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Tomato growing in Florida
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    Laboratory of state chemist and office of state geologist
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    State chemist's report
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    Special samples
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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 feed stuffs
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    Commercial state values of feed stuffs for 1911
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    Soil analysis
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    Water analysis
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    Analysis of foods and drugs
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    Special fertilizer analyses
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FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLETIN


JANUARY 1, 1911

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

B. E. McLIN
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE


REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL DIVISION


R. E. ROSE
STATE CHEMIST


Analysis of


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


Entered January 31, 1903. at Tallahassre, Florida, as second-class matter, under
Act of Congress of June 1900.


These Bulletins Are Issued Free to Those Requesting Them

T. J. APPLEYARD, State Printer,
Tallahassee, Fla.
1)1 1


VOLUME 21


NUMBER 1





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STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT,

1910.


Tallahassee, Fla., January 1, 1911.
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,
1910:
RECEIPTS.
The records of the office of the Agricultural Department, and
report of the State Treasurer, show the sale of inspection stamps
covering 172,641.84 tons of Commercial Fertilizers-
Am counting to ....................................... $43,160.46
And 75.243.36 tons of Commercial Feeding Stuffs-
Amounting to ........................................ 18.810.59

A total revenue of................................. $61,971,05
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 Chem ist ................................ $ 2,500.00
Traveling expenses State Chemist and Assistants....... 495.85
Salary Fertilizer Chem ist............................. 1,800.00
Salary Food and Drug Chemist ....................... 1,800.00
Salary Food and Drug Inspector...................... 1,500.00
Cost of samples for Food and Drug analysis.......... 898.73
Traveling expenses, Food and Drug Inspector........
Apparatus Food Laboratory.......................... 130.44
Salary Feed Stuff Chemist ........................... 1,500.00
Salary Feed Stuff Inspector. .......................... 1,500.00
Traveling expenses Feed Stuff Inspector .............. 965.55
Chemicals and Apparatus ............................. 1,332.95
P stage ............................................. 92.48

Total expenses, Chemical Division .................. $14,516.00
To Credit of General Revenue Fund.................. 47,455.05

Total Receipts .................................... $61,971.05












ANALYTICAL WORK.

The following analyses were made during the year:
Official samples fertilizers (drawn by chemist) ...... 160
Special samples fertilizers (sent in by citizens) ...... 377
Official samples feed stuff (drawn by inspector I..... 162
Special samples feed stuff (sent in by citizens)..... 30
Official food and drug samples (drawn by inspector) 194
Special food and drug samples (sent in by citizens) 56
Miscellaneous samples (sent in by citizens) ......... 172

Total number analyses ...................... 11 1




FERTILIZERS.

L. Heimburger, M. S., Analyst.

Of the 160 official samples analysed, 123 samples were
of complete goods; 37 samples were of fertilizer mate-
rials.
The 123 samples of colmplete fertilizer drawn by the
Stale Chemist had the following average composition and
guarantee:
Ammonia. Available Phos. Acid. Potash.
Official analysis .......... S.89 G.68 7.33
Guarantee ............... .S 6.19 6.84
Excess above guarantee... 0.19 0.49 0.49
Average State value found, per ton........$29.70
Average State value guaranteed, per ton... 28.38

EXCESS 0.20': ABOVE GITARANTEIE.

We find complete fertilizers exceeding the gumrantee
0.20' twenty points as 'ollowvs:
In Ammonia ................52 samples, or.... 42 .0
In Available Phosphoric Acid. 84 samples, or.... 67.0%(
In Potash .................. 80 samllu es l w .... i :. '1 .












DEFICIENCY 0.20% BELOW GUARANTEE.
We find complete fertilizers below guarantee 0.20%
(twenty points), as follows:
In Ammonia ................23 samples, or ....19.0%
In Available Phosphoric Acid.26 samples, or. ...21.0%
In Potash (KO) ............ 27 samples, or. ...21.0%


COMMERCIAL STOCK FEED.
E. Peck Greene, B. S., Analyst.
The following analyses have been made during the year:
Official samples feed stuff ........ ........ ........... 162
Special samples feed stufl. ........................ 30

Total analyses ................................. 192

The average composition of the official samples was as
follows:
Starch and
Protein. Sugar. Fats.
Official analysis .............. .17.96 55.11 3.93
Guaranteed analysis ........... 17.64 54.36 4.15

Excess ..................... 0.32 0.75
Deficiency ..................0.22

We find the official s;ample(s of' feed sinff exceeded the
guarantee 0.201; (twenty points), as follows:
In Protein .................. 66 samples, or.. 37.0%
In Starch and Suga.......... 75 samples, or. ... 42. .
In Fats .................... 50 samples, or....31.1%
There was a deficiency of 0.20% (twenty points), as
follows:
In Protein ............ .....34 samples, or... .20.9%
In Starch and Sugar......... 52 samples, or....32.0%
In Fats .................... 58 samples, or....35.8%












FOODS AND DRUGS.
A. M. Henry, B. S., Analyst.
FOODS.
Official food samples................. ..... 74
Special food samples ........................ 53

Total food samples ...................... 127- 127
Official samples adulterated.................. 3
Official samples adulterated and misbranded.. 1
Official samples legal....................... 70

Total official food samples................ 74
DRUGS.
Official drug samples. ...................... 120
Special drug samples ......................... 3

Total drug samples ...................... 123- 123
Official samples adulterated ................. 39
Official samples misbranded ................. 27
Official samples adulterated and misbranded.. 26
Official samples legal ....................... 28

Total official drug samples ............... 120

Total analyses foods and drugs............ 250
Those samples found adulterated or misbranded have
been reported to the proper officer. In all cases the
dealers and manufacturers have corrected the labels by
placing the proper labels on the goods or by withdraw-
ing the offending materials from the market.
A number of prosecutions 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 the duty of the Chemical Di-
vision, but come under the jurisdiction of the various
courts. The evidence of adulteration or misbranding
only being furnished by the Chemical Division.












FERTILIZERS.

Examination of the foregoing averages of the "guaran
teed analyses" of the samples drawn throughout the State
by the State Chemist, and the results of the "official anal-
yses" of the same, together with a study of the tables of
analyses following, will show that there has been a steady
improvement of the uniformity of the mixing and prepa-
ration of tie various brands sold in the State; that there
has been but few deficiencies in any of the materials guar-
anteed; that the manufacturer has, by improved machine
ery, careful weighing and skillful manipulation, furnished
a more uniform and exact fertilizer-generally slightly
above the guarantee in all three essential elements.
It will be noted that owing to the material improve-
ment in manufacture. that the goods sold during 1910
have been more generally uniform, with fewer excesses
or deficiencies in composition; that the average excess in
ammonia of 0.22 in 1909 has fallen to 0.09 in 1910; that
the excess in potash of 0.55 in 1909 has fallen to 0.49 in
1910; that the excess in available phosphoric acid of 0.90
in 1909 has fallen to 0.49 in 1910; while the deficiencies
twentyy points below guarantee) lhas materially lessened,
showing a more careful and thorough preparation of fer-
tilizers 1, tlie manufacturers, better machinery and more
skillful technical work.
Most of the manufacturers of the State now employ a
chemist, and their factories and output are under strict
chemical and technical control.

IHIGII-GRADE FERTILIZIERS USED IN FLORIDA.

Acreage under culture considered, Florida consumes
more commercial fertilizer than any of her sister States,
while she also uses the highest grades known to the trade.
Her orange and pineapple growers, her truck farmers and
fruit growers, are probably the most competent and ex-
acting consumers of fertilizer in the world-men fully












capable of knowing what they require for the best results;
and while demanding high-grade goods, made of such ma-
terials as they specify, are willing to pay for the same,
but will not tolerate substitution or deficiency.
This fact demonstrates the correctness of the position
assumed in previous reports that high-grade goods, though
costing more per ton, are in fact more economical. The
freights and other charges on "fillers" are costly, while
the unit values of high-grade goods are less than those of
low grades.
SPECIAL SAMPLES.

In this connection the "--p' .,1i sample"-peculiar to
the Florida law-has proved its value to both the con-
sumer and the manufacturer. Much of the uniformity
and high quality of the goods sold throughout the State
can be attributed to the "special sample"-sent in by the
purchaser, and analysed by the State without charge-
thus proving the wisdom of the Legislature in providing
this simple and direct method of obtaining quickly an
exact knowledge of the true value, commercially and agri-
culturally, of lihe goods sold.
A careful study of the "official analyses," and an intelli-
gent use of the "special sample," is again commended lo
the consumers of commercial fertilizers in the State.
Special attention is called o tlie law and regulations
governing lie drawing and transmiitting l s apcial s ld les
of fertilizer and feed stuff.

SY Non.YIS AND LoCALISms.

Heretofore I have called attention to tlie costly lvreju-
dice in favor of Dissol\ed Bone 1or Dis solved Bone tlark,
as against D)issolved Florida or olher rock phosplhates.
Dissolved IBone. I)issolved Bone Black and Dissolved liUck
Phosphate are iden ical chemically and agricultural.
I do not allude to lRaw Bones, or Raw Bone Meal b1l- to
the dissolved materials.











Bones, or Rock Phosphates, dissolved in Sulphuric
Acid, produce the same substance properly called "super-
phosphate," a combination of Sulphuric Acid and Sul-
phate of Lime-(Gypsum or Land Plaster). Super-phos-
phates, made either from Bones or Rock Phosphate. is
identical in fertilizing value. This subject has been dis-
cussed fully in previous reports and in various quarterly
Bulletins.
This prejudice annually cost, our consumers large
sums. Thousands of tons of "Dissolved Bone," "Dis-
solved Bone Black" or "Bone and Potash," are sold an-
nually, in which no bones are used.
Long usage probably justifies these trade names, "Dis-
solved Bone" for acid phosphate (super-phosphate). or
"Bone and Potash" for acid lphosphate and kainit, while
the term "Guano" is used for any complete (ammonited)
cotton goods-though no "guano" enters into its com-
position.
TANKAGE.

Tankage is the refuse of slaughter houses, cooked by
steam in tanks under pressure. generally with the addi-
lion of sulphuric acid to dissolve the albuminoids. crn-
vertiing t1hem into sulphale ol ammlonia-one of the most
valuable aminoniates known to lhie trade.
"Garbage lankage," tlhe refuse of lie kitchens of our
cities, is Ireated in lhe same manner and yields a low-
grade tankage, 3 in 1 per cent. ammonia; its (lialily de-
pends lmuch upon T e season whloe gathered siumllIlier
garbage, on account of 1110 larger proportion olf vege0iaile
ma tier, being of less value lhbn winter garbage.
Tankage is graded according 10 ils ammonia co(il ,!(,
which runs from per cent. to 10 per cent., depending, on
its source. 11 is generally sold in Florida as "Blo)od and
Bone," a misnomer, as tankage is not blood and l(oiie,
though it may contain more or less blood and some bone.












The ammonia in tankage is largely in the form of sul
phate, white raw bone, or pure blood, contains little if any
sulphate.
When the term tankagee" is used as a source of am-
monia, the inference would, be that part, if not the most,
of the ammonia was a sulphate. While the term "Blood
and Bone" would suggest organic nitrogen only. The
term "Blood and Bone" is unknown to the trade, except
in Florida, and there means tankage. Tankage is not
"Blood and Bone," and its nitrogen is not-similar to
that of Raw Bone, or Blood.
In Steamed Bone, the nitrogen is also, generally,
largely in the form of sulphate of ammonia, as sulphuric
acid is used for exactly the same purpose as it is in tank-
age, to dissolve and disintegrate the albuminoids-gristle
and ligamenis-and assist in freeing the bones of fat and
flesh.
These subjects have been discussed freqlueni ly in various
Bulletins and Reporls of this and other States, and of the
United States D)epartment- of Agriculture, and by various
trade journals, notably the "American Feililizer."
The Florida trade -- manufacturers, dealers and con-
sumers-should confine themselves to tle accepted trade
names of the various materials used; while consumers
should specify exactly what they desire in their mixtures,
and hold the manufacturer responsible under the law for
any substitution. With a perfect understanding, no con-
fusion arises. An exact definition of terms is required
for intelligent discussion of any subject.

LEATHER, HAIR AND WOOL WASTE.

The Florida law prohibits the sale of "any pulverized
leather, hair or wool waste, raw. steamed, roasted or in
any form as fertilizer, or as an ingredient of any fertilizer
or manure, without a printed certificate of tie fact; said
certificate shall be conspicuously affixed to every package












of fertilizer or manure." This is a good law, and has pre-
vented the sale of much unavailable nitrogen (or ammo-
ni;) in the State. However, when these waste materials
are dissolved in sulphuric acid, they are no longer leather,
hair or wool waste, but a mixture of sulphate of ammo-
nia and humus, both valuable applications to hungry
soils. In fact, the source of some of our most popular
and expensive Florida fertilizers particularly orange
tree and vegetable fertilizers-is largely from properly
dissolved (decomposed) factory waste, consisting largely
of these enumerated materials.

ORGANIC AMMONIATES.

One of the most serious problems at present is an ade-
quate supply of Organic Ammoniates (as distinguished
frim the salts of ammonia and nitrogen). This shortage
is caused by the use of animal and vegetable refuse in
preparing fertilizers, by converting the fixed (unavail-
able) nitrogen into sulphate of ammonia, and by hie in-
creased use of cotton seed; meal, linseed meal and similar
by-products for stock feed. All such waste materials
should be used, as fertilizers are very largely composed of
the waste of our homes, kitchens, stables, cities, gas works,
slaughter houses, fisheries, cotton seed and linseed oil fac-
tories, etc.
PEAT Olt MUCK.

There has been recently much discussion as to the avail
ability of the nitrogen of peat as a fertilizer. Taw peat
like leather, is practically inert and of little value. When
properly decomposed, either by sulphuric acid or by hor-
ough oxidation (rotting), or by composting with super-
phosphate and, sulphate of potash, peat becomes a valn-
able fertilizer, as is evidenced by various practical demon-
strations.
The nitrogen of raw, sour, undrained peat or muck is
not available, nor if it be simply dried and ground; it












must be decomposed, and its nitrogen made available by
chemical (or bacterial) action. This can be most econom-
ically accomplished by drainage, to allow the air to enter
and oxidize (rot) the material, or by composting the raw
muck with super-phosphate (acid phosphate) and sul-
phate of potash, and allowing it to decompose.

MUCKi LANDS.

The vast beds of muck, or peat, in Florida contain from
1 to 3 per cent. of nitrogen, when properly and thor-
oughly drained and treated with super-phosphate and
potash-in which they are deficient-they will become the
most fertile and productive soils of this or any other
State or country. This fertility will depend, to a large
degree, upon the availability of their stored-up nitrogen,
which can be made available only by decomposition (rot-
ting), which can only be accomplished by thorough drain-
age and aeration (oxidation). When thoroughly drained
(decomposed and oxidized), these muck lands are wonder-
fully productive. If not thoroughly drained, they are not
suitable for general agriculture.
The application of super-phosphates-and potash-in
which elements these lands are deficient-to thoroughly
drained muck lands, will produce maximum crops of all
kinds suitable to the climate.



COMMERCIAL FEED STUFFS.

There has been a slight increase in the average value of
commercial feed stuff sold in the State, the average excess
above guarantee in protein has increased, while fats and
"soluble carbohydrates" (starches and sugars) has
slightly decreased; the percentage of deficiencies has
notably decreased. The same statements as to the value
of the "special sample" applies to feed stuff as to fertiliz-












ers. As much depends on the consumer to correct abuses
in feed stuff as does upon the consumer of fertilizers. The
live stock of the State should be as carefully protected in
their foods as are the fruit and other crops. The same
intelligent purchase of feed stuff that is now applied to
fertilizers by consumers will result in placing our feed
stuff on the same high plane as our fertilizers.




FLORIDA FEED STUFFS.

Attention is called to the analysis of Florida-grown
feed stuffs, as compared to that imported into the State,
particularly to "beggar weed," "cow peas," "velvet beans"
and "Japanese kudzu." These analyses show that these
plants produce hays equal in value to the average mixed
feeds imported, and superior to most of the imported ma-
terials. They are superior to bran, middlings or oats,
and far superior to the average of the imported feeds.
They surpass allfalfa or clover in their feeding value.
They are peculiar to our soil and climate, their cost of
culture and curing is not greater than to cultivate and
cure clover or alfalfa. Their more general culture would
save the State many thousands of dollars, now sent to
Northern States for stock feeds, and provide the Florida
stockman and dairyman with an equally valuable, or
superior, leguminous (proteid) feed f I'fir less oNst, at
1he same lime fertilizing his fields and increasing the
value of his oilher crops. The State purchased during the
year 1910 75.24:.:26 tons of mixed stock fel--io say noth-
ing of 1he hays and grains imported-averaging A32.00
per ion, representing ,407,787.52, al. of which should
have been produced on her own farms, avi\ing lo our farm-
ers not only Ihis large sum, but adding I.. l t fertility of
her farms practically the same amount in increased fertil-
i1v and prodic iv-eness. No State in the Union-and I say












it advisedly-has a greater variety of economically grown
legumes, or longer list of meadow and pasture grasses,
furnishing the necessary carbohydrates, than has Florida,
witl velvet beans, beggar weed, cow peas and kudzu as
legumes; Bermuda, crab grass, Natal grass, Para grass
and Japanese sugar cane, have no superior for pasture
and meadow.
Japanese sugar cane produces a superior cattle or hog
feed, rich in sugar, carbohydrates iat former. It is
wonderfully productive; twenty tons per acre are by no
means unusual. When once eslablishcd it will continue
to grow for years, being practically a perennial in this
State.
Florida's soil and climate, her abundant rainfall, her
lakes and s reams, artesian waters, her short, mild win-
ters, her abundant native grasses and legumes, make stock
raising peculiarly attractive to the farmer and investor.
Her drained lands and flat woods are peculiarly adapted
to successful cattle growing, as is evidenced by the large
herds now pi'.I.,l,.ly grown on the drained lands of the
Central Peninsula.
It is notable that during the past few years large quan-
tities of hay and other forage crops have been produced
in the State; that the mowing machine and hay press,
unknown "before the freeze," are being rapidly intro-
duced throughout the State; that pure-bred cattle and
hogs are being successfully grown, and that her dairies,
though still few in number, are producing butter equal
to that produced in any part of tile Union, at a cost less
than the average cost of production in the Western dairy
States. The supply by no means equals the demand at the
highest market prices.


FOODS AND DRUGS.

It will be noted that but four cases of adulteration or
misbranding have occurred in foods officially sampled,,











showing that the law is becoming better understood and
complied with.
In the case of drugs, 39 samples were adulterated, 27
misbranded and 26 both adulterated and misbranded,
while 28 were found legal.
In a number of cases the misbranding was the neglect
to state the percentage of alcohol on the label or other
article enumerated in Section 5 of the law, while in a
number of cases the adulteration consisted of an excess
of the active drug in the preparation.
It will be noted that during the latter part of the year
these misbrandings and adulterations were less in evi-
dence, manufacturers and dealers having been notified of
their illegal labels and lack of care in properly propor-
tioning their materials, have generally complied with the
law and made their goods to conform to the standards
fixed by law, and to state the percentages or amounts of
the materials required to be stated on the labels.



PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW.

There are several obscure, and possibly contradictory,
features of the Pure Food and Drug Law as enacted.
Amendments, by elimination of these portions of the law,
would materially strengthen it, make it clearer and posi-
tive where it is now ambiguous.



SO-CALLED NEAR-BEER.

A number of analyses of these various fermented liq-
uors, generally guaranteed to contain less than 2 per
cent. alcohol, and represented as non-intoxicating, have
been made for Sheriffs and prosecuting officers of the












State. Several convictions have been had and penalties
of fine and imprisonment imposed.
The analyses of these materials show them to be very
inferior beers, with generally a larger percentage of alco-
hol than in standard beer, 4 to 5 per cent. or more.




ATTENDANCE UPON COUTITS.

Much of the time of the State Chemist, and Assistant
State ('i-. i!:-. 1, has been unnecessarily devoted to attend-
ance upon courts to testify as to chemical determina-
tions. The law provides that "The certificate of analysis
of the iSate Chemist, or his assistant, when properly
verified by Ihe State Chemist, or his assistant, shall be
plin.a facie evidence in any court of law or equity in this
Slate." This provision was intended to prevent the ex-
pense and loss of time involved in attendance upon court
by the chemists of the State Department of Agriculture.
The courts very properly confine the chemists' testimony
to the facts of the analysis, as stated in the certificate and
affidavit. The Chemisl, or his assistants, are not aware
of any of the facts surrounding the case; hence, they are
only competent to certify as to the results of the analy-
sis of the particular sample, which facts are fully set out
in the certificate and affidavit.
Some means should be provided to prevent this un-
necessary loss of time and the expenses involved in un-
necessary and useless attendance upon courts in such
cases.



INSPECTORS.

Active, efficient and frequent inspection of the various
factories, warehouses, railroad stations, local warehouses
and dealers' stocks of goods is imperative for the proper











administration of the fertilizer, feed stuff and pure food
and drug laws.
More depends upon the inspectors' vigilance to detect
frauds, correct evils and protect the revenues of the State
than upon any other branch of the service. This particu-
larly applies to the larger cities of the State, the distribut-
ing points of most of the goods sold throughout the State,
where are located the factories,warehouses and depots from
which the fertilizers, feeds, foods and drugs are distrib-
uted to the retail merchant and the consumer, who depend
upon the manufacturer, jobber and wholesaler for the
quality, purity and legality of his goods, the truthfulness
of the brand or label.
I again call attention to the present crude, cumber-
some and comparatively expensive system of inspection.
Our inspectors are active, diligent and competent, and
under our present system are doing all that can be ex-
pected of them to enforce the law and protect the State
and her citizens from imposition and fraud.
The field is broad, however-the largest State east of
the Mississippi River, with the longest distances by rail
between her principal distributing points.
It is physically impossible for each inspector to effi-
ciently and economically cover the entire State.
The present system of one inspector for each division-
fertilizers, feeds, and foods and drugs-is cumbersome
and expensive.
Each inspector of the Chemical Division should be com-
petent and have the authority to inspect any or all of the
articles subject to inspection, not being confined to one
particular class of goods, as is now the case, making it
necessary for three inspectors to visit any given point in
order to properly inspect the goods sold.
The inspectors should have authority to at once seize
and place in the hands of the Sheriff anything that is
obviously misbranded or adulterated, filthy or deco,-
posed, sending samples to this office for confirmation of











their decisions as to its illegality. The reasons for this
authority are obvious.

