Mrs. Annio (\ Fdauvelt. of Grand Rapids, Mich., writes:—"My hah
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fell out and grow s<> iiim I was unable to do it up nicely. I tried yoi;
LYOJM'S KATHAILiON and now my hair is growing rapidly UiieKer.
ARD t. .c;rivk?;kr,
whose picture is hero .shown, is the
United States Consul to Vladivo-
stock Russia. 11b has shown much
ability in the conduct of the afVairs
of his ollioe, and hy his affable man¬
ner and gentlemanly conduct has
gained the esteem and respect of his
.associates both iu his oilicial and
■During the year ending April 30,
1900, the A. M.E. General Confer¬
ence raised for the expenses of the
organization £>11.3,455.4(> the highest
point reached in the history of the
Church. Rev. M. M. Moore, the
financial secretary, executed the plans .which yielded such unpre¬
The Census Bureau, under director William R. Merriam is
mailing exhaustive inquiries into the status of the Negro in agri¬
culture, the industries and vreal/h.
LYON'S Katitaiiion isonly.put up in one sized'bottle, price of which
is50 cents, avk cannot skni> Samples oh tkial Bottles, it is for
sale by druggists and-we prefer you would buy from them. But if there
is no druggist in your town or ho is out of Kathairon, we will send a
"bottle to your nearest express office, with All-Chaugi** Paid, if you will
send us 50 cents in postage stamps (in Registered Letter), or else a postal
money order or express money order. If you are too far from an ex¬
press office, send 10 cents extra to-cover cost at mailing box.
Address all orders to LYON MANUFACTURING-CO.,
j$g-We cannot send it C. O. P. 41, 43 & 45 South Fifth St.,
We cannot bo held responsible for goods sent by mail. Brooklyn, N.T.
Keep in mind this fact : If tho follicle or germ of tho hair is not de¬
stroyed LYON'S KATIIAIItON will promote a new growth, makes
no difference what caused the "baldness, nor now long it has existed.