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Title: Florida quarterly bulletin of the Agricultural Department
Uniform Title: Avocado and mango propagation and culture
Tomato growing in Florida
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Report of the Chemical Division
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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 1912
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    Formulas
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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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VOLUME 22 NUMBER 1

FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLI : r--l;i""


JANUARY 1, 1912

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

B. E. McLIN
CO3'M-NSSIONER OF AGRICULTURE


REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL DIVISION


R. E. ROSE
STATE C HEMIST


Analysis of Fertilizers, Feed Stuff, Food and Drugs.
Ri;les and Regulations.


Enter,'d .Ilanuary 3 U03, art 'l'illahns:ee. 1,'io'iildi. .1. -econlid-
c ass latter, under Act of Congress ot .flm e 1!0 0.


These lBulletIins Are issued ]Fie to Those Reqlue(,ling. Them

T. J. APPLEYA RD, State Printeir
Tallahassee, Fla.















STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT,

1911.


Tallahassee, Fla., January 1, 1912.
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,
1911:
The records of the office of the Agricultural Department,
and report of tie State Treasurer, show the sale of inspec-
lion stamps covering 183,437.84 tons of Commercial
Fertilizers-
Am counting to ..................... 4..859.46
And 91,97.5.1( tons of Commercial Feeding Stuffs-
A m counting to ............... ................4 : 79
A total revenue of .................. .... ... ..... ........................$.. 71,353.25
paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the General
Revenue Fund. From which is to be deducted the total
expenses of ihe Chemical Division, and the expenses of the
Department of Agriculture, incident to the execution of
the Fertilizer, Feed Stuff, and Pure Food and Drug Laws.

EXPENDITURES OF CHEMICAL DIVISION.

Salary of the State Chem ist ................. ........... ......... 2,500.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Fertilizers............ 1,800.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Food and Drugs 1,800.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Stock Feed....... 1,500.00
Salary two Inspectors, Chemical Division.......... 3,000.00
Salary Clerk Chemical Division............ __ ........... 450.00











Traveling Expenses t oo Inspectors ............................ 1,9 7J.S2
Samples and Incidentals, Pure Food Depart-
m e n t .................. .......... ...... ................................ ............ 8 3 6 .0( ;
Chemicals, Apparatus and Incidentals, State
L a b o ra to ry ....................... .......................... ................................. 1,22 .2 1
Traveling Expenses St ate Chiemist and Assist-
an s ............................... ........... ...... ...... ( S2. i
Postage State Chem ist ....... .... ............................. .. 1 1.0

Total expenses, Chnli ii t d iviisionl........... .. 15.,14-1.5.
To Credit of General Revenue Fil ...,. .70

T o tal R eceip ts ..... ................................. .. .. ;71,;5::i.

ATNALY'TICAL WORK.

The Wollowing anl.vses vere imae .dt urii lhie .!'! h :e
Oliicial sait ples fertilize's ,3\- (lien iss) ... .. 1:14
Special saniples fe rtili:.ers (se ln ini lby chizie ) ...........
OfiLial samples feed stAi (yi- i;; t.( s and I hem-
i :lt ) ....... .... ... ........... ... ............ ..... .................. ..... ... 1 : 4
Special 'in:)le t 'ed sluff (se tt in by eiiz i ns) iS
(o)lriii fio' and d)n ug samples i dOwn by ihspi <-h-
Slpecil (ooi atn di'., e' suam :les .is; l in hi ri ih. s
Misc'el!neous samples (sent iin 1y itiz: ) ........ '.

Ti, tal nima mbl misses ".... ..... .......




F.ETILIZERS.
L. Ieimbur,,,er, M. S., Analyst.

')f lhe 1:34 -- .. I i samples analysed, 120 samples wvere
of coImplofe goods: 14 sampless were of fertilizer mate-
rin ls.











The 120 samples of complete fertilizer drawn by the
State Chemists and Inspectors had tie following average
composition and guarantee:
Available
Ammonia. Phos Acid. Potash.
Official analysis ........................ 4.03 6.67 7.6!
Guarantee ......................................... 3.88 5.90 7.37
Excess above guarantee...... 0.15 0.77 0.32
Average State value found, per ton..................31.73
Average State value guaranteed, per ton..... 28.98

EXCESS 0.20% ABOVE GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers exceeding the guarantee
0.20% (twenty points), as follows:
In A m m onia ......................... ............... 3 sam ples, or............ 52. 5%
In Available Phosphoric Acid......!3 samples, or............ 77. 5%
In Potash .... ............ ............................ 70 sam ples, or.............58.33%

DEFICIENCY 0.20r BELOW GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers below guarantee 0.20%
(twenty points), as follows:
In A m m onia ............................ ...................25 sam ples, or.........20.8%
In Available Phosphoric Acid .........12 samples, or .........10.0%
In Potash K ......................................31 sam ples, or.........25.8%



COMMERCIAL STOCK FEE).
E. Peck Greene, B. S., Analyist.

