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THE DANGER OF CHILLY NIGHTS.

Everybody Needs Peps fob Throat, Chest and Lungs.

When the chilly nights oatch us unawares t&e babt way to wurd off coughs and colds, and avert serious danger to the lungs, is to depend on Peps, tne new and eucceseful bieathe-abie tablets, invented by British chtmiste.

The idea behind Pepa which acoount3 for thtir triumphant success is to reach direct the inn9r tissues affected in throat and ohest ailments.

Peps, by reason of the volatile medicine present in each Peps tablet, exert their dir cfc influence down inaide the breathing tubes where liquids and solids cannot enter. The Peps tablets carry their soothing and healing influence as far as the lungs them* selves, so that any incipient weakness here is likely a!so to be counteracted; phlegm that is obstructing the bronchial tubes is looseued by the same searching Peps medicament and expelled in the usual ohaunels; and all lisßues made sore by repeated cough* ing are soothed and softened.

Uy this excellent Peps breathable method a far reaching uua most efl> otive remedy is provided to get rid ot Bronchitis, Bronohial Colds, all Sore: ess of the 'Ihroat, as well a.3 to defend oneself against the ternrs of Infecioua Di-pase G rros breathed into the tystem fiom the sick room, Peps are ptiiteutiy hurmless, aDd are the ideal, tut safest an the most tffaouve r.uitdy fur a.i thuse throit, oneet and lung aiimetitn which cotue within the scope o£ domestic medicine. Of all chemists at 1/6 and '6\- per box

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THE DANGER OF CHILLY NIGHTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3459, 14 May 1915

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THE DANGER OF CHILLY NIGHTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3459, 14 May 1915

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