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ANrct.ECTKtiCOT.Dmay | turn to Bronchitis, Infln/■fKr" enza, Pneumonia or Con--H sumption. More deaths JIN are the indirect results of colds !&> than of anything else. • 11 It is at all times advisable to |41 g«ard against colds. IrrespccI tive of the danger that may M result from a cold, they arc in 1 _ M their simp-e form disagreea-r , II and annoying, lj PEPS bring the great j , Pine Air Cure ii**o jjj Every Home. j j f Peps are Pine Extract Tablet?, con'taming the rich, concentrated essences of the Pine Forests of Kuropc-thc ! noted health resorts for sufferers from j al. Bronchial, Pulmonary and Lung Affections. Eucased iv the little Peps are tnc same odours that pervade the vicn | pine forests which, when incited on the tongue, fumes of greater strcngt.i , I saturate the throat, chest and and soothe, strengthen and heal evci> } weak part. They are a natural sa.e- . uHrd | Sold by all Chemist? and Slorcs at i 6 pa M:.. j orlromThc Peps Pastille Co.. 39Pi»t M.. J ! ' lor same price. Send VJ stamp for tree 5... , il fad I x. \ I I i *""~ " | \Jyykz iL ii Harbours Myriads of \ Disease Germs. & matter how sanitarily clean a | city may be, there are enough n microbes to contaminate everybody. 2 We are surrounded by gcrms^whicli :: carry, breed, nourish and support (| disease if we give them a chance, and jij this we do—as a rule—from ignorI) ance, but quite often from negligence 111 in keeping the skin in a sanitary a condition. . . . Germ-life, the recI ogiiiscd basis of disease, is trausnnt- \ ted through the air on to the skin, | or by contact per medium of the ' % hand's, due to handling coins or other §j articles swarming with them. In this ;! Wav the germs are carried to the \ mouth orabrased skin surface, the re--0 suit is, if you are weak or the skin ' i] broken, serious disease follows. I * Ahvavs use Zam-BukSoapin [ -J the daily cleansing of the skin and '1 the geniis that alight on it are at i once destroyed. It is a powerful ger--1 mici 1" "ii 1 it the s ime time creates i t,' n Ici th puriU and soft us" 'V o Ci UStis ii 1 lhe7-uu nk * "> K<- 3TFtt&rctt Mdi e\ y^/^lKS^tm ) Ml] yf?i'y fMyyy^ i|T VERY woman mn.y not bo || nandsomn, butL'vory wo- v, nmn should keep with cai'o f^ tno koocl points Nuiaro has p endowed lier with. . . •:,ii.n V p? ikin, dull eyes, a Mutch.v c.,n : p'.,xio;i g? —these no woman ne-.d h:ivt who X F .„ IWJ'S proper attention to her lic.'.'i'i! I' Where consti]>.:Lion, liver d-nnu'e- fe *a »'eiil, blood impiiiities and 'j'l-.-rii-. >' M ifKii'ariti-.'s <2ist good coi.'ip; xon fe' fch bn.;lH eyes and sp. iylnlv movem.-iitH fc" fcf) cannot cxin. In; ;rnal tIL-ranje.nent.s £, £; reveal Ihrmselves soor.er or faler on L' the stirfnce. Headache, dark :ir... H H; •rf around lite eyes, sallow sUm, lal.orSl !. $ heavy movcmeiits, a constant vircl £\ teeliMf;—all these mean tha. thr liver and arc ne.-,:i„. ; help y' and cone. tion. BiJo Ernns ;;ive j: P Vf|o-ai,le, and they wo!'k''in"A'''in-'-N I I M own ,v. iy . Tliev do not mete vil i",h V I J 1 ! e-ils br '1 in y tone up tin: liver and !..,n i-ifj '•■ >-;3 tull; thc-i-pn.pei fu■ ■•. Ji■-ti - No- n'-.' '• .-O, . Willie ;n . fl--li ;■ ■!, ~. |';' e f i' ?l Kfe ." the siiiil- lime, nc •: c '~i i i."', ' ■" Bile 3oa;i'j Vi-j-.u;jtty r.-.i ve I liili) .-ne.s. I.i !ij; ■!,,. i, I, .„. ..'".. j '. tiai v . it-- q : liiiity ..! ■.!::■ ;., 14 IZI . ,' (

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914

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