Radio stars (Dec 1938)

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OTIS RUCKER, Inde p endent Expert Since 1909, says: "I Smoke Luclcies Because They Buy Fine Tobacco' "I've been an auctioneer and warehouse- man ever since 1909," says this typical expert. "I started smoking Luckies in 191 7.The finest tobacco sold at auction goes into them. Most of my friends in the business smoke Luckies, too." Sworn records show, in fact, that among independent buyers, auctioneers and warehousemen, Luckies have twice as many exclusive smokers as have all other cigarettes combined. Yes, Luckies give you the finest to- bacco. And they are kind to your throat, too! Their exclusive "Toasting" proc- ess takes out certain harsh irritants found in all tobacco. So Luckies are a light smoke—easy on your throat. Try Luckies for a week, and see. Easy on Your Throat- BecauselT'S TOASTED" Smmr?econtsShowTAot-mV\ MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO BEST-IT S LUCKIES 2 TO I