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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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MARKET IWS SERVICE
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT .OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau'of agriculturall Economics
Division of Fruits and Vegetables
and the
FLOkIDA STATE MARKi2ING BUREAU COOPERATING











MARKETING FLORIDA. CITRUS


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Washington, D. C.
SFebruary, 1927.


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TABE -F' TENTS


GRAPH: Carlot Shipments of Oranges'by Veek- Period Nov. 1 to Jan. 9.
GRAPH: Carlot Shipments of Grapefruit by Weeks, Period Jan. 10 to Mar. 20.
GRAPH: Comparison of Florida Grapefruit and Orange Shipments.

BRIEF REVIEW OF THE 1925-26 SEASON...........................** ..... ..9*. .I

PRODUCTION AND SHIPMENTS OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT AND ORANGES.............** P. 2
Production and Shipments of California Oranges................4.........P. 3

GRAPEFRUIT AND ORANGE TREES OF.BEARING AGE BY YEARS, 1920-25. ......... .. .P 3&4

AUCTION OFFERINGS AND GENERAL AVERAGES BY WEEKS:
Florida Grapefruit (1925-26 Season)................. .*.***** *P. 4
Florida Oranges (1925-26 & 1924-25 Seasons)..............*....****..**P 4

AVERAGE AUCTION PRICE PER BOX AT NEW YORK, YEARS 1919-26:
Florida Grapefruit................ ......... .... .. ************* "**P 5
Florida Oranges.... .... .4... ..... ... ....... ...* **.************P 5
California Navel and Valencia Oranges.............o........********** 6

CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF GRAPEFRUIT BY IvEEKS, 1924-26 SEASONS,.............** *P 7
CABLOT SHIPMENTS OF ORANGES BY WEEKS. 1924-26 SEASONS... ....**I *, ,aP.
CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF MIXED CITRUS BY-YEEKS, 1924-26 SEASONS...........*....P 9

CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF FLA. GRAPEFRUIT'BY LOADING STATIONS. 1925-26........BP.10&11
CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF FLORIDA ORANGES BY LOADING STATIONS, 1925-26...PP.12,13 & 14
CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF FLAG I. XED CITRUS BY LOADING STATIONS, 1925-26.*....PP.14&15

CO',i;ENT OF DISTRIBUTION OF FLA.GRAPEFRUIT & ORANGES...............*.PP15,16 & 17
APPROXIM ATE DESTINATIONS OF FLAGRAPEFRUIT SHIPMENTS,1923-26,SEASONS........
........ ......PP. 17,81 9,20,21,22,23&24.
Recapitulation by States................ .............. .*,*****'** PP224 &25
Recapitulation by Sections...................4.... .************** P. 25
APPROXIMATE DESTINATIONS OF FLA.ORANGE SHIPMENTS, 1923-26 SEASONS...........
......PP.26,27,2229,30o31, 32.332*3435
& 36.
Recapitulations by States............... ****** .PP.36&37
Recapitulations by Sections.... *. .*******44 ****************** P 37
APPROXIMATE DESTINATIONS OF TANGERINE SHIPMENTS,1925-26 SEASON........P. 38
Recapitulations by States.......... ,..*.....4., ,..,.....********* *P 39
APPROXIMATE DESTINATIONS OF MIXED CITRUS SHIPMENTS,1925-26 SEASON..PP.40,41 &42
Recapitulations by States.......4...... *.... ....... .............P. 42

UNLOADS OF FLORIDA ORANGES IN 36 MARKETS, 1925-26 SEASON..... .......**P.* 43
UNLOADS OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT IN 36 MARKETS, 1925-26 SEASON,........P. 44
UNLOADS OF CALIFORNIA GRAPEFRUIT IN 36 MARKETS, 1925-26 SEASON.........P. 4
UNLOADS OF CALIFORNIA ORANGES IN .3:.M.A T.*. 1925-26 SEASON.,,....... P 46
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REVISED GRADES OF FLORIDA.X) CSUS FRUITS, E1'Af*'o 2,.*....*..'**** .47&48
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT O AGItCULTURE
futreau df Aaricult-*a* thomics
Division ofTFruttd i Vlgetables
and the.
Florida State Marketing Bureau, Cooperating.

MARKETING OF FLORIDA CITRUS, SEASON 1925-26.
By R. E. Lamb

SDaily Market Reports on Citrus were issued from the Orlando office
for the period November 2, 1925 to April 30, 1926.


The Florida Citrus season opened September 17, 1925 with the shipment
of the first car of grapefruit on that date, compared with September 6 the
previous season. The peak weeks of the grapefruit movement occurred
November 8-14 when 608 cars were rolled Northward, again January 10.16.with
617 ears, February 28-March 6, 695 cars, and April 25-May I with shipments
of 455 cars (see -0 7 .. ,lth the advent of the first peak week, the average
terminal auction sales declined over $1.00 (see p. 4 ). To March 1, the
general weekly average of the eight terminal auctioL.s, namely, New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St.,Louis, Chicago, Cleveland and Cincinnati,
ranged from $3.40 to $4.03, with an increase for the week April 12-17 to
$4.89.
The first car of Florida oranges moved October 3, 1925, compared with
October 9,.1924. The heaviest week of shipments occurred December 13-19, 1925,
when 1,280 cars were rolled to Market, compared with 1,885 cars for the week
December 7-13, 1924 (see p. 8 ). However, it will be noted from the.tabu-
lation on p. 4 that the break in the terminal market auctions took place the
first week of December when the general average dropped over $2.50, but still
returned to Florida growers 750 more per box than was the case the previous
year. In 1924, although the California freeze occurred during the period
December 24-26, the real upturn in auction prices was delayed until early
February. After that date, the general auction average showed a steady in-
crease until a peak of $6.00 was reached for the week March 30-April 4.
During the 1925-26 season, after the initial break early in December, the
general average of the eight terminal auctions listed above show less
fluctuation and a price level of nearly 30 above that of the previous season.
From February 1 on, the general auction average ranged considerably lower than
was the case in 1925, but reached a peak of $5.71 for the week April 12-17.
Generally speaking the Orlando f.o.b, market during this period of the
1925-26 season ranged higher than the terminal auctions. Grapefruit, the
latter part of October was quoted around $5.00, but the steadily increasing
shipments warranted a reduction by the middle of November to $2.75-3.00 for
best sizes, with discounts the rule to move 46s and .larger, and held fairly
steady at.this level during the holidays. The latter part of January
witnessed an upturn of 25"500 per box. Oranges, on a f.o.b.. usual term basis
opened late in October at $6.25-6.50 for best brands,.with an occasional
quotation of $6.75 reported early in November. In general, a price of $3.00-
3.50 prevailed during December, followed by a decline in January of 25-750 and
a subsequent return to December price levels early in February under the
stimulus of light shipments and wider distribution.


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PRODUCTIO- 2 AND CA-OTSFiEISFR 1911926
PRODUCTION AND CARROT sIPmENr$pS d".KOF.tDV,0 APEFRUIT, 191 .1926


Pf ddcion; : t arlot Percentage of
Season: (Boxes) in Shipments: Production
a p.. art*.,, Shipred in
S :...- Carlots:
1918-19 3,200,0ooo 8,8g 6,100 69
1919-20 5. .500,000 ,1 2,7s.. ..10, .. 71
1920-21 5, 00,o 0 ,00 1.,.. II,115 78
1921-22 6,ooo,000" '";- 6,'667" 12,9 43 78
1922-23 7,200,000 20,000 16,969 84
1923-24 ..,,o, oQ 22.222,. .19614 88
1924-25 .. *, do ;. ..77 20,087 : 88.
1925-26 6,50P,.;Q.0;. ., 5.1 : 22 7
58-year averageg .....
-l12W .. 7 30 s _
5-year aerapi 7
1921-b26 _:- 6 ,18b,000. ; : : .. -4;767 ,
.* 360 Boxes Used as the average ..,oarladO AL 192 6 figures subject to.
revision. ..: ,


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CARLOT T M 1PM)&T 0FILORID T QTSA.GTS (TANGERINES IN C0 LDI


_ 3rod(ictiot
(Boxes):


S: : 3,500oo, 06 .,. 9,.72 .
5, 700,0b 15 .833
.7, ooO, boo .19, 4. ..

8, iobo0 6 i. ; .. 6 5 ..
9.. 7, 0o., .. .
.12,4O6b,0ooQ .34,5.
S2 ,0 0 3.,553(
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T' .' ":- ,' .- Percentage of
I PrdatEtion' :' Carlot T Prodduct&i
i" A'Shipments'$., Shiippe d:f -"'ar-
1:!" *iariots!*i ; 'lots. :"


16.
96
87

.84
97
S82
87


15,59
S ".,14.70'oi
.. 20,859
.-15,718
23,006
33,431
5.,69%.
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9-year average .
1917-26 S ,10,0 o 2,97 ' 19,471 87
5-year average
1921-26 .. .9: 9- .9 23 0Q 86



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Season

1917-18
1918-19.
1919-20
1920-21. .
1921-2?.
1922-23
1923-24-
S192-25..
1925-26


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CARLOT SHIPI:ENTS OF ORANGES BY EiEKS, 1924 25 AND 1925 26 SEASONS.
FLORIDA ORANGE SHIPMENTS:
1925-26 Season. iI- 1924-25 Season.
SHIPJ'ElTS FROM ALL OTHER PRODUCING STATES, IiCLUDING IMPORTS:

[ --1925-26 season. 1924-25 Season.

Noto: Tangerines are included with oranges. Periods shown
are weeks of the 1925-26 season, corresponding weeks are used for previous year.

-rs.
3200 -

3ooo j
3000 -



2600 -

2400 -

2200 -

2000 -

1800 -
1 oo -

1600 i

1400 -

1200 -i

1000 -

600 -



400 |1|

60 /
200 /.,

Cars
ek ov. Nov. Nov' Nov. Nov.29- Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.27- Jan.
1-7. 8-14 15-21 22-28 Dec.5 6-12 13-19 20-26 Jan,2 3-9







COMPARISON OF FLORIDA GRAPFEFUIT AND ORtMGE SHIPMIENTa
1.924-25 and 1925-26 'Seasons.





Grapefruit:

91 1925-26 Season.
I 0
S1924-25 Season.

i Oranges:

S------ 1925-26 Season.

4 ------ 1924-25 Season.

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CALOT SHIPMENTS 0F 0RNG L BY j 1924 25 AND 1925 26 SEAsS.. -


FLORIDA ORANGE _SHIPMETS:


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.925-26 Season. f _- 1921Si --&5 o.
SHIPMENTS FROM ALL OTHER PROtICING STATES INCLUDING IMPORTS:

.925-26 Season. f -l .-19qL-25 Season.
Note: Tangerines are included with oranges. Periods Shown are
Ie 1925-26 season, corresponding weeks are used for pre-ious year.


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Cars

S3200

3000

-2800

S2600

2400

2200


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n1723
17-23


Jan.
24-30


7-1
Jan. 31-
Feb.6


Feb.
7-13


Feb.
14-20


Feb. 'Feb.2I
21-27 Mar.6


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2000

1800

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1000




600

400

200
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S FLORIDA MIXED CITRUS SHIPMENTS

It.has-been estimated by various Florida factors that approximately
60o of the mixed citrus' -hi-ments consist of.'oranges and.. tangerines, and
around 40%.o.' grapefruit The shipments of. Florida mixed..citrus for the past
three seasons are as follows:
1923-24 ............. 3,608 cars.
S1924-25 ...... ......... 4,226 cars.
1925-26 ................ 3-,074 cars.

PRODUCTION AND SI~PIENTS OF CALIFORNIA ORANGES, 1920-26

Crop Movement season Production Carlot
(Nov. 1- ITov. 1) (Boxes) Shipment s
1920-2 22,030,000 46,844
-1921-22 13,726,000 2S,376
1922-23 21,091,000 S4,342
1923-4 :23,095,ooo 044,905
1924-25 1 ,iOoo 34,439
18,100,000 34.439
1925-26 24,000- 00.0 ..... 46,923

NUMBER OF TREES OF BEARING AGE BY STATES, YWAPS 1920-25

The figures showrn below are a-pproXim-,te only. They are intended to
represent the number of citrus trees-- n farms 'ajd. old enough to produce fruit
:in the year shown. The figures.no doubt include some small trees producing a
ekaligible quantity of fruit. The enumerators of 1920 census asked for orange
*trees and also for other subtropical fruits. In.this table tangerire trees
have been included with .other orange trees, Theenumerators of the 1925
.census asked only for the number of orange trees, and the figures may include-
only part of the tangerine trees. In addition to the n-'n.bers shown, there are
in some sections a considerable number of trees that were not listed as on
farms by the Census Bureau.

GRA P EFRU IT

State 1920 1921 ;1922 1923 1924 1925

FLORIDA 2,044,000 2,344,;00 2,544,000 2,644,000 2,972,000 2,841,000
Qalifornia 2S0,000 328,000 385,0 33000 33,00 31,000 (2)
Arizona 22,000 25,000 26,000 26,000 39,000 (2)
Louisiana -
Mississippi 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 1 1,000
Texas 1,262,000 1,436,000 1,653,000


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ORANGES


FLORIDA
California
Arizona
Alabama
Louisiana
Mississi-pi
Texas


4,025,000
13,224,000
50,000
605,000
111,000
32,000


4,525,000
16,152,000
53,ooo
66o,ooo
119,000
34,ooo


5,125,000
16,456,000
60,ooo
1,500,000
128,000
50,000


6,025,000
16,785,000
68,000
1,700,000
138,000
6o,ooo
60.000
145,000


7,306,000 7,601,000
17,114,000 (2)
77,000 (2)
275,000 300000ooo
151,000 153,00ooo
25,000 40,000
165,000 190,000


/1 Less than 500 trees.


(2) Not available,


AUCTION OFFERINGS AND GENERAL AVERAGES BY WEEKS
The following auction offerings and averages by weeks are taken from
the Florida Grower. The general average by weeks given was obtained by
taking a simple average of the reported averages of daily or thrice-weekly
auctions in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Chicago,
Cleveland .d Cincinnati. The inzex figure thus obtained is of particular
interest in the study of price trends as influenced by shipments and auction
offerings.


FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT


eekirs


Oct. 26-31
Nov. 2-7
Nov. 9-14
Nov. 16-21
Nov. 23-28.
Nov. 30-Dec. 5
Dec. 7-1.2
Dec. 14-19
Dec. 21-26
Dec. 28-Jan. 2
Jan. 4-9
Jan. 11-16
Jan, 18-23
Jan. 25-30
Feb. 1-6
Feb. 8-13
Feb. 15-20
Feb. 22-27
March 1-6
March 8-13
March 15-20
March 22-27
March 29-April
April 5-10
Aoril 12-17


75
118
215
232
207
191
232
221
153
150
179
221
262
228
204,
226
201
195
232
253
256
279
209
180
168


5.92
5,12
4.o4..
3.-70
3.58
3.72
3,82
3.90
3.63
3.40
3.84
3.65
3.64
3.40
3.50
3.72
3.95
4.03
4.19
4.19
4.15
4.06
4.14
4.61
4,89


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FLORIDA ORANGES


1925,26 Season


No. Cars Sold General


.43
70
178
272
328
399
407
348
251
204
232
329
364
397
348
308
374
4oo
394
430
365
352
329
278
343


average


7.55
7.92
7.86
7.60
6.26
3.78
3.60
3.88
3.97
.60
.31
3.77
3.68
3.48
3.68
4.05
4.35
4.47
4.48
4.47
4.59
5.03
5.18
5,46
5.71


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AVERAGE AUCTION PRICE PER -BOX AT NE7 YORK, YEARS 1919-26

The following tabulations were compiled by the Division of Statistical
and Eistorical Research from the New York Daily Fruit Reporter. In the Florida
grapefruit and orange tabulations, the monthly average was obtained by taking
simple average of the retorted averages of all sales of "golden" grade,
Irrespective of sizes. In the California Navel Tabulation, the monthly average
was obtained by taking the simple average of the reported averages of all
sales irrespective of sizes, of the following-named brands: Paul Neyron,
Golden Cross, Glendora Heights, Pinnacle, Earlibest, and Big Tree; with
California Valencias, the monthly average was obtained by taking the simple
average of the reported averages of all sales, irrespective of size, of the
following-named brands: Carmencita, Shamrock, Bird Rocks, Bowman, Advance,
and Premium. In all cases, the yearly average is weighted by the number of
sales reDorted during each month,

*Ten sales or less during Month.
FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

Season 1 i I 1 Aver-
beginnin Q Oct.. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June I July age
-Ot-ber
1919 $3.72 $3.671$3.29 $3.16 $328 $3.6 $4.05 $5.02 $2.61*1$6.20* $3.70
1920 5.31 4.71 3,92 4.86 4.30 4.71 4.55 4.54 4.21 4.33* 4.55
1921 3,37 3.52 3.&6 3.47 3-78 3.91 4. 6 5.20 6.18 5.22* 4.03
192e 3.75 3.84 4.oo 3,'73 3.96 3.63 3.98 3.48 3.26 2.96 3.70
1923 2.89 2.80 2.91 3.00 2.'86 3.15 3.02 3.45 2.72 3.06 2,98
1924 4.19 2.99. 2.39 2.94 3.00 2.90 4.o4 4.50 5.99 -- 3-38
1925 '4.93 3.95 4.03 4.05 4.o7 4.78 5,37 5.07 4.85 6,06 --

FLORIDA ORANGES
Season Aver-
beginning Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July age.
October
1919 $3.16* t2.80 3-.95 4.22 $6.3 6.63 $9.4 $8.32 $ $ -- $5.91
1920 5.47* 4.65 3.17 4.37 3.94 4.20 4.82 5.56 4.,8* 3.51* 4.17
1921 3,06 4.18 4.29 3.95 4.85 6.68 7.15 8.06 8.99 9.79* 5.54
1922 3.69 388 4.0os 4.53 4.34 4,72 5.67 5.47 4.45 3.90 4.65
1923 3.11* 3M55 2.68 2.84 3.02 3.16 3.51 3.85 4.88 4.81* 3.27
1924 3.63 3.57 3.68 4.43 5.87 6.43 7.76 8.44 -- 4.89
1925 7.80 6,80 o4. 4.23 4.41 4.95 5.82 5.91 654 7.45
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CALIFORNIA NAyEL,OR.ANgS.

