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Title: Florida quarterly bulletin of the Agricultural Department
Uniform Title: Avocado and mango propagation and culture
Tomato growing in Florida
Dasheen its uses and culture
Report of the Chemical Division
Alternate Title: Florida quarterly bulletin, Department of Agriculture
Florida quarterly bulletin of the Department of Agriculture
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Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: -1921
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 31, no. 3 (July 1, 1921).
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General Note: Vol. 31, no. 3 has supplements with distinctive titles : Avocado and mango propagation and culture, Tomato growing in Florida, and: The Dasheen; its uses and culture.
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    County map of the state of Florida
        Page 2
    Crops
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Division of the state by counties
            Page 5
            Page 6
        Condensed notes of correspondents--by divisions
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
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            Page 11
            Page 12
            Page 13
            Page 14
            Page 15
            Page 16
    Weather report
        Page 17
        Page 18
        General summary
            Page 19
            Page 20
            Page 21
        Climatological data for July 1907
            Page 22
            Page 23
            Page 24
            Page 25
            Page 26
    Fertilizers and feeding stuffs
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Regulations governing the taking and forwarding of fertilizer of commercial feeding stuff samples to the commissioner of agriculture
            Page 29
            Page 30
            Page 31
            Page 32
            Page 33
            Page 34
        Market prices of chemicals and fertilizing materials at Florida sea ports, January 1907
            Page 35
            Page 36
        Jacksonville prices current
            Page 37
            Page 38
            Page 39
            Page 40
            Page 41
        Analysis of special samples
            Page 42
            Page 43
            Page 44
            Page 45
            Page 46
            Page 47
            Page 48
            Page 49
            Page 50
            Page 51
        Analysis of fertilizers
            Page 52
            Page 53
            Page 54
            Page 55
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            Page 71
            Page 72
            Page 73
            Page 74
        Bureau of feed stuffs
            Page 75
            Page 76
        Analysis of feed stuff
            Page 77
            Page 78
            Page 79
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        Miscellaneous
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VOLUME 17 NUMBER 3




FLORIDA
QUARTERLY

BULLETIN
OF THE
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT



OCTOBER 1, 1907


B. E. McLIN
COMMISSIONER OF AG RICJULTURE
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


Part 1--rops Part 2-Weather Report
Part 3-Fertilizers and Feed StufT


Entered January 31,1903, at Tallhahassee, Florida, as second-class matter
under Act of Congress of June 19C0.

THESE BULLETINS ARE ISSUED FREE TO THOSE REQUESTING THEM

CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY,
State Printer.
Tallahassee, Florida.












COUNTY MAP OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.




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DIVISION OF THE STATE BY COUNTIES.

Following :ire the divisions of the State, and the coun-
ties contained in each:


Northern Division.
Franklin,
Gadsden,
Hamilton,
Jefferson,
LaFayette,
Leon,
Liberty,
Madison,
Suwannee,
Taylor,
Wakulla.-l1.



Southern Division.
Brevard,
Dade,
DeSoto,
Hillsborough,
Lee,
Manatee,
Monroe,
Osceola,
Polk,
St. Lucie-10.


Northeastern Division.
Alachua,
Baker,
Bradford,
Clay,
Columbia,
Duval,
Nassau,
Putnam,
St. Johns-9.

Western Division.
Calhoun,
Escambia,
Holmes.
Jackson,
Santa Rosa,
Walton,
Washington-7.

Central Division.
Citrus,
Hernando,
Lake,
Levy,
Marion,
Orange,
Pasco,
Sumter,
Volusia-9.














DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

B. E. McLIN, Commissioner H. S. ELLIOT, Chief Clerk.


CONDENSED NOTES OF CORRESPONDENTS-BY
DIVISIONS.

NORTHERN DivISION.-The crops of this division have
experienced a series of misfortunes from the date of their
planting to the present time, not equaled in this State for
many years. The spring was late, cold and excessively
dry for such a prolonged period that when seed failed to
germinate it was almost impossible to replant. The
result was bad stands of both cotton and corn. Follow-
ing this, in the season when crops grow and require
favorable weather conditions most, the rains began, and
to the present date have continued to fall with most
damaging results to all crops. Cotton will not make over
64 per cent of a crop, with good season from now to
the end, and with continued rains even in moderate form,
it will not reach 60 per cent. Corn is about 25 per cent
short of last year, and the sweet potato crop has lost
20 per cent by excessive rains. The hay crop has been
badly damaged by rains, and much loss caused either by
inability to get it cut or ruined by rain after it was cut
and before it could be cured and stored. Coupled with
the foregoing reverses, the farmers are severely handi-
capped by the scarcity as well as the inefficiency of labor.
For special purposes, at a rate of wages beyond the reach
of the average farmer, moderately efficient labor can be
had, but for all ordinary farming purposes it is not
available to the extent that it is needed. Consequent
upon these conditions, large quantities of fine farming
lands lie idle.
WESTERN DIVISION.-There is practically no difference
in the conditions existing in this division and the North-
ern. The percentage of condition is a little lower and the
prospects of crop yields are a little worse in some see-
tions, but in all essential respects the situation is the
same. The shortness of the principal crops and their
inability to regain the loss must be admitted by all










observing people. The cotton crop is near 40 per cent
short, the corn crop 20 to 25 per cent, and other crops
proportionally The same labor conditions exist here
1hat are complained of elsewhere, with no apparent prob-
ability of improvement; consequently large areas of farm
lands are lying idle or given over to grazing purpos(es.
It is not considered possible for much improvement in
crop condition to take place at this late date and short
time ahead. The one redeeming feature in all this exces-
sive rainy season is that the pastures are fine, and live
stock in excellent condition.

NORTHIIASTERN DIVISION.-In this division crop condi-
tions are better than in the preceding sections, although
Ihey suffered from the same causes at the same periods
of the year. In the earlier parts of the year the vegetable
and small fruit crops lost very considerably from the dry
weather, and in the later months the field crops have anl
are still suffering lo date from excessive rains. As in
the sections previously considered, lime is too short for
cotton to recover but little, although the season is a little
longer in most of the section. Complaints from some
localities say that not 5) per cent of a cotton crop will
be made, and other fall crops are nearly drowned unr.
So cotton is practically a failure in this section also.

CENTRAL DIVISiox.-The effects of the long drought in
the spring on the fruit trees has been offset to a great
extent, as far as the trees are concerned. by the hIoavy"
-ains of the summer and autumn. Fruit w\v:s .i!s. 1 hcio-
fited, it is true; but the rain did not come in timi to saive
it all, and the orange crop is now estimated to reach not
ever 78 per cent of a crop in this-division, and grapefruit
S3 per cent. The vegetable crops have be-n shnrr, except
in scattered localities, and the field crops will not Iamoiint
to more than 75 per cent of an average, except perhaps in
a few portions of the district. The same complaints ,jf
the shortness of labor obtain in this division as in the
previously mentioned one.
SOUTHERN DIvIsIox.-In this division there are ,.,m-
paratively few field crops grown, the prncimpl iildul '
being the growing of vegetables and fruit. The tield
crops, with the exception of sweet potatoes, hay and
pastures, have been cut very short by the dry weather,










being unable to make up the loss even with the aid of the
rains that have recently fallen over most of this section,
Vegetable crops suffered likewise, except in one or two
sections of the district, and were consequently very short
of the yield anticipated when seed was planted. The
fruit trees were subjected to even more serious conditions,
for the extent of the crops of fruit borne is measured to
a very great degree by the abundance of moisture and
the regularity and period of its application; hence the
lack of rains for such a long extended period is shown
very forcibly in short crops of all kinds. The pineapple
crops of the district reached only about two-thirds of the
average; the orange crop will barely exceed one-half of the
crop reasonably to be expected under ordinary condi-
tions, and the grapefruit or pomelo crop will not reach 50
per cent of the yield reasonably looked for. As this
division includes the greatest fruit-growing section of
the State, it becomes apparent that the crops of fruits
mentioned will, for the State, hardly exceed 75 per cent
of a full crop.
In some sections of the district there is considerable
complaint of a new worm that is seriously damaging the
velvet beans.











Report of Condition and Prospective Yield of Crops, Fruits and Fruit Trees for Quarter Ending Sep-
tember 30th, 1907, as Compared With an Average During Same Period of 1506.
Upland Sea Island Corn
Cotton Cotton
COUNTIES -
o o ;

Northern Division "
F franklin ............. ...... ...... .. .. .. .
G adsden ............. 651 7 ...... ..... '
Hamilton .......... . 755 ;u 75 7
Jefferson ............. 70 S I 75 :
Lafayette ........... ..... .. .... I. u 75
L eon ................| 60 62 .... .. . 'u Il
Suwannee ............. ..... .... 0 t )
Tavlor .............. .. ...... 75 -
Div. Am per cent..... 68 4- -7 1
Western Division.
Calhoun .............. 5.50 5j0 ;H T
E scanibia ............ 751 65 ..... .....
H olm es .............. G65 70 ...... ......
Jackson .............. 62, 70 ...... ......
Santa R osa .......... 60 CO 0i ...... ...... -7 1 .
Div. Av. per cent2..... 62 CI C '
Northeastern Division.
A lahua ..... ...... ....... ..... T77 75 .1' .i.
B aker ............... I ...... ...... 5 5" 1'.'.' 1'_'
E radford ........... .. ....... 7 5 1
Clay ........ ...... ...... ...... 85 S- 1: 11'l
Colum iMa ............ ...... ...... 75' 9i i' N'
Nassau ............... .. ... .. 10"
Div. Av. per cent..... ...... ...... 71 7.5 9'
Central Division.
Citrus ............... ... .. ...... 77 77 .
H ernando ............ ...... ...... .... ......... .
Lake ................ ...... ................. "
L evy ................ ...... ...... 65 "
M arion .............. .... .. ...... 10 110' ])
Orange ............. ...... ... ... .
P asco ................ ...... I ....S.. 1 : ,
Sum ter ............. ...... ...... 1001 100 9
V olusia .............. ...... ...... ...... ....... 7
Div. Av. per cent..... ...... ...... 84' SG '; '
Southern Division.
Brevard ................. .. 1 .. ... : 1..
D OSoto .............. .... .. .. .. ......... .....
Hillsborough .... ....... SO o 9" 95
M anatee ............. .... .. ..... .
Osceola .............. ........................ 25
Polk ................. ...... ...... .. 5" 50o
S t. L u cie ............ ...... ...... ...... ...... ... .
Div Av per cent.... ............. 801 80' S 7
State Av. per cent.. 651 641 73' 77 SC' S9











Condition and Prospective Yield of Crops-Continued.

Sugar Cane Field Peas Rico
COUNTIES
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Northern Division S t S
Franklin ............. 801 90 751 SJ .. .
Gadsden ............. 501 75 100 100 .
Hamilton ............I 60 60 60 75 5 75
Jefferson ............. | 851 100 60 801 1001 100
lafayette ............ 1 70, 100 40 75 50i 75
Leon ................. I 100 100 100 100 ......
Suwannee ........... 901 90 100 1 00 401 40
Taylor ............... 100 130 90 100 .........
Liv. Av. per cent..... 80 891 78 89 66 72
Western Division.
Calhoun ............. 901 901 75 8 .. ......
Escambia ............ 100| 100 100 251 100 100
Holmes .............. 95 100 95 100 90 93
Jackson ............. 1 901 95 95 100 ...
Santa Rosa .......... 80 751 40 75 ...
Div. Av. per cent..... 911 921 81 77 953 95
Northeastern Division.
Alachua ............. 90 901 95 5 .. ....
Baker ............... 100 1001 50 50 ... ......
Bradford ............. 90 95 90 90! ...... .....
Clay ................. 1101 110] 100 100 1001 100
Columbia .......... ... 100 100 100 100! 1)0 105
Nassau ..............| 901 90 1001 100 ............
Div. Av. per cent..... 97 98 89 891 100 102
Central Division.
Citrus ............... 75 60U 85 SO! ...... ......
Hernando ............ 80o S0 100| 100' SO 90
L ake ................ 40 501 90| 90 ..... ......
Levy ................. G601 60 l 100 100 ...... ......
Marion .............. 901 951 100 1001 90' 100
Orange .............. 70 651 75[ ... ...
Pasco ................ 80 SO 95 951 901 90
Sum ter .............. 801 80 87l 87 ...... ......
Volusia .............. 1 9J 80S 100 100 ..... ..
Div. Av. per cent..... 74 761 92 92 87 93
Southern Division.
Brevard ............. 10001 00 00l00 iO ... .....
DeSoto ..............I 100| 100] 100 100' 50 60
H illsborough ......... I 85| 80S 90 90i ...... ......
Manatee ............. 100 100! 1001 100l 5Ol 50
Osceola .............. I 80 60! 1001 1001 1001 100
Polk ................. 501 401 75 75' G0, 50
S t. L u cie ........... ... .... .. ...... ......
Div. Av. per cent ..... 86[ 80 941 941 651 65
State Av. per cent... 86s 87! 871 88 83 85












Condition and Prospective Yield of Crops-Continued.

St t I'otatoes a--a a 1'

COUNTIES -


Northern Division 0
Franklin ............. 90 95 ... .......
Gadsden ............. 751 90 ........... 5 1"
H am ilton ............. 75 5 ..... .... ; 75
Jefferson ............. 901 95 ...... ..... 5 I
Lafayette ............ 05 80 ...... ...... 7.
L eon ................ 101 120 ...... ...... 1 '' 1,"
Suwannee ........ .. 100 10 ............ 1,,
Taylor ............... 1001 1001............_ 1 ,1__
Div. Av. 1per cent .... 871 94 ...... ...... V, .;
Western Division.
Calhoun ............. 95 95 ... .. ......
Escam bia ............ 75 80O ...... ...... 100 ]",
Holmes .............. 1001 100 ...... ...... 1 i 1"I
Jackson .............. 1001 100 ...... ...... 1 11',
Santa Rosa .......... 100 100' ...... ...... 7. 7
Div. Av. per cent..... 94 95 ............ "' 92-
Northeastern Division.
Alachua ............. 90 95 ............ .. 1' 1,
B aker ................ 100 100 ...... ...... I '
Bradford .............. 100: 100 ...... ...... .. 91 .
Clay ................. 100 100 100 100 1 0 11'
Columbia ............ 90 90 ...... ...... 10. 0 l-ii
N assau .............. 1 1001 100 ...... ......' 11O 1liI
Div. Av. per cent ... 981 991 100' 100 95 1111
Central Division.
Citrus ................. 90 100 ...... ...... 1 ',' 1'"
Hernando ............ 100' 100' CG 5 90" 10.
Lake ................ 100 100 50 50 7,,( 75
Levy ................ 10000 001 ............ 10
M arion .............. 10, 100' 1iH" 1 1 5 11"
Orange ............... 100 0 90 90 ........
Pasco ................ 100 100 94' 95 95 5
Sumter ............. 85' S5 ...... ....... S7 '5
Volusia .............. 1001 1001 751 75 1 i' _
Div. Av. per cent..... 97 971 78 77 s 93
Southern Division.
Brevard .... ........ I 1201 1l5 100 10) ....... .....
DeSoto .............. 901 95' 1001 100............
Hillsborough ......... 80 801 90K 90' S0' 5
M anatee ............... 75 751... ...... .. .. .. ......
Osceola .............. 70' G6 50 50-1 4, 4.1
Polk ................. 100 120 50' 50 75
St. Lucie ....... ......... . .... ......
Div. Av. per cent ..... 89 97, 78 7S 6 7
State Av. per cent.... 93 961 85' 85 S5 9












13
Condition and Prospective Yield of Crops-Continued.


COUNTIES

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Northern Division.
Franklin ............. .....
Gadsden ........... .....
Hamilton ............ ......
Jefferson ............. ......
Lafayette ............ ......
L eon ................. ......
Suwannee ............ ......
T aylor ............... .....
Div. Av. per cent..... ......
Western Division.


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

...... 65 75 ...... ......
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...... 100 100 ...... .....
...... 100 100 ...... ......

...... 881 91[ ...... ......


Calhoun .............. ...... ...... 1 100, 100U .....
Escambia ............ i 501 751 1001 100 1001 100
H olm es .............. ...... ...... 100 100 ...... ......
Jackson .............. ...... ...... 100 100 ...... ......
Santa Rosa ......... ..... ...... S 1004 .... .......
Div. Av. per cent..... 50 | 751 965 10U lil0 100
Northeastern Division.
A jach a .................... ..... I 1u ...... ....
B aker .......... .. .. .... .. 100 100 .. ......
Bradford ........... ...... ....... o10 1 0 ...... .....
C lay ................. ..... ...... 100 ...... ......
Column bia ........... .... .. ...... 100 10 .
Nassau ......... ... ... .. ... ...... 10 100 .....
Nassau ............................ l li............
Div. Av. l:er cent ..... ...... ...... I 9G 112 ..........
Central Division.
Citrus ..................... ...... 10 l0...... ... ..
Hernando ...................... ...... 1 0 1100 ...... ...
L ake ................ ...... .. 50 5) ......
L evy ............. .. ...... ...... i 10 10 ....... .....
M arion ............... ... ...... 100 110 ....... .....
Orange ............. .. ...... 1 00l ..... ......
Pasco .............. ... 50 ...... ......
Sum ter ......... .... 10.0 .lo . .....
Volusia .............. ....... ...... 100 1001 ...... ......
Div. Av. per cent..... ...... ...... 911 90 ...... ......
Southern Division.
Brevard ........... ..... ...... 10) 100 .. .....
D eSoto .............. ..... ........ 100 0 ...... ......
Hillsborough ........ ... .. 100I 100 ...........
M anatee ............ ...... ..... e' .e .....
Osceola .......... .......... .. '. 100 ....... ....
Polk .............. ........ ...... 100 120 ...... ......
St. Lucie ............ .... ............ ..................
I)iv. A v. per cent ..... ...... ....' 100 102 ....... .....
S'nte Av. per cent... 50 75 94 97' lIIi 10 I











14

Condition and Prospective Yield of Crops-Continued.


Velvet Beans


COUNTIES i


Northern Division. O
Franklin ... ....... ...... ......
Gadsden ............. .. 50 75
Hamilton ............1 751 S0
Jefferson ............. 901 901
Lafayette ....... ..... 1 85 130O
Leon ................ 1001 1001
Suwannee ............ 90[ 90. .
T aylor ............... ...... ..... I
Div. Av. per cent .... S2 89
Western Division.
Calhoun ..... ........ ...... ......
Escambia ............I 100 1001
Holmes .............. 90| 100i
Jackson .............. 100! 100[
Santa Rosa ..........1 501 50 ..
Div. Av. per cent..... 851 88
Northeastern Division.
Alachua .............. 1 l00 100
B aker ................ ...... .....
B radford ............. ... ... ......
Clay ................. 1101 100
Columbia ............ 100, 100!
N assau .............. ...... .....
Div. Av. per cent...... 103I 1031
Central Division.
Citrus ............... 100, 1001
Hernando ............ 90 801
Lake ................ 10 1000 ..
Levy ........... ...... 100 100
M arion .............. 100 125
Orange ........ .... ... ......
Pasco ................ 85 Sa
Sum ter .............. S0O 85
Volusia ............. 100! 100
Div. Av. per cent.....| 94 97T
Southern Division.
B revard .............. ...... .. ....
DeSoto .............. 901 75
Hillsborough ......... 951 95
Manatee ............. 1001 100
Osceola .............. 10' 10
Polk ................. 100 75
St. Lucie .......... ...... ......
Div. Av. per cent. .... I 79] 71i
State Av. per cent ..... 89 901


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Lafayette ............ .... ..... .... ........ ...... ......
Leon ................. .. ......... ..... ... ........
Suwannee ......................... ...... ......
T aylor ............. ...... ...... .. .....
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Calhoun .........7... .... .. ..... .7 ...... 100 100
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H olm es .............. ...... ..
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Alachua .............. .... .. ...... .... ......
Baker ............. ..... ...... .. ......
Bradford ........... .... ... ... ... ... ......
Clay ................. ........ ... ..... ......
Columbia ............ .... .. ...... .. .....
N assau .. ........... ...... ...... ...... ... .
Div. Av. per cent... ..... ...... ...... ......


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Citrus ............... ......
H ernando ............ ...... .
Lake ................. ......
L evy ................ ......
M arion ............... .....
Orange ............... .. ...
P asco ................ ......
Sumter .............. ..... .
V olusia .............. ......
Div. Av. per cent...... ......
Southern Division.
Brevard ............. ... .
D eSoto ............... 1001
Hillsborough ......... 1 701
M anatee ............. 751
Osreola .............. 50
P olk ................. ......
St. Lucie ............ 1001
Div. Av. per cent...... 791
State Av. Per cent .... 791


...... ...... 1001 85
...: ....... 100 s80
...... 1001 6)
...... ...... 100 11

..... .. .. 100 80
75 10 90 50
.. ...... 87 87
...... ...... 100 75
751 101 971 78


...... 100
100 100!
GO CO
50 50
20 801
...... 25
100! 25
CCI| 63
GCI 69!


501 1001 50
100! 1001 0G
50 95 70
25 75 50
051 80o 40
25 75] 40
25 501 53
401 821 51
251 92! 77


COUNTIES


Northern Division.












16
Condition and Prospective Yield of Crops-Continued.

Lmrnon Trees Lime 'Ire- I'rapefruit Tree~

COUNTIES .- c


Northern Division. ~ C -
Franklin ............. ..... .... ...... .........
Gadsden ............. ...... ..... .......
H am ilton ............ ...... .. ... ...... ...... .. .
Jefferson ............. ...... ...... ...... ...... .....
Lafayette ............ ......... .. ........................
L eon ................. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..
Suwannee ........... ...... ...... ............ ..... .......
Taylor ........... ............... ..... ......
Div. Av. per cent..... ...... ................. ...........
Western Division.
Calhoun .................... ..... ........... ......
E scam bia ............ ....... .... .................. ......
Holmes ............... .. ..... ..... ...... ...... .....
Jackson .................................................
Santa Rosa .......... .................. ... .... ......
Div. Av. per cent..... ...... ............ ...... ............
Northeastern Division.
Alachua ............ ..... ...........
Baker ............... 100 75 .... ... ....
Bradford ......................... .......................
Clay ................. ....... ... .. .. ...... ..... .......
Columbia ............ ...... ...... ...... ................
Nassau ........... 100...... ....' ........ '..
Div. Av. per cent...... 1001 75! ... ..... .......
Central Division.
Citrus ............... ...... .. .... ..... ..
H ernando ............ ...... .. ... ..... ...... 10. ':
Lake ................ 1001 40 ...... ...... 1 I
Levy .. .....
Levy ................. .... ...... ........I..... ............
M arion ............. ... ... ..... ...... ....... 11
O range ............... ...... ........ ...... 1.
Pasco ................ ..... .... ......... 9 5
Sumter ............... ... ..... ... ......... 7 7
Volusia ..............I 100 75 ............' 1. 5
Div. Av. per cent..... 100! 57 ...... .... 9
Southern Division.
B revaid ............. 1 501 ...... 50 ...... 1, 11
DeSoto ............... 10J1 60 100 100 1 75
Hillsborough ......... ... ...... 70 5' 95 4
Manatee .............. 751 50 75 5o0 75 5,,
Osceola .............. 40; 05 40 ...... 2
Polk ................. 50 25 50 25 7- 51
St. Lucie ............ ...... ....... 75 75 5 5
Div. Av. per cent...... 631 35 66 60 o 7 47
State Av. per cent .... SS 56 66 Gi 92 5























PART II.
Weather Report


BU L-2















U. S. Department of Agriculture.
CLIMATOLOGICAL SERVICE
of the

WEATHER BUREAU

Central Office: Washington, D. C.


