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ASTOUNDING ZAM-BUK CURE.

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ASTOUNDING ZAM-BUK CURE. BAD LEGS FOR 13 YEARS. A WOMAN'S GRATEFUL PRAISE. Mrs Dorothy Ann Tudge, of 24, Rougier-street, York, has Zam-Buk alone to thank for the fact that she is now free from a source of agony which she endured for more than thirteen years. Mrs Tudge, who is a widow, over sixty years of age, living with her son, suffered from chronic bad legs. To a local reporter she said "Since my husband's death, thirty years ago, I have earned a livelihood by office-cleaning. The constant kneeling brought on pains and swellings in my legs. Then one morning, over thirteen years ago, I tripped over a loose piece of carpet in my bedroom, and burst a vein. A doctor treated me successfully for that, but soon a small sore appeared on the other leg, and, probably through neglect or the dye from my stocking, it was aggravated and developed into a running wound. The pain and inflammation were often almost unbearable, and I had to give up my work. Both limbs became tender, discoloured, and were sometimes swollen. I had varicose veins, and periodically the skin would become scurfy, break out in a rash, and scale or peel off. The wound got larger and larger, was constantly discharging, and finally it left a great hole in the flesh. For all these years I was practically helpless, and enduring indescribable distress from the irritation and inflammation. My limbs had to be dressed frequently. I had all kinds of lotions from the Dispensary, but they did me no material good. I was ordered so many different treatments that I lost faith in the doctors. I gave them up four years ago. A clergyman who was also very skilled in medicine once undertook my case, but he, too, failed. My son now got me all sorts of salves and ointments. The coarser of these made me worse-all failed to do any good. My legs remained in a dreadful state, and I became positively helpless. At last my son heard of Zam- Buk, and bought a box. Upon being applied, the balm soon began to allay the pain and subdue the inflammation. I cannot tell you how grateful I was for its cooling and soothing influence. In a little while the inflammation had quite gone, the wound began to heal, and both limbs were making rapid strides towards complete recovery. I per- severed with Zam-Buk, which produced a new, healthy skin. This is five months ago, and, as I have had no trouble since, I think I may fairly say Zam-Buk has effected a permanent cure. My legs are perfectly sound, and there is not a mark or scar on either to indicate the awful state I was in before using Zam-Buk." Zam-Buk stands alone as the best application for bad legs, diseased ankles, running wounds, inflammation, swellings and weakness in limbs or joints, peeling or scaling skin, scurvy, sore backs, poisoned or festering sores, piles, eczema, psoriasis, scalp irritation, erysipelas, barber's rash, abscesses, boils, pimples, ringworm, running sores, sore breasts, chafed skin, stiffness, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, lacerated wounds, sprains, and all injuries to, or diseases of, the skin. All chemists sell Zam-Buk in 1/11 and 2/9 boxes (2/9 size con- tains nearly four times the Ill!), or it may be 2 obtained post free from the Zam-Buk Co., Red Cross-street, London, E.C.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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