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A REAL HOME LESSON.

vyniEirS TORTURING PILES. SON'S BLISTERED FEET. AND DAUGHTER'S SCALDS HEALED BY ZAM-BUK. The experience of Mr W. J. Hartwell, of Magill road. Stepney. Adelaide, is a typical instance, of Zam-Buk's utility. '"My son David," says Mr Hartwell, " suffered severely with his feet. Little blisters would form on the surface, and his skin became so badly inflamed that it was difficult for him to get about. Many remedies were tried, but nothing did any good until Zam-Buk was applied. In a short time the blisters were healed and new skin formed. "My daughter Myrtle upset a pot cf hotline water over her foot. Tho agony sha suffered was dreadful. Wo had to call in a doctor, but all his treatment did not give the desired relief, so we tried Zam-Buk. A few dressings of Zam-Buk drew all fire and inflammation ont of the wound, and healed it perfectly. "Then I fell a victim of piles. I was almost in despair of ever being cured, for I had tried so many remedies without any good result. At last I persevered with Zam-Buk, the piles *rere banished, and I wet cured." ■ Zam-Buk it excellent for sunburn, bad legs, poisoned wounds, eruptions, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, etc. ' Of all chemists and stores at Is 6d, or 3s 6d family sue (containing nearly four times the Is 6d).—[Advt.]

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A REAL HOME LESSON., Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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A REAL HOME LESSON. Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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