FLORIDA SECTION,

A. J. Mitchell. Section Director.
Report for May, 1907.


( ENEIAL SUMMARY.

There were no general storms during the month,
although some high winds prevailed over most of the
State during the prevalence of thunderstorms. The
highest winds recorded at regular stations were: Jack-
sonville, 45 miles an hour, on the 2d, and Jupiter, 36 miles,
on the 26th. The lowest monthly maximum velocity, 20
miles an hour, was recorded at Key West.
The distribution of barometric pressure was quite
uniform. The highest reduced barometer. 30.20 inches,
occurred at Jacksonville, and the lowest, 29.89 inches,
was recorded at the same station; the range for the month
was 0.31 of an inch.
July is our warmest month, although there is very
little difference between its mean temperature and that
of August. The mean temperature of the current monfh
was 81.3 degrees, or 0.2 degree below the normal, and 0.3
degree above the mean of 1906. The average temperature
for Julyv since 1892 has ranged from S0.2 to 82.3 degrees.
The highest temperature during Ilhe current month was












102 degrees The following maxima occurred in .July of
previous years: i80.H 10( degrees: Is9T7 I 1 .itl. inclusive.
1112 degrees: 19111. 10T7 degrees: !11_ and 19i:. 105 de-
grees; 10)4. 101 degrees: and 190'. 10l2 degrees. The
iealln maximum temperature was tl.;: the mean Iliini-
inumil. 72.1 degree. The highest ionimhl ieniiaiiu lnit.ijera-
lure \xis S4.7 degrees; tohe low(esl. 7S.2 dlegrels. ThIl iiilest
wealher in lthe norilhern district pirevailed mlotyv 'romil th'-
:d lo the (hii. inclusive, with ratlher highly tenjm'eriatsl '
in the northern, central and wvesten counties fri ml the
1!)9th th the 25't. I'nusualllv high temperatures pri-vilie
ill lie soitilHi i sectlionll f lth S-iite fl'll t 1l1" lI21rlih t TIr
24th: ; nd fronti h(Ie 27th t to iti '1.s. iln lusiv e.
July is a rainy onioithl the average ., reci, itail liin I-in1;
exceeded onl y li- I liit of Aiglllst atnd Septl.lOiii'l : aliun l
inally heavy rains I'lequenitly occur. TIhe axveriagl rainf;i
this monthly wais 7.75. inches. ,or .;l5 (if lan itnch ablvillv T
lIoritMal, and 1.75 inches less thlin the i avrag flr the sam'
miontl ofi 190 i. The111 nm til was ti lled frii' frequ il i t ';It1
well distril iled rains 1lironuglintl aill districts. TIlr
g'rlca'e st amiounil at any station fr ll"he 1on110 -11 s 1.v .17
inches, at M ifulil t I'leoisnt. Thi 'enrist aPniiTLll ri'i
recorded during .July since I,'112 was 27.! ) inrh( s. in ll li .
Thin least ;ailoult record d dl n riting the rirritili ioinllh \\-;
0.6S of an inch al Key V'West. The 24-lhotr asiini)iillt ati
nitllny sll a ions frll e IeI I ly exceeded ;iln inchli. I li 111 lxilii 1m
amount during, that period heing. 4.44 inches at P'ensa'nila.
The greatest 24-houn amount for July of whiih either i-
aulhentic record was !.05 inches, in 18Il;. Rain fell ever\
day his month, and 1he average aimoulints in the sove-r;l
districts, expressed in inches. -ere: Niirtle'rn. I!: ceitral.
8; southern, .:) and western. R inches.
As indicated hn tlhe frequent rains, threat was tuihi
cloudiness. alot llo ; per (ln1 oif the days Iavt-ing li-ll
generally overcast.

A-T.\[OSPriI ERI I' RESST RIE.
Inches.
MeIan, as determined front records of 5 stations... 1li.(ll
Departure front (lie normani. 5 records ............ 11.111i
Highest observed, at .Jacksonville otn the 17th ..... :.n.21
Lowest observed, at Jacksonville on lhe 27th. ...... 29. i
Range for the State............. ...... ......... 0.. 1












TE.PERAT'URE.
Deglres.
Meln. as determined froln rIecords of 57 slat ions. 1.-3
Departure from the normal. ::; records .......... -o0.2
Highest monthly mean, at Flamingo ............. 84.7
Lowest monthly mean, at Plant Cit y.............. 78.2
Highest recorded, at Wausau on tile 22d .......... 102.0
Lowest recorded, at Uall on the 6th .............. 58.0)
Range for the State .......... .................. 44.;)

PREC II'ITATION.
Inches.
Average, as deteriniled froii records of 5i station s. 7.7
Deplarturell from the normal. 39 records .. ....... -.465
Greatest alnnoit for aiy 24 hours, at P'ensuacola on
the 26th and 27th............................ 4.44
Greatest monthly amount, at .Mt. Pleasant ........ 15.)7
Least monthly amount, at Key West ............. 0.(68
Average 1numil)er of days on which 0.01 or mIore fell 15

SU'NSIIINE Ax\) ('LOTiDINESS.

Average number of clear days ..................... 11
Average number of partly cloudy days. .............. 15
Average number of cloudy days. .................... 5
Wr ID.
Prevailing wind direction.................. Southwest.










CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JULY, 1907.


STATIONS.


COUNTIES.


NORTHERN SECTION.

Archer. ............ Alachua ..........
Cedar Keys ....... Levy ............
Federal Point...... P tnam .........
Fernandina ......... Nassau ..........
Gainesville ......... Alachua ..........
Hunt ington ......... PI'utnam ..........
.r1,cksonville ........ I)uval.............
Jasper.............. I lam ilto l .........
.Johl nsown ......... Ilral'dford ..........
],alke ('Ciy........... C('ollu bia .........
Maccleniily.......... It-li'o. .............
Middllclrg ......... Clay..............
St. Augustine. ..... S .Jolil ........
S \ i I z 1-rla d T1I ...... St. Jol s .........


STemperature in Degrees Fah Precipitation Incnes Sky.

cd e Q
0 0 J4

"I c,^ I & d
'3 s


0\ -i ls ai ^ g.

gc i ) cd. a
~C C 0,' t C -
a ~ .-3 ~ ~
cd b-0 P. d
c a,=l -- aC. 0l c3 o ^ y s
^~~m i'~ S i Q3 m i^ -h ^ 3 z^ z
cl % ;


92 24 SO --0.1 9821 66 9 2712.1 --4.07 4.39 21 6 16
. .I. . . . . . . . . . . .
51 141 82.21 --1.51 9821* ;519 31 9.(;01 --2.84 3.60i 201 101 211 0
10 10 82.41 -1.1 9923 69 15* 28 .23: -: 2.90;l :;.00| 15 14! S8 !)
176, 21 81.5 ..... 9121 6 25 1 251 1;. 78 0 1.421 19! 11 91 11
5 10 82. 4 -0. t1 1(0!21 62114 10 5. 7,8 .:!0 1 571 13 111 18 :2
431| 35 I 81.7 --0.8 9 21 70114* 2:, 5.5 1 .25| 18 | l 15 7:
152 91 S::.0 --2.4 97, 21*! (;1 S ( 2 25 1 5: 1.19 0.971 13] 121 19] 0
1251 11 |dNS1.C 0.11 () 2 9 lV il;1 22 3R 7. (;: -0.01 32.00! 8 .I .'
511I 18 81. I1 --0.21 99|21 I 671 9*129l (; .::;! 0.911 2.4 11; i 2| 7! 22
125' 12 81 ..2 1. 1] 891'2, *1 60!15 1|:0 .1 21 .I(;51 1.38: 10! 211 (; 41
10 7 1 .. .. .. . .. .. .. ... ... I. .. .
101 57| 8 0.2! 1)20 (;17| 7 19 27' I8 0.7 1 0| 12 18 1 2j I
11) 10oI lS I 0 )I 0.71 1h97121* h;5 l9 29! 5 771 0.911 3.251 5 .. '
S i I I I I I I I I I I I


sw


s\v
sW
C W


s\V


.w









CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JULY, 1907-Continued.


STATIONS.







CENTRAL SECTION.


Bartow ............
Brooksville.........
Clermont...........
DeLand ..........
Eustis..............
Fort Meade........
Fort Pierce.......
Georgiana ..........
Grasmere ...........
Inverness...........
Kissimmee.........
M zla jar............
New Smyrna.......
Ocala.............


COUNTIES.


olk ..............
Hernando.........
Lake.............
Volusia...........
Lake .............
rPolk..............
St. Lucie..........
B evard .........
Orange...........
Citrus ...........
O eola...........
Brevard .........
Volusia...........
M arion...........


Temperature in degrees Fah Preciptation inches Sky.


C 0 -- o-



S I I E I
0 =
I* I I 5| I -





121 81.71-0.11 97|20 1 671 1* 27110.24! --1.29 2.831 8 211 2 sw
14 80.6--0.3[ 95] 8"' 671 3 261 8.81--0.38 2.24 12 8 13 10 w
14 82.31- 0.71 98 8 | 691 1*126112.27'-1-5.721 2.25] 171 21 281 11 s
6 ..... .... .... ... ... .... ..... ...... ... .. .I. ... ...
17 81.41-1.11 96120*1 67119 251 9.25'-3.171 1.281 181 21! 10 .. sw
231 80.21 01 95120 1 67 1*125110.91| -2.230 2.901 14 91 15 7| sw
16 80.41-1.51 97120 1 67112*291 4.47'-1.231 0.881 9 21 81 2| se
26 1] .51 ..... 1 )4i20 1 71i 1*i201 9.63 -' -4. 1. 9 1 2 1 1 1 5! se
10 83.01-0.51 971 X I 701 1*1231.. .. .... .I 21! 10 sw
6 80.2-1.31 93121* 68114 1231 8.28-1.68 1.76 191 2! 231 6! sw
151 82.01-0.41 961 8*1 681 1*124112.51 -1-5.741 3.351 13! 91 151 71 w
51c81.4 .... c99120 1 671 1*!..1 7.51 -1-3.46 1.~35 12] 23] 8] .. s
191 80.81-!-0.13 98120 1 67118 ]291 8.67! --3.391 1.97! 131 .. ..
201 S1.6!-1-0.31 99120 1 68116 '271 8.0c' --0.821 2.35' 151 2 23 6f sw
[ 1 111 I I I 1 1 1 1 _









CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JULY, 1907-Continued.

S Temperature in degrees Fah Preciptation in inches


STATIONS.







Orai-ge City........
Orlando............
Panasoffkee........
Plant City.........
Rockwell..........
St. Leo............
Tampa............
Tarpon Springs.....
Titusville ...........

So il ]':Sl \ ( l:(" N'[IN

Arcadia............
Avon Park .........
Flaniingo ..........
liyloluxo ...........


COUNTIES.


Volusia...........
Orange........... 1
Sumtcr...........
Hillsborough...... 1
Marion...........
I'asco .............
IIillsborough ......
Hillsl)orough......
Brevard...........



I)cSoto............
I) Solo ........ I
MlonI o ...........
I )aId ..............


I -



16 S1.5
17 82.6;
| 80. |





15. .1 .
15. 7,S.2
71(181.21-
12' S1 .11

2:', N0.01



X !


C-
6
55 4-
25


- 1.11 9!)20*)*
--0.61 97 9









o I,
1..... I 9 1 21
- 2.1 4 97|19 *
-1.5 95 N*'
-'0.4 92' N
--1.2 92 11



I I I
1..... 9 ::
0.4 9',29'
2.7 I 21
1(.1 14124


Sky.

>)
5.,
ci


(;519 30 4.591- 1.94" 0.N:1 11 5' 251 11 sw
(;G 1 27 9.96 -- 1 1. 17| 5i 201 (;1 w-
(;(; 14 26 8.61 ..... 1. 71 7 ll 15 131 1 w
CS 1 1221 6.41- 1.6:: 1.00 10 1 .. ......
41 2 22 ] .3 :- 17 0. (; 1.75 19 .. I ......
;7!1 11 25 5.1 -1 .N- 1.:l' 19' 4 21 ( w
(1;822 122 S. (;6: -- 0. 10 :.1.- 20' 114 61 ( 1 sw
611 IS 127 6.27'- 1.9:! 2.') 17 1 9 8 1 w
.. ... .. ...... .. ...... I .. .. .

I i I I I 1 I I
I I
I;SI 1*2:: 7. 2 1.1: 20 1 2 1 w
,; 1 2' ) 1 1 .; I.. ;11. IN ( I lu i 1j ', so
7 1i 17 12 1 5. 0.1 1. ) 10 1 25 :: 1 ..I s'
(N2si 2; 5.52 -0. 21 2.4N I :1 I 16 I, S








CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JULY, 1907-Continued.


STATIONS.







.upiter. ............
Key West..........
M .-natee............
Miami..............
Myers..............

WESTERN S("I'ION.

Apalachicola ........
Boaifay ............
Carrabelle ..........
DeFuiiak Springs..
Fenholloway........
G ait................
Madison ...........
Marianna ...........


I C)
COUNTIES.



0I



Dade.............. 28
Monroe........... 22
Manatee.......... S.
Dade............. 5.
Lee............... 12!



F.anklin.......... 241
Holmes........... 111
Franklin.......... 10
W alton........... 19,:
Taylor............. 70
Santa Rosa.......' 1
Madison .......... 200
Jackson .......... S


Temperature in degrees Fah
t^ *
a
Sc ia c


"d n
d., g^ 'a

m3 5 d -^ ^!
C' a S C C a
C' f Q ^-


6
11'
10I
1
.. .


8I .6 --0.6;
83.8 --0.1
81.0' -0.1
82.0--0.4
SO. 4 -0.6



81.4 .....
SO. S --l.
82. G0 -1-0.71
s0. 6-0.1
81.0 .....
Sl. 0 i .. .. .


41 82.2 .....
7ialS 1.0 .... [h
I I I


93; 20 69126 121 4.341-1.03
91: 74|15 121 0.68--2.91
96020 ( 68 1*28 6.46-4.75
96 20 701 G*6261 3.78 -3.11
9018* 691 1*120i 6.70'-2.43
I I I I

I I I ; I
10021 72118 122110.50 -1-4.08
100;22 69i 2 i25; 9.65; --5.41
9S]21 I 70u 1 '221 5.70 -'-0.160
100'22 I 6818 *241 9).55 -'-2.8S6
991l21* 67 14 1261 9.511 ......
100122 58 6 2910.731 ......
99121 I 691 6 261 4.411-0.59:
110022 'a67;17S 28S 7.95 -[-2.87I
S I I I I I


1.59
0.241
2.601
1.8 '
1 .82





2.00
1.62
2.20|
1 .39
1.010
2.10'
I


hes Sky.


r 4

c
C& C zI r
si k -C





1, 24 sw
10; 151 13 3 e
9 18 61 7 1iwN
S 7 241 se
21 1:1 18 .Is
SI ;



13 12 18 1, sw
15 6 24 s
7 10 141 7 s
17; 1! 24! 6[ s


9i 8 8 151 sw
1 .. sw
1 I1











CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JULY, 1907-Continued. "T


STATIONS.







Molino. ............
Monticello ..........
Mount Pleasant.....
Pensacola...........
St. Andrew .........
Tallahassee .........
W ausau ............

LATE REPOwIrS.
June, 1907.

Arcadia ...........
Plant Cilty..........


COUNTIES.







Escam -a .........
Jefferson.........
G .dsden..........
Escambia.........
Washington .......
Leon .............
Washington .......


All records iar' used in doterminini Sktale


Temperatu












51 80.2 1.0
2 79.2 .....
so0., .....
28 81.01--0.4
-9 82.1 --0.11
t a














S9 1.4 0.9S
g












2 7 i......
28| 81.01-0.4
9 82.12| -0.1]
22 an.0 it h
9 81.4- 0






I"I I

llic.;>l]K, l~ii l I liir


*e in degrees Fal Precipitation inche



Co
cd


Sky

(C
to
13
Q
^ ^


I l l

1012., 62 4*.3312.11 --5.25 3.851 10 171 7i
9(;22 67 26*i27 7.6-1 .... 1.02 15 101 18
100122 66 7* 30 15.07 ..... 3..3 15 .
91b21 71 3 191 9.20 -1.1 .9 4.441 11 51 12
96 22 6!,8 21 8.87 -1.52 3.16 137 15 101
9 522 70115*|21 5.07 --2.81 1.05 18 12 91
10222 |6517 31 9.06|--2.85s 1.35 18 2 131




l9Sl 7* S2 8.17 ...... 3.05 S ..
S9 1: 0I 4 l 1 1 1I 1 :1. 1 ; ..1 .. i

Iirailn l depar'lnl' s fr l m II n 'I III t mprl'l';tulIre allnd


talion iareC asd on records( frimln stationtCs Ilhal have ten oir imCirC yards of oblse( rvation.
The letters a, b, c, e0t., indicate. 1111ui llli of lays iikssint; f'ron report. Mlore tIlali oiin day.


r


Cd
o










71 s
3 sw
C .






6 w
10 s





16 s
s'








.. ]

'Crl, ll).



















PART III.
Fertilizers and
Feeding Stuffs
















REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND
FORWARDING OF FERTILIZER OR COM1MER-
CIAL FEEDING STUFF SAMPLES TO THE
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.

SECTION 15 OF THE LAWS.

Special samples of Fertilizers or Cominmecial Feeding
Stuffs sent in by purchasers, under Section 9 of tile laws,
shall be drawn in the presence of two disinterested
witnesses, from one or more packages, thoroughly mixed
and a FAIR SAMPLE 01' THE SAME OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHT
OUNCES (ONE-1IALF POUND) SHALL 1E PLACED IN A CAN OR
BOTTLE, SEALED AND SENT ITY A DISINTERESfIED PARTY TO
THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AT TALLILHASSItEE. NOT
LESS THAN EIGHT OUNCES, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE, WILL
BE ACCEPTIE) FOR ANALYSIS. This rule is adopted to secure
fair samples of sufficient size to make the Ilwncssary deter-
minations, and to allow the preservation of a duplicate
sample in case of protest or appeal. These duplicate sam-
ples will be preserved for two months from date of cer-
t'ficate of analysis.
The State Chemist is not the proper officer to receive
special samples from the purchaser. The propriety of the
method of drawing and sending the samples as fixed by
the law is obvious.
The drawing and sending of special samples in rare
cases is in compliance with law. Samples are frequently
sent in paper packages or paper boxes, badly packed, and
frequently in very small quantity (less than ounce) ; fre-
quently there are no marks, numbers or other means of
identification; the postmark in some instances being
absent.
I would call the attention of those who desire to avail
themselves of this privilege to Sections 9 and 10 of the
law, which are clear and explicit.
Hereafter strict compliance with above regulations will
be required. The sample must not be less than one half
pound, in a can or bottle, scaled and addressed to the
C(ooninisionemr of A gririultiut. The s8'I~1nr's n /Ic and ad-
dress must also be on the package this, rule applying to
special samples of fertilizers or commercial, feeding staff.












INSTRUCTIONS TO MANUFACTURERS AND
DEALERS.

Each package of Commercial Fertilizer, and each pack-
age of Commercial Feeding Stuff (after August 22. 1905)
must have, securely attached Ihereto, a tag with the guar-
anteed analysis required by law, and the stamp showing
the payment of the inspector's fee. This provision of the
law-Section 3 of both laws-will be rigidly enforced.
Manufacturers and dealers will be required to properly
tag and stamp each package of Commercial Fertilizer or
Commercial Feeding Stuff under penalty as fixed in Sec-
tion 6, of both laws. Tags shall be attached to the top
end of each bag. or head of each barrel.


INSTRUCTIONS TO PURCHASERS.

Purchasers are cautioned to purchase no Commercial
Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding Stuff (after August
22, 1905) that does not bear on coach package an analysis
tag with the guarantee required by law, and the stamp
showing the payment of the inspector's fee. Goods not
having the guarantee tag and stamp are irregular and
fraudulent; the absence of the guarantee lag and stamp
being evidence that the manufacturer or dealer has not
complied with the law. Without the guarantee tag and
stamp showing what the goods are guaranteed to contain.
the purchaser has no recourse against the manufacturer
or dealer. Such goods are sold illegally and fraudulently,
and are generally of little value. All reputable manufac-
turers and dealers now comply strictly with the law and
regulations by placing the guarantee tag and stamp on
each package.
The interest of the consumer, the farmer, or stockman.
demands that they purchase no Coiannmtri:l Fer.tilizer
or Commercial Feeding Stuff (after August 22, 191.!)()5
lhat does not h1:ve securely attached hlle guar;nte tag
and inspection stamp.


INSTRUCTIONS TO SHERIFFS.

The attention of the Sherills of the various counties











is called to Section 3 of both laws, defining their duties.
This department expects each Sheriff to assist in main-
taining the law and protecting the citizens of the State
from the imposition of fraudulent, inferior or deficient
Commercial Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding Stuffs.
B. E. McLIN,
Commissioner of Agriculture.

The following tables of average composition of Com-
mercial Feed Stuffs are compiled from the report of the
Connecticut Experiment Station. They cover a large
number of analyses, and are fully representative of the
standard composition of the various feeds in the tables.
They are given for reference. Should a feed stuff vary ma-
terially from these averages, its purity may be questioned.
If the "ash" content exceed to any great extent, sweep-
ings may be suspected. If the crude fiber be excessive, oat
hulls, corn cobs, rice chaff, or other ligneous or fibrous
materials may be suspected. While the valuable constit-
nents. "protein," "sugar and starch," and "fat." should
not materially vary from these tables of averages, that
are practically standards of comparison, for the feeds
mentioned in the tables.

COPIES OF THE FERTILIZER LAW.

Citizens interested in the fertilizer and stock feed l'ws
of the State, and desiring to avail themselves of their p;ro-
tiction, can obtain copies free of charge by sending f,:r
.nme to the Commissioncr of Agriculture.












AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL
FEEl) STUFFS.



NAME OF FEEl) -



Cotton Seed Meal 7.05 43.161 24.59 9.22 6.60

Linseed Meal ....... S.7T 4.7T 35.91 5.84 6.12

W heat Bran ......... 8.39 15.9: 54.;2 4.7o .5.3

Middlings ..........3 17.14 50.60 4.2 4.3)

Mixed Feed (wheat).. 7.801 16.S(; 54.44 4.79 5.30

Corn Meal .......... 1.l 8.73 71.:2 3.14 1.2'

Corn (grain) ............1 10.50 ..4 1.) '

Corn Cobs .......... i 30.10i 2.40 54.9o 0.5 1.41

Corn and Cob Meal... 0.00 S. 0 4.80 3.50 1.50

Corn & Oats,eq'lp'ts.. 5.80 9.60 ;6.10 4.40' 2.

W heat .............. 1.80 11.90' 71.99 2.10 1.SO

Oats ................ 9.50 11.80' 5 .70 5.00 3.n9

Soja Beans .......... 4.801 34.0) 28.00 10 .50 5.40

Velvet Beans & Hulls.. 9.20 19.70 51.0 4.50 3.0

Rice iulls ... ...... 35.70' 3.60! 38.00' 0.70 13.2,

Gluten Meal.......... 1.25! 37.06 46.52 2.27 0.7 0

Gluten Feed.......... 7.31 24.17 54.230 3.44 1.80
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AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL FEED
STUFFS- (Continued.)