The following analyses have been made during the year:
Official samples feed stuff...... ................................. 184
Special sam ples feed stuff ........................................... .................. 58


............. ............... ...................................... 2 4 2


Total analrses












The average composition of the official samples was as
follows:
Starch and
Protein. Sugar. Fats.
Official analysis ............................. ............. 15.86 56.74 4.18
Guarananteed analysis ........................ 14.55 55.11 3.98

E x cess ........................................................... 1.31 1.63 .20

We find the official samples of feed stuffs exceeded the
guarantee (O.2'-'. (twenty points), as follows:
In P protein ............................................11 sam ples, or.. ...... .... '.....
In Starch and Sugar..................... M6 sam ples, or ................ 52.2'
In F ats ................................... ................ 71 sam ples, or ................. 38.5'/
There was a deficiency of ..-'I1.. twentyy points), as
follows:
In Protein ........................................... 3 sam ples, or... ...... 19.5'
In Starch and Sugar........................63 sa...mpl. 3or 5.3:/
In F ats .............................................. 61 sam ples, or .. : .1'

FOODS AND DRUGS.
A. M. Henry, B. S., Analyst.

Official food and drugs sam ples ............................ ...
Special food and drugs samples .............................

Total food and drugs sam ples........................ ... ...... ..................1 2
Official samples adulterated or misbranded............................. 1.
O official sam ples legal........................................................ ......... ...... 0

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 withdrawing the
offending materials from the market.
Few prosecutions have been found necessary to enforce
the provisions of the law.











The trade has, with few exceptions, recognized the
equity and justice of its requirements, and has promptly
seconded the efforts of the Department in refusing to han-
dle goods that were misbranded, or adulterated. Manu-
facturers have, therefore, promptly complied with the
law, or withdrawn from the State.

FERTILIZERS.

There has been a continued advance in the quality and
standard of the goods sold in the State. The analysis of
the official samples shows a larger percentage of excess
of valuable materials in the goods sold, and a decrease in
the percentage of deficiency, showing increased careful-
ness in preparing formulas, selecting goods, analysis of
raw materials, preparation of raw materials, careful and
proper grinding and mixing by improved machinery.
Many of the Florida factories are well equipped with
the most modern machines for grinding and mixing fer-
tilizers, thus insuring a uniform material. A large num-
ber of our factories are now under chemical control, with
well equipped laboratories for analyzing raw material,
and the finished product.
Few of the factories of the State are not furnished with
modern mechanical mixers and competent technical con-
trol, by which uniform fertilizers-fully complying with
the guaranteed analysis-are assured.
The law, requiring the minimum of valuable plant food,
be guaranteed, has had a salutary influence in preventing
wide variation betweenthe guarantee, and the resulting
analysis.
It is notable that a number of our most reliable facto-
ries have ceased to advertise their goods as having 2 to
3%, or from 5 to 6%, or from 8 to 11% of the various
plant foods; but comply with the requirements of the
law in their literature, as well as in their "Guarantee











Tag," by quoting the exact or minimum amounts guaran-
teed. Such factories generally show an excess value on
analysis of their goods.
.The consumer has been taught not to expect more than
the minimum amount expressed in the literature and not
to hope for more value than the smaller amount stated.
At the same time, if on analysis he finds an excess above
the minimum, he appreciates the fact, and gives due credit
therefore, becoming thereafter a staunch friend and advo-
cate of the factory, that states the minimum in its adver-
tisements, and fully complies with the same.

HIGH GRADE FERTIIIZERS USED IN FLORIDA.

In previous reports I have claimed (hat Florida used
more and better commercial fertilizers, per acre, than her
sister States. Recent statistics show that the average
agricultural and commercial value of Florida fertilizers
is greater than that of any other State.
It is seldom that complaints are heard, from the orange,
celery, strawberry and truck grower, of the quality of the
fertilizers sold them. They are probably the most intelli-
gent and well-posted purchasers of fertilizer known. Men
who know what they want, and for what purpose they
require it, and are willing to pay the market price there-
for, and will tolerate no substitute of deficiency. They
understand as well as the manufacturers do. that mate-
rials are purchased on the percentage basis, and that low
grade materials with small actual value, are costly in
freight, hauling and distribution-hence that high grade
goods are by far the most economical.
It is also noted that the cotton, cane, and other staple
crop producers-the farmer as distinguished from the
fruit grower and trucker-are learning this lesson also
(thanks largely to our Farmer's Institute Lecturers and
Demonstrators), and are purchasing less "Guano"-the











2-2-8 goods of the cotton States-and are using more of
the higher grades, at greater cost per ton, but at far less
cost for the actual plant food therein.
By far the greaterest number of complaints as to qual-
ity of goods come from the users of 2-2-8, 10-2-2, 10-1-1, in
which necessarily low grade materials, of indefinite com-
position are used, or a considerable amount of inert
"filler" introduced in order to lower the grade. Often an
excess of the "filler" is used, thus reducing the small
amount of actual plant food. A 2-2-S goods has but 240
pounds of plant food per ton-at present prices is worth
$18.70 per ton at the factory.
A 4-6-8 (an average high grade goods) with 360 pounds
of plant food, twice the Ammonia, three times I he Potash,
and far better balanced, is worth at the factory $30.10.
The freight will be the same per ton. One-half the amount
applied per acre will produce better results, at less cost.

