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T^HIS homely muslin sack is a familiar sight the world over —because "Bull" Durham Tobacco is IffM
"*" sold and smoked in every corner of the globe! It has been the standard smoking tobacco B|^^Bffi^^^^^|lßL
of the world for three generations. ll iMll
"Bull" Durham comes to you in this plain muslin sack because the quality is all in the tobacco — nil
where it belongs. There are no "premiums" given with "Bull" Durham —the tobacco is a premium in ||nsj!^HHf|^s3pm
itself— and more millions of smokers are discovering this every year. l^2J3^^B^^^!laaJl
The sales for the last year have been greater than during any other year in the fifty-three years mj^^^^^ig^t^^
"Bull" Durham has been on the market _
GENUINE HIH A
A book of "papers" free with 111 | || Mm htfl
«oc/i SCent mus'in sack B mk I H H S M I I Iγ!
(Forty "rollings" in each 5-cent muslin sack)
''Bull' , Durham is the cheapest luxury in the world —and the most universal. It is
V the one luxury of millions of workers of all kinds —the favorite luxury of hundreds of
millionaires — because this pure, honest, thoroughly good tobacco affords a degree of enjoy
i ' W ment and satisfaction not found in any other tobacco!
No matter where you are, you can always get "Bull ,, Durham —and get it fresh. It is
jd 1 sold by more dealers throughout the world than any other single article of commerce!
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MISS CR HER NEW CLOTHES
«« J Here is charming Miss Cnstobei ior you to cut out
My yI v 1 I and dress. Cut along dotted lines of hats to fit them on
_jjr her head. Bend back tabs at shoulders and feet in dress
ing Miss Crfstobel for out-of-doors.