I respectfully call your attention to the suggestions and
recommendations of my report for 1909, as follows:
SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.
Inspectors-At present there are two inspectors em-
ployed, one for feed stuff, one for foods and drugs. The
State Chemist is the only inspector of fertilizers.
I would suggest that not less than three inspectors be
employed, each to have authority to draw samples of all
goods subject to inspection-that is, fertilizers, foods and
drugs, and feeds; having authority to seize any material
misbranded or that fails to bear the proper inspection
stamp. That one of these inspectors be located at each
large city--Pensacola, Jacksonville, and Tampa-and
have charge each of a Congressional District, subject to
orders of the Commissioner of Agriculture, and at his
direction be detailed to any part of the State if neces
sary; that the Stale 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.

STANDARDS.
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 aver-
age of such goods, though properly guaranteed. A num-
ber of States have adopted such standards, fixing the
minimum of the valuable ingredients in mixed feed stuff
permissible in feeds sold in the State. Florida should fix
similar standards, as without them foods not saleable 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.











SPECIAL SAMPLES.

Florida is the only State in the Union that provides for
the "special sample," drawn by the consumer or purchaser,
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 fertilizers or
feeds for his own use may draw a sample of the same,
according to law, and have the same analysed by the State
Chemist free of cost. And in case of adulteration or de-
ficiency he can, on establishing the 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 misbranded goods.
Special samples of foods and drugs may also be sen t to
the State Laboratory for analysis free of cost, when the
sample is properly "drawn according to law. The neces
sary instructions and blanks required to properly draw
and transmit samples of "food and drugs" will be sent to
any citizen requesting the same.
"THE SPECIAL SAMPLE FURNISHES THE CON-
SUMER WITH THE SAME PROTECTION DEMAND
ED BY THE MANUFACTURER, WHO BUYS HIS MA-
TERIALS ONLY UPON GUARANTEE AND PAYS
FOR THEM ACCORDING TO ANALYSIS, AND IS
PAID FOR BY THE CONSUMER OUT OF THE
FUNDS DERIVED FROM THE INSPECTION FEE OF
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER TON PAID ON FERTIL-
IZERS AND FEEDS SOLD IN THE STATE."












REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND
FORWARDING OF FERTILIZER OR COMMER-
CIAL FEEDING STUFF SAMPLES TO TIHE COM1-
MISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.



SECTION 15 OF THE LAWS.

Special samples of Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding
Siult's sent in by purchasers, under Section 9 of the laws.
shall be drawn in the presence of two disinterested wil-
nesses, from one or more packages, thoroughly mixed, and
\ FAIR SAMPLE OF TIlE SAME OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHT
OItNCES (ONE-HALF POUND) SHALL BE PLACED IN A CAN 01
BOTTLE, SEALED AND SENT BY A DISINTERESTED PARTY TO THE
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AT TALLAIIASSEE. NO'
LESS TIIAN EIGHT OUNCES, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE. WILL BEi
ACCEPTED FOR ANALYSIS. This rule is adopted to secure
fair samples of sufficient size to make the necessary de-
terminations and to allow the preservation of a dupli-
cate sample in case of protest or appeal. This duplicate
sample will be preserved for two months from the date
of certificate of analysis.
The State Chemist is not the proper officer to receive
special samples from the purchaser. The propriety of
ihe method of drawing and sending the samples as fixed
by law is obvious.
The drawing and sending of special samples in rare
cases is in compliance with law. Samples are frequently
sent in paper packages or paper boxes, badly packed, and
frequently in very small quantity (less than ounce) ; fre-
quently there are no marks, numbers or other means of
identification; the postmark in some instances being
absent.
I would call the attention of those who desire to avail
themselves of this privilege to Sections 9 and 10 of the
law, which are clear and explicit.











Hereafter, strict compliance with above regulations
will be required. The sample must not be less than one-
half pound, in a can or bottle, scaled and addressed to the
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.
A one-pound baking powder can, properly cleaned,
filled with a fairly drawn, well mixed sample taken from
several sacks, is a proper sample. It should be sealed and
addressed to the Commissioner of Agriculture at Talla-
hassec. The sender's name and address should also be
placed on the package. If more than one sample is sent,
the samples should be numbered so as to identify them.
All this should be done in the presence of the witnesses
and the package mailed or expressed by one of the
witnesses.
The tags off the sacks should be retained by the sender
to compare with the certificate of analysis when received,
and not sent to this office. The date of the drawing and
sending of the sample, and names of the witnesses, should
also be retained by the sender; not sent to this office.



INSTRUCTIONS TO MANUFACTURERS AND
DEALERS.

Each package of Commercial Fertilizer, and each
package 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
required by law, and the stamp showing the payment of
the inspector's fee. Goods not having the guarantee tag
and stamp are irregular and fraudulent; the absence of
the guarantee and stamp being evidence that the manu-
facturer or dealer has not complied with the law. With-
out the guarantee tag and stamp showing what the goods
are guaranteed to contain, the purchaser has no recourse
against the manufacturer or dealer. Such goods are sold
illegally and fraudulently, and are generally of little
value. All reputable manufacturers and dealers now
comply strictly with the law and regulations by placing
Ihe 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 Department expects each Sheriff to assist in main-
taining the law and protecting the citizens of the State
from the imposition of fraudulent, inferior or deficient
Commercial Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding Stuffs.











MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZ-
ING MATERIALS AT FLORIDA SEA
PORTS, JANUARY 1, 1911.

AMiMONIATES.
Less I han
ten t ons.
Nitrate of Soda. 17 to 19 % Ammonia............ 52.00
Sulphate of Ammonia, 25 to 20% Ammonia..... 70.00
Dried Blood, 16 to 19% Ammonia .............. 67.00
Cynanamid, 12 to 13 % Ammonia............ 4(i.00
Dry Fish Scrap, 11% Ammonia ................ 57.00

POTASHES.

High Grade Sulphate of Potash, 90 to 95% Sul-
phate, 48 to 50% K,O ...................... 56.00
Low grade Sulphate of Potash, 48 to 53% Sul-
phate, 26 to 28% K,0 ...................... 32.00
Muriate of Potash, 80 to 85%, 48 to 50% K20.. 50.00
Nitrate of Potash, imported, 15% Ammonia,
44% potash K20 .......................... 94.00
Nitrate of Potash, American, 13% Ammonia,
42% potash K,O ........................... 84.00
Kainit, 12 to 13%7 Potash, 1-,2. K,O .......... 15.00
Canada Hardwood Ashes, in bags, 4 to I;'. KO
P otash .................................... 19.00

AMMONIA AND PHOSPHOiIC ACID.

High Grade Tankage, 10% Ammonia, 51 to 7%
Phosphoric Acid ......................... .$ 44.00
Tankage, S to 9% Ammonia, 10 to 11% Phos-
phoric Acid ............................... 40.00
Low Grade Tankage, 61 to 8% Ammonia, 12 to
14% Phosphoric Acid ...................... 37.00
Hotel Tankage, G to 7% Ammonia, 7 to 8% Phos-
phoric A cid .............................. 25.00
Sheep Manure, ground, 3 to 4% Ammonia ...... 24.00











Imported Fish Guano, 10% Ammonia, 10% Phos-
phoric A cid ............................... 45.00
Pure Fine Steamed Ground Bone, 3 to 4% Am-
monia, 22 to 2".,,.. Phosphoric Acid.......... 29.00
Raw Bone, 4 to .',. Ammonia, 22 to 25' Phos-
phoric Acid .............................. 34.00
Ground Castor Pomace, 51 % Ammonia, 2 to 6'7,
Phosphoric Acid ........................... 25.00
Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 71 to 8% Ammonia... 31.00
Dark Cotton Seed Meal, 5 to 7% Ammonia...... 27.00

PiIosPIIORIc ACID.
High Grade Acid Phosphate, 16% Available
Phosphoric Acid ........................... 15.00
Acid Phosphate, 14% Available Phosphoric Acid 14.00
Bone Black, 17 to I1- Available Phosphoric
Acid .................................... 25.00

MISCELLANEOUS.
High Grade Ground Tobacco Stems, 2 to 2'%/o
Ammonia, 8 to 10% Potash ................$ 22.00
High Grade Ground Kentucky Tobacco Stems, 2.
to 3% Ammonia, 10 to 11% Potash.......... 25.00
Tobacco Dust No. 1, 2 to 3% Ammonia, 2 to 3%
Potash .............................. ...... 25.00
Cut Tobacco Stems, in sacks, 2 to 21% Ammonia,
4 to 5% Potash ............................ 20.00
Dark Tobacco Stems, baled, 2 to 21% Ammonia,
4 to 5% Potash ............................ 19.00
Land Plaster, in sacks ....................... 12.00
The charges by reputable manufacturers for mixing and
bagging any special or regular formula are $1.50 per ton
in excess of above prices.











NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES, CURRENT
JAN. 1. 1911-FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

AMM IONIATES.
Ammonia, sulphate, foreign, prompt...,$2.85 i '2.921
futures ..................... 2.87/%@ 2.90
Ammonia, sulphate, domestic, spot..... @ -
futures ..................... 2.95 ((r 2. 971' /
Fish Scrap, dried, 11% ammonia and
14 / bone phosphate, f. o. b. fish-
works, per unit ................... ( -
wet, acidulaled. 6% ammonia
and 3%( phosphoric acid,
f. o. b. fish-works .......... 2.50 & :5
Ground Fish Guano, imported, 10 and
11% ammonia and 15 and 17% bone
phosphate, c. i. f. New York, Balti-
more or Philadelphia .............. 5:.55( )O.( 5&10
Tankage, 11% and 15%, f. o. b. Chicago,
basis October ...................... 2.95 & 10
Tankage, 10% and 20%, f. o. b. Chicago.
ground, basis October .............. 2.95 & 10
Tankage, 9% and 20%, f. o. b. Chicago,
ground ........................... ( -
Tankage, concentrated, f. o. b. Chicago,
14 to 15%, f. o. b. Chicago.......... 2.80 -
Garbage, tankage, f. o. b. Chicago....... 9.00 ( -
Sheep Manure, concentrated, f. o. b. Chi-
cago, per ton ......................10.00 ( -
Hoofmeal, f. o. b. Chicago, per unit ... .- --
Dried Blood, 12 to 1:31 ammonia,
f. o. b. New York .................. 3.30 (n :3.:35
Chicago, basis October ............. 3.177/, -
Nitrate of Soda, 95%, spot, per 100 lbs.. 2.121/ 2.15
futures, 95%. ............... 2.121 (Fi 2.15












PHOSPHATES.
Acid Phosphate, per unit ............ .$ .62
Bones, rough, hard, per ton ........... 21.00
soft, steamed, unground...... 21.50
ground, steamed, 11% ammo-
nia and 600 bone phosphate 22.50
ditto, and 50% ............. 22.50
raw ground, 4 ammonia and
50% bone phosphate ....... 26.50
South Carolina Phosphate Rock, kiln-
dried, f. o. b. Ashley River.......... 3.50
Florida Land Pebble Phosphate Rock,
68%, f. o. b. Port Tampa, Fla ........ 3.75
Florida High Grade Phosphate Hard
Rock, 77%, f. o. b. Florida ports..... 5.50
Tennessee Phosphate Rock, f. o. b. Mt.
Pleasant, domestic, per ton, 78-80%.. 5.00
75% guaranteed ............. 1.75
68-7"'. ..................... 4.25

POTASHiES.
Muriate of Potash, 80-85%, basis ',.
in bags ............................'. 75
Muriate of Potash, min. !5%, basis SO%,
in bags .......................... .37.25
Muriate of Potash, min. 98%, basis 80%,
in bags ........................... 38.00
Sulphate of Potash, 90-95%, basis 90%,
in bags ........................... 43.50
Double Manure Salt, 48-53%, basis 48%,
in bags ........................... 22.75
Manure Salt, m-. -2I K,O, in bulk... 12.25
Hardsalt, min. 16%, K20, in bulk...... 9.70
Kainit, min. 12.4%, K,O, in bulk...... 7.50


lS .65
@ 22.00
@ 22.00

@ 21.50
@ 23.00

@ 27.50

@ 3.75

@ 4.00

(i 6.00


5.50
5.00
4.50











STATE VALUATIONS

For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid. Ammonia
and Potash, for the Season of 1911.

Available Phosphoric Acid ............... 5c. a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ............... Ic. a pound
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen)...17 c. a pound
Potash (as actual potash, K,0) ........... 51c. a pound

If calculated by units-
Available Phosphoric Acid .............. $1.00 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid .............. 20 c. per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) .. .50 per unii
Potash ................................. 1.10 per unit
With a uniform allowance of $1.50 per ton for mixing
and bagging.

A unit is twenty pounds, or 1 per cent., in a ton. We
find this to be the easiest and quickest method for calcu-
lating the value of fertilizer. To illustrate this, take
for example a fertilizer which analyzes as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid...6.22 per cent.x$1.00-$- 6.22
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid...1.50 per cent.x .20- .30
Ammonia .................. 3.42 per cent.x 3.50- 11.97
Potash ................... 7.23 per cent.x 1.10- 7.95
Mixing and Bagging .........................- 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports ................. 27.94

Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid.... per cent.x$1.00-8 8.00
Ammonia ................... 2 per cent.x 3.50- 7.00
Potash ......................2 per cent.x 1.10-- 2.20
Mixing and Bagging .........................- 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports ................... $18.70












The above valuations are for cash for materials deliv-
ered at Florida seaports, and they can be bought in one-
ton lots at these prices at the date of issuing this Bulle-
tin. Where fertilizers are bought at interior points, the
additional freight to that point must be added.
If purchased in 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 (K,0) ....................... )) cents per unit
Ammonia (or equivalent in nitrogen).. .15 per unir

The valuations and market prices in preceding illustra-
tions 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 manufactur-
ing commercial fertilizers or commercial stock feed at
the date of issuing a Bulletin, or the opening o' the
"s'atson." 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 re
ports 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 "Smiith'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-










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tions. The "State value" is simply that lwice at which
the various ingredients necessary to use in compounding
a fertilizer, or feed, can be purchased for cash in ton lots
at Florida seaports.
These price lists are published in this report, with lhe
"State values" for 1911 deducted therefrom.











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COMPOSITION OF FERTILIZER MATERIALS.
NITROGENOUS MATERIALS.

POUNDS PER HUNDRED


Phosphoric
Ammonia Acid


Potash


Nitrate of Soda.......... 17 to 19 .......................
Sulphate of Ammonia.... 21 to 24.......................
Dried Blood ............ 12 to 17 ........................
Concentrated Tankage.... 12 to 15 1 to 2 ............
Bone Tankage .......... 6 to 9 10 to 15 ............
Dried Fish Scrap......... 8 to 11 6 to 8 ...........
Cotton Seed Meal........ 7 to 10 2 to 3 l Ito 2
Hoof Meal .............. 13 to 17 14 to 2 ............

PHOSPHATE MATERIALS.
POUNDS PER HUNDRED


Availa ble
Ammonia Phos. Acid

F'lorida Pebble Phosphate.........................
Florida Rock Phosphate.. ......................
Florida Super Phosphate. .......... 14 to 45
Ground Bone ............ 3 to 6 5 to 8
Steamed Bone ........... 3 to 4 6 to 9
Dissolved Bone .......... 2 to 4 13 to 15


Insoluble
Phosphoric
Acid

26 to 32
33 to 35
1 to 35
15 to 17
10 to 20
2 to 3


POTASH MATERIALS AND FARM MANURES.

POUNDS PER HUNDRED


Actualsh A oia Phosphoric
Potash Ammoia Acid


Muriate of Potash.......
Sulphate of Potash......
Carbonate of Potash.....
Nitrate of Potash.......
Double Sul. of Pot. & Mag.
K ainit ................
Sylvinit ...............
Cotton Seed Hull Ashes..
Wood Ashes, unleashed..
Wood Ashes, leached....
Tobacco Stems .........
Cow Manure (fresh) ....
Horse Manure (fresh)...
Sheep Manure (fresh)...
Hog Manure (fresh)....
Hen Dung (fresh) ......
Mixed Stable Manure....


50 .........
.8 to 52 .........
.5 to 60 .........
,0 to 44 12 to 16
'G to 30 .........
2 to 12 .........
6 to 20 .........
.5 to 30 .........
2 to 8 .........
1 to 2 .........
5 to 8 2 to 4
0.40 0 to 0.41
0.53 0to0.60
0.67 1.00
0.60 0.55
0.85 2.07
0.63 0.76


7 to 9
1 to 2
1 to 1j

0.16 '
0.28
0.23
0.19
1.54
0.26


Lime








10

35 to 40
3i
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 ........ 0.1647
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 inuriate of potash, multiply by 1.583
Sulphate of potash into actual potash, Tmultiply by 0.541
Actual potash into sulphate of potash, multiply by 1.85
Nitrate of potash into notrogen, multiply by...... 0.139
Carbonate of potash into actual potash,multiply by 0.681
Actual potash into carbonate of potash,multiply by 1.466
Chlorine, in "kninit," multiply potash (K,0) 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 0.1647, 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 (K20), multiply 90 by 0.681, equals 61.29
per cent. actual potash (KO).




COPIES OF THE FERTILIZER AND STOCK FEED
LAWS.

Citizens interested in the fertilizer and stock feed laws
of the State, and desiring to avail themselves of their pro-
E-Bul.








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tection, can obtain copies free of charge by sending for
same to the Conmnissioner of Agriculture.

COPIES OF THE PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW.

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









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AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL
FEID) STUFFS.


t
NAME OF FEED. .



Bright Coti'1 Seed Meal 9.35 39.70 28.60 7.80 5.80

Dark Cotton Seed Meal 20.00 22.90 37.10 5.50 5.00

Linseed Meal. old pro-
cess ............... 7.50 35.70 30.00 7.20 5.30
Linseed Meal, new pro- :
ess . . ..... 8.40 36.10 36.70 3.60 5.20
Wheat Bran ......... 9.00 15.40 53.90 4.001 5.80

Wheat Middlings ..... 5.40 15.40 59.40 4.10 :.20,

Mixed Feed (Wheat) .. 7.80 16.90 54.40 4.80 .'.30:

Ship Stuff (Wheat)... 5.60 14.60 59.80 5.00 :.70

Corn (grain) ........ 2.10 10.50 69.60 5.40 1.50

Corn Meal ........... 1.90 9.70 68.70 3.80 1.40

Corn Cobs ........... 30.10 2.40 54.90 0.50 1.40

Corn and Cob Meal .... 6.60 8.50 64.80 3.50 1.50

Homniny Feed ........ 4.05. 10.501 65..0, 7.85 2.55

Corn and Oais. equal
parts .............. 5.7) 10.501 64.20 2.40 2.20
Corn and Oais Feeds. 12.10) 8.701 61.701 3.70 3.20

arley ( rain) ....... 2.701 12. 40| 9.8) 1.80) 2.40

PBar1ey Si-rouls ....... 10.91)0 27.201 42.70) 1.60 6.30

Barlhy and Oats. equal
parts .............. 6.10 12.10 64.75 3.401 2.70












AVERAGE COMPOSITION- OF COMMERCIAL
FEED STUFFS- (Co ntit d.)


rC
NAME OF FEED. A

0



Oat Feed ............ .

Rice (grain) ..... '.20

Rice ]Bran ...........

I I
R ice ulls . .... : .7

]Eye ( gr;in ) . .... 1. i

E ye.............

WX iheat (. ..'ai ) .. .... 1 .

Cow Pea ............ 1.1W0

Cow Pl'ea I nv ........ 2L'0.10

\elvet Beans ald I[ulsl .!s 2

Velvet Bean IHay ...... 2!.7

Beggarweed Hay ..... 24.70O

Japanese Kudzu Hay., :'.2.14'

Cotton Seed (whole) 2:1.20

Cotton Seed Hulls..... 4. 401

Gluten Feed ......... 5.:01

Beef Scrap .......... .


I GAM
16.1111












)4.
11.701)

i20.SO0





14.7))

21.7()

17.4:1

18.40!

4.0)11

24.00)

44.701


59.70

)4.)00

7I).20



38.60 S





7-L'.)o







52.701


5 1.20



.) O
.,0..0


24.70


5.00 :3.00

7.10 :8.70

O. )0 0.4(0

S.S(O 10.00

10.70) 1).20

1.70l 1.90

_2.SO :1;O0

2.10 1.80

1.10I 3.20

2.22)0 7.50

4.5 0 :".:O

1.701 5.70

2.830 10.90

1.i7 6.87

19.901 3.50

2.001 2.60

10).(;0 1.10

1 1.751 29.20











COMMERCIAL STATE, VALUES OF FEED STUFFS
FOR 1911.

For the season of 1!11 the following "State values" are
fixed as a guide lo purchasers.
These values are based on ihe current price of corn,
which has been chosen as a standard in fixing ihe com-
mercial values; Ihe price of corn, 1o a large extent,
governing the price of olier feeds, pork, beef, etc.:

COlMMERCIAL VALUES OF FEEDSTUFFS FOR 1910.

Protein. :!c. pper pound ................. 621'e. per unit
Silar-lh and Sugar. ] Ic. per I(,ip d......... 25 c. per unit
Fats, 3ic. per pound ................... .62 per unit

A unit being 20 pounds (1' of a lon.
Indian corn being the standard (i' $27.50 per ton.
To find the cominericial Stale value, multiply the per-
centages by the price per unit.

