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FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1917.
isAtotSance
of business world
Millions of Bottles of Master Medicine Sold in a
Brief Time Figures Astonish Staid Business
Merit Responsible for the New Prepara
tion's Popularity.
lamac nas urougnt a new romrnc
ftory of an acceptance nnd an appreciation
laic.eu ny a proprietary medicne.
Staid business men to whom the a tunl liguies of the production of Tan
lae h-tvo been suLtnif t;il, have, sco'ited their accuracv until the proof is
shown. The production of Tanlac now stands at the rat.' of nearly one
and ona-hatf carloads per dt-y, or almost ti.r.im.iimi buttles a year This
inspitf o: :he fact that Tantoe is the infant of well known proprietary
medicines. having been on the marketonly thirty months.
More than in.tmo druggists in the;
Vnited Kin!
res st re enth't-ia -tic Tan
lac boostcis because they know when
they i ell : customer a bottle of Tan
lac, the new medicine is coin;; to give
satisfaction. Tanlac makes new
friend-, for the exclusive iMei;ts ami
pleases tiio old customer;.
Teniae Absolutely Pure.
The compounding of Tanlac Is ab
solutely uniform. It is made whoby
from vegetable ingredients.
There is not the slight eM mineral
taint. It is primarily a tsi:e b i.hl
er. tonic am! ,;. the,-. Tanhte h hy
far the mo-t e!l''eient reu'edy ever ail
vanced for the "-eatiiieiit of ailments
cf the stomach, l.ver and kiduevs and
catarrhal a Helena of the mucus
mtnbranes. It rev.tuiia .- t lu- i, !,.t,(:.
restore i::ll:.n.ed iivmbr.-tne to ,h. ir.
normal ; tate and builds the body
back to st rem;! h.
Catarrh is the great American dis
ease. Catarrh of the stomach and
kidneys in many ways .:'i!s to 1
pepsia and more serious cotiMNpienees.
It is Siiriiris-itli: how manv men ltnil
women are suffering frotn catarrh j
slouo. while bciioving that ether all-j
ments cause their distress. !
The symptoms of eat an It ure many j
and easily learned. They are: Had;
breath, coated tongue, headache, diz-'
ziness, watery eyes, frequent Mice?.-1
ing, dryness of the membranes, stop-!
ped up n.-n-al p..sawa. roaring sound '
in -the ears, and a net vous, fidgttv
condition. i
Run Down Feeling. I
As catarrh ptocrest-es 'here arej
pains in the stomach, ln-ek and kid-;
ney replon. Loss of appetite ami unj
increase of nervousness murk the ca
tarrh sufferer particularly. Thetii
conies a feeling of general lassitude:
that is so generally characterize I as!
"that run-down" feeling and nomas-'
Bimihticn of food th.it leads to thej
really serious cases.
Men nnd women who suffer frotn i
loss of appetite, sour stomach, gas!
formations, bloating, dbziness, sleep-:
lessness, headache, backache, dull 1
pains in tha limbs, or prow ;
molancholly upon the slightest I
disappointments .have irregular cir-
culation or ailments of the liver
and kidneys, will find Tanlac
contains Just the remedial qualities
to meet their conditions.
These sufferers need
bu'ldiiiK of the system,
many cases victims of
tion, which is th" form1
in their bodies lecaitRe
of the vital organs.
Tanlac sitirt-s the .
strut tion and : tarts it
can well be.
a general re
They are in
auto intoxica
nt of poisons i
if conjeetion
: of ree'in-j
rapidly a;;'
PASSING OF Tl
LillLElW
"I'M 66 YEAR?, OLD BUT CERTAIN
LY DON'T FtVEL IT, SINCE TAK-
ING I ANLAC," MRS.
MOWEREY DECLARES.
MAGGIE
"I'm 00 years of aire but I certainly
don't feel it, cince Piking Tanhie,"
was the enthusiastic statement Wuide
on April ti, by .Mrs. Mangle Mowbrcy,
wojl known Streiitor woman of 0U."i
Noith Madison street. Mrs. .Mowbrcy
is nianager of the Majestic theater In
Streutor.
