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S. R. A.-B. P. I. 23


Issued December 1936


United


States


Department


Agriculture


BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY

SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS NO. 23


PROSECUTIONS AND SEIZURES UN
STATE CLAUSE (SEC. 6) OF THE Fg

(July 1, 185, to June 30, 1936 *8


At SEEfr


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IL Misbranding of red clover seed. U. S. v. Al iBBeverstock.
nolo contender. Fine, $200 and costs. (F. S. **
The Lexington Elevator & Mill Co., Lexington, O0 '
1932, from Chatfeld, Ohio, to Appalachia, Va., four ba|,med
clkwer seed.
On August 30, 1932, information was filed in the district court1 for the
Northern District of Ohio, alleging that Allen B. Beverstock, trading under the
name of Lexington Elevator & Mill Co., unlawfully delivered for transportation
in interstate commerce the above-mentioned shipment misbranded in violation
of the Federal Seed Act.


Nature of misbranding


PFritY, ------------------------------------------- -,,,, -,,,,,,,, --------,,,
Wboe d Kd le a ---------------------------------------------- a -


Claimed


Percent
99.50
.08


Found


Percent
85.41
4.67


On May 20, 1936, the case was terminated upon the entering
nolo contender and the assessment of a fine of $200 and costs.


of a plea


92. Misbranding of sorghum seed. U. S. v. 15,000 Pounds of Atlas Sorgo. Seed
seized and disposed of to a charitable institution for feed purposes.
(F. S. 156.)
The Nebraska Seed Co., Omaha, Nebr., shipped on January 11, 1935, from
Omaha, Nebr., to Stafford, Kans., 15,000 pounds of sorghum seed. i
A libel was filed in the district court for the District of Kansas, praying
seizure of 15,000 pounds of seed, alleging same to be misbranded in
vio-lation of the Federal Seed Act in that it was labeled, in part, "Atlas Sorgo",
whereas it was found to be hegari. The seed was seized by the United States


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shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act


in that it was labeled, in part,


"Noxious weeds 0"


a noxious weed, at the rate of 3,865 seeds per po
the United States marshal.


On March
destroyed.


, 1936,


no claimant


having


, whereas it contained dodder,
und. The seed was seized by


appeared,


seed


was


ordered


94. Misbranding of rye seed.
ordered destroyed. (F.


. S. v. 23 Bags of Rye Seed.
158.)


Seed seized and


W. P. Bell & Co., Nashville, Tenn., shipped on October 17, 1934, from Nash-
ville, Tenn., to Dothan, Ala., 56 bags (112 bushels) of rye seed.


On March
trict oAlibag,
shi F ta, agifl
ina net as iabe
tane ff in cockle,


a libel was filed in the district court for the Middle Dis-


Ing seizure of


i noxious weed, %fhi
United States mkhi
)ecembbr 3, 1965; as
ed. "*** br

branding of soagl ri
lo contender. Pin


23 bags of seed from the above-mentioned


o be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act


"No. noxious weed per lb. none"


whereas it con-


weed, at the rate of 9 seeds per pound, and wild


rate of 9 bulblets per pound.


Claimant


having


seed and oat seed.


, $200.


s. 160.)


appeared,


U. S.


The seed was seized


was


ordered


Plea of


the seed


v. L. P. Cook.


1934,
seed.


n., shipped on March 17, 1984, from Memphis, Tenn.,


(900 pounds)


sorghum


enn., to Birmingham, Ala.,


seed


two bags


id on September 1,
(10 bushels) of oat


On August 12, 1935, information was filed in the district court for the Western


District of Tenn


portation


essee,


in interstate


alleging that L. P


commerce


in violation of the Federal Seed Act.


Cook unlawfully delivered for trans-


the above-mentioned


shipments


misbranded


Nature of misbranding


Item


Sorghum:
Other crop seed.
Inert matter.....
Germination_..
Oats:
Variety ..........


--- ---- ------------- --- ---------- ------ -- --------- ----------
---- --- -. a ---- --- -. ----- a -- -- -----
- -- ------ ------- ---- ----- ---- ---------------- -------- -


Claimed


Percent
0.01
.01
80.00
P)


Found


Percent
2.2
11.3
61.0'
()


1 Winter turf.


S A variety of red oats.


On December


12, 1935,


of nolo contender and


the case was terminated upon the entering of a plea


the assessment


of a fine of $200.


