Lost all Desire for Tobaceo

For twenty-five years I smoked, and for eighteen years chewed tobacco. I had rather smoke a good cigar than eat a meal. I had a great desire to quit the loathsome habit. I had reached that point where I averaged an expenditure of one dollar and thirty-five cents a day for cigars, and had said I would give five hundred dollars if I could be free from the desire for it.

I had tried many times to quit, just as many others have done, but only succeeded for a very short period when I would begin again with renewed effort.

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