]'EXxAI'LE: No. 1.
HOMINY FEE)--
Protein ...................... 10.50 x 62.5c, $ 6.56
Starch and Sugar............. 6i5.30 x 25.0c, 16.43
Fat ......................... 7.85 x 62.5c, 4.91

Stale value per loln ........................ 27.90

EXAM i['Li No. 2.
CORN-
Protein ......................10.50 x 62.5e, 6.56
Starch and Sugar.............G 6.0 x 25.0c, 17.40
Fat ......................... 5.40 x 62.5c, 3.38

State value per ton ....................... 27.34












FORMULAS.


There are frequent inquiries for formulas for various
crops, and there are hundreds of such formulas pub-
lished; and, while there are hundreds of "brands," the
variations in these grades are surprisingly little. Dozens
of "brands" put up by the same manufacturer are iden-
tical 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 "'\,. ,-iii.. formula," and would
have the following: Ammonia. 3' %; available phosphoric
acid, 6%; and potash, 7 }%. 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 simplify them.
Values are taken from price lists furnished by the trade,
which we published in our Report of January 1, 1910.
For cotton, corn, sweet potatoes and vegetables: Am-
monia, 31o%; available phosphoric acid, 6C%; potash,
7j%.
(A) "VEGETABLE."

No. 1.
Per Cent.
900 pounds of Cotton Seed Meal (7j-2j-1) ...... 3.25 Ammonia
800 pounds of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent).... 6.40 Available
100 pounds of Muriate (or Sulphate) (50 per cent) 7.50 Potash
2000
State value mixed and bagged. ............. $27.52
Plant Food per ton......................... 343 pounds

No. 2.
Per Cent.
1000 lbs of Blood and Bone (6i-8)............] 3.25 Ammonia
400 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent) ...... 7.00 Available
600 lbs of Low Grade Sulp. Pot. (26 per cent) .. 7.80 Potash
2000
State value mixed and bagged ............... $28.45
Plant Food per ton........................ 360 pounds











3!)

No. 3.
Per Cent.
300 Ils of Dried Blood (16 per cent) .......... 3.25 Ammonia
100 lbs of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent)...... 8.OO Available
1000 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)......j 7.SO Potash
600 lbs of Low Grade Sulp. Pot. (26 per cent).

2000
State value mixed and bagged. .............. $29.45
l'ant Food per ton ........................ 3S1 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 ils of Blood and Bone (61-8) ..............
100 lbs of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent).... 4 Ammonia
500 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)...... S Available
400 lbs of Muriate of Potash (50 per cent)....J 10 Potash

2000
State value mixed and bagged. .............. $34.50
Plant Food per ton........................ 440 pounds

No. 2.
Per Cent.
500 lbs of Castor Pomace (6--2 per cent)...... 4.00 Ammonia
200 lbs of Sulp. of Am. (25 per cent) ........ } 7.70 Available
900 Its of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)......J 9.60 Potash
400 lbs of Sulp. of Pot. (48 per cent).........

2000
State value mixed and bagged .............. $33.76
Plant Food per . ............. .... 426 pounds

No. 3.
Per Cent.
500 lbs of Cotton Seed Meal (7-2-1f) .......
100 lbs of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent)....... 3.97 Ammonia
100 Ibs of Sulp. of Am. (25 per cent) ........ S.30 Available
900 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent) ....... 8.i7 Potash
400 lbs of Sulp. of Potash (48 per cent).......

2000
Srate value mixed and bagged .............. .$33.57
Plant Food per ton ....................... 425 pounds











SOIL ANALYSIS.

We frequently have samples of soil sent in for analysis
and a request to advise as to the best methods of fertiliz-
ing. Excepting in extreme cases, such as Heavy Clays.
Pure Sand and Muck Lands, there is but little informa-
tion to be derived from a soil analysis that would be of
benefit to farmers. So much depends on tilth, drainage,
culture and other physical conditions that an analysis
made under laboratory conditions is of little value. In
this connection we quote from the Rleport of the Indiana
Agricultural Experiment Stalion, Purdne University, of
Lafayette, Ind., as follows:
"SOIL ANALYSIS OF LITTLE VALUE IN SHOWING FiEl-
TILIZER REQUIREMENTS.-The Chemical Department iL
called upon to answer hundreds of letters of inquiry in
relation to agricultural chemical problems from people
all over the State. In Ihis connection it night be well
to say that there is a widespread idea that the chemist
can analyze a sample of soil and, without further know
edge of the conditions, write out a prescription of a for
tilizer which will fill the needs of that particular soil.
"The Experiment Station does not analyze samples of
soil to determine the fertilizer requirements. There is
no chemical method known tlat will show reliably lihe
availability of the plant food elements present in the soil,
as this is a variable factor, influenced by the kind of crop.
the type of soil, the climate and biological conditions;
hence, we do not recommend (his method of testing ;oil."
The method recommended by the Indiana Station is
the field fertilizer test or plot system, in which long,
narrow strips of the field to be tested are meant-ired off
side by side. The crop is planted uniformly over each.
Different fertilizers are applied to the I!lli ..i plots,
every third or fourth one being left unfertilized. The
produce from these plots is harvested separately and
weighed. In this manner the farmer can tell what fer-












tilizer is best suited for his needs. As climatic conditions
may influence the yield with different fertilizers, it is best
to carry on such tests for more than one year before
drawing definite conclusions. There is positively no easier
or shorter method of testing the soil that we feel safe in
recommending.
Soil can le greatly improved by an intelligent rota-
tion 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
fertilizer will injure the land.




WATER ANALYSIS.

We frequently analyze water for public use, city, town
and neighborhood supplies; springs and artesian wells
in which the public is interested; and for individuals
when some economic question, boiler, laundry or other
industrial use is to be decided. WE DO NOT ANALYZE
WATER FOR INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT WHEREIN THE PUBLIC IS
NOT INTERESTED. SUCH SAMPLES SHOULD BE SENT TO A
COMMERCIAL LABORATORY. TIE STATE LABORATORY DOES
NOT COMPETE WITH COMMERCIAL LABORATORIES. AlsO, we
do not make bacteriological examinations nor examina-
tions for disease germs. Such examinations and analy-
ses are made by the State Board of Health at Jackson-
ville.
We do not make a sanitary analysis, nor a complete
quantilative determination, separating each mineral and
staling 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 dissolved solids in the
sample and report them as parts per 1,000,000, naming
the principal ingredients in the order of their predomi-
nance. We find Calcium Carbonate (lime), Sodl')n
Chloride (salt), Magnesium Sulphate (epsom sal,'is











Silica (sand), and Iron, is hie general order of their pre-
dominance, though on the coast, where ihe total dissolved
solids amounts to 5,000 or more parts per 1,000,001, So-
diui Chloride (salt) is the predominant substance.
From a knowledge of the chemical analysis of a water,
unaccompanied by any further information, no conclu-
sion as to the potability and healthfulness of the water
can be deduced.
Therefore, we require the following information to be
given in regard to the source of the water:
(1). The source of the water: spring, lake, river, driven
well, dug well, bored well, artesian well, or flowing well;
and also the depth of the water surface below the top of
the soil, and in case wells the depth of lhe casing.
(2). The locality of the source of the water: town,
city or village; or ihe section, township and range.
(3). The proposed use of the waler: city supply, do-
mestic use, laundry, boiler, irrigation or oilier indus-
trial use.
(4). No sample of water will be analyzed unless the
name and address of the sender is on the package for
identification.
We require two gallons of each sample of water, in a
'ni' jug, stopped with a nelc cork, and sent by prepaid
e.press. We will not accept any sample of water for
analysis not in a new jug. Vessels previously used for
o!lher purposes are never properly cleaned for sending
samples of water for analysis. Corks. once used for other
substances (molasses, vinegar, whiskey, kerosene, etc.)
ai e never properly cleaned. In sampling a well water,
the stagnant water in the pump must first be pumped off.
The jug must first be rinsed with the water to be sam-
pled, emptied, and then filled. A sample of spring, river
or lake water is best taken (after rinsing the jug) by
allowing the jug to fill after immersion some distance
under the surface near the center of the body of water.











NOTE.-- We lind 1le waters of the State-springs, wells,
driven wells and arlesian wells-generally very pure and
wholesome, with but little mineral impurity and that
such as is not harmful. Except in cases of gross care-
lessness, in allowing surface water to contaminate the
well or spring, the waters ol' the State are pure and
wholesome. The deep wells of the State are noted for
their lprity and healthfulness.

ANALYSIS OF FOODS AND DRUGS.

Samples of Foods and DruIgs are drawn under special
regulations. Application should be made to the Com-
missioner of Agriculture or State Chemist for the neces-
sary blanks, instructions, etc., for drawing and trans-
mitting samples of foods and drugs, including drinks of
all kinds.











DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
It. .:. RosE. State Chemist. SPECIAL FERTILIZER1 ANALYSES, 1010. L 1"IITU1RGER. Assistant Chemist.
Samples taken by Purchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved May 22, 1901.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.


BY \WHOM SENT.


C


Fertilizer ................... 12012 4.71 7.781 3.38
Fertilizer ................... 12013 ...... 5.48 1.19
Fertilizer ................... 20141 11.12 7.52 1.89
Fertilizer ................... 12015 7.52 7.1S 0.32
Palm etto Ashes.............. 12016 ...... .. ... ......
Blood and Bone.............. 2017 ...... .. .. ......
Fertilizer ................... 2018 8.32 8.03 0.10
Fertilizer ................... 2019 ...... 3.23 10.40
Fertilizer ................... 2020 ...... 6.60 1.48
; ertilizer No. 1 .............. 2021 ...... 2.97 10.49

Nitrate of Soda(?) (Pot. Salt) 2022 ...... .. ... ......
Fertilizer ................... 2023 ...... 5.82 1.13
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2024 ...... 11.60 0.09


a
as


11.16 1.73 16.46 A. B. Bryan, Bowling Green, Fla.
6.67 4.20 6.76 J. E. Wilson, Ft. Meade, Fla.
9.41 4.80 6.24 James Campbell, Longwood, Fla.
7.50 3.83 11.80 A. S. Alfred, St. Petersburg, Fla.
...... ...... 2.38 D. E. Haywood, West Palm Beach, Fla.
5.59 11.15 ...... John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
8.13 4.36 10.43: H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
13.63 4.981 4.39 H. W. Smith, Zolfo, Fla.
8.08 4.02' 5.25 R. L. Coward, Ona, Fla.
13.46 4.651 8.57 Lewis, Baldwin & Co., Bowling Green,
Fla.
...... Trace. ...... H. C. Hadley, Ft. Myers, Fla.
6.95 4.271 8.49 W. C. McCall, Miami, Fla.
S11.69 2.981 7.061 Lewis, Baldwin & Co., Bowling Green,
I Fla.


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SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


Phosph


NAME, OR ItRAND.
[ -i ^



,3rtilizer ................... 2025 12.54 10.58
D ried Blood ................ 2026 ...... .. ...
Fertilizer No. 1............. 20271 7.53 9.21
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 20281 8.98 5.11
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2029 7.63 5.48
Fertilizer ................... 2030 8.46 6.94
Ashes "A" .................. 2031 ...... .. ..
Ashes "B" .................. 2032 ...... .. ..
Fertilizer ................... 2033 9.75 6.60
Fertilizer .................. 2034 6.95 6.52
Fertilizer ................. 2035 10.75 6.45
,.cid Phosphate No. 1........ 2036 ...... 14.28
Acid Phosphate No. 2........ 20371...... 16.04
Cotton Seed Meal............ 2038 ...... ...
Fertilizer ................... 2039 6.46 6.95
Fertilizer, "Oats" ........... 2040 6.13 9.96
Fertilizer, "Vegetable"....... 2041 8.55 6.09
Ashes, "X" .................. 2042 ...... .. ...
Fertilizer No. 1............. 2043 6.01 6.72
Fertilizer "B. S. F. C."...... 2044 8.91 11.31


loric Acid.


BY WHOM SENT.








0.49 7.43 3.471 8.80 G. Douet, Astatula, Fla.
S -' -


0.80. 11.38 5.26. 7.62 V. I. Carrier, Crescent City, Fla.
...... ...... 1...... 0.87 Joe Cameron, Sanford, Fla.
2.06 11.27 5.091 5.581 C. S. Bushnell, Arcadia, Fla.
0.92 6.03 5.471 10.8S13. A. Buckles, riant City, Fla.
1.42 6.90 5.62 10.901 F. A. Buckles, Plant City, Fla.
0.49 7.43. 3.471 8.80. G. Douet, Astatula, Fla.
0.0 16.3...... 4.79 Ge..... He Marrs, Sanford, Fla.
...... ...... .0 ......87 Geo.L. Mars, Sanford, la Fla
1.881 8.48 4.84 5.95 James McKay, Boynton, Fla.
3.62 10.14 2.44. 13.138 Lewis & Co., Kathleen, Fla.
0.82 7.271 2.98 9.13 C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee, Fla.
0.27 14.551 ...... ..... eimburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
0.30 16.341...... ...... L. Heimburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
...... ...... 8.00 ...... Geneva Lumber Co., Eleanor, Fla.
1.19 8.141 4.30 7.891 I. N. Cochran, Ona, Fla.
0.07 10.03 2.60 4.291 C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee, Fla.
1.09 7.18 4.08 8.361 C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee, Fla.
...... ...... ...... 6.42 F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.
0.401 7.12 5.981 7.93 Spencer Smith, Arcadia, Fla.
1.221 12.53 4.601 6.631 J. P. Coward, Crescent City, Fla.


1






Fertilizer ................... 2045 5.58 4.61 5.201 9.811 6.50 6.61
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2046 8.34 15.30 0.07 15.371 1.00 2.04
Dried Blood .............. 2047 ...... .. ... I ...... ...... 1 35 ..... .
Muriate of Potash........... 2048 ...... .. ............. ...... 50.64
H. G. Sulphate of Potash.... 2049 ...... .... .......... ..... 50.64
L. G. Sulphate of Potash...... i2050 ...... .. ..... ...... ...... 26.44
Fertilizer No. 1............ 2. 051 ...... 7.18 0.35 7.53 4.42 7.89
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2052 ...... 9.00| 0.121 9.12 5.13 8.43
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2053 3.611 2.561 9.69| 12.25 4.18 10.69
FErtilizer ....... .......... 2054 7.411 7.37! 1.701 9.071 3.83 3.23
Fertilizer, "Wilson's Special". 20551...... 10.09[ 0.131 10.22 2.841 3.53
Acid Phosphate No. 1........ 2056...... 16.89' 0.411 17.30 ..... ......
Acid Phosphate No. 2....... 2057 ...... 17.42 0.0S 17.50 ...... ......
Acid Phosphate ............. 2058 ......15.92 0.21 16.13 ...... ......
K ainit ...................... 2059 ...... .. ...... ...... ...... 13.42!
Fertilizer ........... ........ 2060 ...... 12.07 0.991 13.06 1.53 1.76
Fertilizer ......... ....... 2011 5.31 9.891 0.04 9.93 1.40 14.89
Kainit No. 1................ 2062 ...... ........... ...... ...... 13.88
Kainit No. 2................ 2063 ...... .. ....... ..... ...... 13.67
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2064 ...... 6.421 0.05 6.471 4.04 12.10
Palmetto Ashes ........... 2065 ...... .. .... ..... ...... ...... 3.35
Fertilizer ................... 2066 9.881 6.91) 2.461 9.37! 5.23 8.24
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2067 ...... 10.341 0.941 11.281 2.451 1.57
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2068 ...... 10.251 0.901 11.151 2.24 1.71
Acid Phosphate No. 3........ 2069 ...... 14.21 1.80 16.01 ...... .....
Fertilizer, "Tomato No. 1"... 2070 ...... 3.53 0.49 4.02 8.28 10.04
Fertilizer, "Tomato No. 2".. 2071 ...... 5.47 4.021 9.49 5.95 6.32
Fertilizer, "Deli Tabakimert" 2072 7.71 5.88 0.06 5.94 6.45 10.01
Kainit ................... 2073 ......... ........ ...... ..... 14.33
Fertilizer ................... 2074 ...... 9.17 0.56 9.73 2.09 3.24
Kainit ...................... 20751 ...... .. ... ......... .. .. .... I 13.881


Geo. A. Butler, Tavares, Fla.
Spencer Smith, Arcadia, Fla.
Ocala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fertz Co., Ocala, Fla.
C. S. Bushnell, Arcadia, Fla.
E. Patrick, Turkey Creek, Fla.
A. L. Wilson & Co., Quincy, Fla.
A. L. Wilson & Co., Quincy, Fla.
A. L. Wilson & Co., Quincy, Fla.
J. H. McClinton, Ft. White, Fla.
J. H. McClinton, Ft. White, Fla.
W. R. Booth, Campbellton, Fla.
R. F. Kleisen, Yalaha, Fla.
A. L. Beck, Orlando, Fla.
A. L. Beck, Orlando, Fla.
A. L. Beck, Orlando, Fla.
L. B. Thompson, Pensacola, Fla.
C. B. Morrow, Crescent City, Fla.
Milton Cash Store, Milton, Fla.
Milton Cash Store, Milton, Fla.
Milton Cash Store, Milton, Fla.
Walter Waldin, Miami, Fla.
Walter Waldin, Miami, Fla.
C. G. A. Griek, Tallahassee, Fla.
Jas. X. Towles, Athena, Fla.
T. J. Ruff, Ft. White, Fla.
T. J. Ruff, Ft. White, Fla.









SPECIAL FEIITIL1ZER ANALYSES, l10O-Continued.


NAME, ORl BRAND.


a5
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CS


Fertilizer No. 1............ 2076

Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2077

Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2078

Fertilizer No. 4.............. 20791

Fertilizer No. 5............. 20801

Dried Blood ................ 2081
Fertilizer, "Potato Special".. 2082
Cotton Seed Meal........... 2083
Fertilizer No. 1............. 20S4
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2085
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2086
Fertilizer, "Celery Special"... 2087
Fertilizer ............... ... 2088
Fertilizer, "C. B. & Q. 92530". 2089


5.51

6.03i

8.47

5.82

5.44




11.73|
13.40'
12.191


7.12


BY WHOM SENT.


o C



1.07 7.16

0.24 8.60

0.68 7.30

0.58 6.79

1.10 6.56


2.73i 10.051

0.15 S.95
0.55 9.95
1.46 11.23
2.95 10.15
1.06 9.18
1.02 9.741


5.45' 8.72 The Armour Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
4.32 12.32 The Armour Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
3.01 10.71 The Armour Fertz. Co., Jacksonville, 4
Fla.
3.24 8.49 The Armour Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
5.19 5.62 The Armour Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
15.53 ...... A. L. Beck, Orlando, Fla.
4.01 12.22 J. W. Teasley, Tampa, Fla.
7.28 ...... John J. Evans, Evans, Fla.
2.50 2.15 C. A. Green, Milton, Fla.
1.83 2.97 C. A. Green, Milton, Fla.
3.58 2.19 C. A. Green, Milton, Fla.
6.53 5.S.S J. W. Teasley, Tampa, Fla.
2.97 2.37 R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
4.89 8.501 Munroe & Chambliss, Ocala, Fla.


Ilol'hsl'h i 'ir A-idi.







Fertilizer, "Grand Trunk 2090 7.54 7.70 1.45 9.151
10980" .................... I
I Fertilizer, "A.T. & S. F. 28S10" 2091 6.79 9.421 1.50 10.92;
Dried Blood ................12092 .... .......
1 -rtilizer ................... 20931 8.671 5.78 1.73; 7.i51
Fertilizer No. 1 ........... 20941 7.921 8.3201 0.021 8.32
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 20951 5.98; S.11 0.12 S.231
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2096 16.oS 6.72 1.09 7.81
Fertilizer No. 4.............. 2097 19.03 6.351 1.15 7.501
Cotton Seed Meal, "C. M. & S. 2098 ...... ............ .... ...
P. No. 18110"..............
Cotton Seed Meal, "L. & N.2099 ...... .....
10328" ....................
Cotton Seed Meal, "S. A. L. 2100 ..... .... ... ....
24772" .....................
Cotton Seed Meal, "A. C. L. 2101 ...... ...... ......
23157" ................... | i
Fertilizer .................. 2102 7.541 6.04 3.61 9.65
Fertilizer No. 1 ............ 2103 15.S2 12.14 0.631 12.77
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2104 ...... I 11.24 0.73 12.07
Fertilizer ................... 2105 ...... 5.901 0.67 6.63
cotton Seed Meal No. 1...... 2106 ...... .. ..... .......

Cotton Seed Meal No. 2........ 2107 ...... ........ ......

Thomas Slag Phosphate, "Sou. 2108 ...... 6.38 12.18 18.56
11475." ...................
Cotton Seed Meal, "L. & N. 2109 ........ ..............
12218" ..................
Cotton Seed Meal, "I. C. 2110 ........ .. .. ......
14534" .................... I


4.95 8.611 Munroe & Chambliss, Ocala, Fla.

4.70 7.S9 MTunroe & Chambliss, Ocaia, Fla.
1. C .....I L. B ck, Orlando, Fla.
4.971 9.19 W. A. Varn, Bartow, Fia.
4.47 11.77 .1. J. Stephens, Castalia, Fla.
4.251 12.33 J. J. Stephens, Castalia, Fla.
3.60j 6.171 J. J. Stephens, Castalia, Fla.
3.141 7.05 J. J. Stephens, Castalia, Fla.
7.3i ...... Am. Sumatra Tobacco Co., Quincy,
Fla.
7 32 ......Am. Sumatra Tobacco Co., Quincy,
Fla,
8.01 ...... Am. Sumatra Tobacco Co., Quincy,
Fla.
7.15 ...... A.. Sumatra Tobacco Co., Quincy, -
AFla. t
2.18 11.21 Names McVicker, Cobb, Fla.
2.151 1.611 J. F. Lannous, Galloway, Fla.
i.S7i 1.59 .1. F. Lannous, Galloway, Fla.
b.38 13.631 A. J. Mixson, Williston, Fla.
7.49 ..... Gadsden Shade Tobacco Co., Quincy,
Fla.
7.48 ...... Garsden Shade Tobacco Co., Quincy,
Fla.
..... ...... Krau, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

6.92...... Kraus, MeFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

7.011...... Kraus, IMeFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.
!









