Miss Rosa Heidt, of Savannah, GFa., writes us:—c'Lyon's Eathaih-
on is not only a fine tiding for any one troubled with thin hair, but it
also softens it and is the finest dressing for the hair I ever used."
MRS. JOSEPHINE B. BRUCE.
Widow of the late Senator B. K. Bruce. Now lady principal
of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, where she is
exerting a splendid moral influence over the young Afro-Amer¬
ican womanhood of the South's "Black Belt."
Haylow, Ga.? March 293 1901.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, K T.
Dear friends:—I must own that Lyon's Kathairon
excels all hair tonics that I ever saw. It has changed
my hair so fast until everybody in town is asking me
what on earth it is that I have found that has im¬
proved my bad hair. I tell them that it is Lyon's
Kathairon. So they have all begged me to send for
another bottle before this one is out. Please find
inclosed 50 cents for another bottle.
Your well wisher,
Thos. James Bryant.
; Susie Barnard, of Camden Court House, N. C, writes:—"I just
verybody knew of Lyon's Kathairon so that they might us^
see what an improvement it will make in their hair.*
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