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IS YOUR THROAT SORE.

Peps Stop Trouble Spreading to the Lungs.

Tin-, (h;oat is very susceptible to Rudd&n uhonpea in the atmosphere, and liable to inflßir.realjf n from extra vocal exertion, chill, inhalation of dust. the. strain coughing, and many oihe« causes. Everyone should realise that in sore throat 'hpre is a vnry real danper, because when the thu'iitib in r. raw, inflf.med or ulcerated condition, the trouble in apt to creep doivn the dokcato lining membrane, which is continues right along bronchi to tho lungs themselves. Bronchitis and lung trouble often srise in this way.

Peps are simply invaluable (or sora throat, and those subject to throat ailment should always carry a box. When thsy find any warning, suoh as hoarseness, tickling in the opening of the throat or slight or pain and redness about the tonsils, they should at once fro in (or n. course ot Peps and so get imme* diate relief.

Thn modicinal fumee given off bj Peps ure irfßtftntly soothing, and, jn addition, poss"ss powerful disinfecting qualities that make Peps the best remrdy in all throat troublen. Moreover, 4ho Pepo remedy is vastly superior togargleu and other liquid mixture?, became it 13 breathed in and thae reaehea the. mouibranei? o2 the throat themselves.

Peps quiokley allay inflammation and Gnreueis ; they destroy all gorms that may have settled in the throat, and by their tonic effect enable the lungs to resist disease. Of all Chomiets and stores at I/O or 3/- a box.

l< er Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6, 2/6

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IS YOUR THROAT SORE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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IS YOUR THROAT SORE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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