Cigarette Pack, "Our Junior Partner." Pack is light blue with blue and brown graphics and contains nine cigarettes. Front shows a printed image of a young boy wearing a wide hat holding a cigarette. Back shows the logo for the Fairy Queen Cigarette Company. There is copy on each side of the pack as follows: Bottom, "Light This End; " Top, "Patent Applied For;" Right, "Holder or Mouthpiece combined with nicotine extractor on end of every cigarette; " Left, "Hand Made." Pack contains small printed insert which reads as follows: "If you want a Cigarette which will not injure your health in any way, smoke the "Junior Partner." They have a corn shuck mouth-piece, which extracts the nicotine and bad effects of the burning paper; are made from the purest and brightest Virginia tobacco; have no opium or flavorings in them; are hand made, and 1/4 of an inch longer than any other Cigarette. Notice directions on the box as to which end to light, and do not put Cigarette too far in the mouth when smoking for fear of breaking off the shuck mouth-piece. 'FAIRY QUEEN' CIGARETTE CO., Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors, Lynchburg, Va., U.S.A." The image of the little boy on the pack of cigarettes is William Hubbard Loyd, son of James Edward Loyd who developed the corn filter. The cigarettes produced at the Fairy Queen Cigarette Co. were hand rolled. The factory was located on Commerce Street and there was a company warehouse on Harriston Street. Eventually the Fairy Queen Cigarette Co. went out of business, due in part to the rise of the Bonsack Machine which could mechanically roll many cigarettes at once.