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11/ mimei"w W§t^r Zam-Buk Averts Painful Operation & Cures Permanently. \/&jx B I T70R 20 years Mr. Michael Sharkey endured the tortures of piles. Doctors had I X said an operation was his only hope, but Zam-Buk worked a wonderful bEf I cure, and brought the sufferer a permanent release from his terrible complaint. Bf B Particulars of this remarkable achievement by Zam-Buk were related to mm-. I reporter by Mr. Sharkey, who lives at 298, Garscabe Road, Glasgow, and has been Pipfe:* 1 employed for 40 years as sawyer by a well-known firm on the North side of Glasgow. -— -r, S "I suffered from the piles about 20 years," said Mr. Sharkey. "I stuck to my work as well as I S was able, though often in great agony • but at times the swelling and terrible pain fairly knocked me *} £ §s 33 over. Seventeen years ago I was under medical treatment, but two doctors then told me that nothing but an operation could cure my severe case. B Having a dread of the knife, I refused to go through the operation,. though the doctors assure H me my refusal meant that I should always be a sufferer. As year after year passed without an ■9 lessening of the pain, I thought the doctors' statement was quite true. The piles made my life K thoroughly miserable. I couldn't sleep at night, and was often too weak and ill to get up and go to ■ work in the morning. I was always trying some ointment or other, in the vain hope of getting relief. ■ "A short time back, however, I read how a Glasgow workman had been cured of piles by Zam-Buk. H After hearing of this grand cure from the man's own lips, I at once began using Zam-Buk. I can't H describe the wonderful soothing and cooling sensation this balm brought. I hadn't experienced any- S~A ■ thing like it for many years. The maddening itch gradually left me, the swelling stopped, and the j & | inflammation was soothed away. I kept on using Zam-Buk until all the weakening and distressing gfj B symptoms of my complaint had vanished, and now I cannot feel a trace of the torturing piles." 8| H 1 SORE THROA T & GOLDS.—Zam-Buk will give ease wherever there is soreness and inflamma- H H Mna, jto* irac** gpat tion, and. is doubly valuable during the winter months. In cases of sore throat Zam-Buk is particularly „ BK |B8 RM !■ effective when rubbed on the sides of the throat, as near the teat of the pain as possible. Rubbing Xr.M.bnarKey, IB H B siasai Jte^ ■ Zam-Buk freely over the chest, nose, throat, and back is a_ pleasant and most beneficial treat- Glasgow. gg W ment for a cold, tightness' of the chest, nose stuffiness, and difficulty in breathing. Mothers who fly |k fl Out o it this coupon to Zam-Buk as soon as the children complain of aore throat, will be amply repaid for their foresight. Zam-Buk it an ever-ready S3 ■ and send it with a Id. healer, and the one reliable g| ■ shmn to the Zam-Buk cure for taenia, chapped H B Co., Greek St.. Leeds, |V handi, sore faces and lips, B H for a free sample box. WM chilblains, scalp sore-, ring- H| H Br AtL A 41 A B worm, piles and bad legs, SB H T,, — W IB I H bhI R9 H Bfl festering sores and swellings, m| ■ Knonaaa ljO&dtfj E9 H H aHH 1BF v ^9 cuts, bruises, burns and BSeI ■ Jan, 8/10. scalds, itching, inflamed Era H .L—mmJ coW sores, and all Hra Ems

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