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HOME HURTS.

CUTS, GRAZES, BURNS, BRUISES, SORES, &c, PROMPTLY YIELD TO ZAM-BUK. Mrs. Barker, of 39 Emma : street, Leichhardt, Sydney, has met with some interesting proofs of the wide range of usefulness of Zam-Buk in the home. Zam-Buk heals all cut, bruised,, or broken skin in Nature's own way, "cools" burns and scalds, allays lnnammatlon, and cures pimples, festerings, sores, and all skin troubles. • Mrs. Barker says:—"l have had occasion to use Zam-Buk for my children, self, and husband, and am glad to acquaint you with the satisfactory results. 11, myself, burnt my arm while cleaning the store, and Zflm ■ Buk was immediately applied, with the result that the pain and soreness were quickly dispelled. My husband is a timber merchant, and often gets his hands and arms cut, scratched, and knocked about ; ZamBuk Balm is then used, and results In always curing the sores and bruises. And lny children —as children will—often fall and graze the skin off their knees, and the usual healer, Zam-Buk, is applied, and in all cases the healing and cure is certain. I have no hesitation in recommending Zam - Buk as a safe, sure, and ■ simple remedy to be kept in the home." . . Every home needs Zam-Buk for cuts, bruises, scratches, gashes, abrasions, burns, scalds, children's sores and nasty scalp troubles, crushed fingers, pimples, boils, blackheads, and all common, superficial injuries and eruptions. Of all chemists and stores at Is. 6d. and 3s. 6d. per pot. ' v."

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HOME HURTS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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