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    Title Page
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    State chemist's report
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    Regulations governing the taking and forwarding of fertilizer or commercial feeding stuff samples to the commissioner of agriculture
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    Market prices of chemicals and fertilizing materials at Florida sea ports
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    New York wholesale prices
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    State valuations
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    Composition of fertilizer materials
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    Average composition of commercial feedstuffs
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    Commercial state values of feedstuffs for 1910
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    Soil analyses
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    Water analysis
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    Bureau of fertilizers
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VOLUME 20


FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLETIN


JANUARY 1, 1910

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

B. E. McLIN
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE


REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL DIVISION


R. E.
STATE


ROSE
CHEMIST


Analyses of Fertilizers, Feed Stuff, Food and Drugs.
Rules and Regulations.


Entcred ,;ltnualry s 1, 1903, at ITllahassct. Florida, an sccond-class matter, under
Act of (ongreSS, 'f Illne 1900


These Bulletins are Issued Free to Those Requesting Them


T. J. APPLEYARD, State Printer,
Tallahasseo, Florida.
1910


NUMBER 1











STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT,

1909.


Tallahassee, Florida,
January 1, 1910.
To His Excellency,
Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor.
Tallahassee, Florida.


ERRATUM.

Page, 1, under Expenditures of Chemical Division, the
salary of the Feed Stuff Analyst, $1,500.00, was omitted.
The totals should read as follows:
Total expenses, Chemical Division........... $14,294.18
To credit of General Revenue Fund........... 42,498.42

Total receipts ......................... $56,792.60
On page 12, Revenues Under New Law of 1901, should
read:
1909 ................ 14,294.18 $42,498.42 $56,792.60

Average ............. $ 8,482.74 $23,772.70 $33,666.67



Salary Food and Drug (nemisL...................
Salary Food and Drug Inspector..................... 1,500.00
Cost of samples for Food and Drug analysis ......... ) 937.24
Traveling expenses, Food and Drug Inspector ...... 1
Apparatus Food Laboratory.......................... 73.94
Postage ................................ 63.50
Total expenses, Chemical Division ................. $12,794.18
To Credit of General Revenue Fund. ................ 43,998.42
Total Receipts ................ . ... ..... $56,792.60












STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT,

1909.


Tallahassee, Florida,
January 1, 1910.
To His Excellency,
Albert'W. Gilchrist, Governor.
Tallahassee, Florida.
Sir:-
I have the honor to submit the following report of the
Chemical Division of the Agricultural Department of the
State of Florida, for the year ending December 31, 1909.

RECEIPTS.
The records of the office of the Agricultural Department, and
report of the State Treasurer, show the sale of inspection
stamps covering 154,740.28 tons of Commercial Fertilizers-
Am counting to ....................................... $38,685.07
And 62,350.12 tons of Commercial Feeding Stuffs-
Amounting to ....................................... 18,087.53

A total revenue of...................... .......... $56,792.60
paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the General Revenue
Fund. From which is to be deducted the total expenses of the
Chemical Division, and the expenses of the Department of Agri-
culture, incident to the execution of the Fertilizer, Feed Stuff,
and Pure Food and Drug Laws.

EXPENDITURES OF CHEMICAL DIVISION.
Salary State Chemist ................................$ 2,500.00
Traveling expenses State Chemist and Assistants..... 696.65
Salary Fertilizer Chemist ............................ 1,800.00
Salary Feed Stuff Inspector .......................... 1,500.00
Traveling expenses Feed Stuff Inspector ............. 808.75
Chemicals and Apparatus ......................... .. 1,014.10
Salary Food and Drug Chemist....................... 1,800.00
Salary Food and Drug Inspector ...................... 1,500.00
Cost of samples for Food and Drug analysis......... 937.24
Traveling expenses, Food and Drug Inspector....... .
Apparatus Food Laboratory .......................... 173.94
Postage ......................................... .. .. 63.50

Total expenses, Chemical Division.................. .$12,794.18
To Credit of General Revenue Fund ................. 43,998.42

Total Receipts ....................................$56,792.60












ANALYTICAL WORK.


The following analyses were made during the year:
Official samples fertilizers (drawn by chemist).... 211
Special samples fertilizers (-aent in by citizens).... 366
Official samples, feed stuff (drawn by inspector) 235
'Special samples feed stuff (sent in by citizens)..... 33
Oil. 1.11 food and drug samples (drawn by inspector) 217
Special food and drug samples (sent in by citizens) 110
Miscellaneous samples (sent in by citizens)........ 239

Total number analyses ....................... .... 11



FERTILIZERS.
L. Ileimburger, M. S., Analyst.

Of the 211 official samples analysed, 155 samples were
of complete goods; 56 samples were of fertilizer materials.
The 155 samples of complete fertilizer drawn by the
State Chemist, had the following average composition and
guarantee:

Ammonia. Available Phos. Acid. Potash.
Official analysis .......... 3.84 7.15 7.62
Guarantee ................ 3.62 6.25 7.07
Excess above guarantee... 0.22 0.90 0.55
Average State value found, per ton........ $29.81
Average State value guaranteed, per ton.... 28.47

EXCESS 0.20% ABOVE GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers exceeding the guarantee
0.20 (twenty points) as follows:
In Ammonia ............... 6!) samples, or ...44.5%
In Available Phosphoric Acid 117 samples, or .... 75.5%
In Potash. .............. 102 samples, or .... 65.8%

DEFIC IENCY, 0.20%, BELOW GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers below guarantee 0.20%
(twenty points) as follows:
In Ammonia ............. 21 samples, or ... .13.6%
In Available Phosphoric Acid 17 samples, or .... .11 %
In Potash (K, 0).......... 25 samples, or .... 16.1%











(FOOD AND 1DRU1S.
A. 31. Henry, H. S. Anly!st.

Official sam ples ................ .... ...... 217
Special samples, sent in by citizen ............... 110

Total analyses ........... ..... ... ... :127

Official samples found adullerat'ed ................ 8
Official sampless found umisbra; ded. .............. ..-12

Those samples found adulterated or mnisbranded have
been reported to the proper officer. In all cases lhe deal-
ers and manufacturers have corrected the labels by plac-
ing the proper labels on the goods or by withdrawing the
otlending," materials from lthe nmrket.
Several proseculions for misbranding have been had and
in a number of cases the parties have been found guilty
and punished by fine. These prosecutions, however, are
not part of ihe duty of the Chemical Division, but come
under the jurisdiction of the various courts. The evidence
of adulteration or nisbranding only being furnished by
the Chemical Division.


COMMERCIAL STOCK FEED.
E. Peck Greene, R. S., Analyst.

Ti' following analyses have been made during the year:

Official! samples Feed Stufti.. .................... 2:,5
Special samples Feed StAff. .....

T total a lll yses ................................ 2 8

The average eniposition of the official samples was as
follows:
Starch and
Protein Sugar Fa s
Official analysis ...............17. 0; 5 .(i. 1 4. 0:
Guaranteed analysis. .......... 17. 5S 51.00 4.22

E excess ...... ................ 0.11 2.91
D oficiene ............. 19










We find the official samples of Feed Sluff exceeded the
guarantee 0.'-'i twentyy points) as follows:
In Protein .............. 118 samples, or .. .. .51.1%
In Starch and Sugar ....... 24 samples, or ....066.6%
In Fats ................ 5S samples, o ....25.. 6%

There was a deficiency of 0.20iP (20 points) as follows:
Jn Prolein ............... 84 samples, or ....3G. % :
In Starch and Sugar....... 57samlpltes. 1or ....:'().';'
In Fals .................. 108 samples, or .47.7%o

]I will lie noted tha Ithe consumer. and tlie ,loal dealer,
do not lake advantage of their privilege under the law Io
send in the "eSpecial tS4ample" of Feed Stulff, as do lhe
consumers off, and local dealers in Fertilizers-. During lhe
year Oui :T: "'Special Samples" of Feeld Stifl' were sent
in 1y lpurchasers,. under Section i of the Feed Stuff Law,
while I here were no less Than :t10 Special Samples of Fer-
lilizers (sett i--conelusively showing Ilat 1ile consumer
rf 'Ferlilizer more fully appreciates lie protection af-
forded hiem by the 'Special Sample."
When llie dairyman, and others feeding live stock-
leanmser's, draymenl, turpentine prodllcers, etc.- using
arlge ammonns of commercial Feed Stu'ff, realize as do
lihe Fertilizer consumers, the advantage of purchasing
nly such feedl s as will produce the iest results: either
for milk, flesh, fal, or force, and insist upon getting it;
and (1hen confirm file representalions of the "Guarantee
Tag" hy sending in a S ... I Sample" of any suspected
goods. tile Commercial Feed Stuff of the State will lie
placed on as. high a plane as Fertilizers now occupy.
Muchi of the excellence of our Fertilizer and its uniform
excess above guarantee. is due io the liberal use of the
'Special Sample" by fruit and vegetable growers of the
St ate. (n Ihi' subject I can lut repeat a stateen!et made
in former reports, bearing in mind that the right to send
in "Special Samples" by citizens of the State, applies
equally lo Feed Stlufl and to Fertilizers.
The analytical tales show the results of the closer
inspection and general intelligent demand for a better
grade of material, few cases of adulteration or deficiency
have been discovered. Numerous cases of mishranding
have been found which have been corrected and the goods
so labeled as to truthfully so forti the materials used in
their ianullfacnure.











During hle year considerable additions have been made
lo the apparatus, and fixtures of the various laboratories,
to facilitate Ihe increased demands for analytical work
made necessary yv the increased interest taken by the cit-
izens of 1he State in the work of the Chemical Division,
and their demand for information, as to the purily, coin-
posi ion and value of the various Fertilizers, Feed Stuffs,
Food and Drugs sold in the Stale.
'his interest is evidenced by the greater number of
"Spei, ca S:amples," (drawn )y thie citizens) sent to the
Slate Laboratory, showinL an increased interest in the
worth of lie Division, and nI intelligent demand for in-
formation, and accurate knowledge of lhe value of the
various nliaerials sold. such as Fertilizers. Stock Feed,
and Food for human consumptll ion.
This demanild for lmateriials being truthfully and hon-
estll labeled, wiih the proportions of valuable constitu-
ents naccu'ratiely stated is not confined to the conslluer,
bui is also being demanded by the various dealers
thiughout the St ate who seek information as to tlie ac-
lt!i! V'lel otl loda pu"lrchlased, in orldelr to project them-
seclves and Iheir pliatrons from adilterated, miislranded
and low grade goods.
in this connection I quote from a paper prepared and
read by myself before the e Soutlern States Agricultural
Conmminssionalrs at Columnlia.n, S. C., as follows:
mAs most of olr Slalts provided for the regulation and
sale of commercial fertilizers, and stock feed, to protect
their business inleresls, their cimops, their live stock. and
bank accounts; before they framed laws to protect Ihem-
selves. heir families, their wives and their children, from
inlmple, unwholesome, and frequently dangerous foods
and drugs: we see the commercial, economic, or business
interests were first considered by our legislative bodies,
in answer to a general economic demand on the part of
our people.
"The history of the fertilizer law,-particularly those
of ltle cotton States, where commercial fertilizers were
first used to any great exti nt and where by far the larg-
est market for commercial fertilizers still exists.-is well
known. How the law was opposed by manufacturers and
dealers, and frequently by coinsuiers; the ridicule and
frequently unjust criticism of the law, and its advocates;
lhe frequent evasion of its provisions, not only by the











manufacturer, dealer or importer, but often by the con-
sumer, who had no faith in 'book farming,'-nor agri-
cultural science. How difficult it was to teach the farm-
er that one ton of 'guano' might be more valuable to his
crops than another; that he might be wasting his money
for an entirely useless material,-not demanded by his
crops,-and neglecting to apply the material his fields re-
quired.
"The history of lie fertilizer legislation, and regulation,
the gradual growth of knowledge, among tlie consmlners,
the manufacturers and dealers, is well known. To-day the
most ardent supporters of the various fertilizer laws. are
the legitimate manuiac lurers of and dealers in standard
fertilizers. Our farun!mes are being rapidly educated to lie
economic use of lte necessary plant foods, to produce lihe
best results, with the least expenditure of cash.
"Tle experiences of my own State, and I am informed
by members that other States have had tihe same troubles,
-has been that the law was first opposed by the man-
ufacturers and the dealer, and was a matter of indiffer-
ence to the consumer who would complain loudly of
the poor quality of feed sold him at current prices; crit-
icise lie law and the officers, and take no steps to help
himself, nor assist the officer in providing a better qual-
ity for the same price.
''GIradualIv, however, the consumer began to recognize
the fact, that if lie demanded regularn goods,' properly
labeled, in plaiii terms, and refused others, lie procured
a be1fer imperial. Soon the dealer discovered lie could
also, by demanding legally branded and guaranteed goods,
--and by refusing to deal with factories or manufacturers
that neglected or refused Io comply wil thle law,---pro-
cure a material more satisfactory to his trade, at ihe
snme price, as formerly paid for materials of questionable
value.
a a -* *
"The execution of the Pure Food and Drug Law pre-
sents some features not common to Fertilizer and Stock
Feed Laws, though the demand for this law comes from
the same cause; a desire to purchase standard goods at
market prices; an economic law. The enforcement of
this law will be successful in the exact proportion, as the
public are educated as to its economy, no sentiment, fam-











ily relations, children's health, public benefit, honesty of
purpose, civic duties, welfare of community, will affect
the issue.
"When we can show the public, by facts and figures,
that Itey are paying more for their impure, sophisticated,
misbranded foods, drugs and drinks, than the pure ar-
ticles are worth, then will the pure food act become popu-
lar and he enforced. When the people know that certain
'predigested,' 'brain,' 'infant,' 'nerve,' and other patent
foods are sold for from four to ten times their value as
food; that good wheat, barley, oats and corn. properly
prepared, are equally valuable, though costing from one
hundred to one thousand per cent less, the public will as-
sist in the enforcement of lhe law. When so-called 'ton-
ics,' 'elixers,' 'renevators,' mnaltines.' and other similar
cure-ills, so largely advertised, are shown to be more
or less (generally lmore 'bunlcome,' and but a cover for
very inferior articles of clheap alcoholic stimulants, the
public will refuse (to purchase and will demand only those
goods known to be sold at something like their commercial
value.
"On ilie whole, the progress in the execution of the
Pure Food and Stock Feed Law, has for the short period
of tl eir existence been satisfactory.
'The education of the public i rough our Farmers' In-
stie agties, agricultural and loter technical schools, the ef-
for;; of lhe vari e ous Agriliitural Departments through
the various unlletins, am1 p:r"ticunlrly the Agricultural
prie-s has ibeT o mo Vn'le for relling la ( d and for
pun ftd and drugs. ,1r t least for a knowledge of lithe
real vli, le. c(o N etirci il it li aciuani of (he g(od, oTered.
"Thl'e st ill remains nmch to be accomplished; much
depends on the executive aHility of the various officers
charged ,, wilth the enforccsinmeo of the law; (heir patience
and g' .oo common sense must be exercised largely, in
tellhing the inuifacturer, the dealer and the consumer
thai(t lHonesty is thie best policy,' that neither of them
c(an h1)ope long to deceive the otiler. That the exposure is
suie to follow in time, of all unworthy 'tricks of the
trade,' and that retribution will be demanded by the
vi( fim.
"The persistent adulterator must be prosecuted, his
methods exposed, and his business made unprofitable by
publicity. In other words, the public must be educated to











distinguish the true from the false, in this as well as all
oiher matters, and must have the facts brought forcibly
and clearly before it. Even if it be necCesary to harshly
apply the 'lfll penalty of the law 1o a few frauds in the
oulset, who persisi in evading its provisions.
"A few such examplles will go far towards purging com-
merce of the wide spread evil, which has grown in a few
years to such pl'porlions as 1(to case the present general
demand for its suppressioni, and obliteral ion."
The very considerable increase inl cost of all food stuff
has necessniil increased thlie demand for cheaper mate-
rials and (ie alleniptl to substilme inferior, for better
grade goods: it has also created a demand by tlie con-
sulimer f(o Ihle "valoe of his iionle." hence the iinlte',res now
heing so generally given to the purchase of food materials
at h lei.r actual value: lho.l by tlle dealer anid the con-
Smlller.
()wing io thie increased imporahince, and greater scope
of work of ilthe Chemiecal division. 1ie larger number. and
more varied class of mlalterials, now necessary to examine,
lie increased expense, and increased revenue derived from
1he Division. I believe lti a short hlisl ory or' he estab-
lishmelnt and grollwth of the Division, would 1be of inter-
(et o Ilihe cilizen. The causes leading to its establishment,
iand( gradual griowlhi in answer 1o ihe demands of ile cit-
izens of the Siale--as follows:

THE CIl 'MI('.AI DIVISION OF TiIE A(I1CITL-
TUIAL 1) EPI'ARTAENT OF THE' STATE OF
FLORIDA.

The law creating ihe Chenical Division of the Agri-
(.uliural Department was passed by the Legislaiure of
lS,19, in compliance will lhe demands of 1Ilie Fruit and
Vegetable grow-ers of thie Stale, fo(r prolection froe' tlhe
nlotoriolusly alteialed adand nmisliuraded fertilizers sold
in thlie State. At thal time Florida having no laws pro-
hibiting lthe sale, of inferior, and often wortliless, fertil-
izers, was the dumping ground for goods that- could not
he sold in otlier Stales. A1 the same time, It1SS. he De-
partiment of Agriclilure was established.
The first State Chemis, thle lale lProfessor' Norman
Robinson, organized the Department and served as State
Chemist until the Hon. W. A. Rawls was appointed by











Governor Mitchell in 1S93. Professor Rawls served until
August, 1901, when 1he present State Chemist, R. ose,
was appointed by Governor Jennings; having been nom-
inated by tlie first prinillry held in the State in 1!00,
under our present primary law.
The first law of 1 SS!) was crude, and in many particu-
lars impractical. No assistants were provided. and no
funds alppropvialed to canry out the law. excepting such
is might ele derived I'rm the Inspection Fee odf 25 cents
per ton on fertilizers. Inspectors were allowed a salary
not io exceed 880O per annum, with no allowance for
Traveling, hence, naturally, t revenues wee liees e w nut little
more tlan lihe expenses of 1le office. luchl credit is due
in Pr1ofes sol Rlobinsll for 11ie efficient imaniner in which
he performed his duties and the imlprovelent lie affected
in the quality of fertilizers sold in the Slale, having no
funds to work witlih. ln crude and inferior apparatus,
and exceedingly limited ilahornioy facilities. At this
i il( a tee of' 1wo dollars was allowed liy law to Ile charged
for "Special Saimples" drawn iby citizens and sen 1io the
State Lalioralory for analysis. The law was of little direct
hI:nefil to any vilizen of tli State, affording lille ]pro-
1rclion to Ilie individual, though 1ihe quality of the fer-
tilizers sold were generally mu1(h inimpoved, and a number
of inferior brands driven from lihe Stale.
The law was modified in 1Y8:; employing all assilant
Stale Chemist who was the lnspeclor of Fertilizers,
lhoalgh no fluids were provided to enable himn to visit and
inspect lie various factories and warehouses of lie State.
At his owni expense, \. A. Rawls, while Slate Chemist,
did travel extensively, visiting factories, warehouses,
fields and groves, inspecting ihe goods soll. and instruct-
inlg Ill consumer of fertilizers: by 1his means the rev
enues were materially increased, and the quality of ihe
fertilizers sold in the State greatly improved. rlecogniz-
ing this facl the Legislature of :1!)1I by a relief bill re-
paid 3Mr. Rawls a part of his expenditures in traveling
over the State in lie interests of 1lie farmers, fruit grow-
ers and ohlier consumers of fert.ilizers.
The present Fertilizer Law-prepared by tlie present
State Chemist, was passed in 1901. Recognizing lihe im-
portance of the supervision of hle factories and ware-
houses; the fields, groves and gardens where fertilizers
are manufactured and used, the frequent inspection of
goods sold throughout the Slate, the necessity of educat-











ing the consumer by close personal contact with the of-
ficial charged with his protection-a small fund, $750.00
per annum, was appropriated for the purpose, and sub-
sequently increased to one thousand dollars per annum.
The "Special Sample" drawn by the citizens purchasing
fertilizer or feed stuff, and sent to the State Laboratory
for anal ysis, free of cost was provided for; the wisdom
of this expenditure, for supervision and inspection, and
this privilege of free analy of fe n is of samples properly drawn
by t1he citizen-was ilminediaiely received, in the great in
crease of revenue,, and more particularly in the increased
value and uniform quality of the goods sold throughout
the State.
The revenues under the old law-which provided no
"traveling expenses," to inspect or supervise tlhe factories,
warehouses, fields and groves, and to enforce the payment
of the revenue, were as follows:
GIlOSS REVENI'E UNDER OLDI LAW.
For 18S8 ................................ 86, 6.7S
For 189S 9 .............. ................. 6,004.05.
For 1900 ............................. (;,7:8.78

Gro( s average per annum............... .7,020.5:

I'nder the present law of 1901, and amendments there-
to the gross and net revenues, and all expenses of salaries,
Iravelinlig oxpelses, new buildings. and apparatus, have
been as follows:

1R\ VENUES UNDEiR NEW LAW OF 1901.

Net Gross
Year Expenses Revenue Revenue
1901 .............. -1,:!5. 1 .. 8,(;77.514 1.'8. ,072.95
19L112 .............. 4,8:S 10 12.:;5:.95 17,1S8 .05
190) : .............. 6. ,145.16 1 ;, .42 22,761.58
190 .......... .... 6,55( .61 21.961. 57 28,518.1i
190!.5 ...... ....... 6,9:S. 77 24,596.09 :1l 8(i
1906 .............. 8,557. (;1 :4,2:2.58 42.790.19
1907 .............. 11.5141.44 :t 1,!!4.26 4:,535.70
1908 ............... 1(;,781 .05 30,021.87 4(.805.92
1909 .............. 12,7 4 .18 42,998.42 56,792.60

A average ......... 8.n1i.0 .8 l21,' ) .-.:-i;i;;.67












Beginning in 1901 with an inferior and inadequate lab-
oratory, with cramped and badly arranged working room,
with but one assistant, and no inspector, with no modern
appliances-lthe Chemical D)iision has been built up in
nine years to a modern, up-to-date Laboratory, equal to
any State Laboratory, and superior to most. With prop-
erly design d, well lighted rooms, wilh modern equipment.
Three distinct laboratories are provided for Fertilizers,
Feeds, and Foods and Drugs. Each well supplied with
modern apparatus, chemicals and supplies. The Division
employs besides tie State Chemist, who is the executive
lheac of' the Division, three competent analysts, all grad-
ltes of the Florida University; and two competent in-
spectors whlo (ravel over the State constantly, drawing
stnlples for analysis, and seeing that the laws are com-
plied with-whiile the increase in net revenue-from
S8.677 in 1901 to i43,!998.42 in 1909, has been great; the
increase in the quality of Fertilizers and Feeds sold in the
State has been of vastly greater value to the citizens of
the State.
Comparisons of analysis of materials sold in the State
prior to the passage of the present law and amendments
thereto, and its general application, and active enforce-
nent, made possible by the appropriation of the necessary
funds to travel over, and inspect the factories, and ware-
houses of the State, show that there has been an average
increase in the actual value of the goods (Fertilizers
and Feeds) sold, of more than ten per cent. As there was
consumed in the State during 1909 154,740 tons of ferti-
lizer, costing an average of $30 per ton, aggregating
$4,642,200; and 62,350 tons of commercial feed stuff, cost-
ing an average of $32 per ton, the total amount paid by
our citizens for these necessities was $6,578,400. An in-
crease of ten per cent in the value of these articles rep-
resents q657,840, saved to the people of the State.
The actual expense or cost of this increased value of
the goods sold has been an average of $8,316.08 per an-
num. These expenses include the cost of the new labora-
tory buildings, apparatus and fixtures, chemicals, sal-
aries and traveling expenses; wilh an average net rev-
enue, paid into the General Fund of $24,939.36.
This increase in value of goods sold to the citizens of
the State, and the revenues derived therefrom, is not at-
tributable only to an increase in the amount of goods












sold in the State-but to a closer inspection, and enforce-
ment of the law. made possible by the appropriation of
the necessary funds, required to properly carry out the
provisions of the law, and educate lihe consumer to de-
mand a full compliance with the guarantee, and compel
all manufacturers to pay the inspection fee fixed by law-
which under the old law, with no inspection or super-
vision, was evaded in many cases.

SPECIAL SAMPLES.

Florida is the only State in the IUnion that provides
for the "'p.. i1.. Sample," drawn by the consumer, or pur-
chaser, under proper rules and regulations fixed by law-
to be sent to the State Laboratory for analysis free of
cost-any citizen in the State who has purchased Fer-
lilizers or Feeds for his own use may draw a sample of
the same, according to law, and have the same analysed
by the Stale Chemist free of cost. And in case of adul-
teration or deficiency he can, on establishing tle fact,
receive double the cost of price demanded, for the goods.
The law requires the "Special Samples" to be drawn in
a manner to prevent the submission of spurious samples;
rules and regulations are published in every Bulletin for
drawing and transmitting "Special Samples."
This Special Sample has been a most potent factor in
enforcing the law, and discouraging the sale of adulter-
ated or misbrandded goods.
Special Samples of Foods and )rugs may also be sent
o1 the State Laboraiory for analysis free of cost, when the
sample is properly drawn according to law. Tie necessary
instructions, and blanks required to properly draw and
transmit samples of "Food and Drugs" will be( seni to any
citizen requesting the same.
"TIll SPECIAL SAMPLE Fl'-INISllES TlE C(ON-
SUM1ElI' WITH TIHE SAME P[OTIECITION I)EMAND-
Eli BY TIlE MANUFACTURER,. WHOI) BI S HIS MA-
TEL [ALS ONLY UPON GIARANTEEI AND PAYS
FOR TIHEM ACCORDINGi TO ANALYSIS AND IS
PAI FOR BY THE CONSUMER O(T OF THE'
FUNDS I DERIVED FROM Trn T INSPECTION FEE
OF TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER TON, PAID ON
FERTILIZERS AND FEEDS SOLD IN THE STATE."












