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COVERED WITH SORES.

Grand Double Cure by Zam-Buk.

! "My littlefgirl, Kathleen," writes Mrs E. Stewart, of 19 Smith Street, Summer Hill, Sydney, "had an extraordinary outbreak of sores which started as pimples and spread over her body, arms and legs. The raw places got bigger, and olududed pusß. Kathleen was in a terrible state. She was' so distiguied that we did not like to tako her out. The doctor's treatment proved una vailing, as also did a* well known remedy. We go» very depresacd. for wo thought the child would never be ourod.

Being advised to try Zanrßuk, wo got some and applied it to Kathleen's sores. The reault was grand. Zam-Buk took away all the irritation, and roliovod Kathleen wondorfully. The discharge was dried up, and the child was soon on the mond. We kept on with Zam-Buk balm, and wo also washed the aiteoted places with Z.atn-liuk Medicinal Soap. New skin formed, and Kathleen was soon completely cured.

':My eon, Reginald, upset a basin of bailing water, and was badly eoalded. Tho shook of his system was terrible, and wo thought we should loao him: Ho waß treated by a ohomist and taken to tho hospital. His pro l Kress wan very slow; so, in view of ZamBuk's previous success, we again roeortod to it. It is remarkable how quickly and thoroughly _am-Buk grew new akin over the awful eealds-"

Thousands of Australian families use Xamßuk daily, and find it tho surest hoaler for out, bruisoß, aoros, burns, Boaldu, and knocks;

Zam-Buk nhould bo kept handy iti ervoy home, worknhop, farmstead, and oattlo 1 Biation. For akin sores, boat swellings and rashes, ulceration, sore feet, pi loo", flush wounds, and othor injuries I&aurlJuk is unsurpassed. Zaiu.Buk always bonis ijuiokly, painlessly, and perfootly. and wards off blood'poiaon, festering and mtnllnr perils. 1/0 or 3/ti por pot, of all chemistfj and gioi ekoeporß j

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COVERED WITH SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 7 March 1916

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COVERED WITH SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 7 March 1916

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