SIPECTALT FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


Phosphoric


NAME, OR BRAND.


Cotton Seed Meal, "Sou. 2111 ...... ..
13983" ...................
Cotton Seed Meal, "A. C. L. 2112 ...... ..
23157" ..................
Cotton Seed Meal, "P. R. R. 2113 ........
4783" ................... i
Cotton Seed Meal, "M. P. 2114 ........
39010" ...................
Fertilizer ................... 2115 8.81
Fertilizer ................... 2116 7.411
Fertilizer ................... 2117 ......
Cotton Seed Meal (G T. No. 2118......
4461) ........ 211. .
Cotton Seed Meal (A. C. L. 2119 ...... .
No. 33350) .............
Cotton Seed Meal "W" :.. .2120 ....
Cotton Seed Meal "B" ... 2121......
Fertilizer ................... 2122 12.17
Fertilizer .................. 2123 12.76
Acid Phosphate ............. 2124 ...... 1


7.54 0.37
8.29 0.16
3.97 2.30


Acid.



o
S 5i
S-


.... ..... .....
8.551 0.27! 8.82
9.251 0.39 9.64
5.711 0.85 16.56 .


BY \VWIO.M SENT.


6.95[...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla
| I
7.19'...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, FlE
6.96 I ras, McFarlin Co., Quincy, F
6.9617...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla
7.171...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, FlE

4.951 9.0)2 A. H. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
3.30 11.44i John T. Richards. Orlando, Fla.
7.001 7.03 R. E. Rose. Tallahassee, Fla.
7.351...... Lewis Bear Co., Pensacola, Fla.


l.

t.

L.

L.


..... Lewis Bear Co., Pensacola, Fla.

D. M. Lowery, Tallahassee, Fla.
... D. M. Lowery, Tallahassee, Fla.
2.48' W. A. Galloway. Ferry. Fla.
1.86 C. T. Jenkins. Ferry, Fla.
...... T. D. Johnson, Holt, Fla.


. ......







Nitrate of Soda ............ 2125 ......
Peruvian Guano (M. C. No. 2126 ....
48235) ...................
Peruvian Guano ( Sou. No. 2127 ......
132963) ................ ..
Peruvian Guano (M. & W. No. 2128 ......
60028) ....................
Basic Slag (C. & 0. No. 5296) 2129 ......
Basic Slag (S. A. L. No. 2130 ......
1S731) ...................
Basic Slag (Sou. No. 9947)... 2131 ......
Cotton Seed Meal (R. I C. 2132 ......
N o. 60144) ...............
Cotton Seed Meal (I. C. No. 2133 ......
25132) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (B. & 0. No. 2134 ......
70177) ..................
Cotton Seed Meal (N. & W. 2135 ......
No. 60396) ................
Cotton Seed Meal (M. C. No. 2136 ......
4453S) ..................
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2137 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2138 .....
Fertilizer ................... 2139 12.15
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 2140 ......
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 2141 ......
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2142 ......
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 2143 ......
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 21441 ......
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 2145 ......
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 2146 ......


..... I ......
9.21 5.431

10.85 5.32

10.17 4.01

5.53 12.00
5.84 11.SS

6.23 11.97











1..... 0.35.
9.341 0.76'





.... i


18.60 ......
6.50 2.05!

6.99 2.48.

5.96 2.381


..... ......


7.24 ......

7.35 ......

7.15 ......

7.30 .. .

7.521 ......

7.851 ......
1.70 2.21|
2.23 2.041
7.56 ......
6.78 ......
7.62 ......
7.54 ......
6.96 ......
7.52 ......
7.66 ......


J. D. Johnson, Holt, Fla.
Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.
Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.
Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Ki aus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Mrs. H. W. Thomas, DeFuniak, Fla.
Cha('Res Foster, Holt, Fla
iilton Foster, Red Rock,'Fla.
Purnon Chappell, Quincy, Fla.
T. C. Lambert, Quincy, Fla.
L M. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
F I,. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
H F. Dykes, Quincy, Fla
M. G. Flake, Quincy, Fla.
C. W. Owens, Quincy, Fla.












Phosphoric Acid.


NAME. OI{ BRAND.


IB\ WIIOM SEN'i'.


-1


Cotton Seed Meal (C. of Ga. 2147 .....
N o. 41 62) ................. I
Cotton Seed Meal (L. & N. z148 ......
No. 671S3) ..............
Cotton Seed Meal (Grand 2149.....
Trunk No. 12573) .........
Colton Seed Meal (M. L. & T. 2150 ......
No. 30606) ...............
Cotton Seed Meal (L. & N. 2151 ......
N o. 17759) ................
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2152 15. 3,
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 2153 10.15
Fertilizer ................... 2154 13.51
Fertilizer N o. 1............. 21551 ......
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 215G ......
Muriate of Potash ......... 2157 ......
Fertilizer No. 3 ............. 2158 11.11
Nitnr te of Soda .............. 2159 ...
Fertilizer ................... 2100 11.2S
Fertilizer ................... 2161 ......


. i


. . . .
o












9.29 1.75
11.071 1.29
S.S91 0.71
9. 0 0. 02
12.13 0.22
. . I . .


11.0-1
12.3(
I 9. G
9 S'
12 .: :"


11.2S 0.59 11.,7

8.50 0.05 8.1 5
15.62 1.71 17.38


7.07 ......



7.27 ......



2.57 1.36
... 4.61
S2.20 3.01
1 1..9 2.SL
S2.02 1.PS
...... I 5S.SS
2 .29 3.07
18. 39 .....
2 0.951 2.03
0.95 2.01


Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

K!:aus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

(raus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla. to

Kraus, ,McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quin-y, Fla.

T. G. Lambert, Quincy, Fla.
T. G. Lambert, Quincy, Fla.
T. W. Bryan. Sullivan. Fla.
W. P. Bryan, Sullivan, Fla.
iW P. rynn, Sullivan, Fla.
NW P. Bryan, Sullivan, Fla.
%.' P. 13 ;. Slillivan. F]la.
V\, P. van. Sullivan, Fla.
T. W. T;r- i S lliv sen, Fl.
Ernest Amos, Tallahassee, Fla.


SPECIAL FER'iLiZER ANSALY,'iS,E 1010 -Coninucd.


g
?
2
5







Fertilizer .. ............... 2162 11.79
Muriate of Potash .......... 2163 ......
Fertilizer (Hanna No. 1) .... 21641......
Fertilizer .................. 2165 ......
Fortili:,er No 1B ........... 2166 ...
Fe: tilizer No: 2M ........... 2167
Fertilizer ................... 2168 10.17
Fertilizer (Corn. Sam. "Cotton 2169 ......
B oll") ........... ........
Fertilizer (Com. Sam. "Corn- 2170 ......
plete Guano..) ...........
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2171 ......
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2172 ......
Nitrate of Soda ............ .. 2173 .....
Fertilizer (Com. S:La-ple 2174 ......
"Meal Mixt.") ............
Acid Phosphate (Com.Sa:mple) 2175 ......

Acid Phosphate ............. 2176 .....
Fertilizer .................. 2177 ......
Fertilizer ......... 217S110.75
Acid Phosphate ............ 2179 ......
Fertilizer ("Meal Mixt.") ... 2180 ......
Acid Phosphate ("R. & ." 9181 ......
Acid Phosphate ("W. C. L "; 1" ......
Fertilizer ("dp Mixi"). .12 83! ......
Fe-.Lze: (rBone Conip. W. 2184! :.0
F:.". .................. I
A 'id Phosphate ("J. G.") .... 21S5 ......
re 'ii-er ("Colton Bol")... 2?'86, ..
T! ii-- ("01obile Stad.2l87, ,


13.05 1.16 14.21 1.90 1.74
.... .. .... .... | 50. 201
11.48| 1.701 13.18 ...... 3.721
6.U-1 1.55 7.59 3.15 10.43
11.4S 0.12 11.60 1.50 2.75
10.68 0.61 11.291 2.38 2.50
10.15 0.28 10.43 1.64 2.29)
9.71| 1.03 10.741 2.22. 1.35i

9.43 0.30 9.73 4.25? 1.94

. ...... 7 .95 .... .
.....|. ... ... .. 6.: 0 .....
... .| .... ...... 18.02 ......
9.05 0.93 9.981 2.551 1.471

17.651 0.33 17.98 ...... ......

17.761 0.06 17.82 ...... .. .
9.581 2.24: 11.S2 2.311 1.51
12.10! 0.(5 12.751 2.651 0.83:
15.81! 1.0o | 1G.38; .... .......
7.71 0.46' 8.171 2.17 2.69
16.98 0.1- i 17.12 ............
15.58 0.14 15.72 ...... .....
8.57 0.62| 9.19 2.656 3.39
11.20 0.92 12.12 2.081 2.70

15.12 0.54 15.96 ...... ....
9.72i 25 9.971 2.15 3.18!
12 .0! 0n. 12.631 .05 1,77


John Johnson, Sullivan, Fla.
John Johnson, Sullivan, Fla.
A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
C Dcan, Lakcland. Fla.
C. H. Scott, Bascom, Fla.
C. 1H. Scott, Bascom, Fla.
,'. E Foster, Red Rock, Fla.
T. & L. MI. Owens, Quinty, Fla.

H. F. Dyke- and J. L. Owens, Quincy,
Fla.
\V. T. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
L. Helhburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
L. Heimburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
W. C., J. L. & W. T. Owens, H. F.
Dyhes. Quincy, Fla.
i'. Chapl.ell, J. L. & L. N. Owens,
Quin-y, Fla.
W C. Owen-, Quincy, Fla.
W C. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
.. J. Cooley, Sullivan, Fla.
1. J. Cooley, Sullivan, Fla.
.. P. Rhoads, Holt, Fla.
.1. 1". Roads, Holt, Fla.
J. P. Rhoads, Holt, Fla.
J. P. Rlioads, Holt, Fla.
J. P. Rhoads, Holt, Fla.

J. Griffith, Holt, Fla.
J. Griffith, Holt, Fla.
J, Griffith, Holt, Fla,









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


I


NAAM\I, UOL BRAND. 5o a





Potash Salt No. 1 ........... 2188 ......

Potash Salt No. 2............ 2189 8.70

Sull hate of Potash......... 2190 .
Fertilizer "A" .. ............. 2191 3 ,:;
Fertilizer "13 .............. 2192 6.27
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 2 .
itilizer .... .............. 21 11.
D ried Blood .......... .... '2195 '......
Bone M eal .................. 2196 ......
Palm etto Ashes ............. 2197 ......
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2198 ......
Cotton Seed Meal .. ..... .. 2199 ......
H. W A hes A" .. ....... 2200 ......
HI. W. A hes "B" ........... 22011 ......
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2202 5.0:2
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2203 7.100
Fertilizer No. 4 ............. 2204 10.7,
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2205 ......


.... ... .... .. .. 50.S80

..... ...... ...... .. ... 19 .8S S

... 51.8 S
T.00 0.19 7.19 4.59 12.16
7.00 0.22 7.22 3.54 13.53
..... ...... .... 7 .49 ......
S.o1 O.S- S. S5 2.05i 5.90,
..... .. ...... 1 6 .25 .....
S.25 15.191 23.74! 3.031 .... .
..... ...... .. .. 0 .51
.... .. ... .. .. 7 20 .. ...
7.27 ......
2.2
..... ...... ..... ....... 4.50 '
7.10[ 0.80 7.90 4.25 12.02'
7.90! 0.80! 8.70 4.39 12.53;
9.603 1.12 10.75 1.66 2.19
..... ...... .... .. 7.40 ......


J. E. Dubuission & Bro., Pensacola,
Fla.
J. E. Dubuission & Bro., Pensacola,
Fla.
John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
John H. Blake, Tampa. Fla.
John HI. Blake, Tamna, Fla.
A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
McClo'- H. Martin, Sanford, Fla.
A. N. IIoofnagle, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
A. N. Hoofnagle, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
L. B. Thompson, Pensacola, Fla.
B. A. Pucket, Quincy, Fla.
M. H. Mosley, Quincy, Fla.
The South. Fertz Co., Orlando, Fla.
The South. Fertz Co., Orlando, Fla.
John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
Milton Cash Store, Milton, Fla.
K. W. Johnson, Lakewood. Fla.


IlY WHOM SENT.


0
3 ,-
*3






Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2206 .....
F ish ........................ 2207 ......
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2208 4.46
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 2209 4..:0
Fertilizer No. 3 ............. 2210 2.ou
Fertilizer No. 4 ............. 2211 2.12
Fertilizer No 5 ....... .... 2212 7.5
Fertilizer No: 6 ........... 2213 6.0S
Nitrate of Soda ............. 2214 ......
Fertilizer (L. & N. No. 8992). 2215 10.' S
Fertilizer (L. & N. No. 91015) 2216 10.41
Fertilizer (L. & N. No. 95405) 2217 10.1;
Cotton Seed Meal (D. & H. 2218 ......
Co. 15700) ................
Cotton Seed Meal (S T. L. & 2219 .....
S. F. No. 33959) ..........
Cotton Seed Meal (A. C. L. 2220 ......
27631) ..................
Cotton Seed Meal (Penn. No. 2221 ......
1C 503) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (M. K. & T. 2222 ......
10517) ..................
Cotton Seed Meal (B. C. R. &12223 ......
N 48007) ................
Cotton Seed Meal (Penn. No. 2224 ......
62392) ..................
Cotton Seed Meal (S. T. L. & 2225 ......
S. F. No. 31211) ..........
Cotton Seed Meal (A. C. L. 2226 ......
No. 18466) ..............
Cotton Seed Meal (70 sacks 2227 ....
R. I. C. No. 60144) ........


.... .. . .. .. .
4.34 1.81 6.15
4.93 6.121 11.05
G.86 5.291 12.15
6.5 1| 5.211 11.80
7.85 2.951 10.801
7.16 0.17 7.33
7.79 3.61 11.40
. . . . .
10.991 0.751 11.74
12.411 0.27 12.68
9.52 0.43 9.95



. .. . . .

. .|. . . ..




..... ...... ......
I...... ......

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

. . . . .


7.19
10.04
4.65
4.25
2.65
4.12
2.32
2.59
17.00
2.81
1.73
2.91
7.90

8.30

7.50

8.20

7.72

7.47

7.17

7.80

7.25

7.48


6.91
6.711
12.19
13.09
4.71'
2.89j

3.301
3.24
5.89


R. B. Campbell, Tampa. Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa. Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa. Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa. Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tamlia. Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tamria. Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tampa. Fla.
R. B. Campbell, Tamnia. Fla.
L. Heimburger, Tallahassee, Fla.
Kraus, AlcFarlin Co., Quincy, Fl


Kraus, McFarlin Co.,
Kraus, McFarlin Co.,
Kraus, McFarlin Co.,


a.


Quincy, Fla.
Quincy, Fla.
Quincy, Fla.


...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

...... Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.














NAME, OR BRAND.


Cotton Seed Meal (12 sacks 2228 .....
R. I C. No. 60144) ........
Fertilizer ............. ... 12229 ....
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2230 ......
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 2231 ......
Fertilizer No. 3 ............. 2232 ......
Fertilizer No. 4 .............22 .
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2234 ......
Fertilizer ... .. 2235 ......
Basic Slag (A. C. L. No. 2236 ......
31479) ................... I
Fertilizer (C. R. I. & P. No. 2237 15.08
5094') ................... .
Fertilizer (N. Y. C. & H. R. 2238 15.44
98750) ..................
Peruvian Guano (P. & R. No. 2239 ......
3187) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (I. C. 2240 ......
17929) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (P. R. R. 2241 ......
99856) ....................


SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.



S0 0

z3 S
j c~ .el S


11.43
11.84
4.22
8.09
9.241

8.421
5.51

11.05

10.53

7.89


1.271 12.70
0.59 12.43
3.89 8.11
0.75 8.84
0.31 9.55 .

2.38 10.80
8.63 14.14 .

0.85 11.90

1.17 11.70

7.92 15.81


i...... ......


4.75

2.40
1.99
3.26
2.69

7.98
4.49


2.60

2.27

6.78

7.27

7.50


2.47i
2.95,
9.93
6.17
5.89;

4.18:
...... .

2.81

3.57

2.37


BY WHOM SENT.


Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.

J. J White, Graceville, Fla.
T. N. Darsey, Concord, Fla.
'. N. Darsey, Concord, Fla.
T. N. Daisey, Concord, Fla.
TN.N Da 'sey, Concord, Fla.
T. N. Darsey, Concord, Fla.
. L. Beven, Cresceni City. Fla.
Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Slmatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.








Cotton Seed Meal (G. S. & F. 22421 ......
2353) .....................
Cotton Seed Meal (Sou. 2243 ......
138082) ..................
Cotton Seed Meal (M. C.12244 ....
95810' ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (Cen. of 2245 .....
Ga. 1682) ................ I I
Cotton Seed Meal (A. (. S.12246 ......
12391) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (G. & A. 2247 ......
592) ......................
Cotton Seed Meal (I. C. 2248 ......
21756) ..................
Cotton Seed Meal (C. H& D. 2249 ......
R y. 46572) ................ ... |
Cotton Seed Meal (N. & W. 2250 ......
22010) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (Wabash12251 .....
62803) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (N. Y., N. 2252 ......
H. & H. No 77734) ........
Cotton Seel Meal (Erie 2253 ......
73482) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal (Penn. 2254 .....
581624) ..................
Fertilizer (N. Y., N. H. & H. 2255 13.20
82476) ......... 2256.
Fertilizer (M. & 8407).... 225614.51
Fertilizer (Penn. 12049).... 2257 11.87
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2258 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2259 ......


. . . . .
. . . . .






















10.01 0.84 10.85

10.68 1.21 11.89
9.99 0.96 10.95
. . I . . .
12..... 0.84 13.67
12.83| 0.84 13.67


7.55 ...... .

7.38 ......

7.65 ......

7.95 ......

7.58 ......

7.40 ......

7.37 ......

7.58 ......

7.45 ......

7.38 ......

7.58 ... .

7.60 .... .

7.60 . .

2.83 4.321

2.45 3.20[
2.86 5.29!
7.89 ......
2.401 3.011


Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co, Quincy, Fla.

Am. Suiatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.
Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla. i

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.

Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.
Am. Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.
Ido & Burr, Quincy, Fla.
G. S. Gregory, Quincy, Fla.








SPECIAL FEIRTILIZEIR ANALYSES, 1910--Continued.


NAME. O1 BRIAN!l. I i
-3 '$



Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2260 ...... I
Fertilizer ................... 2261 6.64 |
Fertilizer ................... 2262 12. 0 O
Acid Phosphate ........... 2263 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2264 10.99
Fertilizer. .................. 22651 8.
Fertilizer ................... 2266 9.75
Fish ........................ 2267 .....
"Ashes" No. 204 (?) ........ 2268 .... .
Fertilizer No. 205 ........... 2269 9.43
Fertilizer ................... 2270 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2271 ......
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 2272 .
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2273 12.-6
Fertilizer No.2 (L. & N.91015) 22741 S..i
Fertilizer ................... 2275 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2276 4.9 !
Muriate of 'otash .......... 2277 ......
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2278 10. i0
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 12279 10.9


BY WHOM SENT.


..... ... ... ... 8.04 ......
5.5 I 4.30 9.88/ 2.22 11.24
9.19 0.651 9.84 1.91 2.33]
18.55 4.68 23.23 ............
12.01 0.39 l2.40 1.23 1.431
12.02 0.88 12.90 3.71 2.001
7.21 0.52 7.73; 2.30 3.05
4.721 16.95 21.67 5.08 ......
. .. .. ...... ...... I 19 .90
6.491 0.37[ 6.861 2.49j 7.141
10.94! 0.57 11.511 2.50 2.07
6.13 2.19 8.32i 4.50 7.17
.. .. ...... 7 .61 ......
10.7: 0.411 11.14 2.971 3.35
12.041 0.261 12.30 1.61 2.93
14.CS 0.07 14.75J 2.69 1.20:
6.97 0.961 7.931 4.46 12.253
... .. .. .. ...... i ...... 51 .3G '
9.04 0.81 9.85 1.93 2.3S
8.631 0.90 9.53 2.23 2.29i


G. S. Gregory, Quincy, Fla.
J. F. Lemons, Galloway, Fla.
D. S. Franklin, Cobb, Fla.
D. S. Franklin, Cobb., Fla.
E. M. Pitts, Red Rock, Fla.
G. C. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
W. W. Boyett, Otahite, Fla.
W. H. Hansen, Jensen, Fla.
The South. Fertz. Co., Orlando, Fla.
The South. Fertz. Co., Orlando, Fla.
H. L. Green, Bascom, Fla
N. A. Carlson, Hollandale, Fla.
L. Heimburger. Tallahassee, Fla.
Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.
Kraus, McFarlin Co., Quincy, Fla.
A. F. Moore, Hester, Fla.
.. H. Blake, Tamipa, Fla.
A. E. Taylor, Wilnarth. Fla.
J. W. Kelley, Otahite, Fla.
J. W. Kelley, Otahite, Fla.


I'loslphioric Acid.








Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2280110.45
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. 2281| 8.82
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2282 ......
F ertilizer ................... 2283 ......
Cotton Seed Meal ........... 122841 ......
Cotton Seed Meal No. 3 ..... 2285;. ......
Mluriate of Potash No. 1. .. 2286 .....
Acid Phos;;iate No. 2........ 22S7 ......
F ertiizer ................... 22SS ......
Fertilizer ................... 2289 12.1;
Fertilizer ................... 2290 8.31
Fertilizer ................... 2291 ......
Fertilizer ................. 2292 11. 2
Fertilizer ................. 2293 ......
Fertilizer .................. I2" -1 ......
Fertilizer "W. N. B. No. 1".. 2295 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2296 8..S.
Fertilizer ................... 2297 10.17
Fertilizer .................... 229 4.,7
Fertilizer ................... 2299 10. 3: |
Fertilizer ................... 12300 5.33 I
Fertilizer ................... 12301 13.97
Fertilizer (Home Mixt.)..... 2302 ......
Guano No. 1 ................ 2303 40.30
Guano No. 2 ................ 2304 19.57
Fertilizer ................... 12305 4.7 |
Fertilizer ................... 2306 15.44
Fertilizer .................. 12307 4. 7
Fertilizer "...................2308 8.54
Fertilizer ................... 2309 11. 51
Acid Phosphate No. 1........ 12310 ......
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 12311 10.42


9.94 0.52 9.93 4.65 4.271
9.51 1.16 10.67 2.83 6.03
15.50 1.02 16.52 1.13 0.831
2.SO 9.53i 12.33 2.33 14.761
..... .. ...... 7.65 ......
. ... .... 7 .50 ......
.. .. .. .. 49.45
16.16 1.59 17.75 .. ...... .
10.02[ 0.541 10.56 4.99 4.67
11.761 1.54 13.30 2.44 2.101
10.141 2.61 12.75 1.80 1.38S
3.56 10.72 14.28J 3.62 6.09
9.931 2.61 12.54 1.91 2.171
11.75 0.17 11.92 2.83 1.71
7.01 1.01 8.0" 3.79 6.71i
8.55 2.42 10.97 2.23 1.94
13.87 2.58 16.45 3.02 2.46
2.111 0.82 2.93 9.50 0.99
8.53 1.00 9.53 5.53 13.16
10.13 0.91 11.01 4.10 2.3S
7.29 0.31 7.60 4.78 9.48
9.82 0.17 9.99 2.82 1.65
8.06 0.09 8.15 1.94 9.86
3.35 5.90 9.25 2.11 1.68
8.32 0.12 8.44 3.13 0.12
7.37 0.44 7.811 3.49 10.221
9.49 0.54 10.031 3.58 1.451
2.02 6.99 9.011 3.99 10.51
4.26 2.55 6.81 4.24 10.221
10.26 0.12 10.38 2.45 1.741
15.43 0.55 15.98 ...... ......
7.1S 0.70 7.88 ...... 4.881


J. R. Miller, Cobb, Fla.
J. R. Miller. Cobb, Fla.
A. D. Campbell, Chipley, Fla.
Frank Barthets, Gotha, Fla.
Jake Bio\\n, Ocala. Fla
D. D. Martin, Otahite, Fla.
D. D. Martin, Otahite, Fla.
D. D. Martin, Otahite, Fla.
M. C. Herndon, Bristol, Fla.
J. S. Keith, Black, Ala.
H. A. Jones, Milton, Fla.
J. W. Walston, Bowling Green, Fla.
W. B. H. Adams, Milton, Fla.
Geo. W. Moore, Sr., Hester, Fla.
M. H. Tanner, Plant City, Fla.
A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy, Fla.
G. C. Johnson, Hester, Fla.
J. G. May, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
H. A. Ward, Winler Park, Fla.
WV. P. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
K. M. Stokes, Evans, Fla.
George W. Moore, Hester, Fla.
H. A. Jones, Milton, Fla.
W. R. Alexander, Marco, Fla.
W. R. Alexander, Marco, Fla.
A. S. Nelson, Dunedin, Fla.
J. S. Howell, Chumuckla, Fla.
V. I. Carrier, Crescent City, Fla.
C. B. Morrow, Crescent City, Fla.
A F. Moore, Hester, Fla.
A. N. Kelley, Holt, Fla.
A. N. Kelley, Holt, Fla.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. 9 .

o g -1 a


Fertilizer No. 3 ............. 2312 11.51 8.39 0.33 8.72 1.67
Fertilizer No. 1 (10-3-3)...... 2313 9.58 10.43 0.51 10.94 3.72
Fertilizer No. 2 (10-2-2)...... 2314 10.90 9.86 0.42 10.28 2.51
Fertilizer No. 3 (6-6-2)..... 2315 9.96 6.07 0.42 6.4 5.4
Fertilizer No. 4 (10-0-4)...... 2316 9.70 9.83 0.791 10.62 ......
Raw Bone .................. 2317 ...... ... ...... 23.57 4.61
Fertilizer ................... 2318 6.39 14.84 J.01 14.85 3.94
Fertilizer ................... 2319 14.13 7.10 0.50 7.601 3.64
Fertilizer No. 1............. 2320 ...... 10.88 4.50 15.38 4.42
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2321 K ..... 10.81 4.40 10.21 4.23
Fertilizer No. 1............. 2322 8. 0 7.96 1.86 9.82 5.17]
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2323 9.58 7.21 1.43 8.64 4.101
fertilizerr No. 3.............. 2324 8.821 6.37 0.66] 7.031 2.48
Fertilizer No. 4............. 12325 8.941 6.54| 0.70] 7.241 3.23
Fertilizer No. 5.............. 123261 5.401 8.341 0.25 8.591 4.28!
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 23271 7.54] 6.251 0.451 6.701 4.15;
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 123281 8.35] 6.701 1.761 8.461 4.27
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2329 3.85 .. ... ....... 14.11| 9.S 9
Fertilizer No. 10............ 2330 ...... 9.441 0.22 9.661 3.251
Fertilizer No. 20............ 123311 ..... 1 9.94] 0.231 10.17] 2.19[


CI






2.441
3.61]
2.77
3.06
4.38

12.41
10.22
4.401
4.30
7.121
5.951
11.27
10.061
12.111



2.03
6.54


BY WHOM SENT.





A. N. Kelley, Holt. Fla.
Bristol Bargain Store, Bristol, Fla.
Bristol Bargain Store, Bristol, Fla.
Bristol Bargain Store, Bristol, Fla.
Fristol Bargain Store, Bristol, Fla.
A. L. Beck. Orlando, Fla.
.. W. Wright, DeLand, Fla.
H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
Milton Cash Store, Milton, Fla.
Milton Cash Store, Milton, Fla.
Armour Fertz. Wks.,Jacksonville.Fla.
Armour Fortz. VWks.,Jacksonville Fla.
Armour Fer z. Wks.,Jacksonville Fla.
Armour Fee.z. Wks..Jacksonville Fla.
Armour Fortz. Wks.,Jacksonville.Fla.
K. Ri(c:irdson, Cocoanut Grove, Fla.
K. Richardson. Cocoanut Grove. Fla.
K. Richardson, Cocoanut Grove, Fla.
A. D. Campbell, Chipley, Fla.
A. D. Campbell, Chipley, Fla.









Fertilizer No. 30............ 2332 ...... 9.7
Fertilizer .................. 2333 13.13 6.68
Fertilizer ................... .2334 ...... 6. 1
Fertilizer ...................12335 5.35 .
Fertilizer ................... 2336 ...... 5.9.
Fertilizer ................... 23371 6.78 .. ...
Blood and Bone.............. 12338 ...... .....
Fish Scrap No. 1............ 12339 13.68 ..

Fish Scrap No. 2............ 23401 10.64 .....

Dried Blood (N. Y. C. & H. R. 2341 ...... .....
No. 91406)
Fertilizer ................... 2342 ...... 10.48
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2343 5.67 7.29
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. 2344 9.59' 6.70
Fertilizer No. 3.............. '2345 8.12 7.14
Fertilizer No. 4.............. 2346 7.72 6.87
Fish Scrap ................. 2347 16.66 ..
Fertilizer (Tankage) ........ 2348 ......
Fertilizer (C. M. Spec. E. T.) 2349 ...... 5.44

Fertilizer (C. M. Spec. Y. Y.) 2350 ...... 6.56


K ainit ....................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Cotton Seed Meal...........
A shes ......................


7.36
7.08


2.35
6.04


S0.31 10.07
S 0.2S 6.96
S 0.71 9.17
I... .. .I
I.... 1.41;
I...... 3.19
1...... | 12.92|


2.55 5.32
2.73 13.01
27 S OS
6.9.. 4.5,)
4l.tl 4.15
5. 79 7. '
10.32 .. .
..55 ..... I


I .. 13.58 10.03. ......

...... .. 15.38 ... ..

0.26 10.74 1.8' 2.001
0.83 8.12 4.73 6.51'
0.30 7.00 4.92 6.11
0.71 7.85 2.98 4.30
0.63: 7.51, 2.88 4.05[
...... 11.64 8.G 7 ......
...... 13.25 2.60 ......
2.31 7.75 3.13 11.13

2.42 8.9S 3.83 7.411

...... 12.31
3.28 5.G63 7.20! 4.641
5.93 11.97 3.60 8.571
..... ... 7 .65 ......
...... ...... .. .. I 3 .43


A. D. Campbell, Chipley, Fla.
11. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
B. E. McLin, Tallahassee. Fla.
J. G. May, Ft. Pierce, Fii.
.3. R. Williams. Citra, Fla.
C. F. Wolf, Jensen, Fla.
ino. H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
Penmac ola Rendering Co., Pensacola,
Fla.
Pensacola Rendering Co., Pensacola.
Fla.
E. O. Painter Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
A. J. Strickland, Caryville, Fla.
T. Gaskins, Arcadia. Fla.
T. Gaskins. Arcadia, Fla.
T. Gaslins, Arcadia, Fla.
T. Gaskins, Arcadia. Fla.
T. R. Parker. Pensacola, Fla.
Howard & Kennedy, Terra Ceia. Fla.
Independent Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Independent Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Jno. H. Blake. Tampa, Fla.
C. S. Bixby, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
Lewis. Coon & Platt, Caihaleen, Fla.
WV. L Thon.pson. Lal:eland, Fla.
The Gulf Fetz. Co., Tampa, Fla.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME. OR BRAND.


5)
.0
*
C
CC
0l


Acid Phosphate....... ...... 2 .. .. 16.22 0.47 16.691
Fertilizer ................... ..... 2.64 6.05 8S.69;
Fertilizer ................... 2 58 1.301 2.60
Fertilizer .............. 1. 359 1 10 1 70 0.66 2.3;!i
Fertilizer No. 1............ 23601 9.11 5.31 0.690 6.01
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2361 9.6 5.41 0.51 5.92'
Fertilizer No. 3................ 2362 7.6' 5.80 1.09 6.89
Steamed Bone Meal.......... 2363 ....... ...... 26.07
Fertilizer .............. 2364 8.52 2. 1 1.19 5.601
Hard W ood Ashes.......... 2365 ...... .. ... .. ......
Fertilizer ................... 23661 ...... 6. 11 0.74 7.08
Steamed Bone Meal No. I.... 267...... ....... 32.22
Steamed Bone Meal No. 2.... 2368. .. .......... 24. .3
Steamed Bone Meal No. 3 .... 236 ...... ..... ... 295.06
Fertilizer .................. I23701 4.:91 5.53! 4.39 9.92
Fertilizer ................... 2371i 8.09 7.60 0.97 8.571
Fertilizer ................... 23721 S 5.47T 0.41 .5.941
Fertilizer No. 2............... 237 7.30 1.2 ] 0.53 4.76
Blood and Bone............. 12374 ..... ... ... 6.58
Fertilizer ................... 2375 5.751 8.821 0.121 8.941


.. -
0 0

. .




4.41 7.S;i
6.45 5.17
5.691 7.0-4
5.81! 3.:3 5
3.79/ 7.C6,
.9,1 9.29
1 .75 ......
7.84t 10.01
2.7:
(. l J 7.5s:
1.20o ......
3,.61 ......
.42 ... ...
4.85 13.22
4.S5 7.7 9
5.281 5.33
5.4SI 5.s61
10.05 ......
4.041 12.00


I;Y \VI[I(\ SENT.


J. S. Howell, Chumuckla. Fla.
\. J. Kimball. Ft. Pierce, Fla.
C. Dunscombe, Stuart. Fla.
A. R. Mosier. .lensen, Fla.
Ocala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fertz. Co., Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Feriz. Co.. Ocala, Fla.
G. O. McPhail. Pensacola, Fla.
E. A. Brewe-r Hlollandale, Fla.
Chase & Co., Sanftild. Fla.
S. C. Gates, Manatee, Fla.
C. S. VanlHorten, Orlando. Fla.
C. S. VanHorton. Orlando, Fla.
C. S. VanHoritn, Orlando, Fla.
H. A. Perry Pomona. Fla.
James Campblell, Winter Park. Fla.
R. C. Hooks. Clermont, Fla.
R. C. Hooks, Clermont, Fla.
A. R. Mosier, Jensen, Fla.
John M. Lee, Kissimmee, Fla.








Fertilizer (Pineapple Mixt.) 2376 ........ 1. .. ..
Fertilizer ................... 237 ..... 1 .1 i 0.62
Fertilizer ................... 2378 ... 3.921 0.21
Blood and Bone No. 1...... 2373 .......... ......
Blood and Bone No. ....... O ...... .. .....
Blood and Bone No. 3........ 23811 ...... .. .. ....
Blood and Bone ............. 2382 ...... .. .. ....
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2:83 5.9n 1 10.1; 3.89
Fertilizer No. 2.............. '2384! 3.2: 7. 18 4.74
Fertilizer No. 3............ .385 4.49 4.8, 8.18'
Fertilizer .................. 2-86 7.74 4.80 7.6-1
Fertilizer ................... 2387 12.01i 6.95 0.234
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2388 6.:0) i 1.74. 0..85


8.051
6.78
4.131
11.851
11.30
9.26
11.70
14.021
11.92
13.03!
12.4-1
7.29
2.59


5.57 4.01
2.62 8.281
6.65 4. 56
a. 02 ......
7 .50 ......
6.59! ......
8. 32 .....
2.01 7.6 1
0.55 11.51
3.46 5. 93
4.40 1(0.37
3.63 8.57:
7.49 6.23


M. IM. Gaston. Punta Gorda. Fla.
R. S. Cohoon. Orlando. Fla.
H. E. Spencer, West Palm Beach,Fla.
\. R.. Hardeh. Jenlsn, Fla.
\V. R. lardece .Jons(e, Fla.
W. R. Ilardee. .rJensn. Fla.
A. R. Alosier. Jensen, Fla.
E. R. 'Walson. Aircadia. Fla.
E R. WVafsn. Arcadia, Fla.
E. R. Watson. Arcadia. Fla.
0. AM. mallei,. Orlando. Fla.
AI. Cosler. Kissiiniino,. Fla.
Carroll Dunsconlibe Stuart, Fla.









DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910. L. HEIMBURGER. Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist Under Sections 1 and 2, Act Approved May 22, 1905.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.




Nitrate of Potash ........


Bean Fertilizer ..........


Mapes' Fruit and Vine
M anure ................

Mapes' Vegetable Manure.


H. G. Blood and Bone....


H. G. Sulphate of Potash..


> i BY WHOM AND WHERE
oI MANUFACTURED.

01 0 *6 c n F.
0 Z
Cd 0'8.


1452 Guarant'd Analysis ...... ......... ...... 15.00 43.001E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis... .. .................14.25 42.64 acksonville, Fla.

1453 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5.00 1.00 ......5.00 5.00 TheArmour Fertz.Wks.,
Official Analysis...1 8.01, 5.27 0.92 6.19' 4.92 5.82 Jacksonville, Fla.

1454 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5.00 2.00 .... 2.00 10.00 Mapes' For. & Peruvian
Official Analysis... 8.63! 5.32 3.72 9.04 2.79 11.44 Guano Co., New York.

1455 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 6.00 2.00 ......5.00 4.00 Mapes' For. & Peruvian
Official Analysis... 9.60 5.91 3.69 9.0G 5.43 5.6( Guano Co., New York.

1456 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 3.00 1.5 ....... 10.00 ...... Independent Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis... ...... 2.52 1.371 3.89 10.59 ..... Jacksonville, Fla.

1457 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 ............... 48.00 Independent Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis... ...... ...:: ... ... ... .... .. 50.88 Jacksonville, Fla.


l








Dried Blood .............. 1458 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 .....
SOfficial Analysis.. ...... ......
I
Hard Wood Ashes........ 1459Guarant'd Analysis 15.00 .....
Official Analysis... ...... ......

H. G. Acid Phosphate.... 1460 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 16.00
Official Analysis......... 18.79

Prime Bright Cotton Seed 1461 Guarant'd Analysis........
Meal ................... Official Analysis.. ...... ......

H. G. Ky. Tobacco Stems.. 1462 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00......
Official Analysis.. ............

Favorite Non-Ammoniated 1463 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 10.00
Special ................. Official Analysis... 8.17 10.37I

Simon Pure Tomato...... 1464 Guarant'd Analysis' 8.00 4.00
Official Analysis... 6.65 6.03

Simon Pure Rose Special. 1465 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001 3.50
Official Analysis... 8.261 4.41
Simon Pure No. 1........ 1466 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001 6.00
Official Analysis... 6.981 5.80

Gem Special ............. 1467 Guarant'd Analysis 5.00 5.00
Official Analysis... 5.63 6.33


0 .50 ...... ......


0.021 18.81


7.50
7.62

2.001
2.58




5.00
5.96

4.50
5.30

4.00
4.05

4.00
4.35


16.00 ...... Independent Fertz. Co.,
17.24 ..... Jacksonville, Fla.

...... 4.00 Independent Fertz. Co.,
...... 2.25 Jacksonville, Fla.


.


Independent Fertz. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Independent Fertz. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Independent Fertz. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Independent Fertz. Co., a
Jacksonville, Fla. w

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

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

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

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


1


1.00 .. .
0.17 10.54 .

3.00 ..
2.52 8.55

1.75 .. ...
1.50 5.91

1.00 ......
0.03 5.83

3.00 ...
0.251 6.58


7.00
9.64

11.00
10.97

9.00
9.97

5.25
7.60

12.00
13.13

6.00
6.67








OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Gem Fruit and Vine...... 1468 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Simon Pure No. 2......... 1469 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...

Sulphate of Ammonia..... 1470 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Lawn Special ............ 1471 Guarant'd Analysisl
I Official Analysis...

Seminole Tree Grower ... 1472 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

W. & T.'s Special Fruit and 1473 Guarant'd Analysis
Vine Manure .......... Official Analysis...

Williams & Clark Fruit and 1474 Guarant'd Analysis
Vine ................... Official Analysis...


Phosphoric Acid.


G5





6.00
6.57

6.00
6.79


1.00 ...... !
1.05] 7.62
2.00 ......
2.06 8.851


.... .. ... ......
..... .. ... .I..-. .. J

10.00 7.00 1.00 ......
4.991 6.13 0.331 6.461

8.00 6.00 ...........
8.791 6.451 0.86| 7.311

10.00 6.00 1.00 ......
9.011 7.181 0.111 7.291

10.00 5.50 3.00 ......
6.811 6.321 0.981 7.301


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


3.00 10.00E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
3.32 11.171 Jacksonville, Fia.

4.00 6.00 E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
4.72 7.97 Jacksonville, Fla. 5

25.00 ...... E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
25.80 ...... Jacksonville, Fla.

6.501 5.00 E. O. Fainter Fertz. Co.,
8.021 8.101 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 8,00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.041 8.0] Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

4.001 1,.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.26! 12.721 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

2.251 10.00'Am. Agr. Chemical Co.,
2.31[ 9.811 Jacksonville, Fla.








Bradley Florida Vegetable. 1475 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 7.75

Williams & Clark Florida'1476 Cuarant'd Analysis; 10.001
Vegetable .............. Official Analysis... 8.30

Bradley Fruit and Vine.. 1477 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis...| 6.57
Lazaretto Early Trucker.. 1478 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 9.71
Williams & Clark Nursery 1479 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00j
Stock .................. Official Analysis... 9.73]

Williams & Clark Special 1480 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001
Fruit and Vine.......... Official Analysis... 10.111

Bradley Orange Tree...... 1481 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00[
Official Analysis.. 7.551
Peruvian Orange Tree 1482 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
Grower ................ IOfficial Analysis... 9.101

Special Mixture No. 1.... 1483 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
Official Analysis... 9.861
Ideal Vegetable Manure... 1485Guarant'd Analysis 8.00|
lOfficial Analysis... 9.771


6.00
6.79

6.001
7.24

5.50
6.32!

7.00
8.19

8.001
8.651

5.50!
7.051

6.001
7.17

6.00
6.65

6.00|
6.15

6.00!
6.291


1.16 7.95

1.00
0.84 S.OS0

1 .00! ...
0.77! 7.09

2.00 .....
1.51 9.70

1.00 ......
1.02 9.67

3.00 ... .
1.66! 8.71!

1.00 ......
0.68 7.85

2.00 .....
2.221 8.871

1.00 ......
1.78 7.932

1.001 .... .
0.951 7.241


4.001
4.261

4.00
4.151

2.25
2.41

5.001
4.82'

4.501
4.291

4.251
4.60

3.501
3.70

5.00
5.25

5.00
5.31

4.001
4.51!


5.001Am. Agr. Chemical Co.,
5.701 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.001 Am. AEr. Chemical Co.,
4.;8 Jacksonville, Fla.

10.00 Am. Agr. Chemical Co.,
10.70 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 Am. Agr. Chemical Co..
5.43! Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 Am. Agr. Chemical Co.
.3.571 Jacksonville, Fla.

On.no Am. Agr. Chemical Co..
7.601 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.001Am. Agr. Chemical Co.,
4.71 Jacksonville, Fla.

8.n00Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
10.08 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00!Wilson & Toomer Fertz,
5.661' Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
I
8.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
7.601' Co., Jacksonville, Fla.


.5














NAME, OR BRAND.




Ideal Sugar Cane Fertilizer


Spec. Mixt. for Cowpenned
or Over-Am'oniated Trees

K ainit ..................


Complete Sweet Potato Fer-
tilizer ..................

Armour's Fruit and Vine..


Armour's Blood, Bone and
Potash .................

Armour's Vegetable ......


OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910-Continued

Phllosphoric Acid.


2
.s,' CS 0
M -


1486 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1487 Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

1488 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1489 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1490 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1491 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1492 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


10.00
11.25
I
10.00i
5.82




10.001
13.22

10.00
6.151

10.001
8.48'

10.001
9.231


7.00
6.65

8.001.
8.50




8.001
8.33

6.00
6.30

8.00
7.65

7.00
6.93


1.20 7.85


1.93 10.43


1.00
1.36

1.00
0.28

1.00
2.35

2.00
1.17


9.69


6.67


10.00


8.10


2.50
2.68

2.50
3.30

5.00
5.10

4.00
3.58


0
" BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




4.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
5.49' Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

13.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
12.58' Co., Jacksonville, Fla. m

12.00 Vilson & Toomer Fertz.
15.03 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

3.50 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.56* Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

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

7.001The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
7.68 Jacksonville, Fla.

