Pcrity is a
•' My folks down South keep telling me: "Be
dean and sweet and pure,’' And 111 bet
you I am just about the purest cigarette
Why, the SOVEREIGN factory is dusted
every morning, just like a lady’s parlor.
That’s the sort of home I have. And
I’ve got to make good all the time—in
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the look of me, and the smoke of me.
The finest, whitest, deanest home you
ever saw. Only the purest, sweetest, rich
est Virginia and Carolina tobacco enters
there. And when I come out, wrapped
in the daintiest of white imported paper
—don’t you know I am proud to be a
Yea Folks of the Sooth KNOW good blood!
You. Folks of the South KNO^Y good tobaccol
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Next to good breeding is good dress and good taste—and I have all. Thai's my • • -
claim to your friendship. I can’t say more, except—
I am imsranliml bv ^
If y*u dart film me ntam m to and^l
•aid k. A Southern gentleman is known
his word, and I have given you mine.
UwHwl Mw* at WikdaelM.
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