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ForOld People,Puny*Children Weak, Run-down Persons and after Sickness The latest Improvement on old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions. Deliciously palatable at all seasons, Without a drop of oil or disagreeable feature, Vinol contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from the fresh cods' livers. By our process the oil, having no value either as a medicine or food, is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown away. Unlike old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions, Vinol is deliciously palatable, agreeable to the weakest stomach, and there fore an unequaled tonic reconstructor. CHICAGO by Public Drug Co., 130 State St. BT. L0UI8 by Wolfl-WiUon Drug Co. PHILADELPHIA by George B. Evu.ua. PITTSBURG by The May Drug Co. BOSTON bv Jaynes A Co., Druggists. NEW YORK ? ."* * Hegeman A Co AH Riker * Drug Stores, all o.'i Drug Store*, Kinsman's Drug mgmann s Drug Stores, and all Stores, J. 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Nigel's stare of astonishment had brought a siyile to the King's lips Now the Squire stammered forth some halting words of gratitude at the honor done to "Nay, not a word," said the King. " But in sooth it is a joy to my heart to see the son of my old comrade Eustace Loring carry himself so bravely. Had this boat got before us with news of our coming, then all our labor had been in vain, and no Frenchman come to Calais that night. But above all I thank you I for that you have delivered into my hands one whom I had vowed to punish in that he has caused us more scathe by fouler means than any living man. Twice have I sworn that Peter the Red Ferret shall hang, for all his noble blood and I coat-armor, if ever he should fall into my I hands. Nov at last his time has come; | but I would not put him to death until you, who had taken him, could be there | to see it done. Nay, thank me not, for jl could do no less, seeing that it is to you that I owe him." ' But it was not thanks which Nigel was I trying to utter. It was hard to frame i his words, and yet they must be said. I "Sire," he murmured, "it ill becomes me | to cross your royal will? " | The dark Plantagenet wrath gathered upon the King's high brow and gloomed in his fierce deep-set eyes. "By Gods dignity! no man has ever crossed it yet and lived unscathed. How now, young sir, what mean such words, to which we are little wont? Have a care, for this is no light thing which you venture." "Sire," said Nigel, "in all matters in which I am a free man I an) ever your faithful liege, but some things there are which may not be done." "How?" cried the King. "In spite of my will?" # . . "In spite of your will, sire," said Nigel, sitting up on his couch, with white face and blazing eyes "By the Virgin!" the angry King thundered, "we are come to a pretty pass! You have been held too long at home, voung man. The overstabled horse will kick. The unweathered hawk will fly at check. See to it, Master Chan dos! He is thine to break, and I hold you to it that you break him. And what is it that Edward of England may not do, Master Loring?" Nigel faced the Ki ng with a face as grim as his own. " \ ou may not put to death the Red Ferret." "Pardicu! And why?" "Because he is not thine to slay, si.e. Because he is mine. Because I promised him his life, and it is not for you, King though you be, to constrain a man of gentle blood to break his plighted word and lose his honor." Chandos laid his soothing hand upon his Squire's shoulder. "Excuse him, sire; he is weak from his wounds," said he. ' " Perhaps we have stayed overlong, for the leech has ordered repose.'' But the angry King was not easily to be appeased. "I am not wont to be so browbeat," said he hotly. This is your Squire, Master John. How comes it that you can stand there and listen to his pert talk, and say no word to chicle him? Is this how you guide your household? Have you not taught him that every promise given is subject to the King s consent, and that with him only lie the springs of life and death? If he is sick, you at least are hale. Why stand you there in silence? "My liege," said Chandos gravely, "I have served vou for over a score of years, and have shed my blood through as many wounds in your cause, so that you should not take my words amiss. But indeed I should feel myself to be no true man if I did not tell you that my Squire Nigel, though perchance he has spoken more bluntly than becomes him, is none the less right in this matter, and that you are wrong. For bethink you, sire?" "Enoxigh!" cried the King, more furious than ever. Like maste., like man, and I might have known why it is that this saucy Squirt dares to bandy words with his' sovereign lord. He does Pompeian Massage Cream over all cosmetics and similar preparations. Pompeian Mas sage Cream revives the natural loveliness of the skin, not by coating it, but by promoting the proper life and activity of the tissues. It clears the pores of all dead skin and other obstructions, enabling them to throw off impurities. It increases the circulation of the blood so that the skin is better nourished and the ruddy glow of health returns. It feeds the skin, making it firm, clear and velvety. A massage with Pompeian Massage Cream gives exercise, cleanliness and nourish ment to the skin. It is the most wholesome and beneficial toilet preparation ever devised. It contains no grease and does not induce growth of hair. Tell your husband or brother about Pompeian Massage Cream? delightful after shaving. Can be used at home, and best barbers give massage with it. Send Us Your Name, and We y if Will Send You a Sample Free We prefer you to bay of your dealer whenever possible. Do uot accept a substitute for Pompeian under any circumstances. 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