The "Special Sample" is doubtless creditable with
much of thIe success ind efficiency 'of the Chemical Divi-
sion, in enforcing the law; it makes each dealer, and con-
sumer largely responsible for tlhe purily or quality of the
goods sold, or purchased, and gives to the citizens of the
State lhe opportunity to protect himself from fraudulent
or inferior goods, it gives the citizen the right to quickly
inform himself as to the correctness of the guarantee on
the package.
There is no reason why any citizen should accept and
pay for adulterated, deficient or damaged Fertilizers,
Feeds, Foods or Drugs. The State provides the means for
his protection, only requiring him to use the means pro-
vided. Draw the samples properly, as provided by law
and regulations, and properly transmit them t tthe Com-
missioner of Agriculture for analysis by the Stale Chem-
ist.
That the citizens of the State appreciate and make use
of the "Special Sample" is evidenced by the large number
sent in for analysis as shown in the tables of analytical
results.
The manufacturers of standard, reliable Fertilizers and
Feed Stuffs are Ihe most earnest supporters of the law,
recogn izing tie fact that the law protects the honest
manufacturer from Ihe unfair competition of tihe dishon-
est mixer of Fertilizers, Foods and Irugs and Feeds.
Under previous conditions the sale of honest Fertilizers
or Feeds, B]rans and Shorls and mixed feeds, was impra-c-
tical. the merchant or dealer in honest goods, could not
compete with the low grade, adulterated and inferior ma-
terials. The onlv dealers and manufacturers who criticize
tlhe law, and object to its enforcement, are those who de-
sire io sell inferior, damaged or adulterated material.

SI (ACESTIONS ANI) I:COM313INDATIONS.

In-pectors-Al present there are two\ Inspectors em-
ployed. one for Feed Stuff, one for Foodls and Drugs. The
State (', ... is the on ly inspector' of Fertilizers.
I would su-ggesl that not less than three Inspectors be
emnplo ed. Each lo have autlhoviy to draw samplles of all
goods subject to inspection, that is, Fertilizers, Foods and
D)rugis. and Feeds, having authority to seize any material
misbrand(ed. or lhat fails to bear thle proper inspection
stamp. Thai one of Thele Inspectors be located at each












large city, Pensacola, Jacksonville, and Tampa, and have
charge each of a Congressional District. Subject to or-
ders of the Commissioner of Agriculture, and at his direc-
tion be detailed to any part of the State if necessary. That
the State Chemist have as now the general supervision of
the inspection of goods throughout the State in order to
frequently consult, assist, and direct the Inspectors in
their work.

STAND)AIDS.

It is evident that Standards should be fixed by law for
Mixed Feeds, and for certain by-products of factories
used for feed, to prevent the sale of materials below the
average of such goods, though properly guaranteed; a
number of States have adopted such standards, fixing the
minimum of the valuable ingredients in Mlixed Feed Stuff
permissible in feeds sold in the State. Florida should fix
similar standards as without them, foods not salable in
other States, can be sold in Florida, though truthfully
labeled they are not standard foods, and should not be
sold as Concentrated Feed Stuff.
Very respectfully,
R. E. ROSE,
State Chemist.










REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND
FORWARDING OF FERTILIZER OR COMMERCIAL
FEEDING STUFF SAMPLES TO THE COMMI-
SIONER OF AGRICULTURE.
SECTION 15 OF THE LAWS.
Special samples of Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding
Stuffs sent in by purchasers, under Section 9 of the laws,
shall be drawn in the presence of two disinterested wit-
nesses, from one or more packages, thoroughly mixed, and
A FAIR SAMPLE OF THE SAME OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHT OUNCES
(ONE-HALF POUND) SHALL BE PLACED IN A CAN OR BOTTLE,
SEALED AND SENT BY A DISINTERESTED PARTY TO THE COMMIS-
SIONER OF AGRICULTURE AT TALLAHASSEE. NOT LESS THAN
EIGHT OUNCES, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE, WILL BE ACCEPTED
FOR ANALYSIS. This rule is adopted to secure fair samples
of sufficient size to make the necessary determinations,
and to allow the preservation of a duplicate sample in case
of protest or appeal. This duplicate sample will be pre-
served for two months from date of certificate 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 fre-
quently 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
pouinld, in ( c(n or" bottle, scaled and addr' .'d to the
Commissioner of Agriculture. The sender's name and ad-
dress must also be on the package, this rule applying to
special samples of fertilizers or commercial feeding stuff.
-- ,11]











INSTRUCTIONS TO MANUFACTURERS AND
DEALERS.

Each package of Commercial Fertilizer and each pack-
age of Commercial Feeding Stuff must have, securely
attached thereto, a tag with the guaranteed analysis re-
quired 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 that does not bear
on each package an analysis tag with the guarantee re-
quired 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 and stamp being evidence that the manufacturer
or dealer has not complied with the law. Without the guar-
antee tag and stamp showing what the goods are guaran-
teed 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 repu
table manufacturers and dealers now comply strictly with
the law and regulations by placing the guarantee tag and
stamp on each package.

INSTRUCTIONS TO SHERIFFS.

The attention of Sheriffs of the various counties is called
to Section 3 of both laws, defining their duties. This de-
partment expects each Sheriff to assist in maintaining the
law and protecting the citizens of the State from the impo-
sition of fraudulent, inferior or deficient Commercial Fer
tilizers or Commercial Feeding Stuffs.











MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTIL-
IZIN( MATERIALS AT FLORIIDA SEA
po)Ts, .JAN'A ltY 1, 110.


Less than Ten tons
ten (ills. and over.
Nitrate of Soda, 17 per ceoi A\ioonia. ..'.52.00 .51.f00
Sulphite dit .ninboih, 25 per cen Am-
1 o101 i ............. ......... 70.iO (i 0
Driodl 11100n. B o i P ;i' iw '!, Al-\ n io in;.... .)!!.!!).00 00



ligUlih (! e !ini i hae of ( ii;!.h, 4S per
.,,ni. P',li .isi l (KI ( ) .. .. .. .. .....I... 0( 1t9.00
Low (rilh Si!phate of P;'w' .!. 26 per
cent Potash (K,O) ................ : 29.00
Muriate of Potash, 50 per c oil. oi-
ash (I K,0) ......... .............. ;.00 45.00
Ca;rlouale( of Potash, 60 per ci. e. Pot-
ash (KL () ..... .................. 110.00 .....
Nitrale of Potoash. 15 1,per cent. Am-
inol1ia, 4- per cent. Potash K0)) ... )0. 89.00'
Eainit, 12 pie' cent. Potash i K.. 11.00 12.00
Canada IlItriwoo; Ashes, -! p;Tr cent.
Potash (KO) .......... .......... 1I.00 17. 0

AMMO.' .I NIA A.I ) PIli s ;Io I \"i) .

High (Grah liPiol ;io l Pon, 11) per
Lcenl' Aniilnonia, .)0 p ler c.-Ut. Phos-
phi .cid ............ ............. 0o 19. (i
!l:in a;Imf I"o we. 8 per c it. A .\iiini ia,
10 l c ni. Phii, splhilori Acid ......... : .. 0 35.(l0
a llo (l ra';le Ii od! !tid l. I ie, i..tu 0 pite
cenl. Ainioni, Si per cent. Pho'.phoric
Acid ....... ............. .... : .t00 1. '
)Raw It (n. 1 pScr [cent. A.mmini ia, 22
per ceni. Plhospl orie Acid .......... :',W.) ...;0;!
r(Jrom, n'as'or oninraee. 5.5w) pr cent.
AilntIi;i. 2 Iper ('ut Phi Pi(! lioH eic Acid 2(!.00 25.(!O
Brih'it C.ollon Seed Mhal, 7..i)0 p,r cent.
A o ia ........................ ; O 1. 0 n.o
Dark ('rii Seed 3Meal1. 1:.,J [per cent.


A m111 ia ............ .......... : 0. 00


29.'0











PIiOSPIHORIC ACID.

High Grade Acid Phosphate, 10 per
cent. Available Phosphoric Acid .... 15.00 $14.00
Acid Phosphate, 11 per cent. Available
Phosphoric Acid .................. 14.00 13.00
Bone Black, 17 per cent. Available
Phosphoric Acid .................. 25.00 24.00
Odorless Phosphate, 11t per cent. Avail-
able Phosphoric Acid.............. 25.00 24.00

MiSCELLA N OcU .3.

High Grade Ground Tobacco Stems,
2 per cent. Ammonia, 8 per cent.
Potash (K,0) ..................... 22.00 21.00
ligh Grade Kentucky Tobacco Stems,
2.50 per cent. Ammonia, 10 per cent.
Potash (K,O ) ..................... 25.00 21.00
Tobacco Dust, No. 1. 2 per ccent. Am-
monia, 2 per cent. flash (K,0) .... 25.00 2-1.00
Cut Tobacco Stems, 2 per cent. Am-
monia, I per cent. Polash (1K,0) .... 20.00 1:. 00
Dark Tobacco Siems, baled, 2 per cent.
Ainmnoni, per ceon. Potash (K.,0) .. 19.00 1 S.00
Land Pl'aser ....................... 12.00 11.001

['The charges ,y reputable iac iufac irers for mixing and
S,..'I-: any special or regular formula are $1.50 per ton
in excess of above prices.













NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES, CURRENT JAN.
1, 1910-FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

AMMAIONIATES.

Anlnonia, sulphate, foreign, prompt,
per 100 pounds ......................s2. 5 (ir


futures ...................... 2. i
Ammonia, sulp., domestic, spot........ 2. (71
futures ................... 2. 651
Fish scrap, d-ried, 11 per cent. ammonia
and 14 per cent. bone phosphate, f. (.
b. fish works, per unit. .............. 2.5)
wet, acidulated, 6 per cenl.
ammllonia, a: per cent. phts-
ph 'oric acid, f. o. b. fish works 2.:',,
Ground fi1h guanoll, imported, 10 and
11 per cent. ammonia and 15-17 1 ,per
cent. bo:ne phosphate, c. i. f. N. Y.,
Balto. or Phila.................... :..tl
Tankage, 11 per cent. and 15 per cent.
f. o. b. Chicago ................... 2.7 .
Tankage, concentrated, f. o. b. Chicago,
14 to 15 per cent., b. Chicago....... 2.7 '
Garbage, tankage, f. o. b. Chicago..... s. oo
Sheep manure, co ncentrated, f. o. b.
Chicago, per ton .................. !l. !
Hoofmieal, f. o. b. Chicago, per unit ... 2..-
Dried blood, 12-13 per cent. aninonia,
f. o. b. New York ................. 2.!5
Chicago .......................... 2.!90
Nitrate of soda, 95 per cent spot, per
100 pounds ...................... --
futures, 95 per cent......... -

PHOSPHATES.

Acid phosphate, per unit ........... .8 5
Bones, rough, hard, per ton ........ 2'0. 5
soft sleamled unground ..... 1S.,50
ground, steamed, 1 1-4 per
cent. ammonia and GO per
cent. bone phosphate ...... 19).00
ditto, 3 and 50 per cent...... 22. (


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', 2.10

(o :2.10



(U/ .1;))

ru 21.00


6, 19.5)
(u 22.5)
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raw ground, 4 per ('cen. lllamo-
nia and 50 per cent. bone
phospl) hati e ....... ....... 2i. 00
South Carolina Phosplmhae r(.k, un-
dried, per 2,400 1bs., f. o. 1). Ashlcy
R iver ........................... 5 .50
South Carolina 'Phosphale rock,
hot air dried, f. o. 1b. Ashliey l iver.. 7.(00
Florida land pebble phospliha(le rock,
(i8 per cen(., 1. o. 1. Port Taimpa, 3. .75
Florida high'l grade plhosplihae hard
rock. 77 per cent., f. o. b. Florida
or Georgia porls ................. 7
Tennessee phosphaie rock, 1. o. b., Mit.
IPlnslant. domestic, per iou, 7tS 80I)
]er ce'(nt. .................. ......... 0
7.5 per ce n hm i aranll edi ........ I 75
(;'( 72 'pe c(.e l. ................ -1.25


@ 27.00


(T


(U


Oi 7.50


'ti
ir1
01


Mariate polash. basis SO per cent, per
100 pounds....................... 1.90 O i!
Manure salt, 20 per cent. acunal potash 14.75 c@q
double manure sally. 48 per cent .. 1';) ,
Sulphate polnash (basis 90 per cent).. 2.181 (S
Kainit, in biulk, 2,240 pounds ........ S.50 (@


7.2.)
4. 00


5.50
5.00
1. 50


P(aTASIIIS.












STATE VALUATIONS.

For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia
and Potash for the Season of 19!10.

Available Phosphoric Acid............ 5 ceats a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ............1 cent a pound
Ammonia (or its equival nt in nitrogen) 16; cents a pound
Potash (as actual potash (K,O)....... 5. cents a pound
If calculated by units-
Available Phosphoric Acid ............... .1.00 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid.............. 20 c. per unit
Ammi niaz (or its equivalent in nitrogen ) .:'.20) per unit
Potash ................................. 1.10 per unit

Wifli a uniform allowance of $1.50 per ton for mixing
and baggipg.
A unit is twenty pounds. or 1 per cent, in a Ion. 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
Insolmuble Phosphoric Acid..1.50 per cent.x .20- .30
Amnu onia .................. .42 per cent.x 3.20- 10.94
Potash ................... ..7.23 per cent.x 1.10- 7.95
M ixing and Blagging ..........................- 1.50

Cominircial value at sea ports. .................. 26.91

Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:

Available Phosphoric Acid....8 per cent.x$1.00-$ 8.00
Ammonia ........ ........... 2 per ceni.x :.20 6.10
Poit sh ...................... 2 per cent.x 1.10- 2.20
Mixing and Bagging .........................- 1.50

Commercial v lnue at sea ports ................... .IS.O10

The above vanlnations are for cash for materials deliv-
ered at Florida seaports, and they can lIe 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 carload lots for cash, a reduction of
ten per cent. can be made in above valuations, i. e:
Available Phosphoric Acid..............90 cents per unit
Potash (KO) ................... .99 cents per unit
Ammonia (or equivalent in nitrogen) .2.88 per unit

The valuations and market prices in preceding illus-
trations, are based, on market prices for one-ton lots.

STATE VALUES.

It is not intended by the "State valuation" to fix the
price or commercial value of a given brand. The "State
values" are the market prices for the various approved
chemicals and materials used in mixing or manufacturing
commercial fertilizers or commercial stock feed at the
date of issuing a bulletin, or the opening of the "season."
They may, but seldom do, vary from the market prices.
and are made liberal to meet any slight advance or
decline.
They are compiled from price lists and commercial
reports by reputable dealers and journals.
The question is frequently asked: "What is 'Smith's
Fruit and Vine' worth per ton?" Such a question cannot
be answered categorically. By analysis, the ammonia,
available phosphoric acid, and potash may be determined,
and the inquirer informed what the cost of the necessary
material to compound a ton of goods similar to "Smith's
Fruit and Vine" would be, using none but accepted and
well known materials of the best quality.
State values do not consider "trade secrets," loss on
bad bills, cost of advertisements, and expenses of collec-
tions. The "State value! is simply that price at which
the various ingredients necessary to use in compounding
a fertilizer, or feed, can be purchased for cash in ton lots
at Florida sea ports.
These price lists in one and ten-ton lots, are published
in Ihis report, with the "Stale values" for 1910 deducted
therefrom.












25


COMPOSITION OF FERTILIZER MATERIALS.
NITROGENOUS MATERIALS.


POUNDS PER HUNDRED


Ammonia


Phosphoric
Acid


Potash


Nitrate of Soaa..........
Sulphate of Ammonia ...
Dried Blood.............
Concentrated Tankage....
Bone Tankage ...........
Dried Fish Scrap........
Cotton Seed Meal........
Hoof Meal .............


17 to 19 ........... ..............
21 to 24 ........................
12 to 17 ........................
12 to 15 1 to 2 ...........
6 to 9 10 to 15 ..........
8 to 11 6 to 8 ...........
7 to 10 2 to 3 1 to 2
13 to 17 1 to 2 ............


PHOSPHATE MATERIALS.
Pl()'NlS I'EI HUNDRED

Available Inoluble
Ammoni a Phs. Acid 1'hoIPhoric
Acid


Florida Pebble Phosphate. .......... ......
Florida Rock Phosphate..|............ .... .. .
Florida Super Phosphate.. ............. 14 to 19
Ground Bone ............ 3 to 6 5 to 8
Steamed Bone .......... 3 to 4 6 to 91
Dissolved Bone ......... 2 to 4 13 to 15|


26 to 32
33 to 35
1 to 36
15 to 17
10 to 20
2 to S


POTASH MATERIALS AND FARM MANURES.
POUNDS PER HUNDRED

Actual i Phosphoric
Potash i Aimmonia cii I Lime


Muriate of Potash.......
Sulphate of Potash...... 48
Carbonate of Potash .... 55
Nitrate of Potash...... 40
Double Sul. of Pot. & Ma 26
Kainit ................ 12
Sylvinit ............... 16
Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.. 15
Wood Ashes, unleached.. 2
Wood Ashes. leached.... 1
Tobacco Stems........ 5
Cow Manure (fresh) ....
Horse Manure (fresh)..
Sheep Manure (fresh)..
Hog Manure (fresh)....
Hen Dung (fresh)......
Mixed Stable Manure....


50 .. .........
to 52 ........ .........
to 30 ...... .........
to 44 12 to 16 .........
to 30 ....... .........
to 12 ......... ........
to 20 ......... .........
to 30 ........ 7 to 9
to 8 ...... 1 to 2
to 2 ......... 1 to 1l
to 8 2 to 4 .........
0.40 0to0.41 0.16
0.53 Oto 0.60 0.28
0.67 1.00 0.23
0.60 0.55 0.19
0.85 2.07 1.54
0.63 0.76 0.26


10

35 to 40
3j
0.31
0.31
0.33
0.08
0.24
0.70












FACTORS FOR CONVERSION.

To convert-
Ammonia into nitrogen, multiply by............ 0.824
Ammonia into protein multiply by.............. 5.15
Nitrogen into ammonia, multiply by............ 1.214
Nitrate of soda into nitrogen, multiply by....... 16.47
Nitrogen into protein multiply by.............. 6.25
Bone phosphate 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 of 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 potnsh into carbonate of polasli,multiply by 1.466
Chlorine, in "kainit," multiply potash (KO) 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
equivalent to. then multiply 15.65 per cent. by 1.214 and
you get 18.99 per cent., the equivalent in ammonia.
Or, to convert 90 per cent. carbonate of potash into
actual potash (K.0), multiply 90 by 0.681, equals 61.29
per cent. actual potash (K,O).


COPIES OF THE FERTILIZER AND STOCKFEED
LAWS.

Citizens interested in the fertilizer and stock feed laws
of the State. and desiring to avail themselves of their
protection, (an obtain copies free of charge by sending for
same to the Commissioner of Agriculture.
COPIES OF THE PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW.

Copies of the Pure Food and Drug Law, rules and
regulations, standards, blanks, etc., can be obtained from
the Commissioner of Agriculture.












SPECIAL SAMPLES.

It is shown by the number of "Special Samples" (those
dent in direct by the purchaser of fertilizers or feeds) that
the 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. should not hesitate to send in
samples for an 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 direct influence upon the increased quality of the goods
sold in the Stale. When properly drawn, sealed, wit-
nessed and transmitted, the "Special Sample" has proved
a safeguard to the consumer, legitimate dealer, and man-
ufacturer, and a check upon the careless, ignorant, or
fraudulent vendor or manufacturer.
It firn ishcs the consumer with the saic protection
demanded 1!/ the nmanfacturer, irho hbuys his materials
only upon the guarantee, and pays for them according to
an al i,1s.
By ':ir the largest amount of commercial fertilizers used
in Florida are nanufactulred or mixed by factories in
the RSate. Large amounts of fertilizing materials are
imported direct by factories and dealers located at our
seapot'l cities; cargoes of potash salts direct from Ger-
many are now frequently received by Florida importers,
while large amounts of acid phosphate are manufactured
at nIl exported from the various Gulf and Atlantic ports.
Florida consumers may now purchase their fertilizers
and chemicals at Florida seaports as cheaply as at any of
the seaports of tile country.
T''aies of the average composition of feeds and ferti-
lizer imaterinls will he found in this bulletin. The con-
sumer should consult them, compare the guarantee tag
thlcrwith. and if doubtful of the truthfulness of the
"guarantee," send a "Special Sample" in a tin can to the
Coniumissioner of Agriculture for analysis, as directed in
regulations governing the taking and, sending of special
samples-on another page.









28

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL
FEEDSTUFFS.


NAME OF FEED




Bright Cott'n Seed Meal

Dark Cotton Seed Meal

Linseed Meal, old
process ..... . .
Linseed Meal, new pro-
cess ...............
Wheat Bran .........

Wheat Middlings .....

Mixed Feed (Wheat)..

Ship Stuff (Wheat)..

Corn (grain) ........

Corn Meal .... .......

Corn Cobs ...........

Corn and Cob Meal...

Hominy Feed ........

Corn and Oats, equal
parts. ..........
Corn and Oat Feeds..

Barley (grain) .......

Barley Sprouts ......

Barley and Oats, equal
parts .. .. .. .. ..


90.8

20.00


7.50

8.40
9.00

5(40

7.SO8

5.600

2.10

1.90

30.10

6.60

4.051


5.70
12.101

2.70

10.90


(.1o0


39.70 28.60

22.90 37.10


35.70 36.00

36.10 36.70
15.40 5:3.90

15.40 59.40

16.90 51.40

14.60 59.80

10.50 69.60

9.70 68.70

2.40 54.90

8.50 64.80

10.50 65.30


10.50 (64.20
8.70 61.70

12.40 69.S0O

27.20 42.70)


12.10 (4.75


C 4-.
U ^
i Cl
o d '
'S 'SP


S7.801


5.50


7.20

3.60
4.00

4.10










7.SO
5.00










4.40



1.80

1.6()


3.40


5.80

5.00


5.30

5.20
5.80

3.20

5.30

3.70

1.50

1.40

1.40

1.50

2.55


2.20
3.20

2.40

6.30


2.70









29

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL FEED-
STUFFS- (Cont-inucd.)



NAME OF FEED. -



Oats (grain) ........ 9.50 11.80 59.70 5.00 3.00

Oat Feed ............ 6.10 16.00 59.40 7.10 3.70

Rice (grain) ....... 0.20 7.40 79.20 0.40 0.40

Rice Bran ........... 9.50 12.10 49.90 8.80 10.00

Rice nulls ........... 35.70 3.60 38.60 0.70 13.20

Rye I iavin) ........... 1.70 10.60 72.50 1.701 1.90

Ele lrnii ............ 3.50 14.70 03.80 2.80 :3.00

Wheat (grain) ....... 1.80 11.90 71.90 2.10 1.80

Cow Pea ............. 4.10 20.80 55.70 1.40 3.20

Cow Pea Hay ........ 20.10 1i.0 42.20 2.20 7.50

Velv't le;ans Hlls 9.20 19.70 51..0 4.50 3.30

Velvet Pean Hay ... 29.7 1 .70 41.00 1.70] 5.70

le~P'anrweed Hay ... 2-1.701 21.70 30.20 2.30 10.90

Wire rass Hay ...... 31.,10 5.50 48.60 1.50 3.80

('Colit Seed (whole).. 23.20 18.10 24.70 19.90 3.50

Cotton Seed HInuls ... .!40 4.0)0 30.001 2.00 2.00

(illei Feed ......... 5.30! 2).00 1.20 10.001 1.10

1,,ef Serap. .. .. .. I -4.70| 3.28. 11.75 29.20











COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FEEDSTUFFS
FOR 1910.

For the season of 1910 the following "State values"
are fixed as a guide to purchasers.
These values are based on the current price of corn,
which has been chosen as a standard in fixing the com-
mercial values; the price of corn, to a large. extent, gov-
erning the price of other feeds, pork, beef, etc.:

COMMERCIAL VALUES OF FEEI)STUFFIt'S FOR 1910.

Protein, 3} cents per pound .......... 5 cents per unit
Starch and Sugar, 1 cents per pound. .30 cents per unit
Fats, 3} cents per pound............. 65 cents per unit
A unit being 20 pounds (1 per cent) of a ton.
Indian corn being the standard ( .;1.110 per ton.
To find, the commercial State value, multiply the per-
centages by the price per unit.

EXAMPLE NO. 1.

HOMINY FEED-

Protein ........................10.50 x 6G c, S G.8:"
Starch and Sugar ............... 5.:0 x :0e, 1 !.5
Fat ......................... 7. 5 x 5(.c, 5.10

Slate value per t(oi ...................... 2.I.

EXAMPLE No. 2.

CORN-

P roltein ....................... 10.50() x 6( c, q (;
Starch and Sugar ........ .. ..(9.00 x :0)0. 20..S
F al ................ .......... 5.40 x 65ce. .51

State value per ton ................... .....l1.22











FORMULAS.

There are frequent inquiries for formulas for various
crops, and there are hundreds of such formulas published;
and while there are hundreds of "Brands" the variations
in these grades are surprisingly little. Dozens to
"Brands" put up by the same manufacturer are identical
goods, the only difference being in the name printed on
the tag or sack. A good general Formula for field or
garden might be called a "Vegetable Formula." and
would have the following: Ammonia 3.%, available
phosphoric acid 6c%, and potash 71%. The following
formulas will furnish the necessary plant food in about
the above proportion. I have purposely avoided the use
of any fraction of 100 pounds in these formulas to sim-
plify them. Values are taken from price lists furnished
by the trade, which we published in our Report of Jan-
uary 1, 1910.
For Cotton, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, and Vegetables:
Ammonia 34 per cent., available phosphoric acid 6k per
cent., potash 7j per cent.

(A) "VEGETABLE."

No. 1.
Per Cent.
900 pounds of Cotton Seed Meal (71-2-11) ...... 3.25 Ammonia
800 pounds of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent.).... 6.40 Available
300 pounds of Muriate (or Sulphate) (50 per cent) 7.50 Potash
2000
State value mixed and bah edl........... .$26.55
ilant Food per ton........................ 313 pounds

No. 2.
Per Cent.
1000 Ibs of Blood and Bone (61-8)........ 3.25 Ammonia
400 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent.).. 7.00 Avail Phos.
600 lbs of Low Grade Sulp. Pot.(26 per ct.) 7.80 Potash

2000
State value mixed and haggo ............ $27.48
Plant Food per ton ............. ........... 3GO pounds












No. 3.
Per Cent.
300 lbs of Dried Blood (16 per cent.)..... 3.25 Ammonia
100 lbs of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent.)... 8.00 Availabe
1000 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent.)... 0 Potash
600 lbs of Low Grade Sulp. Pot. (26 per t.) 7.80 Potash

2000
State value mixed and bagged .............. $28.48
Plant Food per ton ....................... 381 pounds

(B) "FRUIT AND VINE."

No. 1.

Fruits, Melons, Strawberries, Irish Potatoes: Ammonia 4 per
cent., Available Phosphoric Acid 7 per cent., Potash 10 per cent.

