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ZAM-BUK TllK PURIFYIXU HEALER. In cusps of boils, inflamed pimples, abscesses, and ether foul growths so common at this time of the year. Zam-Buk is invaluable. Besides thoroughly cleansing the eruptions or sores of all bad matters. Zam-Buk soothes pain and itching, and heals quicklv and perfectly. Mr W. C. limes, 10 Alfred street. Leederville, Perth, W.A.. says: "A short timo ago a- painful outbreak of nasty boils and swellings appeared ou my arm. As one boil burst another used to form, ami each of the resulting sores was most obstinate to heal. .The limb got so sore and inflamed that it interfered greatly with my work. '" When the arm was at its worst a friend told me about Zam-Buk, and strongly advised me to give it a trial. 1 purchased a pot, and the quick manner in which the balm allayed swelling and inflammation and extracted pus and bad matter from the eruptions was simply wonderful. Even the first dressing of ZamBuk brought great ease, and as I persevered with the balm the core of each boil was removed. When the sores had been thoroughly purified Zaro-Bnk healed each of the bad places thoroughly." To bo sure of quick, clean healing you must have Zam-Buk. It is absolutely unexcelled for ulcers, bad legs, piles, poisoned sores, ringworm, scalp disease, eczema., pimples, scaly patches, and other disfiguring skin disease. ZAM-BUK is al=o the perfect first aid for cuts, burns, scalds, wounds, and injuries. Of all chemists and stores, at Is 6d and 5s 6d.—-[Advt.]

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BOILS AND ABSCESSES, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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BOILS AND ABSCESSES Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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