"I had suffered from Ftoniaeh
trouble In the form or indigestion for
a long time,' y& continued. "I never
cared for much to eat and I he little
food I ate didn't agree with me 'and
wouldn't dirtent properly. Invariably
nter meals pan would form in my
stomach and make we feel miser
able." "Tunlnc iippeHlod lo me and I de
cided to try the new nn dicltte, Well
filr, it certainly has d nn the work In
my case. My digestive organs arc
wcrklnn' perfectly now. I'm never
bothered with the gas formal ions any
more. I have u hearty appetite, too,
and thoroughly enjoy my meals now
I rest, much better at night, also.
"My daughter, who was In n gen
erally run down condition, is also tak
ing Tanlac ami I've noticed a big im
provement in i.r condition lately."
LI
THEATER W&
it,
commercial world. It is tho
o.' merit never before at-
Mcnn mi
THE EA0SE OF
Mlllir FAILURES
To
ye
hesitate is
t i rue. ti.ay
i.e a;. plied
to be losi," an ad tge
, w ilh but '.ew cxc';
to eve phase of
tion
life.
Vi 'icthcr on t
business world:
i0 battletiehl; in the
or. in fact, in prae-
j tu-tilly every uiidertaUiiu
i,u;-'1l action, too -is th
action and
kcytiot;; to
j success.
j With the care of our health-the
I 'iie.'t impoitijit, yet, in many cases
jthe most iiei;k'fted of all is this cs
j penally true. Lost battles m:i be
regained; time will recuperate and
replace business failures, but with
i health it is en entirely different
j story. Om e lo.- t, this most cherished
of all treasures eon never be re
, Gained.
i I f Litu! i t".I i of sickened people, retu-
iniscer.tiy thinking, find themselves
j confronted with the ipiesrion, "Oh,
why t;id i pr my trouble 'rr.n ott,?"
j Despairinely they now reali.e what
I it would have meant to them and hew
i-a'.v it wtiii.'d have bi en to "nip in
the hud'' the then seetnitmly insienfi-
cent trouble
difi'.ettlty.
Fain is t'.e
it is Ki.ture's
iemiies. A
liver, kidnevs,
Imt now overrtheliuins
fore; miner of
warnini; of ens
nin in the
or any of the
trouble,
itiiifr tiif
'.lomach, vital or-
etuis,
le.
tib! therefore be looked after
Ht otiee
days in;
There
liven the space of a few
mean linal loss of health.
tnvu been times in the pa t
when people had nothing to look to for
uiicf. hut not so U'day. Tanlac, the
eeiei.iauvi new nierien:e, oners, as
:iiousands have iestified, ,t lone, need
ed means. As a reconstructive tonic.
Tatihie has been declared without
i-eer; in cases of stomach, liver and
kidney trouble its merits have be-n
prv.vi u a thousand times; and innum
:ra'de rormerly hall'sieUened, weak
en"! end run-down men ami women
thank the new medicine for their nre-
,: ni.
l',v
food health.
a bottle of Tanlac today,
f the thousands who wear
the
;.n'.a'
peri'ei t. health.
nit
PRIATE 01
"TANLAC CERTAINLY MUST
THE 'MASTER MEDICINE',"
BE
MR.
SHERMAN ASSERTS HIGHLY
ENTHUSEO OVER WIFE'S RE
LIEF. "Tanlac certainly must, be the
'Master Medicine' for the relief it Iris
given n y wife is simply wonderful,"
Wilbm Sherman, n gardener and
well known Ottawa man, of Pil.l
I'belp.i rtreet. iold the Tanlac man on
April 21.
"Mrs. Sherman was In a nervous,
gmnral run-down condition," 'Mr.
Sherman continued. "She was conMu
tially annoyed by aches antl pa'ns in
practically every pint of her body. I
Hitoss the trouble was something like
nervous neuralgia. Site felt tired end
,vorn on', all the timo and it was nl
mosJ Impossible for her to work. Her
appetite var. very poor, also,
"Vc learned of the good Tanlac run
(loin? for others and it was fhe that
my wife decided to try the new medi
cine. 'Man alive,' nun bottle of Tan
hte he:; eeMaiiily helped her wonder
fully. She does nil her work now
without HUlTrrinrar a bit from the tired,
wovn out feei'ns thai I'ornier'y both
eied her. The paitm and aches have
namljifily C'tilvedy left her body. My
wife has a hearty appetite now and
enjoys the fend thoroi'uMv She's
gaining In weight, and slrenclh. too.
