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NIGHT COUGH AND BRONCHITIS.

Overcome by Breatbeable Peps.

Sudden changes in tbe temperature are full of danger (or bronohial sufferers unless the latter their chests by taking a few Pep? every day, and especially when exposed to tbe chilly night air. The air like medicine that oomes from a Peps tablet dissolving in the mouth is breathed straight into the lunge.

Old folki whose ohests are torn by the hacking oough of bronchitis get immediate relief, because the Peps medioine oome3 into instant and direot oonlaot with every part of the throat and bronchial tubes.

IriflAßimht on or sorerv cc in the ehe caused by coughing is at once soothed ; the troublesome stringy phlegm that blocks tbe nir passages is cat anl eisily comes up. nnd that caoking filing of auffnestion gives w*y to may end comfortabu <>r-ath ng. B«ing the breatheable remedy, Peps heal those innermost reoesse* of 'be bronchial übes and lungs thai oinnot Iβ reached directly by liquid phyaic swallowed into the stomach. Moreover, Peps are guaranteed free from opium, and all nerve depressing drugs. By giving Peps to the children whenever the weather threatens a cough or cold, or when hoarseneee indicates soreness in the throat, the will be averted at onoe. Pepa make weak chested ohiidren Btrong and keep at bay Whooping Cough, Croup, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, end Pneumonia Dr Gordon Stabled, R N,, &rite&— "Peps are exceptionally suited (or the successful treatment of bronohial eilments ; their (ecu liar composition, their direct influence on the membranes of the bronchi, and their j freedom from risky narcotics being amongst their many praiseworthy points."

Peps are Bold by Chemists ane Stores at la Gd and 3s. Be aure you get Peps, the novel tablets that n= present the curative virtues of "k Pine Forest in Every Home."

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NIGHT COUGH AND BRONCHITIS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3470, 2 July 1915

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NIGHT COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3470, 2 July 1915

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