Season '
.Beginning -.:. Dec. Jan. I. Feb. Mar. .Ap.. May June Avera
December (- ) .I, A:; I. I
1919 $5.80 $5.98g $6.39* $5.13 $7.io $5.71 $4.76 $5.70
1920. 579 ".96 I 356 4.20 4.4i 5.01 571 4.63
1921 6.46 .4.64 4.81* 651 6 *6.9 '6.7* -- 6.07
1922 5.00oo 34 4. .17. 3.91 4.60o. 4.61 4.67 4.45
1923 ,4 3.50. 3.50' .3.23 :4.05 4 3.19 4.35* .3.67
1924 4.771 5.32. 4. '5,76 '572 7.,05' 6.74. 5.94
1925' '. 4,.69 4 14.77' ,,5.74 ..- (2) -''

1i).'.The season .sgua1y .beginin inDecember, .,but .n 1925 the. season began in
November with an average price of $7'.03,
(2) No quotations on brands used.


CA IFjOirIA :VALENOIA ORANGES

Season ~'...:.
beginning May June July Aug. Sept, Oct. Nov.I Dec. Average
.Ma. ...1....' "1 *
1919 $6.03* 5 5.649 .90 l t6.83 45.56 5.24 $5.69'
1920 4,91. 652 .7.05 -757 .7.8 .91 9.?2 s.67* 7:.56.
'1921 5.o; 5.76 53 .'6.24 3 682 6.31 6.09,
1922 . 7.-s, '8..42 9.33 S.9 95 91 9t.55.5- .90 o* 8413-
.1923 k.i 5.65| 4.77 4,45 5.5-6 5.87 6.9 -- 5.36
19214 .34 4.971 4.57 5.81 5,92 6.64 6.53 5.19* 5.70
1925 7.36 S.28 7.41 7.51 $.55 9.58 -- 8.12
1926 4.74 4.71 5;31 3 6.09 -- -- --


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CA RLOT SHIPMENTS OFf GRAaEFRUIT BY :TEEKS
Septemberlto July 1, 192425 "& 1925-26 Seasons.
(All of the following figures showing shipments from Florida for the 1925
season are approximate only and subject to further correction. This
situation was caused by the exceptionally heavy traffic handled by the
railroads operating in Florida, which so u-set operating conditions that
the rendering of correct reports was impossible. Many corrections have
been made in the figures but there are still outstanding a number of
discrepancies.)


Weeks (1)
Sept. 1-5
Sept. 6-12
Sept. 13-19
Sept. 20-26
Sept. 27-Oct. 3
Oct. 4-10
Oct. 11-17
Oct. 18-24
Oct, 25-31
Nov. 1-7
Nov. 8-14
Nov. 15-21
Nov. 22-28
Nov. 29-Dec. 5
Dec. 6-12
Dec. 13-19
Dec. 20-26
Dec. 27-Jan. 2
Jan. 3-9
Jan. 10-16
Jan. 17-23
Jan. 24-30
Jan. 31-Feb, 6
Feb. 7-13
Feb. 14-20
Feb. 21-27
Feb. 28-Mar. 6
Mar. 7-13
Mar. 14-20
Mar. 21-27
Mar. 2-Apr. 3
Apr. 4-10
Apr. 11-17
Apr. 18-24
Apr. 25-May 1
May 2-8
May 9-15
May 16-22
May 23-29
May 30-June 5
June 6-12
June 13-19
June 20-2'*,
June 27-31


Weekly period
season used.


14
40.
77
78
159
200
355
448
6os
488
303
591
520
419
186
284
563
617
570
429
403
439
452


592

3,19
140
421
455
394
275
185
101
6
45
30
4,


2

2
19
44
333
597
851
458
818
774
422
480
510
279
192
572
778
575
580
372
612
806
942
902
688







337
694
654
615
721
950
834



27
13
199
240
145
63
27
13
1


101
* 7
.9
49
26
207
191
213
193
58
73
85
91
81
83
63
39
54
63
75
6o
45
41
40
48
55
66
67
78





9
53




12
9

12
35
24


-
2
5
5
14
15
20
17.
24
82
36
59
48
48
38
38
25
27
39
41
35
47
29





41
76

45
45
25
58
101
625
48
41
14
38
10
25


101
97
89
126
104
366
391
568
641
666
561
388
682
601
502
249
323
617
6so
645
489
448s
480
492
619
750
658
677
530
372

497
Wi
442
329
225
110
99
90
57
65
28


during 1925-26 Season; corresponding weeks for


4
5
7
33
59
353
614
875
540
654
833
470
528
548
317
217
599
817
616
615
419
701
908

750











23
26
19225
79
709
543
253
289
186

5
23
26
1924-25


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


-'--





- 8-


CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF RAGES (TANGERINES INCLUDED) BY *TEEKS
September to July 1, 1924-25 and 1925-26 Season


Weeks (1)
Sept. 1-5
Sept. 6-12
Sept. 13-19
Sept. 20-26
Sept. 27-0ct.3
Oct. 4-10
Oct. 11-17
Oct. 18-24
Oct. 25-31
Nov. 1-7
Nov. 8-14
Nov. 15-21
Nov. 22-28
Nov.29-Dec. 5
Dec. 6-12
Dec. 13-19
Dec. 20-26
Dec, 27-Jan.2
Jan. 3-9
Jan. 10-16
Jan. 17-23
Jan. 24-30
Jan.31-Feb. 6
Feb. 7-13
Feb. 14-20
Feb. 21-27
Feb. 28-Mar.6
Mar. 7-13
Mar. 14-20
Mar. 21-27
Mar. 28-.pr 3
Apr. 4-10
Apr. 11-17
Apr. 18-24
Apr. 25-iMay 1
May 2-S
May 9-15
May 16-22
May .23-29
May 30-June 5
June 6-12
June 13-19
June 20-26
June 27-31


1 Florida I California


11925-26


1
19
62
115
248
369
459
753
1015
1050
1089
1280
437
447
76b
760
836
690
561
697
680
713
824
752
658
591
511
582
787
723
. 486
289.
211
123
63
61
28
16
6
2


I Others (2) -'I


1924-2511925-26 1924-2511925-26 1924-25


!
i

1
12
49
277
805
1145
1125
1057
1736
1885 |
1457
405
1062
1597
1231
1197
487
1022
1166
1074
958
747
646
559
545
571
462
369
295
235
254
243
156
126
75
39
18
2


370
377
424
368
322
209
171
100
78
194
668
1270
1291
1437
1209
'664
399
42
594
841
910
919
615
789
620
1201
1128
1095
1138
-1122
1232
524
1679
.1625
1346
1246
1206
1182
1152
997
1050
982
so7
314


556
602
601
631
581
491
498
435
367.
527
968
1240
1363
1288
726
446
3io
581
864
777
477
499
478
626
774
1036
921
1104
1059
831
784
1130
790
937
1004
.:.964
.8:74
785
751
, 841
862
661
121


2

9

38
59
101
152
101'
153
171
140
97
40
25
11
3
2
3
8
30
22
34
24
28
53
43
69
59
23
18
11
18
18'
14
12
3


- I







2
88
39
35
29
29

17
16
1


13
28

10

26
1
41
30
17
9

16
11

1
3
5 .









3
1

1


~--~-


(1) Weekly periods during
season used.
(2) All other states and


1925.,26 season;: corresponding weeks for 1924-25


imports as well.


-----------------
- _____ ___ _____ __.__ __._____ __i


Totals
25-26 1924-25
370 556
377 602
426 601
368 631
332 581
228 492
271 510
274 4g4
427 646
715 1420
1228 2152
2176 2400
2477 2449
2627 3053
2395 2634
1984 1920
6i1 731
8S3 1644
1358 2338
1603 2095
1754 1987
1639 992
1198 1521
1520 1654
1324 1700
1942 1758
2005 17s4
1890 16os
1865 1693
1772 16o4
1766 1419
1124 1255
2477 1499
.2366 10i5
1850 11ss
1549 1269
1429 1207
1308 1031
1215 914
1058 829
1078 81
998 880
S13 663
31b 181





-9-

.QQTe b SEIPME1NTS OF Li I U2 I JITS BY WEjKS
September 1 July 1. 192425 I& 1I-2 Season.


lets (1i


Sept. 1-5
Sept. 6-12
Sept. 13-19
Sept. 20-26
Sept. 27-Oct. 3
Oct. 4-10
Oct. 11-17
Oct. 18-24
Oct. 25-31
Nov. 1-7
Nov. 8-14
N8v. 15-21
Nov. 22-28
Nov. 29-Dec. 5
Dec. 6-12
Dec. 13-19
Dec. 20-26
Dec. 27-Jan. 2
Ja'n. 3-9
Jan. 10-16
Jan. 17-23
Jan. 24-30
Jan. 31-Feb. 6
Feb. 7-13
Feb. 14-20
Feb. 21-27
Feb. 28-Mar. 6
Mar. 7-13
Mar. 14-20
Mar. 21-27
Mar. 28-Apr. 3
Apr. 4-10
Apr. 11-17
Apr. 18 24
Apr. 25-May 1
May 2-8
May 9-15
May 16-22
May 23-29
May 30-June 5
June 6-12
June 13-19
June 20-26
June 27-31


I Florida .
"5,.-,_P6 q194-2'5


9

8
17
45
59
80
62
76
105
162
168
60
84

164
162
13
137
151
133
166
123
108
93
78
88
.82
120
lo10
67
19
30
25
5
2
3
2
-


Vf Aelr st (1)- -


Other States Totas
1qI-6 q24-215 Q192526 1924.25


"q l .f


i-ile~


(1) Weekly periods during
season used.


1925-26 Season; corresponding weeks for 1924-25


-,


3
12

9
36
62
118
170
130
222
368
309
59
145
267
271
215
117
166
199
170
152
138
15
95
70
75
89
73
62
50
3$
24
17
12
10
5
2


12
11
10
5
5
12
5
7
3
5
4
4
7
13
13
11
13
17
19
20

25
32
35
29
36
40
51
52
70
41
33
35
36
30




145
52
44
26


_ ,' L c


12
11
10
1

13
13
24
14
64
84
66
83
118
175
179
73
101
155
184
170
157
169
1g6
162
202
163
159
145
148
129
115
155
140
97
53
70
69
43.
40
48
54
4264
26


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


23
31
23
25
27
18
20
23
43
70
124
184
134
236
382
321
65
153
285
287
228



183

183
191
142
112
105
132
105
89
81
67
43
49
47
52
34
29
10





- 10 -


RAC OADSHIREES O Lhip), ~tEggfJUIT_ I~y L3EAiNG STATIO:S~


Season, September


1, 1925-June 30, 1926


Counties
Alachua
Brevard





Broward



Dade










De Soto





Flagler




Glades

Hardee









Hernando


Stations
Island Grove
Cocoa
Eau Gallie
Mims
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Dania
ft. Lauderdale
Total

Grove
Goulds
lome stead
Larkin
.iiami
laranj a
Perrine
Princeton
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

SArcadia
Brownville
Fort Ogden
Non Agcy. Stas.
Total

Dupont
Stearaboat
Landing
Total

Palmdale

Bowling-
Green
Limestone
Ona
W auchulc
Gardne r
Zolfo
Non Agcy Stas.
Total,

Brooksville


3
1


6


10
5
1-
14

25
__35-
95

66


Counties
Highlands



Hillsborough






Indian River


Lee

Manatee






Marion


----


Tot al
2
250
11
64
118
443
18

20
20

29.
148
S395
7
5
30
26
27

790

222
17
36
3SO
355


~ta.tions
Avon Park
Seb'ing
Total

Plant City
Tampa
Thonotosassa
Valrico
Non Agcy. St(
Total

Sobastain
Vero Beach
Vabasso
Non Agcy. St.
Total

Clermont
Eustis
Groveland
Lady Lake
Lake Jen
Leesburg
Lisbon
Mascotte
Mont Verde
Mount Dora
Sorrento
Tavares
Umatilla
Total

Fort Myers

Brandentown
Palmetto
Parish
Terra Ceia
Manatee
Total

Candler
Citra
Lowell
Ocala
So. Lake Wei
Summerfield
vweirsdale
Non Agcy St
Total


2S9
14
303

138
24
37
138
as. e
419

4
190
210
as. ?9


17
147
21
14
31

19
P-
3
32
26
1
s6
616

765

203
550
S3
237

1113

2
1
1
2
ir 49
14
134

211







Counties
Orange










Oceola

Palm Beach





Patco






Pinellas








Polk


Stations Totals
Brayton 7
Maitland 9
Ocoee 7
Orlando 613
Plymo3th 25
Tildenville 72
winter Garden 63
Winter Park 169
Non Agcy. Stas. 64
Total 1148

Kissimmee 43

Jupiter 1
Stuart
Salerno "
Non Agcy Stas. 2
Tot al 13

Blanton 10
Dade City 13
San Antonio
Elfers 47
Non Agcy Stas. 21
Total 95

Clearwater 959
Dunedin 172
Largo 262
St Petersburg 2
Palm Harbor 386
Tarpon Springs 7
Non Agcy Stas. 151
Total 1939

uburndale 296
Bartow 43
Bradley Junc. 1
Eagle Lake 145
Florence Villa 20
Fort Meade 1
Frostproof 485
Haines City 543
Lake Alfred 140
Lake iales 109
Lucerne Park 193
Waverly 7y
Winter Haven 776
Davenport 36
Lakeland 249
Babson Park 76
Lake Hamilton 73
Haskell 263
Dundee 43
NonT Acy Stas. _
To a 7W


COunities
Putnam




Sarasota



Seminole





St Lucie





Volusia


Stations
Cresent City
Pomona
Steamboat Landi
Total

Sarasota
Bee Ridge
Total

Geneva
Oviedo
Sanford
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Fort Pierce
White City
Jensen
Non Agcy Stas.
Total


Leke Helen
De Land 40
Deleon Springs 2
Glenwood 2
New Smyrna 42
Oak Bill 11
Pierson 10
Seville 13
Steamboat Landing 17
Non Agcy Stas. 5
Total 143


Boat Landings
GRAND TOTAL


13.759


- 11-


Total
56
6
ings 12
81

35
6
41

21
10




309
172
1
173
655


__ =_ ___ ___












Counties
Alachua



Brevard







Citrus



De Soto






Flagler



Glades

Fardee










Hernando



Highlands


Bowling Green
Ft. Green .- . '
Ft. Green Spgs.
Gardner
Limestone
Ona "".
Uauchula
Zolfo
Non Agcy Stas. _
Total

Brooksville
Istachatta
Total

Avon Park
Sebring
Lake Stearns
Total


Season, October 1,

Stations Total!
Island Grove 4 .
Orange Heights 6
Total 50

Cocoa .. :513 .
Eau Gallie- 18
Mims 151
Titusville- 17
City Point 6
Non Agcy Stas. 370 I
: Total 1075

Floral- City 9
Iverness 7
Total 16

Arcadia 625.
Brownville- 112
Ft..Ogden 32
Nocatee 9
Non-Agcy Stas. 136
Total 914

Dupont 4
Steamboat: Landing 6
Total- 5

Palmdale 16


Lake '


16o
25
19 Lee
30
50
38
806 Man
113

1331

75
13
88 Mar

69
13
S4
86


atee


ion


INCLUDED) BY LOADING STATIONS


Stations
Limona
Plant City
Tampa
Thonotassa
Valrico
Wimauma
Non Agcy S
Total

Vero Beach
Wabasso
Non Agcy S
Total


ssa


tas.




