H 9 missmary^ Bowman or uxtord, lnd., says;—"For the first time
~ in my life I have found the true remedy for scanty hair—Lyon's Ka¬
thairon. I have used it and can say it will do all that is claimed for it."
Miss Jennie Powell, a cook
in the home of a prominent
Chicago man, is the la test mu¬
sical woman. She plays the
violin with an aptness and a
touch that is attracting the
musical world throughout the
East. She is still doing her
cooking, practicing at odd
Lieut. Henry O. Flipper.
First colored student to grad¬
uate from the West Point Mili-
taf/y Academy; now a prosper¬
ous civil engineer at Nogales,
Sarah Hackett, a bright fit-
tie colored girl, is the prize
speUer of all the Alameda
Grammar Schools in Califor¬
nia, having won the honor
over eighty school children
selected as the b$st spellers in
four schools for the annual
contest in the Board of Edu¬
There are about 16 colored
students at Harvard College
and they are holding up their
end in fine style.
A Warm Article.
Mississippi City, Miss., April 30, 1901.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N". Y.
Dear Sirs:—Lyon's Kathaikon has no equal. Be¬
fore I began using it my head was almost bald until
pne day I went to my nearest store and got a bottle
of Kathairon. I saw where it had improved so
many person's hair, so I thought I would try a bot¬
tle. The growth was quite slow but I never gave
up hope, and it has given me a good growth of soft,
Jong hair. Your Kathairon is up to date and can't
be beat. It is not necessary to send my photo for
proof as the fact is known among all my companions
that Lyon's Kathairon has done the work. It is the
Warmest hair tonic in the South.
Yours very truly,
Miss Mary Harper, of Ozark, Ala., writes as foUows:—"I have used
Lyon's Kathairon and found that it was an exceUent thing for
hair, as it has positively caused it to grow longer and thicker."