Per Cent.
1000 lbs of Blood and Bone (6-8) ........ 4
100 lbs of Nitrate of Soda (17 per ecnt.).. 4 Ammonia
500 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent.).. 8 Available
400 lbs of Muriate of Potash (50 per ct.) .. 10 Potash

2000
State value mixed and bagged ............ .. .30
Plant Food per ton. ........................ 140 pounds


No. 2.


Per Cent.


lbs of Castor Pomace (6--2 per cent.)..
lbs of Snip. of Am. (25 per cent.)....
lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent.).
Ibs of Sulp. of Pot. (48 per cent.)....J


4.00 Ammonia
7 70 Available
9.;0 Potash


Stale value mixsd and bagged. .............. ?02.56
Plnnt Food per ton........................ 1 26 pounds


No. 3.


Per Cent.
500 lbs of Cotton Seed Meal (74-24-1) ....
100 lbs of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent.).. 3.97 Ammonia
100 lbs of Sulp. of Am. (25 per cent.).... 8.30 Available
900 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent.).. 8.97 Potash
400 lbs of Sulp. of Potash (48 per cent.)..

2000
State value mixed and bagged.............. .2.18
Plant Food per ton ...................... 125 pounds












SOIL ANALYSES.

We frequently have samples of soil sent in for analysis
and I rcjeosir to adviste as to the best methods of fertilizing.
EIxc" I'l I; xtreme cases such as 1leavy (l:is, i'ure
-al,!. : n .iii k iL nds, there is bit little information
to ; !i;chi fI:'o a soil niial" l s lS ]'t would be of '. it
lto ; i': .rl r: .. ;'! e miuchl (,' 'l lss "ii tiit 'iiia'. clii re,
at;O d i ', ri : :-.c:il c ,ion itis l lat an al l*yt sis sma de
tnii i .i .. r c u r i i ions i l I i ii le v l ue. In l is
colln tlion \,i ,uot\e front the ileport of thie Indiana
Agi..irillnr: L ;xp'rluiient ,Siatirn. l'u-rdl e University,
LaQoVfIee, indian, as follows:
"S(IL ANAI SIS For LITTLE VALUE IN rHlOWING FERTILIZERt
RI,:'UiN;i!;MNs.-Tih Chemical D)eartiiient is called upon
to ilansv(- hundreds of letters of inquiry in relation to
agriculture: ] rcemical problems 1rom people all over the
Stati. In this connection it miilght be well to say that
there is a widespread idea that the chemist can analyze
a sample of soil, and without further knowledge of the
conditions, write out a prescription of ai fertilizer which
will fill tle needs of that particular soil.
"The ExpeIriment Statli(o does not analyze samples of
soil to determine the fertilizer re(quirlements. There is
no chieical method known that will show reliably the
availability of the plant food elements present in thie soil
as It is is a variable factor, influenced by the kind of crop,
the y!pe of soil. the cliliale and biological conditions;
hence we do not recommend this ietihoJ of testing soil."
Th e method recommended by the Indiana Station is
the field fertilizer test or plot system, in which long nar-
row strips of the field to lbe tested are measured off side
by s'de. The crop is planted uniformly over each. D)if-
ferent fertilizers ire applied to thle different plots, every
third or fourth one being left unfertilized. The produce
from these plots is harvested separately and weighed. In
; t- Bil











this manner the farmer can tell what fertilizer is best
suited for his needs. As climatic conditions may influ-
ence the yield with different fertilizers, it is best to carry
on such tests for more than one year before drawing defi-
nite conclusions. There is positively no easier or shorter
method of testing the soil, that we feel safe in recom-
mending.
Soil can be greatly improved by an intelligent rotation
of crops, the conservation of stable manure, and the use
of some kind of commercial fertilizer. Farmers need have
no fear that the proper application of commercial fertil-
izer will injure the land.

WATER ANALYSIS.

We frequently analyse water for public use, city, town
and neighborhood supplies; springs and artesian wells in
which the public is interested; and for individuals when
a question of health or when some economic question is to
be decided, such as the use of water for boilers or similar
uses.
We do not make a complete quantitative determination,
separating each mineral impurity and definitely stating
the quantity thereof. Such an analysis would be costly in
time and labor and of no real value to the inquirer. We
determine the total amount of minerals in the sample and
report them as parts per 1,000,000 of total solids, naming
them in the order of their predominance. We find Cal-
cium Carbonate (Lime), followed by Sodium Chloride
(Salt), Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt), Silicia
(Sand, and Aluminunm Silicate (Clay), is the general
order in which they occur, though on the coast, where 1he
total solids amount to 5,000 parts or more per 1,000,000
parts, we find Salt is the predominant sulbstlnce, followed
lby Lime and then Epsomi Salts.
We require two gallons of each sample in a new jug,
stopt with a new cork, not sealed with parafine or seal-











ing wax, by prepaid express for analysis. We require also
a description of the sourec of the water, kind and depth of
well, location of well or spring by Section, Township and
Range.
We do not make bacteriological examinations or exami-
nations for disease germs. Such examinations or analyses
are made by the State Board of Health at Jacksonville.












HIIUZEAU OF FTERTILIZFELS.
iL. E. ROSE. State C(hemist~.L. i ii; ',..; A- 'in Chemist.
.%ual ses c' f S!- .ci;a! Sauiples under Sec. 9. Act approved Mlay 22, I:'].
t(Samiiles talkn by purclasLr.)

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Dissolved Bone Black No. 1. 1646 ......
Dissolved Bone Black No. 2. 1617 ......
Fertilizer ................. .1;48 7.
Dried Blood ................ i i 919 ... .
Fertilizer ................. 1 50 3. 2,
Fertilizer .................. 151 ...
Fertilizer .................. 1652 13.1 '
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 1(531 11.;
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. .1G54 6.::
Fertilizer No. 3............. 1655 15. :)
Orange Fruiter No. 127;..... 15G 8.47
Blood, Bone & Potash No.127610.57 S.:Ss
Vegetable No. 1277.......... I1 5S 11.. S
Largo Spec. Fi uit & Vinel ; 9.07
No. 127.
Original No. 1 Mixture No. 1360 10.07
1279.


17.00 1 .77 18.77: .......... Southern FIertz. Co., Orlando, Fla.
15.52 1.30 16.88 ...... ..... Sootiern Fr. or .. Orlando, Fla.
7.03 1.52. 8.55 4.71 T E. iH. iiion, cra Ceia, Fla.
............. 5 ...... P 1. \\ e ii. F la.
5.;.2 U.c 0 12. 2 I. 10.39 [[. A. Per ry, P(:ain, Fla.
8.0 18 .S, .it 2. 9 1. 53'i wyim To. co Co., T;allahasse, Fla.
(;.91 0.i 7.87 2.39 1'1. 53 [. E. L. ', n r, p,-r.r h, Fla.
5.900 1 .8,4 7.74 1.74 C.(;5 Join Par PP P rish, Fla.
.85 2.0-4 G.S (;0.251 7.S9 .' p:rri:, Par lh. Fla.
C. 591 1.G5 S.2-4i 1.2 .'(0 1 n pIrih .:' Fla.
7.)3 0.25 8.08; 4.06' 12.33 : Ar our Fe 5rtz\V' ., Jtack onville, Fla.
8.54, 0.S 9.12 4. 7. ; Ar:n our l' iz 1:., icki,,nville, Fla.
7.75; 1 .02' 8.77 37.SG6 5.9, A! uour Fo z \ k ., ; ville, Fla.
6.21i 0.45. C0.60 3.13 :.8' Ariiiour F'riz.\is. Ja ksounville, Fla.

5.45 u.64i 6.091 4.73i 5.37 Ar nour Fertz.YWks., Jacksouville, Fla.
I [ I


- :i INT.










C:nnada Hard Wood A hns..' i' ......
F ortilizer .......... ...... 12 4 .0 I
Sti';m ld Prione ....... ..'1 13 ......


i I o .
i'. Ci: P m'r No. 7! ... .

T. V. P v h ,'o. ...
1' riM r )" o N ..
F 'erl t iir .No. 2 ..... .... .
Forl ti!iz r N o. : .. i T -'. ..... :
Fortil:zor C. 10. .
\ bi No P. 171 ......
Fort lizor ......... .
Fertilizor ........ ... 1.. 7l; 5.2 '
F riliz r ...... .........
THal Woold As .!s. .....
Ni! "l I n if 1 No 1 ........ 9 ......
DT tie :- l No. 2...... .. ..
T. i G. Su b te P o as N N ......
Tanrn; Lee No. 4 ........... i, ......


Fortilzder No. 1 ..... I M
For!iliz r No 2............. 1 (1 7


F erti'izor ..................
Fortiliz. r ......... ........
Fertilizer (S. R. ] n1"' .
F ertilize- r ... ....... ...
rnl.e-indle Fertilize-r ........


-. 11


1 '((.1 "I
I'.''


12 1 12. WS
;' 7R A 4,,




.21 1
I .i


.. '' I ..

75. 'no








7 ("1 2 1 1. ,!1 '
721 0 i
2.7 1. 1'










1


...... ...... 3 .66
1i .r Mi I 11 .6'-
'21.22 :.' ....
11 C 1 i I 01i
S. G 5. 03 5.01
T.7 .-71' 7 07
2.. 7 11

71




.. .. 4' .


SA sm 2AW
1 5.. .



G. 11 :! f 0 6.S.
S.. .... 1.11
.71,1 .09 n.1



l l .. ... 1 2 0
1(. 1 7 ... 3 .. 12



061 3-. 00 5 0
1 -. 5. 7. .

13 2. 7.702
7 0 '1'


1.1T 2. 0.]A


Senl l"rn Fcrtiflizr Co.. Orlando, Fla.
i. A P. 'ri', Po nT n [1'a.
11. 1'r' P m o! "-'nla.
" 1 ; ,',v0 PT4 W21,
. (. C'r. An uiastin Fla.
A S' A 5 nii o. a Fla.
( C,, ( 'Olnndo, Fla.
-' ; I Co., Orl"ndo, Fla.
. n r : Cn.. OrI;nndo, Fla.
! Y. '" L ,,,n C'ity, Fla.
1; ........ !'-,: i-'n C ity. F la.
Q Y. nP i,. ,-nimn C"ity, Fla.
it. V,. K nm 'y, P iarr Fla.
' i'" F rz. Co.. Jacksonville.
IT "",, TV,:' m i :n. la.
ThI' l :,,-'; i'. ,or Dunn din. Fla. ::
S.. J 'icl AM : I I' Vrd Fla.
S.T i,1. ,'. ? ': n, A'Ily. Fla.

'1. !" 1 i T1 Fl a.
.1 Fl. ira. L ily. FIa.

.,T 1' : n 1, Lily-( Fla.t Fla.


. Fla.
.~on' v e t, i Fla.

Vla.











BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.




Cotton Seed Meal...........1692...
Raw Bone .................. 1693 ...
Canada Hard Wood Ashes.. 1694 .....
Fertilizer .................. 1695 ..
Calcined Carbonate Potash. 1696 ....
Oat Mixture ................ 1697 4.60
Foreign Bone .............. 1698 .....
Acid Phosphate ........... 1699 .....
"Guano" ................ 1700 ...
Fertilizer ................ 1701 10.30
Fertilizer ................... 1702 8.70
Fertilizer .................. 1703 0.67
H. G. Sulphate Potash...... 1704 ....
Fertz. (Wilson's Special).... 1705 ....
Fertilizer .............. .. 1706
Fertilizer No. 1............ .1707 ... I
Potash & Bone Meal Mixture 1708 ... :"
Fertilizer "Malone No. 2"... 1709 ....
Blood, Bone & Potash...... 1710 10.o-,
Watermelon Special ........ 17111 7.42j


Phosphoric Acid.







..... ...... 23.35 9.80
8.44 a0.48 8.9 417
..... ...........



7.62 0.95 8.57 4.34
13.83 15.76 29.58 1.58
14.14 0.09 14.23 ......
8.75 1.18 9.93 2.22





. . ..... 21.04
9.75 4.77 17.52 1.74
7.16 8.09 15.25 2.70
6.53 9.32 15.851 2.47
8.39 0.53 8.92 4.94
5.261 0.41 5.67 2.94


BY WHOM SENT.


...... Douglas,Carmichael& Malone,Quincy
...... Southern Fertilizer Co., Orlando, Fla.
3.13 Dr. A. B. Tadlock, Ellenton, Fla.
9.97 Easterling Bros., Irvine, Fla.
66.08 Schroeder & Arguimbau, Quincy, Fla. -
13.69 Schroeder & Arguimbau, Quincy, Fla.
...... Schroeder & Arguimbau, Quincy, Fla.
...... A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
2.19 A. L. Wilson, Quincy, Fla.
9.83 C. B. Morrow, Crescent City, Fla.
7.08 V. I. Carrier, Crescent City, Fla.
4.68 Walter Cliff, Crescent City, Fla.
47.40 T. F. Nevins, Merritt, Fla.
3.68 A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
.... A. B. Barrington, Winter Haven. Fla.
19.72 A. L. ,vilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
16.48 Douglas,Carmichael & Malone, Quincy
15.32 A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
6.86 Armour Fertz.Wks., Jacksonville, Fla.
8.84 Armour Fertz.Wks., Jacksonville, Fla.










Fruit & Vine................ 1712 8.75
Special Mixture ............ 1713 5.77
Fertilizer No. 1. ...... 1714 .. .
Fertilizer No. 2............. 1715 ......
Fertilizer No. 1............. 1716 ......
Fertilizer No. 2............. 1717 6.45
Fertilizer ................... 11718 ......
fertilizer ................... 1719 8.71
Ground Tobacco Stems...... 1720 ......
Fertilizer No. 1............. 1721 5.69
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 1722 6.71
Nitrate of Potash........... .1723 ......
Kainit ..................... 1724 ......
Nitrate of Potash........... 1725 ......
Fertilizer No. 1............. 17261 11.3:;
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 1727 10.99j
Fertilizer No. 3............. 1728 10.61
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 1729 .
Fertilizer No. 2............. 1730, ......
Fertilizer No. 3............. 1731 ......
Fertilizer .................. 1732 ......
Lyanam id . . . . 1733 .
.yanamid...................1733
Fertilizer .................. 1734 5.20
Fertilizer ................... 1735 6.87
Cotton Seed Meal.......... 1736 ......
Bone Meal and Potash Mix- 1737! 4.67
ture. i
Fertilizer No. 1 (Light).... 1738 12.78
Fertilizer No. 2 (Dark).... 17391 11.90
Nitrate Potash ............. 1740 6.571


6.761 0.70 7.461
8.47| 5.62 14.091
.1S 0.21' 7.72
9.36 1.401 10.761
7.14 0.191 7.53
7.18 0.17 7.35
6.49 0.08 6.57
6.97 0.40 7.37

8.7S 1.55L 13.33
7.05 1 .75 7.680
. . . . .
. .. . . .

9.9.1 0.43 10.42
9.12 0.19 9.31
10.62 0.07i 10.69
6.51 0.95 7.46
-.43 1.69 7.12
6.38 2.831 9.21
9.22 1 0.56 9.78S
.. . ..
12.051 0.00 12.65
8.460 0.86 9.32
..... ...... ......
5.84 9.67 15.51

10.85' 1.44 12.29
8.83 0.60 9.43
| I


2.351 10.971 Armour 1 ertz.Wks., Jacksonville, Fla.
7.33 5.57 Armour Fertz.Wks., Jacksonville, Fla.
3.22 10.2S W. G. Norsworthy, McIntosh, Fla.
.S80 8 .1 W. G. Norsworthy, McIntosh, Fla.
4.47 10.38 C. W. Stevens, Tampa, Fla.
4.15 10.96 C. W. Stevens, Tampa, Fla.
4.00 10.48 J. F. Moran, Gillette, Fla.
3.551 9.44 M. 0. Overstreet, Orlando, Fla.
1.83i 7.88 P. J. Webster, Miami, Fla.
2.65 11.361 C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee, Fla.
4.3_' 5.00) C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee, Fla.
14.30 43. 20 L. Heimburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
...... 13."53 W S. Mitchell, Marion, Fla.
15.50 44.28 L. Heimburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
1.991 2.73 D. J. Paul, Bonifay, Fla.
2.18 2.27 D. J. Paul, Bonifay, Fla.
2.55 2.19 D. J. Paul, Bonifay, Fla.
3.771 7.46, Gust Neyberg, Dania, Fla.
3.64 7.23 Gust Neyberg, Dania, Fla.
3.101 10.61 Gust Neyberg, Dania, Fla.
2. 11 3.20 A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
15. 32 ....... L. Heimburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
4.17 S.051 V. C. Carrier, Crescent City, Fla.
4.25 8.57 R. Christensen, Oviedo, Fla.
8.23 ...... J. O. Suber, Almo, Fla.
2.28 16.86 H. L. Bethel (Tallahassee Tob. Co.,j
Tallahassee, Fla.
1.91 2.13 W. W. Wester, Grand Ridge, Fla.
2.401 2.111 W. W. Wester, Grand Ridge, Fla.
12.16' 41.91 E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.












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"Phospho Alkali" .........11761' 6.431 9.721
Fcrt!iliz- No 1 ............ 17;2 4.79 7.15
Fertiliz r ................. 1 ;: S.,1 '.
Mc i P M ixt. F";fr iliz.!i ...... T 1 I ..', 10.19
Potasi. No. 1 (M irit ) ,. ....... ...
Nitrate :o Sot ,: ............. .. ... .
Fer;iiliz Nr No. : ............ :T 12. 2 11 .
Coti;n S3.';',1 M I No. 1.... -T .. ... ..
Pot:ish No. 2 ... ....... ... '1 .. .... .
Fertiliz- r N o. : ............ I 1 .12 jl
Cotton S O Me (AI C. I,. I1. ...... .....

Cotton S- '0i M l (C. N. 77 ............
&. T. P. 1 '_' i.
Cotton Scri MAl ;l (St. L. & 77: ....
S. F. 1':'?;.,5 .
Cotton Sed! MIo;!' (Sca Is!.i77-1 ..........
I. S. A .
F tl izer .................. 17 .
SColr, '. C fr 'i F 'ood... S.7,,
ocul ': '. r S ;~:l. M eal M ixt. 77 0.. *
Fat;rsco Am. Di one .... TT,! 1 .0 .
F e rt iliz e .r . . .. .. .. 1 6 s, i I
Cotton Seed a ,o .. .. ....>.. ...
Fen! lizi r ...... . .... .7
Fow ai :: C; '2.... ..... I-- .....
Fertilizer PB................. 7 ....
Fertilizer C ... .. ...... ......

Fert iz, :' ... ............. '17i .... 7 91


3.07' 12.791
0.S2 7.97!
11 ; 5. 78
0.70 11t 19:


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1. S Pi '. 'o ,' s ille, Fla.
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my ,"u:, o. Q juincy, Fla.


...... ... ; .:; '. ..... ::i:'y ESun t'ra Co., Quincy, Fla.

. ...... 7..: '...... Quicy Su ;!m ra Co., Quincy, Fla.


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NAME, OR BRAND.




Cotton Seed Meal (EBS No
11).
Cotton Seed Meal...........
Fertilizer ..................
Fertilizer ..................
Fertilizer ..................
Muriate of Potash...........
Nitrate of Soda...........

Fertilizer ..................

Fertilizer ..................
Fertilizer ..................
Fertilizer ..................
Cotton Seed Meal (S. A. L
19258).
Cotton Seed Meal (N. C. &
S. L. 10992).
Fertilizer ..................
Peruvian Guano ...........


0 3


.1787 ..

17881..
S1789 1
1790 .
1791
1792 .
S1793

1794

1795
1796
1797
.1798 .

1799

1800 1;
1801 ..


BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.
0
S.S BY WHOM SENT.

I i

.... ...... ..... ...... 7.971....7. | Wilson Tobacco Co., Quincy, Fla.

.... ...... ..... ..... 7.47 ...... F. B. Beinson, Live Oak, Fla.
0.36 6.42 0.65 7.07 3.85 7.71 E. Heimburger, Dania, Fla.
.... 7.72 0.91 8.63 3.58 8.59 C. Upton, Boynton, Fla.
9.94 5.72 1.30 7.02 3.85 8.36 W. L. Brown, Dania, Fla.
.... ... ...... .... ........ 48.64 V W W Nelson, Bonifay, Fla.
.... ...... ...... ...... 18.04 ...... Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Tallahassee,
Fla.
1.73 6.00 8.90 14.90 2.24| 21.201 Douglas, Carmichael & Malone Co..
1 Gretna, Fla.
9.35 6.73 0.90 7.63 2.92 9.81| H. S. Hobbs, Dania, Fla.
.... 5.51 Trace 5.51 3.32 14.52 Geo. H. McCullough, Candler, Fla.
.... 0.24 0.28 0.52 2.67 11.70 Southern Fertilizer Co., Orlando, Fla.
.... ...... ............ 6.99 ...... Florida, Havana and Sumatra Co.,
Quincy, Fla.
.......... ...... ...... 7.00 ...... Florida, Havana and Sumatra Co.,
Quincy, Fla.
2.04 10.76 1.40 12.16 2.30 2.32 Amos Laird, Gretna, Fla.
.... 12.32 4.66 16.98 3.78 1.88 William Bruce, Quincy, Fla.










Cotton Seed Meal (HF No,5)11802i ...... ...... ...... ...... 7.751 .....
Cotton Seed Meal (L. & N. 1803 ...... ...... ... ... ...... 7.23 ....
1998). I I
Cotton Seed Meal (S L.1804 ... .. .. ... .. 7.17 .....
15507). I I I ..
Cotton Seed Meal (S. A. L.1805 ...... .... .......... 7.09 ...
26319). i I I
Cotton Seed Meal (S. A L. 10 ...... ...... ...... ...... 6.81 ......
24956). i
Fertilizer .................. 1807 14.13 9.43 1.73 11.16 2.22 2.28
Fertilizer .................. 1808 12.92 11.04 0.84 11.88 2.05 2.33
Hard Wood Ashes.......... 1809....... .............. 5.43
Kainit ....................1810 .. ... .... ........ 13.15
Fruit and Vine............. 1811 1.84 4.74 10.48 15.22 2.57 11.65
Orange Tree Guano........ 1812 2.75 4.49 10.39 14.88 4.71 6.01
Muriate of Potash.......... 1813 ............ ...... .... ... 53.80
Fertilizer .................. 11814 9.131 6.57 1.57 8.14 3.93 7.72
Fertilizer .................. 11815 ..... 9.37 0.89 10.26 2.28 2.06
Acid Phos. (A.B.& A. 16090) 1816 ......31.14 3.76 34.9 ...........

Complete Cotton, No. 1..... 1817 8.85 9.13 1.49 10.62 1.95 2.13
Complete Cotton, No. 2..... 1818 11.41 8.38 2.39 10.77 2.09 2.52
Fertilizer .................. 1819 10.69 6.46 1.06 7.52 2.90 8.74
Muck C................. .. 1820 ..... .. .. .... . 1.49 ......
Muck D.................... 1821 ............ ..... ...... 2.85 .
Castor Pomace ............ 1822 ..... ............ ...... 5.75 ......
Bone "S" (Str. Voorburg).. 1823 ...... 6.62 13.24 19.86 6.17 ......

Bone "O.P." (Str. Voorburg) 1824 ......I 9.25 12.58j 21.831 3.15 ......

Acid Phosphate ............ 1825 15.52| 15.03 0.90 15.93 ...... ....


Wilson Tobacco Co., Quincy, Fla.
Kraus. McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

David Birge, Black, Ala.
C. C. Brown, Geneva, Ala.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa, Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa, Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa, Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa, Fla.
S. A. Dykes, Greenhead, Fla.
C. H. Lundy, Parrish, Fla.
J. R. Shomaker, Cottondale, Fla.
E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
J. E. Hardee, Madison, Fla.
J. E. Hardee, Madison, Fla.
J. F. DeBerry, Dania, Fla.
Hon. Frank Adams, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hon. Frank Adams, Jacksonville, Fla.
Southern Fertilizer Co., Orlando, Fla.
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.
D. D. Martin, Otahite, Fla.











BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS -Cotiihuim'i.


SPl iihoric Acid.


\AME, ORt RRAND.,


a.


BY13 WiiO" S iNT.


Fertilizer .................. :'I
Fertilizer .................. 1 27
Murinte o; Potaih, No. 1 .... ;,!S
Muriate of Pota sh. No. 2 ... 1S2'
Nitrate of Soda, No. 1 ...... 0
Nitrate of Sosa. No. 2...... 'I 1I
Rawv- t'r e MI-al, ............ t 2
"G uano" ................... 1 : ;
L. G Sulhii ate Polasi .... :. !;o
Fertilizer, No. 1............ i :W 5
Fcr:';izer, No. 2 ............ '!:',
Fertilizer .................. : S
F ertiliz -.r .................. 1 8::;
F fertilizer .................. 'I ,
Fertiliz- r ............ ...... 'S '
FertilizCr "No. Al".........1 is1
Fertilizer "F2". .......... S !2
F erlilizrei .................. iS ':
Conm.tpe Ro ,t Pul ........ i..
Fen i.izer .. .... .... ..... I


12. 9
12.12












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30.75' 0. (;
9.59 0.22




7.CS 16.0;7T


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7.21 0.2
0., 5 1 ,
2.; 1 7 11


C :0 ).7 7 '

1 1. 1
. .. . i
7.13 0.29|


11.: 2.73 2,73,
9.81 2.0 2.2'.

...... .... .5 .3

S.-25
24.25 4.90 ...


7. 0' 1 0! 11; 7


10.17 5.S7 1 ;5
9.1 3.07, 11.7
11. 13 1 155.55
7. 7 -. 5.7'
RSS7, 5.0. 7.76
10.07 2.28' 2. 1
2.0)' ]. 1 ; 0.10
S .22 7..1 1' : .0


, ] 10, ( i l. Fla.
\ : F. Ro;'k, Fla.
v is n, Fla.
,v \\ eisa Fla.
o., Orlando,
S :. Co., Orlando,
.' F i ., Orlando,
i '. V ', .r Tal'ahassee,
S ; r Orlando,

A. C'' O ; o. aFla.
,. V o : ;;, Ar:dia, Fla.
.: W. 'i' i kiMnm, D,,Land. Fla.
1'. Ai 'ier-on, Fla.
C, I. S".^, Eas.iake, Fla.
J. R. 'i i:n s. C'itrn. Fla.
P M l V n.:. Cil"a. Fla.
F'!D. 1* ;r'in. O'a ;'is, F Fa.
. ", -,t. Pkri n,. Fla.
jai s T 71 n p Spiinvs, Fla.


Fla. r-
Fla.

Fla.
Fla.
Fla.










