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Peps (he Real Safeguard Against Coughs, Colds and Chest troubles.

Sudden otatges in the temperature roon find out the weak ohested and spell real danger for the bron|hial sufferer. But there is one effective way'of guarding against threat and chest troubles and preventing even a revival of the old cough *nd bronchitis. Take breatheable Peps tablets. As a Peps tablet dissolves on the tongue it give 3 off valuab'e medicinal fumes, and these fumes are breathed down the windpipe into every nook and corner of the lungs. In this way a remarkable strengthening and healing agent is actually passed over the tissups be. yond the reach of liquid medicines and ordi. nary lozenges that are merely swallowed inlo the stomach. Every part of the breathing system—the parts affected by coughs, colds, bronchitis, etc—become strengthened and re° vitalised when bathed by these wonderful Pepß fumes, Soreness in the chest ' and throat are smoothed away, troublesome mucus and phlejm easily comeßup, and it is astonishing how easy and free the breathing becomes. Peps bring not merely ease and comfort to the chest, but give real protection in "catch cold" breather.

Nothing is more grateful than the relief which Peps brings to chronic bronchial suf« ferers, especially the aged ; nothing is more effeotive in guarding the children from cheßt weakness.

Peps are entirely free from harmful drugs, and are now established as the most reliable family mediaine for coughs, colds, ohills, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, influenza cough, oatarrh, wheeziness, wheeziness, whooping cough and croup. Peps are sold by all chemists and stores at 1/6 and' 3- a box. Peps are the remedy that goes to the luDgs direct.

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"CATCH-COLD" WEATHER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4397, 19 May 1914

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"CATCH-COLD" WEATHER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4397, 19 May 1914

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