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THAT DANGEROUS HACKING COUGH.

Peps the Direct Breathable remedy

That "da , gercus hackig cough" cannot be cured unless the internal irritation that pro. yokes the < ough is removed and the torn membrane repaired and made strong again. Herein lies the virtue of the Pepa breathable lemedy.

Thanks to tne medicinal fumes thst esoape from a Peps tablet as it dissolves in the mouth, and which are breathed down the throat and bronchial tubes into the lucgf, the old stnndirig cough is treated and cured at its source.

Peps clear the throat, loopens the phlegm, and oxtemld a healing grateful and strengthing influence to tbe innermost recesses of the chest'tissues, far beyond the reach' o£ mere iiquid medicine. Being freo from barmfnl drugs Peps aie iba safest and best throat and obest medicine for old and young Sold by nil Chemists and stores at 1/0 or 3/, a box, nr post free at same prices direct frem C. E. Fulford (Ans..) Ltd. 39 Pitt Street, Sydney.

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THAT DANGEROUS HACKING COUGH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4423, 21 August 1914

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THAT DANGEROUS HACKING COUGH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4423, 21 August 1914

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