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r iV -it to PALATKA DAILY NEWS 9h Lay Morning, June 26, 1921. PAGE 9 such, Preen.. LLAS HIGH i COUNTY :f HIS STATE I thai t'By Aaaoclatad Freaa) )jiigton, June 25 The follow- itement shows the percentage 'eracy in the counties of Flor- tiording to the returns of the " Hfnth Census, which was taken 3 lyjaryi 1920, An illiterate, as 9 .. in the census, is a person 10 H "f age or over who is unable to either- in English or any other 0 "e. The percentages are bas 2 tin the total population 10 years and over, or the total native Jjjor total negro as the case may t na i. brd r ird on to ' tlin den Total 9.6 14.2 14.4 ' 11.4 ll.B 8.5 5.S 18.7 13.6 11.0 7.3 3.7 7.0 ' 6.6 8.2 " 16.3 11.3 19.6 Native White 2.9 3.3 7.7 5.8 7.4 1.2 0.6 6.6 1.2 5.2 2.1 0.3 2.5 0.9 3.2 1.8 4.0 3.4 Negro 21.5 26.8 31.8 28.1 22.8 9.2 14.4 49.3 26.7 20.7 12.6 11.1 27.4 11.4 18.4 36.9 19.4 29.3 Hamilton Hernando Hillsborough Homes Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake Lee Leon Levy Liberty ' Madison Manatee Marion Monroe Nassau Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam St. Johns St. Lucie Santa Rosa Seminole Sumter Suwannee Taylor Volusia Wakulla Walton Washington 20.2 17.6 5.8 13.0 22.2 31.4 7.7 ' 7.5 5.4 21.2 8.6 16.8 23.9 6.0 9.1 5.3 11.7 14.0 5.3 4.6 4.3 3.6 8.6 2.9 6.3 9.3 7.8 5.1 13.7 8.2 10.0 17.5 19.8 6.4 19.6 9.5 13.6 6.1 0.9 1.4 11.2 11.5 1.8 3.3 1.2 1.5 2.4 3.2 4.8 5.9 1.0 1.6 1.9 3.6 8.4 2.0 1.0 1.3 0.5 2.1 0.6 1.2 1.4. 1.6 1.2 7.8 1.4 2.3 6.7 7.1 0.6 7.0 6.6 9.6 38.5 42.4 12.3 '33.3 36.0 43.1 26.1 22.2 11.1 30.4 16.0 30.0 41.1 17.1 15.7 11.9 21.2 36.3 15.7 14.0 21.0 9.8 29.3 13.5 21.1 18.3 18.6 16.4 34.5 16.1 29.7 33.4 35.6 17.4 33.6 21.3 24.9 REYNOLDS' SISTER CLEARS DYMDMD !T PART IN SHOD Special to tbr Vowl Daytona, June 25. William H. Decker, of Key West, manager of the Consolidated Cigar Co., departed for his home last evening accompani ed by Mrs. Decker and thildren. Mrs. Decker is a sister of Lorillard Rey nolds, who was assaulted and shot at Seabreeze some time ago. On de parting yesterday, Mr. Decker stated that he had gone over the shooting affair with Mr. Reynolds, and that both himself and Mr. Reynolds are convinced beyond any doubt that Rus sell S. Dymond, the young real estate man who was with Mr. Reynolds at the time of the assault, was in no way connected with the assault and had no previous knowledge of the attack. Mr. Decker states that Mr. Reynolds made this statement to the State At torney when that official visited him Thursday in company with feherifT Morris and County Judge McCrory. Mr. Dymond was arrested tfnd thrown into jail without warrant some 'days ago. His employer, Mr. H. B. Schulte, and other friends who felt that an in justice had been done the young man, immediately arranged bonds, and Mr. Dymond was released the next morn ing, his preliminary hearing being set for a future date. SPECIAL SALE AT BUKY'S. Buky's Department Store, is of fering ladies and gentlemen's wear at special sale prices during the com ing week. The price has been marked down on almost every article in their store, which offers the public the advantage of buying at reduced prices. Read their advertisement elsewhere in today's paper. TO SAVE ST. PETE BATHERS FROM DEADLY BARNACLES barnacle mcrusted ladders. For many years the ladders have been cf wood or iron. Mr. Ludwig has announced that as soon as they can be made ladders of brass and copper will be substituted, it being claimed that barnacles will not attach themselves to those metals. The sides of the lad ders will be of wood sheated with copper and the ' rungs will be made of brass pipe. LOSES ARM IN STAVE MILL Graceville, June 25. James Sinele tary, a young man employed at a stave mill near here is minus an arm as a result of an accident several days ago. His hand became caught in the machinery and was drawn be tween two rollers. The arm was am putated at the elbow. "Let B. & B. DO IT." TO SELL G. F. & A.. ROAD (Bjr Associated Freaa) ' Pensacola, June 25. The Gulf, Florida and Alabama railroad will be sold here July 5 under a decree of federal court. The line operates be tween Pensacola and Kimbrough, Alabama, a distance of 142 r)iles, and was built to tap the Alabama coal fields. By AaHuclated Freaa) St. Petersburg, June 25. R. E. Ludwig, director of Public Utilities here, believes he has a remedy which will eliminate the cutting of bathers at the bathing beach while climbing TAYLOR SENDS RESIGNATION (By Aaaoclated I'reaa) Tallahassee, June 25. Governor Hardee has accepted the resignation ' of M. M. Taylor, of Tampa, as a mem Iber of the state board of pharmacy, I to take effect immediately. Mr. Tay- ' lor resigned in order to devote his i entire time to business interests. I mm? AAtr?ifii IV 1UW SI If fit These Are Our Low Prices On I 3 Shoe Repairing Men's Shoes, half soled, sewed on $1.40 Men's Shoes, half soled, tacked on $1.25 'Rubber Heels, Men's $ -50 ff Ladies' half soles, sewed on $1-15 jLaides' half soles, tacked on $1-00 Leather Tips $ -35 Cuban Heels $ -75 I, Give Us a Trial and Let Us Convince You. Norris & Walker 403 Lemon Street, Palatka. We call for and deliver. ! Phone 136 i I Say, Folks! DRINK HYT0NE Its Just the drink for this hot weather. Order a bottle or a case today. On sale at all diink stands. Atlantic Grocery Company Wholesale Distributors PALATKA, - - FLORIDA', Notice To The Public We have taken over the entire Cushman Line and in the future, will carry a complete stock of Cushman Engines of all kinds and parts. . vr: Call and look them over. The following are subject to your approval: Portable Engines on Trucks, Stationary Engines for Every Use, Electric Light Plants with Engines, Electric Light Plants without Engines. Our Marine Engines can't be beat. For steady and reliable power and general satisfaction BE SURE AND GET A CUSHMAN J. D Points & Co. Deale r s Palatka, Florida to Why Suffer This Hot Weather When You Can Enjoy These Modern Electrical Appliances ' .----'-"-rt2 IRONS GRILL PERCOLATOR WAFFLE IRON TOASTER " DO IT ELECTRICALLY!" CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF ELECTRICAL GOODS ELECTRIC FANS s THOR WASHING MACHINES oeiicer Electric Company " QUALITY ELECTRICAL WORK " sad It is never "too hot to put the kiddies to bed" when cool breezes are on tap from a G-E fan.