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M Cures While You Sleep " Whoopinq-Cough, Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Croup, Coughs, Catarrh. Confidence can be placed in a remedy, which I for a quarter of a century has earned unquali fied praise. Restful nights are assured at once. Cresolene Is a boon to ant li mat irK. All UrnjtKlntM. Send postal for de scriptive booklet. Crcsolenc Antiseptic Throat Tablet* for the irri tated throat, at your drug gist or from vis. ioc. in stamps. The V?p?:fr(soleiip Co. 180 Faltpn St., Ji.V. Hide.. Montreal. Canada. DEAFNESS CURED Have Made the Most Marvelous Discovery for the Positive Cure of Deafness and Head Noises. With This Wonderful Scientific Discovery Have, in a Few Minutes, Made People Who Had Been Deaf for Years Hear the Tick of a Watch. Send Me No Money?Simply Write Me About Your Case and I Send You by Return Mail Absolutely Free a Full Description of a Heaven-Sent Discovery That Cures Deafness. My cured patients are my best references. After years of research ak>ng lines of deep scientific' study, both in America and Europe, I have found the cause and cure of deafness and head noises, and I have been enabled by this exclusive knowledge and power to give to many unfortunate and suffering persons perfect hear ing again; and I say to those who nave thrown away their money on cheap -apparatus, salves, air pumps, washes, douches, and the list of innumerable trash that is offered the public through flaming advertisements. I can and will cure to stay cured. What I have done for others 1 can do for you. My method is one that is so simple it can be used in your own home. It seems to make no difference with this marvelous new method how long you have been deaf nor what caused your deafness this new treatment will restore hearing quickly and permanently. No matter how many remedies have failed you? no matter how many doctors have pronounced your case hopeless, this new infallible method of treatment will cure I prove this to your entire satisfaction before you pay a cent for it. Write today and I will send you full information abso lutely free by return mail. Address I)r. Guv Clifford Powell, 297 Bank Building, Peoria, III. Remember, send no money?simply your name and address. You will receive an immediate answer and full information by return mail. Consumption Book This valuable med ical book tells in plain, simple lan guage bow-Consump tion can be cured In your own home. If you know of any one suffering from Con sumption. Catarrh. Bronchitis. Asthma or any throat or lung trouble, or are yourself afflicted, this book will help you to a cure. Even if you are in the advanced stage of the disease and feel there is no hope, this book will show you bow others have cured themselves after all j ri-medies tbey had tried failed, and they be lieved their case hopeless. Write at once to the Yonkerman Consum ption Cure Co., 617 Water St., Kalamazoo. Mich., and they will gladly send you the book by return mall free and also a generous sup* ply ol the New Treatment, absolutely free, for thev want every sufferer to have this wonderful cure before it is too late. Don't wait?write today. It may mean the saving of your life. CUREPtoSTAT CURED No relapse Nq return of choking .pell, or other asthmatic symptom*. Whetzel nynteni of treatment approved by beet D. 8. medical authorities aa the only system known to neatly corethe d IMWSO. including medicines prepared for any one giving a fall (inscription of the case and ?endini( names of U asthma tte .afferent Address FRANK WHETZEL. M. D. American Kiprew Kulldln*. Chicago. ASTHMA nygtem of tre&tmeL. ^tavrou aj u. rv i authorities &a the only system known to perm a- . FREE TEST TREATMENT JJL-t ? -? ??ept. C, NEXT ox :J0 DAYS' TKIAI.. Anchor Klec irir llelt. *'?>res Rheumatism, Weak and Lame Hark ami ?,thcr diseases Ad. K. J. Sme?d. I)rpl. 2<t Hneland, X.J. come to a fair town named Guildford." '? I have heard of it. The King hath a hunt there." . , "The same. You will then ask for a house named Cosford, two leagues from the town on the side of a long hill. " I will bear it in mind." " At Cosford vou will see a good knight named Sir John Buttesthorn, and you will ask to have speech with his daughter, the Lady Mary." - "I will do so; and what shall 1 say to the Lady Mary, who lives at Cosford on the slope of a long hill two leagues from the fair town of Guildford ? ' Say onlv that I sent my greeting, and that Saint Catharine has tx-en my friend?only that and nothing more. And now leave me, I pray you, for my head is weary and 1 would fain have sleep. Thus it came about that a month later on the eve of the Feast of Saint Matthew, the Ladv Mary, as she walked from Cosford gates, met