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SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TENDER FEET.

USUI) TO CRY OUT WITH THE PAl^ ZA.M-P.UK IIrIALS. SOOTHES.. AND 1 COOLS. a \ "After walking for some time I used to .suffer from -.swollen and tender feet, which were very sore," says Mrs 0. K. Driver, (f 4o Ilon.-ild -street, "'Foot-eray. Melbourne. •■'Hie burning and aching sensations caused me much suffering, and at- times I used to c-v out with the pain. I bathed thf-m and tried all sorts of things to get relief, hut nothing cased the smarting or reduced the. swelling. '•However. 1 tried Zam-Buk. and tins excellent- balm soon drew out. all the heat, healed the si c. and reduced the swelling. Ztim-P.ul- is inde-d a wonderful balm, for 1 have, never had any foot, troubles simx. using it. Now *I can walk about in comfort, wlwreas one time I could not even Lear a boot- on. "I havo also proved Zam-'Buk to be a useful household healer for cuts. _ bruises, and sores, and we arc never without a supply by us." Everybody who has not tried Zam-'Buk shou'd* obtain a supply at once. A pot should always be kept- bandv : it- is a grand household healer. Sold by all stores and chemists.

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SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TENDER FEET., Evening Star, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TENDER FEET. Evening Star, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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