals quickly, nainlefsly, and perfectly, and wards off ' blood polßon, feßtering and similar perils. ' 1/6 or 3/6 per pot, of all chemists and | storekeepers
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CUT TO BONE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3522, 15 February 1916
CUT TO BONE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3522, 15 February 1916
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