"Do you have actually Prince Albert in a can?" has actually been the start of many type of a joke given that 1907 once the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company kind of patented their Prince Albert Crimp Cut pipe and also cigarette tobacco. The distinctive red, yellow and also white can featured a photo of Prince Albert, that ruled Britain under the name of King Edward VII. This deserve to was reextended in the time of the 2016 monitoring of the restoration at the Last Chance Store in Council Grove. Both ends of the have the right to are missing, yet the have the right to is in remarkably great form otherwise. Among various other wording the deserve to notes that "Prince Albert TOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UNDER THE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND WHOLESOME TOBACCO FOR CIGARETTE AND PIPE SMOKERS." The Last Chance Store was added to the National Register of Historic Images in 1971.




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