NAME OF FEED. iv



Hominy Feed ........ 4.05 10.49 65.27 7.85 2.54

Rye Products (bran) 4.53 15.57 61.28 3.02 3.80

Barley Sprouts ...... 10.94 27.20 42.66 1.56 6.34

Distillers' Grains .... 12.90 32.23 33.34 12.09 1.86

Oat Feed ............ 20.57 7.91 54.58 3.26 5.34

Provender ........... 3.91 10.62 67.34 4.03 1.83

Victor Feed ......... 10.63 8.83 62.46 4.02 3.64

XXX Corn & Oat F'ds 9.94 9.66 64.66 5.09 3.24

Corn & Oat Feeds... 12.09 8.73 61.73 3.73 3.22

Proprietary Horse F'ds 9.57 12.48 60.54 4.27 2.83

Molasses Feeds ...... 8.49 16.341 51.72 1.79 6.18

Poultry Feeds ....... 4.62 15.89 60.27 5.32 27.63

Beef Scrap .......... ...... 44.70 3.23 14.75 29.20

Quaker Dairy Feed... 15.53 14.421 52.12 4.05 5.31

Creamery Feed ...... 10.07| 20.06! 51.00 5.38 3.57

Purina Feed ........ 12.601 10.10! 57.033 5.75 4.65
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COMPOSITION OF FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

NITROGENOUS MATERIALS.


Ammon


Niitrate of Soda..........
Sulphate of Ammonia ....
Dried Blood..............
Concentrated Tankage.....
Bone Tankage........ .....
Dried Fish Scrap ........
Cotton Seed Meal..........
H oof M eal ................


Pounds Per Hundred.

Phosphoric
ia Acid Potash


17 to 19. ............ .. .... .-
21 to 241 ....... ..... .. .........
12 to 17 | .. .. .. .. ... .. .....
12 to 15 1 to 2 ...........
Gto 91 10 to 15 ...........
8 to 10 6 to S ......
7 to 10 2to 3 1 t'o 2
13 to 17 1 to 2 ...........


PHOSPHATE MATERIALS.

Pounds Per Hundred.
Insoluble-
Ammonia Available Phosphoric
Acid
Florida Pebble Phosphate. I.......... ............ 26 to 32
Florida Rock Phosphate. .......... ............ 33 to 35
Florida Super Phosphate.. .......... 14 to 19 1 to 6
Ground Bone ............ 3 to 6 5 to 8 15 to 17
Steamed Bone ............ 2to 4 6to 9' 1Jto20
Dissolved Bone .......... 2 to 41 13 to 15[ 2 to 3


POTASH MATERIALS AND FARM MANURES.

Pounds Per Hundred

Actual Phos-
Potash Am'nia phoric
Acid
Muriate of Potash........ l 50 ........ ....
Sulphate of Potash........ 48 to 52 ......... ...... ..
Double Sul. of Pot. & Mag. 26 to 30 .................
Kainit .................. 112 to2..... .
Sylvinit .................. 116 to 20 ......... ........ .
Cotton Seed Hull Ashes... ;15 to 30 ......... 7 to 9
Wood Ashes, unleashed. .. 2 to 8 ......... .........
Wood Ashes leached....... 1 to 2 ......... I to 1
Tobacco Stems ............ 5 to 8 2 to 4 ........
Cow Manure (fresh)...... 0.40 I 0to41' J. 1
Horse Manure (fresh) ..... 0.53 0 to 601 0 .2
Sheep Manure (fresh)..... 0.67 | 1.00 0.2:3
Hog Manure (fresh) ...... 0.60 0.55 I o 1
Hen Dung (fresh) ........ J.85 2.07 154
Mixed Stable Manure ...... I 0 63 0.70 .2


Lime






10

35 to 40

0.31


o.n 's
n 24
F.7n


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MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZ-


ING MATERIALS AT FLORIDA
JANUARY, 1907.


Ammoniates.
Nitrate of Soda, 17 per cen
Ammonia .............
Sulphate of Ammonia 25 pt
cent. Ammonia ........
Dried Blood 17 per cent. Ai
m onia .................
Dried Blood 15 per cent. Ar
m onia ................ .


SEA PORTS,


Less than 5 to 10 10 tons
5 tons. tons. & over.
It.
$60.00 $59.50 $59.00
er
74.00 73.50 73.00
m-
60.00 59.50 59.00
54.00 53.50 53.00
54.00 53.50 53.00


POTASH.


High Grade Sulphate Potash
48 per cent. Potash (K20) .
Low Grade Sulphate Potash
26 per cent. Potash (K20).
Muriate of Potash 50 per cent.
Potash (K20) ............
Nitrate Potash, 13 Am., 42
Potash (K20) ............
Kainit 12 per cent. Potash...
Canada Hardwood Ashes 4
per cent. (K20) Potash...


50.00 49.50 49.00

30.00 29.50 29.00

46.00 45.50 44.00

84.00 83.50 83.00
13.00 12.50 12.00

17.00 16.50 16.00


AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID.


High Grade Blood and Bone,
10 per cent Ammonia .....
Low Grade Blood and Bone,
61/2 per cent. Ammonia, 8
per cent, Phosphoric Aid...
Raw Bone, 4 per cent. Am-
monia, 22 per cent. Phos-
phoric Acid ..............
Ground Castor Pomace, 6
per cent. Ammonia, 2 per
cent Phosphoric Acid .....
Bright Cottonseed Meal, 8
per cent. Ammonia, market
quotations ..............


40.00 39.50 39.00


31.00 29.50 29.00


32.00 31.50 31.00


25.00 24.50 24.00


31.00 29.50 29.00











Dark Cotton Seed Meal, 6
per cent. Ammonia, market
quotations ..............


24.00 23.50 23.00


PHOSPHORIC ACID.


High Grade Acid Phosphate,
16 per cent. Available Phos-
phoric Acid .............
Acid Phosphate 14 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid.
Boneblack 17 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid.
Odorless Phosphate ........


15.00 14.50 14.50

14.00 13.50 13.00

24.00 23.50 23.00
25.00 24.50 24.00


MISCELLANEOUS.


H. G. Ground Tobacco Stems,
3 per cent. Ammonia, 9 per
cent. Potash ............
Pulverized Ground Tobacco
Stem s ..................
Tobacco Dust, No. 1, 3 per
cent. Ammonia, K20 Pot-
ash .....................
Tobacco Dust, No. 2, 1 per
cent. Ammonia, 1I per
cent. Potash ............
Dark Tobacco Stems, baled..
Land Plaster in sacks .....


25.00 24.50 24.00

16.00 15.50 15.00


23.00 22.50 22.00


19.00
15.00
10.50


18.50
14.50
10.25


18.00
14.00
10.00


The charges by reputable manufacturers for mixing and
bagging any special or regular formula are $1.50 per ton
in excess of above prices.












Jacksonville Prices Current.



FEEDl STUFFS.

Pure wheat bran, per ton, $27.00.
Pure Middlings, per ton, $29.00.
Purina feed, per ton, $27.00.
Victor meal, per ton, $24.00.
Cotton hulls, per ton, $10.00.
Other quotations are:
Gluten food, for cows, per ton, $30.00.
Jersey cow feed, per ton, $22.1111.
Purina stock food, 100 sacks, 175 lbs., $26.50.
Purina stock food, less quantity 100 lbs., $27.00.
Atlas stock feed, per ton, $28.00.
Atlas sugar feed, per ton, $25.00.
Southern seed rye, per bushel, $1.25.
Texas rust-proof seed oats, per bushel, 65c.
May or Burt seed oats, 32 pounds to bushel, per bushel,
80 cents.
Cotton seed meal. bright, 100 sacks, per ton, $31.00.
Cotton seed meal, bright, less quantity, per ton. $31.50.
Cotton seed meal, dark, car load, per ton, $24.00.
Cotton seed meal, dark, 100 sacks, per ton, 824.50.
Salt, 200-lb sacks, per sack, $1.00.
Rock salt, for stock, per pound 1 -c.
White corn, car load, per sack, of 100 pounds, $1.25.
White corn, 100 sacks, per sack of 100 pounds, $1.30.
White corn, less quantity, per sack of 100 1 pounds, $1.35.
Mixed corn, 100 sacks, per sack of 100 pounds, $1.20.
Mixed corn, less quantity, per sack of 100 pounds, $1.25.
White oats, car load. per sack of 100 pounds. $1.50.
White oats. 100 sacks, per sack of 100 pounds. $1.60.
White oats, less quantity, per sack of 100 pounds, $1.65.
Fancy White clipped oats, 100 pounds, 5e per sack
higher.
Note-Consumers are urged to compare the current
prices with the "Feeding Value" as shown in the tables
of analysis of feed stuff. It will be noted that Middlings
and Bran at the prices quoted are more economical than
other feeds, which sell for more per ton and are far be-
low the standard in value. Low grade feeds, mill offal,












and similar feed, are largely advertised and sell fur higher
prices than standards, though of much less value.
A comparison of these prices and the tables will show
that price does not govern value or quality; that some of
the highest priced feeds have less value than others that
can be purchased for less money. The etfect of the
"Stock Feed Law" has already been of marked benefit to
the State. A number of low grade feeds, with fanYv
brands, and largely advertised, have been to large extent
withdrawn from the State. If consumers will carefully
study the tables of analysis of various brands, and com-
pare them with the market prices, and purchase only
those that compare favorably in quality and price, in-
ferior feeds will soon disappear from the State.

FACTORS FOR CONVERSION.

To convert-
Ammonia into nitrogen, multiply by ........... 0.824
Ammonia into protein by ...................... 5.15
Nitrogen into ammonia, multiply by ........... 1.214
Nitrate of soda into nitrogen, multiply by ...... 16.47
Nitrogen into protein by ....................... 6.25
Bone phosphatet into phosphoric acid, multiply by 0.458
Phosphoric acid into bone phosphate, multiply by 2,184
Muriate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.632
Actual potash into muriate potash, multiply by 1.583
Sulphate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.541
Actual potash into sulphate of potash. multiply by 1.85
Nitrate of potash into nitrogen, multiply by.... 0.139
Carbonate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.681
Actual potash into carbonate of potash, multiply by 1.466
Chlorine, in "kainit," multiply potash (K20) by 2.33

For instance you buy 95 per cent. of nitrate of soda and
want to know how much nitrogen is in it. multiply 95 per
cent. by 16.47 you will get 15.65 per cent. nitrogen: you
want to know how much ammonia this nitrogen is equiv-
alent to, then multiply 15.65 per cent. by 1.214 and you
get 18.99 per cent., the equivalent in ammonia.












STATE VALUATIONS.
For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid. Ammonia
and Potash for the Season of 1907.
Available Phosphoric Acid ............5 cents a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ...........1 cent a pound
A Imonia(or its equiva lentin nitrogen) 16), cents a pound
Potash (as actual potash. K20) ........ ., cents a pound
If calculated by units-
Available Phosphoric Acid .............. .1.00 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ........... 20 cents per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) ... ::I per unit
Potash ................................. $1.10 per unit
Wilh a uniform allowance of $1.50 per ton for mixing
and bagging.
A unit is twenty pounds, or 1 per cent. in a ton. We
find this to be the easiest and quickest method for calcu-
lating the value of fertilizer. To illustrate this take for
example a fertilizer which analyzes as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid ..6.22 per cent.x.$1.00- 6.22
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid .1.50 per cent.x .20- .30
Ammonia .................. .3.42 per cent.x 3.30- 11.28
Potash ......................7.23 per cent.xl.10-- 7.95
Mixing and Bagging ......................... 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports ................ 27.25
Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid ....8 per cent.x$1.00-$8.00
Ammonia ....................2 per cent.x 3.30- 6.60
Potash ........................2 per cent.x 1.10- 2.20
Mixing and bagging ............................ 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports ................. .18.30
The above valuations are for cash for materials deliv-
ered at Florida seaports, and they can be bought in one
ton lots at these prices at the date of issuing this Bulle-
tin. Where fertilizers are bought at interior points, the
additional freight to that point must be added.
If purchased in car load lots for cash, a reduction of
len per cent. can be made in above valuations, i. e.
Available Phosphoric Acid ..........90 cents per unit
Potash (K20) ...................... 99 cents per unit
Ammonia (or equivalent in nitrogen). $2.97 per unit
The valuations and market prices in succeeding illns-
trations, are based on market prices for one ton lots.











SPECIAL SAMPLES.

It is shown by the number of "Special Samples" those
sent in direct by the purchaser of fertilizers) that tLe
law is becoming more generally understood by the farmer.
fruit and vegetable grower. Purchasers who have any
reason to doubt the correctness of the guarantee on the
goods furnished them, do not hesitate to send in samples
for analysis.
This right to have a sample of the goods purchased
analyzed by the State Chemist, under Section 9 of the law
-without charge-the inspection fees covering the cost
of analysis, as well as inspection-has doubtless had a di-
rect influence upon the increased quality of the goods sold
in the State. When properly drawn, sealed, witnessed
and transmitted, the "Special Sample" has proved a safe-
guard to the customer, legitimate dealer, and manufac-
turer, and a check upon the careless, ignorant. or fraud-
ulent vendor or manufacturer.
It furnishes the consumer -illh the ,sa1 protection de-
manded by the manufacturecr, who buys his materials only
upon the guarantee, and pays for then according to an-
alysis.
By far the largest amount of commercial fertilizers used
in Florida, are manufactured or mixed by factories iu
the State. Large amounts of fertilizing materials are im-
ported direct by factories and dealers located at our sea-
port cities; cargoes of potash salts direct from Germanv
are now frequently received by Florida imi)orte.rs, while
large amounts of acid lphosphate are manufactured at and
exported from the various (Gulf and Atlantic ports.
Florida consumers may now purchase their fertilizers
and chemicals at Florida seaports as cheaply a. at any of
the seaports of the country.
On a preceding page a table of the "AvNerage (C'iupcji-
tion of ('(oniimerci;il Fled Siultls" will be found. The con-
sumer should study this table, select the foods best suited
to his demands-price of course considered-see that the
"Guarantee" on the package he purchases compares favor-
ably with the average in the table, and if doubtful of the
truth of the statement on the "Guarantee" send at once
a sample of the suspected material to the Commissioner
of Agriculture at Tallahassee. Send one-half pound in a
"tin can, sealed,'' as provided by law.











LIGHT WEIGHT-FALSE STATEMENTS.

Some complaint has been made recently as to failure to
furnish full weight as guaranteed.
In one case of light weight cotton seed meal, discovered
by the Inspector, the goods were sold by the sheriff, as
provided by law.
Other cases have been reported, particularly "kainits."
The public, dealers and consumers, are cautioned to
examine their purchases, and in case of doubt, have the
casks weighed at the railroad station, or at the ware-
house-reporting deficiencies in weight if found to exist,
with names of sellers, manufacturers and witnesses to the
weighing and other facts and circumstances. This ap-
plies to fertilizers and feeding stuff-(also to grain and
other articles).
The department is desirous of maintaining the standard
of both quality and quantity as expressed in the guar-
antee. and to this end requests the active co-operation of
all citizens.
A false statement of weight on grain or feed is a misde-
meanor, and subjects the seller to fine or imprisonment,
or both, under Chapter 4967 (No. 92) Acts of 1901. Also
the sale of light weight fertilizer and feed stuff subjects
the seller to a fine and forfeiture of the goods, under the
Fertilizer and Feed Stuff Laws.









BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS. 42
R. E. Rose, State Chemist. L. Heimburger, Assistant Chemist.
Analysis of Special Samples Under Section 9, Act Approved May 22, 1901.
(Samples taken by Purchaser.)

Phosphoric Acid


NAME OR BRAND. BY WHOM- SENT.
o




Fertilizer No. 1............. 10711...... 3.331 5.15 S. 15, 4.. 0 S.42 W. .1. Kimball, Fort Pierce, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 2 ............ 1072] ...... .......... . 0. 21 4.87 ,.d5 'W .1. Kimball, Fort Pierce, Fla.
Soft Phosphate (Matrix) .... 1073 .. ... .. 20. :1 ...... ...... |. A. Alerrin, Plant City, Fla.
I'ebble Phosphate (washed). 1074 .. .... ...... 2). i1. .. ....... .. A. AMerrin. Plant City, Fla.
Phosphate ................. 11075 ...... ..... ..... 14. ............ llio vc Slihepard, Bristol. Fla.
Sulplhate of Potash .......... 1076 ............. ...... .... ...... I -. s 'Moore & Moore, Elredd Fla.
Blood and Bn,me .............. 1077 ...... ......... .... ... 12.I;I ;.(; I ...... M Iancy linior, 'Taoipn Fla.
Sulplatt. of Potash .......... 11071 ...... .... .. ....... .... .121 1. I t Arnold, Malalin r. I, 'l
VI,'tilizeI. ........ .......... 1079 11.521 10.06 1 5.28i 15.9-.'' :;.77 2.22 1. (. ay, Forl I'i ce, Fla.
Fetrtilizer ....................118) 7.571 :.5 97 7-1'2 1.95'1.128 C ki\i'X. ,il Piro. ''it
~p '.I|os I t .................. Il SI ..... ... ...... ...... .28 .. ...... \\ S. I) l,. 'I' n i Fla
I I' sphatll) te .................. 10S82 .... ... .. ...... 1 7 1 ...... ...... W I)oyl iTa p F.la.
I'lospli alte ................. I S1 :! ..... .. ...... ...... :::.;. s a rd tb rislol, F l .
Forrlilie7 r ................. 1. I S4 12.73 5. 5 2.:7 7 O ,. '. P. W in (:allo\vay, Fla.










Fertilizer ................. 1085 6.02 2.61 3.16 5.77 6.20 10.351George W. Ruple, Fort Pierce, Fla.
Fertilizer ................. 1086 3.54 3.95 2.56 5.51 4.25 13.44'Joseph Freedland, Boynton, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 087 5.10 4.72 3.90 8.62 7.04 5.821J. M. Kay, Boynton, Fla.
Soft Phosphate ............ 108 ...... ......... 22. 94 ...... ....J. Hamontree, McMeekin, Fla.
Pebble Phosphate .......... 1089 ...... ............ 30. 90 ... .. .... J... Hamontree, McMeekin, Fla.
Fertilizer ..................10901 ...... 6.47 2.26 8.73 4.22 9.42 Seessms & Edwards, Tampa, Fla.
Phosphate No. 1............ 1091' .......... ........ 31. 21 ....... ... J. C. Gibson, DeFnniak Springs, Fla.
Phosphate No. 2........... 1092 ...... ......... 30.99 ...... ...... J. C. Gibson, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
Phosphate No. 3............ 1093 .. .. .. ........ 32. 63. ............ J. C. Gibson. DeFuniak Springs, Fla,
Fertilizer No. 2............ 1094 17.54 4.96 1.37 6.33 5.19 11.54 Walter Waldin, Miami, Fla.
Phosphate ....1095........... .. .. .. 22.45 ...... ...... C. J. Miller, Lakeland, Fla.
Fertilizer ............... 196 9.81 6.791 0.37 7.16 1.52 13.40 T. Kimball, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 1097 ...... 5.91 1.14 7.051 4.34 7.12 W. J. Tweedell, Homestead, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 10981 5.17 7.71 2.90 10.61 4.47 8.55'.1. J. Harvey, Hastings, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 1 ......... 1099 9.09 7.54 0.73 8.27 3.42 9.101J. E. Rawlerson, Lilly, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 2 ............1100 11.73 6.96 0.43 7.39 3.30 10.53J.. E. Rawlerson, Lilly, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 3............. 1101 6.45 13.22 0.08 10.30! 4.77 13.071J. E. Rawlerson, Lilly, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 4 .............1102 5.74 8.70 0.15 8.85 4.98 14.22.1. E. Rawlerson, Lilly, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 113 7.97 6.05 0.44 6.491 3.59 10.921S. B. Hull, Oakland, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 3........ 1104 5.36 6.30 0.88 7.181 8.06 11.89 W. Waldin, Miami, Fla.
Fertilizer ..................1105 10.34 7.93 0.34 8.27 2.23 12.41'A. B. Harrington, Winter Haven, Fla.
Canada Unleached Ashes .. 11061 13.80 ...... ........... ...... 2.890. Larson & Sons, Boynton, Fla.
Fertilizer ..................1107 ...... 6.63 0.29 6.92 4.84 13.G62 E. Mims, Bonaventura, Fla.
Fertilizer ..................1108 10.27 6.322 0.5' 6.S3 3.26 9.32D. W. Brown, Arcadia, Fla.
Phosphate No. 2............1109 .... .....2. ...... ...IN. M. Sauls, Bowling Green, Fla.
Phosphate No. 3...........1110 ...... ...... ..I 27. 74...... ...... N. M. Sauls, Bowling Green Fla.
Phosphate No. 7..........t. 111 ...... ..... ...... 31.37 ..... ...... N. M. Sauls, Bowling Green Fla.
Phosphate, No. 10. .........1112 .....- .......... 28.48' ... N. M. Sauls, Bowling Green, Fla.
Cotton Seed Meal............ 1113 .... . . ... .. .... 7. .. 76 .. Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Phosphate No. 1. A.......... 1114 ...... .... .... 29.83 ...... ...... John L. Morgan, Tallahassee, Fla.
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BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND. BY WHOM SENT.

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Ferlilizer .................. l11 17.81 5.28 1.69 6.97 2. 86 4.591W alter Waldin, Miami, Fla.
Bat Guano ................ .111U 9).72 ............ 5.3G 17.03 2.48|Sanders Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Tobacco stems .... .1..........111 ..... 3.02 5.87L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
Cotton Seed Meal No. 2...... 1118 ..... .... .... .. 6. ..... Florida' Cotton Oil Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Fertilizer ................. 1. .......... 8.26 0.81 9.07 1.1 6.30 S. M. Hi holding, Dania. Fla.
Sheep Manure .............1120 11.52 ...... ..... 2..IS 3.00 2.15 A. D. Key. Sanford, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 1121 4.791 8.32 0.951 9.271 5.97 2.95S. C. Mayo, Reddick, Fla.
Phosphate .................. 1122 ...... ...... ...... 31.27...... ...... N. Harrell, Bristol Fla.
Phosphate ........ .......... 1 12: ...... ...... ...... 7.08 O ...... ...... M. Ransey, Bristol, Fla.
Cotton Seed Meal ( I.. & N.) .1124. ...... ...... ...... ..... 7.,0 ...... tWedel's Tolbacco Co., Quincy, Fla.
Cotton Seed Meal (1'. & M.).. 1125 ................... ... 7.2G ..... Wedel's Tobacco Co., Quincy, Fla.
Cotton Seed Meal (T) ....... 1121' ...... .. .... ........ .0....... W ed l's Tobal cco Co., Qiiincy, Fla.

Carbonate of I'olshl (79)... ..... .. . .;:. .. .. I...... 2 hroder & Arg iinl aw, QIincy, Fla.
Carbonl te of I'Polash (11 ) ... 112 ......... . ...... 1 801 l Scehroider & Agoinbl w, Quincy, Fla.
('Cir onia ofr I'o1,d (77(0') .. I .. ;0......... .. ........... ..... 5S .S g S' iroc or & A uiiiibaw, Quincy, l'Ia.
('arhiiaie of l'fashl (772; ).. I:: I ...... .................. ...... 57.701Sclroeder & Aguinbaw, Qulincy, Fla.
Fertilizer ................... 11321 11.5311 5.C21 1.87 7.149 2.07 10.88 (I II. Ilicks. (alloway, Fla.









