LYON'S KATHAIRON softens dry, harsh hair and makes it pliant g^,
and easily dressed. It promotes a healthy and heavy growth because
it drives away the dandruff, which must be done to have nice hair.
Mr. F. F. Davis, a talented young
coloiva man of Columbus, Ga., a
former clerk in tho post-offl.ce of
that city. Is now head mail clerk
In the post-office at Havana, Cuba.
The first colored boy ever ap¬
pointed as a page in the Kansas
house of representatives was El¬
mer Lynk, of Topeka. The first of
his race to serve as a page in tho
Indiana house of representatives
was Richard W. Thompson, who
was appointed in 1881.
A movement is on foot among
the Zion connection to erect a
monument to the memory of the
late Dr. J. C. Price.
One of the notable citizens of De¬
troit is Elijah McCoy, founder of
the McCoy Lubricator Company.
Mr. McCoy is a mechanical engi¬
neer and the inventor of seven val¬
uable appliances used in engineer¬
Warren 0. Coleman and a com¬
pany of colored capitalists have
opened a large cotton mill at Con¬
cord, N. C, and it is operated en¬
tirely by colored hands.
Jas. A. Joyce, of Cleveland, 0.,is
one of the leading draughtsmen
with the Ring Bridge Co., the larg¬
est concern of its kind in the coun¬
Eichard A. Hudlin, now postmas¬
ter at Clayton, Mo., served 10years
on the reportorial staff of the St.
Louis Globe Democrat.
,T. H. Lewis, of Boston, Mass., has
one of the finest merchant tailor¬
ing establishments in that place.
He does a large business and em¬
ploys men of both races.
Prof. N. W. Curtright, a graduate
of Atlanta University, has been
elected principal of the Walker
Baptist Institute, Augusta, Ga.
One-third of St. Louis* 50,000 Ne¬
groes are said to own their homes.
This young lady
is no fraud.
March 22, 1900.
Lyon Mfg.. Co..
Gentlemen:—I have now used
three bottles of Lyon's Kathair¬
on and I find it the best thing
for the hair I ever used in my
life and I will recommend it to
everyone. I have found it to be
no fraud as are so many other
articles that are advertised to
take the kinks out of our hair.
I will enclose you one dollar for
two more bottles.
This one says
who uses it
but like it.
Canton, Miss., \
April 30, 1900. J
Lyon Mfg. Co.,
Sirs :—Lyon's Kathairon has
stopped my hair from falling
out and is making it grow very
much. I will say that anyone
who uses the Kathairon cannot
help but like it. I know that I
cannot get along well without
it as it makes the hair stay nice
and smooth for such a long
time after combing it. En¬
closed please find $1.00 for two
more bottles. Yours truly,
Callie C. Graer.
If your hair has fallen out from simple causes which have not
destroyed the roots LYON'S KATHAIRON will induce a new growth.
It assists Nature to perform her task with ease and certainty.