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I HE SAVED LIFE. I HOW PARSON ADAMS 'WON TEB V.C. THE Victoria Cross is given chiefly for rescuing life. The Rev. J. W. Adams, V.C., whose, death was lately announced, is the only clergyman who The late "Parson Adams," V.O. ever received that most honoured of decorations. He rescued two soldiers wounded in the Afghan war, ° The subject of rescue recalls the case of a Man- chester lad who, according to the Lancashire papers, was the subject of a wonderful rescue for which no one will get medal or decoration, or any reward but the thanks of a grateful family! He is 18 years old. For years he dragged him- self about on crutches, a Lifelong Cripple. Dr. Williams' pink pills made him strong and welL He can run like a lamplighter now This young man, now employed in a Man- chester insurance office, is Leonard Naylor, of 99, Nelson-street, Bradford, Manchester (not Bradford, Yorkshire). He said: "I was ill and a cripple for a long time, and walked on crutches. I had disease of the spine. The illness came on in a creeping sort of way. At first, after run- Mr. Leonard Naylor. (From a Photograph by Mccybwry, Piccadilly, Manchester.) ning about for a. short time, my right leg used to give way. It appeared lifeless, and I could not even feel the pressure of my own hand on it. It was a dead leg. By the end of the year the paralysis had crept upon me so that I was only just able to crawl about, and by the end of the second year I was unable to get out of the house. The doctors said my case was hopeless. How- ever, having taken Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people, I am now quite well, and able not only to walk, but to rnn." Mrs. Naylor, the young man's mother, gave a few additional details of the case. "His young life," she said, "was a burden to him. He was only just able to get about on crutches. We tried bottle after bottle of medicine without suc- cess. Then Dr. Williams' pink pills were recom- mended. By the time he had taken two boxes he was able to get out, and before he had finished the fourth box he threw his crutches on one side. After a few weeks he went to work." Is not this a rescue not less remarkable than any doughty deed of field or flood? All over the land there live strong men and women who were once miserable invalids, but whom Dr. Williams' pink pills have Rescued. These pills are not a cure-all. They cure the one thing that is the cause of most diseases-poor blood. Acting on the blood, and on the nerves through the blood, they have cured anaemia, bile, consumption, bronchitis, eczema, fits, gout, heart disease, paralysis, and the ailments which women suffer in silence. It is the genuine pills, not substi- tutes (which some shopmen push), that cure, The full name on the pink wrapper is a guarantee of genuineness. Refuse pink pills that don't bear Dr. Williams' name. You can send direct for the pills to Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Hol- born-vmduct, London, enclosing the price, two shillings and ninepence for a box, or buy them at any honest shop, where they sell you what you ask for. Remember this is what Saves Life.

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