Fertilizer .................. 11331 8.53 6.28 0.50 6.781
Cotton Seed Meal.......... 1134 ...... ......... ...
Fertilizer No. 4............. 1135 5.67 6.49 1.70 8.191
Fertilizer No. 6............. 1136 11.11 5.40 1.00 6.40!
Fertilizer .................. 1137 6.75 7.99 1.51 9.50
Fertilizer .................. 11381 10.58 6.47 1.38 7.85
Castor Pomace No. 1....... 1139....... ...... .....
Castor Pomace No. 2...... 1140 .... ...... .... .
Castor Pomace No. 3...... ... 11 ...... .................
Fertilizer No. 1............ 1142 4.23 8.04 0.22 8.2
Fertilizer No. 2........... 1143 7.34 5.47 3.84 9.31
Fertilizer No. 4.............1144 6.83 4.87 1.59 6.46
Fertilizer No. 5............. 1145 5.17 6.55 1.37 7.92
Fertilizer No. 6.............1146 8.46 6.03 1.72 7.75
Fertilizer No. 7............ 1147 6.01 4.59 1.37 5.96
Fertilizer ..................1148 6.32 5.66 1.01 6.67
Fertilizer .................. 1149 ...... 7.11 0.83 7.94
Pebble Phosphate No. 1...... 11501 ...... ..... ...... 31.83
Pebble Phosphate No. 2... .1151............ .... 34.02
Fertilizer No. 1............. 111521 4.0 6.9 1 1.44 8.39
Fertilizer No. 2.............11153 10.63 6.91 1.00 7.911
Fertilizer No. 1............. 1154 6.99 6.31 1.35 7.66
Ashes No. 2................ 1155 18.55 ...... .... ......
Fertilizer No. 3............. 1156 8.26 6.37 2.03 8.40
Cotton Seed Meal........... 1157 ...... .... ... .
Fertilizer .................. 1158 7.07 5.59 0.54 .13
Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1159 ..................
Rock Phosphate ...... ..... ......1116...... 36.57
Fertilizer ................. 11611 8.98 8.03 0.25 8.28
Fertilizer .................'11621 7.011 4.441 0.371 4. 811
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4.141 13.921Ed. V. Lindberg, Crescent City, Fla.
8.03 ...... Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
4.41 8.961A. D. Smith, Oxford, Fla.
4.44 7.851A. D. Smith, Oxford, Fla.
4.40 4.98 C. L. Eaddy, Linden, Fla.
4.59 5.55 James McKay, Boynton, Fla.
6.68 ...... W. W. Blackmer, Delray, Fla.
5.87 ...... W. W. Blackmer, Delray, Fla.
5.'63... ..W W. Blackmer, Delray, Fla.
5.18 12.16|W. Cliff, Crescent City, Fla.
7.84 10.16W. Cliff, Crescent City, Fla.
3.43 8.16 C. N. Perry, Oxford, Fla.
3.69 3.82C. N. Perry, Oxford, Fla.
4.35 8.141C. N. Perry, Oxford, Fla.
3.45 6.55 C. N. Perry, Oxford, Fla.
4.85 4.65C. M. Perry, Oxford, Fla.
4.71 5.18 A. O. Graddy, Bartow, Fla.
...... N. M. Sauls, Bowling Green, Fla.
... ... .. M. NM. Sauls, Bowling Green, Fla.
4.72 6.82E. P. Iley, Webster, Fla.
3.971 5.91E. P. Iley, Webster, Fla.
2.55 8.34 James Freedland, Boynton, Fla.
..... 3.12 James Freedland, Boynton, Fla.
4.01 9.831James Freedland, Boynton, Fla.
7.00 ...... J. L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
4.23 15.16H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
7.781...... Taylor Brokerage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
..... ...... W. S. Hanson, Fort Myers, Fla.
4.29 9.53 W. P. Cowburn, Crescent City, Fla.
3.501 5.14!Walter Waldin, Miami, Fla.
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BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME OR BRAND.


0
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Fertilizer No. 2............ 1163 5.26
Fertilizer No. 3........... 1164 5.97
K ainit ..................... 1165 ......
Dried Blood ................1166 ......
Fertilizer .................. 1167 11.82
Fertilizer .................. 1168 5.92
Cotton Seed Meal........... 116 ......
Bone and Potash................ 1170 0.74
Kainit..................... 11711 ...
Fertilizer .................. 11721 16.08
Cotlon Seed Meal........... 11173 ......
Fert ilizer .................. 11174 14.33
Cotton Seed Meal........... 1175 ......
Cotton Seed Meal........... 1176 .....
Cot ton S 'eed Meal........... 1177.....
Fertlilizer .................. .1178 6.20
Forlilizerr .................. 1171 10.43
Fertilizer No. 1............ 1180 9.64


Phosphoric Acid.


BY WHOM SENT.


8.00 0.34 8.341 4.22 9.42 A. S. Nelson, Dunedin, Fla.
9.21 0.30 9.51 4.39 11.46A. S. Nelson, Dunedin, Fla.
............ ...... ...... 12.37 R. J. Bush, W estlake, Fla.
...... ...... ..... I 15.64 .... H. W itherington, Sanford, Fla.
7.13 0.37 7.501 3.18 6.07 J. B. Evans, Live Oak, Fla.
3.08 6.42 9.501 4.49 5.011W. W. Blackman, Delray, Fla.
.... .... ... .. 7.54|...... IBarrass-Cawthorn DeFuniak, Fla.
6.71 12.87 19.5,Il 1.80 20.20[Shroeder & Arguinbow, Quincy, Fla.
...... .. .. .. ...... 12.53lJohn High, Baker's Mill, Fla.
12.10 1.17 13.27 1.00 1.57 D. T. Williams & Co., Milton, Fla.
...... .. 7.97 ...... 'A. M. Rae, Monticello, Fla.
7.881 2.15 10.03 9.4(, 1.82lOscar Vickers, Edwards, Fla.
...... .... 7.6(; ....... ohn W Ilhenid( ron, Tallahassee, Fla.
...... .. .. ...... .lohn W. lenderson, Tallalhassee, Fla.
...... .. 7.!) ...... 1. Taylor, Quiiicy Fla.
7.07 0.57 7.(;1 1.:i3 9.91 I. 'arha i, Oxford, Fla.
7.66 2.31 9.97 5.95 8.11 iorge I'. Bull, jus, Fla.
6.92 1.72 8.641 5.30 4.071,J. It. avis, larlow, Fla.









Fertilizer No. 2.............1181 10.76 6.34 0.98
Fertilizer ..................1182 7.39 7.55 0.74
Fertilizer ..................1183 .......... .....
Fertilizer .................. 1184 4.95 8.58 2.24
K ainit ..................... 1185 ...... .... .....
Pebble Phosphate .......... 1186 ...... ...... .....
Rock Phosphate .......... 1187 ...... ...... .....
Home Mixture Guano ......11188 12.00 7.47 1.21
Potash Mixture ............ 1189 17.171 10.27 0.58
Cotton Seed Meal.......... 1190 ...... ...... .....
Acid Phosphate ............ 1191 21.48 13.07 2.27
Pebble Phosphate ..........11192 .... ...........
Fertilizer ........ ... ........1119 ...... 8.09 10.69
Castor Pomace No. 1........ 1194 ...... ..... ......
Castor Pomace No. 2......... 1195 ...... ...... ......
Cotton Seed Meal............ 1196........... ......
Fertilizer ................... 1197 12.31 7.55 1.58
Fertilizer .................. 1198 ...... 5.49 3.34
Fertilizer "G". ............. 1199 11.19 7.051 0.84
Fertilizer "P" ............... 1200 11.85 8.50 1.82
Fertilizer .................. 1201 12.98 9.37 0.30
Acid Phosphate ............1202 ...... 13.70 0.38
Fertilizer .................. 1203 ...... 7.83 4.02
Bone and Potash "B"....... 1204 ..... 9.93 7.97
Fertilizer .................. 1205 ...... 7.00 0.20
Rock Phosphate ........... 1206 .................
Fertilizer No. 1............. 20 ..... 4.81 0.97
Fertilizer No. 2............ 1208 ..... 6.97 1.75
M uck Ashes ................ 1209 ...... .. .... ......
Cotton Seed Meal........... 1210 ..... ...... .....
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7.32 5.44 5.91 J. R. Davis, Bartow, Fla.
8.29 2.85 8.03W. H. Gillette, Sarasota, Fla.
2.92 2.91 0.66F. P. Pillsburry, Palma Sola, Fla.
10.821 4.06 5.241W. F. McDermitt, Oxford, Fla.
............ 12.93 Z. T. Terry, Madison, Fla.
3 34 ..... ....... J. L. Morgan, iallahassee, Fla.
37.47...... ...... B. F. Hampton, Gainesville, Fla.
8.68 2.89 3.12[Marianna Mnfg. Co., Marianna, Fla.
10.85 ...... 3.70 Marianna Mnfg. Co., Marianna, Fla.
...... 8.80 ...... Marianna Mnfg. Co., Marianna, Fla.
15.34 ............ 1 Marianna Mnfg. Co., Marianna, Fla.
30. 97 ...... ...... E. F. Moody, Bowling Green, Fla.
18.78 2.261 18.62J. Hirshbcrg, Tallahassee, Fla.
.... 6.75 ...... N. J. Parks, Stuart, Fla.
.... 7.00 ...... N. J. Parks, Stuart, Fla.
.... 7.70 ...... J. Hirshberg, Tallahassee, Fla.
9.13 2.79 3.08 J. W. Wilks, Pitts, Fla.
8.83 6.94 10.99J. F. Horr, Jacksonville, Fla.
7.89 2.98 3.03 M. Stevenson, Bonifay, Fla.
10.32 0.53 3.77 M. Stevenson, Bonifay, Fla.
9.67 4.48 8.031D. S. Borland, Buckingham, Fla.
14. 08 ............ A. L. Willson Co., Quincy, Fla.
11-85 3.43 12.03 Hal. S. Thomas, Eldred, Fla.
17.901 1.60 20.97'E. B. Shelter Co, Quincy, Fla.
7.2) 5.92 6.84M. O. Causey, Seville, Fla.
11.62 ...... ...... I. M. Brandon, Brandon, Fla.
5.78 6.05 7.87 B.E. Mims, Bonaventure, Fla.
8.72 5.36 5.18R. E. Mims, Bonaventure, Fla.
0.58 ...... 0.06J. B. Thomas, West Palm Beach, Fla.
...... 7.98 ...... J. Hirshberg, Tallahassee, Fla.
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BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND. BY WHOM SENT.

0s m C
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Phosphate No. 1......... 1... 211 .... ...... ... 7.76 ...... ...... M. Overstreet, Orlando, Fla.
Phosphate No. 3........... 1212 ..... ...... ...... 22.91 .... ... .... IM. O. Overstreet, Orlando, Fla.
Phosphate No. 6............ 1213 .................. 28.81 ......... .. M. O. Overstreet, Orlando, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 1214 ...... 6.43 0.24 6.67 0.35 7.06 A. Sims & Bro., Monticello, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 1215 8.70 7.06 0.44 7.50 3.99 13.03 Patrick Bannon, Haynes City, Fla.
Bone and Potash .......... 1216 6.79 7.82 10.66 18.48 1.101 18.801W. C. Cromartie, Tallahassee.
Fertilizer, No. 1 ........... 1217 7.061 5.77 .96 6.73 2.401 9.551Fla. Fertz. Co., (ainesville.
Fertilizer, No. 2 ............ 1218 5.44| 8.46 .991 9.45 5.201 5.02|Fla. Fertz. Co., (ainesville.
Fertilizer, No. 3 ............ 1219 7.93 7.49 1.57 9.06] 3.7,1 4.27 Fla. Fertz. Co., (lainesville.
"Nitrate Soda" (Not Ni-
trate-Kainit ............ 12201 4.24 ...... ....... ........... 12.80 .1. P. Andrews, Denaild.
Cotton Seed Meal ..........1221...... .......... ....... 8 ...... Iaussi & Co., Quin.y.
Cotton Seed Meal (No. 2).... 1222 ...... ............ ..... .:...... Ta.ssig & Co., QIlincy.
Fertilizer ................. 1223 6.92 7.02 .241 7. 2G 5.2( 7.7111). S. Borland, rltnlkiit.,lmi.
Fertilizer .................. 11224 5.08 6.92 .111 7.03 2.95 l ;.lSI)r. Charles Drie im n, Orlando.
F"'rlilizer ................. 11225 8.63 6.91 1.63 8. 54 4.9! 5.56;11. A. 1'eny, I'omotia.
cert ilizer ... .............. 1226 (; .98 7.351 .141 7.4 91 :I.. 1 1 .52 3Mrs. P. (C. (l rislham, 'I'honoosa s .
Kainrit. .................... 11227 ............ ...... ...... II 561E. M. Albrittan, ILee.








Fertilizer .................. 11228 10.22, 8.751 .28, 9. 03 4.511 10.94 H. A.Peny, Pomona.
L. G. Blood and Bone........ 1229 0.911............ 21.05 4.77.....E. Painter Fertz. Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Fertilizer .................. 1233 1 7.U02 9.51 .12i 9.G3 3.201 17.351E. R. Kindig, Haines City.
"'Polash Saltz ............ 1211 5.73 ... ............. 28.60J. E. Duboisson & Bro., Pensacola.
iBird Guano ................12321...... 13.73 1.36 15.09i 13.41 1.7SILovitt Ferguson, Tarpon Springs.
1Fertilizer ..................12331 G.961 9.01 .20 9.21 5.85 9.571J. W Boatright, Arcadia.
Fertilizer .................. 1234| 9.48 7.70 .53 8.23 5.57 8.53|W S. Prior, Lake Como.
Sulphate Potash, No. 1 Dark.11235' ..... .. ... ...... 26.3(i\W. J. Ragan, Banyan.
Sulphate Potash, No. 2 Light. 1236 ................... 26.84W. J. again, Banyan.
Tobacco Dust, No. 1........ 1237 21. 9.72 1ardee Bros., Boynton.
Cotton Seed Meal, No. 2 ...... 1238 .. .......... ..... 8.02. .... Hardee Bros., Boynton.
Ashes .................... 1239 .......... ......... ... ... 1. 38 W. B. Kennedy, Sanford.
Fertilizer .................. 112401 7.2 : ...... .... .., 2. 991 6.3 G.-48C. S. Bixby, Ft. I .erce.
Fertilizer, "X4" ........... 1241] 10.11 ..... ...... 550i 7.1)1 2.721J. J. Schobinger, Delray.
Spec. Mixt.................. 12421 8.011 ......... 4.38 5.5G 8.57 East Coast Cattle Co., Ft. Pierce.
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 11243 .... ......... .. 7.61 ......Daniel D. T. More, Eldred.
Sul. Potash ................ 1244 ... ...... 50.00 Aukeney Fertz. Co., Eldred.
Cotton Seed Meal ......... 1245 ............ ...... 7.65 ...... jAukeney Fertz. Co., Eldred.
Castor Pomace ............ 112461..... .. ..... ... .. .80. ...... Aukeney Fertz. Co., Eldred.
Spec. Mixt. .............. 112471 9.37' ...... 2. G4 8.97 3.41 F. W. Willis, Jensen.
Cotton Seed Meal ........... .1248 ............ ........... 80 ..... Baker & Holmes, Jacksonville.
Fertilizer .................. 1249 7.04. ........... 7 80 5.82 8.71C. F. Olmstcad, Ft. Pierce.
Ferilizer No. 1.. ......... 12501 7.41 ............ I 8. 00 10.15 ...... G. May, Ft. Pierce.
Fertilizer No. 2........... .1251: 9.4 ...... .....1 11. 961 7.331 4.61J. G. May, Ft. Pierce.
Bone Meal .............. ..... 1252 ...... ........... 98 4.82 .. IA. N. Hoofnagle, Ft Pierce.
Blood and Bone ............ 1253. .. .. .. .. .. 4. 5 10.08 .... A. N. Hoofnagle, Ft. Pierce.
Guano .....................12541 9.22 8.38 4.75| 13.13 9.59 1.59A. N. Hoofnagle. Ft. Pierce.
Tobacco Dus1 .............. 1255 ...... .................... 2.931 12.66 A. N. Hoofnagle, Ft. Pierce.
Blood ........... ....... .125(; ...... ..... ...... ...... 17.38 ...... A. N. Hoofnagle, Ft. Pierce.
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BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Contin uerl.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND.


~
os;
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s
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B. Cotton Seed Meal ....... 1257 ...... ...... ...... .......
Palmetto Ashes ............ 1125S ...... ........... ........
Dried Blood ....... ... ... ... 125l ). ...... .. ... .. ..
Fertilizer ... ........ 12t, ...... G.7S 3.2;6 9..1 l
F ertilizer ....... .... ...... 12( 1 5.21 7 .;01 7.: I4.
F ertilizer ....... .... 12(21 9 10 ...... ...... II. (;
Fertilize ............ 1 12.;:u1 Iu .1; 1 111. 1;7
F ertliliz/ .r .... .... .... 12 1 -. 2: ............ .
Castor Poiiiue . ... 1 '

Cottonl SHod Meal, II. & T. C.
S11: 11 .... ... I1"
K a i l i .. .. . .. 11 . .. .
Ql'rliliz ,r I i'ill n ille M ixtl ). l 21 1; l 7 ', . 7
Mood a:111d In e ... .. 1271 ...9. 251
'o l cco ) l . .. . 27 ..... ..
I l il izelr ... 1272 7 .I .. 1 7 .
W riilizerl' .. 1 7: 7. 1; .K7 7..%
S ,i plun ,t P o. lI t .. .. 127 11 ...... ... .. ... .


BY WHOM SENT.


7.4 ...... A N. -loofnagle, h. Pierce.
5.7 C. S. iMoniiol.giy. (CIocoanuit Gro\ve.
17, .2 '. Auincney Fruit Co.. EbI(Ied.
S5 Fi\l Rohin-son, Sanford.

T;. 27 .. 511M. Neimian, Ft. Pierce




1!)' W:11. 'I. Green, 'Mocclellir (:cll.,~
I:; h Ii. '. I V. oliiihtoau 'I\ Pierce.




-.77 .. lax 01 hi oo ll)'' 1.,( Iii C'ii ,1:1\


111. .i C' .1. B i rdI i, I O* i ii .







Peruvian Guano ........... !1275 ...... S.351 0.95| 9. 30 S.00 2.28V. C. Brewer, Quincy. 51
Bone Meal ............... 1276 ...... 14.18 5.121 19.30[ 4.501 ...... V. C. Brewer, Quincy.
Cotton Seed M eal .......... 1277 ...... ...... [...... .... .. 8.23 ...... V. C. Brewer, Quincy.
Nitrate of Potash .......... 1278 ...... ............ ...... 16.20 44.20 V. C. Brewer, Quincy.
White Feldspar ............ 1279 ............ ..... 8.18V. C. Brewer, Quincy.
Fertilizer .................. 1280...... 7.20 0.00 7.80 3.0 3 4.22 S. W Turner, Parrish.
Commercial Fertilizer ...... 12S1 ............ ..... ...... 1. 78 19.27 T. Puleston, Monticello.
Fertilizer .................. 1282 20.901 .88 1.77[ 9. 65 1.781 3.05.J. D. Sims, Marianna.
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For values see heading "State Values."
NOTE.-This department is not aware of the source of the goods, or the names of manufacturers of
"Special Samples" sent in by purchasers. Dealers frequently send in samples of goods for examination
before purchasing. A "Special Sample" sent in by a dealer or manufacturer hence is not an evidence that
the goods are offered by him for sale. The "Official Samples" taken by the State Chemist, or his assist-
ant, on following pages, state the name of the goods and the manufacturers, the guaranteed analysis,
and the amount of fertilizing ingredients found by the State Chemist.
Moisture not determined in sample sen t in paper or wood boxes.
Tobacco stems and tobacco dust contain some phosphoric acid, but it is bought for the potash and
ammonia content. Cotton seed meal contains some phosphoric acid and some potash, but is bought for
the ammonia content.
\\Where oniy (fl inso luble phosp.horic acid is given in the table, it has been determined as total
phosphoric acid.
Not less than eight ounces (4 pound) is required for a "Special Sample."
Special attention is called to the "Caution to Purchasers of Cotton Seed Meal" on another page.
This adulterated meal is sold as bright or prime meal-though the guarantee is but 44 per cent. of Am-
monia-it is evidently adulterated with rice hulls. its value is but little more than half that of prime meal.












DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY. 52

1. E. Rose, State Chemist- ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS. 1907--L. Heimburger, Assistant Chemist.
Samples taken by State Chemist under Section 1, Act approved May 22, 1901.


Phosphoric Arid.


NAME OR BRAND.


BY WHOM AND

WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


C)
0
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Bowker's Dissolved Bone... 8411Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 16.001
F Official Analysis 12.54 18.94!
Williams & Clarks' Fruit a
and Vine ............... S42I Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5.50|
aOfficial Analysis 7.31 6.49
Bradley's Special Fruit I
and Vine ............... 84:1',Guarant.'d Analysis 10.00 5.50
Official Analysis 8.00 7.2.11

rlladley's Orange Tree .... 8441,(arant'd Analysis 10.00 (.00)
Official Analysis 10.18 6.57[

American Standard (IGano.. 845 (larant'd Analysis 10.00 S.00|
Omclal Analysis 12.171 8.70


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1.001 .......... ...... IAmn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
0.27, 19.21 ...... ...... Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 ...... 2.25 10.00 Amn. Agrl. Chem Co.,
0.71! 7.20 2.38 10.301 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 ...... 4.25 10.,)0Anin. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
1.98i .2 4.23 9.79 Jacksonville Fla.

1.00. 50 5.00 Ain. Agr. Chem. Co.,
1 .5 8.13 3:., 5.5:1 Jacksonv:lle, Fla.

2.00 ...... 2.00 2.)0 A nl Agrl. (i hem. Co.,
2.48, 11.181 2.22 1 .,0 .Jalclksonvlle, Fla.








Williams & Clark's Florida
Vegetable ............... 846 Guarant'd Analysis 10.03 6.00 1.00 .
S Official Analysis 8.94 7.28 1.54

Bradley's Nursery Stock... 847 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.03 1.00.
Official Analysis 10.94 9.86 1.71

Bradley's Fruit and Vine.. 848|Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5.50 3.00.
lOfficial Analysis 7.41 7.02 0.33

Special Bone and Potash.. 849 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 12.00.....
Official Analysis 11.31 14.50 0.05

Bradley's Florida Vegetable. 8501Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 6.00 1.00.
iOfficial Analysis 8.95 7.17 1.58'

Armour's Vegetable ...... 851 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 7.00! 2.001.
Official Analysis ] 9.81 7.85' 1.11t

Armour's Special Mixture. 852Guarant'd Analysis 13.00 6.251 1.501.
SOfficial Analysis 6.601I .33' 1.89'
Armour's Largo Special F. I
& V. ................... 853]Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 6.001 0.501.
lOfficial Analysis 8.24] ;.161 0.67

Ideal Fruit and Vine...... 854 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 .......
Official Analysis 1 7.84 6.76 0.42

Special Mixture No. 1...... 8551Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00 1.00 .
Official Analysis 11.22 6.221 1.10|
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4.00
3.81

4.50
4.53

2.25
2.41


. .