Fertilizer ................ 1847 10.60 9.05 1.05 10.10 3.'8: 1 0 4 W later Cliff, C ','o n City, Fla.
H. G. Sulphate of Potash... 1S .4S ... ....... .. 51.9. H. Meisla n. (Ci ona, ia.
Fertilizer (Dar:k) ........... 11849 17.6U. 9.GS 0.87; 10.551 1.70' G.95 D. r. 'r>; y, Chlndil Fla.
Fertilizer (Lighl.).... ........ 1 0 12.21 8.60U 0.93; '.53 2.79 9.7, D. E. M ) ;i. inal Fla.
Fertilizer, No. ..... ...... IS51 11.2 1 7.40 1.30 8.79 2.1'V 5.2 i. Venlii ", (;,n St. Mary, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 2............. i1 3 ; 14.2S 8.2"9 1.62i 9.91 1.S9 4. 18 W 1. ,Ven! ii). i .en St. Mary, Fla.
Fertilizer .......... ..... 53 ...... 10. : 1.33i 11.1 2.27 1.87 II. T.Lock, Ce: va. Al.
Fertilizer, No. 1001......... 1854 8. L: 5.71 0.9f41 6.651 4.l11 5.16 Armour F-r z. V\ ks., Jacksonville, Fla.
Fertilizer, No. 1602 ......... 1 8.2. 8.25 1.16C .411 5.'22 7.23 Armour FCr, z. \Wks.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Fertilizer, No. 1(;'1 .........1>56 8.81 6.67 U.93 7.60 3.2S 10. Arn iour rz. \' s., ,lacksonville, Fla.
Fertilizer, No. 105......... 1 7.35 S.17 0.32 8.491 4.13, 12.10o Armour F~ rz. \'s., J:cksonville, Fla.
Fertilizer, No. 1617......... '185 8.46i 6.5 0 0.67 7.17 2.59' 10'.901 Armonur Fi.a z., \V, .Jackl onville, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 1, 5 13.25 11.57 0.92 12. 12. .94 1 2.0 J. P. ('o C'r-seent City, Fla.
Fertilizer ................. 1SCO0 10.Y25 7. 11 0.77. 8.1, 4.3 0 11 .95 A. C. Cawtlon, l'' r:ila, Ala.
Fertilizer .................. 1861 9.07 6.28 1.071 7.35, 3.52| 10.33 G. N. Smnith, \VW.aiu hua, Fla.
Cypress Ashes ............ 1862...... ...... ...... ...... 1.11 M. C. Mone! St. Pet ersburg, Fla.
Fertilizer ................. .1 63 13.78 9.041 0.57 9.61 2. 0 C. .EilI Mi Cin Fla.
Fertilizer "B" ............... 1G6 8. 4 7.82 1.21 9.031 3.20U 10 .U8 J. P. Cowbl'rn. C .:C ntl City, Fla.
Acid Phosphate ............ .1S 1 .. 15.09 0.76 1 .i75 ...... ...... J. .T. Philli.ps. Si'llivan, iF a.
Fertilizer ............... 18601 14.16: 12.3 0 1.08 13.4G61 1.23 1.26 J. J. Phillipl Sullivi!, Fla.
Acid Phosphate ............ 18671 ...... 17.491 0.55 18.04 .......... C. R. cArI'th', Sulivarn, Fla.
Fertilizer .................. 1 6S 15.5 11.3 0.35 12.28 1.611 2.071 C. R. loAc'l i;r. Sullivan, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 1 ...... ..... 1S09 S.: 7.0 0.161 7.85 3.85 12.:,5! C. W. Stevens, Th,,lnotosassa, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 2.......... 11870 8.(0i; 7.25' U.14 7.39 3.941 12.91 C. W. Stcvcii. s T ionoatosansa, Fla.
Muriate of Potash..... .. 7 I ...... ...... ...... ..... .. 49.08 Edi. Ch'na.. .ll.i. Fia.
Fertilizer "A-2" .......... .172 5.4 G.3 0.02 G 2% 5. i .22 J.R. R. Wi ,. itra,. Fla.
Cotton Seed Meal.... ... ... 7 .. .. ... .. 4.84 Fla. Ci o 0:1 Ci., .acksonville, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 1............ 1874! 12.88' 11.30; 0.41 11.711 2.06 2.91 S. H. LBa ., i t l n, F'a.
Cotton Seed Meal No. 3 1.... 17. .. .... ...... 4.Cl ...... S. H. as m!ilon. Fla.
Fertilizer ..................1876; ...... 6.951 0.831 7.78 4.87' G.85 Frank 5, CC" d. Largo. Fla.


Fertilizer (Acid Phnrnhate). 18461 .


.....i L. I:. V dr. T~'.. (17. Fla.


.... 1 8.05o 0.30o 18.451 ...... .










BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.,


Fertilizer .............. .. 1877 ...... 8.75 0.22
Fertilizer "A" ............ 1878 8.23 ...... .....
Fertilizer "B" .......... 1879 9.79 ...... ......
Fertilizer "C" .............. 1880 8.78 ...... ......
Fertilizer ............ .. 1881 11.07 10.95 0.47
Fertilizer (Ground Bone).. 1882 ...... 6.02 13.58
Fertilizer ................. 18831 9.92 7.35 1.41
Fertilizer ................. 1884 8.831 5.66 2.33
Fertilizer No. 1.......... 1885 8.011 9.10 0.17
Fertilizer No. 2............ 1886 8.931 9.321 0.12
Fertilizer ................. 1887 16.901 10.361 0.41
Fertilizer ................. 1888 15.88[ 8.81] 0.11
Fish Guano (Dried Fish)... 1889 ......I...... ....
Fertz. (Pineapple Mixture). 1890 7.17 .. ...
Fertilizer ................. 1891 4.561 4.20! 9.19
Fertz. (Pineapple Mixture). 18921 9.11 ..... ......
Fertz. (Pineapple Mixture). 18931 7.391...........
Fertilizer (Tankage) ...... 18941 ...... .. .....
Fertilizer No. 1....... ..... 1895 ......' 5.02[ 5.80!
Fertilizer No. 2............ 18961 ...... 5.63! 6.361
Fertilizer .................. 18971 15.061 11.171 0.55|


Phosphoric Acid.


BY WHOM SENT.


o ."
- C


8.97
6.66
7.03
6.731
11.42
19.60
8.761
7.991
9.271
9.441
10.77:
8.921
5.41
6.25
13.39
8.471
7.80
7.37
10.82
11.99'
11.72'


4.041 10.83 Dan W. Roberts, Redland, Fla.
4.38 8.51 Wm. J. Krome, Marathon, Fla.
4.44 6.71 Wm. J. Krome, Marathon, Fla.
4.71 8.23 Wm. J. Krome, Marathon, Fla.
2.08 1.99 C. D. Thompson, Sullivan, Fla.
6.15 ...... C. F. Wolf, Jensen, Fla.
2.00 11.04 H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
3.741 8.28 R. D. Hoyt, Clearwater, Fla.
3.181 10.30 M. V. McMullen, Seminole, Fla.
3.101 10.24 M. V. McMullen, Seminole, Fla.
1.721 1.80 W. E. Cooley, Berrydale, Fla.
1.881 1.90 Frank Cooley, Berrydale, Fla.
12.341...... C. I. Baird, Gainesville, Fla.
8.80| 7.15 John Sorensen, Jensen, Fla.
3.54 13.551 M. M. Morgan, Arcadia. Fla.
6.681 9.091 J. G. May, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
6.93' 8.76 J. G. May, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
10.70!...... D. E. Austin, Jensen, Fla.
3.791 12.82 H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
3.77] 12.80 r. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
1.70| 2.07 J. E. Thompson, Sullivan, Fla.









Acid Phosphate ............ 1898 ...... 13.30 0.57
Fertilizer No. 1............ 1899 6.28 6.92 1.94
Fertilizer No. 2............ 1900 7.57 7.05 1.12
Cotton Seed Meal. ....... 1901 ...... ........... .
Fertilizer No. 1............ 1903 19.441 4.10 Tr.
Fertilizer No. 2............ 1904 26.24 4.12 Tr.
Fertilizer No. 3............ 1905 26.27 6.50 Tr.
Fertilizer .................. 1906 20.60 12.43 0.77
Fertilizer (Tankage) ...... 1907 ......... .....
Fertz. (Acid Phosphate). .. 1908 ...... 17.871 0.45
Cotton Seed Meal.......... 11909 ...... ...... .......
Fertilizer ................. 1910 22 1 851 2.11
Nitrate of Soda (Sweep- 1911 .... ....... ... ...
ings). I I
Tobacco Dust ............. 1912 ...... .. .... ....
H. G. Blood and Bone .. .. 1913 ............ ......
F ish G uano ............... 1 914 ...... ...... ......
Fertilizer No. ...........'. 1915 12.991 12.861 0.22
Fertilizer No. 2 (\cid Phos-'1916 ..... 17.76 0.08
phate).
Fertilizer No. 3 (Muriate of 1917 ........... ......
Potash). I I
Fertilizer No. 1............. 1918 14.16 10.09 Tr.
Fertilizer No. 2............ 1191 13.86[ 8.42 0.50
Tobacco D ust .............. 1920 ...... ...... ...... .
Fertilizer No. 1............ 1921[ 8.95 8.38 0.05
Fertilizer No. 2............ 19221 7.3S] 8.16 0.10
Fertilizer .................. 1923 ...... 3.71 10.35
Fertilizer ....... 1924 6.151 6.311 8.11
No. 2 Tobacco Dust........ 1925 ...... ...... ......
K ainit ................... 1926 ...... ...... ..... .
Tobacco Dust .............. 19271 ...... ...... I .. .


13.87 ............J.E. Thompson, Sullivan, Fla.
8.86 2.98 10.99 Guss Garrison, Milton, Fla.
11 17 3.82 9.95 Guss Garrison, Milton, Fla.
..... 6.93 ...... Pensacola Oil Mill, Pensacola, Fla.
4.10 3.46 8.07 D. S. Borland, Buckingham, Fla.
4.12 3.77 7.36 D. S. Borland, Buckingham, Fla.
6.50 2.52 11.69 D. S. Borland, Buckingham, Fla.
13.20 1.53 1.43 H. Powell, Campbellton, Fla.
6.001 10.50 ...... C. F. Wolf, Jensen, Fla.
18.32 ..... ...... D. G. Gordon, Red Rock, Fla.
..... 7.55...... D. G. Gordon, Red Rock, Fla.
3.96 6.04 8.26 M. K. Moore, Eldred, Fla.
..... 16.04 .... J. E. Dubuisson & Bro., Pensacola, I

..... 2.58 7.74 R. B. Campbell, Tampa, Fla.
15.26 11.52 ...... R. B. Campbell, Tampa, Fla.
7.73 10.28 ...... R. B. Campbell, Tampa, Fla.
13.08 ...... 3.47 Rowland Brown, Milton, Fla.
17.84 ...... ...... Rowland Brown, Milton, Fla.

........... 51.481 Rowland Brown, Milton, Fla.

10.09 1.61 2.99] E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
8.92 1.22 0.95 E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
..... 2.40 9.521 C. I. Baird, Gainesville, Fla.
8.43 5.35 7.77 D. S. Borland, Buckingham, Fla.
8.26 3.37 13.961 D. S. Borland, Buckingham, Fla.


14.06! 1.821
14.421 5.601
....: :2.45[

.....I 2.601


10.011 Henry W. Smith, Wauchula, Fla.
5.20] M. B. Holly, Winter Haven, Fla.
9.54 C. I. Baird, Gainesville, Fla.
13.15 John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
9.99 John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.


la.











BUREAU OF FERTILIZElS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME. OR BIRAND..




Fortilizpr .................. 19,! 2 8. 1
Fertilizer ......... ....... '23 2 1.;.
Fertilizer "O. F."........... 1':,,1 h;
Fertilizer "F. & V."........ '1'9.| G. 1 W
Fertilizer ................... 1l.2 10. ',
Acidulated Fish Scrap ....... 193 61.:;
Fertilizer .................. 19:41 1 .2 '
Blood and Jone ............ 1:
Fertilizer .......... .... ..
Fertilizer ............... 7.
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 198i ....
To bac o Stems "AA."....... 11,, ......
Fertilizer ................... i! 0i 25. !;
Fertilizer ................... 1 0l41 7.,;.
Fer ilizer "] W J. ."..... 1 .. 1. 1!,2; 3.;:5 '
Fertilizer "2 W .1. I. ....... 11 -i4 (; :
Fertilizer .................. [19-4 1 .77
Cotton S74 eeild -.M l "S. A. L. '1 :, ....
174: .
Armnour's Orang, 'iree Maaiure 9ll 1; 9.._"
A. Blood, Bone and Potash. 1947 J.28S


BY \VIIO-M SENT.


12. 0.52 12.C5 1.78 i.1 V. W Co l y, Slivan. Fla.
G.7 0(.97 7 .75 2.7 1 .. D. L. 'oo Su Fla.
e.02 Tr. G. 2O 4. 11.2' .. H. ., T ,;n :. F]a.
;.04 Tr. 1 0.; 3..Gt 1t:.3S J. I I. 31ke. Ton Fla.
7.:i1 1 .04; 8.:5S 5. 6.1 G.I 'L. R. )Wi ds, T': a, Fla.
It 1 4 1- 5. ...... R. Ij. o' ods.] T m: on' Fla.
5.5 0.79 6.14 3. 6.. I. E. Pa,; Ox Fla.
..... S. 10.8: ...... Tio Culf Ferz. C ., T p n, Fla.
C.7! 0.22 6.!7 4.5 Gi .09 T!; Sc:Lh.rn FT'rl. Co., OF! ando, Fla.
l. 72' 4.05! 10. 77 2.2: 10.41 .. F. L;.' .<. Olona l .
.. ..... 8.2 ...... .. lake i n, Oc: a, Fla.
.... .. ...... F. :. 5.53 S. Al. 1 '.. rts O rlando, Fla.
2.01! o. i' 1.10 ....... 15.7' C. A. A .;l::. n. La;.kl.n0 l. Fla
.S: 1.!;:! 5. 70 2.6' 0.2 I. A .xa r, M rco, Fla.
7.2' i .7S 1 .12 2.451 ,'.5 J. ?! : n. Cr oanit G ove, Fla.
.2;0 7 1 .31 1 .57 06.19 .1 \V. J. : : ,; C:cc anu Grove, Fla.
.SS 1.52 8.10 .ll .;2 iu .. ih ,'r, ve Fla.
.. ... ...... 7.2 .ti ... 0. Painter F'eri.. Co.. Jacksonville.

8.38 0.71 9.09 3.52 4.32; The Arn:mour F';z. e;, Jacksonville.
8.431 0.83 9.26 4.88 7.27 The Armour Fertz. Wks., JacKsonville.









A. Fruit & Root Crop Spec.. 19481 12.::S S.211 0.45' 8.66
A's. Origina! No. 1 Mixture.. 19149 8. .5, .' 1..1
I A's. Largo Spec. Tree Grower\'\ I 1.,S. 0 .,.i
SA's. Sweet Potato Spec...... :19, l1 10 ,; 6.75 T
No. 1 H. Fertilizer.... .....i1952 7.12I .3.35 6., 12.
No. 2 G. Fertilizer..........1[ ; 5.2 .1S 5.;7 1:3. S2
No. 3 V. Fertilizer ........ i19.. 4.;7 7.:: .5.11 12.
No. 4 Fertilizer............ .l 55 3. 8. 2 2.771 11.7
No. 5 Fertilizer (Germofort). 195. 5.24 2.46 9.81 12.:;o
Tankage N o. 6.............. 1 .. ...... 11. 2
Nitrate of Potash........... 19 ...... ..... .... ......
Fertilizer No. 1 (Pineapple 195 ..... .... ...... 5.G66
Mixt).
Fertilizer No. 2 (Pineapple 190|0 ...... ...... .... 5. IS
Mixt.)
Cotton Seed M eal ........... 1961j ..... .... .
Fertilizer ................... 2 1 -, 9.i i,.
Fertilizer .................. 1. 63 12 i C. .
Fertilizer ...... 1964 1 .2 : .61 .. 9
Fertilizer No. 1............. 1965 6 7. 7. i .
Fertilizer N o. 2............ 1966 ...... 1 4 ..55 6.91,
A shes .................... 19 7 ..... .. ....... .... .
Blood and Bone No. 13921. .1968 ....... ..... .. ....
Blood and Bone No. 28726.... 19691 ...... .... ......
Canada Kard W ood Ashes. 19701 ...... .... ...... .......
Fertilizer .............. .. 1971 11. 1 0.94 Tr. i 0.91
Hard Wood Ashes ....... 1972 19 .. ... .....
'Fortz. (Pineapple Mixt.). .. .11973, 6. ;. ...... :.09
Fertilizer (Dark) .......... 1974 ...... 10. L.22 11.413
Fertilizer (Light) .......... 19751 23.,19' 6.;3 0.82 7.451
Fertilizer ................... 1976 16. 48 6.90; 0.64 7.541


1.95! 4.95:The Armour Fertz. Wks., Jackson, ille.
1.9: 5.-: he Armouir F .rtz. Wks., Jacksonville.
1.9 6.40 i'ne) Armor Frtz Wks., Jacksonviille.
2.-7 3.1 ihe v i.,u' 't. VX'ks.. J:acksonv ile.
S.0. G.1 P. Camplell, Tampa, Fla.
4.11; 5.i-b 1 Camphiiell, Tampa, Fla.
2.0.; 12.4;! :Z. B. Campbell, Tamn a, Fla.
3.6:; 11.2 R!. B. Campbell, Tampa, F'!Ia.
4.1 1 6.3;I R. B. Canlmbell, Tampa, i'la.
7. U ....... B. Ca !mph!ell, Tampa, Fla.
13.90 46.92 The Southern Fert". Co., Oilando. Fla.
5.97 5.5: A. N. Hoofnagle, Ft. Pierce. Fla.

6.27! 4.25 A. N. Hoofnagle, Ft. Pierce, Fla.

7.J ...... H. yess, Campville, FaI.
.: .2.(1 E. L. P.nten'an Bristol. Fla.
1 .: ; .1. H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
2.4l 13.2!; 1F. W. Comstock, Malabar, Fla.
:..64i 13. 12 C. N. Sutton, Griffin. Fla.
5.24' 4.40 C. N. Sutton, Griffin, Fla.
..... .44 [owar 1!-i aekard Land Co., Sanford.
11.: ...... The Sou. Fertz. Co., Orlando, Fla.
11.51 ...... The Son. Fertz. Co., Orlando, Fla.
:.;2 ...... Allan Cahoon, Orlando, Fla.
1.93 ;.2S; Ramm & Sons. St. Petersburg, Fla.
S0.112 i. E. McDonald. Fulford, Fla.
o.!c! 6.(; Sample & Godfrey, Ft. 'ieree, Fla.
2.24 1.,G It. E. CollinA Sullivan, Ila.
1 .7 2.5 n. E. Collins, Sullivan. F.1.
5.23 6.17 I L. Hartman, Gainesville, Fla.










PBTREAU OF FEf7RTLIZE1RD -Continued.


Phospho'ic Acid.


c '


NAME, OR BRAND.


_C C
i I
=z ? '


A she's ..................... 11977 ......
Fertilizer ................. .. 197S 8.2
Acid Phosphate ............1979 10.8 ,
Fertilizer .................. I.)sn 7 .2
Fertz. (Pineapple Mixiur).. !1981l 3. 10
14% Acid Phosphate. ........ 19S2 9..S
16% Acid Phosphate....... 19S3 9. c,
17% Acid Phosphate.... 1984 10.:;
Canada Hard Wocd Ashes.. 1985 29.0'!

Fertilizer .................. 1986, 19. 10
Fertilizer .................. 1987 5.9':
Cotton Seed Meal.......... .198...
Fertz.(Compost & Ar, Clihom- 13S9.
icals). I
Fertilizer "B. B ............ 19901 7.7
Fertilizer "A" .............. 1991 9. o1
Fertilizer "B" .............. 11992 ,.
Tankage ................... 99 ... .
Cotton Seed Meal........... 19941 .....
Castor Pomace ............ 1995 .....


.... .. ... ... ... 0.20


8.5 0 0 S.5,S 5.98 10.24
.. .. i . .7 I !. 1
1 1. !.;: 1 (; .T32 . .. .
7 .~ .. . .. ...

.. .. ...... ...... 2 .28


i
:

1.S i, .40

8.15' 0.7.
. ,4t .n .2


BY WviOSI SENT.




GC'us A. Ilortoin, Williston. Fla.
Dr. L. Mionto'm;ery, icanopy, Fla.
A. C. .ewis. Hiavana, Fla.
J. C. TFuPiiis. Lmonn City. Fin
\. j. Dyve'. Wo;t Palmn Ee:'i, Fla. t
MI. R. B lcr', JIn iis. Fla.
J. .!. lh ll. Ii!is, Fla.
, S. Cnwie, Inlis, Fla.
V. U. Camp, care A. F. Raux. Fruit-


S vile. Fla.
.47; 1 .5i U I. B,:rnhill, Milton, Fla.
S4.09 13. J. H. Blake. Tampa, Fla.
... I .13. ... V. I. I ny, Lake City, Fin
2?.0 1.l5 O.CSS. S. Coachmau, Clearwater. Fla.
I i
.900 3. 21 1.01 Dr. L. rn .i er-. i',mnop ia.
S.72i 4.1 11.07 0lia1 Rie' inn. Il hladontown. Fla.
b ;. ... Lykns; 'p ia, fla.'ii
7.7; ...... ',V D. Griffn. Lan'lt;n a, Fla.
.. .I 3 .... W. D. Griffin, Lantana, Fla.








Ashes .......... ........... .19. 6G ......
To' acco Stem s ............. i ......
Dark Cotton Seed Meal ...... 119S ... .
"ilz l ............ ... 1;''i 7
i!arkl Cotton Seed .,Ieal. N Il 20'
I)rk Cotlon Seed l :e l. Nu. 2il .i .
Cotton Se Id Meal (!.iphtr) 1'2'I ....
(Coton Seed Meal (Darker). 2I:;'. .
. s 's .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 20 0 l . ..
IFertilizer ................ 12l l.5 .....
Cotton Seed M eal ........... ......
Acid Phosphate ............ 2: 7i ....
Dried Blood ................. 20nS ..
Low Grade Silph. of Potasi 009 .....
lih Grade Suliph. of Polasli -il)I ...
German Kainit .............. 12011..


.... 1 ..... ...... ..... 0.93A. P. Sanders, Miami, Fla.
..... ..... .02 I 07 t L. P cl, Orlando, Fla.
S. . 1. 1 i' i i ui Lake City, Fii.
.i ..7 .i. \\ I. lt',Lts, Lemon City, Fla.
..... ... .The P'h!. '.lf. Co., M anirtson, Fla.
.. '. .. .. ... '. P Mf,'. Co., M :,diFon, Fla.
..... ... ... Th \'. 1. .ohn-ion Co., Jacksonville.
.. .1' 1 ...... IT e 1. Johnson Co., Jacksonville.
S.... ... ...... L. B ,ock, Orlando. Fla.
.S "7 .. .. I ; o!A. L. BEi,l O;-lando. Fla.
..... ...... c! l F rtz. Co. Ocala, Fla.
I .. .. ... :i FI ertz. Co.. Ocala. Fla.
..... .. .5 ... .. Ocala 'ertz. Co., Ocala, Fla
. (; ; i )cilia 'F rtz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
..... ...... ...... ...... I 11.41 rn ala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
... I ..... i ...... 1-1.4 n6 al; Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.












DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE--DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
R. E. ROSE, Stale Ch(lwii-.l. ANALYSIS OF FERTILLZE'S, 1901. !,. .L iML1U'm.hE. ABltant Chemist.
Samples Taken Iby the State Chemist Under Section 1, Act AiprcPvnd May 22, 1901.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Ci
2.,.
0 .0
na
*it


Wilson & Toomer's Conm 121ll:iiarint'd Analysis
plete Sweet Potato Fertz. Ofici:il Analysis...

Wilson & To'onmr's HI. C, 112 (;u rant d Analysis
Pineapple Fruit & Vine. Official Analysis...

Seminole Tree Groeu.r.... 123 iGus;arant'd Analysis
Official Analysis..

Ideal Fruit & Vine Manure. 1244! Cuarant'd Analysisi
Official Analysis. ..

Special Mixture No. 1.... 12 15I Guaran 'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Peruvian Veg. Manure.... 12I(; Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


Ini.no;
13.77




8.00


10.00


8.00
i.14
10. 'O
IO.iili


Phshosphoric Acid.








00 1.00 .
8.29 1.3| 0 35

4.001 4.00j ...... i


6.00 .
5.7S 3.614 s.S2



....... ...... ..
5.75 0.491 (. >I


7.00 1.00 .....

7.411 1.131 8.55


B' 1I-HOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


2.0 3.50 'Vihoan & Toomer Fertz.'
2, 4.071 Co, Jacksonville, Fla.

6.00i 10.00)i\ ilson & Toomcr Fertz.
G.2SI 9.56; Co., Jacisonville, Fla.

4.00' 8.00 i\Vilon & roomer Fertz.
4.22 8.43 C'o Jacksonville, Fla

3.00 10.0' ",\'ilson & Toomer Fertz.
3.48 10.2'.' Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00I 5.,,0 \>.O i]sn c Tooner Fertz.
5.-16 ..1 Co., hnc.sonville, Fla.
5.00 ,..; \Vison & Toomer Fertz.
4.:e0; 8.11i Co., Jacksonville, Fla.









Armour's Largo Spec'l Ft. 1217 Guanrant'l Analysis 10.00 6.001 1.00 ......
and Vine ........ ... ..ri] An;lv s... .64 6.18 1.11 7.29

Orange Fruiter .......... .124-S1(uarant'l A.nlysis; 10.00 8.00 1.00 ....
Official Analsis. 1. .03 7.3- 0.0 7.61
I .
Armour's Orig'1 No. 1 Mix. 124!9 Guarantd Anilis 10.00 5.00 1. ......
Official A nlyi... !!.07 5.72 0.2 S 6.10

Armour's Fruit & Vine.. 12.I1 Guarant'lA Analt sis 10.00 6.00, 10. .
Oaciail Ai;;ilsi.... S.56 6.01 0, 7 6.79!
Guv td/ 1
Acid Phosphate 16 per ceni. 1251 Guarant'd AX!inyis 1i0.0O 16.00 1.0 .......
i Officil A ;ili s... 13.451 1 0.50 17. .

Cotton Seed Meal........ 1252,Guarant'd A.naly< ..... .......... 2.0
I Ofcial Analv-is ....... .

Dark Cotton Seed Meal. .1253 Guarantd Analysis .. ..
Official Analysis. ..


Official Analysis ..... .I.. ....

