THREAD WORMS IN A CHILD, AND
ALSO IN ADULT.
Tho enmnlete- manner in which COMSTOCK’S “DEAD SHOT'’ WORM PELLETS eradicate Worms is strikingly illustrated in the statement published below. The statement is one freely given by Airs ■A. Bristow. 37 Regent street, Sydney, N.S.W., whose little girl of seven had been troubled with these parasites, and also concerning a friend, who had been troubled in a like manner for 20 years. Mrs Bristow’s statement is as follows ;—- “My little girl, aged seven years, was subject to Thread Worms, which -caused her to be peevish, irritable, and restless at night, with a voracious appetite, and I procured all- sorts of remedies for her, but without avail, until I saw Comstock's ‘Dead Shot 1 Worm Pellets advertised, and my husband told mo to buy them. I did so, and after she had taken one box and a part of the second all traces were eradicated, having passed great numbers of them. Since then a friend of mine, who had suffered also from Thread Worms for 20 years, enduring much discomfort, rendering her pale, sallow, and thin, and which caused her much internal trouble, with a feeling of sickness, during this time using all sorts of remedies, such as turpentine and different Worm Powders, t-n remove them, ! without avail. At length she was induced to try Comstock’s ‘ Dead Shot ’ Worm Pellets, and after taking the third box (following the directions minutely) she was pleased to find that the worms not only ceased to trouble, but that all trace of them had left her, that her health was returning, she was increasing in weight, and getting n better color. She cannot speak too highly of them, and recommends them to all whose chihh'en are suffering in this way.”
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 f)d per packet, or will be sent post paid at the same price by the W. H. Comstock Company, Ltd., Parish street, 'Wellington, N.Z.— [Advt.]
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THOROUGHLY ERADICATED,, Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915