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I TTT8 OGDENSTANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30, 1915.
j t ... . " ii I RIZ ' LA 'cRoTx aCARETTE PAPERS I N v. pp-: : T: ; ; " ' : " : - genuine "B'uiM" EWkam tob p I ' ' ' " v:;. ' A We wani ( iin smoker in this city to take advantage oi this : J 1 il fe ' i V ' ' l offer. "Roll M.ur nun; as the majority of cigarette smokers j I li I Urld mUCh bCttCr t CiaretteS 1 I I I LoKING TOBACCO j (Forty "rollings" in each 5-cent muslin sack) I j I Last year alone enough "Bull" Durham tobacco men, in pipe and cigarette, than all other high-grade J was sold to make approximately 12 billion cigarettes- tobaccos combined ! Last year alone over 32 000 00 J i I about the same number as all brands of ready-made sacks sold.nearly a million a day-more than all other high ! I . cigarettes in this country combined ! This proves that grade smoking tobaccos combined! 1 his grand old i the majority of smokers have learned that they can tobacco has been the standard smoking tobacco ot the roll better cigarettes from "Bull" Durham tobacco thar world for three generations. It is not sold in painted tins any ready-made cigarettes that money can buy. or fancy packages which smokers have to pay for, but I cannot smoke. "Bull" Durham comes in a plain muslin sack, I I "Bull" Durham is smoked bv more millions of because the quality is all in the tobacco, where it belongs! j 1 f