SPECIAL USAIMPLES.

On this subject, I luiote from former report, as follows:
"Thio 'special sa; mple'-peculiar to the Florid; law-has
proved its value to both the consumer and the manufac-
uIrer. Much of the uniformity and high quality of the
goods sold throughout the State can be attributed to the
'special sRtmple'-sent in by Ihe 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 agriculturally, of the goods sold.
"A careful study of the 'official analyses,' and an intelli-
gent use of the 'special sample,' is again commended to
the consumers of commercial fertilizers in the State.
"Special attention is called to the law and regulations
governing the drawing and transmitting special samples
of fertilizer and feed stuffs."











Legal methods of drawing and transmitting special
samples of fertilizers and feeds, are provided. In order
to protect the consumer, and the manufacturer, the law
must be strictly complied with. In all cases when the
law has been fully complied with, an equitable adjustment
of established claims has been promptly effected.

LEATHER, HAIR AND \WOOL WASTE.
(From Report of 1910.)

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 the fact; said
certificate shall be conspicuously alfixed to every package
of fertilizer or manure."
This is a good law, and has prevented the sale of much
unavailable nitrogen (or ammonia) 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 ammonia and humus,
both value 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 dis-
solved (decomposed) factory waste, consisting largely of
these enumerated materials.

ORGANIC A.MMONIATES.

One of the most serious problems at present is an ade-
quate supply of Organic Ammoniates (as distinguished
from 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 the 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
stories, etc.

PEAT oR MucK.

There has been recently much discussion as to tlie avail-
ability of the nitrogen of peat as a fertilizer.
Raw peat, like leather, is practically inert and of little
value. When properly decomposed, either by sulphuric
acid or by thorough oxidation (rotting), or by composting
with superphosphate and sulphate of potash, peat becomes
a valuable fertilizer, as is evidenced by various practical
demonstrations.
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 economi-
ically accomplished by drainage, to allow the air to enter
and oxidize (rot the material), or by composting the raw
nmck with super-phosphate (acid phosphate) and sul-
phale of polash, and allowing it to decompose.

TANKAGE HUMUS (Dried Peat.)

The allention of this Division has been called to an
advertisement of "Tankage Humus"-a dried and pulver-
ized peat. This material is misbranded; it is by no means
a "Tankage." This material is permissible as a filler or
conditioner only, in fertilizers.
The nitrogen in simply dried ground peat, is in similar
condition to that of hair, leather, or wool waste. Its pres-
ence in fertilizers, under the Florida law, should be spe-
cifically stated on the tag.












iNTNAAILABLE ORGA\NIC INITROGEN.


The availability of the nitrogen in leather, wool, hair,
peat, and similar organic compounds, has not yet been
determined. No satisfactory process has yet been adopted
by the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. A
number of Slates have prohibited their use in fertilizers.
The laws of Florida require their presence in a fertilizer
shall be specifically stated on the guarantee tag, in their
raw untreated condition, simply dried and ground there-
in, nitrogen is not considered available.

COi\MMERCIAL FEED STUFF.

The quality of the various commercial feed stuffs im-
ported into the State, is well up to the guarantee. The
number of law grade materials sold has materially de-
creased. This has been caused largely by the informa-
tion given in the publications of the Department, and by
the instructions of the various lecturers of the Farmer's
Institute, explaining the uses and values of the different
feeds for different purposes-work animals, milch cows,
and live stock growing and fastening.
It is to be regretted that, with her superior climate,
and long list of superior forage plants, that the State
should spend such enormous sums for imported feed stuffs,
that could and should be produced within the State. Feed
of equal or greater value, at far less cost to the consumer,
and of much profit to the producer. On this subject I
quote from my report of 1910:

FLORIDA FEED STUFFS.

