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Zara-Buk, Tbe Purifying Healer. ' Only Znm-Buk's ■"•;■■ wonderful antiseptic healing ofuld -rid Mr E Dewey of pain'ul blood-poi on, whiah crippled bis bands and threatened to dibble bis arms. The ex psrifinoe nf Mr Dpwpj, who lives at Albert Street, Wickhnm. Newcastle. N.S.W., proven ■ ones moje the grave danger of neglecting Bimpl» cula and scratches "My husband," says Mrs Dewpy, ''scrat. cbed the back of his hand?, and hlnod poison inpsetii on nccounf. of him having rihamer?»>d them in impure ' water. They fwniled iip enormously, and brnke out in n mfi«s nf corrupt on, while the surrounding flesh turned Kreen. So intense was the pin j th«»t he could not net any rest at night. He

hnd t> di continue wo-.k for he could not use h.p hand*, Bnd the sores continually die' "" oharjtpd h*d matter. Although wo tried many rr and poulticing,' nothin"

, eeemed able to subdue the malignity, of the di-eate, which bpgun to affect his arms i '"However, he yielded at last to my per-. ' Mißsiooß to try Zam Uuk, for I waa euro it )■ wou ; d do him Rood. He commenced with , Z'ini'Buk, and in a short time the intpnse pai" was gradually rplievpft the inflamm tinn • sobdupd. and the burning pain was eradually relieved, the b rninu pivin allayed fo muoh that be wao able to nlepp that night. Con* tinuing wittuZnnißuk. all Ihe putrid matter was drawn („, and the healing of the wound made splendid progress. , " Zftm-Buk should be kept handy in er.vey home, workshop, farmstead, and cattle station. For ekin sore?, heat' awellingß and mlbes, ulceration, sore feet, piles.\ flesh wounds, and other injuries _am Buk is up- . Znrn.Buk nlwavs hpals qnnkly. sly, and perfecly and wards off b)r>od poison, festering < and similar perils l/6.0r 8/6 per 'pot, of all chemists aod gtoreke.pers . ,

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WORKER'S RUNNING SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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WORKER'S RUNNING SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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