with a strange horse man, richly clad, a serving-man behind him, looking shrewdly about him with quick blue "eves, which twinkled from a red and freckled face. At sight of her he doffed his hat and reined his horse. " This house should be Cosford, ?aid he. " Are you by chance the Lady Mary who dwells there?" The lady bowed her proud dark head. "Then," said he, "Squire Nigel Lonng sends you greeting and tells you that Saint Catharine has been his friend^ Then turning to his servant he cried. " Heh. Raoul, our task is done! ^ our master is a free man once more, tome lad, come, the nearest port to France. Hola! Hola! Hola!" And so without a word more the two, master and man set spurs to their horses and galloped like madmen down the long S'?P? ? Hindhead, until as she looked after them they were but two dark dots in the dis tance, waist-high in the ling and the bracken. .. She turned back to the house, a smile upon her face. Nigel had sent her greeting. A Frenchman had brought it. His bringing it had made him a free man And Saint Catharine had been Nigel's friend. It was at her shrine that he had sworn that three deeds should be done ere he should set eyes upon her again. In the privacy of her room the Lady Mary sank upon her pne-dieu and poured forth the thanks of her heart to the Virgin that one deed was accom plished; but even as she did so her joy was overcast by the thought of those two others which lay before him. Copyright in Great Britain. All rights re?rv?l. To be continued next Sunday Synopsis of Preceding Chapters OIK NIGEL" is a romantic tale of the loves and D adventures of Nigel Loring, a young English m..r. i.f heroic ancestry, who took up the sword to mend the fallen fortunes of his noble house theyear after the great plague devastated England in the f,'UNi^l amfhisgr^iidm.ither r.re the sole survivors of the family, and the Cistercian monks of Waver lev Abbey are threatening to eject them from t Heir meager possessions. Young Nigel openlj opposes, and finally is forcibly taken prisoner to Waverley to be tried because he has thrown the summoner into a morass an,I destroyed some Wal naoers that were being served. He is sentenced to bread and water for s'?we2}P' with a daily exhortation from the chaplain. The indignant Squire de?es the guards. Just as he is X.ut t,, be shot dujvn he is joined ... h.s retrea bv Samkin Avlward, a bowman. As the conflict is about to begin, Sir John Chandos, one of the most vahant knights of King Edward, amves .n search of Nigel, announcing tfint H.s Majest> is coming to suend the night at his house. , The enmity of the monks is at once transformed into servility and Nigel leaves in the company of Chandos, followed by Aylward, who determines to hp in the voung Squire's train. . The King's dinner is held with appropriate , #*olat. Nigel enlists as Chandos squire, and the Kins' give* money to buy his war outfit. He goes to the home of Sir John Buttesthorn the Knight of Dunlin to pay a farewell call to the Knight and his daughters Mary and Edith. Edith has become enamoured of a misshapen knight, Paul de la Fosse, and has gone to his house to marry him Nigel follows to rescue her, anil defeats Fosse with a dagger against the latter s sword. Edith then refuses to marry the cripple. On his way to the sea Nigel is intercepted by Mary Buttesthorn, and they go to the shrine of Saint Catharine and plight their troth, Nigel vow ing to do three honorable deeds before returning to claim his bride. Paul de la Fosse vainly attempts to wavlav Nigel on his march. Only once does he ha"e Hope of "advancementwhen the boasting Lord of Pons comes down the road. Nigel dis mounts to don his armor; but the horse bearing the accoutrements runs away, leaving the Squire in his underclothes, and the prospective victim "tMtVaLig at Winchelsea. Veter the Red Ferret, a notorious trench si?v, has stolen the paf>ers containing the plans of the proposed sortie against Calais and made off across the Channel' so Cock Badding the port warden with Nigel and others, makes off m the schooner Mane Hose to capture him. Dying from Excess of Fat. Scientists and Physicians Declare that the Juices of a New Tropical Fruit are Nature's Way of Curing Obesity and Free ing Sufferers from its Dangers. A TRIAL BOX FREE. "Rengo Fruit is certainly one of the greatest discoveries of the century," sai<l a prominent physician yesterday. "I will liavc to mlnlit this, though it will rob us reputable physicians, as well as tne disreputable ones, of a great deal of well-paying business, for fat |>eople will not have any use for drug prepa rations after they have tried Rengo Fruit. Our efforts in the pant to relieve sufferer* from excess fat have been honest efforts, but of very little avail The