"Tanlac bus done Mrs. Shernmu a
vet id of gflod and Cm golip; to try
Hie niedb Ine myself now."
to the
r lOGAi GARDENER
l ! mm? mm i?
Yon Casi Get Taiiiac" of Any ol
flie Live Wire' Firms
Ainboy C. Achcmhrimcr.
Dixon Campbell & Son.
La Salle Clancy's Drug HI roe
Morris Foxford P.aker Drug
Co.
Ottawa W. D. Duncan's I "rug Store.
mm
'I'anlac is Mlhiial a doubt llu
greatest iiit'didns l'w
cn"-Mrs. J. S. White
tak-
l in Siiarix o:-rioxct
it c itli ilu
remarkable benefits I've .
from tlrls ne:e metHrlne
Mrs. Clurles '.timber!
ib'olned
Teniae''
OVERESTIMATE IS
IMPOSSIBLE, HE SAYS!
Lewis rtech, well known Streator
machinist of 1Y2." linker street,
ne-
clares he can't praise Tanlac
highly.
too
had
be-
'Stomach and bowel lioiibb
caused my system pencrrllv to
come mil down." he fiid on April
.it
'None cf the food I ate iver nige:
'Sled
too,
properly. I wa ; very rest is
ami couldn't sleep at nkht.
"Knowing that I need a good ton
ic 1 decided to try Tanlac. I certj.ii;.
have n lot. more vim ami eneriry
now. My food digests and nfrrors
with mo perfectly, also. I sleep so
soundly that it's really a job for the
folks to wake me in the niornine."
HUNDREDS WASTED IN
TRIALS, FARMER SAYS
Swan Nelson, reading on rural route
Xo. 2S, Ottawa, declares Tanlac gave
him relief hundreds of dollars pre
viously spent couldn't produce.
"For years my system generally had
been all run down. I never felt, like
working," he said. I'm fast regalnin?
my health through Tanlac, though. I
have lots of energy now ami I'm rab
idly gaining in strength."
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OTTAWA FKCT: TRAT)KTt-,IOUIiNTATj.
AGENTS WANTED
The oxel'.i'-ive agency for Tan
lac is awarded one dn:;,gi..t in
every city, town and village.
Agents ure wanted and are to be
appointe-l in every city, town and
ulhr-'o in Illinois uitiiin the next
ninety days. For all agency in
format ion write or wire tiie liailey
fiaines ItfsCg C ., Inc., 411 Saks
liuilinic, Indianapolis, lad.
" 'HOW MUCH YOUNGER YOU
LOOK, THEY SAY,' ' MRS. PHIL
IPS ASSERTS GIVES TANLAC
CREDIT FOR IMPROVEMENT.
'"Why Mrs. Philips, what have you
been doing tht't you look so much
younger?' That's what, my neighbors
and friends Jiave been asking me
since I've taken Tanlac," Mrs. Henry
I'liliins, Streutor woman, of Tyler
si ret I. said on April .",0. "My relief
litis really astonished me, too," she
added.
"Tor n long time I have hud stom
ach and kidney trouble and my
nerves have been in bad condition,"
Mrs. Phillips continued. "Why, I'd
be so nervous at times, that I could
hardly stay in the house. My limbs
and feet pained me continually. I
never felt like doing my housework.
".My husband had been reading
IS!
fill
imliiuu mmi
THE El CHANGE
WOMAN DECLARES
Listed Merc
Peru Nadler's Pharmacy.
Fon' lae Ralph H. Bradford.
Streator Gaut Drug Co.
Sluing Valley Thompson's
Store.
Drug
Wenona W. II. Downey.
"Without exaggeration Tanhie
has been zeorth easily a dollar an
ounee to me" .;. A. Stlp:.