96. Misbranding of seed corn.
released under bond. (


3. v. 17 Bags of Seed Corn.
164.)


Seed seized and


Council


Bluffs


Seed


1935, from Council Bluffs,


Iowa


Council


Bluffs


, to Montgomery,


IOwVa,


shipped


Ala., 130 bags


on January


bushels)


r


nnwur


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On April 16, 1935, a libel was filed in


the district court for the District of


Kansas, praying seizure of the 1,000 pounds of seed, alleging same


branded in violation of the Federal


"Atlas Sorgo"


whereas it was found


the United States marshal.


On July
institution.


1985,


seed


was


Seed Act in th
d to be begari.


released


at it was labele<


The seed


the court


was


to be mis-
d, in part,
seized by


a charitable


98. Misbranding of sorghum seed. U. S. v. 2 Bags
seized and released to a charitable institution.


Sorghum
S. 170.)


Seed.


Seed


Berry


Seed


Olarinda


Iowa


Clarinda, Iowa, to Morrowville, Kans.,


On April


1935, a libel


was filed in


, shipped


on February


five bags (500 pounds)


1935,


from


of sorghum seed.


the district court for the District of


Kansas, praying seizure of two bags of seed of the above-mentioned shipment,


alleging same to be misbranded in


was labeled, in part,


"Atlas Sorgo"


violation of the Federal Seed Act in


whereas it was found


seed was seized by the United States marshal.


On July
institution.


1935,


seed


was


released


the court


to be begari


that it
. The


charitable


99. Misbranding of Sudan grass
Seed seized and destroyed.


; seed.
(F.


S. 175.)


Bag of


Sudan


Grass Seed.


The Roberts Grain Co., Amarillo, Tex., shipped on April 14, 1935, from Ama-


rillo, Tex.,


On April 29,


to Texarkana


1935,


. Ark., four


a libel


was


bags


filed


(400 pounds)


in the district


of Sudan


court


grass


for the


Seed.


Western


District of Arkansas, praying seizure of one bag of seed of the above-mentioned


shipment,


Act in


alleging


that it was


same


to be misbranded


labeled, in part,


"Noxious


in violation


Weed


of the


Seeds-None"


was found to contain approximately 370 Johnson grass seeds per
seed was seized by the United States marshal.


On November 21, 1935, no claimant having appeared,
the seed be destroyed.


Federal


Seed


whereas


pound.


the court ordered


that


100. Misbranding of


sorghum seed.


seized and destroyed.


Bags of Sorghum Seed.


176.)


Seed


Springfield


Springfield,
Cane."


Mo.,


Seed


Co., Springfield,


to Texarkana,


Ark.,


, shipped


bags


(13,000


on April


1935


pounds)


from


"Fodder


On May 10, 1935, a libel was filed in the district court for the Western District
of Arkansas, praying seizure of eight bags of seed of the above-mentioned ship-


ment,


alleging


same


in that it was labeled, in
germinate 60 percent. Th


to be misbranded


part,


in violation


"Germination 90%"


of the Federal


whereas


it was


Seed
found


ie seed was seized by the United States marshal.


On November 21, 1935, no claimant having appeared,
the seed be destroyed.


the court ordered


that


101. Misbranding ol
Beverstock.
The U. J. Cover
from Mount Gilead,


clover


Plea of guilty.


Seed (
Ohio,


seed.


Jo., Mount


Fine, $10.


Gilead,


to Lewisburg, Pa.,


v. Upton J.
(F. S. 184.)


Ohio,


shipped


1 bushel


Cover


on March


of red


Allen


clover seed.


1935,


On July 5, 1935, information was filed in the district court for the Southern


District


of Ohio,


alleging


that


Upton


partners trading under the name of U.


Cover


Allen


J. Cover Seed Co..


B. Beverstock,


unlawfully delivered








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102. Misbranding of soybean seed. U. S. v. 2 Bags of Soybean Seed. Seed
seized and destroyed. (F. S. 188.)
W. P. Bell & Co., Nashville, Tenn., shipped on April 18, 1935, from Nashville,
Teun., to Bessemer, Ala, seven bags (1,050 pounds) of soybean seed.
On July 2, 1935, a libel was filed in the district court for the Northern District
of Alabama, praying seizure of two bags of seed of the above-mentioned ship-
ment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act in
that it was labeled, in part, "Germination 90%", whereas it was found to
germinate 59 percent. The seed was seized by the United States marshal.
On August 8, 1935, no claimant having appeared, the court ordered that the
seed be destroyed.


