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WINSTON is always good company! (Feb, 1957)

WINSTON is always good company!

Winston tastes good!
Like a cigarette should!

Enjoy a finer filter cigarette!

The moment you touch a match to your first Winston, you’ll know why it’s so popular! Here’s real flavor, rich and full. And here’s a real filter, too — a filter that does its job so well the flavor really comes through to you.

Enjoy finer filter smoking. Switch to Winston.

Switch to WINSTON Americas best-selling, best-tasting filter cigarette!

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Uncle Sam sure did help – make tobacco better than ever (Apr, 1940)

“Uncle Sam sure did help – make tobacco better than ever

… and Luckies always buy the finer grades,” says H. H. Scott, 12 years an independent buyer

IN A NUTSHELL, here’s why we ask: “Have you tried a Lucky lately?”

1. With the scientific help of Uncle Sam, farmers have grown the finest tobacco in recent years.

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Luckies – They Taste Better (Feb, 1935)

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More Doctors smoke Camels THAN ANY OTHER CIGARETTE (Aug, 1946)

According to a recent Nationwide survey – More Doctors smoke Camels THAN ANY OTHER CIGARETTE

Everybody knows him… Early or late, he’s a familiar figure to every policeman on the street —he’s the Doctor—he’s on an emergency call!

A Doctor’s life isn’t his own to live as he chooses. There are interrupted holidays and vacations and nights of broken sleep. Emergencies require his presence for long, exacting hours . . . with somewhere a pause and perhaps the pleasure of a cigarette. Then back to his job of serving the lives of others.

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SOMETHING EXTRA ABOUT THE MAN WITH P.A.* (Nov, 1950)

SOMETHING EXTRA ABOUT THE MAN WITH P.A.*

P.A.* means Pipe Appeal and PRINCE ALBERT

You can tell by her glance he has something special—he’s got Pipe Appeal. And he has something extra special in a pipeful of fragrant Prince Albert.
P.A.’s choice, rich-tasting tobacco is specially treated to insure against tongue bite. Get P.A.! Crimp cut Prince Albert is America’s largest-selling smoking tobacco.

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Her Singing Coach Advised a Light Smoke (Nov, 1937)

Her Singing Coach Advised a Light Smoke

Carole Lombard prefers luckies because they’re easier on her throat

“WHEN I had to sing in a recent picture,” says Carole Lombard, “I considered giving up smoking. But my voice teacher said I needn’t if I’d select a light smoke—Luckies.

“I soon found that even when singing and acting 12 hours a day, I can smoke as many Luckies as I like without the slightest throat irritation.”

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More Doctors Smoke Camels THAN ANY OTHER CIGARETTE! (Mar, 1946)

113,597 DOCTORS FROM COAST TO COAST WERE ASKED!

According to this recent Nationwide survey:

More Doctors Smoke Camels THAN ANY OTHER CIGARETTE!

This is no casual claim. It’s an actual fact. Based on the statements of doctors themselves to three nationally known independent research organizations.
THE question was very simple. One that you . .. any smoker . . . might ask a doctor: “What cigarette do you smoke, Doctor?”

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