tas, -


Clermont
Eustis
Fruitland Park
Groveland
Lady Lake.
Lake Jem
Loesburg
tistori
Mascotte
Montverde
Mhunt Dora
Soreento
Tavares
Umatilla
Non Agcy Stas..
Total

Fort tyers
Non'Agcy Stas.
Total

Bradentown
Palmetto
Parish -
'eTrra Ciia
Manatee'
Total"

Boardman
Candler
Citra
Lowell
:' OCala
Ockladwaha


- 12 *


CARLOAD SHIPMENTS OF FLORIDA ORANGES (TANGERINES


1925-June 30, 1926,


Counties
.Fillsborough








Indian River


Total
7
765
34
150
112
9
76-
1153

29
4
20
53

50
611
1
34
6o
51
491
14o
50
29
192
104
6
363
41
2223

275
21
296

75
182
109
37

lS

18
12
65
11
60
2


___~







Counties

Marion (Contd)





Martin -

Orange












Osceola



Palm Beach




Pasco






Pinellas







Polk


Stations Total

;So. Lake Weir 85
Su-nerfield 70
eeirsdale 208
Non Agcy Stas. 174
Total 705

Non Agcy Stas. . 2

Mattland 117
Oakland .10
Ocoee 212
Orlando 1067
Plymlouth 227
Tildenville 264
Winter Garden 416
Winter Park 371
Brayton 12
Killarney 2
tbn Agcy Stas. 348
Total 3046

Kenansville 1
Kissimmee 237
Total 238

Jupiter 2
Stuart 2
Non Acy Stas. 1
Total 5

Blanton 41
Dade City 36
San hntonio 35
Elfers 47
Non Agcy Stas. 2
Total 161

Clearwater 280
Dunedin 82
Largo 42
Palm Parbor i64
Tarpon Springs 2
Non Agcy Stas. l14
Total 584

Auburndale 241
Bartow 148
Bradley June, 16
Eagle Lake 111
Florence Villa 380
Fort Meade 73
Frostproof 440
Haines City 340


it


Counties

Polk (Coz















Putnam







Sarasota



Seninole






St Johns

St Lucie




Sumter


Stations

'd) Vomeland
Kathleen
Lake Alfred
Lake Wales
Lucerne Park
Waverly
Winter Faven
Davenport
Lake land
Babson Park
Lake Familton
Easkell
Dundee
Non Agcy Stas.
Total


Cresent City 472
Pomona 64
San Mateo 4
Interlachen 7
Non Agcy Stas. 10
Steamboat Landing T10
Total 664

Sarasota 8
Bee Ridge _2
Total 10

Geneva 84
Oviedo 184
Sanford 97
Steamboat Landing 18
Non Agcy Stas. 134
Total 517

Hastings 10

Fort Pierce 127
White City 37
Non Agcy Stas. 32_
Total 196

Center Kill 8
.Oxford 1
Tildwood 26
Total 35


- 13 *.


Total

95
7
102
85
86
37
654
5
344
24
32
69
6
158
3453







Stations
Daytona
Demand
Deleon Springs
Glenwood
New Snyrna
Oak Hill


Total
13
752
129
23
81-
42


Counties
Volusia (Contd)


Stations Total
Orange City 10
Pierson 177
Seville 202
Lake Felen 17
Steamboat Land. 102
Non Agcy Stas. 196
Total 1744


Boat Landings ........................... .. .. 1
GRAND TOTAL ....................... .......... 19144


CARLOAD SHIPMENTS OF FLORIDA MIXED CITRUS BY LOADING STATIONS
Season, September 1, 1925-June 30, 1926.


Counties
Brevard






Charlotte

Dade


De Soto



Hardee







Fernando

Highlands

Hillsborough




Irdian River


Lake


Stations
Eau Gallie
Cocoa
Mima
City Point
Non Agcy Stas.
..Total

Non Agcy Stas,


Iome-stead
Naranj a
Total
Arcadia
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Bowling Green
Fort Green
Fort Green Sprgs.
Limestone
Ona
Wauchula
Total

Brooksville

Avon Park

Plant City
Seffner
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Wabasso


Total
26
287
15
1
12


57

61
203
28
231

2
3
3
10
21
21
60o

19

5

32
3
46
81


45 I1


Clermont
Eustis
Lady Lake
Lake Jem


Counties
Lake (Contd)


Lee


Manatee




Marion






Orange









Osceolo

Palm Beach

Pasco


Stations
Leesburg
Montverde
Mount Dora
Unatilla
Total


Fort Myers
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Bradentown
Palmetto
Manatee
Total

Chandler
Ocala
Summerfild
Wiersdale
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Brayton
Ocoee
Orlando
Tildenville
Winter Garden
Winter Park
Killarney
Maitland
Total

Kissimmee

Stuart

Blanton
San Antonio
Dade City


Counties
Volusia


Total
8
5
8
13
141

84
24
108

6
16
__ .1
29

6
4
7
24
15
5b

11
11
306
90
111
ill
13
10
19
571

32


- 14 -






- 15 -


Counties
Pasco (Contd)




Pinellas






Polk


Stations
Zephyrhills
Elf ers
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Clearwater
Dunedin
Largo
Palm Harbor
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

Auburndal e
Bradley Juneo
Florence Villa
Frostproof
Haines City
Kathleen
Lake Alfred
Lake aless
Lucerne Park
Haskell
Davenport
Lakeland
Bartow
Babson Park
Dundee
Lake Hamilton.
Non Agcy Stas.
Total


Total Counties
3 Patnaop
3
1 Sarasota
45


123
13
30
45
2'
213

117
2
100
124
165
1
12
5
35
56
19
7
93
10
13
17

823


Seminole

St Lucie




Volusia


Stations
San Lateo

Sarasota

Oviedo

Fort Pierce
ihite City
Non Agcy Stas.
Total

De Land
Glenwood
Oak Hill
Pierson
Lake Helen
Total


GQIAND TOT .L ......................


.................. 3284


DISTRIBUTION OF TLORIDA CTHRUS

The following tabulations of the 'final destinations of Florida
grapefruit, oranges, tangerines and mixed citrus' have been compiled
principally from information contained in the daily citrus reports issued at
Orlando, Florida, for the past three crop seasons. This report was issued
during the 1925-26 season for the period November 2, 1925 to April 30, 1926;
during the 1924-25 season, October 22, 1924 to April 14, 1925; during the
1923-24 season, January 15 to April 29, 1924. From the passing of citrus
through the Florida Gateways, namely, Jacksonville, Baldwin, Dupont, and
Waycross as reported by common carriers and all boat deliveries at Jacksonville
and Miami by common carriers as reported by the various steamship lines,
corrected by diversions and reconsignments at Atlanta, Cincinnati, Birmingham
and Savannah, passing through Cincinnati and the Potomac Yards, and unloads
of Florida citrus in the principal consuming centers for a corresponding period,
the final destinations, hereafter given, have been evolved.


Total
2

3

130

4
75
16
95

152
2
10
9
8
181





- -


GRrFETRUIT

From a movement for the .1925-26 season of 14,222 cars of grapefruit,
Florida distributed, according to the following tabulation, 12,659 cars to
402 towns and cities in the UnitedStates and the Dominion of Canada, compared.
with 405 and 473 cities and towns, respectively, for the aforenamed periods
of the 1924-25 and 1923-24 seasons.
For the p-st three seasons as evidenced by the destination tabulations
of the i arket News Service, 'Bureau of Agricultural Economics, there has been
an increase in the consumption of Florida grapefruit in the Southern and
Central Western states and a slight increase in the number of cars destined
to Canada points with a correspondir~ decrease, in the apparent consumption
of this commodity in the New England and Middle Atlantic states (See p.5 )*
Approximately 43,3 of the 1925-26 crop moved to the Southern and Central
Western states, compared with 35 during the 1924-25 season and 37D in the
1923-24 season. On the other hand, the :1iddle-Atlantic and Now England states
received around 39S of the 1925-26 movement, a decrease of 7/ and 63, rcs-
c ctivel.y,vfrom the 1924-25 and 1923-24 seasons.
It may be of interest to some to know the relative importance of the
channels through which the Florida grapefruit crop moves after emerging from
the so-callod Florida gateways. The common carriers reported to the Orlando
office of the Market News Service during its period of operation, 1925-26-
season, the following diversions: and reconsignments:Birmingham, lS1 cars;
Savannah, 1355 cars; Atlanta, 666 cars; Cincinnati, 863 cars; whitb passing
at Cincinnati amounted to 1734 cars and through the Potomac Yards to 5320
cars. The smaller diversion points, viz. 31oomington, Ill., East St. Louis,
Ill., liattoon, ill., Everett, Ga., Inman Yards, Ga., Thalman, Ga., Florence,
S.C., Manning, S.C., Pelham, Ga., Surter, S. C., Evansville, Ind., Memphis,
Tenn., Dothan, Ala., Chattanooga, Tonn., and Petersburg, Va., *how receipts
of 917 cars, an increase of 52j over the previous season; it was not possible
to secure the final destinations of these cars.

ORANGES AND TANGERINES

For the first time since the opening of the Orlando office of.the
Bureau of Agricultural Economics, it was possible to segregate tangerines
from oranges. During the period November 2, 1925 to April 30, 1926, reports
were received of 19,488 cars of oranges and 1,220 cars of tangerines destined
to approximately 555 cities'and towns in the United States and Canada.
Again it will be noted that the principal increase in the appa rent
consumption of Florida oranges, as indicates by destination records, occurred
in the Southern States ( See p, 37) which may be largely attributed to the
growing .popularity of bulk shipments to that section. Approaimrately 27; of
the 1925-26 crop moved to the Southern states, compared with 22/3 during the
1924-25 season and 25/p in 1923-24, For the past three seasons,' no marked
changes in the consumption of .Florida oranges in the other section of the
United States have appeared.
According.to reports received from common carriers for the period
November 2, 1925 to April 30, 1926, 211 cars of Florida oranges were diverted
or reconsigned from Birmingham, 823 cars from Savannah, 486 cars from Atlanta,
and 540 cars from Cincinnati, while the smaller diversion points, namely,
Everett, Ga., Thalman, Ga., Dothan, Ala., Florence, S. C., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
Nashville, Tcnn., Bloomirgton, ill., Evansville, Ind., and Petersburg, Va.
show receipts of 828 cars of Florida oranges of which no final destinations







were obtained* Over 500 cars of oranges'were leftl also at Savannah and
Jacksonville since the Orlando office received no reports of diversions or
reonusignments for these cars. *Doubtlessly, many of these cars were later
Picked up# at the Potomac Yards or at Cincinnati, In addition to the
passings of Florida orangesthrough the Florida Gateways and the aforementioned
diversions and reconsignmentts, 10,676 cars were reported to have passed thru
the Potomac Yards and 1,079 through Cincinnati.

Approximate Destinations of Florida Grapefruit Shipments


1925-26.19214-25 92-2~ 4


:Destinations


1924-26-i924-25 1942 4
:Season :Season :Season :


Aberdeen,N.C.
Aberdeen,S.D.
Abilene, Texas
Adairsville., Ba.
Akron, Ohio
Albany, Ga.
Albany. N.Y.
Albuquerque .N .M.
Alberta, Canada
Albion, Mich.
Alexandria, La.
Alexandria, Va.
Allentown, Pa.
Alma, Mich.
Alton, Ill.
Altoona, Pa.
Amarillo, Tex.
Americus, Ea.
Amex, Ia,
Amsterdamn. N.Y,
Anderson, Ind.
Anderson, S.C.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Apniston, Ala.
Appleton, Wis.
Ardmore,' Qkla.
Aehe ville ,NC.
Ashland, Ky.
Aghland, Wis.
Atchison, Kans.
Athens, Ga,
Atlanta, Ga.
Auburn, Ind*
Auburn, Me.
Awburn N*Y.
Auburn. 1 I*
Augusta, Ga,
Augusta, Me
Austin, Tex.


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Bainbridge, Ga. -
Baldwin, Fla.
Baldwinsville*,NY, -
Baltimore, Md. 222
Bangor, MWine 1
Batavia, N.Y.
Battle Creek, kich.ll
Baton Rouge,Laa 1
Bay City, Mich. 14
Beaver, Pa,
Beaufort,N.C. 1
BeaumontTex. .1
Beaver Falls, Pa. 4
Bedford, Ind.
Bedford, Mass. 1
Bellefont.Kans. *
Bellefontaine .O 2
BellinghamWash.
Bennettsville.S.C. -
Benton HarborMich.3
BessemerAla.
Bessemer, Pa.
Bethlebem,Pa. 1
BillingstMont. 4
BinghamtonN.Y. 24
Birmingham iAla. 51
Bianark,N.Dak, 3
Bloomington,Ill, 30
Bloomingt.onpnd. 1
Black RockN.Y.
Bradford, Mass *,
BraddoakPa,
BluefieU*Ky,
Bluefield,W Va. 11
BlairsvillpPa. .
Blu.ffton, nd*. -
Boise, Ida 9-
Boston, ass, 59?
BosemanMontt -


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1925-26 1924-25 1923-2- 1925-26 1924-25 1923-24
Destinations :Season :Season :Season ;Destinations :Season :Season :Season :


Bowling Green,Ky.
Bradford, Pa.
Brantford,Ont.
Bridgeport,Conn.
Bristol,R.I.
Bristol,Tenn.
Brookville,Pat.
Brownsville,Tex.
Brunswick, Ga.
Buffalo, N.Y.
Burlington,Ia.
Burlington,N.C.
Burlington,Vt.
Butte, -Mont.
CairoIll-
Calgary,Alberta.
Cambridge ,Mass.
Cambridge,Ohio.
Camdein,N.J.
Canastota,N.Y.
Carbondalell.
Carlisle,Pa.
Carmi, Ill.
Casper,Wyo,
Castle, kla.
Cant on,Ohio.
Cedar Rapids,Ia.
Celina,Ohio.
Centralia,Ill.
Central City,Ky.
Chamber sburg,Pa.
Champaign, Il1.
Chariton,Ia.
Charleston,S.C.
Charle ston,V .Va.
Chartlptte,N.C.
Charlottsville, Va.
Chatham, N.Y.
Chattanooga,Tenn.
Chester,Pa.
Cheyenne, Wyo.
Chicago, Ill.
Chi ckasha, Okla.
Cincinnati ,0hi-o .
Clarksburg, WVa.
Clarksdale,Mi ss.


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. i3 i Cearfieid,Pa. : -
4 1 Cleveland, Ohio.. 410
-39 -26 -Cli-ftn-- Fo~ge-,Va. -
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*. Otii'ti.-Ifo*i:.-*e -
Clyde,Ohio.
S2 '.. Coffevville,K ns. 7
S' Colorado Spgs.Colo. 4
'214 ''13 Cbolumbia,Tenn' -
"i12 .'. Columbia,S.C. 12'
-'" '7::"1olumus,Ga. 11
29 '' 2: Columbus,Miss; 3
4 9 Columb's,Ohio:- 137
S2 "'. Conneaut, Ohio" 1
S5". 3 Cordele,Ga. -
'Corni'gN.. -
'-'.'' 1 'Qotpus Christi,Tex. -
.- 1 'Cortlapd,N.Y.: 1
'- 'Council Bluffs,Ia. 5
'' Cumbcrl and ,Md'.
1 CushingOkla.