Attention is called lo the analysis of Florida-grown
feed stuffs, as compared to that imported into the State,
particularly to 'beggar weed," *., peass" "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 oals.
and far superior to the average of the imported feeds.
They surpass alfalfa or clover in their feeding value.
They' aie peculiar ito our soil and climate, their cost of
cullnre and curing is not greater han to cultivate and
cure clove or alfalfa. Their more general culture would
save the State "many thlus:ands of dolhlas, now sent to
Northern States for sock feeds, and provide the Florida
stockman and dairymmin wihi a' equally valuable, or
superior, leguminous,; i o roteid) feed at far less cost, at
the same time fertilizing his lelds and increasing the
value of his other crops. Tihe State purchased during the
yeat 1911 25,49.7T leons of mixed feed-to say noth-
ing of the hays and :grains "i:ported-averaging .-.. il
per ton, representing wn5,S0I.53, all of which sh ollo
have been jprodmed on her own farms, saving ro our fam-
ers not only ibis large sum. bat adding to tIe fertility I)
her (arms practically the :.mie amount in increased fertil-
ity and mprod11c civeness. No Staie in the I'nioln-and I
say it advisedly-lhas a greier variety of economiceAlil
growl legimies, or longer list of iiOado.w a p1sl'lre
igrass:es fiuiishing fie n!ocesary 'crrbohyd1i aie(s, 1han Ihas
Florida, ,ih i! leavee I)'nls, beg't r w'eed, Ic',w peas anid
kudzi ;s leg'a imes; lIerm d;:, crab gaiss, Natai grass. Paria
gras a dI .Jlapa iese s ,'gar .a'm in:ve no su ;eioi' for pas-
l;'e ,ind nenaduvw.
.iJapanlese sugai' cane p;ood'ces a s.ipeiior cMltle or hog
feed, rich in sugar. caiiohyldr.imaes-fat forlmes. It is
wonderfully productive; twe:ny ions per acre are by no
meaus unusual. VWhen once established it will coininue
to grow forp years. being pracit'cally a perennial illn this
Slate.
Florila's soil and climate, her abundant rainfall, her











lakes and streams, 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 profilabily 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 the 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.

ALFALFA.

A number of experiments in the growing of this valu-
able forage plant have been made during the past few
years, with more or less success. It is evident that expe-
rience is needed, to insure a permanent success. That
varieties suitale to the climate must be selected, proper
preparation of soil made, the proper season for planting,
and particularly the proper seasons for harvest deter-
mined.
That alfalfa will become one of the staple forage plants
of the State, I have no doubt. It will, however, require
experience and care in the preparation of soil, fertilizing
and harvest, in order 1o establish permanent fields. In
the meantime, we have legumes, equally as valuable, that
are now established, the successful culture of which our
people are now familiar with.











The cow pea, velevet bean, beggar weed, and kudzu,
grow luxuriantly with ordinary care and culture, and are
equal to alfalfa in feeding value. A reference to the an-
alysis of these legumes will show their composition and
feeding value, which is in every respect equal to clover
or alfalfa.

AMENDED PURE FOOD AND DRUGS LAW.

The Legislature of 1911 amended the Pure Food and
S)rugs Law of the State, in three important particulars.
FIRsT-By eliminating the proviso in the old law per-
mitting the sale of adulterated and dilute standard drugs,
and requiring all standard drugs to comply fully with the
standards fixed by the U. S. Pharmacopoeia, as follows:
"Sec. 4. That for the purpose of this Act, an article
shall be deemed to be adulterated-
In Case of Drugs: First-If when a orug is sold under
or by a name recognized in the United States Pharmaco-
poia, or National Formulary, it differs from the stand-
ard of strength, quality or purity, as determined by the
test laid down in the United States Pharmacopeia or Na-
tional Formulary official at the time of the investigation.
Second-If its strength or purity fall below the pro-
fessed standard or quality under which it is sold."
The eminent justice and reasonableness of this pro-
vision is apparent. Its necessity was also apparent, when
it was discovered that in many instances, dilute drugs
and medicines, of so-called 'half strength", or less, were
sold under the former law by unscrupulous manufacturers.
as standard drugs.
The trade in Florida, particularly the reputable retail
druggists, heartily commend the new law, as its enforce-
ment will prevent the imposition of dilute standards, and
assure them of obtaining only such goods as 'are recog-
nized by the U. S. Pharmacopoia.












It is unnecessary to say that physicians endorse this
provision, as it assures them that their prescriptions will
be prepared from standard materials.
SECOND--The amendment ts also provide that all packages
of food shall have the net weight, or measure of its con-
tents "conspicuously, legibly, and correctly" stated oni
the outse ots of the package, as ollows-it shall be mis-
branded:
"Third-- If in package form, lthe net contelns ot the
package are not correctly stated in terms of weight or
measure, conspicuously, legibly and correctly, on the out-
side of the package."
This is bun common hioesty. No reputable manufac-
tuerr or dealer objects to trnthlfu'lv slate ihe weight or
measure of the goods he sells. The amendment was sug-
gested Iy the too common practice of certain unscrupu-
lous dealers, to filch a few pounds, or orounces, from a pack-
age of footd-a sack of corn, or oa;s-a barrel of ilour, or
pound of bulter or lard. or a quart of oil or syrup.
I am pleased to say thal ihe merchants of Florida. with
no exception, ihe wholesaler, the jobber and the retail
erehlant, have heartily entdorsed this amendment, and
are assisting hie Ileparimeni i; eniorcilng a sYicF! eomnpi-
anlie tiherewi;th, recognizing as Tihey Co, that ii eli'.iiui les
an unfair, and dish'eost coqiitietitiou, vh, ic4l formerly pre-
vailed io a considerable extend.
The law doeis not limit :size i weight f pack.g,'s--but
Ireuilres iait the ex;eci nt weight oir measure shall be
tr-illfully stated. One can still sell a nackaagge of 14
ouniles of butler, bil not as a pound- seven pints ,of syrup,
but not a gallon-or 24 ounces o!' oil (:-i4 q(ia;'t, but he
must not sell it as a quari (:)2 ounces).
Tinimln-The amendments provide Itlt igods shall be
considered adulterated if they contain any chemical pre-
servatives, as follows:












"Eighth-lf it contain any chemical preservative or an-
ti-ferment: such as formaldehyde, salicylic acid or sali-
cylicates, boric acid or borates, benzoic acid or benzoates,
or flourides; or. if it contain any artificial sweetener; such
as saccharinl, dulcin or glucin."
The necessity for this provision has been established by
increased use of inferior, animal and vegetable matter in
canned and bottled goods-materials in which decay had
already begun. and that required some chemical to prevent
further decomposition.
It is conceded by, scientists generally, and particularly
by the -medical profession, Ihat antifelirm(ns sufficient in
amount to prevent partly decayed vegetable or animal
matter from further decay, will also prevent digestlion and
induce disease, particularly that peculiarly American dis-
ease--dyspepsia and indigestion.
The use in foods of drugs prohibited by the Florida
l.aw. has been condemned by the "Americain 3hMdiicl As-
se-iat:on," the "Royal Berlin Deplmation for Medical Af-
i'.irs," and by other scienliiic bodies, and 1hle mietical pro-
iession generally.
Many of the largest manufacturers of goods have volun-
tarily discontinued the use of chemical plreseiaiives, rec-
ognizing ihat sound materials, prepared under cleanly
and sanitary conditionss. do not require chemicals to prle-
serve them.
A few large manufacturers of excellent goods still use
small amounts of preservatives, though it has been prac-
tically demonstrated as useless-in fact detrimental, to
their trade, as it is generally recognized that the presence
of preservatives indicated either inferior materials, or
careless, unsanitary methods of manufacture. Sound,
clean materials prepared under cleanly, sanitary condi-
tions. requires no chemical preservatives.
2-Bul.











These three amendments, namely-
First-The prevention of adulterated or dilute drugs.
Second-Requiring the net weight or measure on all
packages of goods.
Third-Prohibiting chemical preservatives in foods-
are the only changes made in the law.
That they were necessary and are equitable and just
to the honest manufacturer, the dealer and the consumer,
is evident to any fair, unprejudiced mind.
That they are offensive to the adulterator and dilutor
of drugs, to the filcher of a few pounds or ounces from
the foods of the masses, or to him who desires to dispose
of foods made from partly decayed, or refuse vegetable
or animal matter, prepared under filthy, unsanitary con
ditions-"cheap and nasty"-goods, goes without saying.
It is gratifying to know that the trade in Florida, the
manufacturer, the wholesaler, the jobber, and the retailer,
are in full accord with the law and are practically a unit
in assisting the Department in its enforcement.
Florida was among the first to enact Pure Food laws-
at the instance of her citizens, merchants and dealers.
Long prior to the enactment of the National laws, Florida
had laws on the subject. She has now one of the most
equitable laws in the United States, fair to all parties-
the manufacturer, the dealer and the consumer, requiring
only that the truth shall be stated on the albel; as to char-
acter and contents of the package; and that foods made of
inferior materials and "embalmed" to prevent further de-
cay, shall not be sold in competition with sound mate-
rials, properly prepared.

INSPECTORS.

The amendment to the Pure Food and Drug Law, as
recommended in my last report, having been adopted, has
materially benefited the service; reduced the cost, and ren-











dered the inspection more efficient. Each inspector has
now the authority to inspect all goods subject to inspec-
tion.
I am pleased to report that the two inspectors are com-
petent, efficient, vigilant, and active, in the performance
of their arduous duties; well acquainted with the busi-
ness men of the State; competent to instruct the dealer
in the requirements of the law. Much depends upon the
inspectors' courtesy and ability to explain why a strict
compliance with the provisions of the law, is not only for
the protection of the consumer, but also for the protection
of the honest dealer and manufacturer, from the unfair
competition of the unscrupulous dealer in, or manufac-
turer of, inferior, adulterated, dilute or short weight ma-
terials.
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 particularly applies to the larger cities of the
State, the distributing 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 distributed 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.
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 two inspectors to effi-
ciently and economically cover the entire State.











