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"My husband," said the matron,
"was a confirmed smoker when I
married him a year ago, but today he
never touches tobacco."
That's fine' approved one of the
group. "To break off the habit of a
lifetime in one year requires a strong
"Well," remarked the wife medita
tively, "that's just the kind of a will
I've got." Ladies' Home Journal, " '
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