2 Dallas, Tex. 37
-Danville,Ill. 9
1ir. banvi.le,Ohido. 3
.'.. :12- Danviille,Va. -
1' '' -' Davenport,IoWa. 15
S- 2 Darlington,S.'C. I
S'." 1. Dayton Ohio 47
.2 2. Decatur,ala. -
7' '' "' '6 De c atur, Ill. 15
-. "' .. Defiance,Ohio.. 2
3" .:i. .. DelawareOhio'; 2
: 8 Denison,Tex. -
2 :11 Denver,Colo. 118
'1 '"1 'Des Moines.I6wa. 51
S1 D" etroit,Mich. 486
62. 3J Dixo ,:Ill. 6
2" ": Dubll"n,Ga. '
S'7 3 DuboisPa.
1'6 7'<' 0 Dubuque.Ia. 7
*- 1 Duluth,Minn,"
337' "'15. Du Qaoin, Ill.
". . ., 'Durham,N.C.
1 1 Dyersburg, Tenn. 3


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1925-26 1924-25 1923-24


Destinations


1925-26 1924-2? 1925-24
:Season :Season :Season


:i.Degtinations :Season :Season :Season :


IEast Liberty,Pa. 4
East St.Claire,iio. 1
East St.Louis,Ill. 22
Eau Claireiiis. 1
East Point,Ga. -
Edmondt oriAlborta 5
E1 Dorado, Ark. -
Elkhart,Irid.
Elmira,N.Y. 22
El izabcth" City,N. .
El Paso,T6x. 11
Einood, Ird.
Emnporia,IKahs. 1
Enid,Oklahomna 3
Erie,Pa. "
Estellc,S-.C, 1
Esthorville,Ia. 1
Escanaba, Mich. 2
Eugene, Ore. 1
TEnice, La. -
EvansvillE,Ind. 17
Elorott, Ga. 99
Evergreen Ala.
$vorgreen, N.Y. -
Fairmont,W.Va. 4
Fall Rivcr,.bss. I
Fargo, N. Dak, 6
Fayetteviloe,N.C. 2
Findlay, Ohio.
Fitchburg;, ass. .
Fli tnt, ice,. '25
Florence, S.C, 14
Fonda, NY -
Fon du Lac",iis. 3
Fort Scott..Kans. 2
Fort Smith,Ark. 3
Fort Wayne,Ind. 31
Fort ;'orth,Tex, 23
Forest City,Pa,
Fredonia, ans.
Fort Dodge,Iowa -
Freeport, '1. 3
Fromont,Nebr. -
Fromont,Ohio. 1
Fulton, N.Y.
Gadsden, Ala. 1


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Galesbuirg,111. 2
Galvoston,Tcx.
SGainesville,Fla, .
1 Gainesville,Ga,
Gastonia, N.C. 2
3 Geneva, N.Y. 5
c Gorgetown,Pa. 1
1 Glens Falls,N.Y. 6
9 Goldsbor6,WN.C 5
1 Grand Fotks,N.D,. 6'
S'Grand Isl nd,Nebr. 4
I Grand Jiunction,Colo.3
SGrand Rapids,;:.ich, 61
2 Great Fall s, ont. 5
i Green Bay,,;is. 5
- Grconsboro,N.C, 14
OGreen Springs, Ohio 5
SGreenville,Miss. 5
2 Grccnville,N.C. -
1 GroenvilloS.C. 9
4 Gi-ron'ood', .lss. 1
Greon;-:ood., SC. 1
3 Griffin,Ga.. 1
2 Groton,Conn.
aelph, Ont.
Gulfport, tiss -
.4 .ie rs to'7mn, L d. 2
3 Halaa, iIinn. 1
2 Hamilton,Ont. .
S Hamlot, N.CO 4
9' Hannibal, io 6
3 Harrisburg,Pa. 26
2 Harrisonburg,Va. 2
Harrisville,N.J. -
Hartford,Conn. 73
' Hartman,.iich. -
Hastingp, 1#&ch. 1
.: .Hstings,Nebr. 7
Hattiesburg,Miss. 2
SHazelton,Pa. 2
Helena, Mont. 4
'"" Hendorson,. I. -
SHenderson,' N*.C 6
Hickory, N~.O. 2
SHighland Park,Mich, -
SHihton, 1. Va. :3


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Destinations


Holden, W1. Va,
Hot Springs,Ark.
Houston, Tex.
Hornell,N.Y,'
Huntington,W, Va.
Hunt sville,Ala,
Huron, S.D.
Hutchinson,Kans.
Inman: Yards,Ga,
Ithaca, N.Y. -
Idaho Falls,Idaho1
Indianapolis,Ind. I
Iowa Falls, Ia.
Ishpeming,Mi ch,
Jacks on, ;ich. "
Jacks on, Miss.
Jackson,Tenn.
Jacksonville,Pla,
Jacksohville,Ill,
Jamest own, Mich.
Jamestown, N.Y ."
Jeaner.ette,La.
Jeannette,.pa. -
Jersey." City,N.J.
Jesup, .Ga.
Johnson City,N.Y.
Johnson City,Tenn.
Johns onburg,Pa.
JAhnstown,N.Y.
Johnstown,Fa.
Jonesboro,Ark.
Joplin,Mo. .
Junction City,Kans,
Kalamazoo, Mich,.
Kane, Pa,
Kansas City,Mo.. 2
Kearney,. Nebr.
Kelford,N.C.
Kempton,I11.
Kenton, Ohio.
Kingston,,N.Y.
Kingston, Cht.
Kitchener,Ont.
Kittanning,Pa.
Knoxville,Tcnn,


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: Season ; Season .;,Sea.son :Destinations


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Kokomo, Ind,.
La CrosserInd.
La Crosse,Wis.
La Grange, (a.
La Fayette, Ind
Lafa~et te,La,
.;ake- CharlesLa
Lake' Gem, Fla.
Lancaster,N.Y.
Lancaster,Pa.
.Lansing,Mich,
Lancaster,S C.
Laramie,Wy .
La Salle, Il.
Latrobe,Pa.
Laurel, Miss.
Iaurens,SC..
Lebanon,Pa.
Leighton, y..
LeRoy, NiY4
Letheridge ,Albe
Lewiston,Me.
Lexington,Ky.,.
Lima, Ohio
Lincoln, Ill.
Linooin,Nebr.
Lititt,Pa,
'Little Falls,N,
.Little Rock, Ar
Littleton,N,C.
Live Oak, Fla.
Lockport,N.Y.
.Lgan,7W,Va.
Logansport,Ind,
London,England.,
London,Ontario.
Louisville,Ky.
Lowell tEas.s
Ludington,Mich
Lumberton,N.C.
Lynchburg ,Va.
Lyons ,N ,
Idibscott,V,Va.
,iacon, Gra,
.tadison, la.


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Approximate Destination@4 F6kAorida Gtapefruit Shipments (cent inuc)


WQgtinations

Madison,Wi.s.
Malden,Mass,
Manchester, N.1
Mankato,Minn.
Manning, S. C.
Mansfield, Ohi
Marcellus,N.Y,
Marianna,Ark.
Marion,11. .
Marion, Ind.
Marion, Ohio.
Marshall own, I
Marshfield,Wis
Marshville,N.CG
Martin, .Ga.
Martin, Tenn.
Martinsville, VE
Martinsburg, WF
Martins Creek,]
Mason City,Iowa
Massillon, Ohi
Mattoon, Ill.
McAlester, kla
McComb,Miss.
Mo Keesport,Pa
Meadville, Pa.
Memphis,Tenn.
Menominee, Mich
LMeridian ,Miss.
Mexia, Texas.
Middlesboro, K
Middletown,N.Y
Miles City,Mon
Milton, Conn.
Milton, Pa.
Milwaukee, Wis
Minneapolis, Mi
Minot,ND.
Mitchell, S.D.
Mobile,Ala.
Monmout h, Ill
Monticello,Fla
Montgomery, Al
Montreal, Quebe
Monroe,La
Moose.Jaw,Cana


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Sqason :Season :Season

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2 -
2 3 3
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. 2
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9 10 -
10 9
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a. 7 4 3
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:Season :Season:


.<


.. 1925-26
:Destinations :Season

Morrisville, N.C. 1
Morris, N.J.
Morristown, N.J. i
Morristown,N.Y.
Morristown,Tehn.
Mount. Carmel,Pa.. -
Mount Vernon,Ill -
Murphysboro, Il -
I4uscadine,Ala.
Iiuscatijne,Iowa. 1
Maskegon, Mich.. 5
Msskogee, Okla 4
Mancie,Ind. 5
Nashiville,Tenn. 84
Natchez,Miss. 1
Newark,N.J, 5
New Bedford,Mass.'
New Britain,Conn. -
Newburg,Ohio
New Castle,Ind. 1
New Castle,Pa. 1
New London,Conn. 6
Newnan, Ga.
New Haven,Conn. 61
New Orleans,La. 21
Newport News,Va. 1
Newport, R.I.
New Rochelle,N.Y. 1
New York City,N.Y.1791
Niagara Falls,N.Y. 2
NoBfolk,Va. 47
NorristownPa. -
North Adams,Mass. -
North Bay, Ont, 5
North Pork, W.Va. -
Norwalk, Conn. 2
Norwich, Conn. 1
Nornic&,N.Y.
Oakland City,Ga. 1
Ogden,Utah. 6
Oklahoma City,Okla.25
Okmulgee, Okla.
Ogdensburg,N.Y. 5
Olean,N.Y. 3
Qmaba,Nebr. 91
Oneida, N.Y.


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D a192 : s 26.eason i'e so-:eao d-rV?6 -a ,tr92I-f l'92
Dest'inat ibns S~eason ':'ea~j6n :' Se~ion 'I Dast'~inaioflors Son'#i;rSe~'sOfi : Setssn:


.OneontaiI.Y. 14 6
'OntarioN.Y. .
-Opelika' Ala. 1 ;.4
.Orangeb-a~rg,S.C. 1 77
Oshkosh,Wis. ** .: 3
Ottawa, 4Jnt. 13; 14 .*.
-Ot tunwamr a. 2. 21
'Owiensbo~o, Ky. 1
Pacolet ,S.C. 1
Paducahi-Ky. 7
.Pana,I13j,.
1~PariST~x. ~ -
Parkersburg,W Valz 2 :2,
-Pate rsoia.,I.J. 1 1
~Pclham, ~a:. 28 ?~.
.'.Pcnsacoo3a, Zcla
*Peoria,I11* '4o, *?7 2
*.Perkasio,Pa. 1 -
-Peterboro,N.H. j:
'Petersb-arg,Va. 36 'l1l.7,
Pot osky,Mich. j 3
'.Pikevi1~e,Ky.- : A
Pine BluXf, Ark.:, ..
*Pittsbut-g;,Kans. 2 *
.Pittsbuurgh, Pa. 3 01,'..54? ;;:2~
-.Pittsfi*Ud, Uass.-. 2 5
*rp'ilade.1phia, Pa!65. 9: 2
*Po~at e 11o;:.Ida ... 1
Ponca G5.ty, Okla- 7
P Port 1ag] Me. 46
*Portlarld, Ore. .- 113 ,3 11 77
Port iA6'rris,N.Y -
-Portsmouth, Chio.,
.Potsdam,N.Y. -.7i :.~.
Pottsville,Pa. 1 1 1
oBoughkeepsie,NY. 2.
e-Provideonce, R.. 74 *;o1 P9 .
Pueblor Colo. : 7 5
Qaeobec, Quebec., 3
.'Quincyj Fla. :*. r
-Quincy; Ill, : .4
Racine, Wis. 5 4
Raleig4,N.C. 5 *.9 .lo
-Rapid 04ty,S.D*l 1
Ratio,Arl.
Rayne,La. 1


Reading, Pa. 3' '4
Regina, S.sk. 13 0 1 -
Reidsville,N.C. "
Reno, Nev. 2 5
Richmond, Va. *, 114 :' 159 86
Ridgway, Pa. ": .: : ;-2
Rimini, S.C. '
jipley, dhio .
Roanoke, Va. 23 27 22
Rochester,N.Y. 105 103 68
Rockford1ll. 5 7 7
Rock HilI,S,C. -
Rock Island, Ill, 2 2
Rocky Mo4 t,N.C". 4 3
Rochester' Pa. 1 i
Rome, Ga, 'i 2 2
Rome,,N.Y. 1 '
houses Point,N.Y ".
Saginaw,'Liich, 7 '1 5
St. Cloud, Liinn.' 1'
St. Catherines,nt.
St.John,'.N.B. -
St. Johrisbury,Vt'. 1 1
St. Joseph,tMich. 5 2 :
St. Joseph, Mo:. 14 4 :13
St. Louis, Mo. ,,262 2' 7 2.56
St. Paul, Minn. 83 ii4 '-73
zSt. Petersburg,Pla. 2' 2 -
St. Thomas, nt. -
Salina, Ians. 2 2 .. 5
.Salisbury, N.C." 4'..' 2
Salt Lake City,ttah 42 57 -3 134
San Antonio, Tex. 9 ,'5 1
Sandusky,Ohio. 2 -
,SanfordN,C. 2 -*. 1
.San Fraclsco, Caif- 1
Saranac. IskeN..Y. 2. .
Saratoga Springs,NY 3 "
Saskatoon,Canada. 6.
Saul Ste.Harie,'Mich.2 1
Savannah, Ga. 5 '146' .45
.Schcnec.ady,NT.. 42 3'1 5
Scrantoh ,Pa.. 35 56, 52
Seattl6e,Vash. :" 129- 121 54
Sedalia,Mo, "9
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An-rox inmate Destinat ions


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of Florida Gracefruit Shinments (continadd)


1925-26 922T-- 1923-24 1925-26 1924-25 1923-24
Destinations Season Season Season ..Destinati6ns .Season Season Season


Wellsville,NKY '
Wenatchee,Wash. 1
West Point,Miss. -
Wheeling,W.Va. 13
White River Jct,Vt. 2
Wichita,Kans. 24
Wichita Falls,Tex. -
Wilkinsburg, Pa. -
Tilkes-Barre,Pa. 24
Williant ic, Connr 4
Williamson,TW.Va, 1
Tilliamrsport ,Pa. 11
Williamst onm, l.Y.
Wilmington, Del. 11
1ilmington, .C. 7
ilmington, Ohio. -
Wilson, N.C.


1

1
5

.26
. 1
1
S25
5

12
1i
* 11
8
1
2


infield, Kans,
Winnipeg, ininitoba.
Winnsboro,Tex,
win ona, iJinn,
Winston-Salem,T.C.
'ooster,Ohio.
Worcester, !ass.
Yakima,V'ash.


1
7
-
1
5

19


Yazoo City, Miss. i 1
Yemassee, SeC. 2
Yonkers, I.Y. 1 -
York, Pa. 3 2 4
Youngstown,Ohio 34 37 2
Zanesville, Ohio. 11. 9
Unknown '1 2
-j(A. L 2. __.9 352


Recapitulation of Distribution


12Q5-26
Season


of Florida Grapefruit by States


1923-24
Season


.1924-25
Seaso n


Alabama
Arlansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Dclarware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
MI!aine
iaryland
ha:s sachuasetts
Li chigan
MIinnesota


States


118
26.

135
197
.11

61
.' 493.
.15
1402
S290,
1.68
72
110
34
4s
..230
680
S699.
305


36
36

201
254

189
23
477
22
1614
334
144
72
141,
144
44
44
305
971
579
302


90
16
1
82
130
I!
11
124
93
190
5
765
201
130
62
90
26
39
180
596
293
196


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-23-

Approximate DIsti~nations of Florida Grapefruit ,Shipmehts (continued)


Destiny :Se .2aso. 6 924 ....ason :Sason : n ..
Destinations :Season :Season :Season : Destina~t-ions :Season
~ ~ ~ I .i; .--~--


Selma,Kans. 3
Seneca Falls,N.Y. -
Sharon,Pa. 1
Shawnee, Okla. 4
Sheffield,Ala.
Shelby,Mont.
Shelby,N.C. 1
Shenandoah,Va. 1
Sheridan,. ,7yo. 2
Shreveport,La. 6
Sidney,Ohio,
Sioux City,Ia. 27
Sioux Falls,S.D. 11
Skaneateles Falls,NY -
South Bend,Ind. 37
South Rocky Mt,N.C. -
Bouth Providence,R.I.-
Spartanburg,S.C. 9
Spencer,Ia. 4
Spokane,Wash. 43
Springdale,Ark. -
Sprlngfield,Ill. 6
Springfield, Mas s. 4
Springfield,Mo. 2
Springfield,Ohio. 16
Spring Valley,1ll. 1
Stanton, Fla.
Statesville ,N.C. -
Staunton,Va. 5
Stearns,Ky.
Sterling,Il1.
Steubenville,Ohio4 -
Streator,Ill. 4
Sturgis,Mich. 1
Suffolk, Va.
Sumter, S.C. 93
Sunbury, Pa. 1
Sylacauga,Ala. 1
Syracuse,N.Y, 63
Tacoma, Wash. 6
Tallahassee, Fla. -
Tamaqua,Pa.
Tennille, Ga. 2
Terre Haute,Ind. 12
Texarkana,Ark. 2


1
10
IO



2
27
9

50
i

4
2
27
2
11
71
9
9
1

2

1






2
2
97
9



71
14


Thalmann, -Ga.
Thomasville ,a.t
Tinney,Ill.
T'ifton, Ga.
Toledo,Ohio.
Topeka,Kans.
Toronto, Can.
Trenton,N.J.
Trinidad,Colo.
Troy,Ala.
Troy,N.Y.
Troy,Qhio.
Tully,N.Y.
Tulsa,Okla,
Tupelo,Miss.
Tuscaloosa,Ala.
Twin Falls, Ida.
Tyler, Tex.
Union,S ,C.
Utica, N.Y
Valley City,N.D.
Valparaiso,Ind.
Vancouver,B.C.
Vandergrift ,Pa.
Van Wert, Ohio.
Vicksburg,Miss.
Vincennes, Ind.
Wacd, Tex.
Wggner Kans.
Walla Walla,Wash.
Ward,S.C.
Warren, Ohio.
Warren,Pa.
Warsaw,Ind.
Washington,D.C,
Wat e rbury, Conn
Waterloo, Ia.
Wtaterloo,Qnt.
Vatert own, Conn.
Watertown, N.Y.
Vatertown,S D.
Watuppa,!NAass.
Wayland,N.Y.
W eodsport ,N.Y
Welch,W.Va.


