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THE DANGER OF CHILLY NIGHTS

Eve-jhody NM P-p-< fnr- Trj.-Hr, Chest and Lung 3.

When the chilly nights catch us unawares the best way to ward off cougha and sold?, and avert perious danger to tbe lungs, is to depend upon Peps, tbe new and successful breatheable tablets invented by Biitish obpmists.

The idea behind Peps which ncoounta for thriuinpbaut buoccss is to reach d root to the inner tissues affected in throat and chest ailments.

Peps, by reason of the volatile medicine present in each Peps tablet, exert their direct influence down inside the breathing tubes where liq ids and solids cannot enter. The Pnps tabled carry their soothing and belling infiuenoe as fnr as ths lunga ihemselve?. to thai ary incipient weakness here is likely also to be counteracted; phlegm that is obstructing the bronchial tubes is loosercd by the same searohing Peps medicament and expelled in the usual charjnels; and all tissues made tore by repeated coughing are soothed and softened.

By this excellent Peps breathe-able method a far-reaohing and a moat tffectivo remedy is provided to (jet rid of Bronchitis, Bron' chifU colds, all Soreness of the Throat, as well as to defend oneself aeainet the terrors of Infectious Disease Gernia breathed into the system from the Rick rosm. Peps ai'e perfectly harmless, and are the idea 1 , the tafest, and the moat effective ipmedy for all those throat, chest and lung ailments which oome within the scopo o( domestic medicine. Of all cbemista at 1/6 and "dj. per box.

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THE DANGER OF CHILLY NIGHTS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3546, 16 May 1916

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THE DANGER OF CHILLY NIGHTS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3546, 16 May 1916

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