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WORMS.

SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. A child who is afflicted with Worms will often La in an indifferent state of health. It becomes peevish and irritable, and will have a strong tendency to pick the nose, and there will be severe itching of the lower bowel. Grinding the teeth and suddenly starting up in the sleep will also be noticed. The bowels are irregular—sometimes constipated, and at other times relaxed, with bloody discharges as in dysentery ; and not infrequently the discharges will be in flakes and shreds, which might be taken for partly-digested food. The best proof of Worms is Worms, and it their presence is suspected immediate steps should be taken to positively establish the fact; and once established, Comstock’s “Dead Shot” Worm Pellets should be administered according to directions. Worms require a specific medicine, and there is no remedy so effective as these Pellets. They kill the Worms, destroy their eggs, and dislodge their nests. Comstock's “ Dead Shot ” Worm Pellets are 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 Co., Ltd., Parish street, Wellington, N.Z.— [Advt.]

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WORMS., Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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WORMS. Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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