National Geographic : 1919 Jul
Shakespeare's "Seven Ages of Man" pay tribute to HORLICK'S ori.,g Malted Milk From across every sea and land have come thousands of grateful letters (a few are reproduced in opposite column) to the Horlick offices, paying tribute to Horlick's Malted Milk. Mothers of contented babies, soldiers after a campaign, explorers back from the ice fields, high tension business and professional workers, invalids and the aged all tell of the different needs that "Horlick's" has satisfied. "Horlick's" has proved itself to be an excellent food for every age of Shakespeare's "Seven." It is so complete in itself as to con tain every element of nutrition necessary to sustain life-even of the most robust-and yet it is per fectly digestible by the delicate stomach of the infant and the invalid. The Original Round Package for over a third of a Century ii AND RAVELE ; i aredbyDissolving inw e. HALTED MI INE.wIS.. U.S.A lrrTAIN. BLOUGH. BUCKS. "Firstthe infant in the nurse's arms" "Words fail to express how grateful I am to Horlick's Malted Milk. My babe was given up; it was said she would not live through the night. But the next morning it still 1 . lived, and while we anxiously watched it, a neighbor per SL suaded us to try 'Horlick's.' It was like putting oil on the wick of a dying lamp; she improved rapidly, and is now the joy of the house" "Then the school boy with his shining morning face'" "I raised five children on 'Horlick's,' and they all love it d still. It can't be beat as a nutritious lunch between meals for a growing boy or girl" "Then the soldier seeking reputation at the cannon's mouth" "Clara Barton of the Red Cross in her stories of the Span ish American War tells how Colonel Roosevelt asked the Red Cross to sell him some supplies for some sick men in 3d his regiment, but she declined. We cannot sell them, but you can have them for asking. Oh, then I do ask for them-All right, what is on your list? The list was Hor lick's Malted Milk, etc. Colonel Rooseveltslung the heavy sack over his shoulder, and trudged off through the jungle" "And then the lover with his ballad" "Horlick's growth as a fountain favorite has been mar velous. A constant stream of young couples in the after Snoon and evening call for Horlick's Malted Milk, choco 4th late or plain. 'Horlick's' is a favorite lunch hour drink around universities with the students. A glass making a meal, they find it very economical and healthful" "And then the justice full of wise saws" "When I need an invigorator as the result of my work L1L I drink a cup of 'Horlick's.' I have used it constantly for Otil several years, and find it cannot be beat for weak stomach, as a diet. In fact, it is all that is claimed for it" "The sixth age with spectacles on nose" "I am 50 years old, and consider it a fortunate day when a friend induced me to try a cup of Horlick's Malted 6th Milk. I used it with benefit and pleasure two or three times a day. It is delicious and has done me a world of good" "Last scene of all that ends this eventful history" "I could not do without it. It surely is a sleep producer *7h and I am a nervous person, but Horlick's Malted Milk S has helped me greatly. I have learned by experience that 'Horlick's' is as excellent for well people as for invalids" "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you" Trial sample mailed upon request HORLICK'S MALTED MILK CO., Racine, Wis., U. S. A.