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









Special Mixture .......... 1493 Guaiant'd Analysis......
Official Analysis... 9.01

Armour's Practical Trucker 1494 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 8.07

Armour's Orange Fruiter.. 1495 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001
Official Analysis.. 6.331

Goulding's Bone Compound 1496 Guarant'd Analysis 16.001
I Official Analysis... 10.22

Goulding's 16% Acid Phos-1497 Guarant'd Analysis 16.00
phate .................. Official Analysis.. .... ..

Cuke Special ............ 149S Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
Official Analysis.. 9.641

Orange Fruiter .......... 1499 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001
SOfficial Analysis... 5.871
I
Orange Tree Grower...... 11500 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
S Official Analysis... 7.671

Cane and Corn Special.... 1501 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
Official Analysis... 7.831

Tomato Special .......... 1502 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 10.231

Special Fruit and Vine.... 1503 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 7.07


8.00o
8.77,

6.00
5.80

8.001
7.95

8.00
8.73]

16.00
16.891

5.00
5.55

6.00
7.05

6.00
6.61

6.00
7.06

5.00
6.52

6.00
6.70


.....o ... .....
0.21J 8.9S ......

2.00 ...... 3.001
.0.92 6.72 2.72

1.00 ...... 4.001
0.52 8.47 4.35

2.00 ...... 2.00
1.45 10.18 3.08

2.00 ...... ..... .
0.36 17.25 ...... .

1.00 ...... 5.00
0.04 5.59 4.40

1.00 7.00 4.00
0.25 7.30 4.64

1.001 7.00 5.00
0.83 7.43 5.40

1.00 7.00 3.00
1.30 8.36 3.68

1.00 ...... 4.00
0.88 7.40 4.63

1.00 7.00 3.00
0.25 6.95 3.45


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

10.001The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
10.921 Jacksonville, Fla.

12.00 The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
11.891 Jacksonuxille, Fla.

2.00 The Goulding Fertz. Co.,
2.00 Pensacola, Fla.

..... The Goulding Fertz. Co.,
..... Pensaola, Fla.

8.00 The Gulf Fertz. Co.. o
10.72 Tampa, Fla.

11.00 The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
11.071 Tampa, Fla.
I
6.001The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
7.371 Tampa, Fla.

5.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
5.8S Tampa, Fla.

8.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
9.77, Tampa, Fla.

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










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910.-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


0

oC
e8


Phosphoric Acid.


o 5
d .S
3 S =' _
In 3 "
1 ^ 5


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


Armour's Fruit and Vine..|l1504Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Armour's Blood, Bone and|15051Guarant'd Analysis
Potash ................ Official Analysis...

Mapes Orange Tree Ma- 1506 Guarant'd Analysis
nure ................. Official Analysis...

Armour's Watermelon Spe-I1507 Guarant'd AnalysisI
cial .................... Official Analysis...

Lettuce Special .......... 1508 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

H. G. Sulfate of Potash.... 1509 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...
I
Tampa Fruiter .......... 1510 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


10.001 6.00
6.801 6.25

10O.r9 8.00
7.43 7.95

12.00 6.00
12.94 9.28

10.001 5.00
7.08 5.36

10.00 3.00
13.60 3.24

5.00 ...... .
.. ... [.i ..... .

8.00 6.00
5.04 6.56


1.00
1.28

1.001
2.26!

2.00
1.83

1.00
1.41

2.00
1.05




1.00
2.58


...... 2.50
7.53 2.68

...... 5.001
10.21 5.051

...... 4.00
11.11 4.32

...... 3.00
6.77 3.30

7.00
4.29 6.19




..... 1 4.00
9.14 4.18


11.00 The Armour Fertz Wks,
11.07 Jacksonville, Fla.

7.00 TheArmour Fertz.Wks..
7.31 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 The Mapes Formula and
3.76 Peruvian Guano Co..
New York, N. Y.
8.00iThe Armour Feriz.Wks.,
8.741 Jacksonville, Fla.

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

50.001The Armour Fertz.Wks.,
50.401 Jacksonville, Fla.

12.001The Tampa Fertilizer
13.791 Co., Tampa, Fla.








Irish Potato .............. 15111Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00 2.00 ......
Official Analysis... 5.81 10.97 0.53 11.50

Germofert Vegetable. ..... 15121Guarant'd Analysis! 5.00 5.001 7.001......
S Official Analysis... 6.42 3.281 9.341 12.621

One Third Mixture........ 1513 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.50 1.00 ......|
Official Analysis... 7.45 6.62 0.571 7.19

Cane Special ............ 1514 Guarant'd Analysis| 8.00 6.00j 2.00 ......|
Official Analysis... 5.96 5.89, 6.261 12.151

Germofert Orange Tree 15151Guarant'd Analysis1 5.001 3.001 9.001......
Grower ................I Official Analysis... 4.571 3.22 10.35! 13.571

Corn Special Fertilizer... 1516 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.00 1.00 ......
Official Analysis... 8.46 7.75 3.49 11.241

Germofert Fruit and Vine.. 1517 Guarant'd Analysis! 5.00 3.00! 9.001 12.00
Official Analysis... I 3.78 2.781 9.32 12.10

Germofert Corn Special.. 1518 Guarant'd Analysis 5.00 3.00 9.00 12.00
Official Analysis... 3.89 3.67 12.71 16.38

Acid Phosphote .......... 1519 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 16.00.............
Official Analysis... ...... 17.63 0.38 18.01 .

German Kainit .......... 1520 Guarant'd Analysis .. ...... ........... .
Official Analysis.. .......... ...... ...... .

Ideal Tomato Special .... 1521 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00 ...
Official Analysis... 9.41 5.92 2.56 8.48


4.00
4.48

4.001
4.081

2.50
3.27

5.001
4.78|

4.00|
4.50|
1
2.00|
1.971

2.00
2.981

2.00
2.09


8.00 The Tampa Fertilizer
9.21 Co., Tampa, Fla.

6.00The Tampa Fertilizer
5.891 Co., Tampa, Fla.

4.50 The Tampa Fertilizer
5.431 Co., Tampa. Fla.
I
4.001The Tampa Fertilizer
6.131 Co., Tampa, Fla.
I
5.001The Tampa Fertilizer
6.631 Co., Tampa, Fla.

3.001The Tampa Fertilizer
3.321 Co., Tampa, Fla.

12.00 The Tampa Fertilizer
13.611 Co., Tampa, Fla.

3.00 The Tampa Fertilizer
3.761 Co., Tampa, Fla.


..... ...... The Tampa Fertilizer
... .. .... Co., Tampa, Fla.


5.00
5.12


12.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
12.47 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz
6.01 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.








OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910.-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Spec. Mix. for Cowpen'd or 1522 Guarant'd Analysis
over-Ammoniated Trees..; IOfficial Analysis...

Ideal Lettuce Fertilizer... 15231Guarant'd Analysis
I Official Analysis...

No. 1 Peruvian & Fish Gu-11524|Guarant'd Analysis]
ano Mixture ........... !Official Analysis.. .

Lettuce and Cuke Special. 1525 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

V. C. Tip Top Tomato 1526lS Guarant'd Analysisl
Trucker ............... Official Analysis.. .

Fish and Potash .......... 1527 Guarant'd Analysisi
Official Analysis...

No. 2 O0ani.' Tree Mixture 1528 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


10.00;
3.791

10.00l
8.171

12.001
5.641

12.001
9.77

8.001
6.70]

12.00
10.46

12.001
5.431


Phosphoric Acid.



.0



2I -I I
8.00 ...... ......
6.96 3.30 10.26 ......






5.00 1.00 ...... 6.50
0.W 1.97. N .01 5.1:8

7.00 1 .00 ...... 4.00
7.20 1.60; 8.801 3.1!

2.50 2.50' ..... 6.50!
.15' 2.70 4.851 5. 0
i I I ]
C.001 2.001 ...... 3 .00
7.261 1.72| 8.98[ 3.331


0
aq
IiY' V 1HOMA.NDWVHERE
S MANUFACTURED.



13.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
13.881 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
I
6.00 Wilqon & Toomer Fertz.
5.8G Co., Jacksonville, Fla. t

5.00 Fla. Fertz. Co., Branch,
4.05 Gainesville, Fla.

4.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
3.471 Gainesville, Fla.

5.00 Flmoida Fertilizer Co.,
6.81i Gainesville, Fla.

5.o0nFlorida Fertilizer Co.,
5.801 Gainesville, Fla.
I
5.00!Florida Fertilizer Co.,
5.351 Gainesville, Fla.








(orn Special ............ 1529 Guarant'd Analysis] 10.001
Official Analysis... 11.59

"Superior Watermelon & 1530 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00O
Cantaloupe Special" .... Oftical Analysis... 11.911

Tomato Fertilizer ........ 1 51 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis.. 10.5S
toan Fertilizer ........ 15,,2 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00|
Official Analysis... 10.658

Superior Fertz. for General 1523 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Trucking .............. .. Official Analysis.. I 11 .78

Special Lettuce .......... 1534 Guarant'd Analysis......
Official Analysis... 10.2(i

Acid Phosphate .......... 1535 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... .....

Standard Corn Special.... 1536 Guarant'd Analysis ....
Official Analysis... 14.13

Standard Vegetable No. 1.. 1537 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
OfficialAnalysis... 14.81

Standard Fish and Potash. 1538 Guarant'd Analysis 11.00.
Official Analysis... 14.89j

Special Mixture for Cotton 1539 Guarant'd Analysis ....
S Official Analysis... 9.42


7 .00 ...... ......
6.621 1.03 7.651

S .00 ...... .. ..
!.21 0.3 0 9.71

( 00 ...... ......
5.17 1.16 6.3:!

(. 00 ....... ......



4."1 2.461 7.671

5. ... ... .. ...
5.401 0.20 5.60G

16 00 ... .... .
18.17 0.40 18.57

6;.00 1.00 7.00
5.28 0.91 6.19

5.00 1.00 6.00
4.96 0.86 5.82

4.00 1.00 5.00
2.471 1.08 3.55

6.00 ..... ......
5.s68 1.201 6.88


2.50
2. 39

4.50
1.12

41.00
3.094

3.001
2.1 8



7.00

.1.93




3.00
2.35

4.50
3.35

6.00
4.54

2.00
2.69


4.00 Ocala Fertilizer
4.04 Ocaia, Fla.

8.00 Ocala Fertilizer
7.77 Ocala, FI:

9.00 Ocala Fertilizer
1.13 Ocala, Fla.

(6.00 Ocala Fertilizer
6.91 Ocala, Fla.

8.00 Ocala Fertilizer
7.15 Ocala, Fla.

1.00 Ocala Fertilizer
5.00 Ocala, Fla.

. ....Ocala Fortilizer
..... Ocala, Fla.

5.00 Standard Fertilizer
4.34 Gainesville Fla.

6.00 Standard Fertilizer
7.70 Gainesville, Fla.

6.00 Standard Fertilizer
8.10 Gainesville, Fla.

3.00 Standard Fertilizer
3.97 Gainesvillo, Fla.


Co.,


Co.,


Co.,


Co.,


Co.,


Co., ,


Co.,

Co.,


Co.,


Co.,


Co.,
Co.,











OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910.-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1540 Guarant'd Analysis ..... ...... ..... .
Official Analysis . . ..

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1541 Guarant'd Analysis ... ... .. .... .....
Official Analysis......... ... ............

Prime Cotton Seed Meal.. 1542 Guarant'dAnalysis ...... ...... ...... ......
Official Analysis.. ........... ...... ......

Sea Gull Soluble Guano.. 1543 Guarant'dAnalysis 10.00 .0 2.00 ......
OfficialAnalysis... 12.01 9.16 1.25 10.411

Jumbo Peruvian Guano 1544 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 S.00 2.00 .....
Crop Grower .......... Official Analysis... 12.83 6.53i 5.45 11.98

Formula 44 .............. 1545 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00| 7.00 1.00 ......
Official Analysis... 6.941 7.33 5.24 12.57

Phospho-Alkali with Potas- 1546 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 1.00 ......
sium Nitrates .......... OfficialAnalysis... 7.76 8.771 1.70 10.47


NAME, OR BRAND.


BY WHOI.xM X\N)V'F-
MIANUFACTITRED.


0
ig
PZ'


'I


0




7.50
6.57

4.75
4.23

7.50
6.67

2.00!
1.83]

3.00
2.49

3.101
3.44

2.50
3.19


I
. ... Florida Cotton Oil Co.,
. Jacksonville, Fla.

.. .. Florida Cotton Oil C)o. -i
...... Jacksonville, Fla. W

......Ala. Cotton Oil Co.,
..... i ontgomliery, Ala.

2.00 Va.-('ar. Chemical Co,
2.04! Montgomery, Ala.

3.0 o\a-Car. Chemical Co.,
3.39, Montgome'y, Ala.

3.50 Va.-Car. Chemical Co.,
2.731 Savannah. Ga.

10.00 Va.-Car. Chemical Co.,
8.40 Savannah, Ga.







Goulding's Meal Mixture.. 1547 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Goulding's 16'/c Acid Phos. 1518 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Goulding's Bone Compound 1549 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Goulding's H. G. English 1550 Guarant'd Analysis
Guano ................. Official Analysis...

Favorite Blood. Bone & Pot-11551 Guarant'd Analysis
ash for Vegetables .... Official Analysis..

Sanders' Bean Fertilizer.. 1552 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.. .

Sanders' Corn Fertilizer.. 1553 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


K ainit ................... 1554


Nitrate of Soda........... 1555


Armour's Corn Special.... 1556


Special Mixture (for To- 1557
bacco) .................


Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


10.00
12.06

16.00


16.00
10.78

16.00
10.81.

10.00
7.31

10.00
9.36

10.00
7.S5


10.00
9.48

10.00
11.03


I 10.00
10.30


17.67

'.UI
8.00,


10.00
10.39

8.00
6.91

6.00
7.61

5.00j
4.591







6.00
6.22

7.50
10.90


---~-


2.00 ...... 1.00 1.00 The Goulding Fertz Co.,
0.49 10.79 1.01 1.34 Pensacola, Fla.

2.00 ..... .... ..... T'he Goulding Fertz. Co.,
0.71 18.38 .. ...... Pensacola, Fla.

2.00 ...... 2.001 2.001The Goulding Fertz. Co.,
1.34 10.30 2.17 2.331 Pensacola, Fla.

2.001...... 2.00 2.00 The Goulding Fertz. Co.,
1.21 11.60 2.82 1.741 Pensacola, Fla.

1.00 ..... 5.00 7.001Independent Fertz. Co.,
1.77 8.6 3.731 8.47 Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00 ......l 3.00i 6.UO0 G.W. Sanders Fertz. Co., i
0.6-4 S.251 2.971 6.34 Jacksonville, Fla. '

1.00 ...... 3.00 2.00 G.\. Sanders Fertz. Co.,
2.30 7.S91 2.S9 3.53 Jacksonville, Fla.

... ... .. .. 12.00 G.W. Sanders Fertz. Co.
.... ...... ...... 11.73r Jacksonville, Fla.

.... ...... 17.00 ...... G.W Sanders Fertz. Co.,
.. ...... 18.13 ...... Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00 ...... 3.00 6.00 The Armour Fertz Wks.,
1.40 7.62 3.20 5.66 Jacksonville, Fla.

7.50 ...... 2.00 18.00 The Armour Fertz. Wks.,
6.55 17.451 2.11 16.381 Jacksonville, Fla.










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910.-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.

.
NAME, OR BRAND. o a

.- 5 I



Standard Cotton Fertilizer. 1558 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 8.00 2.00 ......
Official Analysis... 13.63 S.415 3.41 9.8 !

Cotton Seed Meal........ 1559 Guaran'd Analysis ..... ... 2.50
Official Analysis..... ............ I ..... .

Farnmer's Fish cuano ..... 1560 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 10.00! 2.00 ......
Official Analysis.. 13.51j 11.411 2.021 13.4:11

Charles Elis' Cumberland 1561 iuarant'd Analysis 14.00 8.00 1.00 ......
Fertilizer .............. Official Analysis... 9.66 8.28 1 .171 9.45

No. 1 Genuine Peruvian Gu-562 Guarant'd Analysis' ...... 9.00 ...... ......
ano .................... j Official Analysis.. 14.11 7.12: 8.25 15.37
I I 1 I
Genuine Peruvian Guano.. 1563 Guaran'd Analysis ...... .00 ...... ......
I Official Analysis... 7.76 5.68' 7.07 12.75'

Genuine Peruvi:n Guano.. 1564 Guaarani'd Analysis ...... 9. (00 ..... I1
IOfficial Analysis... 12.35 6.961 8.87! 15.S3


0
o

<1

2.00
1.79

7.50
7.98 .

2.001
2.051

2.001
2.30|

5.932
5.30




2.98!
3.1S8


BY WHOMI.\x)WIlERE
MANUFACTURED.


2.0n The Southern Cotton Oil
2.71! Co., Pensacola, Fla.

1.50 Florida Cotton Oil C'.. 4
..... Tallahassee, Fla. a

2.00 Farmers' Fertz. Co.,
2.351 Montgomery, Ala.

2.00 Mutual Fertilizer, Sa-
2.332 vannal, Ga.

2.25 Peruvian Cuano Corpo-
2.565 ration.Charleston. S.C.

2.00i Peruvian Guano Corpo-
2.001 ralion.Charleston S.C

2.00O Poruvian Guano Corpo-
2.111 ration,Charleston, S C.






Second Class Cotton Seedcl 50, GCGarant'd Analysis ........ ... 1 2.25
M eal .................. Official Ainalysis. ... ... ...... ......


I I I I
N o. 3 ................... 5l(i(;|CGuitait'd Aiialysis! S.OU 0 ;0 Il 2.00| .......


Extra Fruit and Vine..... 15i7 Guarant'd Analysis S.0U 6. .....
Official Analysis.. S.35. 6.; 0.1 .67 .

No .. 4 .....S i :Gua.rai.t'd Analvysis 0 S.0', t;.J00 2.00 ......
Official Analysis.. 10.9:', 6. o 0.81 6U.S9

No. 1 .................... 1569 Guarant'd Analysis S.01 5.00 2.00 ......
Official Analysis... 6.53 5.85 0.74 6.5 .

Vegetable Fertilizer ...... 1570 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 (;.00, 2.00 ......
Official Analysis.. 11.0-1 53.2 0.761 6.6S

Special for Corn.......... 1571 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 7.00 ... ......
Official Analysis.. 10.25 7.35 0.70 8.05

Hillman's Special for Vege- 1572 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 ........... 8.00
tables ................. Official Analysis.. 6.93 6.07 3.07 9.14

Carry's Special for Fruit.. 153 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001 6.00 1.00 ......
Official Analysis.. 7.07 6.80 0.48 7.28

Kainit ................... 1574 Guarant'd Analysis ...... ...... ......
Official Analysis......... I...... ...... ......

Gem Vegetable .......... 1575 Guarant'd Analysis 5.00 5.00 3.00 ......
Official Analysis... 8.35 9.49 0.10 9.59


7.00] 1.50|Cuthbert Oil Co., Cutli-
7.0 1 ...... bert, Ga.
I "
*I.Oil; lo. oo Soulhern Fertzilizer Co.,
!. .I 1 Orlando, Fla

2.00 14.00 Souillern Fertilizer Co.,
2.10' 13.8i Orlando, Fla.

3.00 110.110 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
3.09 9.3; Orlando, Fla.

5.001 4.00 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
5. 1b 4.57 Orlando, Fla.

5.00 G6.00 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
4.821 6.11 Oilando, Fla.

3.00 4.50 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
2.83 4.651 Orlando, Fla.

5.00 6.00 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
5.25 6.51 Orlando, Fla.

4.00 12.00 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
3.72 11.09 Oilando, Fla.

12.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
...... 13.51 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 6.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
4.57 7.02 Jacksonville, Fla.









OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910.-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.





H. G. Dried Blood........


Simon Pure No. 2........


H. G. Sulfate of Potash...


Medium Grade Cotton Seed
M eal ..................

Ideal Fruit & Vine Manure


Peruvian Guano Tree
Grower ................

Ideal Vegetable Manure...


0
BY IW 1OM1 N AD WHERE
SM MANUFACTURED.


1576 Guarant'd Analysis ...... ... ..... .. ....... 17.00 ...... 0 Painter Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis......... ... ...... ...... 15.S9 ....... Jacksonvill, Fla.

1577 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00[ 2.00 ...... 4.00' 6.00 E. O. Painte, Fertz. Co.,
OfficialAnalysis... 8.52 7.15 0.82! 7. .7 4..82! 6.9N Jacksonville, Fla.

1578 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 49.00 1E Painter Fertz. Co.
Official Analysis.. ...... ...... I ...... ...... .... I 52.72' Jacksonville, Fla.

1579 Guarant'd Analysis ..... ......... 7.5 1.00 Planters' Oil Co., Al-
Official Analysis.. ................ ....... 7.52 ....... .bany. Ga.

1580 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 0.00 ............ 3.o i 10.00 nS ilsoi & Toomer Fertz.
Official Analysis.. 14.66 (;.201 0.451 6.651 3.10' 9.8 Co, Jaclsonville, Fla.
n.osiI ..0 0 I')
1581 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.0 2.00 ..... 5.00' s.nn Wilson & Tooner Fertz.
Official Analysis.. 9.8| 6.44| 3.311 9.7.51 4.8S' 8.2S I Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.

1582Guarant'd Analysis, S.001 .OO 1.00 ...... 4.00 8.001Wiilson & Toomer Fertz.
SOfficialAnalysis.. 11.811 5.551 1.721 7.271 3.75 9.191 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.






