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Lung Weakness Warded Off By Peps

Never neglect a cold, and don't treat it in ahappy-goducky fashion. You run into real danger if you do. Chronic winter cough, bronchitis, asthma, ard inflammation on the lungs are invariably traceable to neglected colds, and when the lungs are strained.and weakened by constant coughing they more readily suocumb to pleurisy, pneumonia, and even con. sumption.

Directly one f els a slight hoarseness in the throat; has a tickling cough, or a sen sation of soreness and tightness about tbe chest, the best thing to do is to take a few Peps tablets. The incomparable value of Pepß for coughs and colds and dangerous complications is traceable to a unique feature in the remedy. Peps treat by direct contact the real seat of disease in the throat, bronchail tubes, and lungs.

When the little Peps tablet (taken from its -ilver wrapper) is placed on the tongue, powerful healing fumes are given Off by the dissolving tablet, and are carried with the oreath into all parts of ths throat and chestChtst comfort accompanifS every deeply.drawn breath of the Peps-laden air. Snrenefs in the throat is quickly allayed. That desire to free the ibroat by "hawking" leaves one. and the dry, hacking cough coon ceases to be troublesome. Preserve with the Peps direct treatmpnt and tightness of tbe chest is released, while the phlegm that chokes the bronchial tubes is loosened and 'asi'y expectorated. The breathing gets easier and soreness rapidly disappears. Peps are tie one medicine to arrest a cold and simultaneously give to every part of the throat, lungs, and chest, the strenght and help necessary/to successfully resist the evil effects of damp, cold, or foggy weather. Peps are sold by all Chemistß and storesau 1/6 or 3/- a box. Ba sure you get Peps.

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PERILS OF NEGLECTED COLDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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PERILS OF NEGLECTED COLDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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