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HANDS LIKE RAW MEAT I A 'HERTHYR EXra^ in^rova« reporter has obtained ment. A lot of the inflammation ticulars of another great Zam-Buk -was gone and the sores looked triumph over most!obstinate and i|i|||§gLs7rf healthier. Night and morning I painful eczema that doctors and '¡i" dressed Annie's hands with Zam-Buk. cheap ointments were powerless 1 soon saw why Zam-Buk was doing overcome, ¥n. A. E. Rowlands, good. It seemed to just suit her Bridge House, Old Quaker's Yard, nr. tender skin and did not cause irritation Treharris, said to the pressman 1 and pain as mere ointments had done. ¡,¡,. Annie, my daughter, was quite a girl when Zam-Buk drew the bad matter from under the a rash broke out on her hands and wrists, skin, and when the sores were thoroughly Blisters formed, then burst and discharged blood cleansed they healed up splendidly. But more and matter. Scabs covered the sores, but the wonderful still, Zam-Buk grew discharge still oozed out. We tried in vain to A Complete New Skin atop Annie from scratching her hands; she over Annie's hands. This tissue proved so simply couldn t help tearing at the inflame healthy and strong that Annie was able to go and irritating skin. It was a sickening sight to to work. For five years she has worked regu- see the blood running down her fingers. Even larly and has never had the slightest trouble When her hands were covered the discharge with her hands. Zam-Buk worked a wonderful A Came Through the Bandages. cure and certainly proved far superior to all At times the sores dried up and the scabs ointments." peeled away, leaving patches of scaly skin that itched fearfully. But the sores always broke THE GREAT SKIN-CURE. ''Out again if Annie attempted to do any work. ——— I Both hands got like raw meat and were almost Zam-Buk is the one preparation that can be as red as tomatoes. Annie tried many a time relied upon to cure the most obstinate and tor- AI- .J i.- y.Art turing case of eczema. The herbal ingredients to work, but was always obhg d o gi Zam-Buk are so uniquely combined that the situation up. preparation possesses unparalleled disease des- r "We lived then at Llanidloes, Montgomery, troying and skin healing powers. Further, the Many doctors in that district were completely absolute purity of Zam-Buk, and its excep- beaten by Annie's obstinate case. A long course tional refinement enable the balm to sink easily of hospital treatment ate had ■, liW. good thit" effect as the doctors remedies, Annie often Another important point that distinguishes cried for hours with the wretched Zam-Buk from, and renders it superior to Irritation and Pain ordinary ointments and cheap salves or lini- T ments, is that the balm is entirely free from from the sores. When the hospital failed 1 rancid animal fats and mineral poisons which, went back to cheap ointments and lotions, but by reason of their coarseness and impurities, they only irritated her tender skin. Annie can only aggravate instead of cure skin disease. became so ill that we sent her for a change to Zam-Buk's ever-ready character, its soothing T. I • XT W I „ A — qualities, and constant reliability, have secured Bala, m North Wales. An old lady there £ a plac'e in every up_to-date home, and the hearing of Annie's severe case strongly advised balmisnowuniversally recognised'as theworld's Zam-Buk. Her daughter, she said, a nurse in greatest specific for eczema, ulcers, bad leg, piles, London, found it splendid in her professional ringworm, scalp disease, psoriasis, spreading work. Annie got a box of the balm. In less sores cracked hands festering and poisoned ii j.i -i-Lij i_ wounds, inflamed patches, and weeping slcin sur* than a week she wrote home and told us her faces_ Sold by chemists at 1/H, 2/9, or 4/6, or hands were a great deal better. direct at same prices, from the Zam-Buk Co., 44 When she came home I saw that Zam-Buk 45, Cow Cross St., London, E.C. owl Ina A A A STOUT ^SH3BEEZYAlCNDlP5 The Medical Magazine saps ff GOOD STOUT is a RARITY, and yet it is a palpable truism that STOUT medically considered, iSt taken all round, perhaps the 1 Most Valuable of Alcoholic Nutrients. ] Spirits stimulate, but do not nourish* Wines stimulate, but their I nourishing power is feeble, if any. The same applies to beer. 1 OAKHILL INVALID STOUT is the BEST PREPARATION we know of. It is particularly 1 well adapted for Nursing Mothers." I Sold in Cask and Bottle by our Agents in this district. I Send post-card to-day, giving name and address of 1 your usual Merchant, for Free Booklet dealing I with facts which everyone should know. 1 SEND NOW I Oakhill Brewery Stores (Dept. 20 ) Fanny St., CARDIFF J IN THE DARK. Are you in doubt as to what is the trouble with YOUR EYES P Call, and on the subject let us fill Throw the Light of Our Experience 9Gg I §i Wk Our methods of SIGHT TESTING are based on ■ H Scientific Principles. I WBL vBk Your Eyes Exa ined Free of Charge, ■ Address— EMRYS RICHARDS I Chemist and Optician, TONYPANDY ■ vHHL (One minute from New Tonypandy (station). 3111 BRISTOW, WADLEY & Co., (The Cardiff Wall-paper Supply), Wholesale and Retail Plate and Sheet* Glass, Oil and Colour Merchants. Ask your Decorator for the Wyndham Pattern Book of Art Wall Papers. S, 6, and 8, Mill Lane, CARDIFF, Ring up Nat. 'Phone 1517. 477'1

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