106


1
112
13
70



20
2

28
2

3
1,
1
30


6
1
-


2
1
5

2




190
8
17
1
-
15
1
5


2


19T52-2 1923-24
:Season :Season

3
3
-
1
97 60
12 15
67 44
4 1
4 1
1 -
19 7
-
1 -
17 19
3 2
3 4
2
1

32 22

1 -
6 1
1
1 1
5 1
3 2
4
1 -
4 3
1
3
1 3
2
189 124
17 7
l14 6

1
10 9

4 -
1
1 -
1 1








25

Recapituiation of DistributiO .of, Qrida ..Grapefruit ..by States. (Cont d)


Season


Season


Season


Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebrasla i
Nevada
New .Hampshire
New Jersey :
New. Mexico ..
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota-
Ohio-
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Unknown
Canada
Rn.rla.nd


..- ; .... 29
-496
22
-' .-10
S 2


.2422
01
,:. ,. .17
17
1053
74
: 114
1114
74
328
20
S303
S126

'. 16
242
84
55
162
17


34
528
4
72
S5
.T41
S2
3292
112
S10
1131
4o
!14-
1363
119
122
18
* 262
101
'57
13
268
i61
57
215
15


234


27
393

.' 61

3
65
2
*1583
** 86

648
58
79
955
67
67
I10
205
115
S 35
3
200,
86
38
884
5
2
125


,-iQWL~r~LJ ,, ^-,--^_ ,,_,-i.- ,_ =,-^-., -,^ -* L 1--- -------- --1 ^5^-

Distribution of. yoriieda.rapefruit by Sections, 1923-26 Seasons.
. .. . -,. . ... .. , ,


Sentiona


1925-26 Season
(Nov;2-April 30)
-Cars IPercent


The Southern-states,...;. .1,8'19
Middle-Atlantic. states. .. ,3,787
District of Columbia..,,. ...190
New England states......, ,,1,017o -
Central Western states... 3,661
States West of Mississippi 1.,9'51
Canada and England.... .,. L.-. 1i. :


TCYAT,..


-14.4
29.9
1.5
S8.0
58.9
35.4
; "2*.9..


1924-25 Season *
.(Oct .22-April.1 4)
Cars -Perccit


10*8 *
35.2
.1.3
S9.9
S27.6
*13.7 '
1.5


S1, 537
. 5,001
. 189
-,40o5
* ,930
S1,941i
. 224


1923-24 Season
-(Jan.1-April 29)
Cars Percent


1,074.
2,794,
124
838
2,030
1;367
S125


12.9
33.5
1.5
10.0
24.3
16.3
1.5


............ ;~5 *AJ ;?( 1142a -1 ac~~ 3O0eQ32L ----- -------


*.. .


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* *** S ** *
-. . ..
. .... ..*.....


o


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, -- _- -


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gention.


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--


' '


. I


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I






- 26 -


Approximate Destinations of Florida Orange


1925-26 5I9-25 1923-24 192 5- 26
Destinations :Season :Season :Season : D~etinations :-Season


Abbevillc, S.C,
Ab rdcon, Miss.
Abordeen,N.C.
Adairsville,Ga.
Adams, S. C.
Ahoskie,N.C.
Akron,Ohio.
Alabama City,Ala.
Albbny; Ga.
Albany, N.Y.
Albcmarlc,N.C.
Albeortville,Ala.
Albion,Ind.
Albion,N.Y.
Albuquerque,N.Mex,
Alexandria,La,
Alexandria,Va.
Allegany,N.Y,
Allendale,S.C.
Allento ~n,Pa.
Alma, Mich.
Alton, Ill
Altoona,Pa.
Americus, sa.
Ames, Iowa *
Amsterdam,N.Y.
Andalusia,Ala.
Anderson,Ind,.
Andersoh,S C.
Angelica,N .Y
Angola, Ind.
Ann Arbor,M4ich.
Aniaton ,Alat .
Ansonia,Conn.
Appalachia,Va.
Arcanum, Ohio.
Arlington, Ga,
Arlington., I.ass.
Ashbury Park,N.J.
Asheboro,NC.
Ashvill'e,N.C.
Ashland,.Ky.
Ashland,Wis.
Ashtabula, Chio.,
Athens,Ala.


3
2
3

i.
1
12
2

.1
1

4


.6
6


41

5
42

5
22
5

7
34
"


17
2
-
7




2
39

3


1





5
8
61
5
1

1
2
4
4
1

29

3
49
9

3


10


11
*l
-
2

-v


28

-t
"I

-.
.". ::..
. *; '-


Athdns, Ga. 19
Athens,Qhio, 1
Atlanta, Ga. 325
Atmore, Ala. 1
Auburn,Ind. 1
Auburn, M. -
Auburn,N.Y.
Augusta,a. 61
Augusta,Mo.
Austin,Tox. 1
Avoca,Ala. 1
Avoca, N.Y. 2
Bainbridgc,Ga. 2
Baldavin, Fla. 17
Baldwinsville Jass. -
Baldwinsvillo,N.Y. -
Baltimore, .Md. 718
Bamberg, S. C. 2
Bangor,le. -
Barnesville, Ohio. 2
Batavia,Ill.
Batavia,N.Y.
Batesville, Ark -
Bathe,.le.
Baton Rouge, La. 9
Battle Crock,Mich, 2
Baexley ,Ga.
Bayonn ,N.J. 7
Beauniont,Tox. 8
Beaver Falls,Pa, 3
Beckley,Ky. -
Beckley,1WVa.
Bedford, Ind. 1
Bedf dd, Miss.
Boellfontaine,Ohio. -
Boliofonte,:Pa. 2
Belmont,iass. a
Boliont,Miss.
Belton,S.3. -
Boneottsville,SXwC. 1
Pennington,Vt. -1
Benton,Ill ..
Benton HFrb0r,lich. 2
3orlin, N.H,e
Be~oemor,Ala. .* -
'. : : *.. .
: : -.-';*..


1924-25 1923-24
:Season :Season:

I. 1

376 327

5 -


109 54
8 -
2 -
3



4 -
-4
2
627' 586



1
3
2



1 -
1
16 13
*1
1

6 4
.7 -4
.1 .

2-
1
1. -
2 -
1




'1 -
1


* *


Shipments


*
*


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.


*. .
*.


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..


*. *


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- 21 A


Approximate Destinations of Florida Orange Shipments (Continued)


SDcstinatior-s


192>-26 1924-25 1923-24
:Season :Season :Season : Destinations


1925-26 1924-25 1923-24


:Season : Season


:Season :


Beasemer,Pa.
Bethlehem,Pa. 5
Biloxi,Misa.
Biltmore,N.C. 2
Bimghamton, .Y. 30 .
Birmingham, Ala. 251
Bishopville,S.C. 1
Blairsville,Pa -
Bloomiatgton,Ill. 9
Bloomiagton,Ind.
Blucfiold,W.Va, 15
Bluffton,Ind. 0
Blytheville, Ark,
Boaz,Ala. 1
Boston,~ass. 1338
Bowling Green,Ky. 2
Braddock,Pa.
B radford, Pa. 2
Brantford,Ont. 6
Bremon, Ohio.
Brcwton,Ala. 1
Bridgeport,Conn. 64
Brighton,N.Y. 1
Bristol,R.I.
Bristol,Tenn. 22
Bristol,Va. 1
Brockport,N.Y.
Brockton, iass. -
Brookhaven, 1iss. 2
Brownsvill, Tenn. -
Brownwood,Tx.
Brunswick, Ga. 4
Bucyrue,Chio. -
Buffalo,N.Y. 168
Burlington,Iao '17
Burlington,N. 3
.Burlington,Vt.
Butler, Pa. 1
But to ,Lont.
Cadillac,Mich.
Cairo,Ill. 6
Calgary,Alberta. -
Calhoun, S.C.
Camden, S.C. 1
Cambridge,Yass.
Cambridge,Ohio. 5


6
5
4

. 42 .
211

1
9

14




6
1 36


7
6


15
1






2
5
2


4
8








2
145
5
29




10


17 .
17

4
26



-


1


35
226

1
6
2
21

9-

916
5
6
4
2
9-
55
1







1
6
1
99

5
1
-2
9-






2
2
-


Charlottesvillc,Va. 9
Chattanooga,Tenn. 134
Che mrw,S.C. -
Chester,Pa. 1
Chostor,S.C -
Clesterfield,SC. 1
Cheyonnoe, 'yo -
Chicago,Ill. 803
Chillicothe,Ohio, -
Cincinnati,Ohio. 466
Clarksdale,Hi ss. 2
Clarksburg .Va. 6
Clarksville,Tonn. 11
Clay, Iy,
Clearfield,Pa.
l0eveland,Ohio. 455
Cleveland, Tenn. 5.
ClintonIll.
Clinton,Iowa.
Clinton,S.C
Clyde,N,Y.
Clydo,Ohio.
Colemans, Ohio. 1


Can~don,NJ.J,.
Camilla, Ga.
Campbel Isville, Iy.
Canandaigua,N.Y.
Canastota,N.Y.
Canton,Ohio,
Carlisle ,Pa.
Carbondale,Ill.
Carrollton, Ala..
Cart orville,Ga.
cartorvilleIll.
Casanova, N.Y.
Castile,N.Y.
Cazonovia,N.Y.
Cedar Bapids,Ia.
Codartown, Ga.
Central City,Ky.,
CentraliaIll.
Chanbe rsburg,Pa.
Champaign, Ill
Charleston,S.C.
Charleston, .Va.
Charlotto,l.C,


4
1



12




12

1
<-
7


9
9
6
5
80
14
71
9
92

8



889
1
589
3
12
14
2
4
396
i

5
7
9-
7
,,


- ~--- -


- ---~ ~; -~----*-*1-3`cl--


2

1
13
1
8
4
3

1



2



6
7
3
83
7
68
6
101
3
7
3
1
488

4og

2
7
1
1
298
10
1









.i. r 28 .

, approximate postinations .of Florida Orango Shipments (continued).


1925-26 1.924-25 1 25-24
Destinations :Season : Season :Season


Colevillo, Pa. ,
Coll-insvillo,Ala. 1
Colorado Springs,Colo.-
Coatesville,Pa. 1
Columbia, Tenn. 5*
Columbia, S. C. 81
Colurnous,Ga. 24
Columbus,Mi ss. 12
Columbus, Ohio, 134
Concord, Mass. -
Conneaut, Ohio. 1
Connellsville,Pa. 1
Constitutcon,Ga.
Conway,S.C.
Cookcvillc,Tonn -
Cooksvillc,Ill. 2
Cooporstown;N.Y. -
Corbin,Ky -
Cordolc,Ga. .4
Corinth,Miss,
Cornelia,Ga.. 1
Corning,N.Y. .1
Cortland,N.Y. 1
Covington, y-, -
Covington, Tcnn. 1.
Covington, Va. -
Crorwley,La,
Crystal Spgs.Miss. 2
Cullman,Ala,. 3
Culpepper,Va. 2
Cumberland, Md. 1.5
Dallas,Texas. 15
Dalton,Ga. 2
Danville,Il1. 7
Danville,Va. 9
Darlington,S.C. 2
Davenport, Ia. 1 1
Dayton, Ohio. 81
Docatur,Ala. -
Decatur,Ill, 2.
Defiance,Ohio. 1
De Funiak Spgs.Fla. -
Dolaware,Chio. 7
Demopolis,Ala. 1
DonnistonOhio. 1
Donver,Colo. 1


1
t


52,
19
1
S180


-2.
2
S 3



1

18
14
2
3
4

S.2
2

7
..2
18
37
3
10
12


89
' 7
7

9

6

9


1.

12
51
37
il
11
112




-3



.1


.1
5


1











.3
14

2
*2
18





-
6


..6
-3


1925-26 1924-25 1923-24


:Destinations:


Seas


Des Moines,Ia.
Detroit,Mich.. 2
Dicksonburg,Pa.
Dickson,Tenn.
Dillard,Ga.
Dillon, S. C.
Dixon, Ill.
Donalsonviliao, Ga.
Dorchestor,ILass.
Dothan,Ala.
Douglas,Ga.
Dover, Dol.
Dover Plains,N, Y.
Dowagiac, Mich
Drifton, Flat
Dublin, Ga.
Du Bois, Pa.
Dubique Ia.
Duluth, Minn.
Dunkirk,N.Y,
Dunn,N.C.
Durham,N.C..
Dyersburg,Tenn.
Dyersville,Ia.
East Aurora,N.,Y.
East Lynn,Mass.
Eastman,Ga.
Easton, Pa.'
East St.Louis,Ill.'
Eau Claire,Wis,.
Eaufaula,Ala.
Edmonton,Can.
Edwardsville, Ill.
Elba., N.Y.
Elberton, Ga.
El Dorado, Ark.
Eldorado,I ll.
Elko, S. C.
Elkins,W .Va.
Elizabeth City,N.C,
Elri raa,N.Y
El Paso, Texas.
Elwood, Illo
Elwood, Ind.
Eraporia, ians.
Emporia, Va.


--


--


on :Season :Season:

1 6 3
62 98 48
1 -
1 2 -
2
3
1
2 -
1
35 19 19
1
6
6 4
1 -
1
1 -
13 12 9
1 3
2
1
3
1 1
15 14 10
6 5
1 -
4- l
S1
2 -
1 2 2
15 -
2 1
16 17
3 1

S 1 -
1
8 1
-. 1 -
i -
3
. 8 4 1
18 49 31
2 3
1 -
- 3 1
- 3 -
- 1 -






-- 29 -


Approximate Destinations of Florida Qrange Shipments. (continued)

1925-26 1924P25 1923),24 : 1925-26 19244-.25- 193-2
Destinations :Season :Season :Season :lDstinations :Season .:Season :Season:


Emporium, Pa. 1
Endicott,N.Y. 3.
Ennis, Ga.
Ensley, Ala, .2:.
Entarprise,Kans, 1'
Ephrata, Pa.<
Erie,Pa, 3,
Erwin, Miss.. -
Eureka, '. Va, .
Evansville,Ind.' 5
Everett, Ga. 9
Evergroon, Ala, 1
Evergreen, N.Y, -
Fairfax, S. C -
Fairmont, W. Va. 1
Fairport,N.X, -
Farigington, N.H.
Farmville, N,.C. -
Fayette, Ill.
Fayetteville,Ark.. 9
Fayettevillp.,N.C? -, 9
FayqttevillePa.
Fayettovillo.,Tonn. 1
Findlay, Ohio. 1.
Fitchburg, J.ass. -i
Fitzgerald,..Ga.
Flint, Mich, 3 '
. Flora, Ill,.
Florence, S. C. 189.
Fonda, N.Y,.
Fond Du Lac,Wis. :' L .
Forest City,.N.C .
Fort -EdwardyN.YN. -
Fort Gaines, Ga. 1
Fort Smith,,.Ark .
Fort Valley, Ga.
Fort Wayne, Ind.


Fort Worth, Texas, 5
Four Oakes,N.C,
Frankfort, ll. ...
Frankfort, Ky.
Franklin, Va.
Franklinville,N.J,
Freaont, Migh. -
Fromont, Nebr.


122
.1

2
2.,
7.
,1
S2
58
4
7

1
. 4


3.


.19

.

5


. 2.









