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We want to reach every lady who is interested in Fancy Work and Fashions and have them read our fine ladies' magazine, l'OPULAB FA.SUIO MS. 11 is devoted to t he many in terests of women besides containing fine stories and much general reading. We want you to receive thi* maga zine for six months and see if yon do not like it, so we make this special offer: We will send your choice of these fine tinted centerpieces as described above free by mail to every lady who sends us ouly 12 cents to pay for a trial subscription to our magazine. We guarantee both magazine and centerpiece to please or we send back your money. Send only 19 cents coin or stampj to POPULAR FASHIONS, Dept.. 7, 291 Congrcu Street, Boston, Ma How Deaf People are Made to Hear Sound Magnifiers Invented by a Kentuckian. Invisible, When Worn, but Act Like Eye-QIasses. Ever Bee a pair of sound MagnlfiereT They are bo soft In the ears one can't tell they are Wearing them. And no one else can tell, either, because they are out of sight when worn. Wilson's Ear Drums are to weak hearing what spectacles are to weak sight Because they are sound magnifiers, lust as glasses are sight magnifiers. They rest the Ear Nerves by taking the strain off them?the strain of trying to hear dim sounds. They can be put into the ears, or taken out. In a minute, just as comfortably as spectacles can be put on and off. And they can be worn for weeks at a time, because they are ventilated, and so soft In the ear holes they are not felt even when the head rests on the pillow. They also protect any raw Inner parts of the ear from wind or cold, dust, or sudden and piercing sounds. * ? ? The principal of these little telephones is to make It as practical for a deaf person to hear weak sounds as spectacles make It easy to read fine print. And the lunger one wears them the better his hearing should grow, because they rest up and strengthen the ear nerves. To rest a weak ear from straining Is like resting a strained wrist from working. Wilson's Ear Drums rest the Ear Nerves by making the sounds louder, so it is easy to understand without tiding and straining. They make deaf people cheer ful and comfortable, because such people can talk with their friends without the friends having to shout back at them. They can hear without strain ing. It is the straining that puts such a queer, anxious look on the face of a deaf person. Wilson's Ear Drums make all the sound strike hard on the center of the human ear drum instead of spreading It weakly all over the surface. It thus makes the center of the human ear drum vibrate ten times as much as if the same sound struck the whole drum head. It is this vibralion of the ear drum that carries sound to the hearing nerves. When we make the drum vibrate ten t.mes as much we make the sound ten times as load and ten time# as easy to understand. Deafness, from any cause, earache, buzzing noises in the head, and running ears, broken ear drums and other ear troubles are relieved and cured by the use of these comfortable little ear-Test ers and sound-magniflers. The picture at the top shows just bow these little sound magnifi ers come to you, with the Instru ments for plac ing them In the ear holes, and the picture at the side shows one of them in actual use. A sensible book, about Deafness, tells how they are made, and has printed in It letters from hundreds of people who are using them. Clergymen, Lawyers, Physicians, Telegraph Operators, Trainmen, Workers in Boiler Shops and Foun- _ dries?four hundred people of all ranks who were Deaf, tell their experience in this free book. They tell how their hearing was brought back to them al most instantly, by the proper use of Wilson's Ear Drums. Some of these very people may live near you, and be well known to you. What they have to say Is mighty strong proof. This book has been the means of relieving thou sands of Deaf people. It will be mailed free to you If you merely write a post card for It today. Don't put off getting back your hearing. Write now, while you think of it. Get the free book of proof. Write for it today to The Wilson Ear Drum Co , 343 Todd Building, Louisville, Ky. but give out what he hath taken in. John, John, you grow overbold. But this I tell you, and you also, young man, that as God is my help, ere the sun has set this night the Red Ferret will hang as a warning to all spies and traitors .from the highest tower of Calais, that every ship upon the Narrow Seas, and every man for ten miles round may see him as he swings and know how heavy is the hand of the English King. Do you bear it in mind, lest you also may feel its weight!" With a glare like an angry lion he walked from the room, and the iron-clamped door clanged loudly behind him. Chandos and Nigel looked ruefully at each other. Then the knight patted his Squire upon his bandaged head. "You have carried yourself right well, Nigel. I could not wish for better. Fear not. All will be well." "My fair and honored .lord," cried Nigel, "I am heavy at heart, for indeed I could do no other, and yet I have brought trouble upon you." "Nay, the clouds will soon pass. If he does indeed slay this Frenchman, you have done all that lay within your power, and your mind may rest easy." " I pray that it will rest easy in Para dise," said Nigel; "for at the hour that I hear that I am dishonored and my prisoner slain I tear this bandage from my head and so end all things. 1 will not live when once my word is broken." "Nay, fair son, you take this thing too heavily," said Chandos, with a grave face. " When a man has done all he may there remains no dishonor; but the King hath a kind heart for all his hot head, and it may be that if I see him I will prevail upon him. Bethink you how he swore to hang the six burghers of this very town, and yet he pardoned them. So keep a high heart, fair son, and I will come with good news ere evening." For three hours, as the sinking sun traced the shadow higher and ever higher upon the chamber wall, Nigel tossed feverishly upon his couch, his ears straining for the footfall of Aylward or of Chandos, brnging news of the fate of the prisoner. At last the door flew open, and there before him stood the one man whom he least expected, and yet would most gladly have seen. It was the Red Ferret himself, free and joyous. With swift furtive steps he was across the room and on his knees beside the couch, kissing the pendent hand. "You have saved me, most noble sir!" he cried. "The gallows was fixed and the rope slung, when the good Lord Chandos told the King that you would die by your own hand if I were slain. 'Curse this mule-headed Squire!' he cried. 'In God's name let him have his prisoner, and let him do what he will with him so long as he troubles me no more!' So here I have come, fair sir, to ask you what I shall do." " I pray you to sit beside me and be at your ease," said Nigel. "In a few words I will tell you what I would have you do. Your armor I will keep, that I may have some remembrance of my good fortune in meeting so valiant a gentleman. We are of a size, and I make little doubt that I can wear it. Of ransom I would ask a thousand crowns." "Nay, nay!" cried the Ferret. "It would be a sad thing if a man of my position was worth less than five thou sand." "A thousand will suffice, fair sir, to pay my charges for the war. You will not again play the spy, nor do us harm until the truce is broken." "That I will swear." "And lastly there is a journey that you shall make." The Frenchman's face lengthened. "Where you order I must go," said he; "but I prav you that it is not to the Holy Land." 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