W. & T.'s Special Mixture 1583 Guarant'd Analysis] 8.00] 6.00' 1.00 ....... 5.00 5.nn01Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
No. 1 .................. Official Analysis... 1. l: i. .1 0.61 6.75 5. 25 5.25 Co., Jacksonvile, Fla.
L. G. Sulfate of Potash.... 1584 Guarant'd Analysis ..... .......... ....... ion & Toomer Frz
Official Analysis.. ..... ....... 27.21 Co.: Jacksonville, Fla.
Original Ideal Fertilizer... 1585 Guarant'd Analysis 80 5.0.00 5.00 ...... 4.00 6.nnWilson & Toomer Fertz.
Official Analysis... 7.98I :..81 0.00| 3.3S 5.30 6.441 Co., Jacksonville, Fbi.
H. G. V. C. Tip Top Tomato 1586 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 7.00 1.001...... 4.00 5.00 Va-Car. Chemical C..
Trucker ................ Official Analysis... 3.201 7.11 2.47 9.58 4.771 6.22 Savannah, Ga.
H. G. V. C. Old Dominion 1587 Guarant'd Analvsis 8.00 7.00 1.00 ...... 5.00| S.00Va.-Car. Chemical Ce.
Potato Manure ........ Official Analysis.. 8.2:! 8.21 0.46 8.67 4.96 6.11 Savannah, Ga.
H. G. V. C. Fruit and Vine. 1588 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001 .00 1 .00 ...... 2.501 10.00Va.-Car. Chemical Co ..-
Official Analysis... 8.34! 8.99 0.21 9.20 1.841 9.151 Savannah, Ga.
I rant'd Analysis
H. G. V. C. Champion Citrus 15S9Gurant'd Analsis1.00 6. 1.00 ...... 300 14.00Va.-Car. Chemical Co
Compound .............. Official Analysis... I 2.82! 7.31 0.54 7.5 3.4.] 1:.8S Savannah, Ga.
Orange Fruiter ......... 1590Gnuarant'd Analysis 10.008.001 1.00 ...... 4.001 12.00 TheArmour Fertz.Wks.,
Official Analysis.. 4.821 8.581 0.18 8.76 4.15 11.71 Jacksonville, Fla.
Armour's Practical Trucker 1591iGuarant'd Analysis 10.00 6.00 2.001...... 3.00 10.00 The Armour Fertz. Wrks
!Official Analysis.. 9.49 7.281 0.95 8.23 2.69 8.211 Jacksonville, Fla
Armour's Original Mixturell592!Guarant'd Analysis 10.00] 5.001 1.00 ..... 5.00 5.00OTh. ArmourFertz.Wks.
No. 1 .................. Official Analysis.. 6.95 5.971 0.98.9 51 4.941 5.641 Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams & Clark Orange1593 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 .00 1.001...... 3.501 5.00Am. Agr. Chemical Co.,
Tree ................... OfficialAnalysis...] 6.60] 6.81 1.191 8.00| 4.041 5.801 Jacksonville, Fla.










Ot FICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 191u.-Continued.

I Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.





Cotton Seed Meai........


K ainit ..................


The Ideal Fertilizer ......


W. & T.'s Special Mixture
N o. 1 ..................

Canada Unleached Hard
Wood Ashes ..........

Nitrate of Soda...........


Ideal Fruit & Vine Manure


I 0 0)

u d
03
'5;


, -, rA
0 >; W |
. '3 ,s 3
I~~ 5 i *


1594 Guarant'd Analysis 6.50 ....... 2.00
Official Analysis... ...... ...... ......

1595 Guarant'd Analysis .. .. ...... .. .. ......
Official Analysis......... ...... .. .. ......

1596 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 5.00 1.001......
Official Analysis... 7.04 5.56 0.901 6.46

1597 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 6.00 .00.....
Official Analysis... 7.72 6.21 1.05 7.26

1598 Guaran'td Analysis 12.001 ............ 1.00
Official Analysis.. ....... ..... . .... ....

1599 Guarant'd Analysis 3.00 ...... ...... ......
Official A nalysis... .. .... ...... ......

1600 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 f.00 .. .
IOfficialAnalysis.. 6.23 6.73] 0.141 6.87


7.50
7.84


4.00
4.16

5.00
5.591




17.00
18.17

3.00
3.621


BY WHOMAN,)WIIERE
MANUFACTURED.


1.00 A. A. Smith, Atlanta,
...... Ga.

12.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
13.17 Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 00

6.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
5.48 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
5.99 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
2.94 Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.

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

10.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
10.201 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.










b


Ideal Vegetable Manure... 1601 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Complete Sweet Potato Fer- 1602 Guarant'd Analysis
tilizer ................. Official Analysis...

Mapes Fruit & Vine Manure 1603 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


Mapes Vegetable Manure.. 1604 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


Mapes Orange Tree Manure 1605 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


Orange Tree Grower...... 1606 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Vegetable Special ........ 1607 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Cuke Special ............ 1608 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Celery Special .......... 1609 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...

Orange Producer ........ 1610 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


8.00|
10.94,

10.00
12.258

10.00
11.80|


12.00
11.71


12.00'
11.89


8.00
3.78

10.00
11.19

8.00
9.58

10.00
7.43

8.00
6.58!


2.00 ......
2.72 10.15


2.00 ......
5.38 12.42

1.00 7.00
0.99 8.25

1.00 ......
0.52 6.70

1.00 6.00
0.72 6.35

1.00 ....
0.48 7.11


7.42


10. 67


7.75



8.98


4.00
3.98

2.50
2.61

2.00
2.60


5.00
4.97


4.00
4.14


4.00
4.34

5.00
4.55

5.00
4.90

6.00
6.261

4.50
4.49


8.00]Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
9.00 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

3.50 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.30 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

10.00 The Mapes Formula &
11.24 Peruvian Guano Co.,
New York, N. Y.

4.00 The Mapes Formula &
6.01 Peruvian Guano Co.,
New York, N. Y.

3.00 The Mapes Formula &
4.27 Peruvian Guano Co., c
New York, N. Y.

5.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
6.50 Tampa. Fla.

5.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co..
5.97! Tampa, Fla.

8.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
9.11 Tampa. Fla.

7.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.
8.16 Tampa, Fla.

15.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
14.54 Tampa, Fla.










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910.-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.





o B
> S '


NAME, OR BRAND.


SBY W\VIOM A1) WHERE
M AXNUFACTURED.

C


Fruit and Vine........... 1611[Guarant'd Anailysis 10.001 6.0 1.00 7.00 3.00 10.00 The CGlf Fertilizer Co..
|OfficialAnalysis...] 4.29 3.07 3.321 6.88 3.28 9. 83 Tampi, Fla.

/1
b,







DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.


i. .i. l Io.L Sa;LIte Chemist. SP
Samll)lC Taken



NAME, OR BRAND.



Barley Mixed Oats .................
Barley Mixed Oats..................
Rice Bran ........................
Kornfalfa Feed ....................
Mixed Grain (Oats), No. 6783.......
Mixed Grain (Oats), No. 13670......
Ground Corn Ear...................
Feed No. 1.........................
Feed No. 2.........................
Corn Shucks .......................
M ixed Oats ........................
B ran ............................
Velvet Beans .....................
Perfection Feed ....................
Corn "3-D." Grains .................
Schumacher Special Horse Feed.....
Econom y Feed .....................
Wheat Middlings ..................


FEEDING STIFF SECTION.
ECiAL FEEDING STI IF ANALYSES, 110.. E. P'c'K GEiNE, Asl. C(liniisl.
by 1'urchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved Ma;y 24. 1!05.


121 9.3411.4563.14 .01


S123 12.13 11.76 56.92 285


124 8.52 11.30 57.78 3.50
125 7.87 11.50 60.413 3.57

126 11.382 7.72 65.95 2.77
S1271 9.3110.8462.42 3.62


128 11.10 12.37 59.84 4.801
. 129 3 12.13 2.28 56.92 0.57
123 98.77112.32 57.72 3.70
S125 7.70 11.50 60.46 3.57
12 711.38 1.720415.95 2.77
127 11.55 12.864 62.42 3.62
128 11.10|12.37 59.S4 4.801
129 32.SdJ 2.28 52.G1 0.57
130; 9.77.12.32158.72 4.37
d 1311 9.70 15.80154.611 3.45
132 7.38 19.04155.07 5.23
133 10.05H12.64 61.7- 3.04
134 10.95 31.59 39.11 8.68
135 8.60 9.65 64.701 3.27
136 10.83 10.31 62.241 3.29
137 7.14 18.21151.oa1 5.95


BY WI1OM SENT.


2.97 Ganahl & Saussy, Jacksonville, Fla.
3.34 Bonacker Bros., Pensacola. Fla.
9.501E. Barksdale, Tampa, Fla.
3.37 Peninsular Naval Stores Co., Tampa, Fla.
3.25 Lewis Bear Co., Pensacola, Fla.
3.30 Lewis Bear Co., Pensacola, Fla.
1.50 R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
1.85 R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
2.22 R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
1.67 R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
3.15 Lewis Bear Co., Pensacola, Fla.
6.6711. Wolff, Pensacola, Fla.
3.391C. A. Williams, Alachua, Fla.
2.37 R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
1.S5 John C. Evans. Gainesville, Fla.
2.75|William F. .arck. Tampa, Fla.
1.971R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
5.30'C. E. Pleas. Chipley, Fla.











SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


NAME OR BRAND. o S



Oats ................................ 138 11.78 10.71 57.16] 3 .
Beggarweed Hay .................... 139 24.07121.63135.081 4.
Giant M illet ........................ 140 2.28 11.55 67.59 5.:
Pure W heat Bran .................. 141 .76 14.48 53.56 3.
Corn and Oat Feed .................. 1 142 7.22 9.76 64.30 5.1
Wheat Bran ................... .... 143 10.37 13.38 57.281 2.
Feed N o. 1............. ............. 141 6.28 12.11 64.86 3.1

Feed No. 2 .......................... 1-15 6.13 9.74 67.60 3.:

Feed N o. 1.......................... 14 24.20 11 1.72 2.
Feed No. 2 ......................... 147127.071 6. 10|50.05 2.
Maiden Cane Hay .................. 148 32.;G6 S.49!3.15 1.'
Kudzu Hay. ......... .. .... ......... 149 37.81119.82 27. 1 1.


BY WHOM SENT.


57
34
15 1
531


471

341

07
07|
25i
:6


3.03 A. S. Carr, Wilma, Fla.
3.94 P. H. Fellows, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
1.32 W. E. Jaques, Jacksonville, Fla.
6.84N. C. Bryan. Kissimmee, Fla.
2.65[The Lewis Bear Co.. Pensacola, Fla.
6.58 W. I. Vason, Tallahassee, Fla.
3.78 WValton Land and Timber Co. DePFunink
Springs, Fla.
3.99 Walton Land and Timber Co., DeFunia;
Springs, Fla.
5.48 R. F. Howard. Tallahassee, Fla.
4.261R. F. Howard, Tallahassee, Fla.
5.1(8G. C. Allen, Beachtown, Ga.
:3.S5 C. E. Pl'-as. Chinlev, Fia.










R. E. ROSE, St


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.

FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
ate Chemist. OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES. 1910. E. PECK GREENE,


Asst. Chemist.


Samples Taken by State Chemist and State Inspector Under Sections


1, 2 and 13, Act Approved May 24, 1905.


NAME, OR BRAND.


:0)
CI)


Fancy Shorts ........... 901 Guarant'd Analysis 7.351 16.03 59.52
Official Analysis... 7.4S 17.59 56.46

Pine Leaf Middlings...... 902 Guarant'd Analysis 6.10 15.75 57.95
Official Analysis... 6.03 17.55 57.991

Middlings ................ 903Guarantd Analysis 5.00 16.00 57.00
:Official Analysis... 5.181 17.81 58.90

Pure Wheat Middlings.... 904 Guarant'd Analysis 4.58 16.04! 62.48
Official Analysis... 5.021 17.90 56.65

Heavy Draught Feed..... 905 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 10.35 64.431
Official Analysis.. 5.57) 10.71 66.641

"Purity" Bran .......... 9 90f CG ;iraint'd Anailsis] .. 14.00, 54. 00
S Official Analysis...| 7.S11 1i .C01 57.07n


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.


4"


4.32 ...... Phoenix Flour Mill, Evansville,
4.24 4.21 Ind.

4.20 4.10 Cairo Milling Co., Cairo, Ill.
4.46 3.53

4.50......H. C. Cole Milling Co., Ches-
4.21 3.66 ter, Ill.

4.17 ...... The Dunlop Milling Co., Clarks-
5.16 4.31 ville, Tenn.

3.42 ...... United Grocery Co., Jackson-
2.68 2.19 ville, Fla.

3.50 ..(Cairo Milling Co.. Cairo, Ill.
3.78; 6.261









OFFICIAL FEEDING


NAME, OR BRAND.



Victor Feed .............. 907 Guaranitd Analysis
Official Analysis...I

Purina Feed ............. 908 Guarant'd Analysis]
Official Analysis.. .

Pure Wheat Shorts ......... 909 Guarantd AnalysisI
Oc ial Analysis...

Star Middlings .......... 910Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis.. I

Barley Mixed Oats ........ 911 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis...
Protena Feed ............ 912 Guarantd Analyis
Official Analysis...

Lillie Bran .............I 913 Guarant'd Annlysisl
Official Analysis...

Schumacher Scratch i n g 914 Guarant'd Analysis
Grains ................. I Official Analysis...


]


1010-Continued.


N


AME AND ADDRESS OF
\iATTNUFACTTI ERF


STUFF ANALYSES.







12.00 7.50' 2.001
10.13 10.0o l G33.421

8.90I 12.50 58.00
11.191 12.02 57.53

6.00; 1r.00 IS.0
5.88 15..5 .s.42

S.00 15.0 5.4.00
8.61 16.32 55.10oj


9.351 11.27 C2.86

9.70? 12.00 ;7.00
12.911 11.271 59.91

8.50 15.00. 50.50
8.84! 15.01 57.121

4.50 10.501 64.00!
2.84 9.751 70.98


3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats, Co., Chicago,
3.27 3.50 Ill.

4.00 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
4.75 3.791 Mo.

4.00 ..... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Tenn. ,
3.64 3.68

4.00 ...... Star & Crescent Milling Co.,
4.53 4.80 Chicago, Ill.

. ...... Atlantic & Gulf Grocery Co.,
2.991 2.86 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.80 ......Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
3.0 3.17 Mo.

4.00 :... Lilie Mill Co., Franklin. Tenn.
3.11 5.77i

3.001...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.191 2.001 Ill.








Stalolife Feed ...........


Nutriline ................


Vim Horse Feed..........


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


Cotton Seed Meal........


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


Globe Gluten Feed........


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


Protena .................


Pure Wheat Middlings....


Sugaration Stock Feed....


915 Guarant'd Analysis 12.75
Official Analysis... 12.99

916 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001
Official Analysis... 8.441
I
917 Guarant'd Analysis 10.50
Official Analysis... 10.10

918 Guarant'd Analysis .....
Official Analysis... 10.98

919 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 6.751

920 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... S.16|

921 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 8.231
1
922 Guarant'd Analysis 12.751
Official Analysis... 14.051

923 Guarant'd Analysis 9.70
Official Analysis... 10.70

924 Guarant'd Analysis 6.12
Official Analysis... 4.65

925 Guarant'd Analysis 11.00
SOfficial Analysis... 8.06


11.00 53.00
10.6G 55.45

12.00' 58.00
13.51 56.08

10.00 60.00
10.71 61.75!

38.62 ......
32.80 35.14

38.62 ......
39.26 31.35

38.62 ... .
37.29 33.411

24.00 51.001
26.32 51.48

11.00 53.00
11.97 52.36

32.00 57.001
11.58 59.10

15.00 56.00
17.55 57.33

11.65 64.40
10.441 66.85


6.00 ...... Lawrence & Hamilton Feed
4.72 5.60 Co., New Orleans, La.

3.50 ...... Nutriline Milling Co., Crowley,
4.00 7.22 La.

3.75 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
1.54 4.09 111.

...... ..... Georgia Cotton Oil Co., Macon,
6.49 5.51 Ga.

............ Grovania Fertilizer & Oil Co.,
8.75 6.04r Grovania, Ga.

...... ...... Vienna Cotton Oil Co., Vienna,
6.98 5.941 Ga.

2.50 ...... ICorn Products Refining Co.,
2.15 3.121 New York, N. Y.

6.00 ... Lawrence & Hamilton Feed Co.,
3.98 8.42I New Orleans, La.

3.80 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
4.30 3.72 Mo.

6.40 ...... Maney Milling Co., Omaha,
4.64 4.45 Neb.

4.00 ...... Inter-State Milling Co., Mem-
3.05 4.01 phis, Tenn.









OFFICIAL FE'ED[NG STUFF ANALYSES, 1910-(Contimled.


NAME, OR BRAND. 1NA7-ME AND ADDRESS OF
S MANUFACTURER.



Sucrene Dairy Feed...... 926GGuarant'd Analysis 12.00 16.50 46.00 3.50 ...... American Milling Co., Owens-
Official Analysis... 10.81 17.291 49.83 2.81 9.76 boro, Ky.

Barley Mixed Oats........ 927 Guarant'd Analysis 11.001 10.00 40.00 3.00 ...... R. R. Detre, Philadelpha, Pa.
Official Analysis... 13.321 10.531 58.61 3.51 3.42

Forest City Feed Meal.... 928 Guarant'd Analysis ......l 23.00 30.00' 4.00 .....Th Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
Official Analysis.. 18.731 23. 85 38.38 6.25 4.69 Savannah, Ga.

Sugaration Stock Fccd .... 9291Guarant'd Analysis 11.00 11.65 64.40 4.00 ...... Inter-State Milling Co., Mem-
Official Analysis... 10.58 17.29 51.68 3.50 5.12 phis, Tenn.

Pure Wheat Middlings.... 930 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 16.001 40.00 5.00 ...... Taylor-Greer Grain Co., Mem-
Official Analysis... 7.73 17.06 54.74 4.60 4.42 phis, Tenn.

Star Middlings ........... 931 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 15.00 54.00 4.00 ......Star & Crescent Milling Co.,
Official Analysis... 6.85 16.271 56.12 4.621 4.27 Chicago, Ill.

Bran and Shorts ........ 932 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001 14.50 58.62| 4.00 ...... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta,
Official Analysis... 5.791 15.001 58.95 4.17 4.62 Ga.

Alfalfa Meal ............. 9331Guarant'd Analysis ...... ..... ...... ...... .... Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co..
| Official Analysis...! 31.101 10.48 37.38! 1.101 6.77 Kansas City. Mo.








Cotton Seed Meal .......


Mill Feed Compound......


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


Ceralfa Stock Feed........


Sucrene Horse & Mule Feed


Cremo Brand, Second Classi
Cotton Seed Meal.......

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


Prime Cotton Seed Meal..


Cotton Seed Meal ....... I


Pure Wheat Shipstuff.....


Cotton Seed Feed Meal....


934 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis...! 10.401

935 Guarant'd Analysis 9.501
Official Analysis... 4.771

936 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 8.65[

937 Guarant'd Analysis 11.501
Official Analysis... 11.60|

938 Guarant'd AnalysisI 12.00
Official Analysis... 10.45|

939 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 22.151

940 Guarant'd Analysis ......
'Official Analysis... 19.72

941 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 11.751

942 Guarant'd Analysis ......
i0fficial Analysis...! 8.201
I 1
943 Guarant'd Analysis 6.05!
Official Analysis... 3.301

944|Guaiant'd Analysis 28.001
|Official Analysis... 19.051


38.521 ........ .... IFlorida Cotton Oil Co., Jackson-
33.87! 33.31 8.55 5.22 ville, Fla.

13.00 58.2 4.00 ...... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta,
13.43! G3.79, 3.15 3.96 Ga.

38.521 ..... ...... ...... Florida Cotton Oil Co., Talla-
37.21 31.471 8.20 5.87 hasse, Fla.

13.00 55.00 4.00 ...... J. B. Edgar Grain Co., Mem-
13.12i 53.30 2.98 4.04 phis, Tenn.

10.001 50.00 3.501...... American Milling Co., Chicago,
8.00 63.41 2.14 5.451 Ill.

20.00 30.00 5.001...... Tennessee Fiber Co., Memphis, o
20.84 3S.S51 4.50 3.75 Tenn.

25.00 ...... ..... ... ... Florida Cotton Oil Co., Talla-
21.41 38.23 6.10 4.67 hassee, Fla.
I I
8. 21 ..... ....... ..... .Alabama Cotton Oil Co., Mont-
34.40 32.44 6.701 5.75i gomcry, Ala.

38.62 ... ...... ...... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
37.00 30.341 8.271 5.821 Pensacola, Fla.
i 5 I !
S1.33 56.22! 5.92 ...... Home -liill & Grain Co., Mount
17.31 57.371 4.67 7.021 Vernon, Ind.

25.001 53.001 5.001 .......T. Lind-ay Wells Co., Memphis,
22.091 39.38 5.49 4.07| Tenn.













NAME, OR BRAND.



Standard Middlings .....


Pure Wheat Middlings...


Alfalfa Meal ............


Boss Chop Feed ........


Corno Horse and Mule Fee(


Pure Wheat Bran .......


Barley Mixed Oats .......


Boss Chop Feed ........


OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1910--Continued.


Sc. A.\ AME AND ADDRESS OF
SI g 3 MANUFACTURERS.

II I i 5

S945 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 4.5 0 4 ...... Washburn-Crosby Co., Minneap-
Official Analysis... 7.03 15. 03 57.09 5.28 4.50 olis, Minn.

S946 Guarant'd Analysis 5.181 17.111 58.18 4.41 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co., St.
Official Analysis... 4.95 10.98S 57.6S 5.00 3.72 Louis, Mo.

947 Guarant'd Analysis 35.00; 8.00 32.00 ...... ...... Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co.
Official Analysis... 33.07 10.141 38.07 1.82 5.05 Kansas City. Mo.

948 Gan.' Analysi 11.00 8.50 00.30 3.501...... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
OfficialAnal: sis... 8.15 T.7S! 04.75 4.65 3.53 Chicago, Ill.

d 949Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.00 5S.501 3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Co. St. Louis.
Official Analysis... 12.50 10.09 5;.84 3.77 3.85 Mo.

