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ALIVE WITH WORMS.

* COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS PROVED AN EXCELLENT REMEDY. Mrs M. Johnson, 135 Elizabeth street, Wellington, N.Z., writes: "Permit me to express my grateful appreciation of the value of your Comstock's ' Dead Shot' Worm Pellets. My little girl, aged three years, was very bad, continually picking her nose, and jumping about in her sleep at nights, till she was afraid of being left alone night or day. My husband, after bringing home different so-called remedies and ' certain cures,' all of no earthly good, decided to give Comstock's ' Dead Shot' Worm Pellets a fair trial. I smiled when I saw what he had, as I was sick and tired of trying to cure the poor child. After taking the first dose the result was marvellous ; she must have been simply alive with worms. I continued the treatment, giving her a pellet in the morning and a teaspoonful of castor oil at night, and I am pleased to say that she is thoroughlycured, and has had no return of the s,jmp tonis." Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets axe a purely vegetable medicinal preparation for the eradication of worms in children and adults. For sale by all chemists and storekeepers, price 2s 9d per packet, or will be sent post paid at the same price by the W. H. Comstock C 0.,, Ltd.. Parish street. Wellinjilou, N.Z.—i44P*^-~

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ALIVE WITH WORMS., Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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ALIVE WITH WORMS. Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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