4.00
4.02

4.00
4.03

4.251
4.921

3.001
3.24

3.00
3.33

5.00
5.02


5.00 Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
4.92 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
3.43 Jacksonville, Fla.

10.00 Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
9.56 Jacksonville, Fla.

12.001Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
11.07; Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
5.66 Jacksonville, Fla.

6.001 Armour's Fertz. Works,
6.631 Jacksonville, Fla.

7.75 Armour's Fertz. V, works,
7.72 Jacksonville, Fla.

13.O00lArmjur's Fe:.- Works,
9.521 Jacksonville, Fla."

10.00Wilson & Toomer Fert.
10.43 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

5.001Wilson & Toomer Fert.
5.31 Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
53












ANALYSTS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME OR BRAND.


Special Strawberry Fcrt... 85C Guarant'd Analysi: 12.(00
Oilicial Analysis 10.0.1

eruvian Vegetable Manure.1 857 Guarant'd Analysis 0. 10
Official Anallis 7.74

Peruvian Fruit and Vinel S581Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Manure.. .... .......... Ollicial Anail.sis 7.0(;

L, cal Ferlilizer ........... 859 (hul 'anl'd Analysis 8.001
Ollicial Alialysis 10 .1<5

:deal l tiuce Fortillzcor.... SG(;liah aia l'd Analysisl 10.00
IOIlhicial Analysis | S. 12

e!';, V lotalil 'Fortiliiz r.. S; (;l rant'd Analvy;is 00 'I
I O llfinil Anuily:. si S 2 1


Phosphoric Acid.


. 0 5 r



1 I1

G. 00........... 0
6.491 1.01 7.50 8:.77

7.001 2.00 ...... 5.00
7.20' 4.7;: 11.98:; 4.91

o.oo i .n ...... : .o00

.. o f s 1 : .1 1 :;. i
I8I I
);. 0il 1 00 .. 750
5 1 0 .. .... 1.; 00)
5.i2 IG.2 1 1 1 ; .2 2 4 1.11

. 0 0 . I.
G.11 1.02 7.11G 5. 1 s

1)00 o o ...... 1. ()(1
-. r 1. l G. 7:1 4.5, Ffl


BY 1WHOM AND

WHERE

MANUFA ICTUiRtD


;.00\Viison & Tooniln.r P'rl.
.571 Co., .acksotville, Fla.

,.011 N'ilson & Toomn.r 1'ort.
7..!) (Co., Jackoonville, Fla.

lo.OO \Nilsi & 'lToonier Fort.
.01 C1'.. Jaciksonville, Fla.





I
S.00 W i ilson & Tooni or ort.


0.00W il iion '& a loonillr |.1rlt.



S.,S,1 | Co., .hl l, ;s vilh,, Fla.








Florida Special Pineapple.. 862 Guarant'd Analysis, 6.00 4.00
Official Analysis 3.79 4.58

Favorite Early Trucker.... 863Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 6.00
Official Analysis 8.70 5.79

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 864 Guaran'td Analysis ...... ......
Official Analysis ...... ......
Favorite Non Ammoniatedl
Special ................. 865 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 10.00
Official Analysis 8.00 10.49

H. G. Acid Phosphate...... 866GGuarant'd Analysis 10.00 16.00
S Official Analysis 11.46 17.36
Favorite Bone Black and I
Potash ................. 867Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.50'
Official Analysis 7.87 8.851

Favorite Fruiter Manure... 868 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.00
Official Analysis 6.54 8.50

Favorite Blood, Bone and i Ana
Potash .................. 869 Guarant'd Analysis' 10.00 8.00
lOfficial Analysis 5.460 8.47

Simon Pure No. 1.......... 870'Guarant'd Analysis 8. JO 6.00
/Official Analysis 1 8.41 6.34

Simon Pure No. 2.......... 871 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00
Official Analysis 8.65 7.43
I I I


4.00 ...... 4.001 7.00Wilson & Toomer Fert.
3.91 8.49 3.00 8.24 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

2.00 ...... 3.00 10.00|Sanders Fert. Co., Jack-
1.14 6.93 3.071 10.08| sonville, Fla.

...... 1.75 5.001 1.50 Fla. Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
...... .... 5.12 .... sonville, Fla.

1.001 ...........1 11.00 Sanders Fert. Co., Jack-
0.14 10.63 ...... 10.82 sonville, Fla.
I I I
0.50 ............. ...|. Sanders Fert. Co., Jack-
0.17 17.53 ...... ...... sonville, Fla.

0.50 ........... 12.00 Sanders Fert. Co., Jack-
0.22. 9.07 .. 11.761 sonville, Fla.

0.50 ..... 4.00j 12.00 Sanders Fert. Co., Jack
0.27' 8.771 4.43 11.S11 sonville, Fla.

1.00 ...... 5.00 7.00Sanders Fert. Co., Jack
0.84 9.31 4.89 6.891 sonville, Fla.

1.00 ...... 4.00 11.001 0. Painter Fert. Co.,
0.211 6.551 4.78 12.74 Jacksonville, Fla.

2.00 ...... 4.00 G.00E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
2.15 9.58 5.41 6.79i Jacksonville, Fla.
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ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


I hosphlloric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND. C ..



-2 S

Genm Pineapple Manure .... 872lGuarant'd Analysis, ]).,n.
Ollicial Analysis i .4: .

(em Bean Furtilizci ..... S7;,(G irantl' Amn lysi.s III )
Oilicial Anallysis S.11

Cucnilll her Special ........ 871 (;un; r;nl 'l s i .....
Ollicial Alaly.siS 9.7:'
V. C. D)ominion Potato Ma-
Ilnrlr .................. NT. S a (iI: aI'; .\ naly:iS S. ()
)Ollicial An ly.is .1 i


pI)n al i l .................. I ; \I'll ly Si I ). I)

V. C l'la Il'' uii l (i \ow <'r;'S
'orim ul a ............... I 877i ;i rani'll 'l analysis S .


C
'0


0i 01 i
2. 0 5..15
.... 0.. .... 5.00
." n ".0 .. 5.A 5


.l 7 ii .0l
I.72 1.1 7. iOSI






I i ,
0I 1 ...... 5 ". 00
21 ;2 7. N:; .

1;. i 00 ...... (.ml O


7 l 0 0l t 0 l E 1 0 1 ,. 0 I 1


BY WHOM AND

WHERE

MANUFACTURED.


(;.10 E. 0. Painter Fert. Co.,
7.._2 Ja1cksonville, Fla.

2.00 I~. O. Painter Frt. Co.,
3.53: .Jacksonville, Fla.

0.il 2. O. Painter Firt. Co..
41.71 J.Iclksonvillh, ''la.

S illlV .'ar. (hClie Co., Sa-
S.S-;. vaIInalih, (;a.

I .ll) V (' C1in C o Si-


I 1i V C'ar. C(iemI Co., ;'a
.. I, vannailih, (Lia.









No. I Ground Tobacco Dust. 878,Guarant'd Analysis .......
Official Analysis 7.09

Gem Bean Fertilizer........ 879Guarant'd Analysis 1J.00
|Official Analysis 8.97
Williams & Clark's Fruit cial Aalysis
and Vine ................ 880 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
|Official Analysis 8.98
Williams & Clark's Vegeta-I
table .................... 81Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis 9.76]

Bradley's Fruit & Vine.... 8S2,Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis 7.17

Bradley's Fla. Vegetable... 883 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis 9.47
Williams & Clark's Nursery Analysis
Stock ................... 884Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
S Official Analysis 8.84

Mape's Orange Tree Manurel 8851Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis 11.621

Mape's Fruit and Vine.... 886'Guarant'd Analysis. 1J.00
Official Analysis 11.43

Star Brand Cotton Seed Meal 887lGuarant'd Analysis...... .
Official Analysis ......


5.00
5.78

5.501
7.09

6.00
8.04

5.50
6.561

6.001
7.12i


7.S4;

6. i)o
4.731

5.00
4.83

. .
.


2.001 ...
1.75! 7.53

3.o0 .....
0.36 7.45

1.001 ......
0.91 8.95

3.0 ......
0.76 7.321

1.00 ......
1.791 .91

1.00 ......
3.18 11.021

2.00 ......
4.76 9.491


3.40 .2


2.00 2.001E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
1.59 1.841 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 3.001E. O. Painter Fert. Co..
4.911 4.13, Jacksonville, Fla.

2.25 10.30 Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.
2.421 9.64 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 5.00Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
4.09 5.53 Jacksonville, Fla.

2.25 10.00Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co..
2.42 9.73 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 5.00 Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
4.34 5.39 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.501 3.001Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
4.37 3.821 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 3.00 Mape's Formula, and P.
4.081 3.65 G. Co., New York.

2.00 10.00Mapp's F. & P. G. Co.,
2.75 9.81 New York.

7.56|...... J. Lindsay Wells Co.,
6.671......I Memphis, Tenn.










ANALYSIS OF


NAME OR BRAND.





Cotton Seed Meal ........


Dark Cotton Seed Meal....


Cotton Seed Meal ........


Cotton Seed Meal...........

Gouldinf's 4 peI' cent Pot-
ash Acid ..............


Coulding's Iono Compound.


>,
o




888 Unarano ( Analysis


SMI' (14) nt [14 Analysis,
Ollicial Analysis

I 89SGSuarant'd Analysis
S Ol'icial Analysis


891 Cuarant'd Analysis
IOllicial Analysis

892 iGuaranl 'd AnalNysis

Ollicial Analysis
| 89: (imrant'd Analysis
Ollicial Analysis


FERTILIZERS-Continued. 58


Phosphoric Acid.

BY WHOM AND
Sd ce I WHERE

MANUFACTURED.




S 7.(;5 ...... ...... 2.40[ 7.0U 1.76 an. C. O. Co., Macon,
S ...... ...... ...... 7 .55 ...... G a.

..... .. .. ...... 1.751 5.001 1.50iFla. C. O. Co., Jackson-
.. .... ...... .. .. 5. ...... ville, F la.

7.5 2.25 7.50 1. ,,lathlrop C. 0. Co., Hawl-
7.5:1 ...... ...... .. 8. 0. ..... insville, Ga.
i ... I I -
7.G5 ..... ..... 2.401 7.0( 1.7l; ( a. C. O. ('o.. Ma on,
8.52 ........... ...... ..... 7.21 ...... (a.

1 ;.0 ) 1. 00 .... .... .. ... .Ii ll. Co.,
12 .,S i ,. :; 1.27 10.20 ...... :: 1 I'ens' l;., la.


I !
i 1 ()( )1100| 1.()()1 ...... 1. 0 12.i dll(; ll in 's P rt. Co ..
9 27 1..2 1| : ; 5 : ". 1 2 .0(11| li'lls l'oll, l la.









Goulding's Bone Compound.l 8941Guarant'd Analysis 16.00i 8.00 1.00 ...... 2.001 2.001Goulding's Fert. Co.,
Official Analysis 12.391 9.041 2.401 11.44 2.231 1.741 Pensacola, Fla.

Acid Phosphate, 16 per cent. 895 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 16.00...... ...... ...... ......Goulding's Fert. Co.,
iOfficial Analysis 15.71 14.94 2.37 17.311............. Pensacola, Fla.
Goulding's Standard Meal
Mixture .......... ... 89 Guarant'd Analysis 16.00 8.00 1.00 ...... 2.001 2.00 Goulding's Fert. Co.,
Official Analysis 12.75 9.16 1.64 10.80 1.71 2.061 Pensacola, Fla.

Acid Phosphate, 14 per cent. 897 Guarant'd Analysis 16.001 14.00 1.00 ...... ..... ...... Goulding's Fert. Co.,
Official Analysis 14.641 14.28 1.81 16.09 ........ Pensacola, Fla.

Cotton Seed Meal........ 898 Guarant'd Analysis ..... .................. 7.50 ......|Marianna Manufg. Co.
Official Analysis ...... ...... 8.54 ...... Marianna, Fla.

Kainit ................... 899 Guarant'd Analysis ..... ..... ...... ....... ..... 12.00 Mariana Manufg. Co.,
Official Analysis ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 13.11 Marianna, Fla.
H. G. Acid Phosphate, 4 per I I
cent. Potash ............ 900 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 9.00 2.00 ...... ...... 4.00 Marianna Manufg. Co.,
Official Analysis 13.39 7.83 1.59 9.42 ..... 5.22 Marianna, Fla.
Acid Phosphate .......... 901Guarant'd Analysis ...... 14.00 ...... ...... ...... ...... Marianna Manufg. Co.,
Official Analysis... 17.66 13.68 2.12! 15.801..... ....... Marianna, Fla.

Home Mixture Guano ....| 902|Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.00 2.00 ...... 2.00 2.00Marianna Manufg. Co,,
I Official Analysis... 12.49 8.47 1.63 10.10 1.951 2.81 Marianna, Fla.

Cowetta Dissolved Bone and
Potash .................. 903 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.00 2.001....... ..... 2.00'Cowetta Feft. Co., New-
Official Analysis... 14.79 10.861 2.271 13.13 ...... 1.18I nan, Ga.
59








ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND. a

CI o
^ Sz .


Cowetta Cotton Seed Meal
Fertilizer ............... 904'Gnarant'd Analysis 10.001 8.00 2.00i ......
Official Analysis...I 11.901 .93 1.01 9.91'

Pope Brown's Special For- 1 1 9.00 2.001 ......
mula ................... 905|Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 12.4 8.62 1.811 10.43,

Armour's King Cotton .... 96Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.00] 1.00[ ......
Official Analysis...! 8.11 6.87 1.2.l1 S.11l

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 907 0uarant'd Analysis ...... ..... ....... 2.001
| Official Analysis ... .......... ...... .
Prime Cotton Seed Meal.... I 90SIGuarant'd Analysis S.00 ...... ...... I 2.10
Official Analysis... ...... ...... .. ..... .
I ) I I


BY WHOM AND
WHERE
S, MANUFACTURED.





2.00' 2.00|Cowetta Foft. Co., New-
1.65 1.69i nan, Ga.

2.001 3 00'Cowetta Fert. Co., New-

2.121 3.29 nan, Ga.

2.001 2.00iArmour Fert. Works,
2.00 1.I!., 3acksonvillo, Fla.

5.001 1.50VFla. C. O. Co., Jackson-
4.601 ...... ville, Fla.

7.501 2.00 Ala. C. O. Co., Monigoin-
7..1' S ...... ery, A la.









Campbell's Perfect Satisfac- I I I I 61
tion .................... 9091Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 9.001 1.001...... 1.00 3.00 A. D. Campbell, Chipley,
Official Analysis... 14.90 8.61 1.391 10.00 1.361 2.31 Fla.
Honest Fertilizer ........ 910 Guarant'd Analysi 10.00 8.001 2.0 ......| 2.00' 2.001Campbell & Butler, Chip-
S Official Analysis... 13.43 7.381 1.50 8.88 1.991 2.95 ley, Fla.
Ga. State Grange Fertilizer 911Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 8.00| 2.00 ...... 2.00 2.00Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Mont-
IOfficial Analysis... 12.34 8.25 3.25 11.50 2.091 1.84 gomery, Ala.
Mobile English Acid Phos-I I I
phate ................... 912;Guarant'd Analysis] 12.001 14.001 2.00 ..... ...... ..... |Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Mont-
Official Analysis...I 16.28 13.48 2.58] 16.06 .. ... ......I gomery, Ala.
Alabama Fertilizer ........ 913 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 8.50 2.00 ...... 2.18! 1.501Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Mont-
Official Analysis... 13.19 9.14 1.94 11.08 1.841 1.421 gomery, Ala.
I I I I
Edisto Ex. H. G. Acid Phos.| 914!Guarant'd Analysis! 12.00[ 16.001 2.00 ..................' Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Mont-
Official Analysis... 13.901 14.96 3.54 l1.50 ...... ......gomery, Ala.

Scott's Champion Compound 915 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.00 2.00 ...... 1.001 3.00 Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Mont-
S Official Analysis... 12.08 7.69 1.491 9.18! 1.211 2.851 gomery, Ala.
Alkaline, Acid Phosphate.! I I I i
4 per cent Potash........ 916 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 8.00 2.00............ 4.00a.-Car. Chem. Co., Mont-
Official Analysis... 10.68 8.931 0.90 9.83 .....I 3.99 gomery, Ala.
I I I
Cotton Seed Meal .......... I 917|Guarant'd Analysis'. ..... ........ .....I. 2.501 6.001 1.501So. Cotton Oil Co., Pen
I Official Analysis...... .......... ........ 6.55 ...... sacola, Fla.
I I I ........ I I
Kainit ................... I 91SGuaranttd Analysisl 10.00 ........ ...... ..... .12.00 The Adams Co., Jasper,
Official Analysis. ..... ...... .. ....... 14.31| Fla.










ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosrnori( Acid.


NAME OR BRAND. >


i, < .


Sea Island Standard ...... 919 Guarant'd Analysi 10.0) S.00 1.001......
Official Analysis... 11.12 8.11 0.47 8.5>S

Kainit .................... 9201Guarant'd Analysis ...... ..... .. .. .... .
Omicial Analysis... ...... ........... .... .

Standard Early Trucker.... 921 Guarant'd Analysis 7. 0() 5. OU 2.00 .......
Official Analysis... 0. 5.. ;[ S.9:;1 S.57

Standard Fruit and Vine.. 922,Giarant'd Analysis 5.00| 7.00 1.00 S.001
I Official Analysis .. 5.8 S 7.)71 0.01 S.; I

Slaindar(1d isli and PoI'lsh !2:,(, rai'd Analys4is 1 00 :; 00 1 o 00
Ollicial Analysis ... ] 5. 5; : 1 :2

S nlan rd \' lgelta l No. l 92 (;;!ranl''d An lysil S .OO l 0 2.01)' 0. 150
|OIlicial A naly.si, .. 5.! I .' 2. 1 7 .1:
I 1 1 I I


a:
a
0


BY WHOM AND

WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


2.00' 2.0013lackshear Manufg. Co.,
2.27i 2.19 Blaclkshcar, Ga.

..... 12.00 Standard itertilizer Co.,
I. 1:1.71 Gainesville, Fla.

5.0i 5.00 |Standard Fertllizer Co.,
1.9! 5.01 Gainesville, Fla.

::.001 12. i) Sltandard I'erilizer Co.,
2.; 1:1.(;7| Gainesville, Fla.

I. i 0.II ) 00 Slaindalrd Ferlilizer Co.,
5.N:;' 7.2:; (Gainesvilhl, Fla.

I. 0 l; SI it:lidard l 'O'r ilizer Co.,
.1. o ; 6.71 (h inesvilhle, ,I










Standard Orange Fruiter.. 9251Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
IOfficial Analysis. .. 7.28
No. 1 Peruvian and Fish |
Guano Mixture, Double
Strength Potash ........ 926Guarant'd Analysis! 12.00
IOfficial Analysis... 6.321

Our Golden Fruiter ........ 927 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis ... 4.06C

No. 1 Peruvian and Fish I
Guano Mixture .......... 928Guarant'd Analysisl 12.00j
S Official Analysis ... 6.76

No. 2 Orange Tree Mixturel 929 Guarant'd Analysis 12.101
Official Analysis... 8.341

Potato Mixture ............. .930Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
/ Official Analysis...[ 7.59

Bean and Pea Special.... 931,Guarant'd Analysis 12.001
[Official Analysi-...I 8.951
No. 3 Blood, Bone and Pot- i
ash ..................... 932]Guarant'd Analysisi 12.00O
IOfficial Analysis... 7.25

Lettue and Cuke Special..l 933 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00|
S Official Analysis...' 7.03
I I I I


5.001
6.78!


5.001
7.241

6.001
7.96'



I
5.00!
7.01|

6.00!
6.471

5.00
5.49

6.00!
7.1 1

5.00!
5.83s

5.00
6.26
1


2.00! 7.00
2.47! 9.25


1.00 .....
1.171 8.411

1.00 ......



1.00 ...... .
1.411 8.421

2.00 ......
0.761 7.231

1. 00 . .
0.97! 6.46!

1.001 .... .
0.341 7.531

2.00 ... .
0.77! 6.60!

1.00 ...... .
0.70' 6.961
1 I


S I 63
3.00 10.001Standard Fertilizer Co.,
3.301 8.741 Gainesville, Fla.


4.00 10.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
4.11 10.161 Gainesville Fla.

3.00 13.00uFlorida Fertilizer Co.,
3.581 12.931 Gainesville, Fla.


4.001 5.001Florida Fertilizer Co.,
3.221 6.551 Gainesville Fla.

3.00 5.00Florida Fertilizer Co.,
3.761 5.271 Gainesville, Fla.

3.00 9.001Florida Fertilizer Co.,
3.15 9.561 Gainesville, Fla.

2.508.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
2.74 9.24! Gainesville, Fla.

4.00 4.00Florida Fertilizer Co.,
4.68 3.511 Gainesville, Fla.

6.50 4.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
6.60 4.011 Gainesville Fla.
I I











ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND.


I I
Cantaloupe Special ........ 934 Guarant'd Ana]ysis 12.001
i Oiicial Analysis... 6.58
No. 2 )ouble Strength of i
Potash .................. 935 Guarant'd Analysis 12.001
Official Analysis... 0.541

Cotlon Special ............ 9:'l0 ; I:aratnt/'d Analysis 12.00'
Oliicial Analysis... 7.02


II I
(loo d an] l n. : ......... 9.! t (;:nr;nl'd Analysis ......
O(icial Analysis... ......

Ciil on Srrd .\l )I .......... 9:;S ( iaronii I'd \ i ly.V is! 7. W .
0Ollii0 i A 7l;lsis. ......

'I'il) T 'op "l' ;lo Tl'rll(li r'. 1. I ): ;Ir;i: 'd A,\i:llysis S.(00
O()llic ial Anal.sis .. 1 7. ;7
I i I i


BY WHOM AND

WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


I i I
5.00[ 2.00 ...... 3.00 G.00l Florida Fertilizer Co.,
5.78S 0.GS 6.432 3.19; 7.::1 Gainesville, Fla.

5.00 1.001...... 1.50 10.)0 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
6.40 0.81 7.211 2.45 11.281 Gainesville, Fla.

G.00 1.00 .... 2.00 2.00' lorida Fertilizer Co.,
7.13 0.421 7.551 2.7(;6 2.9 Gainesvili. Fla.

5.001 00 ...... 11.00 ...... S antdard I'rlilizer Co.,
1.99) :.6;7' 8.(; 11.3 ..... (aine( svilIc, Fla.

..... ..... 2. 7.0 0 1.7;'( .or ia ('. O. Co., M a-
..... ...... ..... 8.17 ...... ll, Ga.

7.00 1.00I I ...... .I 1.( l .,li V': Car. Clir, Co., Sa-
7. .I 0 0 S 1 1 1. S (;. \;in]m h, (;a.








TSeminole Tree Grower..... 940 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001 6.00!
tW Official Analysis... 10.95 6.41

Favorite Tomato Special... 941Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 7.00
S Official Analysis... 7.30 7.15
Southern States Special Veg-]
etable .................. 942 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00
Official Analysis... 4.54 8.57

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 943 Guarant'd Analysis ...... ......
Official Analysis... ...........