I again recommend that at least lhree inspectors be em-
ployed-one having headquarters in each of our large dis-
tributing cities-Jacksonville, T.i'n.., and I.ensacola-
from which practically all the goods subject io inspection
are distributed. A rigid inspection of rte principal dis-
tributing points would prevent the necessity of' so Ire-
quent inspections of the smaller dealers in interior Iowns.
who, in by far lhe majority of cases, depend entirely upon
the wholesaler, and jobber, for the purely and legality of
their goods. If the fountain be pure the stream is sel-
dom polluted. If so, 1he local cause can be readily dis
covered and 1he remedy'applied.

STATE LABO3 A AT1ORY.

Cousi:erable repairs, ind aliterions to hri' er;:in;l
laboraitory li;Ve ii found necessary, and consider',tble A'd
editions madle t ihlie inecessiy cippauall tui to mneel the grow-
ing dte ;:mns f hime service. \At present Hhe Florida riale
Labvorat,,y is one of 'ie bies eqiiiilqed in the Siiutl-ii apa-
blteof Il ainand sipeedvy ailysis of 'the various niate-
rials "-,es-ary To ( iine.
The an lysi-s ;'mn;iiyed are a'' specialisos in his par-
lci-al ieparhntl t--coipitein!', skill'ful and experienced.
In ;.o ii';tanc.e has 1ie resullIs of their -_;..g, been found
inac ur';te ini case of contest or 1ippeai.

ADMINISTRATION.

Recognizing tlhe importance of tihe duties imposed upon
the DepaOtment, to insu'-e lhe irnity of foods, and free-
dom from adulleration, or misbranding as to quality or
amount of foods, fertilizers and stock feeds, the protection
of lhe consumer and the trade generally from imposition.
the Commissioner of Agriculture, the Hon. B. E. McLin,
the In ad of the Department, and the State Chemist, have












adopt. it policy of education and insltuction, consulting
the various interests aiecled the nmanuf'acturc;', the
dealer and the consumer, as t o (he laws' effect upon tihe
business of the State. While firm in our demand as to
strict compliance with the staluie, we have enforced the
compliance with the law, by showing to the trade, the
manufacturer and the dealer, that tie law was for the
prlolection of the honest man, as against the dishonest
one; a law for the protection of all the citizens of the
State-n-anufacturers, dealers and consumers alike, and
the punishment of frauds and miisrepresentation as i,
quality or amount, of these impol tani articles of general
consumption.
This policy has resulted in ,a in;iversail acceptance of
the provision of tlie law, which has now\\ the hearty sup-
port of the trade generally, as well as thIe consumer. Those
few whose interests were adverselyy ,il.- -.1I, have either
complied with the law. or withdrawn the o l. !r.l:;n goods
from the State.
It is notable that in no instance have goods manufac-
tured within the State been found adulicrated or miis-
branded, and that Florida merchants, decline to know-
ingly handle goods not in full compliance with the law,
and refuse to purchase any such goods when advised of
their illegal character.
A reference to the tables of analyses will show that the
goods sold in the State are generally of excellent quality.
free from adulteration or misbranding. A careful in-
spection of the analyses by the dealer and the consumer
will show what goods are most desirable.
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 transmiting "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 sent 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 FERTIT,
IZERS AND FEEDS SOLD IN THE STATE."












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



SECTION 15 OF THE LAWS.

Special samples of Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding
Stuffs sent in by purchasers, under Section 9 of the laws,
shall be drawn in the presence of two disinterested wit-
nesses, from one or more packages, thoroughly mixed, and
A FAIR SAMPLE OF THE SAME OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHT
OUNCES (ONE-HALF POUND) SHALL BE PLACED IN A TIN CAN
OR BOTTLE, SEALED AND SENT BY A DISINTERESTED PARTY TO
THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AT TALLAIIASSEE. NOT
LESS THAN EIGHT OUNCES, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE, WILL BE
ACCEPTED FOR ANALYSIS. This rule is adopted to secure
fair samples of sufficient size to make Ihe 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 the
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 samples m;iu4t itt i b:e lss than une-
half pound, in a tin can or bottle, scaledd and addressed to
the Coimmissioner of Agriculture. The scader's name and
address must also be on the package, this rule applying
to special samples of fertilizers or commercial feeding
sluff.
A one-pound baking powder tin can, properly cleaned.
filled with a fairly drawn, well mixed sample takWen from
several sacks, is a proper sample. It should be sealed and
addressed to the Commissioner of Agriculture at Talla-
hassee. The sender's name and address should also be
placed on the package. If more than one sample is scnt,
the samples should be numbered so as to identify tliteii.
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 tihe sender
to compare with the certificate of analysis when received.
and not sent to this office. The date of the dracinrg and
sending the sample, and names of the witrnesses, hoi ld
also be retained by the sender; not scnt to this office.




INSTRUCTIONS TO MANUFACTURERS ANI!
DEALERS.