"I aetually feel like a , ne:e
teaman, since using this new med
icine Tanlac" Mrs. Fred "Awch-
er.
STREATOR MAN GLADLY
ADMITS HIS MISTAKE
"Ileforo I look the medicine I did
not, believe, what people said about
Tanlac, but my relief has proven me
to be greatly mistaken," T. .1. Me-
(jbimtdiv. retired farmer of MM South
i Hi'Mi Mr et., Streator, said on April
"About live year.", ago 1 began hav
ing trouble with my stomach," he
(oiitinued. "My kidneys "were out of
shape, loo. I'd have to get up very
often during the night. In fact, my
sysitm t:eneraliy was all run down,
"It's almost unbelievable but I can
eat anything I care for now and the
food aarees with mo perfectly. I
sleep soundly and never have to get
up during tho night on account of
my kidneys, l naturally now have un
limited faith in Tanlac."
about Tanlac and so many people
were praising the medicine that
llnnlly I decided to try It. Well sir,
I feel better In every respect now.
I sleep soundly at night and the pains
and (ramps in my limbs and feet
have entirely disappeared. My atom
and kidneys never bother mo any
more. I'm only too glad to let my
friends know what, this medicine has
done for me. I certainly enn recom
mend It."
PREPARED!
WAYS, PR
NOW BEING
Safe Guarding Health Important as Protection
Relative to Foreign Foe Tanlac Proves Invinc
ible Barrier Against After Effects of Winter7!
Hardships.
The siege of winter that leaves in its wake so many people with com
pletely run down systems, is one of the great agents of destruction man
has to contend with.
The many days of snow, sleet, cold rains and winds that chill a per
son through and through are so thorough in their work against hu
manity that few escape.
In fact. In recent years, it has be come common for people who desire
to rid themselves of the effects of winter weather and to guard against
a disagreeable state of ill health inthe summer months to take, at spjlng-
Mi UK
11 FIUNE;
S1PHS HE?
Thousands of people are today
dragging half heartedly thru life, in
large part depending on their will
power and sheer nerve to carry them
along without becoming bed-fast. But
will power can. drive the human
machine just so far then, the limit.
A trip around the clock twenty-
four hours with innumerable present
day men and women would reveal
(surprising facts.
Countless men and women, after
a night of sleepless hours of rolling
and tossing, get up in the morning
feeling tired and worn out. Then
breakfast dull headaches accom
panied with a bad taste in the mouth
make the morning meal undesirable
j to hundreds. Much the same may be
saidof lunch and the evening meal.
ine stomaen as wen as tne rest of
the body must have proper rest and
sleepless nights cannot afford this.
Consequencely people go to their
work lacking proper rest and nou
rishment, and yet wonder why their
duties are such a burden.
Thus, a sleepless night, little de
sire to eat, together with a continual
tired, draggy feeling, and we have a
fair vision of the life of thousands
of present day people.
Tanlac, the new tonic, appetizer
and invigoratant is designed to re
lieve this run down, half sickened
condition so many suiter from. It
aids digestion, and promotes assimi
lation so that food taken Into thu
system becomes a benefit. When the
stomach and other digestive organs
are in good condition the foundation
of health has been laid.
B. FISHER DECLARES HE CAN
CONSCIENTIOUSLY INDORSE
TANLAC AS AN UNEQUALLED
MEDICINE DESCRIBES OWN
CASE.
"I can conscientiously recommend
Tanhte to all my customers and
friends as an unequalled reconstruc
tive Ionic," James H. Fisher, Pruden
tial Life Insurance agent and well
known Streator man. of till West
iOrand street, said on Aliri! 2o Mr
Fisher is known to hundreds of people
in this vicinity.
"My system generally was all run
down," he continued. "So had. in fact.
j that, 1 could hardly 'cover' my insur
j ance route. None of the fond I ate
I tasted right. I couldn't sleep at night,
either. 1 always fell tired and 'all
in.
"I knew that. I must get something
at once that would build tip my sys
tem and seeing Tanlac so highly rec
ommended I decided upon (his medi
cine. Well sir. I certainly have no
ticed a remarkable change In my con
dition. I sleep soundly at night now
and feel fresh and energetic all
through the day. I have a hearty ap
petite, also, and enjoy my meals. The
former tired, worn out feeling has en
tirely deserted me. Iletauo or all
this I'm glad to recommend Tanlac
for others."
