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pie p1 experiment of carrying et ln pedome a apedometer pedometer iPedo c ct ¬
ter t r for a few weeks fwill illfjbroliably illfjbroliablyallow il rof blyt blytshow ll1
allow that one Incomeat Income at t a ceat ceatmile a amile a amile
mile would not be worth collecting un until untUtbe untilthe ¬
tUtbe til the end of a year yearA r rA
A downtown office man min has Just fin finished 1 finIshed n nIshed ¬
ished an experiment C of this nature He Hecarried Hecarried Hecarried
carried a pedometer six weeks wcc regis registering registering registerlug ¬
tering Its total each night At t the end endof endof endof
of that time it was found that the dis distance dist9ce ls lst ¬
tance t t9ce ce traveled trueledthoub though varying uryin greatly greatlyfrom greatlfrom greatlyfrom
from day to day came to a fairly even evenaverage eennvernge evenaverage
average at the end of each week weekHow weekHow weekHow
How many miles do you suppose hewalked he hewalked bewnlked
walked on the day of his highest rec record record record ¬
ord Twenty 1 Thirty Fifty No Noonly Noonly Noonly
only nine miles The lowest record recordcame recordcame
came the very next day and nn was a amile amile
mile and a half But the average for foreach toreach foreach
each week was thirtythree and one onethird onethird oneethird
third miles or an average n of six s and a ahalf nhalt ahalf
half miles for each working day The Thesix Thesix Thesix
six weeks showed totals as follows
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gate of 200 miles mllesnnd and a half mile over overAt ocrAt overAt
At the end e d of six weeks therefore he hewould hewould hewould
would have collected 2 at a cent a amile amlle amile
mile mileIn mlleIn mileIn
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traveling represents an impressive impressivewalking ImpreJsiewullintour impressivewalking
walking wullintour tour with Us total of 1733 1733mllcs 1133wilc 1733miles
miles If made mt e iu a eoutiu continuous wus > U8 trip tripacross tripacro tripacros
across acro country It would tuke hn from fromNew fromXc fromNew
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THE BREATH OF LIFE LIFEIts LIFEItsa LIFEIts
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strongest animal of Its size the goril gorilla ¬
la also has the largest lungs Power Powerful Powerfpl
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How to keep the breathing organsrIght organs organsright organsright
right should be mans chiefest study studyLike studyLike studyLike
Like thousands of others Mrs Ora OraA
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has learned how to do this She Shewrites SbewrItes Shewrites
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has hl its it peculiarities It is described by IyWilliam byWilliam by1Villinm
William Astor Cbunlpr Cbnnlerlll hi ooThroubJ Through ThrousbJuujrie ThroughJuuae
Juujrie J uulc and Desert D serl LrtTcoiiintrul I maul ul oil oilbehalf oubelml onbehalf
behalf of his people nlld nd 1 on behalf of ofmy otmy ofmy
my own each seized In our ri right ht hands handsa
a round stone Upon the stones we lib liberally li1eruliy libertlly > ¬
erally expectorated Each then passed passedhis
his stone to his following olloWIl who did didlikewise didJikewlse didlikewise
likewise We then exchanged cxc1mll e stonesand stones stonesand stonesand
and each holdintr the stone in his right righthand ri righthand bt
hand with t11 his hi left left dug a hole in the thesoil the thesoil thesoil
soil meanwhile > uttering words of sup supposed 8Uppo supposed ¬
posed po ed magic J1a ic import In these holes we wetinally wetinally vetinally
tinally placed the stones and covered coveredthorn coveredtbem coveredthem
thorn with sand We then grasped graspedhands graspedhauds graspedhands
hands and assured each other that we wewere wewere wewere
were the best friends possible possibleThe
The Editor and the Tramp TrampBret TrampBrct TrampBret
Bret Hartes first stories appeared in inthe Intlu inthe
the > San Francisco Overland Monthly MonthlyThen MonthlyThen onthlyThen
Then lie was appointed editor of this thismagazine thismagazlue thismagazine
magazine That was In 1809 1St About Aboutthis Ahoutthis Aboutthis
this same period two or three weekly weeklynewspapers weeklynewpapers weeklyuew
newspapers uew palers were struggling for exist existence e existence ist istenlOC ¬
ence enceOne enlOCOne enceOne
One day dll the office boy went to theeditor the theeditor thee
editor e < of the Soaring Eagle and said saidThere saidTherp saidThere
There is a trump at the door and andbe nndhe andbe
be says my he has bad nothing to eat for forsix torsix forsix
six dayf dayfKetch dtl dtletch dayMFetch
Ketch him in said the editor It Ifw Itf Itweb
w web < > can find out how he does it we can canrun canrUi canrulr
run this blamed paper for another anotherweek auotherweok anotherweek I
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An Inspector iu pector arrived unexpectedly une pectedly at ata ata
a Scottish h Jail lIe asked the solitary solitarywarder solitarywnrt1er solitarywarder
warder for the governor Hes away awayfushln awaytuIJin awayfushiu
fushln was the answer answerWell nnswerWeU answer1Vell
Well Ill see the prisoners said
the Inspector InspectorHim
Him Hes out sir sirOut HirUut sirOut
Out The prisoner out Why has hashe hjlshe hashe
he escaped escapedAch e llpe llpeAtll
Ach no sir hes just nwa wi the thegovernor thegoycrllor thegwerlor