Each package of Commercial Fertilizer, and each pack-
age of Commercial Feeding Stuff, must have, securely
attached thereto, a tag with the guaranteed analysis re-
quired by law and the stamp showing the payment of the
inspector's fee. This provision of the law, Section 3 of
both laws-will be rigidly enforced.
Manufacturers and dealers will be required to properly
tag and stamp each package of Commercial Fertilizer or











Commercial Feeding Stuff under penalty as fixed in Sec-
tion 6 of both laws. Tags shall be attached to the top
end of each bag, or head of each barrel.

INSTRUCTIONS TO PU RCHASERS.

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
company strictly with the law and regulations by placing
the guarantee tag and stamp on each package.

INSTRUCTIONS TO SHERIFFS.

The attention of Sheriffs of the various counties is
called to Section ": 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, 1912.

AMMONIATES.
Less than
ten tons.
Nitrate of Soda, 17% Ammonia .............................................$ 54.06
Sulphate of Ammonia, 20% Ammonia.............................. 74.00
Dried Blood, 16% Ammonia...................................... 68.00
Cynanamid, 18% Ammonia............................................ 63.00
Dry Fish Scrap, 10% Ammonia ......... .............. 45.00

POTASHES.

High Grade Sulphate of Potash, ) 0% Sulphate,
4 8 % K .......................... .................. ................................................... $ 53 .0 0
Low Grade Sulphate of Potash, 48% Sulphate,
2 6 % K ,O ........................................ .............................. ............. 32 .00
Muriate of Potash, 80%; 48% K20....................................... 4.00
Nitrate of Potash, imported, 15%, Ammonia,
44% P otash K ,0 .......................... ... .................................... 96.00
Nitrate of Potash, American, 1:;' Ammonia,
42 % potash K ,0 .................................. .................................. 94.00
K ainit, P otash, 12% K ................................................................ 15.00
Canada Hardwood Ashes, in bags, 4% KO Pot-
ash .... .. ................ ............ ..................................... 19.00

AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC AQID.

High Grade Tankage, 10% Ammonia, 5% Phos-
ph oric A cid ................................................. ..................................... 44 .00
Tankage, S% Ammonia, 10% Phosphoric Acid....... 37.00
Low Grade Tankage, 61% Ammonia, 14% Phos-
phoric A cid ... ... ...................... .... .. ....... ... ......... ............. 36.00
Hotel Tankage, 6% Ammonia, 7% Phosphoric
A c id ...................................................... ... ................. ............... 2 5 .0 0












Sheep Manure, ground, 3% Ammonia................................. 20.00
(Figures subject to revision.)
Imported Fish Guano, 10% Ammonia, 10% Phos-
p h oric A cid ................................... ........... ........... ......... .......... 52 .00
Pure Fine Steamed Ground Bone, 3% Ammonia,
22 % Phosphoric Acid........... .......... ........ ..................... 30.00
Raw Bone, 4% Ammonia, 22% Phosphoric Acid... 35.00
Ground Castor Pomace, 51% Ammonia, 2% Phos-
phoric A cid ........................................................................................... 26.00
Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 7% Ammonia.................... 28.00
Dark Cotton Seed Meal, 41% Ammonia........................... 26.00

PHosPHonic ACID.

High Grade Acid Phosphate, 16% Available
P hosphoric A cid ........................... ......... ......................................$ 15.00
Acid Phosphate, 14 Available Phosphoric Acid 14.00
Bone Black, 17% Available Phosphoric Acid........ 25.00

MISCELLANEOUS.

High Grade Ground Tobacco Stems, 2% Ammo-
nia, 8% Potash ..... ............. ............ ................. 26.00
High Grade Ground Kentucky Tobacco Stems,
21/ A m m onia, 10% P otash............................................... 28.00
Tobacco Dust No. 1, 2% Ammonia, 2" Potash... 25.00
Cut Tobacco Stems, in sacks, 2% Ammonia, 4%
P o ta sh ...................... ............... ............... .... ... .................. 2 0 .00
Dark Tobacco Stems, baled, 2% Ammonia, 4%
P o ta sh ........................................................................................ .................. 1 9 .0 0
L and P laster, 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 YOI;K WHOLESALE PRICES, CUR-RENT
JAN. 1, l1 --FE-[ LtlZEiR MATERIALS.

AM-Kl m I AT:S.