103. Misbranding of seed corn.
Plea of nolo eontendere.


U. S. v. Henry F. Droge and Arthur W. Carter.
Fine, $25. (F. S. 192.)


The Council Bluffs Seed Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa, shipped on January 14,
1935, from Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Montgomery, Ala., 150 bags (375 bushels)
of corn.
On September 24, 1935, information was filed in the district court for the
Southern District of Iowa, alleging that Henry F. Droge and Arthur W. Carter,
copartners, trading under the name of Council Bluffs Seed Co., unlawfully de-
livered for transportation in interstate commerce the above-mentioned ship-
ment misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act in that it was labeled,
in part, "Germination 92%", whereas it was found to germinate approximately
54 percent.
On October 19, 1935, the case was terminated upon the entering of a plea of
nolo contender and the assessment of a fine of $25 and costs.


I


104. Misbranding
ordered des
Belt Seed Co.,
Md., to Andalusia
On September 1
District of Alaba
mentioned shipme
Seed Act in that
stained wild onion
by the United St
On June 23, 19
stroyed.


of rye seed. U. S. v. 4 Bags of Rye Seed. Seed
stroyed. (F. S. 195.)
Baltimore, Md., shipped on August 9, 1935, from
, Ala., 10 bags (1,400 pounds) of rye seed.
6, 1935, a libel was filed in the district court for
ma, praying seizure of four bags of seed from
nt, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of
it was labeled in part, "25 onion to pound", whe
at the rate of 233 bulblets per pound. The seed
ites marshal.
136, no claimant having appeared, the seed was


seized and

Baltimore,


the Middle
the above-
the Federal
reas it con-
was seized


ordered


105. Misbranding of rye seed. U. S. v. 29 Bags of Southern Rye Seed. Seed
seized and destroyed. (F. S. 198.)
The Royal Stafolife Mills, Meridian, Miss., shipped on August 30, 1935, from
Meridian, Miss., to Mobile, Ala., 30 bags (60 bushels) of rye seed.
On October 19, 1935, a libel was filed in the district court for the Southern
District of Alabama, praying seizure of 29 bags of seed of the above-mentioned
shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act.
The seed was seized by the United States marshal.


Nature of misbranding


--


S tflf ta...,tn I ',mw.


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106. Misbranding of Sudan grass seed. U. S. v.
Fine, $200. (F. S. 200.)
The Corneli Seed Co., St. Louis, Mo., shipped
Mo., to Anniston, Ala., 10 bags (1,000 pounds)
On November 11, 1935, information was fil
Eastern District of Missouri, alleging that the
unlawfully delivered for transportation in
mentioned shipment misbranded in violation (
it was labeled, in part, "Germ. 87", whereas
percent.
On December 4, 1935, the case was terminal
of guilty and the assessment of a fine of $200 a


Corneli Seed Co.


Plea of guilty.


on April 6, 1935, from St. Louis,
of Sudan grass seed.
ed in the district court for the
Corneli Seed Co., a corporation,
interstate commerce the above-
of the Federal Seed Act in that
it was found to germinate 55.25


ted upon
nd costs.


the entering of a


plea


Misbranding of oat s
ordered destroyed.


seed.
(F.


U. S. v. 20 Bags of Seed Oats.
S. 202.)


Seed seized and


The "Sun-Field Seed Service", 'a name styli
Seed Co., 1929 West Forty-third Street, Chicat
1935, from Wilmington, N. 0., to Cullman, Al
oats.
On November 22, 1935, a libel was filed in the
District of Alabama, praying seizure of 10 bags
shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in
Act. The seed was seized by the United States


go
la.


used
, Ill.,
, 100


by the American Field
shipped on August 31,
bags (250 bushels) of


district court for the Northern
of seed of the above-mentioned
violation of the Federal Seed
marshal.


Nature of misbranding


It sun1


Germination -....... ......................... .................... .... .........


Claimed


Percent
95
P)


Found


Percent


1 Mammoth cluster.


S Victory.