governor at the fushin carryln C3rr ln thelie the theHe thehlg
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ly who is girdod gutrt1 d by h poverty and andguided nndgllid andgiiidetl
guided gllid l1 by b love loeSir Sir Philip hilil Sidney SidneyDeWitts SillneyDeWItts SidneyDewitts
DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is best bestGet bestGet bestGet
Get DeWltts Good for everything everythinga
a salve is used for including piles pilesSold pilesSold pilesSold
Sold by City Pharmacy PharmacyHave PharmacHave PharmacyHave
Have you seen the display displayof
of musical instruments at the theFlorida theFlorida theFlorida
Florida Book Supply Co CoAlways CoAlways GoAlways
Always the nicest line in town i
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of jour t shoes a 31 w Wt have ha a hard time t1 getting agood a good hoe thoeia shoeis hoeis
is this histoWB tows I I b believe K ve ifjpou if p11nll yoU will 111 tike the natter up P youcan you yeacan youon x
can arrange arrange VnthMeaara with Mezsls c Co to handle han and le fa Dianx Diamond DiamondBrands DiamondBrands > nd ndBrands
Brands I have no interest is the matter only that I want wantto
to buy a good shoe once in a while You Y Cu will remember that thatI p pI
I handled your shoes Iho a when in In businos in In Quanah and bow koowwh bowwht knowwhst
wh wht t they are REV WALTER WALTERGRI GRIFFITH GRIFFITHSilverton GRIFFITHSilverton FITH FITHSilverton
Silverton Texas TexasCould TensCould TexasCould
Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be bemore bemore bemore
more convincingly convincinglyshowill shown You are just as anxious anxiousfor
for good goodshoeS shoes as RevGriffith Rev RevGriflith Griffith and it is equally worth worthyour wort wortyour worthyour
your while to insist that your dealer supply them themAsk diemAsk themAsk
Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes ShoesOT1 t tJ4MIIJ s
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a Regular stop Connection made at Dowlinr Park for all trains to and from Live Oak and Perry PerryFor PerryFor PerryFor
For information as to connections with other lines phone or call on General Passenger Pasx Agent Agentphone AK Agentphone = nl nlphme
phone 147 Lewin Building Live Oak OakTHOMAS OakTHOMAS OakTHOMAS
THOMAS DOWLJNG President R P HOPKINS General Passenzer Agent AgentSEAB AllentSEABOARD AgentSEABOARD
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Three Elegant Trains Daily DailySEABOARD D ySEABOARD y ySEABOARD
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED LIMITEDSEABOARD LIMITEDSEABOARD LIMITEDSEABOARD
SEABOARD EXPRESS EXPRESSSEABOARD EXPRESSSEABOARD EXPRESSSEABOARD
SEABOARD MAIL MAILMODERN MAILMODERN MAILMODERN
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENTThe
The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only Daily Solid Pull Pullman Pulllman ¬
man Electric Lighted Ligh ed Train between St Augustine Jacksonville Jacksonvilleand
and New N ew York via Richmond and Washington Leave St Augustine Augus Augustine Augustine ¬
tine 1210 PM and Jacksonville 120 PM daily including Sundays SundaysONLY SundaysONLY SundaysONLY
ONLY LINE LINEOperating LINEOperating LINEOperating
Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans OrleansForuII OrleansFurluii OrleansFu
Fu ForuII lull information nrui > l > p r icservntlinH 1l rntifn8 callr call callrn callcn
rn r n mv In 8 nwrt t P1 of Seaboard or write writeS
S C BOYLSTON JR JRAssistant JRAssistant JRAssistant
Assistant General Passenger Agent AgentJACKSON AgentJACKS0NVILLE AgentJACKSONVILLE
JACKSON JACKSONVILLE VILLE FLA
NOTICE OP SALE SALENotice SALEotice SALENotice
Notice is hereby given that under undeiand undeland underand
and by b virtue of an order issuing issuingout
out of the court of the County Judge Judgein
in and for Suwannee county count Flor Florida Florida Florida ¬
ida dated the 31st day of August AugustA
A D 1906 wherein and whereby wherebythe
the undersigned as administrator of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the estate of J A Adams late of ofSuwannee ofSuwannee ofSuwannee
Suwannee countyFlorida county Florida deceased deceasedwas
was authorized to make sale of so somuch somuch somuch
much of the real estate of said de decedent decedent decedent ¬
cedent as may be necessary to satisfy satisfythe satisrthe
the indebtedness of said estate I IJ IJ IJ
J H Wetherington as administrator administratorof
of the estate of the said J A Adams Adamsdeceased AdamsI AdamsIdeceasedI
I IdeceasedI deceased for the purpose of paying
the indebtedness of said estate estateon will willIn willon
on Monday the first day of October OctoberA
A P I 1906 between the legal hours hoursof
of sale of said day and at the front frontdoor frontdoor frontdoor
door of the court house in Suwannee Suwanneecounty Suwanneecounty Suwanneecounty
county Fla bid off and sell at pub public public public ¬
lic outcry to the highest bidder biddertherefor bidderthereior biddertherefor
therefor for cash the following des described described described ¬
cribed land or so much thereof as asmay asmar asmay
may be necessary to pay the indebted indebtedness ¬
ness of the aforesaid estate towitThe towit towitThe towitThe
The W V Ih of the NW N of section sectioneight sectioneight sectioneight
eight 8 in Township four 4 4south 4south 4south
south of Range fifteen 15 east lying ly lying 1 1ing ¬
ing and being situate the county of ofSuwannee ofSuwannee ofSuwannee
Suwannee and state of Florida FloridaJ
J H WETHERINGTON

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