FORMS CONCLUSIONS
FROM WIFES TRIAL
"Tanlac has given my wife wonder
ful relief," George Hoysso, of near Utl
en. III., said on April 2S. "Her npp
tite was poor and the food nevsr
agreed with her, Sho was nervous,
too. Mrs. Iloysso Is rapidly gaining
in weight and strength, since taking
Tanlae, however. She's not so ner
vous now, either.
INSURANCE MAN'S
ADVICE 10 LEAD
W FOR OIHERS
PAGE THREE
SS ALL
OPAGAWDA
PREACHED
time, some kind of a tonic known to
be a system purifier and of reenn.
constructive properties.
Already many people, who have
adopted the habit of taking a tonic
each spring and have learned how
vastly beneficial it is, are looking for
the best preparation on the market
to take this season.
Scores who have begun the use of
Tanlac, the remarkable new recon
structive tonic and system purifier,
praise the new medicine as the best
spring preparation they ever tried
Tanlac does its work quickly. It
speedily attacks the impurities in the
blood that might, if left alone, bring
serious results. It builds up the
tissues broken down during the win
ter months by the daily battle of your
physical self against extreme weather
conditions. It brings about the pro
per digestion and assimilation of food
at the same time throwing off any
decayed matter that might have ac
cumulated. In fact, Tanlac literally drives from
the body the impurities accumulated
during the winter's siege.
IT
II
"I PIMPLY CAN'T TELL YOU HOW
MUCH GOOD TANLAC HAS DONE
ME," MRS. LAURA KENNEDY
ASSERTS.
"I simply can't tell you how much
good Tanlac has done me," was the"
enthusiastic statement made on May
3 by Mrs. Laura Kennedy, well known
Ottawa woman of 815 Walnut street.-
"For a long time indigestion and
nervousness had caused me no end
of trouble," Mrs. Kennedy continued.
"My stomach was in a sick, soured
condition most all the time. I never
cared for much to eat and tho lit.tln
I ate caused gas formations and in
duced severe pains at times. I never
felt like working and would go home
at night completely worn out. I
thought my nerves would drive me
cra'y.
"But, for all this, four bottles of
Tanlac have made an entirely new
person of me. I can cat anything I
care for now and never suffer any of
the tormer bad after pffwta I'm
gaining in weight and strength, too.
I'm not a bit nervous anymore and
sleep like a child at night. I go to my
work feeling line and come home the
same way.
"Tanlac is beyond a doubt the best
medicine I've ever taken and I gladly
recommend it."
PROVED REAL WONDER
WORKERJN HIS CASE
"I know I can't praise Tanlac too
highly for this medicine has done won
ders for me," II. I). Watts, Ottawa
gardener of 1956 North Paul street,
said on. May 4.
"I had muscular rheumatism," he
continued. "The muscles in practic
ally every part of my body were stiff
and sore and caused me much suf
fering. The pains were so severe I
could not sleep at night.
"Hut there isn't the least trace of
rheumatism in my muscles since I've
taken Tanlae. My nerve are in ex
cellent, condition, too. ,1 have a hearty
appetite also nnd my strength is rap
idly ro; u rning. My work is a real
pleasure now."
UNBOUNDED JOY REIGNS
FOLLOWING THE TRIAL
"I was never so well pleased with
anything in my whobi life as I am
with this new medicine Tanlac," Os
car Fide, fanner residing on rural
route No ,',.!, Ottawa, said on May 7.
"This medicine seems to have put
new life in me," ho continued. "Be
fore I always felt tired and draggy.
My stomach was in terrible condition.
Nothing I ate agreed with mo.
"I simply feel great now, though,
and Tanlac has done it all. My stom
ach Is In excellent condition. I'm able
to work hard all day now and never
feel a bit tired at night. Tanlac has
been a God Rend to me and I gladly
recommend It,"
UNABLE TO FULLY
DESCRIBE EXTEN
OF IMPROVEMEN

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