one real remedy had not been dis covered. I am prescribing Rengo Fruit now." #R*:iigo Fruit is Nature's own way of curing , obesity, and it does it in that perfectly harmless way in which nature does all things. It reduces the weight to a normal point, builds up the general physical condition, replaces the flabby fat with strong muscles and gives the patient a new lease on life. It is pleasant to take and its beneficial effects are felt from the very beginning. If you suffer from excess of fat send your name and address to-day for a trial package of Rengo Fruit mailed free in plain wrapper. Address Rengo Co., 468 Main St., Augusta, Mich. CONSUMPTION Bronchitis, Catarrh CURED FREE TRIAL TREATMENT of California's marvelous discovery, and also an elegantly illustrated book telliug all about it, will be mailed to anyone afflicted with consumption, bronchitis or catarrh, in order to prove* that the core can positively be made in the patient's own room, without change of climate, and without stomach dosing. . This new, direct treatment method, CONDOR INHALATION, cures in wonderfWly quick time, paiu in either lung or between F shoulder blades, coughs that stay. raw throat, con stant spitUng, /aiding matter, hemorrhage, difficult breathing, sneezing spells, hoarseness, lingering colds, stuffed nose, head noises, flat chest, flushed chceks, chills and fever, night sweats, loss of weight, failing strength, general weakness, etc. It is now used at I eading health resorts and by the great ?. est of Ihe world's great physicians k? !iF their private practice. By means of vapor arising from burning pastilles, the healing powers are drawn into nose or lungs, and instantly penetrate aud disinfect the ulcerated tissues. This Inhalation at once opens stopped passages and wasted cells, destroys and clears out the germs that have caused the trouble, iooaens and throws off the powouou* mucus, rebuilds tissues, heals lung cavities and creates bodily strength and vigor. If you are frying to cure yourself by taking medicine into your stomach, STOP. You get the complete trial treatment and illustrated book, absolutely free of charge, so be sure to write for them both, immediately. Condor Cure Co? Dept. 132, Los A*o?les, Califorali - ?**.,&& ? Free Catarrh Cure No More Bad Breath "My \>w lliftcovery Quickly Cure* Catarrh.**?C. E. (>aum Catarrh is not only dangerous, but it causes bad breath, ulceration, death and decay of bones, loss of thinking and reasoning power, kills ambition and energy, often causes oss of appetite, indigestion, dyspepsia, raw throat and reaches to general debility, idiocy ind insanity. It needs attention at once. Cure it with Gauss' Catarrh Cure. It is a quick, radi cal, permanent cure, because it rids the system Df the poison germs that cause catarrh. In order to prove to all who are suffering from this dangerous and loathsome disease that [rauss' Catarrh Cure will actually cure any case >f catarrh quickly, no matter how long standing ?r how bad, I will send a trial package by mail tree of all cost. Send us your name and address to-day and the treatment will be sent you by return mail. Try it. It will positively cure so :hat you will be welcomed instead of shunned 3V your friends. C. E. Gauss, 53.59 Main St., \Iarshall, Mich. Fill out coupon below. FREE This coupon is good for one trial package <>t Gauss' Combined Catarrh Cure, mailed free in plain package. Simply fill in your name and addrev?, on dotted lines below ^nd mail to ?. K. ttAl'-MS Main Street, Marshall. Mich. DEAFNESS CURED AT HOME 64--P. Book which explains how every person af flicted with Deafness, Head Noises, or any Ear Disease can cure themselves at home without visiting a doctor. This book sent free. Specify Deaf Book. Add?ess DR. W. O. COFFEE 760 Century Building, Des Moines, Iowa, I CURED RWRUPTURE I WW Show You How To Cur* Yours FREE. I was helpless and bed-ridden for years from a double ruptura. Ho truss could hold. Doctors said I would die if not operated on. I fooled them all and cured myself by a simple discovery. I will send the cure free by mail if you write for it. It cured me and has since cured thousands. It will cure you. Write to-day. Capt. W. A. Oollings, Box 41 "Watertown, N. Y. DR. WHITEHALL'S RHEUMATIC CURE WILL CURE, YOUR RHEUMATISM We want to prove this fact by sending you a sample without cost. Ten years of successful use of this remedy in hospital and private practice by hundreds of physicians has demonstrated the fact that it removes the acid from the system, controls its formation, and dissolves recent deposits. Remember it costs you nothing to try the remedy that gives sure results. Write today and we will mail you a trial box. 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