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THE SEASON OF COLDS.

Peps Bani.'.h the Health Dangers ot Damp Days and Chilly Nights.

Thia is tha season for coughs, colds and chills;, and the chemists report a big demand for Peps, toenoval breatheabie tablets for the throat and chest.

Colds are caused by invisible gem*3 which enter the throat and lungs through the nose and mouth. You cannot keep these germs' out altogether, but with the aid of Peps; you can prevent thera living and doing mischief after the; have entered.

By letting one or two Papa tablets dissolve in the mouth, you.bathe every remote corner of the nostrils, throat, and lungs, with an an'ißeptic and girmdestroying vapour, that acts as a powerful disinfectant, and provides the soundest defence jjigainst the germs of chills and colds.

Being'in the form of air, the Peps medicine comes into direct contact with all the deli cate breaching tubes wherein the "cold.germ lurks, and also penetratesdeepdown into tli3 lunas, It is impossible for ordinary luzengos. cough, mixtures, or liquid "cold.cures" io reach the lungs direct ; thay are simply swallowed into the stomach and ff.il entirely o touch the real cause of a cold.

The Peps direct breethe-ablo method means immediate protection for the delicate membrane that ctver3 all the aiivpasssgee extending from the mouth to the luurs "it means also that the breathicg organs are lr>pt up to concert pitch, the bronchail tubes clear of phlegm, and the lungs protected against disease.

For the old folk, middle-aged, and tht* children, Peps are th 9 .best safeguard against eougbs, colds, chills, bronchitis, asthma, in fluenza colds, sore throats, laryngitis, and weak chest. Be sure an get Peps, the unique pineair tablets, sold by Chemist at 1/6 and 3/- a box,

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THE SEASON OF COLDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914

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THE SEASON OF COLDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914

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