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A WHOLE Y BE CUTS, BURNS, SOALP DISEASE, POISONED SO tES, PAINS, & YIELi TO ZAM-BUK. Mrs. A. Y. Griffiths, 01 32, Liverpool L wn, West Cliff, Ramsgate, has met with some interesting proofs of Zam-Buk's wide range 01 t usefulness in the home. She said to a local reporter:â My little daughter suffered dreadfully with scalp disease for about six years. I first noticed an eruption on her scalp when t-he was oaly eleven months old. It developed illlo running sores, and I failed tp check the trouble at all. The doctor, too, failed to do any good and I then began to go to different chemists, trying all sorts of ordinary ointments, medi- cines, etc. I had to keep her head shaved, and che irritation was so bad that sleep was often out of the question for us both. I was told that no cure could be found for her, but eventually I tried Zam-Buk. The bilm soothed the irritation, ana she was soon sleeping beautifully each night. I dressed the scalp carefully and regularly with Zam-Buk for some time. The sores dried up at last, and finally the dry, thick, scaly skin disappeared, to reveal a clean, sweet, healthy scalp. He- hair began to grow again nicely, aud now, thanks entirely to Zam-Buk, she is absolutely well. My elder daughter had a bad leg for some time, and one week's treatment with Zam-Buk completely cured it. Through dressing his leg I got a poisoned hand myself, and one finger was so bad that the doctor informed me he would be compiled to draw the n.ul to save the first joint. However, I applied Zam-Buk, and within ten days the finger was perfectly healed My husband thinks Zm-Buk most valuable for swollen and painful toe joints, and I have used it successfully among my other children for cuts, bruises, sores, srrowing pains, etc. I have a lot of little ones, and Zam-Buk has been quite a boon to me Our home shall never be without the useful little box of Zam-Buk." Follow the wise example of the Griffiths family. Winter is close at hand and a budget of trouble from "chaps" after washing day, sores, chafiogs and burns, and other superficial injuries call for Zam-Buk being constantly at hand.

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SUFFERING CHILDREN.

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