Cotton Seed Meal........ 1255 Guarant d Analysis ....
Official -Analsi .. .

Ober's Vegetable ........ 1256 Guarant'd Analysis] 12.00 i. 2.n ...... I
} ___Ol Ofcial Analy-is... 7.431 7.S n.nl97 s.


?,.00 10. o0 Armour Fortz. Works,
'2. 1 7' .!J:c!,sitl ville Fia.

4.u' l '.0i' A!Irm' u rtz. works ,
3. 50,1 .I 1' ,IJi(ck<,wivilhlo. Fla.

5.00! 5.' '\r ,; FP ,riz. \Vorks,
4.S7 1 .7 J; .n ks i vo l,,, Fla.

2.50 11 \n'nI r i F rtz. Works,
2.41 1t.ni .n.ekstnvillo. Fla.

..... I'Ar!~ti ui Fe_ iz. W works,
..... lckson, il ,. Fla.

7.50 1 .0 S tu rn Couton Oil Co., u
5.0 1 .... Ft. (aiin Ga.

.- 491 .. ... V i 'l.s Ita C~ tton Oil Co.,
5.32 1 ...... I V illoo ta Ga.

7.50 n .. 50,Blaleley Oil cz Fertz.
7. ...... Co.. Blaeley, Ga.

7. 50 1.00 Eufaula Oil Co., Eu-
.941 fanla, Ala.

5.001 6.l0!0 ber & Sons. Baltimore,
15.79 7.431 Md.











ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phoslphoric Acid.


NAME, OL; IRAND.


V. C. Fla. Fruit Grower's 127- Gnuaran'd Analysis;
Formula ............... Oiflicial Analysis...

DeSoto Brand Orange Tree 12lSGGuarant'd Analysis
Grower ................ Ofrlcial Anh iysis...

DeSoto Brand Fruit & Viao] 2,9 2 uaranr'd Analsis
Manure ................ Official Analysi...

Armour's Waterm'n Spec'l 120 Guiarantd Analysis,
SOfficial Analysis...
I I I
Armour's Fruit & Vine... 126'1 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Armour's Largo Special 1262 (uarant'd Analy.sis
Fruit & Vine ............ O;fici Analy sis.. .

Acid Phos., 14 per cent.. 126? Guarant'dAnalysis
| Official Analysis...|


cI





4.351

10.00|
7.101

10.00'
7.19

10.00
6.00

10.00
9.99

10.00
S.06

10.00
7.85


0
4 BY t\H -uI .! i) I\ HERE
- MANUFACTURED.


7.0)!i 1.0i .... 3.50 4.00 Va-Car. Cihom. Co., Sa-
7. IS 2.18 ;.3i; 3.3 '.0 vannah, Ga.

6.00 .. 5.00 6.50 Va.-Car. Cheni. Co.. Sa-
0.33 0.47' G.SO 5.51 7.52' v' annah '.

6.00 ...... ..... 4.00 12.00 Va.-Car. Chli .. o.. Sn-
6.44 0.7S 7.22 4.00 13.SS vannah, Ga.

5.00 1. 3.00 S8.00 Armour Feriz. workss .
5.25 0.64 5.S9 3.13 8.4)4 Jacksonville. Fla.

6.00 1.00 ...... 2.501 11.00 Armour i'ro z. Works,
6.32] 0.S9 7.21 2.541 11.30 Jacksonville. Fla.

6.00 1.00 ...... 3.00 10.u~ Almour Forz. r rks,
6.41 0.93 7.34- 2.9' 9.95 J ac sonvill. Fa.

14.00 1.00 ...... .... .... .Armour Fertz Works,
14.9 0.35 15.0 ..... ...... Jacksonville. Fla.


c:
c
o

2
~









Special Manure, No. 1.... 1264: uarani'd Analysis]
I I' foici;! An\ :lysis.. .

Ideal Fruit & Vie Manu.ei12g5u1in; ', Anl.


Special Mixture No. 1 .... 3 G;u:ir:!nl An, 1 '1 sis
O iic'i .nA aly.sis...

Blood, Bone & Potash .... 1267 Gu;lll ;!'i AnnlIys;s
Oi:ci l \a lsis.. .

Strawberry Fertilizer .. .126S GOl r. ;' \anlysis
0 li.ci;il Analysis..

Special Fruit & Vine. .. 1269 Giiu.ni i '. analysis


Gulf Tobacco Special ..... 1270':i;a ~n il'I AI :ly i. -
I I) icial And alysis... I

Orange Fruiter ......... 1271 G int' Anal is.
Oi '1 Analy sis.. .

Vegetable Special ....... 1272 Gualant'd Analysisl
O i,>cial Analysis...

Orange Producer .. ..... 1273 Giiarani'd Analysis
S OI licial Analysis...

Fruit & Veg. Fertilizer... 11274 Cmrait'd Analysis
Official Analysis.. .


8.00]
9.51

10.0I ,
14.5 o!

8.00


10.78

S.00
15.08

S.00
5.07

10.00i
8.00}

10.00'
5 .22

10.00
7.22

8.001
6.03

5.00
5.431


6.00[ 1.00o .....
6.21 1.7' 7.906

6.00 ... ..
5.S; 0.21;j 6.121

G.45 1.00 .....
6.45 1.GS 8.1:3

6. (0 1.0( .....
5.9 1 1.:251 7.28

6.00 2.001 ......
G.8S 1.58 8.46

0.01, 1.00') 7.00!
0.8' 0.15 6.95[

S.0l .0Oli 7.00,
6.G6 1.55 8.19

0.0 1.00 7.00
6.91 0.05 6.96

6.00 1.00 7.00
10.05 2.00 12.05

7.00 1.00 ...
6.75 0.10 G.S5

2.50 5.00 ....
4.64 10.48 15.12


5.00|
5.92 1

3.00;


5.00





4.1 4
5.22





2.10

5.00'




4.18
4.00
4.44|

4.00
4.37




4.50
5.05

4.00
3.98


5.00|Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
6.34[ Co., Jacl],onvillo, Fla.

lu.0ii k\VilIon & STonmoer FPrtz.
9.61 Co., J:n .- i ill, Fla.

5.00 \Vilson & 'Toomer Fortz.
5. T !. ,. ll iiilo, Fla.

4.00 il'a,ipa F rtilizcr Co.,
:.2S8 TanI a,. i, F'z.

8.0 i' Taipn Fertilizer Co.,
7.37, l'am ;;i, Fla.

11.0, Cull Fer il ize'r Com- :
13.20'' lumY, T';.nina, Fla. CT
I
5.n( Gulf FIrilizer Com-
.03-1 paly, T:;'n n. Fla.

10.00 Gulf Fertilizer Comn-
11.40; paly Ttiipa. Fla.

5.00 Gulf Fertilizer Com-
5.95 pany, Ta.,ipa Fla.

15.00 Gulf Feriilzer Com-
15. 03 pany. T-inpa. Fla.

6.00 Germofe.t IMfg. Co.,
5.GS Charleston, S. C.










ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.



NAME, OR BRAND. s
C0
iI I i I


Dried Blood ............. 175 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 ...... .......
Official Analysis... ........ ...... ......
Ground Castor Pomace... 1276 Guarant'd Analysis 10. ...... .
Official Analsis ....... .. ... ...... ...

H. G. Acid Phos., 16%.... 11277 Guarant'd Analysisl 10.00 16.00 0.50 .....
Official Analysis...I 11.85 IG.S .2 16.95 .

H. G. Ky. Tobacco Stems.. 1278 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 .. ......
fOficial Analysis... .... ...... .. ......

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1279 Guarant'd Analysis 7.05 ...... .. 2.25
Official Analysis... I...... ... ...... ......
Simon Pure No. 1........ 12S Gunarant'd Analysis 8.00o G.0 .1.00 .. .
I Official Analysis. .. 5.98S 5.C6 0.21 5.i!

Simon Pure Spec'l No. 1.. 12S1 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6f.0 1.00 ......i
Official Analysis... 6.081 6.211 0.26| 6.471


4 EX B\Y IIOM A) I) WHERE
M MANUFACTUREDD.
I "



16.00r ...... Sanders Fcrtz. Co.,
16.751 Jacksonville, Fla.

6.50 3 .00 Sanders Frtz. Co., ,
5.88 ..... Jac son il Fla.

. ....... Sanders F: 'tz. Co.,
..... ......I Jac sonvi e. Fla.

2.50 10.00! Sanders Firz. Co.
2.6;01 10.57, Jackson illo, Fla.

7.50' .6 5Sanders Fcrtz. Co.,
8.01 ....... Jackisonvlle. Fla.

4.600 11 .0'; E. 0. Paintci Firtz. Co,
5.7 1 1 J. .Jnck ,onvil ,, Fla.

2.00 C.nn E. O. Paintc" Feriz. Co.,
2.881 16.48' Jacksonville, Fia.










Gem Fruit & Vine....... 12S2' uarant'd Analysisl 8.001 6.001 1.00 ......
Official Analysis...I 6.711 6.171 1.22 7.",9
Precipitated Bone Phcs-12 Guarant'd Analysi ......: :1. ... ......
phate with Ammonia.... Official Analysis... 6.14i 7.S7 0.51! 37.3 5

Nitrate of Potash........ 1284 Guarant'd Analysi. ...... ... .... .
Official Analysi .. .... ...... ... .... .

Blood Meal .............. 1285 Guarant'd Analysis ....... ..... ... .
Official Analysis... .. ... ..

Mapes' Orange Tree Man're 128i Guarant'd Analvyis 12.00 C(.II .'.)2 .....
Official Analysis... 14.45 5.25 4.57 9. 21

Mapes' Vegetable Manure. 1287 Gunrant'd Analysis 13. 00; G.nI 1.0 .....
Official Analysis.. 1:.6j 0.52 3.16 9.GS

Tobacco Dust ........... 12SS Guarant'd Analysi ..... ......... ... ..
Official Analysis... ...... ..... ......

V. C. Fruit & Vine....... 1289 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.0 1.00 ......
Official Analysis... 7.62 6.114 1.17 7.31

V. C. Tip Top Tomato 1290 Guarant'd Analysis 8.0 7.00 1.00......
Trucker ............... Official Analysis... 7.46 6.81 1.501 S.311
I r ._ I r i


3.00' 10.00 E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
3.22 10.39: Jacksonville, Fla.

G.6o ...... V.ilson & Toomer Fertz.
6.92 ....... Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

16. (. 00 44.00 Wilson & Too:lior Fertz.
14. 84 43.52' Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

15.50 ...... Armour Fertz. Works,
16.31i ..... Jacksonville, Fla

-.00; 3.n00o 1TlpoS' For. & P,,r. Go-
4.251 3.SS ano Co., N. Y.

5.n0 4.0'i'IMalpes' For. & Por. Gu- e
4..92 5. 11 ano Co., N. Y.

1.50. 6.00 Va.-Car. Chl, m. Co..
2.101 7.41 Gainesvilli. Ga

2.50 10.00 Va.-Car. Chem. Co.,
2.961 9.441 Savannah, Ga.

4.o00 5.00 Va.-Car. Chem. Co.,
4.011 5.991 Savannah, Ga.










ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. -
C--




II. G. V. C. Fla. Fruit Grow-|1291GCunranl'd Analysis
ers' Formula .......... I Official Analysis..

IH. G. V. C. Champion Ci!-1292 Guarant'd analysis
rus Compound ........ Oicial An:lyis...

II. G. V. C. Sourii rin States 12',3 u:trantiL'd Analysis
Spec'l Vegetable Grower Official Analysis...

Bradley Fruit an, Vine.. 1241 Gnuarant'd Analysis
IOfficial Analysis...

Williams & Clark Florida 1295 Guarant'd Analysis
Vegetable ............... OfliciA Analysis..

Bradley Fla. V a:- able ... t96i( arani'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Bradley Fla. Vegetable. .. 1129i7 uarant'd Analysis|
S [Official Analysis.. .


8.00|
5.5G6

10.00o
4.59.

S.00O
8.322

10.001
7.S2

10.00i
10.27

10.00
8.64

10.00|
9.581


7.00;

t.O0
S.12

6.00'
6.o97

6.00



6.60

6.00
G.71


1.91

6.00
6.921


o 0
D -D


1. 00 ......
0.87 S.99!

1.00 .....
0.52 7.49

1.00 ......
1.85 8.49!

S.00'


1.00 .. .
1.07 7.78

1.00
1.00 ......
1.02 8.11

1.00 ......
1.11| 8.031


0

<-


3.50|
4.6SI

3.00
4.20

4.00|
4.59

2.251
2.77

4.00
4.08

4.00
4.10

4.00
4.12


" BY WHOM A,-\D WHERE
M IANU'FACTIURED.

0


4.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
3.97! Co., Savannah, Ga.

14.001Virginia-Carolina Chem. r
14.87! Co., Savannah, Ga. o

5.00 Viroinia-Carolina Chem.
5.24[ Co.. Savannah, Ga.

10.00 Am. Agr. Chem. Co.,
9.40G Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00! Ar. Agr. Chem. Co.,
5.41 J Jacksonville, Fla.

5.G00 An. Agr. Chem. Co.,
5.68 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00'Am. Agr. Chem. Co.,
5.141 Jacksonville, Fla.









Cotton Seed Meal........ I1 98Guarant'd Analysis ...... ...... I...... 2.501
I l(O ial Analysis... ....... .. .. .
S 'I I
Phospho-Alkali with Pot. 129'i (uarant'd Analysi:; i P 10 n.)' i ...i. j
Nitrate ................ official Analysis...I 4.7S 11.16 2.069 13.851

Cotton Seed 10eal....... i1300(;uarant'd Analysis ............ ...... 2.50
Official A nalysis... .. .... ...... ......
Cotton Seed Meal.. ..... 01 Guarant'd Analysis ...... ......... .. .50.
Official Analysis........... ... .. ......
Vegetable Manure ........ 1u02jGuarant'd Analysis[ 10.00 6.( U 1.001 ......
Official Analysis... 10.34 6.60U 0.341 G.911
r iorida Special .......... .;1 0i uarant'd Analysis 10.00 9.00! 1.00 ......
Official Analysis... 16.06 10.36G 0.18 10.54
Kainit ................... 1304 Guarant'd Analysis ................... ......I.
Official Analysis........... .............
Favorite Strawberry Spec'I 1305 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 6.00, 2.00 ......
Official Analysis.. 4.68 4.841 2.521 7.36i
Vegetable Special ........ 1306 Guarant'd Analysisi 10.00! 6.00! 1.00 7.00
Official Analysis... 6.345 3. U.w 6 12
Celery Special ........... .1307Guarant'd Analysis! 8.00i 5.00 2.00 ......
I Ofli:i;l Analysis... 9.12 1 5.851 0.211 6.06


7.501 1.50i Montezuma Mfg. Co.,
7.81 ......I Montezuma Ga.

2.500 Ii.' 0 Virg-inia-Carolina Chem.
2.89 11.28 Co., Savannah, Ga.

7.50 1.50 Fla. Cotton Oil Co., Tal-
7.75 ...... lahassee, Fla.

7.501 1.501Fla. Cotion Oil Co., Tal-
7.96G ..... lahassee, Fla.

3.50i 5.00 Blackshear Mfg. Co.,
2.911 5.771 Blackshear, Ga.

1.50 5.00 Blackshear lMfg. Co., Ct
1.301 4.36 Blackshea-, Ga.

... 12.50 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
.. 13.051 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

.00 12.00 Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
2.38j 11.40 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00' 5.001 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
"i 6;.77 T'V nipn. FI i.

6.00; 7.50 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
5.391 7.91 Tampa. Fla.











ANALYSES OF


NAME, OR BRAND.


>2
Ca

CC
.zz
a1


Special Fruit & Vine .... 1308 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Gulf Orange Tree......... 1309 Guarant'd Analysis]
Official Analysis.. .

Cane & Corn Special...... 1310 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Bean & Pea Special...... 1311 Guarant'd Analysis]
Official Analysis..

Die Back ................ 1312 Guarant'd Analysis]
Official Analysis.. .

Orange Producer ........ 1313 Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

Tomato Special .......... 1314 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


FERTILIZERS-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


~) L-
-C




8.00 6.001' .00! 7.00 3.00
7.611 6.89 0.161 7.05 3.300

8.00o 6.0n 2.00 ...... 4.00!
6.15 6.231 0.20 6.431 4.38!

8.00 6.00 1.00 7.00 3.00
7.366 6.Si 0.94] 7.78 3.63

7.00: 5.00' 2.001 ....... 4.00i
7.141 7.SO0 0.49 8.291 4.00

8.001 8.00i .... ..... .
8.641 7.97 0.13; 8.101 ......

8.00 7.00 1 ...... 4.50
6.711 6.8S 0.114 6.32 4.871

8.001 5.00 1.00 .... 4.00
6.291 5.78 0.61 6.39| 4.93


0
SBY \WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.
a?



13.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
14.041 Tampa, Fla.

10.00'Tle Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
12.081 Tampa, Fla.

5.00 Tie Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
6.11 Tampa, Fla.

6.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
7.31 Tampa, Fla.

1,.00 Tho Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
13.94i Tamia, Fla.

15.00'The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
15.S21 Tampa, Fla.

S.00 Tile Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
8.S4 Tampa, Fla.









H. G. Vegetable Fertilizer. 1315 Guarant'd Analysis' 10.001 5.00! 2.00...... 4.00 6.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
I Official Analysis... 6.521 6.391 4.41 10,80 4.87 7.19 Tampa, Fla.

Muriate of Potash........ uarant'd as ............ .................. 50.00Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis ... .. .. .... .. ..... ...... 51.88 Tampa, Fla.
Acid Phosphate ......... 1 117 Guarant'd Analysis ...... .1 ...... ..... ...... .. .. Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Official; Analysis..x ..... 17.59 0.19 17.78 ...... ...... Tampa, Fla.

Tampa Fruiter ........... 131S Guaran'd Analysis 10.001 S.00............ 4.00 12.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 5.581 10.16 0.17 10.331 3.91 14.39 Tampa, Fla.

Orange Tree Grow r...... 1319 Guaranitd Analysis 8.001 6.00 1.00 ...... 4.001 5.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 6.921 8.621 4.57 13.1. 4.1,14 4.65! Tampa, Fla.

Special Mixture, No. 1... 1320 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00: 1.00 ...... 5. 00 5.00,Wilson & Toomer Fertz. o
Official Analysis... 8.18 5.74 1.98 7.741 4.88i 5.721 Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 1
II I I I i i i I
Ideal Potato Manure.....11321 Guarantd Analysis 8.001 6.00 1.0 .......4.00 8.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Official Analys... 9.851 5.98 1.47 7.45 3.94 8.051 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Ideal Fruit & Vine Manure 1322Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 6.00 ............3.00 10.00 ilson & Toomer Fertz.
Official Analysis... 8.53 6.53 0.29 6.82 3.52 10.96 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Ideal Vegetable Manure.. 1323Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00.0000 ...... 4.00! 8.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Official Analysis.. 8.94 6.20 1.60 7.8S 3.T77 a I1, Co., Jaclsonville, Fla.

Mapes' Vegetable Manure, 1 24Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 6.00 2.00 ......1 5.00 4.00 Mapes' For. & Per. Gu-
Official Analysis.. 6.84 5.341 3.235 8.59 4.90 6.2 ano Co., New York.
i I I ... 4.900 6&2SI
Mapes' Ora'ge Tree Man're 1325 Gua:ant'd Analysis 12.00 6.00 2.00...... .00 .00 Mapes' For. & Per. Gu-
IOficial Analysis.. 10.53 5.62! 4.65 10.47i 4.29J 4.011 ano Co., New York.















NAME, OR BRAND.

-2Z


Cotton Seed Meal........ 13G26'(ua
'fic

Cotton Seed Meal........ 1327 Cu".
I mc

K ainit ................... 1: ;2S Giwa
Offic

Nitrate of Soda.......... 132i Guai
0 1omc

4 per cent. Potash ........ .1330!(Gua
Office

Honest Fertilizer ........ 1331 'Cn
Ofrc

Etiwan Blo'd&Bone Guano 13I2 'nua:
I ffic


ANA LYSES OF FERTILZERS--Continued.

hlnsph}onric Acid.








rant Analysis 'i 0
al A analysis .. .. .. ...

ialt' AnI si ...
d ...... .. ...

ial Analysis. .... ... .. ....
1am 1 l Analysis .. .. .. ..

ial A alysis ... .........


I I *
rant'd Analvysis i 12.00. .
ial Analysis .. I. 8. .. .

ranit'.l A analysis; .. .n.. n .. .. .. ]
ial A n a ly sis...' ... .. ..... ... ..n.. .

rant'd Analysisi 1 .00 o s o .i') .. ... i
;al Analysis.. 12.23 S.- 51 i 1 1. 9.n 9


Y \V HOM A\x HERE
A \ .A NUFACTURED.





7. 50 1.50 i,'loriila Cotton Oil Co.,
S. ..... Jackonville, Fla.

7. 1. iMiiclzumnna MI'g. Co., c
S21 ..... ,',ntzuma, Ga.

Si '2. A. ). Campbell, Chip-
. .. 2.1' ley, Fla.

17.01 ..... A. D. Campbell, Chlip-
17 ; '. .. .. l y, Fla.

00 A. 1). Campbell, Chip-
.02! Icy, Fla.

2.00' 2.(10) A. Campbell, Chip-
2.! : .17 I y. Fla.

2.00 .00' Eli'.an Fertilizer Co.,
2.19 1.SS h Chanrleslon, S. C.







Etiwan Spec. Pot. Mixture 1333 Guarant'd Analysis 16.00 8.00 2.00 .... ...... 4.00Etiwan Fertilizer Co.,
Oicimal Analysis... 10.30 '.3 .4 9.15 ..... 4.3 Charleston, S. C.
I i |I ,.1. rertilizeo "o
Bigbee Meal Compound. .131 (-uarant'd Analysis; 1i.'"i S.! 2.0) 1.0|1 3 .O R1 F erilizer Co.,
lhc!l Analys.. .75 S.;l .- 92 1.21 9.62 1 3..47 Montgomery, Ala.
Bigbee Blood & Bone Fir- 1333, (u int'd Analysis. 10.i00 10. 00 2.00 ..... 2.00 Bibee Fertilizer Co..
tilizer ................. Official Analysis... 2. 71 1.411 11 2.17. 2.07 Montgomery, Ala.

16 per cent.Acid Phosphatei 1 0 Guanrntd Annal ysisi 1;.00 1;.o 2.00 ...... ...... ..... Gouldin Fertilizer Co.,
OiFicial Analysis..... .. t;.22 1.09' 17.31 ... ...... Pni-acola, Fla.
14 per cent.Acid Phosphate 133i7 Guarant'd Analysis 16.00 1 1.00 2.001...... ............ Guldin, Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis......... 15.: 22 10.G5 ..... ...... Pensacola, Fla.
Muriate of Potash........ l13S Guarant'd Analysis 20.00 ...... ...... ...... ...... 50.00 C oulding Fertilizer Co
Of icial Anal sis ... .. .... ...... ..... .. ...... ... 55..52 Pensacola. Fla.
SI I I I I i i !
Muriate of Potash........ 1339 CGuarant'd Analysis ........ .. ...... .. i...... 50.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co..
Official Analysis.. I...... .......... ....... 5.0.22I Pensacola, Fla.
Goulding's H. G. Eng. Gu-[
ano ................... .1340 Guarant'd Analysis, 16.00 il .iio, 2.00 ... 2.00' 2.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
Officia! Analysis... 12.7. 10. 17 1.44i 11.91 2.1 '2.04 Pensacola, Fla.
16 per cent.Acid Phosphate 13411 'uarant'd Analysisi 16.00' 1;.00o 2.00 ...... ............ Gou!ding Fertilizer Co,
Official Analysis.......... ;.07 1.19 17.2 ...... Persacola, Fla.
Goulding's Bone Comp'nd. 132 uarant'd Analysisi 1.00i .) 2.00 ...... 2.00 2.00'Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
I fic i .\Xa!nV- i..9. 11.1 0'.i;1 1.1 1 0.73 2.12 2.21' Pensacola, Fla.
Coilia's H. OG. Me.l F r 1 'ni'd Aalysi 10.00 1.0 2.001...... 2.00 2.001 Goulding Fertilizer Co,
tilizer ................. Cfiial.i A ysis.. 1I2.72 1 11.01 0.82 11.3 2.11 2.38 Pensacola, Fla.










ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.


C


I I I
Birmingham Stand. Grad 1341 (;uarant'd Analyvsis 10.00
Fertilizer .............. Official Analysis.. 11..J_

Wire Grass Meal Coip'nd 135' Guii:ant'd Analysis, 10.00!
[Official Analysis.. 10.64!

Georgia State Grange Fer- 1346 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
tilizer ................. Official Analysis.. 10.37

Cotton Seed Meal....... .13471Guarant'd Analysis .....
Offici;e Analysis....... .

Primo H. G. Acid Phos.... 1348|Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... .......

Primo H. G. Blood & Bone 1349 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 10.22


SBY WHIOMI AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


I1 i I
s8.0 2.00 ..... 2.00 Birmingham Fertz. Co.,
9.42 1.5s 11.27 2.01l 1.84i Birmingham, Ala.

8.00. 0000 ...... 1.001 3.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem. c
8.701 0.701 9.40 1.201 2.15 Co., Montgomery, Ala. "

8.001 2.00 ...... .00 2.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
8.70 0.70 9.40 1.20 2.15 Co., Montgomery, Ala.

...... ...... 2.5J 7.50, 1.50ISouthern Cotton Oil
. .. ... ... 7.73 ... .. I Co., Pensacola, Fla.

14.00 1.00 ............ ...... iGulfport Cot. Oil, Fertz.
14.80 1.36 16.16 M.... ...... & Mfg. Co., Gulfport,
S I Miss.
10.001 1.00 ...... 2.2.0 0.00 Gulfport Cot. Oil, Fertz.
10.66 1.41 12.071 3.34 1.78 & Mfg. Co., Gulfport,
|I I Miss.









AliarvmI in Home Mixtiurll. I :;.i ( uai'; n al .\ill h;i II oI. i
( i l ....... ..... .li l

Libi rly 3ell Guano. 1... J 3 iil nrant 'd Analvsis 10.00
S i01 1i i;l A nalysis.. 1 3.11

Alaimnia Standard Guano.,]:12 Ciiarani 'd Analysis 10.00(
S Ofiii cial Analysi.... 1. 1. .

Farmer's Fish Guano .... 13., (uaMraid Analysis 10.00.
Oili ial Analysis.. 12.47,

Kainit ................. 1354 Gia ranil' Analysis 15.00
Oiliiial Analysis.. .....

ione Flomur .............. 1,355 Giu aiintlI Analysis| 10.00(
I 303 aici Analy is........