19
15.
1

.

c


5
-



4


40o


1

1
1


1

14
,1

2

1
2

6
2




..
1
1


1
-1
Vt


Fromont, Ohio. 5 -
Fredcrick, id. 1
Fredericksburg,Va. -
Front Royal, Va. 1 -
Fulton,N.Y. "
Gadsden, Ala 8 4
Gaffney, S.C. 3
Gainesville, Fla. 8
Gainosville,Ga. 14
Galax, Va. -
Galosburg,Ill. l4 10"
Gallati i M, A 1
Gallatin, Tenn. -
Gallipolis, Chio, 1 -
Galvcstdn, Tex. 8
Gastonia, N'C. 20 22
Geneva,N.Y. 3' 15
Georgetown,S.C. 1 .
Georgiana, Ala. -
Glasgow,Ky-. -
Glassboro, N.J 4
Glens Falls,N.Y. 5 14
Gloversville,N.Y. 1 -
Goldsboro,N.C. 35 43
Grand RapidsMich. 24* 27
Granvillo,W.Va. .
Great Falls,I.ont. 1 -
Greensboro, .C. 53 57
Greensburg,.Ind. 1 1
Greencastle, Fa' -
Green Springs,Ohio. 1
Greenville,Ga.. 1
Groonville,Miss. '23 28
Grecnville,N.C. 8
Greenville,S.C. 41 21
Greenwich,Conn. -
Greenwood,Miss, 19 10
Greenwood,S.C. 8 -
Greer,S,C, 1 1
Grenada, Miss. 1
Greene,Pa. -
Griffin,Ga. 14
Groton,Conr.
Guelph,Can. 1
Gulfport ,i ss, 11 18









Approximate.-es~itations of Florda Oraenge:.Shipmients contained )


S'1925-26. 1924-25
.tJd;:stinati.on ..:Season :Season


Hage rst own, Mid,
SHambdrg, NJ.
Hamburg, N*.Y.
Hamlet, N*C,
Hamilton, Can.n
Hamilton,NY.
Hamilton, Ohio.
Hampton, Fla.
Hannibal, io.
Hanover,l ,ss.
Hartford, Conn. 1:
Harriman, Tenn,
Harrisburg, Ill.
Harrisburg,Pa. 1
Harrison,N.J.
Harrisonburg,Va.
Harlan, Ky.
Hartsville,S.C.
Hastings,Nebr.
Hattiesburg, hi ss ,
Hawkinsville,Ga.
Hazard, Ky.
Haz elhurst, iis.s.'
Hazleton, Pa.
Headland, Ala.
Helena, Ark. ,
Henderson, Ky.
Henderson, N.C.
Hendersonvillo,N.C.
Herrin, Ill.
Hickory,N.C.-
Highland park, ich.
High Point, N.C.
Hilton, N.Y*
Hinton,Ia.
Hinton,WT,Va.
Holly Springs,Miss.
Homer,N.Y.
Homer City,Pa.
Honesdale, Pa,
Hope' 1Alls,N.C.
Hopewell, l.iss.
Hopki nsvill e,';Ky.
Hornell,N.y.
Hot' Springs,Ark.
Houston, Tox.


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Destinations. :Season.:Soason :Season :


Howell, N.J.
Hudson, N.Y. 1-
Humboldt ,Tnn. 1
Harnt ingt on, Ind.
uuntington,W.Va. 33
Huntsville, Ala. 24
Iberia, La.
Indiana, Pa.
Indianapolis,Ind. 189
Inman Yards,Ga. 2
Iron City, Pa.
Ironton, Ohio 7
Ishpeming,ilich. -
Ithaca,N.Y. 5
Jackson, Ga.
Jackson,Ind. -
Jackson, 1Uich i .3
Jackson, I.i ss; 47
Jackson,Tenn, 18
Jacksonville,Fla, 84
Jacksonville,Ill. -
Jamestown,N,.Y. 13
Jasper,Ala. .
Jasper, Fla. ...
Jcanerette, La, -
Jeannette, Pa'.
Jennings, Flat 2.
Jersey City,NJ. -
Jesup,- Ga 2 2
Johnsburg,Pa -
Johnson City,N.Y. 3
Johnson City;Tennr, 6
Johnstown, Pa. 4
Joliet,Ill 2
Jonesboro,Ark, -
Joplin, Mo.-
Junction City,Kans. 1
Kalaraz oo ,Mich,. '2
Kane, Pa *
Kanpapolis, N.C. '-
Kansas CityMo. .8
Keene, N.H* .. 2
Kelford,N.C.- 2
Kenova, TW. Va.
Keyser, W7 Vas 1
Keystone, Pa.


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Approximate Destinations bf Flo.Fda Orange Shipments (continued)

1925-226 196.425 1923-24 19256 1924-25 1923-24
Destinations- :Season :Season seasonn :Destinations :Season :Season :Season ;


Key West, Fla.
Kingsport,Tenn. 1
Kingston,N.Y. 2
Kinston,N.C. 16 '
Kittanning,Pa. l 1
Knoxville, Tenn.' 49
Kokomo,Ind..
La Crosse, Wis. l1
Lafayette, Ind. 5
Lafayette,La." 0
La Grange,Ga. 7
La Grange,Ill. -
Lake Charles,La. -2
Lake City, S..C. 2'
Lake Jer, Fla. -
Lake View, N, Y.'
Lancaster, Pa. 25
Lancaster, S.C.
Lanier, Ga. 1
Lansdale,Pa.
Lansford, Pa.- 1
Lansing, Mich': 5
SLa Salle, Ill.
Latrobe, Pa.
Laurel,Miss. 13
Laurens, S. C. .1
Laurinbur;, N. C.
Lawrence, Kans.
Lawrence, Mass. -
Lawrenceville,N.Y. -
Leaksville,N.C. 3
Lebanon, Pa. 2
Lebanon, Tenn. 2
Leesville, S.C. 2
Lehigh, Pa.
Lehighton, Pa. 10
'Leighton, Ala. 1
Lenoir,N.C.
Lenovor, Pa. -
:Le Roy, 'N.Y. 1..
Lewisbur, Pa. 1
Lewiston, Me.- 3
Lexington, Ky; 52
Lexington, N.C. 1
Lexington, Va. 11
Lima, Ohio.
Lincoln, Ill ..


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LincolnTon,N.C. 3
Litchfield,Ill. -
Lititz, Pa. 1
Little Falls, N.Y. -
Little Rock, Ark. 15
Live Oak, Fla.
Livingston, Tenn. 2
Lock Haven, Pa. 3
Lockport, Ill -
Lockport, N.Y. 1
Logan, W. Va. 1
Logansport,Ind. 3
London, Ont. 2
Long Island City,NY -
Louisburg, NC,
Louisville, Ky. 156
Lowell,.ass. 1
Ludington, Mich. 2
Luaberton, N.C. 5
Lynchburg, Va. 41
Lynn, Mass. -
Lyons, -Kans. ,-
Macon, Ga. 104
Mabscott, V. Va.
Mac Kenzie, Mont. 1
Macrae, N.C.
Madison, Fla.
Madison, N.J.
Madison, Wis. 6
Madisonville,Ky. 1
Lia'gee, .ss.
Mahanoy City, Pa. 1
Manchester, N.F. '2
IManlius, N.Y.
Manning, S.C. 4
Mansfield,Ohio. 3
Marathon,N.Y.-
Marcellus, IT. -
Marianna, Fla. 8
Marianna, Ark, 3
Marietta, Ohio. 2
Marion, Ill. 1
Marion, Ind. 2
Marion, Ohio, 2
Marionville, Mo,
Marlboro,Mass -


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Approximate Destinations of Florida Orange Shipments (continued)

1925-26 .1924-25.1923-2 1925-26-4924-25 1923-24


Destinations :Season :Season :


Martin, Tenn.
Martinsburg, v. Va.
Martins Creek,Pa.
Mart insville, Va
Martisco, N.Y.
Massillon,Ohio.
Matoaka, 7W.Va.
Matt oon ,'Ill.
Maxton,N.C.
,"ayfield, Ky.
laysville,K y.
McCombs, Ala,
McComb, "liss.
McCormick, Pa.
Mcv i nnv ille, Tenn
Meadvillc, Fa.
Mecdina, IT.Y.
Medina, Ohio.
Memphis, Tenn. 2
'Mena, Ark.
Meridian, iMiss.
Middleboro, Hiss.
iiddleport, Ohio.
Middlesboro, Ky.
Middle own,N.Y.
Middle vwn,Fa.
Milan, Tenn,
1Miles City, Mont'.
Milledgeville, Ga.
'Millen, Ga.
Milltown, Ga.
Millville, Pa.
Milton, Pa.
Milwaukee, Wis.
iinersville, Pa.
,Minneapoli s, Minn.
Mobile, Ala.
Moncure, N.C.
Monmouth, Ill,
Monroe, Ga.
bMonroe ,La,
Monroe,Mich.
Montczuima, Ga.
Montezuma, Iowa.,
1,Ionticello, Fla.
.Montgomery, Ala, 1
Montreal, Can.


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Dest inaitioans ;Season

1.ooresville, 'N-.C. 1
' Moravian, pa. -
Morgant on, -Tenn, 2
'Morris, N.J.
Morristown,N.J.
Morristown, Tenn, 2
4it Aity, Ga -
Mt* Airy, N.C. 1
"it Ca rmel,Pa. 8
1Mt. Iorris,N.Y. -
Mb. Olive,N.C. 1
Mt. Sterling,Ky. -
'Mt. Vernon, Ill
Mullens, W. Va. 2
Muncie, Ind. 4
* Marfreesboro,Tenn. 2
.Murphy, N.C.
Murphysbcro, Ill 2
Murray, "y. 2
MuLskogee, Okla.
Mi.skegon,I ich. 1
Nantucket, R. -I
SNashua, ..NH.
'Nashville, Tenn. 166
Natchez, Miss. 4'
New Albany,Ind. 1
Newark, N.J. 29
New Bedford, Mass. 10
Newborn, N.C. 6
Newberry,Pa. 6
Newberry, S.C.
New Britian,Conn. -
New Brunswick,NJ. 1
Newtburgh,N.Y. 6
New Castle,Ind. 1
Now Castle, Pa. 2
Now Haven, Conn. 129
New Iberia,La,.
Now London,Conn, 20
.Nw Orleqns,La. 50
Newnan, *Ga.
Newport ,R.I
Newport,Vt. 1
Newport,News,Va. 1
.New Rochelle,N.Y. 2
Nowton, iass 2
Nowvillo,Ala.


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Approximate Destinatioa .of FlOrida Oralge Shipments (coft inued)

i 192.5-26 1924-25 1923-24 1'.2- i :9 6 1924-25 1923-24
Destinations ;Scasof.-::Scatc'n :Seasofi- 'De'tnatonsr :Seasori :Season' :Season';


New York. City;N.Y.4131i- 3789 -
.Norfolk,Va. 151 94
North Adams,Iass 8
'North Bay,Ont. i 1- '
;North Fork,V.Va. -' -
SNorthumberlandPa -
SNorthwilkesboro,N.C. 1
Norwalk, Conn. 6 7-
SNorwich, Conn., 6 21
Ocilla Ga. -1
Ogden, Utah, 2'
Ogdcnsburg,N.Y. 2 `3 '
SOil City,Pa. 1
Okolona, Ark. 1
Oklahoma City, "kla. 14
Olean,N.Y. 5* 5
Omaha, Nebr. 1 *4
Oneida, N.Y. '1 -
Oneonta',N.Y. 3 8
Opelika,Ala, 7 15
Orange ,N.J. .5
Orange, Va. "' 2
Orangeburg, N.Y .' -
;Orangeburg,S.C. 22 -
Ottawa,Can. 27
Owensboro,Ky. 5 '1
Owensbu-g,Ind. 2
Oxford, N.Y. .
Ozark,Ala. 2 2
SPacolet,S.C.
Paducah,Ky. 12 17
Pana,Ill. -
Paris,Ill. 3
.Paris,Tenn 3 2
Parkersburg,W .Va. 5 10
Passaic,N.J. -
Paterson,N.J. 1 -
Pekin,Ill. -
Pelham, Ga. 1
Pelham,N.Y. 1
Penn Yan,N.Y. -
Pensacola, Fla. 12 38
Peoria,Ill, 9 9
Perkasie,Pa. 1
Perry, Ill. :
Perry, N.Y. -


2952 Perth A.boy,N.J -
82 Peru, Ind
4- Petersburg, Va, 65
Philadd1phia, Miss. 1
1 Philadelphia,Pa. 1698
4 Phillipsburg,Pa. 3
Phoenix,NY, -
10 Piedmont,Ala. 4
12 Piedmont, W.Va. 4
Pikevill'e.,N.C. 1
-. pinckard-,Ala. -
5 Pine Bl1iff, Ark. 5
i Pittsburgh, Pa. 616
,' Pittsfield,Mass. 5
3" Pittsville, Va. -
3" Piqua, Ohio. 1
2 Plainfield, Conn. 1
1 Plainfield, N.J. 1
4 Plant City, Fla.
3 Pocahontas, Va.
Ponca City, Okla.
Pontiac, Eiich. -
Port Jorvis,N.Y. -
15 Portland, Mo. 50
Port Liorris,N.Y.
6 "Portsmouth, Ohio. 18
Potsdam,N.Y. 2
1 .Pottstown, Pa. 1
2 Pottsville,Pa. 7
1 Poughkeepsio,N.Y. 5
12 Princetosi Ind.. 3
1 Providence, Ky., -
4 Providence, R.I. 188
* :. .Pulaski,N.Y. .,-,
6 Pulaski, Va. 1
S3 Quebec,.Can. -
3 .Quincy, .Fla, 2
1 .Quincy, Ill. 4
Quitman, Ga. -
Raeford,. N.C, -
2 :Raleigh,N.C 34..
26 Raleighi.Va.
3 .hyne, La. -
2 ;Rayville, La's 2
Reading,. Pa. 38
1 Redbay, Ala. 1


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A.pproximate Destinattpg of..Floarda- Orae 'SMipments (continued)


t* n n 1925s26 1924-25 1923,24-
Destinations ,:Season :Saasamh rSeason :2


Regina, Can. -'
Reidsville,N.C.
Richland, Ga.
Richmond, Ind.


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2
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.Richmond, Va." *202
Ripley, Ohio. -
River:Junction,, Fla.8
RivertonN.J." 2
Roanoke, Va. 62
SRoanoke, Ala. I.
- Roches'ter,N.Yr 6,9
Rockfor'd Ill. 6
*"ock Hill.S.C. -12
Rockingham,N.C. 2
Rock Island,Ill.
-locky Ford,Colo. -
Rocky Mount,N.C. 31
Rogersville,N.Y.
*Rome,Ga, 14
Rome,N.Y.
Rose Hill, N.C.
Rossville, Ga. .-
Rouses Point,N.Y. .1
Rushville,Ind. I
Russellville,Ky.. .1
Ruston,La. . 3
Rutherfordton,N.C. 1 .
Rutland,Vt. .-
St. Johns,Can. .1
St .JosephMo. .
St. Louis,Mo. 299
St.Mary s,Ohio. -
St.Marys,Pa.
St. PaulsMinn. 1
St.Petersburg,Fla, 2
Sackville,N.B. 2
Saginaw, Mich, 2
Salamanica,N.Y.
Salem, Mass.
Salisbury,Conn.
Salisbury,N.C. 25
Salt Lake CityUtah.-
San Antonio,T~xas, 1
Sandusky, Ohio. 1
Sanford, Fa. -
Sanford,N.C. 10
Saranac,N.Y. -


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1925-26 19224-25 1.923-24
Destinations : Season :Sea son.A .Se68on:


. Saratac -Lke,NiY, 3
1 Saratoga Springs,N.Y.2
2 Saul 'Sainte Marie ,MichO 1 ..
1- Savannah,Ga, 516&- i
9g Schenectady,N.Y. 17-
3 Scbttsboro,Ala. *
8 Scranton,Pa.: 65
SSeattle ,a.sh. -
56 Sedaliia,Mo. -
- Saliina,Kans, 1i
59 Selma,Ala. 28-
4 Seneca Falls,.Y. -
L. Seymour,Ind, -.
-1 Shamwkin, Pa. 6
Sharo'n Pa. .
SSheffield,Ala. 10
L7 Shelby,N.C. 13.
- Shelbyville,Ind. 3
b>5 Shenandoah,Va. 5-
1 Shreveport La. 33,
- Sidney,Ohio.. 2
0 Simcoe,Can..
1 Sioux City,Iowa.
- Skaneateles,N..Y.
SSodustich. .
SSodu';NY.
SorTersPa.
South Bend,Ind. 8
4 South Bethlehem,NY -
1 South Boston,Va. 1.
76 South Norwalk.Conn. 5
S South Pittsburg,Tonn.l
2 South Rocky Mount,NC -


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Spar.ta, Tenn.
Spartanbturg, S.C.
Springfield, ll
Springfield,Mass.
Springfield ,o.
SpringfieldOhio.
Stamford, Conn.
St ant on,N .J.
St arkville,Mi ss.
State sboro,Ga.
State sville ,N.C.
Staunt6nVa.
Steubenville, Ohio.
Streator,Ill.


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Approximate Destinations of Florida Oranme Shipments (continued)


De stinations


1925-26 1924-25 1923-24
:S& ao :on :S n ; Sason :


1925-26 1924-25 1923-24
,De~tinations : Season : Season :Season:


Sturgis,iiich,
Stuttgart,Ark.
Suffolk, Va.
Sumter,S.C.
Sunbury ,Pa.
Sylacauga, Ala.
Syracuse N.Y.
Talladega, Ala.
Tallahassee, FPn.
Tarboro,N.C.
Taunton,Mass.
TaylorvilleIll.
Tennille, Ga.
Terre Haute,Ind.
Texarkana, Ark.
Thelmann, Ga.
Thomaston, Ga.
Thomasville,Ga.
Thornton, W. Va.
Tiffin. Ohio
Tifton, Ga,,
Titusville, Pa.
Toccoa, Ga.
Toledo, Ohio.
Topeka, Kans.
Toronto,Can.
Torrington,Conn.
Trenton,N.J.
Troy, Ala.
Troy, Ohio.
Troy, N.Y.
Tulsa, Okla.
Tully, N.Y.
Tupelo,Miss.
TuscAloosa,ala.
Tutwiler, i,'iss.
Tyrone,Pa.
Unadilla,Ga.
Union, $C.
Union,W .Va.
Union City, Pa.
Union City, Tenn
Utica,N.Y.
Valdosta,Ga.
Vandergrift,Pa.
Van Wert, Ohio.


