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I j THE OODEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1913.
!l The Sweetest moke " smoe how sweet and cool it vas always? No 1 1 lonSer anc gves 'cjie sme sweet smoke as the "ffl! tains fragrant aromatic oils which are released ttt I when the smoke enters the stem, making a smoke jf 7 lv f JOkUBk! j which cannot be excelled indelicacy and s-.veetness. J II ;; . The Greatest Mess in America I I ns fiJ Tobacco Buy Tuxedo I 1 X ) . The live, virile men who make this country what it llvv Everywhere kt&Jy J s' recognize the relaxation from nervous and mental ,JS gk Vv Convenient pouch, inner. iWk &r J .7 ,1, r ? . , y j?V ivVA med with moisture- wJw z strain, the restfulness that comes from smoking Tuxedo wll cA proof paper Rtx Beach, famous author, puy. I tobacco. A host of famous Americans sav frankly and tvV Wright, sportsman, author of "The 1 11 1 nn 1 1 i iTv ! VK XrfCW,rUii' T3 3 ildV.r r' "The Sil- emphatically tnat l uxedo is the one tobacco containing - -,.; : ArS'&aZ everY desirable element and not one that is undesirable. A Funo4uf ,fe.en tin r;y Tuxedo strengthens your will to do. The soothing j g ITXT j fU quality of a pipeful of this mild, delicious, aromatic Lv 1 lOc tobacco restores your poise and revives your going js. Dower by enabling you to rest. i Yow can smoke Tuxedo! No matter how often you have tried yV f fesah" 6 t0 smoe a PPe ancl failed, there is comfort and satisfaction in pipe smoking for you if you fill your pipe with Tuxedo. Z"'""! I 47 Tuxedo has made pipe smoking possible to thou- lawyers, singers, lecturers, ministers and other public I fe'fSffi&fvX S sands of men. The 14 Tuxedo process" of treating the speakers testify that smoking Tuxedo gives them the A 9s I hnest, mildest lc.:vs () the highest grade Burley tobacco, keenest pleasure and exercises a good influence on the (5 1 jjLyByV. causes luxedo to burn slowly with delicious flavor and throat. I f) I tfSO most enjoyable aroma. Tuxedo cannot bite, sting i i . . XT , . . 2 Jl I AWTWV or irritate the mouth, nose or throat. luxedo has many imitators. None of them has M yMi fc f 7 bjL'xLSBSm 0 , yet discovered the Tuxedo process. Tuxedo remains IVSr ; I . . hundreds oi well-known doctors, orators, actors. unique and unrivaled. t a .r John Philip Sousa, the March King, I I world famous Band Master, says : 9 1 Christy Mathewson, famous pitcher I . .. of the New York Giants, says : I 11 iA ?C?U1?S "-To?o" Pipe' with Wcicbscl Stem FREE to each J'J? ;!! ! ' w'" CD T7 Pchascr of , 10-cent tin of 1 uxedo tobacco. We are making this extraordi- pff 'V;: P M nary otter to induce you to try Tuxedo. We know that once you have tried M lr w4 M Kd h stickio." A JL 48 it, you will smoke it always. Call on your dealer o-before his supply of J3 AvXl-JI V J "i-u 1 thCSC 1S exhaustedand you'll have "the sweetest smoke in the world." .flUccada JC4w J B authorSofhe Stefaasaon, the Imm I 1" says: 52?l2K r?? tnbe ,f blond Geo M- Coha. actor' aathor- I plorer and writer, author of "Riderfl E Malcolm Strauss the noted nortrav- "IVhy shouldn't a nan be nilling Esquimaux m the arct.c reg.ons. says: composer and manager, says: bf the Purple Sage" and other well I I er oj g.rUypes ?r ! pen anl ln? ayl: to recomtnend a tobacco which gives as IjlH IIUJI II I Ml m J' mud, cool and soothtng "Tuxsda ounu slowly, andwiih i V known novels, says: I , cool, sweet and satisfying a im ice as " -just the sort of tobacco need. Tux- WSISISMXE smoke that ta rtt at'otna IV s the HBlk Alffll'.ll, f "Tuxedo i an ideal camp-fire com- mm 1 -- 0 TUXEDO gives ; I I (fpaj tmMI r-pij SPECIAL NOTICE TO DEALERS We want every dealer 111 0gden toie supplied with our "Togo" Pipes-A" deaIers wh ha- -cured . j V 1 V ""Jl'J supply of these pipes can do so at Ogden, New Brigham I lute!, from 8 a. m. to 12 noon on Wednesday, ! toin