Cotton Seed Meal (dark).. 944rGuarant'd Analysis..... ......
|Official Analysis... ............
Cowetta Standard, Bone and I
Potash ................. 945 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.00
e B S Official Analysis...! 16.07 11.88
Pope Brown's Special For-
ula ..................... 946]Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 9.00]
SOfficial Analysis... 13.13 9.00
Cowetta Cotton Seed ideal, I
Fertilizer ............... 947]Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 8.00
SOfficial Analysis... 13.21) 7.62
Suwannee Ammoniated Bone 'I
Guano ............. 948'Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.0U0
Chase. Ellis' Cumberland Fe Official Analysis... 9.06 8.08
Chas. Ellis' Cumberland Fer-
tilizer ................... 949 Guarant'd Analysis 14.00 8.00
Official Analysis... 8.95 7.53
. I i I


0.67 7.08

2.00 ......
1.49 8.64

1.00 ......
1.64 10.21]

...... 2.50


...... 1.751
...... .* I* *

2.00 ......
0.721 12.60

2.00 ...
3.401 12.40]
I I
2.001 ......
2.08 9.901

1.00 ......
1.321 9.40

1.00 ......
1.27] 8.80]
I I


4.00] 8.00]Wilson & Toomer Fert.
4.491 8.41; Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 9.00Sanders Fert. Co., Jack-
4.491 8.82 sonville, Fla.

4.00 5.0JVa.-Car. Chem. Co., Sa-
4.72 5.10 vannah, Ga.

7.501 1.50 Florida C. O. Co., Jack-
7.97 ...... sonville, Fla.

5.001 1.53JFlorida C. O. Co., Jack-
5.36 ...... sonville, Fla.

...... 2.00 Cowetta Fert. Co., New-
..... 1.46' nan, Ga.

2.001 3.00 Cowetta Fert. Co., New-
2.41' 2.74 nan, Ga.

2.00| 2.00Cowetta Fert. Co., New-
2.24 1.931 nan. Ga.

2.00; 2.00 Mutual Fertilizer Co.,
2.09] 1.841 Savannah, Ga.

2.00 2.00 Mutual Fertilizer Co.,
1.931 1.811 Savannah, Ga.
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ANALYSIS OF FRERTILIZERS-Continued. 66

Phosphoric Acid.
S BY WHOM AND

NAME OR BRAND. I C d WHERE
SI MANUFACTURED.
i- c .
I I o I 0 s


Acid Phosphate ........... 95U0Guarant'd Analysisl 14.001 14.00 1.00 .......... ....... Mutual Fertilizer Co.,
SOfficial Analysis...| 9.28 13.551 0.55i 14.10 ........... I Savannah, Ga.
Cumberland Bone Super-
phosphate .............. 9511Guarantd Analysis' 15.00 9.001 1.00...... 2.00 1.0 lumberland Bone Phos.
Official Analysis... 11.20 9.78 2.11 11.89 2.7 1.801 Co., Portland, Me.
Bradley Palmetto Acid Phos- i
phate .................. 9521Guaranl'd Analysisi 15.001 12.00 1.00..... ...... ...... Bradley Fert. Co., Bos-
Official Analysis... 10.801 13.09 0.98 14.97 ...... ...... ton, Mass.

Special Mixture .......... 953Guarant'd Analysis 10. 7.0 10.50..... 2.75 20.00Armou's Fert. Woks,
Official Analysis5... 3S.4G 5. .(;' 15.33 2.27; 17.68 Jacksonville, Fla.

Genuine Peruvian Guano.. 954 Guariil'd Analysis 10.50i 7.( 10 .S ....... 8.701 l.9!)0Co'-Mortinier Co., New
Official Analysis...I 15.11 8.20] 2.78 10.98 9.70 2.15 York.

Cotton ed Meal.......... I 9551Guarant'd Analysis ...... .. ...... 7.50 ..... lainbridge C. 0. Co.,
I icial A alysis.. .. ...... 7.77 nbrd e, Ga.







Cotton Seed Meal........... 956,Guarant'd Analysis ...


Cotton Seed Meal ........ 957 Guarant'd Analysis ..
Official Analysis.. ...

Cotton Seed Meal.......... 958 Guarant'd Analysis ...
Official Analysis......

Cotton Seed Meal.......... 959 Guarant'd Analysis...
Official Analysis... ...

Simon Pure Garden........ 960 Guarant'd Analysis 8.
Official Analysis.. 7.

Gem Fruit and Vine....... 961 Guarant'd Analysis 8.
Official Analysis... 6.

H. G. Acid Phosphate...... 962 Guarant'd Analysis ....
Official Analysis... 12.


Official Analysis.......

H. G. Blood and Bone.... 964 Guarant'd Analysis 8.
Official Analysis...] 5.

Simon Pure No. 1........ 965 Guarant'd Analysis 8.
Official Analysis... 8.


...... 2.501





... ... 2 .


...... 2.50


3.00 ......
2.04, 8.181

1.00 ......
1.05 7.65


.60 17.63 .

..... 2.25
. . .

..... 7.001
..... 7.53j

1.00.. ..
.35 7.77


7.501 1.501So. C. O. Co., Fort Gains,
8.02 ...... Ga.

7.50 ...... Georgia C. O. Co., Al-
7.73 ...... bany, Ga.

7.501 1.00 So. C. O. Co., Fort
7.74 ...... Gains, Ga.

7.501 1.50 Cuthbert C. O. Co., Cuth-
7.771 ...... bert, Ga.

5.00) 6.501E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
6.951 6.111 Jacksonville.

3.001 10.001E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
3.31 11.461 Jacksonville.

........... E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
..... ...... Jacksonville.

8.00 1.00E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
8.43 ...... Jacksonville.

10.00 .....E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
11.09 ...... Jacksonville.

4.00 11.00E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
4.06 12.70 Jacksonville.
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ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME OR BRAND.


0
.00
CIIZ
1.4


Simon Pure, Pineapple Fruit I I
No. 2 .. !)i.l;. (;(hiarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Armour's Original No. 1.... !H7 (iuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Armour's Largo Spec. Fr.. ;)S (iuarant'd Analysis
O)llicial Analysis...

Armour's Fruit, and Vine... !tll'(i arant'd Analysis
I Official Analysis.. .

Armoiu's Vegetalle ... 1I 970 '( larnl l Analysis

Armour's Illood, nlile anld I( Olicial Analysis..
1ind Poilal ih ............ )7 l il 1arai il'dil Aialysis.
|0111vlil Analysis .


Phosrhoric Acid.





I



S.00 ........... 7.00
1.72' ...... 8.5.

1 0.UO 5.00 ..... ...... ..
6.(;2 6.60 2.851 9.,15

10.) 6.00 5.0( ......
-ii







7.55' .7T; .-5 7.21


I I
71. o 1( .)I
110.l) 7.00 2. 00. ...... .

S.! 7.;s .921 S.6;o

1 ( 0 I .1)I 0 .. ..
1 .00 ,S.2X I 1 0 1.O
.S OO S .2 | l.,S!l[ I lo 1;i


BY WHOM AND

0 WHERE
MANUFACTURED.
0 0



5.00 5.00 E. O. Painter Fert. Co.,
. 6(;. ;.51 Jacksonville.

5. 5. .00 Armour Fort. Works,
4 .S 5.:271 .acksonville.

.00 1).00 Arinour lerl Works,
:I.11| 10.221 Jlacksonville.
I i
2.50 11.00 Arinour I rl Works.
2.S 9 10. 201 .l20 a ,sniville
I I
S.Oil l;. l ArI ( r Iu 'rl. W orks,
:1.. 1 (;. 2 J1a 1 k monvill

5.0o 7.00 ArnoI ir l1''I t W\orlks
4 .!!l (.99 !( ; .jlJli \'k( jv iljl








Orange Fruiter ........... 972 Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

Armour's Potash Compound 9731Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Mapes' Fruit and Vine Ma- cial Analysis..
nure ..... ......... .9741Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Mapes' Orange Grove Ma-
nure ...... ............ 975 Guarant'd Analysis
SOfficial Analysis...

Am. Dis. Bone............I 976Guarant'd Analysisl


Special Mixture ..........


Cotton Seed Meal ........

No. 1 Pure Guano Mixture,
Double Strength Potash..


No. 2 Orange Tree Mixture..


Fish and Potash ..........


Official Analysis.. .

977 Guarant'd Analysis|
Official Analysis...

978 Guarant'd Analysis
IOfficial Analysis.. .

979 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

980 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

981 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


10.00
7.83

10.001
11.91

10.001
10.16

10.00
11.48

10.0d0
6.651

10.00
4.48




12.00
6.68

12.00
8.25

12.00
6.11


8.00
9.53

10.00
9.76

5.00
5.28

6.00
6.14[

14.00
15.89

7.00
6.54




5.00
6.26

6.00
7.16

2.50
2.821


5.00 ......I 4.00] 12.00[Armour Fert. Works,
.20 9.73 4.33 11.38 Jacksonville.

1.00 ...... ...... 11.00Armour Fert. Works,
1.04 10.801...... 10.82 Jacksonville.

2.00 ...... 2.00 10.00IMapes' Fert. and Pure
2.77 8.05 2.75 11.321 Guano Co., New York.

2.00 ...... 4.00: 3.00 Mapes' Fert. and Pure
4.16 10.30 4.211 3.55 Guano Co., New York.

1.00 ...... ...... ........ Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
.24 16.13 ...... ...... Jacksonville.

10.50 ...... 2.75 20.00 Armour Fert. Works,
7.71 14.25 2.45 18.32 Jacksonville.

2. 0 7.00 1.00 Quitman Oil Co., Quit-
.. .. .. 7.36 ...... man, Ga.

1.00 ...... 4.00 10.00 Florida Fert. Co., Gaines-
.67 6.93 3.59 10.19 ville.

2.00 ...... 3.00 5.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
1.09 8.25 4.11 4.85 Gainesville.

2.50 ...... 6.53 5.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
1.41 4.231 6.28 6.811 Gainesville.
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ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND.






Lettuce and Cuke Special.. 982 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 8.13
No. 1 Pure Fish and Guano I
Mixture ................ .. 983 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis. .. 6.82

Standard Cuke Special.... 984 Guarant'd Analysis 9.00
Official Analysis... 5.16

Standard Ve 'etable No. 1 985 Giurant'd Analysis 8.00O
Ofivial Analysis.. .221

Slandard IPolato Special.. 9 u8 (;isharilst'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis.. .8

Sltlildarld ('antaloupi ..... 987 (sllian. 'dl Analysis! S i 0.0
O(llicial Analysis.. .l 8.271


CI



5.00


').00
5.80

5.001
s,.o

5.80

i (ti
5.12'l
4. .5))




7.0
S. 2,11


.0
aE

- 0


0

~a

0 .0
C1


BY WHOM AND

WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


1.00 ..... 6.50, 4.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
.821 7.481 6.15[ 4.631 Gainesville.

1.00 ...... 4.00 5.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
.87 6.67 3.96 5.41 Gainesville.

2.00 7.00 5.00 8.00 Standard Fertlize Co.,
2.89 8.011 4.97 S.90 Gainesville.

2.00 r. 501 4.50 6.070Sl Stiniard Forti:iz.r Co.,
1 .,5 7.80 4.20 (. Gainesville.

2.00 6.50 3.50 8.00 standard Forltilizer Co.,
1 .59 8.18 l .551 7.81 Glainesvill.

2. 00 9.011 7. 00| 5 0.10|fsilldil; 'rl tlilzer Co.,
1.:38| ).;71 6.5' 6(.051 (ls imn svillh.










Stanard Lettuce Special... 988 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 5.00 2.00
Official Analysis... 7.161 5.70 1.41
Armour's Largo Spec. Fruit
and Vine .............. 989 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 6.00 .50
Armour's Original No. 1 Official Analysis... 5.59 6.411 1.15
Armour's Original No. 1 I I
Mixture ................ 990Guarant'd Analysis, 10.00 5.00 ......
Official Analysis... 7.02 5.14 1.24

Gem Bran Fertz.......... 991Guarant'd Analysis. 10.00 5.00 2.00
SOfficial Analysis...- 5.791 6.08 1.61
Williams & Clark Fla. Vege-i I
table ................... 992 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 6.00 1.00
Official Analysis... 7.051 7.27 1.45

Special Mixture ......... 993 Guarant'd Analysisl 1.00 1.00 1.00
Official Analysis.. 7.26 ...... ......
Mapes' Fruit and Vine Ma- O l A s.. ...
nure .................. 994 Guarant'd Analysis, 10.00 5.00 2.00
Official Analysis... 11.55 6.04 2.65

Mapes' Vegetable Manure.. 995 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 6.00 2.00
S Official Analysis.. 11.91 5.531 3 69

Mapes' Orange Tree Manure. 996 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 6.00 2.00
Official Analysis... 15.47 6.121 3.97

Special Mixture .......... 997Guarant'd Analysis.7 ...... ......
I Official Analysis... 9.27 ...........


7.00
7.11


7.56


6.38


7.60I

. I
8.72


S4.54

S.. .
8.69


9.221


10.09[

1.501
2.50


6.00
5.831

3.00
3.09

5.00
4.60|

5.00)
5.111

4.00o
3.99

5.00
5.251

2.00


5.30


4.00
3.69

6.00
6.571


6.00 Standard Fertilizer Co.,
6.55 Gainesville.

10.00 Armour Fertilizer Works,
9.50 Jacksonville.

5.00 Armour Fertilizer Works,
5.39 Jacksonville.

3.00 E. O. Painter Fertlizer
3.881 Comp'y, Jacksonville.

5.00Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.'s
4.901 Works, Jacksonville.

8.00 East Coast Cattle Co., Ft.
8.03 Pierce.

10.00 Mapes' Fert. & Pure Gu-
11.71 anoCo.,NewYork, N.Y.

4.00 Mapes' Fert. & Pure Gu-
5.59 ano Co.,New York, N. Y.

3.0 JMapes' Fert. & Pure Gu-
3.211 ano Co.,New York, N. Y.

3.00 Amn. Agrl. Chem. Co.,
3.32 Jacksonville.
71










ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued. 72


Phosphoric Acid.
SBY WHOM AND
NAME OR BRAND. a WHERE

"0 i o MANUFACTURED.
0 2 i- cc
i. 3 -- / r -

Gem Sweet Potato......... 998 Guarani'd Analysis .. 4.00 4.00, G.50E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis... 7.211 4.81] .23 5.04 4.59 6.67 Jacbksonville.
Simon Pure No. 2........ 9991Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00 2.00 ...... 4.00 6.00 1. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.
Official Analysis... 7.39 8.07 3.10 11.17, 5.10 6.14| Jacksonville.
Simon Pure Spec. No 1. 1000 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6. 00 1.00 ...... 2.00 16.00i 0. Painter Fert. Co.,
Official Analysis.. 9.33 6.95 .3 7.30 2.81 14.9t, Jacksonville.
Gem Vgelab;le ............ 1001 (iarantf' Analysis 5.00 5.00 3.00 ......4.00 6.00 E. 0. Painter Fert. Co.,
Official Analysis... 8.13 12.73 .79 13.52 5.47 1. 0 Jacksonville.
Nitrali Sola ............. 100112 tGi raniit' Analysis ... .. .. ...... ...... 16.00...... ainll r F rt. Co.
Oflicial A nalysis.. .... .. ...... 18.62 ...... aclsonville.
No. 1, ( iro I I lu l a' l )a sf |100:;| (II riit A inlysis ...... ..... ...... ...... 2.00..( 2.010 '. (). I'. ill:it r lcrt. Co.,
I Ollicial Analysis... ..... ... .. ... ....... 1.3 G 1.11 Jack.sonville.








V. C. Champion Citrus Corn-
pound .................. 1004 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 5.56

V. C. Fruit and Vine...... 1005[Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
,Official Analysis... 6.68

V. C. Old Dominion ...... 1006 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
Official Analysis... 6.18

V. C. Tip Top Tomato .... 1007|Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 4.87

XX Acid Phos. and Potash. 1008;Guarant'd Analysis .....
Official Analysis... 4.97

Sulphate Potash .......... 1309 Guarant'd Analysis 2.50
S Official Analysis... 0.95

Cotton Seed Meal.......... 1010lGuarant'd Analysis......
Official Analysis... ......

Cotton Seed Meal.......... 1011 Guarant'd Analysis.....
umcial Analysis...i.......
Official Analysis... ......
Cotton Seed Meal......... 1012Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis .. ......
Cotton Seed Meal.......... 1013|Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... ......
I I


6.0 l 1.00 ......
7.48 .37 7.85

6.00 1.00 ... .
7.89 .811 8.701

7.00 1.00 ......
7.94 .30 8.24

7.00 1.00 ......
8.17 .80 8.97

10.00 ...... .....
8.16 1.07 9.231


...... ...... 50
. . . .. . .

... ..... 2 .50





...... ...... 2.50.

...... .. ... 2. 50
...... .. 2.50


3.00 14.00 Va.-Carolina Chem. Co.,
3.58 13.62 Savannah, Ga.

2.50 10.00 Va.-Carolina Chem. Co.,
3.91 9.19 Savannah, Ga.

5.00 8.00 Va.-Carolina Chem. Co.,
5.48 8.66 Savannah, Ga.

4.00 5.00 Va.-Carolina Chem. Co.,
4.53 6.01 Savannah, Ga.

...... 4.00 Va.-Carolina Chem. Co.,
3.37 6.73 Savannah, Ga.

...... 48.00 Va.-Carolina Chem. Co.,
...... 49.56 Savannah, Ga.

7.50...... McCaw Mfg. Co., Macon,
8.03 ...... Ga.

7.50 1.50 Piedmont Oil and Refin-
7.951 ..... ing Co., Farmsdale, Ala.

7.50 1.'0 Fla. Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
8.13 ...... sonville,
7.00 1.50 Fla. Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
4.90 ...... sonville.
1 73










ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME OR BRAND


1 6 0



Cumberland Bone Sulph. I | |
Phosphate of Lime ...... 1014 Guarant'd Analysis! 15.00 9.00 1.00 ......
Official Analysis... 11.241 9.39 2.31 11.70

Cotton Seed Meal........ 11015 Guartint'd Analysis .......... ...... .... .
I Official Analysis.. ........ .. .. .. .. .
Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1016 Guarant'd Analysis .......... ...... 2.50
Official Analysis... .. .. ...... .....


:CS

o .
0l-
...t 5.


BY WHOM AND
WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


2.009 1.00,Cumberland Bone Phos.
2.45 1.41 Co., Portland, Me.

2.5J1 7.50|Fla. Cotton Oil Co., Tal-
7.451...... lahassee.

7.50 1.5o Piedmont Oil and Refin-
8.27 ...... ing Co., Farmsdale, Ala.











R. E. ROSE, State Chemist-BUREAU OF FEED STUFFS-B.H.BRIDGES, A. M. HENRY, Assistant Chemists.
Analysis of Special Samples under S ec. 9, Act approved May 24, 1905.
(Samples taken by purchaser.)


NAME OR BRAND. 4


Bran ............................ 39 17.701 9.48 53.451
Cocoa Nut Meal ................; 40 13.341 20.56' 38.281
Cocoa Nut Meal ................ 41 12.63 20.97 41.19
Excelsior Corn and Oat Feed. ... 42 11.96 7.25 61.75
Corn and Oat Feed ............ 43 4.52 9.26 67.58|
Our Own ...................... 44 6.03 9.481 65.20
Peerless Feed-Wheat Bran.... 451 8.231 16.501 53.59
Peerless Feed-Wheat Bran ...... 46] 7.821 15.83 54.23
Pure Winter Wheat Middlings.... 47 6.06 19.31 55.271
Shorts ......................... 48 6.91 17.95 53.77
Bright Cotton Seed Meal....... .. 49 9.51 39.711 27. 53
P an ........................... 50 17.19 14.56 51.441
C. G. & Co., Ground Feed........ 51 3.7S 10.27 69.051
Kempler's Sci. Cattle Food ...... 521 12.661 12.951 53.261
Natal Grass Hay .............. 53 36.751 7.45 39.231
Japanese Kudzoo Vine Hay...... 54 40.091 16.591 32.811


BY WHOM SENT.


2.051
9.65
9.70
4.521
2.711
3.391
4.63
4.641
3.441
4.931
9. (o]
2.57
2.18
2.23
1.80
1.681


4.60|John High, Baker's Mill, Fla.
5.751W. A. Bours, Jacksonville, Fla.
5.361W. A. Bours, Jacksonville, Fla.
3.581R. H. Mickler, Tallahassee, Fla.
1.93IBaker & Holmes, Jacksonville, Fla.
2.85 Baker & Holmes Jacksonville, Fla.
5.19 J. Y. Detwiler, New Smyrna, Fla.
6.091J. Y. Detwiler, New Smyrna, Fla.
4.30 Allen & Clayton, Tampa, Fla.
5.291L. A. Mercer & Son, Wauchula, Fla.
6.19iW. S. Jackson, Micanopy, Fla.
4.2GI.. H. Vidal, Gainesville. Fla.
1.SSConsolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville.
5.791Wm.T. Kempler Elev'r Co., Kansas City,Mo.
5.021T. K. Godbey, Waldo, Fla.
8.831C. E. Pleas, Chipley, Fla.















NOTICE-The especial attention of consumers and dealers is called to the following paragraph:
Consumers desiring to avail themselves of the provisions of Sec. 9. of the Laws,, providing for "Special Sam-
ples" drawn by consumers, are requested to read carefully Sec. 9 of the Laws and the "Rules and Regulations Govern-
ing the taking and forwarding Special Samples of Feed Stuff and Fertilizers" found on a preceding page of the report.
Also to compare the "official analysis" and the "market value of various feeds sold in the State.
It will be found that in a number of cases the "market value," or price, is no criterion of the actual feeding
value of the goods. That in several instances the highest "market value" is placed on the most inferior goods.
Consumers should compare the guaranteed tag on the bag with the table of averagee composition of feed stuff."
In case of doubt as to the truthfulness of the guarantee, draw a sample, according to law, and regulations, and send in
a tin box sealed, to the "Commissioner of Agriculture." Preserve the "guaranteed tags" off the packages, to compare
with the result of the analysis of the sample by the State Chemist.








R. E. ROSE, State Chemist-ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF, 1907-B. H. BRIDGES, A. M. HENRY, Assistant Chemists.
Samples taken by State Chemist under Section 1, Act Approved May 24, 1905.



ADDRESS OF
NAME OR BRAND. s. 4 S.
0 a 4 MANUFACTURERS.
I I I

Pure Wheat Middlings .... 241 Guarant'd Analysis...... 15.751 40.00' 4.00 .....Hunter Bros.' Milling Co., St.
Official Analysis... 9.30 17.401 51.271 6.34 5.03 Louis, Mo.
Purina Feed .............. 2421Guarant'd Analysis 13.30 9.00 59.70 4.50 ......Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
S Official Analysis... 11.40 13.55 57.49 3.97| 4.371 Mo.
Feed Stuff ................ 243 Guarant'd Analysis 9.00 15.00 ...... 4.00 ...... T-State Milling Co., Nashville
Official Analysis... 6.66 15.55 58.00 4.81 4.53 Tenn.
Sucrene Dairy Feed........ 244 Guarant'd Analysis 11.75 16.50 48.54 3.50 ..... .American Milling Co., Philadel-
Official Analysis... 9.28 17.91 45.91 6.13 9.23| phia, Pa.
Ballard's Ship Stuff........f 245 Guarant'd Analysis 5.3 17.3 4.55 4.41...... Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
5. 85 17.37
I Official Analysis... 6.21 17.811 55.34 4.77 4.81 ville, Ky.
Pure Wheat Bran.......... 246 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 16.00 55.10 5.40 ..... [Acme Mills and Elevator Co.,
Official Analysis... 8.341 16.67 54.031 5.041 5.621 Hopkinsville, Ky.
Pure Wheat Bran.......... 247 Guarant'd Analysis 3.50 14.50 50.00 4.00 ...... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Ten-
Ocial Analysis 15.90 54.361 4.171 6.401 nessee.
I I I77









Banner Feed ..............