950 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 14.00] 5,.501 4.25 ...... Nelson Grain 'o., Kansas City,
Official Analysis .. 7.791 10.006 50.G5 4.031 6.47 Mo.

9 31! naanltd Analysis 11.00 `.00l! 40.001 3.00 ..... .L. F. Miller & Sons, Philadel-
Official Analysis... 9.70; S.7S G6 .47 3.60 4.30 phia, Pa.

.952 Guarant'd Analysis 11.001 .50 60.00 3.50 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co,
Official Analysis... 13.22' .5 ,; C(0.821 4.001 3.72: Chicago. Ill.


c








Blood M eal .............


"Purity" Bran ...........


Poultry Feed .............


Cotton Seed Meal ........


Corno Horse and Mule Feed


Choice Bran .............


Pure Wheat Bran and
Shorts .................

Corno Ox Feed ..........


Pure Wheat Bran ........


Sea Island Cotton Seed
M eal ..................

Cotton Seed Meal ........


953 Guarant'd Analysis] 1.501
Official Analysis... 2.60i

95, iGuarant'd \An~lysis ......
Official Analysis... 7.63

95 5Guarant'd Analy:sis 0 4.00
Ofnilial Analysi. .. 4.49

93G Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 10.761

9571 Caraii'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 12.08

95SGuarant'd Analysis 9.501
Official Analn is... 1 9.43

959 Guarant'dAnalysis 7.65
Official Analysis... 7.76

960 Guarant'd Anilysis 14.00
Official Analysi. .. 10.47

961 Guarant'd Analysis 9.50
Official Analysis. .. 9.161

9621Guarant'd Analysi| ......
Official Analysis. .. 18.651

963 Guarant'd Analysis .....
Official Analyis.... 10.951


80.00 ...... ...... ...... The Armour Fertilizer Works,
s3.2' 1 .70: ...... 2.S7 Jacksonville, Fla.

.10 54. ii 4.0 ...... Cairo Milling Co., Cairo, Ill.
15.91 51.291 4.75 5.82

11.00 C"n00 3.(;) ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
'l G19 C.29 3.95 1.M m4 .

3.62. .... ...... ..... .Georgia Cotton Oil Co., Macon
37.82 ;0.00| 7.97 5.80S Ga.

10.00 S.5() 3.50i ...... The Corno Mills Co., St. Louis,
10.57 57.3; 4.30 4.04 Mo.

11.95| 53.291 5.25: ...... IHecker-Jones-Jewell Milling
35.93 52.131 4.5,' 5.85 Co., New York, N. Y.

11.75 51.50 4.50' 4.75 Barrett, Denton & Lynn Co.,
11.17 52.34 4.17 5.49 Dalton, Ga.

10.00 5S.00 3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Co., St. Louis,
S.7S 5G.354 3.55j 3.88 Mo.

14.5500.001 4.00 ....... Alabama Corn Mills Co., Mo-
15.ti 52.C:5 4.64 6.20 bile. Ala.

24.20............ ..... Sea Island Cotton Oil Co.,
22.29,! 40.79 4.55 4.62 Charleston, S. C.

3S GS .......... ...... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
38.26 27.41 9.641 5.60' Savannah, Ga.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.



Choice Bran ..............


*Wheat Shorts ...........


H. Middlings .............


Hammond Dairy Feed ....


M ill Feed ................


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


Ballard's Shipstuff .......


Dried Molasses Beet Pulp. .


I E



964 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

965 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

966 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

967 Guarant'd Analysis;
Official Analysis... I

968 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

969 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

970 Guarnnt'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

971 Guarant'd Analysis!
Official Analysis...


9.50
8.69

7.50
5.071

8.05
8.82

11.00
12.13

4.431
8.501

11.00
10.00i

5.831
5.051

20.00;
19.371


d







12.75
14. 5:3

17. "S
IS. 4 .
17.00
17.37

12.3S
12.901

0) !
S.21!

17.37,
11.: 23,


9.071


a



53.25
53.87

G2. 00
61.021

52.921
51.59

50.00
48.12

65.39
59.08

C0.00
Cl4.04

46.581
59.63i
00,. 001
5S.CS8


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.



5.35 ...... Hecker- Jones- Jewell Milling
4.01 5.98 Co., New York, N. Y.

4.35 ...... Dahnke- Walker Milling Co.,
4.81 3.35 Union City, Tenn.

6.05 ...... Hecker- Jones- Jewell Milling
5.82 5.02 Co., New York, N. Y. ls

3.00 ...... Western Grair Products Co.,
4.50 6.341 Hammond, Ind.

4.32 ...... Riverside Milling and Power
3.45 5.00 Co., Cartersville, Ga.

3.50 ..... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
4.56 3.77 Chicago, Ill.

4.41 ..... Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
3.70' 4.10 ville, Ky.

0.501 ...... The Larrowe Milling Co., De-
0.30] 2.691 troit, Mich.







Pure Wheat Middlings ....


Choice Bran .............


Excelsior Chop Feed .....


Thoroughbred Feed ......


Durham Brand Cotton
Seed Meal .............

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


Bran and Shorts ........


Pure Winter Wheat Mid-
dlings ................

Daisy Dairy Feed ........


Middlings ..............


Pure Wheat Shorts .......


972 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

973 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

974 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

975 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

97GGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis ..

977 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis..

978 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

979 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

980 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

981 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

982 Guarant'd Analysis
|Official Analysis...


6.00
5.58

9.50
10.32

11.00
10.72

6.56
6.13


17.56

8.90
9.75

8.00
6.13

4.20
5.05

12.00
12.80

3.85
4.90

6.42
4.46


16.041 62.481
16.09 63.981

14.95 53.251
16.56 50.52

8.00. G60.00
8.12 60.93|

15.05 59.9S
16.54 57.73

25.75 ...... .
25.71 36.85

12.50 58.00
11.41 58.88

14.50 58.62
16.72 57.58

16.00 56.00
16.67 58.47

15.00 50.00
15.57 49.62

16.12 57.38
16.67 59.27

16.00 48.100
19.92 55.98


4.17 ...... The Dunlop Milling Co.,
4.30 4.15 Clarksville, Tenn.

5.35 ...... Hecker -Jones Jewell Milling
4.74 5.89 Co., New York, N. Y.

3.50 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
3.00 3.10 Chicago, Ill

3.34 ...... Lexington Roller Mills Co.,
3.30 5.45 Lexington, Ky.

..... .... Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jackson-
5.51 4.55 ville, Fla.

4.00 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
4.12 3.30 Mo. -s

4.001...... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta,
4.12 4.80 Ga.

4.20 ...... Edwardsville Milling Co., Ed-
4.821 4.09 wardsviile, Ill.

3.00 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
2.55 6.92 Chicago, Ill.

6.05 ...... Charleston Milling Co., Charles-
4.05 4.01 ton, Mo.

4.00 ...... Alabama Coin Mills Co., Mo-
3.571 3.88| bile, Ala.








OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NoM O MANUFACTURERS.



Wheat Middlings ......... 983 Guarant'd Analysis 2.65 15.27 64.18 3.38 Cairo Milling Co., Cairo, Ill.
OfficialAnalysis... 1.65 14.92 68.25 2.25 2.12

Pure Wheat Bran ........ 984 Guarant'd Analysis 11.04 14.97 52.03 3.50 6.72 Millstadt Milling Co., Mill-
OfficialAnalysis... 11.08 14.92 53.10 3.24 6.96 stadt, Ill.

Globe Gluten Feed ......... 985 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 24.00 51.00 2.50 ...... Corn Products Refining Co.,
|Official Analysis... 8.71 25.52 52.23 2.41 1.99 New York.

Protena Dairy Feed ...... 986 Guarant'd Analysis 16.00 20.00 48.00 3.50 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
Official Analysis... 16.151 19.04 45.11 4.63 5.32 Mo.

Wheat Bran ............. 987 Guarant'd Analysis 8.45 14.50 54.16 3.75 Texas Star Flour Mills, Gal-
OfficialAnalysis... 7.93] 17.11 54.47 3.35 6.20 veston, Texas.

Dark Cotton Seed Meal... 988 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 23.17 ...... ........... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
OfficialAnalysis... 16.98 23.34 38.08 6.52 5.56 Charleston, S. C.

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 989 Guarant'd Analysis 7.00 38.62 24.00 9.00 ...... J. Lindsay Wells Co., Memphis,
Official Analysis... 10.44 39.09 28.73 8.89 4.89 Tenn.

Cracker Mule Feed....... 990 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.00 58.00 3.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
OfficialAnalysis... 12.60 11.32 58.98 2.00 3.62 Ill.








Wheat Middlings ........ 991 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Choice Bran ............. 992 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analyiis.. .

Pine Leaf Middlings...... 993 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis...
ure Wheat Bran .......... 994Guarant'd Analysis
IOfficial Analysis...

Wheat Middlings .F .... 9951Guarant'd Analysisi
]Official Analysis...
Sucrene Dairy Feed...... 996|Guarant'd Analysisl
I Official Analysis...
Pure Wheat Middlings .... 997IGuarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...|

Ground Corn and Oats.... 99S Guarant'd AnalysisI
Official Analysis... I

Maizefalfa Feed .......... 999 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis... I
Purina Feed ............. 1000 Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...
Creamo Dairy Feed...... 1001 Guarant'd Analysis!
I Official Analysis...


8.001 17.00
10.52 16.85

9.50 14.95
11.27 14.4S

6.10 15.75
6.03 17.25

9.501 14.50
10.60 14.92

8.001 17.001
10.861 17.201

12.001 16.50
8.60| 17.81

7.001 16.00!
10.001 16.351

5.801 10.75|
4.651 10.751

11.00 10.00
11.35 10.441

8.901 12.501
9.921 11.671

19.50; 14.50.
24.831 14.351


50.00
49.05

53.25
51.90

57.95
55.56

50.00
51.66

50.001
48.041

46.00
49.8 i

56.00
52.90

65.001
64.701

i0.00
59.S11

58S.00
59.52!

45.00
41.651


5.00 ...... IW. A. Coombs Milling Co., Cold
4.98 5.00 Water, Mich.

5.35 ...... Hecker- Jones -Jewell Milling
4.50 6.22 Co., New Yor k.

4.20 4.10 Cairo Miling Co., Cairo, Ill.
4.45 5.14

4.00 ...... Liberty Mills. Nashville, Tenn.
3.77 6.82

5.00]...... W. A. Coombs Milling Co., Cold
5.211 5.42 Water, Mich.

3.50 ...... American Milling Co., Chicago, c
3.60 9.11 ill.

4.00 ... National Feed Co., St. Louis,
4.93 4.67 Mo.
I I
5.15 ....... Baker & Holmes Co., Jackson-
5.631 2.30| ville, Fla.

4.00 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co.,
4.151 3.90 Chicago, Ill.

4.00 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis
4.451 3.03| Mo.

5.001 ...... The Corno Mills Co., St. Louis,
4.02| 5.051 Mo.








OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1910-Continued.

0
NAME, OR BRAND. S
0 0.
1= Z' al )
i>- ,I ( i j i

ifolife Feed ........... 1002 Guarant'd Analysis 12.75 11.00 53.00 6.00 ...... La
Official Analysis... 15.48 10.27 49.15 5.42 9.32

tton Seed Meal......... 1003 Guarant'd Analysis ......38.52................ Fl
Official Analysis... 11.081 37.64 28.32 7.50 5.39

celsior Chop Feed...... 1004 Guarant'd Analysis 11.00 6.00 60.00 3.50 ...... T
OfficialAnalysis... 9.85 8.34 62.17 5.06 3.02

re Wheat Middlings .... 1005 Guarant'd Analysis 7.00 16.00 56.00 4.00 ...... N
OfficialAnalysis... 10.89 17.11 49.28 5.36 4.52

re Wheat Bran......... 1006 Guarant'd Analysis 9.50 14.50 54.00 5.00 ...... T
Official Analysis... 8.211 14.65 53.49 4.03 6.13

tton Seed Meal........ 1007 Guarant'dAnalysis ...... 3862 ..... ...... .... M
Official Analysis... 10.52 38.79 24.38 7.95 8.23

tton Seed Meal........ 1008 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38.62 ................ C
OfficialAnalysis... 13.87 38.17 24.38 7.08/ 5.62

rham Brand, C. S. M... 1009 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 25.75 ...... ...... ..... Fl
Official Analysis... 21.04 25.27 26.838.05 292


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.



Lwrence & Hamilton Co.,
New Orleans, La.

orida Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

he Great Western Cereal Co., e
Chicago, Ill. -

ational Feed Co., St. Louis,
Mo.

ennessee Mill Co., Estill
Springs, Tenn.

ontezuma Mfg. Co., Monte-
zuma, Ga.

amilla Cotton Oil and Fertili-
zer Co., Camilla, Ga.

lorida Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.


Sta


Co


Ex


Pu


Pu


Co


Co


Du







"Arab" Horse Feed...... 1010 Guarant'd Analysis 15.00
Official Analysis... 11.73

SStar Middlings .......... 1011 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
I Official Analysis... 8.321

Action Horse Feed........ 1012 Guarant'd Analysis ......
j Official Analysis... 18.901

Wheat 'Middlings ........ 101o3 Guarant'd Analysis 8.50S
Official Analysis... 8.251

Pure Wheat Middlings.... 1014 Guarant'd Analysis 5.18
Official Analysis... 4.9S8

Peck's Mule Feed........ 1015 Guarant'd Analysis 11.901
Official Analysis.. 14.05j

Blue Ribbon Feed........ 1016 Guarant'd Analysis 10.501
Official Analysis... 10.91|

Wheat Bran ............. 1017 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00'
Official Analysis... 7.651

Pure Wheat Bran........ 1018 Guarant'd Analysis 9.501
Official Analysis... 8.021

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1019 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis... 11.761

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1020 Guarant'd Analysis......
Official Analysis.. 14.17


9.00 59.001 2.00 ......M. C. Peters Mill Co., Omaha,
10.271 69.681 2.38 4.521 Neb.

15.00 54.00 4.001 ...... Star and Crescent Milling Co.,
16.50 55.80 5.541 2.47 uhicago, Ill.

11.50 53.60 4.20 ...... Commonwealth Feed Mills Co.,
14.92 47.591 3.02 4.65 St. Louis, Mo.

14.501 45.001 5.10 5.50 Hubbard Milling Co., Mankato,
15.091 53.831 5.88 5.73 Minn.
II I
17.111 58.181 4.41...... George P. Plant Milling Co.,
17.02 59.06 4.65 3.13 St. Louis, Mo.

10.001 57.00 3.80 ..... Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis, ,
11.351 51.31 4.36 8.25 Mo.

9.75 62.00 3.75 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
9.96 61.70 2.58 4.10 Ill.

14.85 54.60 3.58 ...... Yates & Donelson Co., Mem-
14.92 56.60; 3.87 5.21 phis, Tenn.

14.50 52.001 4.00 ...... J. Allen Smith Co., Knoxville,
14.651 53.9 3.89 6.53 Tenn.

38.62 ...... ...... ..... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
38.00 28.77 6.25 5.40 Selma, Ala.

38.62 ................... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
40.451 20.85 7.99 6.15 Pensacola, Fla.









I~'F!c'I.\I, l'l.:li IN(; STI 'l'F AN.\LYSIS. 1010 n--Continued.


o5
NAME, OR BRAND. S
o s



Schumacher Special Horse 1021 unarant'd Analysis] S.0
Feed .................. .. Official Analysis.. 7.661

Choice Bran ............. 1022 Guarant'd Analysis 9.501
| Official Analysis.. 11.341

Corno Horse & Mule Feed 102: ,Guarant'd Analysis 12.n0
Official Analysis... 11.31

Hammond Dairy Feed.... 1024 Guarant'd Analysis 11.00
Official Analysis.. 12.231

Wheat Bran ............ 1025 Guarant'd Analysis 10.50
S Official Analysis.. .1 8.701

U-N-I. Feed, "A" Grade .... 1026 Guarant'd Analysis 14.40!
I Official Analysis... 1.1.851
TI I I
Ship Stuff ............... 110271Guarant'd Analysisl 7.001
| Official Analysis.. 6.981

Purina Feed ............. 10281Guarant'd Analysisl 8.901
S Official Analysis... i 1 .!5


-c

"sr

C1


1
9.25|
9.39

14.951
15.01/

11. 00;
10.27

17.00
17.50

14.00]
14.391

13.03
12.461

14.501
14.651

12.501
12.55


64.501
66.921

53.25
51.21]

58.501
59.74{

50.001
47.191

55.001
55.661

53.47
48.971

54.001
57.431

58.00(
56.10i


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MAN SUI ACCT lI ERS.


.J -


3.25 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.701 2.641 Il.

5.35 ...... Hecker- Jones -Jewell Milling
3.02 5.53' Co., N-w York.

3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Co. St. Louis.
3.05' 3.66' Mo. C-

3.n0!...... Western Grain Products Co.,
2.9P] 8.08 Hammond Ind.
I 1
3.95|...... IDahnke-Walker Milling Co.,
3.71! 5.871 Union City, Tenn.

2.15 ...... United Grocery Co., Jackson-
2.821 8.751 ville, Fla.

4.00 ...... The Dunlop Mills, Richmond,
4.181 4.521 Va.
I I
4.001 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
3.11i 4.37] Mo.









Pure Wheat Bran......... 11029|Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


SOlicial Analysis.. .

U-N-1. Dairy Fil ........ 103 jGuarcanitd \Anao sis
Official Ainalysis..

Cottxn Seed AI1,al ..... .1032 IGualrant'd An. lysis
Official Analysis.. "

Victor Feed ..............1 103:! iuaranit' d iAnal sis
Offici;! Analy>is..

HeaMvy Draunlia lFee ..... 10 lOa-!lGrant'd AnaIlysisl
Official Analydis.. .

l -N-I. Scratch Foeod....... l1035 Guaranid .Analysisi
Official Analysis....

u'iie \\heat Bran ...... .. 816 'GGuaranC'd Anialsis
Official Analysis...

SM. MSiddlings ............. ':37 Giirant'd Ana:lysis
Official Analysis. .

Wheat Feed ............. .l3Th Guaraintd Analy sis
Official Analysis ...

1I. Middling ............ 10:39 liunrant'd Analysisx
I Official Analysis.. x


9.50|
10.161

7.26

6i .S









1 n. 71,
11.




4.501










6.05
6i.0 05


14.50 54.00
14.74 52.729


1 3 6 > .-57.12

21.54 17.811
21 51 I .
20.71 1 5 1 1;


7 1
:8; .6 ...... l .



1 0. 71 M: 71



17.29 l 1. 1 1

I
I .:1 t 5 01
11.27 1 9:1. i'

1 S 5. 1 1i.50'


15.:16 5N.9 A

17.r1 54.44
17.29 55.6;4

15,. l10, 5S .O0


17.81 54.41
13.15 58.49


5.00 ...... Tennessee Mill Co., Estill
3.13 6.32 Springs, Tenn.

4.55i ...... ILillie Mill Co., Franklin,
::.:14 1.61i T nn.

:.!S .... .Uniitd (Grocery Co.. Jack on-
I.Nss .1 x villi. Ila.

... ...... MontezuiIm Mal:Iufaclt ring Co..
S.4'0I 5. 5 lMonte znia. (Ca.

:1.00 ...... iThe Quaker Oatls, (o. Chica go,
:1. 5 7 1 : ,, 111.

:1.42 ...... ..Tnit ed (rc lvery Co. Jackson-
1.21 4.17, ville, Flc.

:..5I ...... i nitcd (iGr(oc.' Co.. .ackson-
S. 11 1.55 ville l'a.

1.5I ...... City Mill ;ad (Gruin Co.. Coluu-
:1.77 6.17' i;.! Tlle n.

;.40 4.55 Hcker-J.one i.Jweli] Millinm
.00,L 2 1.:12 Co., Nw Y tok.
I I

4.m1i ...... .tk nia M killing Co., Atlanta.
:. -7 1. 1. Ga.

;. 40 I. 55llecker- Jones Jewell Milling
;3.,,2 -I .OS Co.. New Yoilr:.







OFFICIAL FIEDI:)N( STLEFF ANALYSES. 191)0-Continued.


.d Q NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. MANUFACTURERS.
Q ~ MANUFACTURERS.
O.ca : I C i c s a go

Boss Feed .............. 1040 Guarant'd Analysis 11.00 S. UV 60.00 3.501...... The Great Western Cereal Co,
OfficialAnalysis... 11.62 S.30 61.56 4.12 4.5S Chicago, Ill.

Purina Feed ............. 1041 Guarant'd Analysis 8.90 12.50 58.00 4.00 .... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
Official Analysis... 9.18 12.02 60.181 4.02M 3.45 Mo.

El Reno Alfalfa.......... 1042 Guarant'd Analysis 16.00 12.00 56.00 2.50 ...... El Reno Alfalfa Milling Co.,
Official Analysis... 17.70 12.46 50.68 2.501 4.79 El Reno, Okla.

Chamberlain's Perfect Feed 1043 Guarant'd Analysis 6.00 10. 0 60.00 3.50 ...... W. F. Chamberlain Feed Co.,
OfficialAnalysis... 3.40 9.65 65.65, 2.8S] 6.30 St. Louis, Mo.

Winter Wheat Middlings.. 1044 Guarant'd Analysis 7.00 16.00 56.00 4.0 i ...... National Feed Co., St. Louis,
Official Analysis... 7.47 16.15 56.07 4.90 4.96 Mo.

Soft Wheat Mixed Feed.. 1045 Guarant'a Analysis 8.00 14.501 55.00 4.001 ...... iHunter-Robinson-Wenz Milling
Official Analysis... 8.89 1 4.40 55.90 3.561 5.57 Co., St. Louis, Mo.

Pure Wheat Bran........1046 Guarant'd Analysis 9.50 14 5000 4.00 ...... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
Official Analysis... 10.00 14.22 54.29 3.55 6.57

Acme Feed .............. 1047 Guarant'd Analysis...... 6.00 50.00 3.00 ...... Valley Milling Co., St. Louis
Official Analysis... 2.52 9.65 71.78 2.901 1.63| Mo.




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