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drs prichabdj jones and _ maul xnd to ri Dental Surgeons. bai:lows r.ur dings, coined MiKFOI D >ND COLOMB; STREETS, CI MS I CHURCH. Wl'lliHE 1161. BOX 236 ' -* js-aflMa-w a.-■ -' ■- •• i. \.- <^ v < -J ij n 'I^ >" ■ Vtv -, /:\J h| TT Myriads of jv-;o:-.53 Germs. ' matter how sanitarily clean a il ci y may be, Llieve are enough to contaminate everybody. \'y -c ■-;uirou:i(iwl by gcrms'ivhich ,1-rry mv-.-.1, nourish and support. , -Wase if we give them a chance, and '■ ;.■ we do—as a ru'.e-from i..r:.or- " a'-Vce but quite often from negligence | ' in keeping tlw skin in a sanitary l J condiuo'.. . . . Germ life the rec- ! cv'v<6t<\ b-.sis of disease, is transmitl ted tl'iotii/h the air on to the skin, i 01 - by contact per medium of the I ! r ,il; ■! '-to handling coins or other ! artieleWvanmngwithUiem In this i wav the germs are carried to the ', mouth or abnised skin surface, the re-s-it is, if you are weak or the skin * 't.rokcn, serious disease follows. 1 ' -.v.-.vflvsuseZam-BukSoapin r ; ihe daily cleansing of the skin and he perms that alight on it are at I once destroyed. It is a powerful germicide and at the same tune creates skin health, purity ana softness. 1 WmmCh mists bt res and The 7/un-I uk. 9 j Fl ° jit ß to 39 Fitt feiriet Sidney v IS Thie diagram chews Nature's W "■ HI onty way to the lungs, and clearly fe j|Jj demonstrates the fact thatordinary j§; o jHJ medicine taken into the stomach $m~' ii H cannot benefit the lungs, r whether Wm H| it ie sucked from ordinary lozenges, ||| (j || or taken in liquid form. • ra| s- H le eps way °* bathing R l' B throat and lungs with invigorating, ||| HI demulcent and germicidal pine- ||1 in fumes, is quite unique. Peps are ||| rS H I,o ' mere lozenges from which Bα ' B medicines arc sucked mm H '"'° '^ c e V >mac ' l < eoJubl* jSI U H iiibleta which emit genuine ||| .a Iμ volatile pine-fumee as they die- j§S| i. 11l solve pleasantly on tbo tongue. l|3 H These rich pine essences mix with U ii, BH the air we breathe, carrying to Wm a Wm *' ie fu corner of the tm H lungs the essences of the pure hH dHa P' nes, t no world's greatest lung WS Si Peps are thus an entirely nniqu* Mm H remc^T or ar safeguard against ° HI throat and chest troubles. WSk ijH 9 //6 and 3}- per box. %M H EY. woman mny not t|© t IK Jiandsome, taut every wo- s ■I man should keep with care j$ in the good points Natui'o has » m endowed hep with. . . Sallow g mL skiu, dull eyes, a blotchy complexion W Eg —these no woman need have who S II P*y* proper attention to her health. f 111 Where constipation, liver derange- | ■■. II lueut, blood impurities and other ir- f || regularities exist, (food compkjcio.i, fa H hngtit eyes ami sprightly movements X •(A cauiiot exist. Internal derangeirients ft If reveal themselves sootier or later on If KJ the surface. Headache, dark rings * II around the eyes, saUcm skin, labored % IB heavy movements, a constant tired £i B leelinr;—all these mean thai the liver '-' Kg »ud digestive organs are iieeiiiiip help S H and coL-rectiou. Bile Brans' K ive I Hj tlii3 n.cessary lielp. They purely -V fli vegetable, and they work'in N il'ire's '•% m own w.iy. They do not mere yII isll if* m thttbo.velsaiidcleurouttlielivei cells ii BS\ They lone up the liver and stomach tii $ M so, bii while more effective fhaii the \ m medic; ies hitherto obtainable, th-y I' Ul ere, at the same time, more mid in 11 the v operation, and are suilaine (or ?' Il the most delicate onsiitutiou. to* Bile Beans Promptly euro s> If Biliousness, Indigestion, IJcidaclie ' r M Constipation, Aitnmia, ' Uizzii,-,.. M Debility, Nausea an I all μ-t' H AJlmeats. Price, i/t'i per bix or 2/0 ;. m large family size, coutaiuinc i ii.-,',. H time* the quautity oi the j/itf si« f

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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