On December 28, 1935, no claimant having appeared, the court ordered that
the oats be destroyed, providing that in lieu of destruction they might be
delivered to a charitable institution for feed purposes only and not for sale.
108. Misbranding of oat seed. U. S. v. 224 Bags of Seed Oats. Seed seized and
released under bond. (F. S. 203.)
P. P. Williams Co., Vicksburg, Miss., shipped on November 16, 1935, from
Vicksburg, Miss., to Montgomery, Ala., 250 bags (1,250 bushels) of oat seed.
On' December 2, 1935, a libel was filed in the district court for the Middle
District of Alabama, praying seizure of 224 bags of seed from the above-
mentioned shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the
Federal Seed Act in that it was labeled, in part, "Noxious weed seeds per
pound pure seed: Johnson grass 15", whereas it contained Johnson grass at
the rate of 1,173 seeds per pound. The seed was seized by the United States
marshal.
On December 18, 1935, the seed was released to claimant, P. P. Williams Co.,
under hbond nrovidin.f that the oats he grmod to nrevent their use for sedMain


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alleging same


it was labeled, in


Victory


oats.


On March


to be misbranded


part,


The seed


"Mammoth


was


in violation


seized


of the Federal


Cluster Oats."
by the United


1936, no claimant having appeared,


seed be destroyed.


110. Misbranding of rye seed.
ordered destroyed. (F


The see
States


Seed Act


was


marshal.


found


the court ordered


U. S. v. 5 Bags of Rye Seed.
S. 206.)


in that


to be


that the


Seed seized and


The Rowland
risonburg, Va.,
On December


District o
mentioned
Federal S'


Co., Athens
to Luverne,


, Ga
Ala.,


10, 1935, a libel


f Alabama,
shipment,
eed Act in i


praying
alleging


., shipped o
10 bags (1
was filed in


seizure


same


n September
,400 pounds)


13, 1935, from
of rye seed.


Har-


the district court for the Middle


ve bags of
misbranded


;hat it was labeled, in part,


it was found to germinate 56 percent.
marshal.


seed
in


"Germinatio


I of the
violation
n 85%".


above-


whereas


The seed was seized by the United States


On June


seed


1936,


be destroyed.


no claimant having


appeared,


the court ordered


that the


111. Misbranding of rye seed.
destroyed. (F. S. 208.)


v. 31/ Bags of Rye Seed.


Seed seized and


William G. Scarlett & Co.


Co.,
from


Montgomery, Ala.,
Baltimore, Md., 1


30 b


, Baltimore, Md.,
ags (75 bushels)


to Montgomery, Ala.,


, sold to the CG
) of rye seed,
by the Capital


ipital Grain & Feed


which


were


Grain &


FE


shipped
!ed Co.,


on September 19, 1935.
On December 16, 1935, a libel was filed in the district court for the Southern
District of Alabama, praying seizure of three and one-half bags of seed of the
above-mentioned shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the


Federal


Seed Act, in


that it


was labeled, in


was found to germinate 62 percent.


part,


"Germ.


90.00%",


whereas it


The seed was seized by the United States


marshal.
On February 20, 1936, no claimant having appeared, the court ordered that the
seed be destroyed.


112. Misbranding of oat seed.


destroyed.


209.)


U. S. v. 87 Bags of Seed Oats.


Seed seized and


The "Sun-Field Seed Service"


1929


West


Forty-third


, a name style used by the American Field Seed


Street,


Chicago,


S


from New Orleans, La., to Meridian, Miss., 100 bags


hipped on Aug
(8,000 pounds)


ust


of oats.


1935,


On December 20, 1935, a libel was filed in the district court for the Southern
District of Mississippi, praying seizure of 87 bags of seed of the above-mentioned
shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act
in that it was labeled, in part, "Mammoth Cluster Oats." The seed was found


to be a mic
Mammoth C
On March


Season
luster.


northern
The seed


1936,


the coi


States marshal according to law.


113. Misbranding of oat seed.
released under bond.


oat, probably
was seized by
irt ordered di


of the Victory
the United Sta


disposal


variety, ar
tes marshal.


the oats


The oats were then destroyed.


U. S. v. 9 Bags of Seed Oats.
(F. S. 210.)


the United


Seed seized and


The "Sun-Field Seed Service", a
Co., 1929 West Forty-third Street,


name style used by the American Field Seed


Chicago, Ill., shipped on September


10, 105,











On January 4, 1936, a libel was filed in


District of Alabama


the district court for the Northern


, praying seizure of 37 bags of seed of the above-mentioned


shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act


in that it was labeled,
germinate 66 percent.


in part,


"Germination


90%"


whereas


it was found


The seed was seized by the United States marshal.


