National Geographic : 1942 Dec
"THE ROCK," painted by Rudolf Wetterau " ffq4 f/u eCiCfei€&#, ** . In a threatening world of shifting tides and ceaseless uncertain ties, what man doesn't wonder-doesn't pause to ask himself, "Is anything the same"? These tough times have changed things plenty, but still there are lots of life's good things- good food, good clothes, lots to do, and freedom to choose. There's smoking, and there's Kaywoodie Briar. Thanks to prudence and foresight, we still make these fine pipes from the same sweet-smoking, mellow Xaywoodie Briar we always used. Fortunately this doesn't interfere with war-needs. It might have been different. There might have been no Kaywoodie Briar (world's only source of it is in the Mediterranean). But that didn't happen. Long before the war, our men abroad warned that sources of Kaywoodie Briar in Greece and Albania were in danger of being lost. We got the briar out in time. More than enough for regular Kaywoodie require ments for several years. We brought it to America before the boats were needed for war-loads. This fine Kaywoodie Briar, selected from the oldest and best offered by a free Earth, has been mellowing in a safe place. It has been prepared according to our own formula. It will give you the satisfaction you expect, from a Kaywoodie Pipe. It has the Kaywoodie Flavor. When you feel you should have another Kaywoodie Pipe, you can get one. It will be as good as ever. You can always count on Kaywoodie Briar. This Kaywoodie Pipe is a "Bulldog" Shape Flame Grain Briar, $10. (1actual size) © 1942, Kaywoodie Co., New York and London. In New York, 630 Fifth Ave.