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Vicksburg, Mi ss. 14
Vidalia, Ga. 5
Vincennes,Ind. 2
Vineland,N.J.
*Vaco, Texas.
Wadesboro,N.C. 2
Waynesboro, Ga. 1
\alden,N .Y '
* -alace,N.Y. +Y
.Wapakoineta,Ohio. 2
Ward, Ala.
Warren,' Ohio
Warren, Pa,
arrenton,N.C. 1
Warsaw,Ind. 1
'v ashington,D C. 317
Washington, N.C. 4
Vhaterbury,Comnm 26
Vaterloc, Ia. 2
WatEr town,Conn.
Watertown,N.Y. 24
Water ValleyN.Y.
Watuppa.Mass. 18
Waupeca, is. I
vaverly, Iowa.
Waverly.N.Y.
Waycross, Ga.
Wiadesboro, N.C.
"aynesboro, Pa. 2
Webster,Iowa. 2
Welch, S. C.
Welch, W. Va, 6
Weldon,N.C. 7
Wellsville,N.Y.
ViesterlyR.I. -
Vestfield,N.Y.
West Frankfort.111. ,
West Jacksonville,Fla. 1
west Point,Miss. 2
VWheeling,V'.Va. 27
White Plains,N.Y.
wichitaKans. 1
Wichita Falls,Tex.
vilkes Earre,Pa. 59
Willimantic,Conn. 10
Williamson,N.Y.


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Apnroximate Destinations of Florida, Orainge Shiuments continuede)

1925-26 1924-25 1923-24 ... 1925-26 1924-25 1923-24
Destiny nations :Beason :Season :Season : Bestin'ations :Season :Season:Season :


Williamrson,WVa.
WilliamBportPa. .
Billi anispo rt.Tenn.
Wilrdington,Del.
Milming ton, -N.C.
B'ilson, N.C.
* Winchester, Ind,
Winchester, Ky.
Winchester, Va.
Vvinnipeg, Can.
Winona. Uinn.
Winston Salem,N.C.
Woonsocket ,.tII,


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29

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2
45
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Wooster, Ohio 1
Worcester,,Mass. 5 27 20
Wyandotte,Ind. 2 -
Vyyar4otte,Mich. 1 3
Yazoo City,Miss. 4 4 1
Yemasee,S,C. 2 4
York, Ala. 1
York, Pa. 1S 16 19
York, S.C. .- 2
Youngstown, Ohio 12 17
Zanesville, Ohio, 10 16 8
Unknown 5

TOTAL 19.91 19239 14612


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Fil nr'ia Or a.ng;ie s


by States


STATE


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut "
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida


Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa -
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine -1.
Maryland
Massachusett's
Michigan
Mississippi
Minnesota
Mi ssouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey


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1925-26
Season

623
43

382
20
317
148


1332
87S
289
24
4
* .258
139
53
751
1481
310
238
9
309
2
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467
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1925-26
Se ason

688
129
11
517
33
286

1095
1063
368-
52
19
313
255
85
664
1712
176
272
38
266
1
9
32
100


1925-26
Season

469
27
2
380
32
242
99
811
562
166
5
2
238
250
59
621
1099
71
155
2
184
1
7
9
143


_I


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R l i







o'f alt)$-rihnlt~iAi of~ ~tnrida Oran.47es by States continuede)


1925-26 925v26 1925-26
S Season. Season Season
New Mexico 2
New York 4466 o4505 3486
North Carolina 583 430 45
Ohio 1323 1419 979
Oklahoma 10 4
Pennsylvania 2880 2723 ..2464
Rhode Island 1i 210 172
South .Carolina .... 565 291 272
Tennessee 730 443 530
Texas 59 114 29
Utah 3 1
Virginia -595 515
Vermont : 2 13 1
V ashington 1 .
West Virginia 118 :113 101
Lvisconsin 53 62 15
Wyoming 1
Canada '59 194 .39
TOTAL 1 g6'i 19p- 146iP

D ;STRIBUTION FLORID gRA S SX ACTIONS 9J3-.6 SEASONS


9 1925-26 Season: 1924-25 Season: 1923-24 Seasont
Sections, (Nov.2-ArQ) (Oct,22-Apr.14) (apn.1~Ar.22)
S-Carst |Percent Cars: |Percent q a [Percent1
The...tern r.... ..... zn)4 2%3
The Southern States....... -5.210 26.8 4,311 22.4 304 23
Liddle-Atlantic states.... 8.364 42.9 8.025 41.7 .746 46.2
District Qf Columbia.... .317 1.6 286 1.5 42 1.7
New England states.,....,.. 2,110 ''10.8 '2,569 13.4 1,70 118
Central Western states.... 2,971 15.3 3.201 16.6 1i,9g4 ,12.9
States West ofMississippi 454 2.3 653 3.4 .267 1.8
Canada..................,. 59 0.3 194 1.0 39. 0,3

TXQL&TA...............*....Q..... U 1 5A -'n1 -11.21. .Q100


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3ot
"Deqfinat os 6f' Florida Tgnfo~e ijng-Sbiprments.-


Altooha. Pa.
Ashlarnd Kyo
Atlanta Ga.
Baldwis. Fla.
Baltimore, Md.
Bayondie-'N.J.
Binfharibton,N.Y.
Birminhiiam, Ala.
Boston, iM ass.
BridgF-ort, Conn.
Buff alK, N.Y.
Calcaryc Can
Charl:eston, vi. Va.
Charlotte, N.C.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Chicag o, Ill.
Cinciniati, Ohio.
Clevelatd, Ohio.
Columbi, -Ohio.
Dallasv' texas.
Darlington, S. C.
Denver, Colo.
Detroit, l-ich,
Dothan, Ala.
Evere" t, .Ga
Faftcte. IOwa*


Harrisburgi Pa.,:
Hartford Cornn.
Haze'ton, Pa.
Houston, Texas..
Indijanapol s ,.ind.
Kan6s City, Mo,:
Londdn, Can.
Lou~aville, Kytr
Lya%*hbWpg, Var.
Marion, Ind.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Nashville, Tenn.
New Haven, Conn*
New Orleans, La.
New York City, N.Y.


. 3

11
2
75
1
1
2
55
2
18
1

2
3
81
90
30
3
1
1
32
1
I

4,2

2


1

1.
1-






1
2
1
3
8
3
393


Norfolk. ,Va.
Opelikq!, las
Peoria,.. Ill,
Petereburg, Va.
Philade.phia, Pai
Pitt sbagh, Pa.
Providence i. Is
.eadingr Pa.
RichmqVA, Va.
hoanol Va.
Rochester, NoY*
Hocky Mount, N.C.
Saranap Lake, N.Y.
Savannah, Ga.
Schenestady,N.Y.
Scrantgn, Pa.
Springield, Mass.
St. Louis, Mo,
StauxftbQ. Va,'
Thalman, Ga.
Toledo, Ohio,
Torpoito, Can.
Ut~ia, N.Y.
Washington, Do, C
lilliamspbrt, Pa
.;1heel%, 'T, Va.
ailmington, '*.C.
or1insko Sale., N. .
York, Pa.. .


3













2.
1 *






12

3 ,
13

.
12




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1





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- 39 -


Distribution of Florida Tannerines by States


12 26 Season *


1925-26 1925-26
STATES Season STATE S Season

Alabama t Missouri 13
Colorado 1 New Jersey 1
Connecticut 12 New York 4117
District of Columbia 13 North Carolina 10
Florida 2 Ohio 124
Georgia 28 Pennsylvania 26g
Illinois 82 Rhode Island 7
Indiana 5 South Carolina 28
Iowa 1 Tennessee 6r
Kentucky 5 Texas 2
Louisiana 3 Virginia 15
Massachusetts 57 West Virginia 3
Maryland 75 Wisconsin 2
Michigan 32 Canada 3
M*nne seasoa not availa '

* Other seasorsnot available.


Recatitulation of


LI-~~-- I-UVYY V





- 40-


Anproximate Destinations of Florida Mixed Citrus Shipments


Destinations-- ..'' S
Abbeville,Ala.
Abilene, Texas
Albany,..Ga.,... ..
Albany,' N.Y.
.l. bemarle, :N.C., ..
Akron, Ohio.
Alexandria, La.
.l t oonsl Pa.
aknbridge, Pa.
.nmericus, Ga.
Anderson, S.C.
Anniston, Ala.
Arlington, G3a.
Asheville ,L.C.
Ashland., i.
Athens, Ala.
athens, Ga.
Atlanta, Ga.
kuguista, Ga.
Baldwin, Fla.
Baltimore, Md. -
Barnesville, Ohio
Beaumont, Texas
Beaver Falls, Pa.
Bellefontaine,Ohio
Bessemer, Ala.
Billings, Mont.
Zingharton,N.Y.
Birmingham, Ala.
Blakely, Ga.
Bluefield, W.Va.
Boaz, Ala.
Booneville,Miss,
Boston, Mass.
Brantford, Ont.
Bridgeport, Conn.
Brookville, Pa.
Brunswick, Ga.
Buffalo, N.Y,
Burlington, N.C.
Burlington, Vt.
Bradford, Pa.
Cairo, Ill.
Canton, Ohio
Chambersbaurg, Pa.
Charleston, S.C.
Charlotte, N.C.


1


1925-26
L Destination. Season *


!


---


.925-26
eason !
1
1
S 4
1
1
1
3

* 1
1
7
1
1



5
3
1
7
62



2
2
2

1
4
1
2
29
1
3
1


1
32
3
1
1
6-
7
2
1
1
1
1
3
5
12


Chattanooga.,Tenn.
Chicago. I11,
Charleestona W .V-aa. :
Cincinnati, Ohio
Clarksburg, V .Va.
Clarksville, Tenn.
Cleveland, Ohio.
Coluribia, S. C.
Colunbia, Tenn.
C'olunbus, Ga.
Coluous, Ohio
Colunbus, .Miss.
Conccrd, 1.-C.
Conwey, S. C.
Cordele, Ga.
Corirth:, Miss.
Cornwall,.Ont.
Corsi- ana, Texas'.
Covir ton, Ky.
Cumrbe rland, Md.
DallaiE, Texas.
Danviltle, Ill.
Danv:lle, Va.
Darl:ngton, S.C.
Davenport, Iowa.
Dayton, Ohio.
Deca:,ur, Il.
Delaware, Ohio
Denver, Colo,
Des ]ioines, Iowa.
Detroit, Mich.
Dillon, S,C.
Dothan, Ala.
Dublin, Ga.
Durham, N.C.
Eau Claire, Wis.
El Dorado, Ark.
Elizabeth City,N.C
Elmira, N.Y.
Klwood, Ind.
Enterprise, Ala.
Eria, Pa.
Erwin, 4iss.
Etowah, Tenn.
Eufaula, Ala.
Everett, Ga.
Fargo, N.D.


9
139
1
106

1
44
S
1
.16
10



1
1




2
1
13
4
0
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
28


4
4
4
2
1

1
2
1
1
1
3
27
1


1925-26
Destinations Season *
Fayetteville, Ark. 2
Fayetteville,N.C. 3
Fitzgerald, Ga. 2
Flint, Mich. 1
Florence, S.C. 34
Forest Park, Ill, 1
Fort Wayne, Ind. 3
Fort Worth, Texas. 1
Frankfort,. Ky. 1
Frederick, Md. 1
Freeport. Ill. 1
Gadsden, Ala. : 4
Galesburg, Ill 1
Gastonia, N.C 8
Glens Falls, N.Y. 3
Goldsboro, N.C. 7
Grand Rapids. Mich. 2
Green Bay, Wis... 1
Greensboro, I.C 3
Greensburg, Pa, 1
GreenvilleMiss. 16
Greenville,N,.C.. 4
Greenville, Pa. 2
'Greenville,S.C. 11
Greenwood, .iss. 9
Griffin, Ga. 5
Gulfpprtt Miss. 8
Hagerstown,Md. 10
Ham.let, N.C. 2
Harrisburg, Pa, 4
Harri sonburg, Va. 2
Hartford, Conn. 7
Hattiesburg, Miss. 2
Hazaiton, Pa,
Helena, Ga. 1
Henderson, N.C. 6
Hickory, N.C. 4
Highland Park, Mich. 1
Hinton, W. Va. 1
Hopkinsville, Ky. 1
Horse Cave, Ky. 1
Hot Springs, Ark. 7
Houston, Texas. 4
Huntington, W.Va.. 3
Huntsville, Ala. 5
Indianapolis,Ind. 17
Ithaca,N.Y. 3




' 2


Si 41

AvprbXimate,Destinations of Florida Mixed Citrus ShimTnents (continued)


Destinations Seas &n.inati


Jackson,Miss.
Jackson, Tenn.
Jacksonville,Fla.
Jamestown,N.Y.
Johnson City, Tenn.
Johnstown; Pa.
Johnstown, N.Y.
Joliet, Ill.
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Kansas City, Mo.
Kinstqn, N.C.
Knoxville, Tenn.
La Crosse, Wis.
Lafayette, La,
Lafollette, Tenn,
La Grange, Ga.
Lansing, Mich.
Laurel, Miss.
Laurinburg, N.C.
LeBanon, Tenn.
Lexingtom., Ky.
Lincoln, Nebr.
Little Rock, Ark.
Lockport, N.Y.
Logansport,Ind.
Louisville, Ky.
Lumberton, N.C.
Lynchburg, Va.
Mabscott, W. Va.
Macon, Ga.
Madison, Wis.
Madisonville, Ky.
Manning, S.C.
Mansfield, Ohio.
Marianna, Fla.
Martin, Tenn.
Martinsburg, W.Va.
Mason City,' Iowa.
Maxton, N.C.
Mc Comb, Miss,
Mc Mii6villd, Tenn.
Meadville, Pa.
Mechanicsburg, Pa,
Memphis, Tenn.
Meridian, Miss.
Mexia, 'Texas.


.1
Se


6- '

-3


'1
7


2
11

3'



3
2


1
.1

1
7
1
31.'






13
2
1



15
1
1-.
13



2



1
6
1
15
1

1

1
2
1

1
1
1
1

I
1

9
1


.aSsil4en, Ohio.
Middlesboro, 10y.
S'il* aubkee Wis0.
Minne apoli s ,Minn.
Mobile, -Ala.
M onmouth,; Ill.
Monroe, La.
Montgomery, -Ala.
Monticello' Fla.
kentreal.. Q1bbec
Moore sville, N.C.
Morris'2oWn, Tenn,
.Muncie, 'Ind..
Muskogee, Okla,
Nashviflle, Tenn.
Natchez, Aiss.
New Bedford, Mass.
New Bern, N.C.
New Haven, Conn.
New London, Conn.
.New Orieans, La.
lNew York City,N.Y.
Niagara Falls,N.Y.
SNorfolk, Va.
* Norwalk, Conn.
Norwich, Conn,
Oak Park, Ill.
Olean,N.Y.
Opelika, Ala.
Opp, Ala.
Oswego, N.Y.
Ottawa, Can.
Paducah, Ky.
Paris, Tenn.
Parkersburg, W.Va.
Pelham, Ga.
Penn Yi, .N.Y,
.Penmac($ .A. Fla.
,- 'eoria .- l .
Pet-ersbilrg, Va.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Piedmont*, Y.Va.
Pikeville,N. C
Pine Bluff, Ark.
Pitt sburgh, Pa.
Portland, Me.


.----*~--


25-26
ason *
1
2.
5
5
33
1
7
27
5
1
1
1
1
1
8
5
1
5
3
.1
'.6
10
2
16
1
2
1
2
7
1
3
2

2
S2
1
21.

18
1I'
9
2.
1
2
29
3


I .. 1925
Destinations Sea
Portland, Oregon.
Portsmouth, Ohio.
Pottsville, 1Pa*,'
Princetown,W .Va.
Providence, R.I *
Pulaski, Va.
Racine, Wis.
Raleigh, N.C.
Redbay. Ala.
Reno, NeVada.
Renova, Miss.
Richmond, Va.,.-
River Junction,Ia.
Roanoke,Va.
Rochester* N.Y.
Rock Hill,S.C.
Rocky Mount ,N.C.
Rome,Ga.
Ruston, La.
St. ouis, Mo,
St. Paul, Minn.
St. Petersburg,Fla.
Sackville Can.
Salisbury,N.C.
Salt Lake City,Utah
Sandusky,Ohio.
SavannahGa.
Scottsboro, Ala.
Scranton, Ba.
Seattle, Waha.
Selma, Ala.
Shelby, N.C.
Shreveport, Lae
Sidney, Ohio.
South Bend,Ind.
Spartanburg,S.C,
Springfield,Mass.
Springfield,Ohio.
Statesboro,Ga,
Statesville.N.C,
StauntonVa.
Stillrmore, Ga.
Streator, Ill.
Summerset, Iowa.
Swmter,. S.C.
Sunbury.Pa.