Pure Wheat Middlings......


Pure Wheat Shorts........


Pure Wheat Bran..........


Cotton Seed Meal..........


Pure Wheat Middlings......


Feed Stuff ................


Pure Wheat Bran ........


Ship Stuff ................


Pure Wheat Bran..........


2481Guarant'd Analysis 10.001
[Official Analysis... 10.141

249 Guarant'd Analysis ......
|Official Analysis... 5.03

250 Guarant'd Analysis 6.421
Official Analysis... 6.251

251 Guarant'd Analysis 9.50
Official Analysis... 9.79

252]Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 5.609

253 Guarant'd Analysis ...... i
Official Analysis... 15.21

254'Guarant'd Analysis 15.51
Official Analysis... 20.27

2551Guarant'd Analysis 9.501
Official Analysis...l 8.201

2561Guarant'd Analysis ......
JOfficial Analysis... 5.82

257 Guarant'd Analysis ......
S Official Analysis... 9.83,
SI I I


8.00| 62.00
11.781 6J.85

15.751 40.001
20.40 55.44

16.001 48.00
17.055 53.891

14.50. 50.001
15.091 53.991

38.621 24.00O
31.70 40.901

15.7011 6.30G
17.10i 46i.S9

11.OU00 55.191
11.011 50.36

14.50 50.001
16.45 51.971

13.00 1;. 71
1(;. 601 51;. :; ;

1:. .56 4(; G. 00
15.45 5.:.411


3.50 ...... American Cereal Co., Chicago,
2.72 3.2711inois.

4.00 ...... Hunter Bros.' Milling Co., St.
4.201 3.99 Louis, Mo.

4.001...... liberty Mills, Nashville, Ten-
5.45 4.971 nessee.

4.001 ...... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Ten-
4.001 6.971 nessee.

9.0 ..... jJ. Lindsey Wells Co., Memphis,
5.83 6.001 Tennessee.

4.301 3.701C. Baker Milling Co., Red Bud,
5.011 4.00i Illinois.

3.30...... Capital Grain, Co., Nashville,
2.18| 4.4J| Tennessee.

4.00 ...... LMerchants' Mills, Mobile, Ala-
4.801 5.831 bama.

G.991 ...... Mountain City Mill Co., Chat-
4.2411 4.CC tanooga, Tenn.

4.25 ...... Koeningmark Mill Co., Water-
3.15 6..35 loo, Illinois.
I i 78








ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-Continued.


NAME OF BRAND.


Ship Stuff ................I


Pure Middlings ..........


Pure Wheat Shorts........


Blair's Shorts ............


Cotton Seed Meal...........


Pure Wheat Bran ........


Ballard's Ship Stuff........


Globe Gluten Feed........


5) a
.n 0 a 3I
|55 2 5

258 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 13.00 10.71
Official Analysis... 5.65 16.23 58.98

259 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 16.00 58.00
Official Analysis... 6.15 16.901 57.76

260 Guarant'd Analysis 6.42 16.00 48.00
Official Analysis... 7.51 17.75 54. 02

261iGuarant'd Analysis 8.9S 16.75 58.95
Official Analysis... 5.7i 17.72 56.95S

262 Guaran'td Analysis .... 38.52 ...... .
Official Analysis... 10.58 41.24 24.59

263 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 16.00 55.10
Official Analysis... 7. 3 18.10 53.02-

264 Garant'd Analysis 5.83 17.37 46.58
Official Analysis... 7.57 17.20 54.99

2651Guarant'd Analysis ...... 25.00 51.00
Official Analysis... 7.89 28.301 49.63


ADDRESS OF
S MANUFACTURERS.


6.99[ ..... |Mountain City Mill Co., Chat-
4.451 4.20 tanooga, Tenn.

4.75 ...... Columbia Mill and Elevator Co.,
4.10 4.27 Columbia, Tenn.

4.00 ...... Cumberland, Mills, Nashville,
4.72 5.18 Tennessee.

3.50 ......Blair Milling Co., Atchison,
4.17 4.33 Kansas.

..... ...... Florida C. O. Co., Tallahassee,
8.65 6.49 Florida.

5.40 ...... Acme Mill and Elevator Co,
4.29; 5.691 Hopkinsville, Ky.

4.41 ...... Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
4.00 5.111 ville, Ky.

2.50 ...... Corn Products Refining Co.,
2.53 2.47 New York.









Ballard's Bran ............! 266JGuarant'd Analysisl 8.40 15.25[ 38.591
j Official Analysis...1 12.27 16.021 50.35|
Cotton Seed Meal.......... 267 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 22.00 30.001
Official Analysis... 23.17 18.301 40.291
Blair's Shorts ............ 268 Guarant'd Analysis 8.98 16.75 58.95
'Official Analysis... 5.821 17.64 50.31

Prime Cotton Seed Meal.... 269 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38 .62.....
I Official Analysis... 8.98 40.17 25.431
I I I
Cooked Cow Feed.......... 270lGuarant'd Analysis ......26.00' 44.001
I.)icial Analysis...1 11.33 28.52 38.44*
I I
Purina Poultry Feed ...... 271 Guarant'd Analysisj 4.00 11.00 65.001
I Official Analysis... '2.89 10.72i 69.191
I II I
Purina Feed .............. 2721Guarant'd Analysis 13.30 9.001 59.701
S Official Analysis.. 13.81 10.05 59.23!
Cotton Seed Meal ........ 273'Guarant'd Analysis ...... 22.001 13.00
S Official Analysis...I 21.3 22.071 36.041
Mill Feed ................I 274 Guarant'd Analysis ...... I 12.381 05.39
Official Analysis...1 5.351 12.55 63 .941
I I
Pure Wheat Bran ......... 275| Guarant'd Analysis ...... 1:1.1)O 53.22
Official Analysis... 10.10 15.011 i3.91
I I I I I


4.43 ...... Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
4.151 6.01 u ville, Ky.

5.001...... Tennessee Fiber Co., Memphis,
5.33 3.99 Tennessee.

3.50 ...... Blair Milling Co., Atchison,
5.34 3.501 Kansas.

... ....... Alabama C. O. Co., Montgom-
11.31' 6.17 cry, Alabama.

7.50 ...... Nashville Feed Co., Nashville,
5.93 6.61 Tennessee.

3.60 ......|Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
3.48 2.331 Missouri.

4.50 ...... Ralsion Purina Co., St. Louis,
3.961 3.82J Missouri.
I I
5.001 ...... C. A. Tindall & Co., Memphis,
4.141 4.911 Tennessee.

4.:2' .. Riverside Mill and Power Co.,
3.111 3.511 Cartersville, Ga.

4.75 ...... I('olu iia Mill and Elevntor Co.,
3.:5 l;.70(; ColIIumblia, Tenn.
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wVictor Co. and Oat Feed.. 276|Guarant'd Analysis 12. JO 7.50 62.001
C Official Analysis...! 12.18' 7.76 59.69!
SDiamond C. Com. and Oat
< Chops ..................I 277,Guarant'd Analysis 14.73 7.62 61.23!
1Official Analysis... 14.67 7.40, 59.96!

Purina Poultry Feed...... 278 Guarant'd Analysis 4.00 11.00 65.00
Official Analysis... 2.70 10.48 67.60

Sugared Feed ............ 279Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5.00 50. J0
fOfficial Analysis...1 14.821 14.04 49.13

Feed Stuff ................ 280Guarant'd Analysis 15.51 11.00 55.191
dOfficial Analysis... 13.97 12.36 54.071

Feed Stuff ............... 2811Guarant'd Analysis 15.51 11.00 55.19
Official Analysis... 17.86 10.271 53.921

Hominy Feed ............ 282 Guarant'd Analysis: 6.81 10.50 50.001
IOfficial Analysis...1 6.05 10.351 68.42'

Globe Gluten Feed........ 283 Guarant'd Analysisl ...... 25.001 51.00!
Official Analysis... 7.30 27.16! 49.10!

Bran Feed ................ 284 Guaran'td Analysis ...... 11.53! 53.97
Official Analysis... 14.75 11.60 53.691

Pure Wheat Bran ........ 285'Guarant'd Analysis ...... 14.66 63.581
S Official Analysis.. 10.77 13.901 63.75


3.001 ...... American Cereal Company,
2.80 5.931 Chicago, Ill.

3.15 ..... |Corno Mills Co., East St. Louis,
3.15 4.50 Illinois.

3.60 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St.
2.991 3.911 Louis, Mo.

0.50 ...... Atlas Feed Products and Mill.
3.88 7.691 ing Co., New Orleans, La.

3.30 ...... Capital Grain Company, Nash-
3.151 4.36 ville, Tenn.

3.30 ..... Capital Grain Company, Nash-
2.451 4.07 ville, Tenn.

10.00 ...... ICumberland Mills, Nashville,
3.99 2.81 Tennessee.

2.50 ..... Corn Products and Refin-
3.80! 3.87 ing Co., New York.

2.63 ...... City Grain and Feed Company,
3.411 4.101 Columbia, Tenn.

4.331...... Acme Mill and Elevator Co.,
4.151 5.311 Hopkinsville, Ky.
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ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-Continued. 82


NAME OF BRAND.


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Wheat Bran .............. 286 GuL.rant'd Analysisl
iOfficial Analysis...

Excelsior Corn and Oat Feed 287 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Ship Stuff ................. 288Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Blair Shorts ..............I 289 Guarant'd Analysis

Pure Winter Wheat Mid- official Analysis..
dlings .................. 290 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Lilly Bran ............... 291 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Pure Wheat Bran ..........I 292 Guarant'd Analysis
I Oflln lal Analysis"...
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12.16

10.JO0
10.54


2.801

8.981
5.76


4.60

8.50
0.85


7.89


o5


16.00
13.341

9.00
9.00

13.00
12.81

16.75
17.38;

16.00
17.55

15.550
15.38S


54.00
53.660

60.00
60.79

16.71
67.79

58.95
57.61l

56.30
58.83

57.00
57.06(

(;3. 5
5.1.57
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ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.


I I
4.06 ...... Dahnke-Walker Mill Co., Union
4.00 5.33 City, Tenn.

4.20 ...... Great Western Cereal Company,
5.61 4.29 Chicago, Ill.

6.99 ...... Mountain City Mill Co., Chatta-
1.78 2.54 nooga, Tenn.

3.501...... The Blair Milling Co., Atchison,
4.35 4.001 Kansas.

4.00 ...... Hunter Brothers' Milling Co.,
3.73 3.81 St. Louis, Mo.

4.50 ...... Lillie Mill Co., Franklin, Ten-
3.32 5.39 nessee.

4.33 ...... Acme Mill and Elevator Co.,
3.9.1 5.63 Ilophinsville, Ky.
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Pure Winter Wheat Bran..I 293 Guarant'd Analysis ......
I Official Analysis...l 8.87

Cotton Seed Meal.......... 294 Guarant'd Analysis ......
I Official Analysis... 9.07'

Pure Winter Wheat Bran. 2951Guarant'd Analysis......
Official Analysis... 8.22

Quaker Dairy Feed ..... 2961Guarant'd Analysis 17.00
S Official Analysis... 15.87
Pure Winter Wheat Mid- I
dlings .................. 2971Guarant'd Analysis ....
S Official Analysis... 5.33

Feed Stuff ................ 298 Guarant'd Analysis 15.511
Official Analysis... 22.111

Blair's Shorts ............ 2991Guarant'd Analysis 8.98
Official Analysis... 5.30

Wheat Bran .............. 300 Guarant'd Analysis ......
IOfficial Analysis... 16.411

Blair's Bran ............. 301 Guarant'd Analysis 10.59
Official Analysis... 7.7 :

Boss Corn and Oat Feed.. 302IGuarant'd Analysis 11.00
Official Analysis...1 10.80


14.001 54.00O
15.601 53.041

38.52 ...... .
39.83 26.55

14.00 54.J0
16.101 52.03

12.001 52.00
13.40 52.161

16.00 56.00
17.201 53.88

11.001 55.19
8.85| 50.37

16.75 58.951
14.74 59.931

16.000 54.00
11.851 52.85

13.93 56.84
13.90 57.97

9.00 60.00
8.861 61.85


3.50 ...... Hunter Brothers' Milling Co.,
3.611 5.54j St. Louis, Mo.

........ Florida C. O. Co., Jacksonville,
11.38 6.05 Florida.

3.50 ...... Hunter Brothers' Milling Co.,
4.84 5.70 St. Louis, Mo.

3.00...... American Cereal Company,
4.29 4.12 Chicago, Ill.

4.00 ...... Hunter Brothers' Milling Co.,
6.20 4.22 St. Louis, Mo.

3.30 ...... Capital Grain Company, Nash-
2.50 3.78 ville, Tenn.

3.50 ...... Blair Milling Co., Atchison,
4.05 4.041 Kansas.

4.06 ...... Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.,
1.87 4.931 Union City, Tenn.

3.50 ...... The Blair Milling Co., Atchison,
3.53 5.62 Kansas.

4.00 ...... Great Western Cereal Co., Chi-
3.181 4.741 cago, Illinois









ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-Continued. 84


cd Q) bncd ADDRESS OF
NAME OF BRAND. 7 ADDRESS OF
i d MANUFACTURERS.

Mill Feed ................ 303 Guarant'd Analysis ......9. 13 65.21 2.33 ..... The Capital Grain Co., Nash-
Official Analysis... 20.89, 8.90 53.52t 0.G68 2.29 ville, Tenn.
Pure Wheat Bran .......... 304IGuarant'd Analysis 9.50 14.0)] 50.00, 5.001 ...... Tennessee Mill Co., Estell
S Official Analysis.. 9.18 14.80; 55.66] 2.331 6.46 Springs, Tenn.
Purina Feed .............. .305Guarant'd Analysis] 13.30 9.00 59.70 4.50 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Loouis,
S Official Analysis... 10.511 11.74 59.09| 3.401 3.851 Missouri.
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Victor Corn and Oat Feed.. 306Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 7.501 62.001 3.00 ...... American Cereal Co., Chicago,
S Official Analysis... 9.26 8.45 65.04 3.18 2.62 Illinois.
Heavy Draught Feed...... 307 Guarant'd Analysis .... 10.35 .1 3.42 ...... United Grocery Co., Jackson-
I Official Analysis.. 4.85 11 50 65.03 3. (5; 1.72 ville, Fla.
Globe Gluten Feed........| 3081Guarant'd Analysis....... 25.00] 51 .001 2.50.......Corn Pro0dcts IRfining Co.,
[ Official Analysis... 6.80 27.99! 49.(;7 4.32 3.171 New York.
Excelsior orn and Oat Feedl 309'Goarant'd Analysis 10.00 9.00 60.00 .1.20...... Great Westvrn Cereal Co., Chi-
Oflicial Analysis... 11 .25 .10 (6 2 4.)981 4.75| cago, Illinois.
Wheat Bran ..............I 310Gui aranl '" AnI'lysis. ...... I1 ;. 5.00 4I .. .l)an.;ile-Walkli r Milling Co., Un-
lOfficial AnalysiH... 11.091 14.6;51 53. 65 3.38 5.08s in City, 'iT nn,







Lillie Bran ............... 311]Guarant'd Analysis 8.50
S Official Analysis... 6.33
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Pure Wheat Middlings.... 312|Guarant'd Analysis......
Official Analysis... 4.25
Jax Feed .................. 313Guarant'd Analysis ......
I Official Analysis... 19.39
Sugared Feed ............ 314 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 12.511
Feed Stuff ................ 315|Guarant'd Analysis 15.51
S Official Analysis... 18.12
Pure Wheat Shorts ........ 31Guarant'd Analysis 6.42
IOfficial Analysis... 5.78
Ballard's Ship Stuff .......I 317 Guarant'd Analysis 5.90'
S Official Analysis... 6.261
Forrest City Feed Meal .... I 318'Guarant'd Analysis .....
S Official Analysis... 20.00
Pure Wheat Bran .......... I 3191Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis.. 8.541
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Albatross Bran ............ 320 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis...| 8.85
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15.501 57.00
15.091 57.231

17.251 57.003
15.801 60.651
I. 03
8.421 54.03
8.15 58.J91

5.00 50.00
G.841 52.281

11.001 55.191
9.651 53.341

16.00 48.00j
17.38 57.281

16.87 47.10)
20.95! 51.81!
1 1
23.00! 35.00
24.30' 35.05
14.001 54.001
15. 80] 5:3. 0:"

14.755 52.00.
15.90[ 53.181
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4.50 ...... Lillie Milling Co., Franklin,
3.921 5.50 Tennessee.

4.95 ...... Barrett-Kraft & Kaufman Mill-
4.181 3.78! ing Co., St. Louis, Mo.

1.58 ...... United Grocery Co., Jackson-
1.56 1.96] ville, Fla.

0.50 ...... Atlas Feed Products and Refin-
4.03 9.07! ing Co., New Orleans, La.

3.301.......Capital Grain Co., Nashville,
2.51 3.98 'icnnessee.

4.00 ......ICumberland Mills, Nashville,
5.09 4.37 Tennessee.

4.72 .... Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
4.521 4.59 ville, Ky.

4.50 ...... Southern C. O. Company, Sa-
5.83' 5.071 vannah, Ga.
3.50| ...... IKelly Milling Company, Kan-
3.90| 6.06G sas City.
2 I
3.70 ...... .John E. Meyer & Son, Spring-
3.831 5.27 field, Mo.
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ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-Continued.


5,Q
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NAME OF BRAND.
a 1 P4

Wheat Bran.............. 321[Guaran'td Analysisj 13.501 14.501
1 Official Analysis... 9.16 16.90

Quaker Dairy Feed ....... 3221Guarant'd Analysis 17.00 12.001
[ Official Analysis... 17.05 13.051

Banner Feed ............. 323Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.00S
S Official Analysis... 8.72 8.78

Pure Wheat Bran ........ 324 Guarant'd Analysis 9.50 14.50
SOfficial Analysis... 8.40 15.001

Middling Feed ........... 325 Guarant'd Analysis...... 12.29
lOfficial Analysis... 11.92 13.90

Quaker Dairy Feed........ 3261Guarant'd Analysis. 17.00 12.001
I Official Analysis. .. 19.07 12.55!

(;onzalez Cow leed ........ : 27 (G arant'd Analysis ...... 3).00|
S Official Analysis... 9.95 16.50

Shorts ................... 32X]iGuarant'd Analysis 6.25 15.50
O Official Analysis... G.951 17.111


50.401
53.42

52.00
51.50

62.00
63.30

50.00
55.03:

61.92
54.20

52.00


11. o00
51.03

;1. 25
54.39


ADDRESS OF
4 MANUFACTURERS.


5.60 ...... M. J. Kemper Elevator Co.,
3.53 5.321 Kansas City, Mo.

3. 0...... IThe American Cereal Co., Chi-
3.68 5.361 cago, lillinois.

3.50 ...... The American Cereal Co., Chi-
3.581 2.9S8 cago, Illinois.

4.00 .. .. Liberty M1ills, Nashville, Ten-
3.371 6.431 nessee.
I I
3.2 ...... .City (;rain anld Feed Co., Co-
2.79 4.2(; lumbia, Teunn.

:1.00 ...... .Ameirican (C(lr'il (Co'i!lany, Chi-
3.501 5.8;[ (c,,o, Illinoiis.
I I
5.00 ...... 1 M.V. (oniz;ale, & Co., I'cnsacola,
(;.7(;1 4.121 I')lorida.

5.25 ...... o n 'I. lK oil r l i''lor Co.,
4.95 4.,',| Kanisns Ci( y, Mo.









Pure Wheat Bran ........ 329 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 14.84 55.52!
Official Analysis... 10.15 14.951 54.021

Nutriline Stock Feed...... 3301Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 12.00 58.00
iOfficial Analysis... 9.02 14.95 57.27|

Mill Feed ................ 331 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 9.13 65.21
Official Analysis... 8.761 12.07 60.82

Feed Stuff ..............I 332|Guarant'd Analysisl 15.51 11.00 55.191
S Official Analysis... 12.371 12.77 55.22I

Sucrene Dairy Feed ...... 333 Guarant'd Analysis 11.75 18.50 48.54
Official Analysis... 11.47 19.35 52.18

Purina Feed ............. 334 Guerant'd Analysis 13.801 9.00 59.90
Official Analysis... 13.661 10.79 58.39

Kyome Feed ........... 335 Guarant'd Analysis 7.53 16.41 56.04!
y Official Analysis... 6.79 15.80 57.33I

Excelsior Chop Feed ..... 336Guarant'd Analysis 10.03 9.30 60.00
Official Analysis... 10.721 7.99 61.51.

Pure Wheat Ship Stuff.... 337 Guarant'd Analysis. 5.001 16.00 56.001
I Official Analysis...1 5.231 15.501 60.041

Globe Gluten Feed........ 338 Guarant'd Analysis .... 25.005 51.003
Official Analysis... 7.58| 26.591 51.03
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3.611 ...... The Dunlap Milling Co., Clarks-
3.581 5.631 ville, Tenn.

2.00 ...... Nutailine Feed and Oil Co.,
2.69 7.671 New Orleans, La.

2.33 ...... Capital Grain Co., Nashville,
2.72 2.661 Tennessee.

3.30 ...... Capital Grain Co., Nashville,
2.48 4.451 Tennessee.

3.50 ..... American Milling Co., Philadel-
5.29 7.90 phia, Pa.

4.50 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
3.13 4.151 Missouri.

3.62 ...... The J. E. M. Milling Co., Frank-
3.39 5.111 fort, Ky.

4.00 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
4.181 4.201 Chicago, Illinois.

4.001 ......IThe Tennessee Mill Co., Estell
3.951 3.861 Springs, Tenn.

2.50 ..C... Corn Products Refining Co.,
2.30! 3.521 New York.
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ANALYSIS OF



NAME OF BRAND.


Victor Corn and Oat Feed.. 39ij LGuaranL d Analysis|
IOfficial Analysis...
Victor Feed .............. 340 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysi ...
Beet Pulp .............. 341 Guarant'd Analysis,
Official Analysis...
Hominy Feed ............ 342Guarant'd Analysis
Ollicial Analysis...!
Hominy Feed ........... 313 ,lGuarant'd Analysis'
OIfOcial Analysis...
Pure Wheat Bran ........ : 3441G.nar.ani'd Analysis.
Ollicial Analysis...
Pure Wheat llran ........ .1i r (lia l Analy.is
SOlli'cial Analysis..i
I'ure WVhlcii l Sliorts ........ :', lli; iiarIIani' Analysis
Olliriail Ainalysis...


FEED STUFF-Continued.


a



1-.00 7.,51 62.001 3.001
12.19 7.55' 63.59, 2.831

12.00 7.50 62.00 3.00
12.601 7.S 62.20 3.93

19.331 11.781 62.30 1.64.
19.86 8.95 58.901 0.551

6.81 10.501 50.00 10.00 .
5.15 10.71 61.391 9.30

G.Sl 10.50 50.JO 10.00
4.55 10.501 64.13 9.08

8.91T 15.171 52.52 4..3.
8.36 15.84 53.84 5.24

9.50 1. .50 50.00 4.00 .
8.82 11.95 54.491 4.71

6.12 1(;.0( 48.01 ) 4.00 .
7.01 17.0( ) 5:;.66(; 5.701


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.


