–they are handicaps in the great race of life.  Swearing indicates a lack of self-control; drinking is demoralizing in the highest sense of the word; chewing is absolutely indecent, and smoking is selfish and vulgar, to say the least, and is a habit that stamps you as second-class men, who are furnished second-class apartments in all well-regulated vehicles of travel, hotels, etc.  As a rule, smokers have but little regard for the comfort of others, and will not tolerate from others any such selfishness as they practice themselves.

Rating 3.00 out of 5

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