-26
son*
1
1
2
2
1
6
2
1
6


15
2
2

1



25
45
1

2
1
1




1










3
25

5

1

1

1
8
2
7
8
5

3


1
9
2



1
8
l









SApprogimate DestintionBs o Florida Mixed Citrus Shipments (continued)


":i- 2 1. l
.a.t; e.tinati'n S
Syrasu.se T.Y'..
Talaha&seeFJa, .
STalladega, Ala..:
TennilleC Ga.
TexianialApk.,
SThalmann, Ga.
*Toccoa, Ga.
Toledo,.Ohio.
SToronto,.Can.
Trenton, N-rJ.
Troy, Ala .
:. Uupelo, Miss*
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Tuscumbia, Ala.
Union, S.C..
T+i '- N.?,. VY


a25 t26'
ason Do


16'
4"
2.

2
1
23 -

6-
2
1
4
4
1
1
1
1


1925-26
J VaSo~n 4t* I


Valley City, N.D.
Vicksburg,Miss.
Vidalia, Ga,
Wadesboro, N.C.
Yvapakoneta, Ohio.
warrentowhnN .C,
Warsaw,Ind.'
Washilngton, D. C
Waterbury, Conn.
VatertownNIY.
Watup'a;'M a .'.
Waynesborb. o a
Welch, W'' Va.
Weldoh, N.C,
Wheeling.' W. Va.
W4i t."h t 'alls Trexn s


Wilkes Barre, Pa.
.Williansport,Pa.
Wilmington, NC.
Wilson, N.C.
Winchester, Va.
Winnipeg, Can.
Winona, Minn.
Winston, Salem,N.C.
Yazoo City,Miss.
Youngstown.Ohio,
Zanesville, Ohio.'
York, Pa.
Unknown


TOTAL' 2259


* Not available,

Reeaitulation of Distribution of .Sorida Mixed Citrus by Sta-tee

-T A "S Tao as- e ".
----------- _ _ _ _ __92 9 2 6__ 1 9 2 2 6


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana-
Iowa
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryl*adl
Massachuset ts
Michigan
.Minnesota
issouri ''
utissi ssippi
M1ontAna *


144
21
'2

45

758

27
8
31
25
'3
21


11
36


Nevada
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota:
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
b.boe Island
South Carolina
Tennessee .
Texas
Utah.
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West ,Virginia
Wisconsin
[** ^-


_____________________~ --~-*C--~-i~IP~~ -.--.-K---~~---. ..----~~ -1- 1


138
2
191
1




15


82
2
22
14

I'?*^


1925-2~-
Se a'snn *


g,..Se a I fjC ** U**y *e
-"%. 5 _


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. . . . .. .. .. .. . .


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1* 43 6*
Unlqads of Florida Oran:es (Tangerines included) in 36 Markets
Sept. 1, 1925 July 1, 1926.
(Carlots,. inplding boat receipts red ced to carlot equivalents)


Cities
SAtlanta
Baltimore
S.Birmiigham.
SBoston
Btffal
Chicago
Cincinnati.:
.levaeland.
Colunbus
Dallas (1)
Denver
SDetroit
- Fort Worth
Indianapolis
Eansas City
.Soa "Angeles
Louisville
Memphis
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Newark
New Orleans
'New York
Omaha
SPhiladelphia
Pittsburgh-
Portland, Oreg.
Providence:
St.. Louis
St. Paul
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Seattle
Spokane
Toledo
Washington


1925 .
Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.


S. 1

-p

-p

-p

-p


-p

p


6
6
5




1
.1



10
5 5



-.2



9
1


1
15

14
14

"









8


22
52

.214

-85
*6s





1922
1


26


* :22
" 2

13



2

387


..16
53
l
11
.51
'1




S16
38s


o: tals- 19252525 season; 14. i4o4 2s58 2375. 220i '2440 .2 1984::' .. lg4 :.4169


(1) Not available for states for 1924,; "


11.. 54
158 :1 120
.71 3Y
218 253
16 32
94 193:
107 65
..4 94
.32 21
3+al 4
41
2




94 31
)2 4 9
-. J
.1 .9

1 "3'
.9 20'
815 7559
1 :-
3(8 293.
139 131.
S *.
.33 33:
68 58;

,,
.. "

4 i
149 62


otals-1924-25 ,Season: : 1:706 3l.;311U .757 2354 '7.l1554 :s42 303


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--


...... I I


Feb. Mar. April Mayr
S56 46 .. :- 1
133 153 102 5
49,- '50 25 4
199 258 196' 66
24' 28 35 1V
169.: 152. 110 4o
6 88 73 34
4. 90 .:75 34
18 : 26 1 8
4 : 5

59 56 31. 9
L.2: 2 -
37. 40 25 9
L' 2

212 24 18, 5
37 1 47 26 14
10d 6" 6 1
: o. o -.
6' 12 5 9
14 8 5 2
714: 758 70o 378

268, 325' 273' 119
92' 113 83 15


s48' 43 31" 16


-
2
;,, 2
13 10' 6 1
48 6o'' 62 17


June

14
1
9
5
5
2
14
:2










2
4'

3



1
-p

2

101

14
2
'

-


Total
341
.796
.261

187
8 '55
516
513
149
16
1
S276
6
203
8

164
287
43

40
61
4625
1
1835
637

201
319
1


2

60
342


16f 5







44 *........

Unloads of Florida Grepefruit in 36 et .
Sept. 1, 195^ l .,, 1926 ; : : : .... .. ..-. .
'~(..' Q( lts,. including boat .peoetips reduced to "' riot e q ivalents :;t i '.. a


Atlanta
Baltimore
Birmingham
Boston
Buffalo
Ghicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
.Olumbus
Dallas (1)
-Denver
Detroit
Fort Worth
Indianapolis
,Kansas City
Los Angeles
Louisville
Memphi s
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Newark
New Orleans
New York
Omaha
Philadelphia
Pittsb'urgh.
Portland, Oreg
Providence
St. Louis
St, Paul
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Seattle
Spokane
Toledo
Washington
Totals 1925-2
Season:
Totals 1924-25


Season:


5


1 O925 c 19 ..
Sept. -Oct. ov, Dec,. Jan, Feb, Mar, April May Jun 'ti*tal
S 7 28 5 30 4 17 21 .3t..-203
S 5 28 48 37 3 57 o0 353 10 ke270
9 10 13; 5 .3 6 4 1:2- O66
6 2 93 103. 115 65 132 .89 82 ;..:05
4 21 41. 25.- 44 4 .. 1 23 .3 .rt28
178 196 1,85 237 11 2i 2 .191 l49 ,.29 ...88
3 16 48 42a 33 32 42 .27 25 7 275
4 28 .7 74 51. 6 8 58 44 .,7 493
2 10 25 24 2 19 23 17
10 3 -9. 14 7. 56
5 23 17' 16 19 34 9 12-..1" 3 .13
22 74 85 79 73 115 60 58 1$. ,54
1. 61 a.- a 7 ;8 4 3 -,3'?
4 16 37. 17. 2 34 23 15 2..: S2-13
6 9 36 31 36 9 5.2 18 13 1 231
,- -
13 12 7 13 7 11 .2 77
14 11 21 16 23 25 10 9 '2 1
5 2 6 -. 2 7. 25 .16 7 142
21 41 29, 3. 1 41 23 17 243
1 3 5.. 5
2 4 .8 7 1 2 3 5 3 35
1 33 243 309 325. 271 4o1 242 233 108 2-166
5 4 13 .. 12. 17 23 .12 6 3 '105
2 13 99 '121 102 85 18$ 100 79 33 762
1 47 55 47 43 7.0 39 31 5 3
, 2 15 14,. 25 15 25 19 14 2 131
10 10 17 .6 20 11 8 82
16 44 44.. 46 4o 53 35 25 2 305
S 3 21 15 12 1XL 19 5 5 1 92
3 9 5 4, 10. 10 4 5 2 52

2 3 17 21 25 23 28 15 12 1 146
1 11 10 8 3 2 6..
19 16 .18 24- 22, 13 9 '123
I- 13 .0 e8 36 25 .46 85 22,:

31 464 1!37 144 14'4 1512 1891 118 -102 273 Lo062


(1) Not available by States for 1924.


33 556 1786 1532 1603 1897 2080 2235: 1316 429 13469


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45 -

UiNLO.ADS OF CALIFORNIA GaaEFZiUIT IN 36 LliKETS
So;t. 1, 1925-July.l, 1926
(Carlots, including boat receipts reduced to carlot equivalents)


CITIES:


1i25


Atlanta
l41 timore
Birminghan
Boston
Buffalo
Chicago
Ciiacinnati
Clevcland
Columbus
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Ft. Worth
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los Angoles
Louisville
.:Memphis
lUilwaukco
Nocvark
Now Orleans
Ncw York
Omaha
Philadolphia
Pittsburgh
Portland Oreg.
Providoncc
St. Louis
St, Paul
Salt Lakc City
San Francisco
Scattle
Spokano
Toledo
Washington
Total 1925-26
Seasons:


ISEP


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!


T. OCT.
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O 16
- T




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- l6


.


TOTAL
2


30
4
3



2
1


122 28 71 67 54 35 44 2 33 24 396


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1


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3


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1926
JAN,



















2













24
2


I


FEB

















21
















13
* i


1










11

7
















23
1
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AFRIL

















6
















21
1


I.LY



3







1





2
















24
3


JUNE



5
1
2



1























10
3


2


2


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UNLOADS QF CALIF03:HIA OlNGES IN 36 .LIACKETS
.Sept. 1, 1925- July 1, 1926.
(Carlots, including boat receipts reduced to carlot equivalents)


S1925
CITIES J SE:T. OCT. NOV. DEC.


At lanta
Daltimore
Birringham.
Boston
Buffalo.
Chicago
Circinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dallas (1)
Denvor
Detroit
Ft. Worth
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los Angeles
SLouisville
Memphis
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Newark
Now Orleans
New York
Omaha
Philadolphia
Pittsburgh
Portland, Oreg.
Providence
St. Louis
St. Paul
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Seattle
Spokane
Toledo.
WashinUton


11 5
30 24
10 2
76 S4
19 13
155 173
2b 19
30 31
12 12
8 8
13 7
47 60
6 4
13 9
20 26
2 1
7 10
12 6
2 9
30 23

13 6
413 363
9 2
95 86
5 37
12 10
4 1
4o 25
7 6
6 4
39 27
2 3
'4 -
10 7
15 5


3 15

81 227
44 57
125 439
3 23
39 11:2
8 45
21 41
23 41
48 171
6 20
19 33
23 63
31 34
4 8
4
43 57
31 84
t- -

146 441
11 38
19 73
19 92
31 '66
10 20
20 108
8 26
12 30
121 1.22
37 24
10 11
2 30
4 10


1926
JAX. 5i3. 1.:AR, A-RIL I.L.Y JUNE TOTAL
S 1 2 12 6 37
6 7 10 28 52 68 243
1 10 13 14 50
142 172 195 254 329 282 1845
38 37 66 58 144 72 548
157 172 248 227 240 349, 2285
10 12 15 22 39 50 219
74 67 104 lo4 133 14o 834
26 28 29 39 50 30 279
7 13 22 29 24 20 193
26 36 41 40 34 27' 288
102 122 194 202 204 174 1324
5 12 17 10 13 12 105
16 10 34 41 37 14 226
30 47 56 50 44 359
1 1 1 1 72
7 4 19 33 47 33 172
S 1 2 1 32 124
6 57 90 90 71 525
77 8o 114 84 94 go .697
1 -
2 18 20 9
353 356 539 534 715 87 4747
21 24 34 33 30 27 229
32 39 98 123 204 268 1037
54 6o 115 122 123 119 795
4 43 57 57 42 13 375
14 20 24 31 22 33 J179
52 68 110 115 111 98 747
28 29 37 .30 32 25 228
20 26 25 26 29 12 190
153 94 145 163 112 95 1071
14, 57 63 72 69 47 388
16 16 14 16 9 9 105
15 15 26 36 43 4o 224
9 16 11 25 30 42 167


(1) Not Available by States for 1924.


Total 1925-26
Season: 1252 1108 1002 2565 1616 1740 2560 2722 3203 3199 20967
Total 1924-25
Season: 1855 1947 207 154 1399 2232 2475 2314 2281 18165







47
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICOTURE ..
..ureau' oZ'; Agricultural Econopics.
U. S. Standards for Citrus Fruits (Eorida) 1926

S . GRADES
U. S. Fancy shall- consist of citrus fruits df similar varietal
characteristics which are mature, firm, well formed, smooth, thin skinned, free
from decay, bruises, creasing, scale, scab, black or unsightly discoloration,
ammoniation, from. cuts which are not healed and from damage caused by dirt or
other foreign materials, sprayburn, dryness, limb rubs, thorn scratches, scars,
disease, insects or mechanical or other means.
In this-grade not more .than 75% of the surface of. each fruit may show
light discoloration, -In addition to the -statement of grade any lot may be further
classified as:Bright or Golden'as hereinafter defined.
S..No, 1.shall consist of citrus fruits of similar varietal.
characteristics.which are miaure, firm, well formed, fairly smooth, fairly thin
skinned, free from decay, bruises, creasing, black or unsightly discoloration,
from cuts which are not healed and' froi damage caused by dirt or other foreign
materials, sprayburn, dryness, limb rubs, thorn scratches, scars, scale, scab,
ammoniation., disease, insects -or mechanical or'other means.
In this grade (except when desiFnated U." S."No. 1 Russet) not more than
75V.of. the surface of each- fruitt may show liht'discoloration. In addition to
the statement of "grade any lot mby be further classified as Brizht, Golden or
Russet, as hereinafter defined.
U. S. No. 2 (Choice) shall consist of citrus fruits of similar varietal
characteristics which are mature and fairly firm, which may be slightly rough
and slightly misshapen but which are free from decay, bruises, black or unsightly
discoloration, from cuts which are. not.healed, and from serious damage caused by
dirt or other foreign materials, spray-burn, dryness, limb rubs, thorn scratches,
scars, scale, scab, ammoniation, creasine, disease, insects or mechanical or
other means.
In addition to the statement of erade any lot may be further classified
as Bright, Golden, or Russet, as hereinafter defined.

COLOR CLASSIFICATION
Any lot of fruit may be classified according to the amount of discolor-
ation, as follows: Bright, when the surface of the fruit shows not more than 20%
light discoloration. Golden, when the surface of the fruit shows not more than
75% li.ht discoloration. Russet, when the surface of the fruit shows no black
or unsightly discoloration.

TOLERANCE
In order to allow for variations incident to proper grading and handling
in each of the foregoing grades not more than 10%, by count, of any lot may be
below the. requirements of this grade, but not more than one-twentieth of this
tolerance or %, shall be allowed for decay at point of origin and not more than
3*, for decay at destination. In addition to the above tolerance, 10%, by count, :*.
of any lot of U, S, Fancy or U, S. No. 1 may not meet the requirements relating
to discoloration but this additional tolerance shall not be allowed for fruit
which does not meet the requirements of Russet,








pTIXNITIONS Or 9Aj TWE
As used in these grades:
1. "Similar Varietal'characteristics" means that the fruits in any coe,
trainer are similar in eOW 'and shape,
2. "Firm" as applied to .rapefruit and oranges of the Mandarin Group
.(Tanerines, Satsumas, Kin~, Mandarin) shall be interpreted to mean bat-;the
fruit shall not be badly puffy or the skin very loose. Su~i 'ruit if ; F 1y a
got be considered firm.
3. "Free from damage" means that any injury from the oa es mentiUiaed
shall not materially affett the appearance or the edible or. shipiag fqality of
the fruit.
4. 'Light discoloration" means aBr light russeting pr tther ams th
surface discoloration that does not materially affect .the app.araaoe f..the frLi
5. "Fairly Pirm" as applied to oranges mean, tat.th. fruit, iC slightly
soft but. not bruised; as applied to grapefruit means that leejIR ayWe thick
.nd slightly puffy; as allied to Mandarin, Satevaa, Tangerie; G a e-thee
varieties of .the Mandarin Group means that the skin of the fr.iat is *Ot 'adJl
puffy but may be. slightly loose.
6. "Sliihtly rough" means that the skin is not of smooth bqtWauebut i.
not creased or badly wrinkled.
7, "Slightly misshapen" means that the fruit is not of characte'ristic
shape but i.s not decidedly pear.,shaped, elongated. ov sharply pointed.
S. "Serious damage means that any injury from Qhe causes mMeanI .A
ibA1 not seriously affect the appearance or the edible or shipping quality of
the fruit.


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