On February 6, 1936, the court ordered that the seed be delivered to a chari-


table institution in Calhoun County, Ala.,


to be denatured by grinding and used


exclusively for feed purposes and not for sale or for planting.


115. Misbranding of beet seed.
ordered destroyed. (F.


Leonard Seed Co.,
Ill., to Dothan, Ala.,


On January


U. S.
S. 212.)


Chicago, Ill.,


v. 1 Bag of Beet Seed.


shipped on


one bag (50 pounds) of beet seed.


1936,


District of Alabama,


alleging same


a libel


was


Seed seized and


September 4, 1935, from Chicago,


in the district


praying seizure of the one bag


to be misbranded


it was labeled, in part,


46 percent.
On March


in violation


"Germination 85+%"


court


of seed in


of the Federal


Sc


for the Middle
this shipment,
led Act in that


, whereas it was found to germinate


The seed was seized by the United States marshal.


, 1936, no claimant having appeared,


the court ordered


that the


seed be destroyed.
116. Misbranding
condemned.


oat seed.
P. S. 213.)


v. 10


Bags


Oats.


Seed


seized


The "
Seed Co.


Sun-Field


Seed


Service"


a name


, 1929 West Forty-third Street,


1935, from New Orleans, La.,
seed.


On February 3,


style


Chicago,


to Vicksburg, Miss.,


1936, a libel was


filed in


used


Ill., shipped on


10 bags


American


September


(800 pounds


Field


of oat


the district court for the Southern


District of Mississippi, praying seizure of the 10 bags of seed in this shipment,
alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act in that it


was


labeled,


Victory oats.


in part,


"Mammoth


Cluster


Oats."


seed


was


The seed was seized by the United States marshal.


On May 23, 1936, no claimant having appeared,


States marshal to dispose


of the oats according to the law.


117. Misbranding of lespedeza seed. I
seized and released under bond.


found


to be


the court ordered the United


S. v. 72 Bags of Lespedeza Seed.
(F. S. 214.)


Seed


Green Bros.


, Gallatin, Tenn.,


on January 22, 1936,
31, 1936, 28 bags (3,E
On February 10, 1


44 bags


500 pounds)
.936, a libel


shipped from Gallatin,


(5,500 pounds)


Tenn.


, to Harrison, Ark.,


of lespedeza seed, and on January


of lespedeza seed.
was filed in the district court for the


Western


District of Arkansas, praying seizure of the 72 bags of seed, alleging same to be


misbranded in


violation of the Federal Seed Act.


The seed


was seized by the


United States marshal.


Nature of misbranding


44-bag lot:
Purity ----.
Weedseeds_.


---- --- --- ---- -- .... ... ... --- -- ---- --- ---- --- -


Claimed


Percent
97.00
.02


I


Found


Percent
89.5
8.4


.










118. Misbranding of seed corn.
released under bond. (


U. S. v. 20 Bags of Seed Corn.
. S. 216.)


& M.


Seed Co.,


Green


Springs,


Ohio,


shipped


of the Federal


on January 3,


Green Springs, Ohio, to Montgomery, Ala., 20 bags (2,000 pounds)


to be misbranded


part,


1936,


of corn.


from


1936, a libel was filed in the district court for the Middle District


this shipment, alleging


Seed
was


found


The seed was seized by the United States marshal.


1936,


the seed


bond for proper relabeling.
119. Misbranding of seed corn.


in that


the consignee,


S. v. 300 Pounds of Seed Corn.


was


under


Seed seized
218.)


Woodruff


, Ga.,


& Sons,


Atlanta,


to Anniston, Ala.,


On March 13, 1936,


three


Ga., s
bags


on January


(300 pounds)


of corn.


1936,


from


the district court for the Northern


District of Alabama, praying seizure of the three bags of seed, alleging same to
be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act in that it was labeled, in


part, "(
percent.


3erm.


88%"


whereas


was


found


to germinate


more


than


61.75


On April 13, 1936, no claimant having appeared,


be delivered


denatured


a charitable


by grinding, and


for sale or for planting.


institution


used


the court ordered


in Calhoun


exclusively for feed


County,


Ala.,


120. Misbranding of lespedeza seed.
Seed seized and destroyed. (


U. S.


v. 7 Bags of Kobe Lespedeza Seed.