...... Anierican Cereal Co., Chicago,
3.37! Illinois.

...... American Cereal Co., Chicago,
3.921 Illinois.

......IL. T. Cotter & Co., Agents, Nor-
3.25 folk, Va.

..... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Ten-
3.281 nessee.
I
..... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Ten-
2.92 nessee.

..... Sunny Side Flour Mills, Evans-
6.16 ville, Ind.

..... ITle Liberty Mills, Nashville,
6.50 Tennessee.

.... Thie Liberly Mills, Nashville,
5.57 Tennesseo.







Schumacher Stock Feed.... 347 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 11.00[ 60.00 4.001...... American Cereal Co., Chicago,
Official Analysis... 11.22 10.27 55.38 2.37 8.95 Illinois.
Cotton Seed Meal ........ 34 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 25.00 ...... ..... ...... Florida Cotton Oil Company,
S Official Analysis... 20.901 23.96 32.621 6.93 4.93 Tallahassee, Fla.
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Pure Wheat Bran ........ 349 Guarant'd Analysisl 9.50 14.00 54.00 5.00 ...... The Tennessee Mill Company,
I Official Analysis... 10.901 14.13 51.32 4.42 7.60 Estell Springs Tenn.

Pure Wheat Ship Stuff .... 350'Guarant'd Analysis 5.001 16.00 56.00 4.001 ...... The Tennessee Mill Company,
Official Analysis... 6.37 16.501 56.56 4.171 5.00 Estell Springs, Tenn.
Cotton Seed Meal ........ 3511Guarant'd Analysis 7.05 43.16 24.59i 9.22 .....R. Z. Cates & Co., Spartanburg,
I Official Analysis... 10.911 37.40 28.581 8.48 6.46 South Carolina.
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Pure Wheat Middlings .... 352iGuarant'd Analysis ...... 16.45 59.58 4.54 ...... Inglehart Bros., Evansville,
Official Analysis... 4.10 16.451 59.90 4.12 3.92 Indiana.

Pure Wheat Middlings.... 353 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 15.70 60.30 4.301...... C. Becker Milling Co., Red Bud,
S Official Analysis.. 4.20 17.02 60.19 8.251 3.71 Illinois.
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Cotton Seed Meal ........ 354Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38.621 24.00 9.00 ...... J. Lindsey Wells Co., Memphis,
IOfficial Analysis... 9.49 40.60i 25.751 8.97| 7.64 Tennessee.
Pure Wheat Middlings .... 355 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 16.45 59.58 .541 ..... Inglehart Bros., Evansville,
Official Analysis...1 3.90 16.55 61.3S8 3.93 3.97 Indiana.

Banner Feed ............I 356 Guarant'd Analysis| 10.00 8.00 62.001 3.501...... The American Cereal Company,
I Official Analysis... 8.15 9.05 G6.15| 2.191 2.851 Chicago, Ill.
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ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-Continued.


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NAME OF BRAND. 5
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Pure Wheat Bran ........ 3571Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis...1 9.661

Feed Meal ................ 358 Guarint'd Analysis 20.00
Official Analysis... 24.32.

Mill Feed ................ 359 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis.. 4.42

Shorts .................... 360IGuarant'd Analysis' 6.25
I Official Analysis...( 5.46]

Pure Wheat Shorts........ 361lGuarant'd Analysis ......
IOfficial Analysis... 6.981

I'ur Wheat. Midllings..... 3;2 Giinant 'dl Analysis 4
Ofliiial Analysi; ... 4. S:
I'ure Winter Wlhial Mixed] I
Fe4d ................... I 36;3(; iaranit'd A analysis ...... I
I Offlcial Analysis...I 7.:,1]


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13.00! 35.00
15.53 53.151

25.001 35.00
22.601 34.22

12.3SI 65.39
12.37 67.021

15.50 61.25'
16.581 55.77|

16.01 56.971
15.52| 59.17I

17. 00 59.10
17.50o 59. (;

1 ;.25 51 .00
1 5S. 2 .2 )1


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.



3.50 ...... Cleaveland Bros., Mobile, Ala-
3.63 6.08 bama.

4.00 ...... Southern Cotton Oil Company,
4.65 4.381 Memphis, Tenn.

4.32 ...... Riverside Milling and Power
1.18 3.02 Co., Cartersville, Ga.

5.251 ...... IW. T. Kemper Elevator Co.,
:.78 5.711 Kansas City, Mo.

9.11 ...... Tri-Slate Milling Co., Nashvilln,
3.43 2.971 Tenn.

1 .0..... ... Zimmern's (Comlpanly, Mobile,
2.121 4.21] Ala.

1.00 Cairo Mlillig Ceoli m ny, Cairo,
::. ,:: 5:1 Illinois.









Ship Stuff ............... .


B ran .....................


Pure Wheat Bran..........


Cotton Seed Meal..........


Cotton Seed Meal..........


Cooked Cow Feed..........


Boss Chop Feed............


Sucrene Dairy Feed....


Star Mixed Feed..........


Excelsior Corn & Oat Feed.
it


3641Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 5.98

365 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 8.99

366 Guarant'd Analysis 9.501
Official Analysis... 9.50|
367 Guarant'd Analysis ...... I
Official Analysis... 19.001

368 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 8.92

369 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 10.56

370 Guarant'd Analysis 11.00I
Official Analysis... 17.571

371 Guarant'd Analysis 11.753
Official Analysis.. 7.53

372 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis.. 4.02

373 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 7.11
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13.00 16.71 6.991 ...... Mountain City Mill Company,
13.86 62.99 3.411 3.31 Chattanooga, Tenn.

9.69 23.92 7.18 ...... Mountain City Mill Company,
14.051 57.23 2.88 6.12 Chattanooga, Tenn.

14. JO 54.00 5.001 ...... Tenessee Mill Company, Estelle
14.501 57.92 1.45 6.27 Springs, Tenn.

25.75 ..... .... ...... .Florida Cotton Oil Company,
23.87 36.84 6.53 4.611 Jacksonville, Fla.

38.52 ..... ........ ...... Florida Cotton Oil Company,
38.44 23.97 15.20 5.951 Jacksonville, Fla.

26.00 44.00 7.50 ...... American Steam Feed Company,
26.241 38.85 8.171 7.10 Nashville, Tenn.

9.00 60.00 4.00 ...... Great Western Cereal Company,
9.04' 56.201 4.13 3.55 Chicago, Ill.

16.501 48.54 3.50.. ..American Milling Company,
17.13 54.38 4.25 6.86 Philadelphia, Pa.

11.53 53.97 2.631 ..... .City Grain and Feed Company,
12.021 64.21 3.061 5.52 Columbia, Tenn.

9.00 60.00 4.20 ...... Great Western Cereal Company,
8.60 67.96 2.81 2.71 Chicago, Ill.
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ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-Continued.


NAME OF BRAND.


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Diamond C. Corn and Oat
Shorts .................. 374G-l uarant'd Analysis 14.73
Official Analysis... 15.171

Pure Wheat Ship Stuff.... ; 75|Guarant'd Analysis 5.00
Official Analysis... 4.57;

Banner Feed ............. 37i; (huarant'dAnalysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 8.1;

Cotton Seed Meal ..........| 77 aran Analysis 7.05
Official Analysis... 12.321

Colton Sceed Meal ........ :78 (m;.ran.'d Analysis .....
Ollicial Analysis... 11.92

Schuimaker Stock Feed .... ;7i(' I u nl'i Ana.lysis 10.00
Olliciail Analysis... 9.421

lran .......... ........... :I :nu; l A'nalysis 2(
O()llicial Analysis... 8.35


7.(;2 61.281
7.63| G1.051

16.00 56.001
17.45 68.10

8.00 62.00|
9.65 66(;. 18

1:1.1 ; 2 1. 59
:;(;. GS ; 2 ;.46

:; 5.9 1 :;). 110
i0.;71 27.21

1 ;.0 I01


1:. 115 I. 50
S:1 1 5 57. 13 1


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.


3.15 ..... Corno Mills, East St. Louis,
2.37 4.07 Illinois.
1
4.00 ...... Tennessee Mill Company, Estell
4.84 3.87 Springs, Tenn.

3.501...... The American Cereal Company,
2.831 2.97 Chicago, Ill.

9.22| ...... I. C. Cates & Co., Spartan-
10.18 46.;2 burg, S. C.

9.Oi ... I. \V. Brade & Co., AMemphis,
G. ;.i :01 Tennessee.

00 ......'' e Anierican Cereal company ,
1.57 :i.37:7 Chicago, Ill.

S.75 ........ iarleslon Ml killing Co pany,
4.001 5.!17] Ch( arleslon, Mo.









Neutriline Dairy Feed...... 381|Guarant'd Analysis| 12.00
Official Analysis... 8.11

Victor Feed .............. 382 Guarant'd Analysis 12.001
O~icial Analysis... 10.551

Mill Feed ............... 383 Guarant'd Analysis .....
Official Onalysis... 4.59

Crescent Mixed Feed...... 384 Guarant'd Analysis .....
Official Analysis... 16.761

Cotton Seed Meal.......... 385 Guarant'd Analysis ......
S Official Analysis... 11.331

Cotton Seed Meal... ......3861Guarant'd Analysis....
S Official Analysis... 8.35

Fancy Shorts ............ 387 Guarant'd Analysis ......
S Official Analysis... 5.02
Lillie Bran .............. 388 Guarant'd Analysis 8.50
(Official Analysis...i 6.051

Pure Wheat Bran.......... 389 Guarant'd Analysis ......
[Official Analysis... 7.161

Blair's Bran ............. 390 Guarant'd Analysis 10.59
SJOfficial Analysis... 7.36
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17.001 47.00
16.231 51.18

7.50 62.00
8.251 65.90
I 1
12.381 65.391
12.851 64.691
I I
12.29 61.92!
8.60 62.39!

38.00 . .
39.05 24.40

38.621 ...... .
41.00! 27.711

16.03! 59.521
17.721 59.421
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15.501 57.OJ1
14.501 59.231

14.06 63.58|
16.32 57.03!

13.93 56.84
14.00! 58.17
1 1


2.111...... |Nutriline Food and Oil Co.,
7.75! 8.16 New Orleans, La.

3.00 ...... The American Cereal Company,
1.651 3.35 Chicago, Ill.

4.32,...... Riverside Milling and Power Co.,
2.59 3.071 Cartersville, Ga.

3.28 ...... City Grain and Feed Company,
.23 1.311 Columbia, Tenn.

7.00 ..... .W. Brade & Co., Memphis,
9.80! 7.001 Tenn.

..... .... McCaw Manufactur'g Company,
8.90! 6.64 Macon, Ga.

4.31' ..... .Phoenix Flour Mills, Evansville,
4.181 3.97 Indiana.

4.501..... .. Lillie Mill Company, Franklin,
3.09' 4.931 Tennessee.

4.38 ...... Acme Mills and Elevator Co.,
3.03 4.871 Hopkinsville, Ky.

3.50 ...... The Blair Milling Company,
3.631 5.39 Atchison, Kan.
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ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-Continued.


Cd
NAME OF BRAND. 4 1

i- .i 63.

Pure Wheat Bran......... 391|Guarant'd AnalysisI ...... 14.66 63.58
Official Analysis... 6.48 16.25 56.491
Nutriline Stock Feed...... 392 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 12.00 58.00
Official Analysis... 6.421 12.50 56.921

Kyome Feed .............. 393iGuarant'd Analysiss 7.53 16.41 56.04
Official Analysis... 6.56 15.05 59.98]

Purina Feed .............. 394 Guarant'd Analysis 6.90 14.001 60.00
Official Analysis... 12.35 1:3.(5 54.20

Ship Stuff ................ 395 Guarant'd Analysis 5.80 16. 80 56. 50
Official Analysis... 5.;4 16;.65 54.05
Diamond C Corn and Oat
Chops .................. 396 Guarantd Analysis 14. 7 2 61. 2i
OWlcial Analysis... 16.921 (;.7 5 15
r Whea Bran........ 397(Guaran.'d Analysis...... I1 .0 5. 01
Official Analysis...] S.2S| 5.71 5S..11
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ADDRESS OF
,c MANUFACTURERS.


4.33 ...... Crescent Milling Company, Hop-
3.94| 4.91 kinsville, Ky.

2.00 .....Nutraline Feed and Oil Co.,
8.081 I. I37 New Orleans, La.

3.2 ...... The J. E. M. Milling Company,
3.34 4.57 Frannlort, Ky.

6.00j ..... Ralston Purina Company, St.
3.931 4.30 Louis, Mo.

5.101 ..40 Sweet Springs Milling Company
5.4:3 6;.6;3 Sweet Springs, Mo.

::.15 ...... C'orno Mills Company, Iast St
2.78. 5.02 Louis, Mo.

3.50 ...... )avis, Marshall & Co., Mobile,
:. 5 1 .91 Alabama.








Hominy Feed ............ 3981Guarant'd Analysis1 6.81\
Official Analysis... 5.00

Pure Wheat Bran.......... 3991Guarant'd Analysis1 8.911
Official Analysis... 8.241

Bran ..................... 400[Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis.. 7.68

Star Mixed Feed.......... 401lGuarant'd Analysis .....
Official Analysis... 4.431

Proteria Alfalfa Feed..... 402 Guarant'd Analysis 14.90
S Official Analysis... 9.72

Middlings ................ 403 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 9.45

Purina Feed.............. 404 Guarant'd Analysis 6.90
Official Analysis... 6.80

Pure Wheat Bran........ 405 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 7.35
Sucrene Horse, Mule and Ox
Feed ................... 406|Guarant'd Analysis 13.501
| Official Analysis...i 9.601
Corno Chick Feed........ 407]Guarant'd Analysis| 3.401
Official Analysis... 4.42!


10.501 50.001 10.001...... Cumberland Mills, Nashville,
10.53 64.89 8.78 2.741 Tennessee.

15.47 53.521 4 .33 ...... George Bros., Evansville, In-
15.50 50.171 4.19 10.851 diana.

9.69 23.92 7.181...... The Mountain City Mill Com-
14.251 57.151 3.201 5.33 pany, Chattanooga, Tenn.

11.53i 53.971 2.63..... City Grain and Feed Company,
12.60 65.67 2.65 3.67 Columbia, Tenn.

10.00| 56.00 4.00 ...... Ralston Purina Company,
12.75 56.94 3.75 3.76! St. Louis, Mo.

15.26 59.26 4.72 .... The Higginsville Milling Co.,
15.27 53.50, 5.51 4.30 Higginsville, Mo.

1400 60.00 6.00...... Ralston Purina Company, St.
16.37! 58.80 4.30 3.53 St. Louis, Mo.

14.00! 50.00 3.75 ..... iH. C. Cole Milling Company,
16.851 53.29 4.21 6.07 Chester, Ill.

10.00| 52.451 3.00 ...... American Milling Company,
13.301 52.78 6.04 6.12 Philadelphia, Pa.
I I
10.00 70.00 3.50 .... Corno Mills Company, East St.
10.001 69.71 2.161 1.721 Louis, Ill.
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NAME OF BRAND.


Arrow Feed ..............


Nutriline Stock Feed......


Pure Wheat Middlings.....]


Sucrene Dairy Feed ......


Pure Wheat, Bran........


Cotton Seed M1;1l ........


Biallard's Ira . . .


ANALYSIS OF FEED STUFF-



& a *
tid

1^ !I


408 Guarant'd Analysis 6.52
|Official Analysis... 4.95

409 Guarant'd Analysis 10.0.1
Official Analysis.. 5.501

4101Guarant'd Analysis......
Official Analysis... 4.121

411!Guarant'd Analysis 11.751
Official Analysis... 10.42

412(Guarant'd Analysisl .....
Official Analysis.. 8.851

413 G(iarant'd Analysis ...
Official Analysis... 10.15!

11.4 (uIarant'd Analysis .4011
Oflicial Analysis... S.84


-Continued.


Cd





9.191 66.291
10.711 66.70

12.00 58.001
13.25' 59.48

15.93 56.09
17.02 60.21

16.50 48.541
16.55 55.59!

16.00 55.001
15.50 55.52


.z ,d
CS mJ


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.


4.101 2.37 Animrican Hominy Company,
4.1J) 2.37 Indianapolis, Ind.

2.00 ......Nutriline Feed & Oil Company,
4.80 5.70 New Orleans, La.

4.89 ...... The Dunlap Milling Company,
4.0: 3.501 Clarksville, Tenn.

3.50. ..... .American Milling Company,
7.121 6.83 I Philadelphia, Pa.

4.00 ...... Waslhburn-Crosby Milling Co.,
2.88 5.081 louisville, Ky.


: 17. ........ .... Crawford Oil Mills, Crawford,
I(;.07I 28.76 9.1;21 6 .20( G( orgia.

15.251 28.5 4 .91: . Mallard & Ballard Company,
It;.701 50.971 3.501 7.89 lAnuisville, Ky.
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2.27 ....... ..nited Grocery (ComUpany, .lack
. :13 (G.7 o l sonville. Fla.


tI I; (;uaran Analysis 12. 00 7..>0 2. o : oo .I.... Quaker Oats Company, Chi-
Official Analysis.. 11.17 5.5 ; (;:.49 2.10 :1.l07 cago Ill.

II 7'uaran l Analysis...... 1 ;.:' 4 .90 :1.12 ...... .United (Grocery Comn iany. laclk-
Official Analvsis. 20.::1 11;.10 45.1; :1. 75 : 1..:1i sonville, Fla.

I1 \ (i ran 0i' l Analy sis ...... :. S. ...... ...... ...... Sparta Colton Oil Mill. Sparta.
Ofic ial Analysis .. .'. 45 :1!.7o 27.20 .(1, G ;.,9 Geargia.


Viclor lFeoo ... .


.Ierscy Feed ..


Col on Seed Meal .


Wheat Bran . .


Thollo<) ll'phrOd l'e' d


Olfifical 7nai .. 1". S2


I.ol ...... Atlanla Milling ('Company At
2.!., 7.22 lanta. (Ga.


I;.11 ..4 :1 .(; ..... Lexingtloin oller Mills, Lexing
1.7 71 t'S l 95 i ton. Kv.
I I


SPECIAL, NOTICE--The attention of dealers and consumers, is called to the table of "average composition of
IFed Stuffs" on a preceding page. This table shows approximately the composition of the various feed stuffs sold
throughout the country. Any material variation, from these averages, is presumptive evidence of impurity or adul-
teration.

A careful examination of the foregoing tables is recommended to both dealers and consumers. The guarantee of
the manufacturer, should not vary materially from this table of average while the "official analysis" should show
practically the same composition as the guarantee. Dealers and consumers, are requested in all cases of suspected
inferiority, or adulteration to send a sample at once to the Commissioner of Agriculture for analysis.


)airy Feed .


HI H ( tartt'd \nialx sis 1-1 5..;2
Official Anttls;is.. 1.1 1. 5 5:194


I I --t ral~t Analysi s ...... 12.21 511.6o:1


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Miscellaneous



THE FLORIDA P''RE FOOD AND DRUG LAW. AP-
PROVED JUNE 31). 1907. BECAME OPERA-
TIVE SEPTEMBER 1st. 1907.

The Florida Pure Food and Drug Law is now in force.
as provided by the law. All dealers in "Foods and
Drugs." including liquors-spirituous and malt liquors-
are interested in This law. and should inform themselves
as to its requirements. The law is made to conform as
closely as practical to the United States -Pure Food and
Drugs Act." and is very similar to those of many of the
States that have recently adopted punr food laws. most
of which are patterned after the United States law.
The regulations and standards adopted are practically
the same as the United States regulations and standards.
with changes made only where necessary to adapt them
to local conditions. These regulations and standards are
now in the hands of the printer, and will soon he ready
for distribution to all applicants. together with a copy of
the Pure Food and 1Drugs Law.
The Florida law differs from the United Stares law.
and that of most States, in requiring the statement of
the percentage of alalcoholrn ll .. 7 ,.s of fool., o.' lw' 1
as d rn ts.
Foods, as defined in the law. Section 3. includes all
articles used for food. drink, confectionery, or condiment.
by man or other animal, whether simple, mixed or coin-
pound.
Section 5 declares packages are "mnishranded." in case
of foods and drugs, if they fail to hear a statement. in
conspicuous letters, of the quantity or proportion per-
centage l of any alcohol, etc.. contained therein.
As there are many liquors, spirituons. malt and vinous.
ales, ciders and divers so-called non-alcoholic drinks.
"Hop-ales," "Ifop-olines." "Malts" "Malt Brews"
"Uno," and many other ordinary beers, with from two to
six per cent. or more alcohol therein, it will be necessary








for all dealers to have the same properly labeled, at once,
or be made liable under Section 1 of the law for mis-
branding.
This law was approved June 3d. 1907. It has been
published in full by a number of the State papers, has
also been published in a number of county papers,
together with the other laws of 1907. A large issue of the
law in pamphlet form has been made, and copies mailed
to all applicants.
The law has been in force since September 1st. 1907,
allowing all parties interested ample time to inform
themselves as to its requirements. The object of the law
is to prevent thlie sle of impure, adulterated, misbranded
or spurious goods. to protect the honest manufacturer, or
dealer, from the unfair competition of the makers of
impure, or adulterated goods. and to protect the con-
sumer from adulterated, spurious and often dangerous
drugs, drinks and foods.
The execution of the law is entrusted to the Depart-
ment of Agriculture in general, under the direction of the
Commissioner of Agriculture. The direct supervision
and execution of the law. is placed in the hands of the
State Chemist, and his assistants. All correspondence
should be with the Department of Agriculture. All
blanks, pamphlets. rules, regulations, standards, de-
cisions. etc., can he obtained by writing to the Commis-
sioner of Agriculture for the same.
While it is not the intention of the Department to
harshly interpret, nor to enforce with undue rigor, the
law, rules and regulations, it will require all manufac-
Inrers and dealers to comply with the same, and when it
is found that the law is being evaded, or ignored, prompt
action will be taken.
It is to be hoped that the "Pure Food and Drugs Law,"
like the "Commercial Fertilizer Law," and the "Commer-
cial Feed Stuff Law," will soon be understood by manu-
facturers. dealers, and consumers, thus protecting alike
the honest manufacturer, dealer and consumer from the
fraudulent and unfair competition of the makers of
"cheap," or adulterated, spurious, unwholesome, or dan-
gerous foods and drugs.
Relieving the Department will have the assistance and
moral support of all good citizens of the State, who
desire to obtain only pure food and drugs for their fain-











ilics, lheir wive ; ;111(1 children, Ils well a for 1114 1 -:lilt(,
1111(1 (101), Hin athIle pteoplte do not les'ire to i'wy firsil cla's
Prices for iniferior weS1:11is. ulI askr ill hart co-
opeialOiln of all jie~sonfs. INI inaaiafamtoiev it" doaler.
.11(1 l11W vllis ilille1 ill1 t lhe('e iflhlIo e ll of lawhe .
Copies of Ille law, ru1les alid rogmhlrtnioll. u1;1
Me (. Will hpse wi t;ill a 1iii.Iteli~i ;in un1 illi
iifacliillcl-S (if foals. uuiiiks. and dugshlg 'lild Ii ifolill.
tieaillieIl as of' thie li111ilielillels of' the law\ mid u~iv~laruims.

Iwc((55tssz coimtplialnfots. cos(41. anid anllioynalile In iiitii
selves a1d Ihe Dep1 all n lit. R. 1". RO( SEC.
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