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THE GREAT THROAT DISINFECTANT

I How Peps Destroy the Germs that Attack the Throat and Cheat. The real mischief in chest ailments'is done by germs which infest the atmosphere, both in the cities, suburbs, and back lands These germs get cariied with tha air we breathe in to the lungs, and at once start reading on th' delicate membrane that lines the noatrile, throat, and breathiog tubes. In this way they cause soreness and inflammation. Then the great danger is that unless Pep? the ren! breathe able infectiontkiilinp tablets are taken quickly thegerms will gat f â– irthert in and carry disease to the bronchial tube and lunge. & As Peps dissolve in the mouth they give off meriioinal and germicidal fumes that mix with the and oiroulate through all tho air pas a jES gconnecting the nose and mouth with the lungp. In this efficent way Peps prevents infection and destroy nil "cold, germs" that have got into the noEtrila ond throat. Soreness and inflammation are in stantly cheotcd, tho bronchail tubes are kept open find clear of phlegm, and breathing is oiade easy and free apain This Peps direct breathe-abls metod* absolutely supersedes all other treatment for thi oat and chest complaints, arid is now re. cognised as the real safeguard against in. feotious coughs, chills sore and diphteric throat, bronchitis laryngitis and influenza Sold by all Chemists and stores at 1/6 or 3/ per bos.

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THE GREAT THROAT DISINFECTANT, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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THE GREAT THROAT DISINFECTANT Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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