I \ '
Ariloi8 's Corn zandl Cotton .i36 (i rani Ani lysis 110. iI
(rower ...... ..... .... .. iciil \nal sis 1.

Arnn ir FI ruLi and Root! I :7Cua'ainI d Analysi 1 .o0!
('Crop Spe cial .......... Offi al An sis... 12 .1

Sw oe t Potato Special..... (135Si iinrint'd Ana:ysis S.00'
OfFicial Analysis.. S.2 S

Orange Fruiter .......... 13590 ;iarant'd Analysis' 10.00
o |Ofci:al Analysis ... G.60


S,. ilr
(iii

N 1 11
I
II N









12. 1
ii 7;











7 liii


N0. 1iii
) :;7


2 01 ......
0.!'. 5 9. 2


i.33; 10.8S

2.0 ......


2 .00 ......
2 00 I ..... ..
0.44 12.2S,

..... ......


14.001 ......
1;.190 25.560

I 0n
. 0O ......
S.54' 9.27


0.79 S.C69

2.00 8.00
1.2S' 8. 56

1.00 7.001
0.10 6.79:


2.00


2 ( l
2.0:3

2.000
1.96

2.00






3.15 .

2.00 1
2.00
a.05





1.9S 1

3.50'
2.00i
2.133

2.00
1.98'

..50


4.00
4.45'


2.00 Mlarianna Mfg. Co., Ma-
2.48 rianna. Fla.

2.00 Ala. Chem. Co., Mont-
]. 84 gomery, Ala.

2.00 Ala. Chem. Co., Mont-
2.06 gomery, Ala.

2.00 Farmer's Fertilizer Co.,
2.21 Montgomery, Ala.

12.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
12.58[ Jacksonville, Fla.

..... Armour Fertz. Works,
.....| Jacksonville, Fla. C

2.00|Armour Fertz. Works,
2.066 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
5.74 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00!The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
G.44; Tampa, Fla.

10.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
11.74 Tampa, Fla.











ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Tomato Special .......... 1360 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Melon Special ........... 1361 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Orange Tree Grower...... 1362 Gnarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Vegetable Special ........ 1363 Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

Special Fruit and Vine.. 1364 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

GCorgia State Ammoninated 1i65 Guarant'd Analysis
Superphosphate ........I Official Analysis...

11. 0. V. C. Tip Top Tomatoll 66 Guarant'd Analysis!
Trucker' ...............I Official Analysis.. .


8.00
7.19

8.00
7.40

8.00
7.94

10.00
7.58

8.001
8.40,


8.81;

8.00!
6.731


IS


5.00 1.00 ... .
6.371 0.59 6.96

6.00 1.00 7.00
7.21 0.70 7.91

6.00 1.00 7.00
7.45 1.35 8.80'

6.00 1.00 7.001
6.76 1.26 8.02

6.00 1.00 7.00!
7.07[ 0.071 7.14

8.0O0 1.00 ......
6.81 3.021 9.83

7.00| 1.00 ...... 1
12.41] 0.441 12.851


BY V',HOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


4.00|
4.101

3.50
3.971

5.00
4.85

5.00
5.08

3.001
3.00
3.36/


2.023

4.001
2.471


8.00iThe Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
9.07 Tampa, Fla.

7.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co., a
7.411 Tampa, Fla.

6.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
6.94 Tampa, Fla.

5.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
5.29 Tampa, Fla.

13.001The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
13.691 Tampa,- Fla.

2.00;Virginia-Carolina Chem.
2.22; Co., Savannah, Ga.

5.00!Virginia-Carolina Chem.
3.04 Co.. Savannah, Ga.










H. G. V. C. Florida Fruit 1367 Guarant'd Analysis]
Grower'" Fiuru ia ..... Unlici A aiic i naysi...

DoSoto Brand Orange Tree I13S Guarant'd Analysis
Grower ................; Official Analysis..

Blood, Bone and Potash. 1369 Guiarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Watermelon Special ...... 1370 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Tomato Special .......... : 71 i arant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Corn Special ........... 1372 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Sweet Potato Special..... 1373 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Ve' table ................ 13741Giarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...
La.rgo Special Fruit andl I
Vine .................. 1375'Guarant'd Analysis
S 1Official Analysis.. I

Fruit and Vine ......... 13761 Gnarant'd Analysis|
I Official Analysis...


8.001
4.581

10.001
4.09[

10.00
10.32

10.00
6.26

10.00
8.45

10.00
10.25
1
10.001
10.59]

10.00|
9.381

10.00
8.32

10.00|
8.371


7.00o 1.001 ...... 1
6.,)4 2.4S, i0.52

6.00 ....... ......
7.73 O.S7 S.G0

8.00 1.00 ......
8.20 0.571 S.77
I i
5.00 1.00o .....
5.38 0.63' 6.01

6.00 1.00 ......
6.50 1.20 7.70

6.00 1.00' ......
6.060 1.51 7.57j

6.50o 1.00 ......
6.79| 0.941 7.73,

7.00] 2.00i .
8.011 0.941 8.95!
1 I 1
(;.00| 1.00| ......
6.401 0.951 7.35

6.00 1.001 ......
6.72| 0.75] 7.47]


3.50|
3.7.b


4.11

5.00]
4.901


5.000

4.432


2.79

2.50!
2.471

4.004
3.631

3.00'
3.00G

2.501
2.38]


4.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
I.. L Co., Savannah, Ga.

. 50',Virginia-Carolina Chem.
I. Co.. Savannah, Ga.

7.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
7.GS Jacksonville, Fla.

S.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
S.55 Jaclksonville, Fla.

S.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
7.70 Jacksonville, F!a.

A.00 Armour Fertz. Works.
G.17 Jaclkonville Fla.

2.50 Arnmour Fertz. Works,
3.901 Jacksonville, Fla.

..00]Armour Fertz. Works,
5.G4! Jacksonville, Fla.

10.00[Armour Fertz. Works,
9.411 Jacksonville, Fla.

1i.001 Armour Fertz. Works,
9.991 Jacksonville. Fla.
















NA.ME, OR BRAND.


Ideal Vegetable Manure... 1;77 Gai
Ofic

t{i al Fuil aniln Vine Ma- 1.17 G(Nuai
in Ire ................ .... ( ;i

Orange Tree Grower...... 1379 Guai


Tanl i a Fruiler .......... 13SO Guai
Oime

Fruit and Vine........... .13 1 Guai


Dark Acid Phosphate .... 13S2 Gua
10>

Acid Phos hate .......... 12' 2 G-m
OnI


XNALYiSES OF FERKTILIZERS--Coninued.

I111osplioric Aci I.
0
: I 'BY WHOM Ain WHERE
S| i I MANUFACTURED.




'ant'd Analyssi S.00 G.Uoi| 1.0 ...... 4.00| 8.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
ial Analysis... 10..35 (.211 1.190 7.43] 3.88 8.80 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

n ial Analysis.. 8.9 i 5.7 1.6 3 3 7.091 3.28 10.20 Co., Jacksonville, Fla. -

rant'd Analvsis 5.00 4.50 5.00 ...... 4.00 5.00Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
ial Analysis.. ..... .. s.74 5..; 14.35 4.801 6.111 Tampa, Fla.

ant'd Analsis' 5.00| 6. 5.il. ...... 4.001 12.00ITampa Fertilizer Co.,
ial Ana-lsis.. 1.S1 4.1 10.. 14.071 4.24 13.511 Tampa, Fla.

,ant'd Analsis' ...... i .i ..... ...... 2.00 12.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
ial Analysis...' 4.59! S.U9 4.53 12.2' 2. '0[ 12.35! Tampa, Fla.
rar.t'i Analsis .... nn. Goulding's Fertz. Co.,
ial Anaoisis.. ...... 1;.12' 0.32' 16.44 ...... ...... Pensacola, Fla.
i I I I
rnnt',l Ana'n v is ....... 1 .041 ...... I ...... I ...... ...... IGoulding's Fertz. Co.,
ial Analysis.. ...... 17.161 0.11| 17.271 ...... ......I Pensacola, Fla.








Kainit .................. 13SIG(arannl' Analyi ...... .. .. ... I .... ..... .... 12.00|E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
Official A ...... .. .. ... .. ...... 1:3.5 Jacksonville, Fla.

Simon Pure Tomato 1 :"' A i. ., .;. ...... 5. 00 9.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
Oi nial .\ni > .... 11 4 ..: :,; N. :i 5.1: 9.17 Jac sonville, Fla.

Gem Orange Tree........ : iGuar anil Anali .-, .li ::.n ...... 1.)0' ;. l E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
Omfiial 11nt ly i I .-!2' 4. 5 I ,. 4., i (..4 Jack sonville, Fla.

Simon Pure No. ....... !. 7 iualai i \n: ly i' 1 )o ...... 4. i11 .00 :'. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
O ic l \n l !.. i. 1.0 I i.:; ;. 4.1, 12.121 Jacksonville, Fla.

No. 1 Ground Tolbacco Dusl t ; (;i:ir i'>ii d .\;!l .n.. .. ... 2.1, 2. n( E P. Painter Fertz. Co.,
O iail A :ili: ... ... ..... .. ..... ....... 1.55 2.071 Jacksonville, Fla.

Ideal Vegetable Maniiure .. I3si ,(;Guara liii .An si S. O1 ni; i .... I O .0011W'iilson & Toomer Fertz -
OHif.i! .':nlyx .:2 1.1 ;. 4.5 9.77 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Bradley Florida l egetalle 1:!0 *t i n1 t'l .i; nal vsi- d ii.nn iI.n 1 11...... 4.00 5,.(Oi n Agr. Chemical Co.,
OO i niiiti A :. 1.7 1 0.;, 7 4.)41 5.35| Jacksonville, Fla.

Mapes' Vegetable Manure., uarare. 11 Garantd .naly i. 12.00 ; i1 2.0 ...... 5.100 4.00 Mapes' For. and Per.
Official Ann'y i... 1:'.94 .: ;. :. s.7s 4. ;9 5.70 Guano Co., New York.

.Mapes Orange Tree Manure 139 2'Giarant'd Ana!lysi 12 .nn rn 2 .. ... 4.00' 2.00 1apes For. and Per.
S Offician Analyis .. 11 .00 t 1.5. 1.1.7 3.80| 3.80 Guano Co., New York.

Blood and Bone .......... 1 39, (;iarant'd .An:al. i- 1n.0 : 7. C;. ...... 6.501 ...... Armour Fertz. W works,
Official Analysis ..3 .. 92.9 .11 12.07 G.19! ......I Jacksonville, Fla.

H. G. V. C. Old Dominionl124 Guiiarantd Analysis' S-.00 7.100 1.00 ...... I 5.001 S.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
Potato Manure ........ Official Analysis.. 0.14 9.nfl 0.91 10i.90 4.20 8.12[ Co., Savannah. Ga.











ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, ORi BRAND.



I 1
H. G. V. C. Tip Top TomatoiyjLiduarantl'd Analvyis
Trucker ............... Oliciai A ,lyi s...

H. G. V. C. Fla. Fruit Greow-il 10:C Ci.r.ni',i An:lysisj
her's Formula .......... 0i i A aly s..

H. G. V. C. Fruit and Vine 137 ,(;:a':irli Anlrysis
Oij cii] Anai;sis... .

H. G. V. C. Champion Cit-11398 GCua l'nl n:lsis|
rus. Compound ......... Ot ial A ly-i...

Simon Pure No. 1........ 1399 (;ai::nt' Analysis
I iOficin Analysis.. .

Simon Pure Special No. 2. 1400 .iuar'ini An. vsi-
i !O0 fi ;;l A nal sis,... 1
I I ^ i
L. G. Blood and Bone.... 1 Anlysis
I Oficial Analysis... .


S
Ce


8.00
4.44,




S.o00
.360


5.29;

8.00
5 3.1.

10.00|






G. 82


500,


7.00 1.00 1 .... I
7.19 0.70 S.251

7.00i 1.00 ......
9.19 1.20, 10.391

0.00 .00i .
7.S4| 0.11 7.95


S.09 Tr. 8.09

C.00 1.00 ......
C.18 Tr. 6I .1S 8

0.00 2.00 .. ...
G.24 Tr. .241

12.00
.. ...... 12.92


0
S BY \VHOM Au \\HERE
MANUFACTURED.
o




4.001 5.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
4.84 5.511 Co., Savannah, Ga.

3.501 4.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem. .
3.26 4.4S Co., Savannah, Ga.

2.501 10.00|Virginia-Carolina Chem.
3.18 10.241 Co., Savannah, Ga.

3.00 14.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
3.061 14.39 Co., Savannah, Ga.

4.001 11.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
5.40 11.40 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 0.00 E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
5.481 7.66 Jacksonville, Fla.

6.501...... E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
6.52 ...... Jacksonville, Fla.










Bright Cotton Seed Meal. i402; Gua ra! l A alysis ...... ....1... ..... .
Oi l An ..... ..
1. G. Dried Bioud ....... I [O1H): iari An41 'd .\il iy:i ..... .. .. ....... .
01n ial A n l .... ...... I ......

H. G. Vegetable FIcrtilizr. 14') G ,iar atii \ AnIi alysis 10.00 -.0n 2.00' ...
S 2'iciat l An l 1is ;..S 7 7.T. 12.:4

Bone, Blood and Pitashi. 14 50G' a'i d .\i: sis 0.00 :;.01 ) .
:icia An;i.!s' ,... 6.20 S.1G l 4.23 12 .39
I 1 .) 5. 00......

Germofert II. G. V\'ug. abli,: i' ;,G. l i,: i ., 3.00 5.00 ....
Fertz. ............. .... .(i iA t yi~ si.; 5. 02. i 0.2 : 13.22

Orange Tree Grow'er...... 11 ;, 'i: '. '11 Ai;l is S.00 1;. 1 ......
i 1 j i
S l ici i ... -.45 o.7 5.15 1,' 8

Tam pa Fruiter .......... iU l ti ,r: \i:.I :A | 1i 1 .00| I; ... .
i i Anil ;s.. 3.31 .l 2.4 10.90

Fruit and Vine.......... '1 '! Gla;GLi 'ii '. l An aysisIS 8.00 (. 1. ......
O;;-i L Aiial', si. .1 .141 9 .l0 4.5S 13.5S8

Sulphate of Ammonia..... l3 1 ,lGi .i'.u l'd An.alyis .. ...... ... .......
O n' ici l A na~l i- | .. ... ...... .

Gulf Orange Prodllic r.. iL. l ;ii !il' A.: lyisi lo.0 7. 1 00 2.00 9.00;
O Acia;;l Analyisi.. G.18 7.69 0.01 7.701


8.001 1.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
7.99 ...... Jacksonville, Fla.

16.00U ...... E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
10.04 ...... Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 6.00 'Tamipa Fertilizer Co.,
4.01 6.221 Tampa, Fla.

5.00 4.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
4.621 4.32 Tampa, Fla.

4.00 6.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
4.291 7.15 Tampa, Fla.

4.00 5.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co..
4.00 5.39 Tampa, Fla.

4.00 12.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
3.80 12.18 Tampa, Fla.

2.00 12.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
2.01 12.47 Tampa, Fla.

25.00 ......Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
25.61 ...... Tampa, Fla.

4.50 15.00 The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
4.71 14.87 Tampa, Fla.










ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.

I 'h lphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. -





Tom ato Special........... 1ll12 ( ui l t A si i i 1. ......
iOfilcidl A li -y.. .: G1 ;. .

O range Fruilii' ......... 1 11:: u;. ; '1 .\CI I; I:.- l ii i l i;. 1. l T.110

i I i
Orange Tree Grower .... 11 1 ( u iin:wr n ', :.\ i:I s i ii' i 7T.
O flicii] A n\ ;i
Swect, Potato Spec'al .... 'I Gi(;ulli; i I \V i i R.nl .,n N.I
( ) fn r i ; i \ ] l; .\ 7 '2 1 N n ', t1

V egetalile Sp] cial ........ 11 1i; (GiI.!' i [ll i] \-',: 1 I)i I; I. i 1 nl T.i
O ffheU 1 \. n;al,-.,i. .. 7.T7', 7 .-,, n. ; ,,. 1:1I

W & T.'s Coim plete Swe l I I i7 (G ;i;nt 'il .\I ] ,i i 1 .00 1 .n .... .
Potato Fertilizer ....... i:h \ ; s 12.12 ; : ; :; 2

The Ideal Ferltilizei ....... 1 H i ;Ir; i .\ lv'i .l) .n i i ;
(O f iai] lysis. N i .:" 1.I ;.


1.11(1






I Ilid
2 ,1


liY VWhOM AMx) WHERE
MI MANUFACTURED.





.0l 'Th( Gulf Fertz. Co.,
10.i0i Tampa, Fla.

I i.u The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
10. 1- Tampla. Fla.

i;.ni The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
G. 41 Tampa, Fla.

5. o lThe Gulf Fertz. Co.,
5. 11 Talipa. Fla.

.0Ii The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
0.T' 0 Tampa, Fla.

2:.5 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
:1.2:9 Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.

i;. .oiilscn & Toomer Fertz.
5.I.;T, Co., Jacksonville, Fla.










Ky. Tobacco Stems....... '1110 Gu an l'd Ainalsis ....
S 0 1ici An. l si; ..' .

No. 2 Tobacco Dust........ I 2nlii 0rlan d \i i.;!1 si:
( flicial A nalysi .. .

No. 3 Tobacco Dust. ..... I121 (!u;iin:an'd Anl i' Mhi .
GOl elicial Anali-; ...

H. G. Ky. Tobacco Dust... 1122 Guar: Ani.\lisi> ..
Olilei:il A al] si .

H. G. Ky. Tobacco Dust... 1 12 :(-uanll'd A l sis ....
I O flicial Anal si-.. . ...

H. G. Ground Ky. Tolbacco i12l Cl;raT;!ll'd An;t .e ....
Stem s ................. O ll ial A ; lysis ....

H. G. Ground Ky. Tobacco I 25'(;Gulril ''d An.y.sis ......
Stem s ................. Official .nalysis... ......

H. G. Ky. Tobacco St ems.' l R2'6 irant'd A.nalvsi ....
I (Ot cia nl .nalyi .. .. ...

Armour's Vegetable ...... 1 27 (uirant'd .\ lX sis I 0.iii
Offi() ci:l :aly i .. i. 71


Armour's Blood and Bone. 1-12N (;u;iNin I'd A]lkii1s
Oflicial Analysis..


S 1.7..












:11
..... ..... .






2.,,






... ...... ...... .1....
1 7. 161 1. i1


10 ,' 1 I


S.0) The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
7.'i Jacl: onvillc. Fla.

5.n00 !The Armour Fertz.VWks.,
;3. )l Jacksonville, Fla.

S.AII The Armour Fertz.Wks..
7.48S Jacksonville. Fla.

7.25 Sanders Fertz. Co.,
6.76 .Jacksonville, Fla.

7.25 Sanders Fertz. Co.,
1.(; 1 Jacksonville. Fla.
-1
s.00 E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
G.7- .Jacksonville, Fla.

S.on i O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
6.77 Jacksonville, Fla.

..... \Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
6(. 2- Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

6 00 'The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
G;. 12' Jacksonville, Fla.,

..... The, Armour Fertz.Wks..
.. Jacksonville. Fla.


I;.50'


;.111











ANALYSES 1F' FERTILIZERS-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Armour's Irish Potato Spe- 1429 Guarant d Analysis
cial ................... iOficiali Analysis...

Armour's WVatermlIn Spae- 1430o.u: 1rai 'd Analysis
cial ................... I OUtici l Analy is..

Armours Strawb'y IFr ii.r 1431 Guarant'd Analysis
i lOnicial Analsis...

Armour's "Star" lHen Fer- 14:32 G(;u nt ,1 Anl ys2 s
tilizer ................. Oinf cidl \n i

Armour's C,)'n S~- i cil. Gu l 1"rn l A ]. sis


Armour's Sw et Potato L4;4 Gia4i2ii1, AV si,
Special ................ ci si .

Special 3lixlu i, ... 14:15,Guain a l
I Official Analysis... .


10.00i
9.061
1
10.001
6.381

10.00
LU.91
I
LO .00O





10. 00
1). 65

10.00
9.471


5. 0




G. )O
Il



G. 151


5. 1


10

5. 311


.o





1.00 ......
u.91 6.67


0.751 5.83

2.00 ......
0.28 C.01

1 Oil
0.-12 6.57

1.0; ..
i .1; 7. .37

1.00 ..
0.46 S.76


0.19 5.50


3.51

3.00
.<





2.98

2.00
2.25

3.00i
3. 8i

3.00
2.74

2.50
2.70o

6.001
6.531


0

O





9.191 Jacksonville, Fla.

8.00 iThe Armour Fertz.Wks.,
9.50 Jacksonville, FlHEa.
SMANUFACTURED.










10.00iThe Armour Fertz.Wks.
9.279 Jacksonville, Fla.
6.00,The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
9.011 Jacksonville, Fla.
.0l0 The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
9.50 Jacksonville, Fla.


3.00, The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
9.27j Jacksonville, Fia.

G.001 The Armour Fertz.Wks.,


6.09 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.50 The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
3.94 Jacksonville, Fla.

7.00 The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
6.711 Jacksonville, Fla.











Vegetable Special ........ 11 :;;i aLara.nt'd Analysis'
S Ulliclimi Analysis.. .

Orange Fruiter .......... I :. ;i ii'.;. l'd .\ alysis i
S':,.* \ niL ysis.. .
i ii

Celery Special ........... ;i'i A\i is
U'J l;'
Special Fruit & Vine.... I (;ui an' naly isV
0 2(>;ichil A .;lysi... |

Strawberry Special ...... I ll (;uilant'd Analysis,
S (W c:l An:lysii...

Lettuce Siiecial .......... I 1 i (; ::: '. i' Analy.is[
Ul;'.cial A wii lv-is.. .

Tam pa Fruiter .......... 1 112 i ;';i ,, ii :alysi
doii'h Ail: sis .. .

II. G. Veg. "Fish Guano" .. I. i 1i( Gui.i.tin'd Analysis;
i 'O ilic i'l A aIlys is... i

Tampa Fruiter (Germoterti)! C1GI.ur.I' d Analysis
S ciaC l Ai\ lysis...

H. G. V. C. Southern States 1 It., il I u ilt'.t \. alvsisx
Special Veg. Grower.... ,(liecial Aialysis...'


10.00





10.011
""i.
It. 2tt


I1 0i
10. Oo
12. L


0. 2

6.00t
11 t)1


10.S ',


4.UL

10.00;
5. 1 0
5.00
4.032

S.OiO
5.3G


(; 0
. (10 i










Il







.50
5;. uS






2;. 5o10
0 .03
6. 1, I
,.00 i
,. 57 [



I. 00:
t;.8 s


1.001 7.001
o.:; 7.,S8

1.00 7.00
o.18 7.96

2.00 7.00
Ii.7 0 6.47

1.00 7.00
0.01 7. 03

1. 00 .. I
0.74 7.771

2.00 6.001
.01 S.27


2.73 9.04


6.811 12.081

5 .00 ...... I
6.600 .331

1.00 .
2.65 9.52


5.001 5.00 The Gulf Fertz.
-5.7I G. SS Taiil a, Fla.

4.001 10.00 The Gulf Fertz.
4.44 10.49 Tampa, Fla.

6.00 7.50 The Gulf Fertz.
7.25 7.791 Tampa, Fla.

3.00 13.00 The Gulf Fertz.
3.721 1.801 Tampa, Fla.

3.00 8.00 The Gulf Fertz.
3.15 8.531 Tampa, Fla.

G.501 5.00|The Gulf Fertz.
4.12] G.50, Tamipa, Fla.

4.001 12.00 Tampa Fertz.
4.43 13.71 Tampa, Fla.

4.001 6.00 Tampa Fertz.
4.38 6.591 Tampa, Fla.

4.001 12.00 Tampa Fertz.
4.211 14.77 Tampa, Fla.

4.00 5.001Va.-Car. Chemical
4.65 4.461 Savannah, Ga.


Co.,





Co..
Co.,


Co.,


Co..


Co.,


Co.,


Co.,


Co.,


Co.,











ANALYSTS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Mailnure .... ...........

TIeSolo Brand Orange Fi'i~ H7 Hwia (:1. ti Aihisis
rionei ............... Mlii i Anil .i.

H-. G. V. C. Fla. Friiit I (itit \il
rioxei's Fornmulu ..... I Whekl A ix

Ideal Fruji & Vine MafinuxI I HItl k in .1 Analsis


WV. &-~ T's Sjiec' M~ix. Non 1 1.) Icii(IaiiiI \iixd
WeI An iix~

D)ark Cotton SeedT 'ralI -' ,1] (;0, Ba 1 n'I iii


1O() 1.


4Ii. iii

N; I*"

4. ii




Sil I


i............I loii


1 n 71 7.21 5AII


O ii 1 .1 .
!); 2. 2! 1I 11 5






14 2 x 9 S 'x I "


1


| IY WHOM A.) WHERE
MANUFACTURED.





12. i Vii.-Cari. chemicall Co.,
11.77 Savannah. Ga.

;.0 OVa.-Car. Chemical Co.,-
5.24 Savannah. Ga.

1.oi Va.-Car. Chemical Co.,
1.71 Savannahl (Ga.

10.01 \V ilson & Toonrr Feriz.
'.9T! Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.

5.0i0 Wilson & 'Toomer Fertz.
i;.i 0 Co.. Jacksonville Fla.

i.7;. The Fla. iM'g. Co.. Mad-
ison. Fla.











BUREAU OF FEEDSTUFFS.

1. E. ROSE, State Chlmini. I: PI :'1K (GRIEENE, Assistant Chemist.
A!1:l.\, s (' | Sp l -: l I i r S, !, .\ct A )ppI odv l Mla 21, 1I 5.
,' ; il i ,I ] 1 l l''h Y I.


NAME, OR BRAND.


=z


( ', l ul a il v ( t tlichil lor-

Fii N(i. ...........................
1 \. 2...........................

iFo (I Ni 21 ..........................
Fei't N(1 1 i.. ........ ... .. .. ......
I't e ,il D ai 'y1 F eed ................
PIm 'l 1l s ( ro w id F d ................ .
P l l'i 'l F e ('! . . . . . .. .
K u lzl U V\ ine S l I ll s ........... .....
('Cori l :1l Volv,'i Ben:l Chollps, -: (co/'in
Corn ;11,l Velvy"l 1,ans ('hops. 1 -:; corn,
l'' u(d N o 4 . . . ... .. .

F e e l .. .. .. .. ... ... ....... ......


-C-




f 1K


By Whom Sent.


.3 43.a i 7. ii F. Turner, 1)eFuniaih Springs, Fla.


