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Peps Give the Best Relief in the Quickest Time.

The remedy that commonds itself most to mother ia the one that gives the best re° lief tn the quickest time, without any of the unpleasant after-effect os some household medicine?. In tho case of coughs and colds, tiat remedy undoubtly is Pep 3, the wonderfu tablet? that prevents colds running through th" .

When drugs occur in chest medicines there id great danger of the heart's atraotion being abversely affected. This objection applies to many lozenge and liquid cough and cold remedies, 'bronchitis cures," and langs tonics, but in Peps the objections has been succesfully overcome. There are no harm- , ful drugs in Pep?, The fumes given of! by Peps tablets as they dissolve in the mouthf not only disinfect the air as it is breathed down into the lungs, but they destroy all germs that have got into the breiithing passages. Peps also allay in* flammation and soothe every bit of the tender membrane that lines the throat, b onohlal tubes and lunge, When you realise ihat a cough or sneeze may be the treans qf soattpring broadcast millions of inf eotious germs, and stopping the trouble with peps becomes very evident. There is no better protection for the throat and oheet than Peps, and if a box of these novel tablets is aiways kept in the cupboard for regular use, the family is bound to be ktpt from iufeotious and trouble ooughs and colds. r Get a 1/6 box of Peps from your ;Ohemiaior.Store tciday, . /

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INFECTIOUS FAMILY COLDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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INFECTIOUS FAMILY COLDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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