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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1900)
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One of the friends of 'AyerV Hair : Vigor recent .'.eot-US; a charming 'photogrJ&vTrom.ich
the above illustration. While combing her hair lone .morning, her little -girl "'stole qtiietly into
and, hiding in her "mother's1 massive hair ' called out, "Mamma, ;where?s $be..' baby,?!':. :.;..,; V.
ii you arq one 01 tne uniortunates .wno nas
only a little knot 'of hair ;at the back of the
head, such ail incident must seem, qjaite.s impos-. '
sible. Yet it tells what Ayer's Hair Vigor has
done for one person's hair, at least. And if it ,
has done; thisl for others, can you imagine any!
reason why it will; not; do the sanie for you? ;.: V: .
Dr. J. C. Ayer discovered the true secret
of a succeed hair preparation over 50 years .
ago.- Even ten he, announced, "If you" want
to make, the hair grow well, you ftiust ;feed it
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" When I began to use Ayer's Hair Vigor my hair was falling, out badly i.
KC$iter .musing it a short time the falling ceased and my hair began to. grow
rapidly. I enclose my photograph'
March 10, 1899. Mrs. J. W. Strait, Elmira, N. Y.
"About a year ago my hair was coming out very fast. I bought a bottle
of Ayer's Hair Vigor to stop this.' It not only stopped the falling, but
madeNthe hair grow very rapidly, until now my hair is 45 inches in length
and very thick. I send you one of my photographs, which' shows just-
what your Hair Vigor has done for me.
July 25, 1899.
Mrs. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kansas.
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Nearly, every woman neglects her hair. IP o '"Be-suref-she combs it often enough.
, but she. -doesn't give -it any-special attention. j'lk:esV&ev:s.Mct;
gets weaker, and weaker, and gradually. the old color fades away. Then comes gray hair,
, white hair, the telltale sign , of old age ! Why not feed your :hair arid correct ; all-this?
l-'Why not use "Ayer's Hair Vigor? From first to JfeK'a'wiiilnlJair JKximfcff7r .
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.00 a bottle. All druggists.