Mrs E Lawson, of Denton, Texas, writes:—"I cannot praise your
Moon's Kathairon too much, for it is the best thing in the world for
the hair. Please send me two bottles at once for the enclosed dollar "
Miss Minnie York is the onJv
colored student in the high
school at Pana, Kan., and in a
recent intellectual contest she
took first prize in essay writing.
MRS. WM. SCOTT,
an effective orator and
financial agent? now trav¬
elling in the interest of
the schools under control
of tho American Baptist
Home Mission Associa¬
Several Afro-American wo¬
men are employed as special
writers on leading metropoli¬
tan dailies. Mrs. Lillian Thomas
Pox is on the staff of the In¬
dianapolis News; Miss Lillian
Lewis is on the Boston Globe;
Mrs. Fannie Barrier Williams is
on the Chicago Times-Herald,
and Mrs. Susie P. Higgins is a
contributor to the Cincinnati
Times-Star. Mrs. Mary Church
Terrell, Mrs. Victoria Earle
Matthews, Miss Nannie H. Bur¬
roughs and Mrs. N. F. Mossell
are frequent contributors to
the columns of the best Afro-
Miss Ida Piatt has built up a
paying law practice at Chicago,
and Miss Lutie A. Lytle is a suc¬
cessful lawyer in Memphis.
That's what to ask for if you
want a fine growth of hair and
a head free from dandruff.
Allbrook, Ark., March 3, 1900.
Lyon Mfg. Co. '
I willingly certify that I have used your
wonderful hair preparation and it has destroyed
all the dandruff out of my head, and I only used
a. little more than two bottles of it. I don't be¬
lieve there is any preparation on the market so
good for the hair as Lyon's Kathairon.
W. M. McGEE.
Miss Georgiana Black of Oak Grove, Ala., writes:-" I sent to you
and got two bottles of Lyon's Kathairon and have used nearhaj"