T 52 9.2:. ;
\II"


I.,
s;2. 2.







sIt;

9 11.1. 1 12] W


I. I, "2. 2: tn itm & Hester, Tampa, Fla.
. 1 .::, [a n ld & IIoster, Tampa. Fla.
:,.2, :;.In 3 aii l & lilester. Tampa. Fla.
S. 1 .I E. (I 9Parcel,. Tampa, Fla.
:;. 2.-l 1H. (;. P'arcell. Taminpa. Fla.
1. 2 :;.:.5 T. T. Illiu i o. Ocala, Fla.
I.J i; j7. C. E. le Chip)ley, Fla.
: i 1. 2 '. .\I. ellowsi Cottondale, Fla.
1 .. !..'C'. 1. Fellows. C'ottondale. Fla.
: .: .5 .:;-. iarnimld & HTester, Tampa. Fla.
I .72 lD rtitiard & lH i-ester, Tampa, Fla.
: T :!...5 Hariman & Hulsey, Tampa, Fla.











BUREAU OF FEED STUFFS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. I



Rescue Grass Hay...................
Our Special Feed....................

U. N. I. Dairy Feed.................
"A' Grade U. N. I. Horse and Mule
F eed ............................
Corn and Oat Feed ..................

Feed ..............................
Mixed Barley and Oats..............
Mixed Barley and Oats..............
Our Own Feed ......................
Feed No. 1, "Bob"...................
Feed No. 2, "John"...................
Mixed Feed; Shorts, Cotton Seed Meal,
and B ran ..........................
Sucrene Dairy Feed .................
Purina Feed ........................
Stafolife Feed ......................
Marsh Grass Hay. ...................
Oats and Other Grain................
Coffee W eed ........................
Bran ................................


90 29.02 8.69 52.09
91 10.10 6.58 66.87

92 11.85 21.59 47.31
93 14.40 13.03 53.47

94 4.45 11.32 68.78

95 12.60 10.67 60.45
96 9.95 10.97 61.86
97 9.67 10.97162.24
9S 6.45 9.83'67.93
99 13.15 11.23 58.101
100 10.80113.25 57.181
101 8.00 21.85149.55

102 13.35 15.62 43.73
103112.04 12.15 58.07
104116.75 12.46 48.451
105'25.22112.01136.361
106!10.73 10.92160.54[
107 22.02 18.22139.12
108 6.95113.34 54.65


1.08
1.20

3.98
2.15

2.53

2.23
3.10
1.70
1.30
3.25
3.S5
4.331

7.88
3.90
6.771
1.361
4.86
2.22
6.32


4.35
3.05

4.90
5.50

1.00

2.30
3.62
3.17
2.57
3.37
5.271
5.20

8.301
3.47
7.00
6.72
2.77
11.48
5.42


BY WHOM SENT.




William Roberts, Tallahassee. Fla.
Co-operative Grocery Co., Jacksonville,
F!a.
United Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
United Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co., Century. -i
Fla. -Ij
Aycock Lumber Co.. Aycock, Fla.
Brown, Orlando. Fla.
Vertrees & Co., Palatka, Fla.
Austin &Rendleman, Jacksonville, Fla.
Vincent & Gray, Jacksonville, Fla.
Vincent & Gray. Jacksonville, Fla.
T. C. Gibson, Apalachicola, Fla.

T. C. Gibson. Apalachicola, Fla.
S. J. McCasklil, Freeport. Fla.
J. J. McCashill. Freeport, Fla.
E. G. Hyde. Chester, Fla.
Take Brown, Ocala, Fla.
R. E. Rose, Tallahasree, Fla.
C. E. Pleas. Chipley, Fla.











Feeid . . 1 100 11. 62]10.OS163. 501
W heat Shorts ..... .. .. 3..'9 17.72 0 .
iran ........ .... ....... 1 8.44 1 17.21 51.8 1
Shorts .................... ........ 4.10 .72 5; .161
Shorts .................. ...... 1131 7. 5 17.00 56. --1
Para Grl; s Hay............. ...... 114 32.13 8.11 44. 23
Oats and Wheat................... 115 10.86111.32 61.10
Beg"ar Weed Seed Hulls............ 11632.28 17.06 35.24-
Sumar Cane Basse ......... 117 32.40 3.5157.7
ran ................. ........... 8 8.29 17.11 53.
Cotton Seed M eal .................. 119 21.05 20.03135..S,'


l.f16

5. 6;
4.6:;1
3.651
1.25
3.30
0. 21
0.7 7
5.11
s.o,


1.16CGco. W. WVarl, DeFu.;niak riins, Fla.
2 .91 C' SR lii-hi ll..\ Arc:liia. F:i .
4.63 I'eninsu;lar N\ Ston s 'o.. ji,. TrL .
..44'Peniiisulir N xia! Store Co., Tiniii, Fla.
5.27 Geo. J. iBaswell, Inverness, Fla.
5.14 Robt. Carllon. Nocatee, Fla.
2.71 Vincent & Gray, Jacksonville, Fla.
1.7S S. Caoxse' t'. Iloy1d. F!n
1.10 R. E. Rose. TI':llaliassoe, Fla.
5.52 J. M. lissall. Yani to. Fla.
4.21 Fred XW. Burress, Lake City, Fla.











DEPAIRMENT OF AGRICULTURE--DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
AALYS!s IF iFEE'DSrTI''FF. 1).
R. E. ItOSI:. Sta'lei Cli( n1 I. E1'1('CK GI(lENE, Assistant Chemist.
Samtllplk' T IaK-l i, 'V ];i. 3|poc el r l' 'i ( clion \

i I.. ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. MANUFACTURERS.



i i i I
Diincr Feed ............' ;I. ; (Iu ri nl ni'd A:mly-is: O1. .l .I ........ The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
O()fieiil At il sis .. .15 .: ; 1. :0: .25' cago, Ill.

Plinii a Feeld ............. ; ( (;,ii.',ml'l A alt.v is> 7.9' I.1 I; 1 1.5I ..... Ralston Purina Co.. St. Louis, -7
i T aicil A nalysis... L 1.4. 1: .7 -1. 2.27 -\Lo.

Co(ll( lion F d .......... .. (; ,nt'il A :Ni ysi 2.:1' lo. :;.T ...... ie orno _M ills Co., East St.
j
Onlicial -inl, sis... 2.22 in..:;. 7, .'l 2 .A 1.7l Louis, Ill.

(Col tin Horse. & l1o iF ,e ; ; G'i,(iuar';mt'ld Analysis 12.l0 10. n( 5,s.50 .5 ....... 'Tlhe Corno Mills Co., East St.
O( iIcial Analysis... : I I :. ] : ,.. : :,. _" .22 Louis, 11l.

Drii(l ,L'i I Pulpl .......... ;7 (; iT7 :n t'i An;alysis 1 2 .n !. i) i .. .. Thle Lanowe M killing Co., De-
i l ;l Analysis... 1 .05 1'.27 i .05s .25' 2.,j troit. M ich.

Victor iFic l .............. i71 ;I llalii 'd .ntl;io sis'. 12. 111 7.,1' ;2 .1i :11 0 ...... The Quallker Oats Co., Chi-
illictial A nalysi s... 12.:, l.:; 2. 2. 75. cago, 111.

Sucini Horse & ule I', Id C u 1' Analysi 1:1.5 0 I 1(1. '.45 :-;.. ...... American Milling Co., Phila-
[ iOllicizil Analysis.. 7.;39;, 10.16;, 61 ,4 l 7.19, delphia, Pa.








Stafolife Feed ..........


Pine Leaf Middlings......


Pure Wheat Middlings...


Pure Wint'rWheat Middl's


Pure Wheat Middlings...


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


N utriline ................


Upland Cotton Seed M31aI.


Cotton Seed Meal........


Creamo Cotton Seed Meal


673 Guarant'd Analysis! 11.00|
Official Analysis... 1 S.(7

Gb4 Guarant'd Anai:lsis 6. 10
Official Anal.yis.. 4.!)0

675 Guarant'd Analysis! (.00
Official Analy-is.. (G.II)

676 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analys!...l .(;5

677 Cuarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis...> 6.U5

678 Guarant'd An:ilyi;is 11.00
Official :Analyi .. .i I.25'

9 (lGuarant'd Analysis' 1i0.00
Official Analysis .. (.S1

680 unarant'd Anailysis ......
Official Analysis.. 10.10i

GS1 'Guarant'd Anlysis ......
Official Analydsis... 10.00
6 I I i
GS2'Guarlni'd Analysis .....
Official Analysis... 23.201


11.00t 5:8.001 6.u001 ....... Lawrence & Hamilton Feed
9.92 0O. ;0 C.2: G.:;01 C,. New Orleans, La.

15.75; 57.095 1.2i l.1 Ccairi \iiin Company, Cairo,
1. (;.5 7.G:; 1.1n 3.S7 Il i ois.

;.0n i 0:3.5 .5 li.... I. tIHopl)insi vill Milling Co., Hop-
15.21 57.;:;: 3.85 4.CU) kinsville, Ky.

160.00 5 .0 i 1.00 ...... IThe liiunter Bros. Milling Co.,
17.5.5 57.011 4.09II 3.82 St. Louis, Mo.

t. 15 59. 5S I 4. ...... I Inglolia t Bros., Evansville,
10.'. 50;.7,,) 4.85, 4.SO Ind.
i I i I
9.U0 ;2. 0 4. u ...... 'Thie Great Western Cereal Co., X
8.2o .l. l i 3.0~0 3.22 Co.ica o, Ill.

1:2. (0 5 :00 5.) ...... .N iiri line Milling Company,
10.7 5;.75 5.39 4.71' Crowley, .a.

:S.C 2 ............ ...... ValidstLa Oil Company, Val-
3: .3:,i 31.Si t .7,, 5.7 drisn, Ca.

38.62 ...... ............ Vieml'l Cot on Oil Company,
38.96' 2;0.171 5.37 Vienna. Ga.

22. 0' 2o0. 0 5.0' ..... lennises e Fiber Co., Memphis,
20.5S 39.0; 1 4.8.' 4.02' Tenn.















NAME OR BRAND.



Pride of Georgia Feed Meal


Pride of Georgia Feed Meal


Stafolife Feed ..........


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


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


Purina Feed .. ........


Cotton Seed Meal........


Pure Wheat Bran........


ANALYSES OF FEE DSTUFFS-Continued.


SADDDRESS OF
'E 2 MANUFACTURERS.
yss I a i

6S3Gunrant'd Analysis ...... 23.00; 0.00I 4.501 .. Valdosta Oil Company, Val-
iOflicial Analysis.. 19.551 24.00 36.7! G6. 10 4.30| dosta, Ga.

S64 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 22.0 20.00 4.50 ...... Valdosta Oil Company, Val-
Official Analysis... 19.151 23.6; 36.51 G.55 4.20 dosta, Ga.

685 Gurannt'd Analysis 11.00 11.0n 5:.00' 6.0 ...... Lawrence & Hamilton Feed Co.,
Official Analysis... 8.19 10.39' 5G.02: 7.332 5.66 New Orleans, La.

G66 Gurant'd analysis 10.00 S.0 62.00 3.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Company,
Official Analysis... 8.95 .56 63.15! 3.20 3.02 Chicago, Ill.

687 Guarant'd Analysis 10.51' 9.75' 63.00 3.75 ...... The Quaker Oats Company, Cht-
Official Analysis .. S.92 8.i5 ,I 66.20! 2.531 1.0S cago, III.

6SSOuiarant'd Analysis S.90 12.5n1 5 S.00 4.00 ...... Ralston Purina Company, St.
Official Analysis... 11.22 12.20 57.901 3.4 3.00 Louis, Mo.

689 Gnarant'd analysis ...... 32 :............ ...... Florida Cotton Oil Company,
Official Analysis.. 8.70! :9, .i.l 29.951 8.951 5.45 Jacksonville, Fla.

690 Guarant'd Analysis! 7.491 .09 5:.58 4.S ...... Acme Mills and Elevator Co.,
Official Analysis.. 7.851 15. IS 55.822 3.80[ 5.15 Hopkinsville, Ky.








Pare Wheat Bran .......


Pure \Wheat Bran ......


W white Middlings ........


Pure Shorts .............


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


Pure Wheat Bran ......


Pure Wheat Bran ........


Pure Wheat Bran ........


Pure Wheat Bran ........


Cotton Seed Meal.....


Cotton Seed Meal........


691 Gunrant'd Analysisl 9.491 14.60' 57.23 4.06 ...... The Dunlop Milling Company,
Official Analysis. S.5 1-.1(;1 4.07 1.S 5.92 Clarksville, Tenn.

62 G uaranft'r A sis 9.4 l.1 0' 57.2:1 I0 ..... The DUninp Milling Company,
Otficial Analysis.. 10.72 15.27 52.91 :1.1 6.451 Clarksville, Tenn.

693; Giu rant'l A\naysis; ...... ] 7.3:0 9 5. .10 .. .2...... l Acme Mills and Elevator Co.,
Official Analysis... 2.G51 15.27 0;4.1,S .nS 2.C5 lHoplinsville, Ky.

694 Gua!ant'd Anaysis, 6.50 1 4. l-.n l. ...... lshllirn-Crosbl Mlilling Co.,
Otficial Analysis... 6.52; 14.714 S.92 :.75 4. S0 Louisville, Ky.

695 Guarii'ant AiaysisI 8.001 11.50...... 4.n ..... Dunlop Mills, Richmond,
Official -. lysis.. 5.701 16.15 5S.3S 14.35 4.15 Va.

G69GlC nran d An:i .-i 's 9.50 1-!.n li.li( .10 .0 ..... Cumberland Mills, Nashville, cc
'Oficu al Analysis.... 9.25 11. 1 2 51.3S 2.75 6.10 Tenn.

697 Cuaiir: i'd i.\ni ysis 9.50i 1.5,i 5 I in) 5.0 ...... .Tenncesse Mill Company, Estill
Official Analysis... 8.35 11.1 55.811 3.10 6.00 Spring, s, Tenn.

G9S Guirat'd Analysis 9.50 14.. 5 4.,l 5. 00 ...... Tennessee Mill Company, Estill
Ofliciail Analysis.. 8.10] 15.-27 1 ..0: 3.58 5.401 Springs, Tenn.

C99Ounarant'd Analysis 9.501 i!n r5n 50.00 4. 001 ...... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Ten-
Official Analysis... S.55! 15.(i1 55. 6C; 2.701 5.97 nessee.

70 Gunrlni'd Aialys. ...... .... IVienna Cotton Oil Company,
Official An ilysis .. 10.62 S.7! ;-1 .17 6. 10 6.00! Vienna, Ga.

701 G~rant'd Analysis ......1 3 52..... .. ...... Florida Cotton Oil Company,
Official Analyss... 18.10! 22.78 6.8! 7.5S 4.452 Tallahassee. Fla.











ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.








Official An alyis.. 1. 95 .'. :17.4 .

rk Cotton Seed Meal. Guaran id Analysis ...... 7 ......
Olici:i Analysis... 19.85S .l .07 7.05

folife Feed ........... i 704 Guairant'd Analysis 11.00 11.001 53.00 S;.00 .
S Ofncial Analysis.. 11.05i 11.2' 54.1; G.'ul

crene Dairy Feed. 0 Guaan'd Analysi 12.00 1;.0, 4S.51 3.50
Oflcial Analysis...I 10.40 1;. 15 2.i -1 .;

rcne Dairy Feed...... 76 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.50 S.- 3.501.
Official Analysis... 9.321 17.20 51.03' 4.S3j

iner Feed ....... .... 707 G aran'd Analysis 10.50 9.751 (3.0 3.7
Official Analysis... 8.55 9.561 G4.411 3.10,

iner Feed .... ....... OSiGuaramid Analysis1 10.50 9.75 6:3.00 3.75.
Official Analysis...! .900 10. 27i 63. 3 .-i4

acorn Feed .......... 700 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 12.i .... :'.
Ofilcial Analysis.. 13.551 10.SS 5S.1! 2.4 :


l\DDR1SS OF
,N:FA CTURERS.
<


....Florida (Cotton Oil Company,
4.501 Tailah ass>o, Fla.

..... The Flrjiida Manufacturing Co.,
4.2.5 .iadion. i,;.

..... !awrence & Hamilton F, e. Co..
T.S2 ; N 'V urleins, La. -

. .miican Miling Company,
0.3. Chica'o, 111.

..... A ri an ilillin Company,
6.95i Chicago. Ill.

..... Tle Quaker Oats Company,
3.00o Chic;' o 111.

..... Thi Qu., k.r Oais Company,
3.0'' Chic'm o, 111.

..... ''ai i l il;ai and Mill Co..
3.451 Nasl lill: Tenn.


Cot


Dar


Sta


Su


Suc


Bat


BaI


Alf









Ceralfa Stock Feed....


Purina Feed .........


Purina Feed .....


Ship Stuff ........


Pure Wheat Bran.


Pure Wheat Bran..


"Lillie Bran" .... .


Pure Wheat Bran..


Middlings ...


Pure Wl heat IMiddlin 1s


... 710!Guarant'd Analysis]

711
Oficical Ana -lsi-.. .
... 711;Guarant'd Analysis!
OOfilcial Ainllysis.. .

712(l uaran 'd Analysis
SOneiei;l A tl:. s;s ..

... 713Cuarant'd Analysis



SOfficial Analysis...

1 5 iin:rrL Si :1(
S.76(inal Alzlysis .

711)C uarant'l Analysis]
Official Analysis..

S717!Guaranl'd Anal ;,s 1
Official Analysis .. .




.. !71SG uarant'l Annl ysis|
Official Analysis ..
.. 717:Guarrnut'd Analysis



i Oileial Analysis...
'Omicia Anal s;' ..1


11.501
S.:301

8.90)
10.395

7.901
8.221

S.001
4.671

7.491
7.621

.19
10.22]

8.50o
6.95i


9.65'

5.50'
4.17


5.501


14.00
12.55

12.5i0
I:.4:3

14. 0.
13.3t

14.50 .
16.63|

16.09)
15.411

14.60


15. 00
15.021

10.00|
16. 76;

1 00
17.29

17.11
18.20'


55.00
57.395

58.00
5S.12


(;2.11i


5S.77
I
53.58
50.00

57.23


26.50'
.3' ,




57.n00
60.021

58.181
55. 71


4.50 ...... J. B. Ed;ar Grain Company,
".10 5.65; Memphis, Tenn.

4.00 ...... Ralston Purina Company, St.
3.90 2.903 Louis, Mo.

4.501 ...... Ralston Purina Company, St.
3.731 2.351 Louis, Mo.

1.00 ...... Dunlop Mills, Richmond,
4.38 4.00 Va.

4.68 ...... Acme Mills and Elevator Co.,
2.58| 5.25 Htopkinsville, Ky.

.0 ...... The Dunlop Milling Company, 00
2.721 6.70 Clarksvillo Tenn.

4. 00 ...... 1 1llie Mill Company, Franklin,
2.92 5.10 Tenn.

:1.50...... John Wade & Sons, Memphis,
3.301 6.37] Tenn.

4.50 ...... H. C. Cole Milling Company,
4.45 3.45 Chester, Ill.

4.411 .....e. Geo. Plant Milling Company,
5.123 4.251 St. Louis Mo.















NAME, OR BRAND.



Pure Wheat Middlings....


Pure Winter Wheat Fancy
Shorts .................

Crescent Shorts ..........


Pure Wheat Shorts.....


Pure Shorts .............


Homco Feed ............


Fancy Feed ...... .......


Corno Hen Feed.........


ANALYSES OF FEE DSTUFFS-Continued.


Z
2 .o -- j


7230 Cuarant'd Analysis ...... 15.75 40.0O 4.00 .
|O;liCil 1na' -is.. 5.00i 17.:5, 5?6.()5> 5.03i
i I I i

i, Guaran- Analy.is 3.90J i6.36 G2.Ci6 4.50
i:ii l n\ ly : 5.o5| ](;.0 S. D91 4.63

722 Giuarn.' \I n lysis 8.0O 16.00 58.75, 4.251..
0;;icial AlnIaly i ;. 5.80 18.1 54.24 5.251

728 Gu r;i n!'dl A\ aysis 12.00 10.0'i 50.00' 3.50 ..
O icial An;ily is.. 6.20; 17.07, 55.991 4. 60
| .' i I I
724 Guiaant'd Anialys is! 6.50 14.001 55.00 4.00|..
O!iiciul Analyi is.. 6.10 15. 0!: 5S.941 3.55

72 51G arianut'd Analsis 7.00 8.5 700 ..00 ..
Official An, ,lysis... 3.101 11.14 6:;.79 0 9.40

72G (Guaran!i'd Analysisi 4.50 11.0oi C0O. iO 2.00O..
'O)Iicia! Anailvsis.. 7.001 10.,55 a5.2i 3.835

727 Gui;aanl'd AnalysisI 2.30 10. li1 70.00 3.70 ..
Official Analysis.. 2.42] 10.791 69.36; 3.18i


ADDRESS OF
S :\IAN UFACTURERS.



..... Sweet Springs Milling Com-
4. 00 pany, Sweet Springs, Mo.

3.135Akin-Ersline Milling Company,
4.351 Evansville, Ind.

.... IKemiper \Mill and Elevator Co.,
4.651 Kansas City, Mo.

....ohn Wade & Sons, Memphis,
4.67| Tenn.

.... ashburn-Crosby Milling Co.,
4.65 Louisville, Ky.

....American Hominy Company,
3.00 Indianapolis, Ind.

.... City Mills Company, Colum-
2.05; bus, Ca.

.... The Corno Mills Company,
1.301 East St. Louis, Ill.









Poultry Feed ....... ... 72SGuarant'd Analysis 4.00,
SI Official Analysis.. 3.05!

Purity Feed ............ 72 G aran AnalyI isI 5.50
Official Analysis... .5.60

Victor Feed ..... ...... 730 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Ollicial Analysis.. .SU0

Victor Feed ............. I 731 Guarant'd Analysib 12.00
Oilicial Analysis.. 12.55

Macon's Mill Cotton Sc,'d 7;2 Guarant'd Analysis ......
MIc.al .................. Officia Analysis... 1 .77

Macon's Mill Cotton Seedi 72;31Guarant'd Anal yi-, .....
M eal .................. Official Analysis.. 12.22

Cotton Seed MeIal ......... 734 Guarant'd Analysis. ..s...
official Analysis... 12.70

Cotton Seed Feed \Meal..l 735 Guaiant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 14.:30

Forest City Feed Meal... 736GlGuarant'd Analysis......
'Oficial Analysis ..i 19.05

Sucrene Horse and Mule 737'Guarant'd Analysis 13.50i
Feed .................. Official Analysis... 8.891


11.00 5.00 :3.(; ...... Ralston Purina Company, St.
o10.7| Us.78 : :.3.: 1 Oi Louis, Mo.

10.0'1i G5.00o .,i.o1 ...... John Wade & Sons, Memphis,
.;U 660.261 1. 101 2.021 Tenn.

7.50 62. uU 3.;o)...... iThe Quaker Oats Company,
7.63 ob. o 3.1: 3 .17 Chicago, Ill.

7.50 2.001 :.00 ....... The Quaker Oats Company,
7.28 62.37 2.83| 3.55 Chicago, Ii1.

3Gi ... ... ..... .Georgia Cotton Oil Company,
7.73 30.55 1 ;.5S 5.40, Macon, Ga.

;:S.;2. ....i .. .Georgia Cotton Oil Company,
;3.J 11 0 .25 5.15 Macon, Ga.

: C2 ...... ...... .Montezuma Manufacturing Co.,
35.85 31.00 0. 5.151 Montezuma, Ga.

:2.1i. ...... ...... Florida Cotton Oil Company,
1.41 3.24 G.80 4.90 Jacksonville, Fla.

23.00 :30.00 4.50 ...... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
23.96 36.39 7.20 4.15 Savannah, Ga.

10.00 50.00 3.0 u ...... American Milling Company,
10.03; 59.711 3.38[ 5.361 Chicago, Ill.











ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Con


NAME, OR BRAND. .
Z

-_
Corno Horse and Mule] 73S Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.00 5S.50
Feed .................. Official Analysis... 13.37 11.85 55.58

Universal Dairy Feed... 739 Guarnt'd Analysis 12.951 22.5 42.00
Official Analysis.. 21.27 15.091 48.871
Universal Horse and Mule] 740:Guarant d Analysis 16.75 11.50i 52.00
Feed ................ O cial Analysis.. 17.90 11.0(; 52.57

Banner Feed ............ 7-11 Guarant'd Analysis 10.501 9.75 3.00
|Official Analysis... 10.101 9.00j 63.78
Li.jie Bran .............. 712 Guaranl'd Analysis S.50[ 15.001 56.50!
!Official Analysis... 7.52' 15.75 57.16

Pure W'heat Bran......... 713 Gulrant'd Anlysis 9.5 11.50! 56.00
Official Analysis.. 10.151 11.G 54.10!
Pure Wheat Middlings...! 741 tGCran!'d Analysis 4.58! 1G.0l1 62.48J
| Offcial Analysis.. 5.601 17.2') 57.541
Pure Wheat Middlings... 745(Guarant'd Analysis ......I 15. 51 40.00'
IOficial Analysis...1 4.70[ 17.811 56.74[


ADDRESS OF
S MANUFACTURERS.



3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Co., East. St.
3.93 3.82! Louis, Ill.

5.25 ...... Universal Stock Food Co.,
2.65! 5.77 Lebanon, Tenn.

4.75 ...... Universal Stock Food Co., 0o
2.55 3.97 Lebanon, Tenn. o

3.75 ...... The Quaker Oats Company,
2.90 3.12! Chicago, Ill.
I
4.00 ...... Lillie Mill Company, Franklin,
2.551 5.601 Tenn.
I I
4.00 ...... Mountain City Mill Company,
2.751 7.171 Chattanooga, Tenn.

4.17[ ...... The Dunlop Milling Company,
4.651 4.051 Clarksville, Tenn.

4.00 ......ISweet Springs Milling Co..
4.451 3.80] Sweet Springs, Mo.









Pure Winter Wheat Fancy
Shorts ................

Pure Wheat Shorts ......


Pure Wheat Shorts......


Pure Wheat Bran........


Anchor Bran ............


Pine Leaf Middlings......


Crescent Shorts .........


Crescent Shorts .........
I

Pure Wheat Shorts......


Cotton Seed Meal........


Cotton Seed Meal........


