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DISEASE FROM A DIRTY BOOK. I Zam-Buk Ends A Young Ciris* I Disfiguring Eczema. Through handling an unclean library book, Lilian Adlington caught skin disease. It started with pimples, which turned to disfiguring eczema. Mr and Mrs J Adlington, who live at 16, Farnworth Street, Kensington, Liverpool, were in great distress. The disease spread rapidly to the child's arms, and also broke out on her legs," says Mrs Adlington. Lilian was a mass of bandages ?om her toes to her anns. The child was in great trouble and scratched her skin so badly that blood appeared. "My heart ached for Lilian and her sister, Gertie, who also took the disease. Both were in a really shocking state. The doctor said I ought to seek hospital treatment, but after talking things over with my husband, we decided to try Zam-Buk instead. This rare balm quickly subdued the girls' irritation and burning. The sores next stopped discharging and dried up. Perseverance with Zam-Buk caused the diseased skin to peel away, and in its place new tissue grew. Zam-Buk thus rid both girls of the awful disease. Lilian and Gertie always wash with Zam-Buk Medicinal Soap, which they find really splendid for keeping the skin clear and healthy." NOTE.—Zam-Buk Halm is sold only in sealed packages by cheititsts and drug (lists at 1/ii and 2/9. Never sold from door to door. Beware of all worthless imitations and substitutes.

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