National Geographic : 1915 Jun
For forty years I've been smok ing a cigar made from a tobacco I buy in the Vuelta district in Cuba. I've never found its equal. My friends and their friends have insisted on my supplying them from my private stock. So now there are over 12,000 of them ordering together. We keep one man busy selecting only the choicest leaves. Co-operative Plan Means Mutual Saving This Co-operative Club buys over2, 000,000 cigars a year. So they secure quantity prices. We have no dealers nor salesmen. Here again is a saving. We can sell about 100,000 of our present supply. We've put the price at $5.00 per hun dred, $2.60 for 50-which is about what they cost us. If they could be purchased at a store they would cost twice as much. First Five Free We're perfectly willing to have you try a few to decide for yourself that they can't be matched anywhere. We are sure you' 11enjoy their rare, mild flavor and delightful aroma. Merely send us 10c for pack ing, revenue, and postage and Exact Size try your five free. If they please you, we'll be glad to have you join our club. Don't delay. Write today for trial cigars, but please use your business letter-head or enclose your business card. J. Rogers Warner 970 Lockwood Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. JUST PUBLISHED An Important Biography SPENCER Octavo FULLERTON 19 Illustrations Buckram, Gt. Top BAIRD $3.50 net. Postage extra BY WILLIAM H. DALL, A.M., D.Sc. The life of the great naturalist, the friend of Agassiz and Audubon, the head of the Smithsonian Institution, the Organizer of the Fish Commission. With much interesting correspondence with eminent men of science and military leaders. The Edition is Printedfrom Type and no more will be Published. J. B. LIPPINCOTT CO. Phila., Pa. "srS eri c A monthly Magazine with the big Purpose of entertaining while it is giving information. Specialdepart ments written in a thoroughly understandable way on sciene, mechanics, electricity, moving pictures, war, practical utilities, etc. A Magazine for every member of the family. A Free copy sent postpaid. Write fur it today. THE WORLD'S ADVANCE 225 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City Lunch Outdoors This Basket Keeps Things Fresh Pack your 'unch, go for a ride in the motor over country roads to some wooded spot. What greater pleasure than dining with Nature as host? Put in the lunch, bottles and all. "A Rest and a * J'awxlieye Refrigerator Basket The repast will be ready to serve, fresh and delicious at your journey's end. A sniall piece of ice in a sanitary compart meat keeps the contents cool. Does not drip. Dirt, germs and insects cannot tonch t the food. Write for illustrated folder D. Pr BURLINGTON BASKET WORKS, lowas S BURLINGTON, N. W ., IOWA. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."