746GGua'ant'd Analysisi 3.901
Official Analysis... 6.02;

7471Guarant'd Analysis[ 6.001
Official Analysis... 6.171

74SGuarantfd An:ily.sis 6.00
Official Analysis... 5.471

749 Gu:rant'd Analysis' 7.49
Official Analysis.. 7.551

750 Guarant'l An:lysis| 9.50i
Official! Analysis... 9.17i

751 Guarant' Analysis 6.10i
I Official Analysis... 5.62

752iGuarant'd Analysis! 8.00'
Official Analysis.. 6.17i

753;Guar;n:'d Analysis| 8.001
Official Anlysis.. 6.?01

751 Guarant'd Analysis 6.00
Official Analysis... 6.02

755 Guarant'd Analysis 7.00
Official Analysis... 9.20

756 Guarait'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 8.65


16.361 62.661 4.501 3.151Akin-Ersklne Milling Company,
15.50u 58.81 4 151 4.421 Evansville, Ind.
I I
16.001 48.001 4.00. Liberty Mills, Nashville,
15.5:! 59.211 3.65 4.17 Tenn.

]6.00| 48.00 4.00 ...... Star Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
17.3S 56.45i 4.73 4.52

16.091 5t. 58 4.8 ...... Acme Mills and Elevator Co.,
16.2:-' 55.201 3.83a 5.37 Hopkinsville, Ky.

14.50 5:;.501 4.00i...... Kemper Mill and Elevator Co.,
16.SO' 52.21 4.00 6.30 Kansas City, Mo.

15.751 57.951 4.20 4.10 Cairo Milling Company, Cairo, y
18.25 51.83:1 5.551 4.45 111.

16.0o) 53.751 4.25 ...... Kemper Mill and Elevator Co.,
19.97 52.331 5.38' 5.05 Kansas City, Mo.

16.00' 53.751 4.25[...... Kemper Mill and Elevator Co.,
19.83 52.33i 5.40i 5.071 Kansas City, Mo.

16.001 4S.00 4.00 ... [Cumberland Mills, Nashville,
17.721 55.93; 5.03 4.35 Tenn.

-1.00! 24.00 9.00 7.00 Marianna Mfg. Co., Marianna,
39.30j 26.78 11.30 5.45 Fla.

41.20 ...... .. .. ... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
41.5!)1 27.41 7.55 5.951 Pensacola, Fla.










ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.

5,.


NAME, OR BRAND.




Cotton Seed Meal........


Cotton Seed Meal........


Cotton Seed Feed Meal..


Creamo Cotton Seed Meal


Boss Chop Feed ........


Kyome Feed ............


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


c .


Z I


757 Gunaranii Analysis! ......
Ofticil Analysis... 10.75!

758 Gunrant'd Analysis....
Official Analysis... 8.271

759 Guarant'd Analysis! ......
Official Analysis... 11.371

760 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 21.37

761 Guarant' Analysis 11.00
Official Analysis... 9.271

762 Guarant'd Analysis 6.56
Official Analysis... 7.40

763 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
]Official Analysis.. 5.80W


SI ADDRESS OF
S. MANUFACTURERS.



:2 i ...... ......... Florida Cotton Oil Co., Talla-
39.s4; 27.51 7.401 6.00 hassee, Fla.

38. 621...... ...... ...... Vienna Cotton Oil Company,
41.68 28.56 7.70 5.72 Vienna, Ga.

34. W ....... 9.00 ...... Farmers' Oil & Fertilizer Co.,
37.601 3U.1:1 7.751 5.45 Dawson, Ga.

22.00 30.00| 5.00i ...... Tennessee Fiber Company,
22.551 38.36 4.40 4.62 Memphis, Tenn.

8.50, 60.00 3.50 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
8.;0i 61.551 2.88 8 3.00 Chicago, I11.

15.05 59.98 3.4...... The G. E. M. Milling Company,
15.401 57.881 3.00 5.12 Frankfort, Ky.
I I
14.50...... 4.00 ......iThe Dunlop Mills, Richmond,
15.491 60.66 3.28 3.671 Va.











Crescent Mixed Feed.....


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


Pure Wheat Middlings ....


Pure Wheat Middlings ....


Pine Leaf Middlinga......


Pure Winter Wheat Fancyl
Shorts .................

Pure Winter Wheat Fancy!
Shorts ................

Pure Winter Wheat Bran.


Homco Feed ...........


Corno Chicken Feed......


764 Guiarant'd Analysisi 12.00(
OiIicial Anat y,*i. i. 13.40

765 Guarant'd Aalysisi 9.001
Oficial Analysis. 6.00

766 Guar;nt'd Analytsis 5.18,
Officini Analxyis.. 4.95

767 Guaranti' Analyjis 4.58|
Official Analyis... 5.67

76S|Guiarnt'i Analysis 6.10i
Official Analysis.. 5.00

769| Guarant'd Analyn"is 3.90
Official Analysis... 5.75

7701Guarant'd Analysisi 3.90
Official Analysis...1 5.00

771 Guarant'' Analysis ......
OiScial Analysis... 8.05U

772Guarannt'd Analysis! 7.00'
Otfcial Analysis... 5.42

773 Guarant'd Analysisj 3.40
Official Analysis...I 2.02'


12 ,1


-1
14.500






15. SOt

15.75






I8. ;SI
16.011





15.762i




10.00)


C1.0111
u7.11

i ll00
5G.: I
i

5i 10


.8.1 S


57.95'



5, .21 ;

(;2.66(;
60.411

54.00;
54.661
;7. s~

6G.16!

70.00
73.30


0...... City Crair. and Feed Company,
.3 3.30 Columbia, Tenn.

3.0 n...... The Blair Milling Company,
3.60 4.42 Atchison, Kan.

4.41 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Company,
;;.25 3.95 St. Louis, Mo.

4.17 ..... The Dunlop Milling Company,
3.25 4.05 Clarksville, Tenn.

1.201 4.10 Cairo Milling Company, Cairo,
1. 38 4.40 111.

4 ..5i5 3.151Akin-Erskine Milling Company,
3.53 4.47 Evansville, Ind.

4.50 3.15 Akin-Erskine Milling Company,
2.85 3.87 Evansville, Ind.
I I
3.50 T ...... The Hunter Brothers Milling
2.93 6.321 Co., St. Louis, Mo.
i 1
7.00. ..... American Hominy Company,
6.501 2.37 Indianapolis, Ind.

3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Company, St.
0.701 1.40 Louis, Mo.














NAME, OR BRAND.



Hen-Eeda Scratch Feed..


Sucrene Dairy Feed ......


Sucrene Dairy Feed......


Daisy Dairy Feed ........


Sucrene Dairy Feed......


Corno Horse & Mule Feed!


Corno Horse & Mule Feed


Creamo Dairy Feed......


ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.



3



7741Guarant'd Analysis 9.00' 11.01 :n 0.00' 3.00'.
1t0ficial Analysis... 2.97i 10.271 7.911 2.053

7751 Gurl nt'd Analysis 12.00 1i.50 4S 5! 3.50.
!OfficiKl Analysis...i 10.951 1S.041 44..961 8.25

776 Gua:'a? lt'd Analysis 12 1 0 50.1 .5 I 3.50 .
O'f,'ia! Analysis.. 12.221 17.99 42.193 6.635

777 Guarant'd Analysisi 9.00 14.00' 58.00! 3.00!..
Official Analysis... 14.31' 1 :,.1' 5 0.301 2.14

77G ui ara t' A\ a -Bsis 1 .0 12.01 n1 5S.001 3.50 ..
Official Analysis.. !. 9.25' 11.0GI 55.371 7.30

779 Gu iara t'd Analysis 12.00 1,.o 5 .50 3.50 ..
'Oficiiid Analysis.. .1 14.75 11 .10' 55.071 3.43,

7S0 GO1a;'an! Ainlyqisi] 12.00 ) in.nn0 5S. 50 3.501 .
Of 'a! Analy- is.. 11.42' 11 .G7 55.71 2.80

781:C i G rnn 'd Analysis 19.501 14.501 45.00 5.00 ..
Official Analysis.. 20.391 15.131 44.281 4.351


ADDRESS OF


S AIANUFACTU



..... F. S. Mellen & Co.,
2.87; Fla.

..... American Milling
6.351 Chicago, Ill.

..... American Milling
7.951 Chicago, Ill.

.... The Great Western
5.911 ( .1 ,.. Ill.

.... Nutriline Milling
7.12 Crowley, La.

.... .The Corno Mills
3.651 St. Louis, Mo.
I
.....IThe Corno Mills
3.451 St. Louis, Mo.

.... The Corno Mills
2.351 St. Louis, Mo.


'RERS.


Pensacola,


Company,


Company, -


Cereal Co.,


Company,


Company,


Company,


Company,









Ceralfn Stock Feed .......


Grainfalfa Feed ..........


Peck's Mule Feed........


Kornfolfa Feed ..........


Protena Feed ............


Cotton Seed Meal........


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


Durham Chop Feed......


Blue Ribbon Feed........


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


Acorn Feed .............


782 Guarant'd Analysis
Uruciai Analyis...

783Guarant'd Analysis|
Ollicial Analysis...I

7i4 (;u,irailt'd Analysis
Otlcial Analysis...

7851Guarant'd Analysis]
i O icial Analysis...

7G86Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

7S7 Guarant'd Analysis
Oliciai Analysis...I

78SSGuarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

789 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.. .

790 Guarant'd Analysis]


7914Glaniua'd Analysis!
Official Analysis...
7912 Guarant'd AnalysisI
Official Analysis...

792 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


11.501
12.38

11.00
12.60i

11.90.
12.491

10.001
11.47

11.901
13.55j


12.75

11.00i
10.12
:l.OOi
11.001
8.321

10.50
10.791

10.501
9.821

12.00,
12.691


14 01 55.00


11.4 2..20
11.00 60.00:
11.41 05. 42

10 .00 59. 20
11.41i 57.50
I 1
12.00,i 5,.00O
11.67, 060.00|

12.30 5(6.00
11.11 57.23

3-.50 .. .I
34.31i 32.19

8.501 60.001
7.72 64.88!

S.50 GO. 00
8.34 67.78S

9.75 63.001
10.79 62.44

9.75, 63.00
9.390 01.961

10.50' 59.00;
10.53] 60.35(


4.501...... J. B. Edgar Grain Company,
5.900 6.90] Mcni il i, Tenn.

4.00 ..... Tih (Creat \Veestern Cereal Co.,
5.021 4.50 Chicago, Ill.

3.0SO ...... illlilois (Feed Mills, St. Louis,
2.CGS 5.43 Ano.

4.00 ....... Kornfulfa Feed Milling Co.,
2.21| 2.47 Kianas City, Mo.

4.00.... .... Ialston 'urina Company, St.
4.011 3.32:l Louis, Mo.
I i
9.00 ...... Fa!'ner:s' Oil & Fertilizer Co., c
7.2S8 5.251 i)awson, Ga. Z

3.50 ...... Te Great Western Cereal Co.,
3.60 3.601 Chicago. 11l.

0.50 ...... le Grat western n Cereal Co.,
1.330 2.48 Chinc;go, Ill.

3.75 ...... The Qualer Oat Company,
2.201 4.22 Cliicago, Ill.

3.75...... The Quaker Oat Company,
3.42, 3.13, Chicago, Ill.

3.50' ..... The Quaker Oat Company,
3.141 2.78! Chicag.), Ill.










ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.



Banner Feed ............. 793 Gunrant'd Analysis- 10.501 9.75.
Official Analysis...I 9.4S 10.13

Victor Feed ............. 794 Guarant'd Analysisi 12.001 7.50
Official Analysis..I 11.3' 6(. Ss

Cotton Seed Meal........ 795'Gu rAnt'dl Annli sis..... :. 8.62 .
I Ofcial Amnalsis... 14.32; 1 : .'0

Creamo Cotton Seed Meal.| 796CGuiarant'd Analysis ...... 2.00
Official Analysis... 22.13 20.3;'

Creamo Cotton Seed Meal. 797IGuarant'd Analysis ...... 22.001
|Official Analysis.. 21.31! 20.1)

Peck's Mule Feed........ 798 Cu'rant'd Analysis! 11.90a 1io.00i
IOffcial Analysis.. 14.3. 7.;i

Purina Feed ............I 799 inarant'd Analysisi 8.90 1.5n
S [Official Anailysis.. 9.0-4 (10.

Pure Whieat Bran........ SOO8 uarant'd AnalysisI 7.49 1(;.091
Official Analysis... 7.75; 13.511


63.001
64.80

C2.001
61.98S


31 .62!



30.00
38.092


20.73

57.001
58.901


63:. 75'

591..18
59.631


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.



3.75 ..... The Quaker Oat Company,
3.461 2.901 Chicago, Ill.

3.00 ...... The Quaker Oat Company,
2.S I 2.821 Chicago, Ill.

..... ..... IMontezuma Mfg. Co., Montezu- co
6;.20i 5.50 ma, Ga.

5.00 ...... Tennessee Fiber Company,
4.521 5.12' Memphis, Tenn.

5.00 ...... Tennessee Fiber Company,
4.66 4.75 Memphis, Tenn.

:.80 ... Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis,
3.90 41.14! Mo.

4.Wn ...... IRalston Purina Company, St.
3.S1' 1.171 Louis, Mo.

4.681...... Acme Mills and Elevator Co.,
2.871 5.141 Hopkinsville, Ky.









Cotton Seed Meal........


Cotton Seed Meal .......


Medium Grade Cotton SeedI
M eal ..................

Cotton Seed Meal........


U-N-I. Feed, "A" Grade..


W heat Shorts ...........


Pure Winter Wheat Mid-1
dlings .................

Pure Wheat Bran........


Crescent Shorts ..........


Pure Wheat Shorts.......


Pure Wheat Middlings ...


801'Guarant'd Analysis ......
,OTfical Analysis.. 9.83

802 Gnarant'd Analysis ......
iOtlicial Analysis... 10.8'J

80:]liG arant'd Analysis ......
iOllicial Analysis... 10.941

804 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
jOlicial Analysis... 10.140

805 Guarant'd Analysis 14.410;
Ollicial Analysis.. 10.43

80G Guarant'd Analysis 6.00O
Olficial Analysis... 4.231

807iGiiarant'd Anaysis ......
Official Analysis... 6.081
I I
808 Giarant'd Analysis, 7.49
Official Analysis.. 8.09|

S09 Guarant'd Analysisi 8.00S
Official Analysis... 6.77

810Guarant'd Analysis 6.001
Official Analysis...I 6.581

S11 'Gurant'd Analysis 5.181
1Offcial Analysis...' 4.981


41.20 ...... ...... ...... Farmer's Cotton Oil and Fertil-
37.S2 30.43 7.99 4.95 izer Co., Toccoa, Ga.

3 1, ..... ... ...... Crawford Oil Mills, Crawford,
:3 .40 33.38 7.42 5.54: Ga.

.62 .. ...... ...... People's Cotton Oil Mills, Sel-
:8.79 32.11 5.9S 5.87 ma, Ala.

32.35 ...... 7.00 ...... Georgia Cotton Oil Company,
;'.78 3G.74 5.81 3.78 Atlanta, Ga.

13. 03 53.47 2.15 ...... United Grocery Company, Jack-
12.021 C0.321 2.08 4.311 sonville, Fla.
I I I
15. 00 57.00 4.00 ...... Nashville Roller Mills, Nash-
1-4.CG 60.G65 5.77 3.70 ville, Tenn.

10.00 5C.00 4.00! ..... The Hunter Bros. Milling Co.,
17.24 57.22[ 4.201 4.19 St. Louis, Mo.
A
16.I09] 53.581 4.6 ...... A me Mills and Elevator Co.,
11.921 57.61 3.85! 4.58 Hopkinsvllle, Ky.
I i i I
10.001 53.75[ 4.251 ..... .Kemper Mills and Elevator
IS.08[ 53.96! 4.771 5.50! Co., Kansas City, Mo.
I I I I
iC.00ni 4,S.00 4.00 ...... Southern Mills, Nashville,
14.571 59.251 4.261 4.431 Tenn.

17.11! 5R.181 4.411...... George P. Plant Milling Co.,
16.01! 60.76? 4.13! 3.621 St Louis, Mo.









ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.



Barley and Oats Mixed....

Cotton Seed Meal........

Cotton Seed Feed Meal....

Cotton Seed Meal........

Cotton Seed Meal ........

Dried Beet fulpp..........

Corno Chick Feed.........

Protena Feed ............


ADDRESS OF
S| MANUFACTURERS.


12 Guarant'd Analysis 10.711 12.U0G 49.73, 4.25. ...... 'Southern States Grain Co.,
Official Analysis... 9.79 10.bS 6U.77 3.17 3.16 N:ishviiie, Tenn.
813 Guarant'd Analysis 0.... ....... .... ... Cln County O Mil Mls and Fer-
Oflicial Analysis... 10.639 8.7 j 2b. i U.5.l 5.1G; tiliz r Co., Lineville, Ala.

814 Guarant'd Analysis ....... :,2.1S ...... ...... ..... Flerida Cotton Oil Co., Jack- _
Official Analysis.. 13.01 3;0.2 8 34.5J[ 5..S 5.01' on ille, Fla.

S15'Guarant'd Analysis .. .. 3S.2 C1 2... ..... .....Vienna Cotton Oil Company,
Official Anal yis... 8.93 37.1 33.21i G.33 5.6i Vi unna, Ga.

81 Gnarant'd Analysisl ...... S.2............ ....... .iQitnran Oil Company, Quit-
Official Analysis.. 9.00' 3S.74i 31.9S G.55a 5.77 mnan, Ga.

817 GCirant'd Analysis 20.00 8.00 G0.00 0.50 ...... The TLarrowe Milling Company,
Official Analysis...] 19.13! 10.001 57.41 0.:;2 1.9; Detr;it, Mich.

SISlnnrnnt'd Analysis 3.401 10.00 70.00 3.0 ....... The Corno Mills Company, St.
Official Analysis.. 2.031 10.22| GS.75 4.SG 1.0 Louis, Mo.

819'GCrant'd Analysis! 9.70' 12. .00 57.00 3.80 ...... IRaston Purina Company, St.
IOfficial Analysis...| 10.08! 12.060 59.SS8 4.1S| 2.251 Louis, Mo.









Heavy Draught Feed.....


SGrainfalfa Feed ..........


Corno Horse and Mule Feed


Stayrite Feed ............


Victor Feed ..............


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


Pine Leaf Middlings ......


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


Corno Horse & Mule Feed


Barley and Oats Mixed....


Ground Corn and Oats....


820 Guarant'd Analysis ...... I 10.35] 64.43
Oniiciil Analysis... 5.441 11.14|1 Gi..! 6

821 Guarant'd Analsis 11.00 11.i0 C0.00
lOficial Analysis... 12.02 11.067 57.971

822 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.00 58.501
Official Analysis... 13.04 11.01 50.G.i

823 Guarant'd Analysis 10.50 9.75 63.00
Official Analysis... 10.55 9.44 63.541

824 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 7.50 62.00
JOfficial Analysis... 10.45 7.81 66.56

825 Guarant'd Analysis 7.00 14.50 51.00
Official Analysis... 6.531 15.01 56.151

82 GGuarant'd Analysis 6.10 15.75 57.95
Official Analysis... 3.91 16.32 61.C08

827 Guarant'd Analysis! 11.00 S.50 60.00
Official Analysis... 10.28 8.34 65.16

82 Giiarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.001 58.50
Official Analysis... 10.29 11.41' 00.38

829 1Iu rant'd Analysis 9.00 11.00| 65.00
Official Analysis... 9.431 10.79i 62.13

830'Guarant'd Analysis] 5.801 10.75 65.00
Official Analysis...] 3.951 10.04 6GS.SS8


3.421 ...... United Grocery Company, Jack-
3.14j 2.7U i sonville, Fla.

4.00 ..... 'The Great Western Cereal Co.,
3.481 3.98 Chicago, Ill.

3.50 ...... iThe Corno Mills Company, St.
3.81 3.531 Louis, Mo.

3.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Company,
2.50 3.30 Chicago, Ill.

3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Company,
2.171 3.01] Chicago, Ill.

4.00 ...... The Dunlop Mills, Richmond, .
5.59 4.88 Va. -

4.20 4.10 Cairo Milling Company, Cairo,
5.18 3.14 Ill.

3.50 ....... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
4.74 3.06 Chicago, Ill.

3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Company, St.
4.23 3.50 Louis, Mo.

5.00 ...... IBaker & Holmes Company,
3.9S 2.90. Jacksonville, Fla.

5.15 ...... 13akr & Holmes Company,
3.78 1.93 Jacksonville, Fla.















NAME, OR BRAND.



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


Forest City Feed Meal....


Fancy White Flour Mid-I
dlings ...............

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


Mayzo Feed .............


Sucrene Horse and MuleJ
F eed ...................

Cotton Seed Feed Meal...I
|


ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Cor



o ct



83llGuarant'd Analysis ...... 22.00 30.0
Official Analysis... 24.11 19.171 39.491

832'Guarant'd Analysis ...... 2 23.00 30.001
Official Analysis...1 1S.38S 24.35' 36.32!

833 Guarant'd Analysis 3.9.7 17.75 5.5,
Official Analysis... 3.l65 1S.11! 55.571

834 Guarant'd Analysis 9.20i 13.10 54.50
!Official Analysis... 7.07 14.48[ 5 .03T

835 Guarant'd Analysisl 11.001 11.0,0 60.00
Official Analysis .. 13.27 10.75 5S.71!

830 Guarant'd Analysisl 13.50| 10.001 50.00O
Official Analysis.. 9.221 9.02 61.38

837]CGarant'd Analysis 28.001 25.00' 15.001
1Official Analysis... 22.CS| 17.7G[ 42.18i


ADDRESS OF
MAN UFACTURERS.
C -

5.00 ...... Tennessee Fibre Co., Memphis,
3.18S 3.59 Tenn.

4.50 .... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
6.54 1.29: Savannah, Ga.

6.:25 3.55 Ioci.er Jones Jewell Milling o
5.CS 3.53' Co., New York City.

4.751...... Charleston Milling Company,
4.15 5.01 Charleston, Mo.

4.001 .... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
3.101 2.79' Chicago, Ill.

3.00 ...... American Milling Company.
2.54 5.25 Chicago, Ill.

5.00 ..... Tinlsay Wells Company,
4.021 3.97; Mempihis, Tenn.









Cotton Seed Feed Meal...]


Sucrene Horse and Mule'
F eed ..................

Choice Bran .............


Sucrene Dairy Feed.......


Pure Wheat Middlings....


Pure Wheat Shorts........


Victor Feed ..............


Barley Mixed Oats........


Pine Leaf Middlings......


Stafolife Feed ............'


Cotton Seed Feed Meal..I
i


83S Guarant'd Analvy is ...... .
Odtiicial AnialyL'is... 11..'oT

839; Garant'd Analysis 13.50
Official Analysis... 10.70G

S40'Guarant'd Analysis 9.50
Official Analysis.. 8.0;3

841 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00I
Official Analysis... 12.57!

8421Guarant'd Analvsi' 5.18
Official Analysis.. 4.92

843lGuarant'd Analysisl 6.00
Official Analysis.. 5.98

844 Guarant'd Analysis 12.001
Official Analysis... 11.57[

845 Guarant'd Analysis 9.00!
Official Analysis... 5.36G

846'Guarant'd Analysis 6.10
IOfficial Analysis... 5.0:'

847 Guarant'd Analysisl 12.75
Official Analysis.. 16.87

84SiGuarant'd AnalysisI 2S.001
IOfficial Analysis... 21.60


;;i.; ......
:;.51 51.40


1 .7; 5S.01

14.95 53.25
15.451 54.42

16. 50 48.54
14. SG 46.72

L7.11 58.1S,
17.721 58.261
I I
1 001 48.00
17.n22 56.61

7.501 62.001
S.069 64.951
i 1
9.00' 40.00|
8.86' 68.211

15.75 57.951
15.SS1 60.101
11.00 53.00
11.06 55.74'

25.00 15.001
23.78 37.96}


9.00 ..... Farmers' Oil and Fertilizer Co.,
7.3S T5.211 Dawson, Ga.

3.00 ..... [American Milling Cumpany,
2.450 5.-148 Chicago, Ill.

5.5 ...... IHecker Jones Jewell Milling
4. 5.45' Co., New York City.

3.50 ...... American Milling Company,
4.31 8.S0 Chicago, Ill.

4.411 George P. Plant Milling Co., St.
5.01 3.S5 Louis, Mo.

4.00 .... Liberty Mills, Nashville Tenn.
5.39 4.211

3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Company,
3.81i 2.20 Chicago, ll.
I I
3.00! ...... i. F. Miller & Sons, Philadel-
3.261 3.C8 phia, Pa.

1.20! 4.10'Cairo Milling Company, Cairo,
5.11 3.18 1 Ill.

(.00 ...... 'Lawronce & Hamilton Feed Co.,
4.34! 5.111 New Orleans, La.

5.001 ...... !J. Lindsay Wells Company,
3.561 3.601 Memphis. Tenn.










ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Cotton Seed Meal........

Cotton Seed Meal ........

Medium Grade Cotton Seed]
M eal ..................

Hawkeye Chop Feed.....

Winter Wheat Bran......

Brown Shorts ...........

Ceralfa Stock Feed........

Pure Wheat Shorts........
I


S I r ADDRESS OF
S- a MANUFACTURER.

1 I a i2 I I
S49CGuarant'd Analysis ......| 3S.62 ............. i..... Americus Oil Company, Ameri-
Official Analysis... 9.91 37.291 31.32] 7.071 5.69 cus, Ga.

850 Guarant'd Analysisj 28.00 25.00 15 00 5.00 ...... .Lindsay Wells Company,
Official Analysis... 16.771 22.00 44.75 3.07 3.941 Memphis, Tenn.

851[Guarant'd Analysis .... 3S.62 ........ People's Cotton Oil Company, o
Official Analysis... 10.24 37.52 31.67 6.10 5.6 Selma, Ala. 0

852 Guarantd Analysis 11.00o 8.50 60.00 3.50 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
Official Analysis... 7.34 8.20 67.67 4.10 2.38! Chicago, Ill.

853 Guarant'd Analysis 9.20 15.00i. ...... i 4.0S..... S arks Milling Company, Alton,
Official Analysis... 8.711 16.32 52.92 4.60 5.S3 Ill.

854 Guarant'd Analysis 6.00 15.001 60.83 4.00 ... Atlanta Millin Company, At-
Official Analysis... 6.11 15.22 58.791 4.69' 4.C2 anta, Ga.
855 Guarant'd Analysis 11.50 14.00; 55.00 4.50 ...... B. Edgar Grain Company,
Official Analysis.. 10.291 14.61 57.321 4.2i S.34 Memphis, Tenn.

856 Guarant'd Analysis 6.00 16.00! 48.00' 4.00 ...... Cumberland Mills, Nashville,
Official Analysis... 7.16 15.84| 56.151 5.401 4.871 Tenn.




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