219.)


The Largen


District of Alabama


Lespedeza


from Fayetteville,
lespedeza seed.


On Abril


Tenn.


1936,


Co., Fayetteville,
, to Talladega, Ala


a libel


was


filed


, praying seizure of seven bags of seed of the above-mentioned


Tenn., shipped
., 10 bags (1,0


in the district


on March
)00 pounds)


court for


11, 1936,
of Kobe


the Northern


shipment, alleging same to be misbranded in violation of the Federal Seed Act.
On April 30, 1936, the seed was seized by the United States marshal.

Nature of mnisbranding


Item


Purity.


Korean lespedeza....


Other crop seed .......--.......---.. -.....
Weed seeds.........--........--........---
Inert matter- ............----...--- ..--------...........


Noxious weed seeds per


--- ----------- -------- ------ --------------


pound ........ .... ..... .....................-...-.....--.------- .-


Claimed


Pecet
06.0


Found


PerCent
82. 20
Los6
tI23
7.25
3.71E


1 96 dodder.


s 8,730 dodder and 270 Johnson grass.


On June 2, 1936, no claimant having appeared, it was ordered that the seed be
destroyed.


On March
of Alabama,


same


Seed seized and


labeled, in
68 percent.
On April


praying seizure of the 20 bags of seed in


in violation


"Germination


90%",


whereas


was released


to claimant,


Atlanta


to germinate


and disposed of to a charitable institution for feed.


a libel


whipped


was filed in


seed


The seed was seized by the United States marshal.


that the


to be


purposes and not


















ALPHABETICAL INDEX, BY DEALERS, OF CASES REFERRED
B. P. I. S. A, NOS. 18, 19, 20, 21, AND 23


Dealer and kind of seed


Reference no.


American Field Seed Co., Chicago,
Ill.:
Sweetclover.. ------------ -- 73
Oats.. 74, 75, 76, 107, 109, 112, 113, 116
Athens Seed Co., Athens, Ga.:
Rye ---- aa___aa __..... 9, 94
hSoybean_-,_-._,_ 58, 83, 102
Wheat_ ---.-- -. -- -.... 83
Belt Seed Co., Baltimore, Md.:
Rye ------.. a. a ------ ..- 104
Berry Seed Co., Clarinda, Iowa:
Sweetcloverlov.... .....-_ 17, 18. 29
Alfalfa -.-.--.--------- _-- -- 19
Sorghum _.-------.........- 98
Blount-Midyette & Co., Inc., Wash-
ington, N. C.:
Oats .....--.------a-.-- .. ... 8
Bruns Seed Store, Davenport, Iowa:
Red clover-........---- --- --- 44
Alfalfa--lfa ----- -..--- --- 44
Sweetclover--.---- ._- a.a.. 44
Mixture of clover and timothy_- 44
Korean lespedeza- ...._...... 44
Alsike clover -.- --__ -a._.-.- 44
Mixture of red clover, alsike, and
timothy.......---........ ._ 44
Mixture of red clover and alike
clover .a-.. ---...- a ..44
Mixture of alsike clover and
timothy.......-..------____ 44
I. B. Buchanan Seed Co., Memphis,
Tenn.:
Sudan grass-- -----------.-.- 49
Buchanan-Cellers Grain Co., McMinn-
ville, Oreg. :
Vetch ...-a..a -- ... 80
Carter-Venable Seed Co., Richmond,
Va.:
Rye --..---..........- .. __ 70
Clement Grain Co., Waco, Tex.:
Oats_ -. .- ..._ --.. _- 33
L. P. Cook, Memphis, Tenn. :
Rye-_-- ......... 15, 31, 38, 42, 62, 66
Oats------- ...------ 45, 64, 95
Red clover .--...-...._....--- 51
Sorghum ----.-.--.- 60. 95
Wheat a--..---.. ..._._ 65, 78
Barley --.---...... -.. ._.._ 77, 79
Corneli Seed Co., St. Louis, Mo.:
Soybean- -.-.a-. __ ..._- 48
Sudan grass ------------.-.- 106
Council Bluffs Seed Co., Council
Bluffs, Iowa:
Corn ......---...... .20. 96, 103
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Dealer and kind of seed Referer
Gillette Grain Co., Nashville, Tenn.:
Oats- ---..-.a--- -_-
Green Bros., Gallatin, Tenn.:
Lespedeea -.--.------ --------
laerdin, Hamilton, & Lewman, Louis-
ville, Ky. :
Red clover..,.,,_,_... _-,-_ -.
E. K. Hardison Seed Co., Nashville,
Tenn.:
Oats ----...... __ __._.. __. -
Sorghum ..--a..-- -- .
Lespedeza -.-.--.---.----.---
Charles D. Jones Co., Nashville,
Tenn. :
Rye ---. _--_a- --- --..
B. B. Kirkland Seed Co., Columbia,
S.C.:
Cowpeas-- ------------------ _
Largen Lespedeza Co., Fayetteville,
Tenn.:
Lespedeza ----.- --------_ -
Lauderdale County Pure Seed Ship-
pers, Halls, Tenn.:
Lespedeza --.-- ------..--.--.-
Leonard Seed Co., Chicago, Ill.:
Beet ---------a------- a-. ..
A. N. Levin, Chattanooga, Tenn.:
Crimson clover.------.--._-.
Lexington Elevator & Mill Co., Lex-
ington, Ohio:
Timothy__- ....-.-. ......- _.-.
Red clover---....--.--.----:-
Charles H. Lilly Co., Seattle, Wash.:
Spinach -....--------------...
Louisville Seed Co., Louisville, Ky. :
Orchard grass- -.------.----.-
Soybeans ------ -- ---......-.. --
Mixture of alsike and red clover.
Market Gardeners' Seed Co., Cincin-
1nati, Ohio:
Red clover -...-.-.-.-.---..-- -
McGregor Milling & Grain Co., Mc-
Gregor, Tex.:
Oats--- ----.-a------- --......
Mitchelhill Seed Co., St. Joseph, Mo. :
Kentucky bluegrass--.--.---
Sorghum- --...--.--.....--- ._
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30,
Sudan grass -....-... --.... --
National Seed Co., Louisville, Ky.:
Redtop .. .. .. .. _
Nebraska Seed Co., Omaha, Nebr.:
Sorghum .----------- .--
0. & M. Seed Co., Green Springs,
Ohio:
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114
117

