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WHAT "COFFIN NAILS" HAVE DONE FOR MR. DUKE
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, James B. Duke's magnificent
new country home at Somerville,
N. Y., with its imported statuary.
1 New York, Aug. 28.
f If your husband smokes
If your brother smokes'
- If your father smokes
Or if your son smokes
You will be interested to hear
about the wonderful new gardens
which Jas. B. Duke is Jaying out
'With the aid of several thousand
workmen, on his estate at Somer
ville, N. J.
You will be interested to see
'how Dul?e has spent 'some $15,
000,000 of the money which your
masculine relatives, -and other
people's masculine relatives, have
paid over to him for "coffin
pails." Duke, you know, is the
liead of our great tobacco trust,
and every azure ring that art
American smoker blows into the
air adds "just a little bit more" to
the big roll that bulges .his hip-
Just how many "coffin-nails'
were burned to yield this match
less paradise of rippling lakes,,
splashing fountains, blooming)
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