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OVER-EATING. «» HOW INJURIOUS EFFECTS CAN BE CORRECTED. Probably there are no people who eat to such excess as the* New Zealanuer. From early in the morning till l;jte at night they are eating and '"ritiiririg. Nature canot stand such a strain^ and consequently unless help is given injurious effects follow, too numerous to mention here but well known to most people. You are told to eat anything, and as much as you like so long as you take some brand of digestive tablet afterward. It cannot be done; Nature can only carry just so much and no more unless effective assistance vis given. In Dr. 'Morse's Indian Root Pills a remedy is at hand that will effectively assist Nature to carry excessive burdens, and in a natural way assist in 1" the digestion and assimilation of food. No one is recommended to ocver-eat, but if they do have recourse at once to a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills and soon the digestive system will be in perfect order, and can be kept right if care is exercised regarding the quantity of food, and a Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pi}l is taken occasionally. '

RAILWAY TRAVELLING. Closed up carriages and vitiated atmosphere make the system susceptible to attack from disease microbes. Then it is time to sniff up'or gargle cleansing and healing "Fluenzol," and prevent the bacilli entrenching themselves in throat or nasal cavity. Insist on "Fluenzol." Everywhere 1* Wind 2i 6d.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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