3
8

67
90
90

56

10

120

34, 36
115
68

2,7
11, 91
88
4
6
40

16

32, 47
5
21,
53, 97
69
41
84, 92

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Dealer and kind of seed Reference no.
Russell-Heckle Seed Co., Memphis,
Tenn. :
Sudan grass --...............---- 35
Sorghum --- ----- ---..... 35, 54
W. A. Sanders, Hopkinsville, Ky.:
Lespedeza ---------------- 39
William G. Scarlett & Co., Baltimore,
Md.:
Rye --------------- ---------- 111
Scott County Milling Co., Sikeston,
Mo.:
Rye a,. _- a a a a a as a a- a 52
Corn-----......---- ....------ 67
O. M. Scott & Sons Co., Marysville,
Ohio:
Ryegrass- _aa _--- a-.n --- 43
Seaboard Seed Co., Philadelphia, Pa.:
Hairy vetch ---------.. ..__ 87
Snelson Seed Co., Athens, Ga.:
Lespedeza -_ ------a _--_. 93


Dealer and kind of seed Reference no.
Springfield Seed Co., Springfield, Mo.:
Lespedeza .---.... __---- -.. 28
Red clover.--.-.-- .--- ---- 72
Sorghum .-.. --r- ---.------- 100
Sun-Field Seed Service, Chicago, Ill.
(See American Field Seed Co.)
Walton Seed Co., Augusta, Ga.:
Cowpeas_-----_ ..- -- --.-. a 1I
Sidney J. Weber, Baton Rouge, La.:
Lespedeza ..-.-.-_... .. --__--_ 71
Westland Seed Co., Salt Lake City,
Utah:
Alfalfa.. --. .. ..- .. 87
Whitney-Eckstein Seed Co., Buffalo,
N. Y.:
Mixture of timothy and alsike-- 55
P. P. Williams Co., Vicksburg, Miss.:
Oats -- --.a.a. --a--. -- 108
F. H. Woodruff & Sons, Atlanta, Ga.:
Corn-- -.-. ----- sa..a ..- 119
S. D. Woodruff & Sons, Orange, Conn.:
Lima beans--- 18









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