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A MOTHERS PRAISE.

■ s SUFFERED FROM SORE AND SWOL- ' ;t#f* BREASTS — NEARLY MAD WITH PAIN — MANY TREATMENTS FAHiEb ■— ZAM-BUK AGAIN SUCXjESSFm Mrs. A. Sampson, who resides in Edge-ware-rd., Palmerston Nbrth, N.Z.j has proved the value of Zam-Buk for :sore, swollen, and bleeding breasts. There is nothing so soothing and comforting for this kind bf trouble as Zani-Biik. It takes but the pain, and heals thb parts in a natural way. Speaking of the great benefits she.has derived from ZamBuk, Mrs. Sampson says •—" Having derived such great relief from Zam-Buk I think it.only just that I should let yoU kuow what I think of it. Some three years agO after the birth bt my first baby, I suffered from dreadfully sore breasts, which caused* ne untold agony. The breat's • Were swollen, aid Used frequently to 'bleed;'.-'' I was in constant fear and dread lest anything should touch mc, and the lotion I got from the, chemists, as well, as the -doctor's pre-: scription, did no good—in fact not eVen . gave mc relief, I was nearly out of fny ' mind with the agony when I received a sample,- pot- oi. Zam-Buk Balm, and immediately applied -it. I was hot only ; grateful hilt iiStohiiihed at the-wonder-ful effect, the Balm had, for it was most '. soothing, and almost immediately i stopped the pain. After usin.-j* Zam-Buk i for a few days it thoroughly (ibaled the t breasts, for which my unbourjied grati- ". tude is due to Zain-Buk." Zam-Buk, ■ the great' household healing Balm, • promptly cures ioTe legs, ring-Worms, - barcoo, piles, cuts, bruises, burns, and ' expels disease, tones' up the tissues and regenerates the. skin in health. Price ) 1/0 per pot, or 3/6 large family size (3/6 • site holds*,-aeftrlv four times 1/6), froihj > all chemißts and stores. ' j

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A MOTHERS PRAISE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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