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of rolling 'ern with P. A. It's just like this:? YOU .sure never will know the joy of smoking a "makinVcigarette until you roll upsome Prince Albert and go to it like you were wise-o! That Prince Albert flavor, that Prince Albert fragrance, that Prince Albert smoothne.ss, just makes you .sit upand wonder whereyOU'V? been since this bully stuff has been tickling the palates of men all over the nation. It's as much a revelation in a cigarette as in a jimmy pipe? and that's no idle say-so. Any where, any time, you lay 100 to 1 odds on friiNGE Albert the national joy smoke Don't say you like some other brand better if you've never smoked P. A.! That gets you in bad with yourself. Be fair to your tongue and your throat. Prince Albert can't bite and it can't parch, because the exclusive patented process cuts em out! And press the button here: No other tobacco can be made like Prince Albert! You get the P. A. sunshine habit, men, for here's tobacco that opens the morningcheerlul-like. You roll a few right after breakfast and get on an even keel for the whole day. Do this little thing NOW for what ails your smokappetite7 Buy P. A. around the corner or any where you land. In toppy red bagt, 5c; tidy red tint, 10c; and handsome pound and half-pound humidort. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.