Ammonia, suphate,sulphte, foreign, p p..........
fu tu res ...................
Amimonia, ha, sulphate, domestic, sp ..........
fu tu res ........................................ ..
Fish scrap, dried, 11'/ ammonia and
14,. bone phosphate, f.o.b. fish works,
p e r u n it ............. .................... ........ ............ ................
wet, acidulated, (6% ammonia,
3% phosphoric acid, delivered
Ground fish guano, imported, 10 and
11% ammonia and 13-17%/ bone phos-
phote, c. i. f. New York, Baltimore
or P hiladelphia ........................... .. ............
Tankage, 11 an/ d 5l% f.o.b. Chicago...
Tankage, 10 and 'II2,., f.o.b. ('n .1,,
g ro u n d .............................. ......... ......................
Tankage, ) and 20%, f.ob. Chicago.
g r o u n d .... ..... .................................... .......................
Tankage, concentrated, f.o.b. Chicago,
14 to 15' f.o.b C hicago ...............................
Garbage, tankage, f.o.b Chicago .....................
Sheep manure, concentrated, f.o.b. Chi-
cago, per ton ......................... .. ............ 1
Hoormeal, f.o.b. Chicago, per unit..................
Dried blood, 12-1::' ammonia, f.o.b.
N ew Y ork ........ .. .................... ..
C h ica g o .......................... ......... .................
Nitrate of Soda, 95%, spot per 100 lbs.
futures, 95% ... .. ..... ..


8.20 (, -
3.20 (; --
3.2U (a, -
!.20 c .



3.20(( 8.25 & 10

2.70 & 101




3.60(@ 3.65 & 19
2.60 & 10

2.60 & 1

2.40 (1: 2.5Pl

2.55 (0a
9.00 (

0.00 (.
2.G(0 (t 270


3.00
2.20
2.20


(a 3.05
@() -
(4f 2.221/K
(O 2.22 V












PHOSL ['ATES.

Acid phosphate, per unit.................................. .50 @ .55
Hones, rough, hard, per to .................................... 22.50 @ 24.00
soft, steamed, un: round........................ 21.50 2.
ground, steamed, 14 ammonnia
and 00(/ bone phosphate................. 20.00 21.00
ditto, 3 and 5011 ................................ ........... 23.50 @ 24.00
rawi gr(1nd011, 4I' ammonia and
50' bone phosphate ............................ 28.50 ,.:; .o0
South Carolina phosphate rock, kiln-
dried, f.o.b. Ashley River....... ... ............ 3.50 (@i 3.75
Florida land pebble phosphate rock,
iS' f.o.b. ;ort Tampa, FP!a ........................ .70 @ 3
Fiorida hilg glrae ilh sltle hard rock,
77' ;, f. .l)h. Florida p.la s ............ .... 5.75 (i 6(.25
T ni'.(,ee pa'h(sphant rock. f.o.b. At.
Pl eas:In., dni, s m eli, 7S( 8 ', perm Ion. 5.00 1 5.50
75 i n eed ......... ........ ........ 75 5.00
(;S 72i. 4.25 0 4.50




MUnrialnw p ;:isl;. 8 SI- ha, sis S' -,
in lwags .8... .. ... .05 (7, -
auriale of potflsh, nuin. i5' hlsis SO%'
in bags ..... ... .. ....... .... !. .;5 (t -
Muriale of p)otash, min. 98 basis 80;.
in bags ............... ... ........ .. ...... ................ 40.50 ( -
Sulphale of pot0ash, 0-5' basis 90%,
in b a s ............. .... ......................... ...... .. 4 0 .2 0 I
doublee manure salt, 4 8.5;r ,. lnsis 4S( .
in bags ......... ...... .... .............. 24.45 -r
Manure salt, min. 21,'. K.O, in bulk...... 13.0 (, -
FIardsalt, min. 1(61., K,O, in bulk .......... 10.05 -
Kainit, min. 12.4%, KO0, in bulk ............. 8.25 @ -












STATE VALUATIONS.

For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia
and Potash, for the Season of 1912.

Available Phosphoric Acid.......................... ............... 5c. apounu
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid........................................ Ic. a pound
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) ......18c. a pound
Potash (as actual potash, KO) ................................. 5c a pound
If calculated by units-
Available Phosphoric Acid................................................ 1.00 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid..................................... 20c per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen)......... 3.65 per unit
P otash ............................ .............. ................ .... 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..........22 per cent.x$1.00-$ ;.22
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ........1.50 per cent.x .20- .30
Ammonia ................. .................. ...........3.42 per cent.x 3.65- 12.4s
Potash ................................ .. .. ......7.23 per cent.x 1.10- 7.95
Mixing and B,.--ilii- 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports... ......... ........... .. ......... 28.45

Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid. ............ 8 per cent.x$1.00-$ 8.00
Ammonia ................................................ ..... 2 per cent.x 3.65- 7.30
Potash .............................. ... ............. 2 per cent.x 1.10- 2.20
M ixing and B agging...................... ... ........................ ...-.- 1.50


Commercial value at sea ports.


..$19.00












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.
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 of the
"season." They may, but seldom do, vary from the market
prices, and are made liberal to meet any slight advance
or decline.
They are compiled from price lists and commercial 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. Ily 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 simiilar to "Smith's
Fruit and Vine" would be, using none but accepted and
well known materials of 1he best quality.
State values do not consider "trade secrets," loss on
bad bils, cost of advertisements and expenses of collec-
tions. The "State value" is simply tlihat price at which
the various ingredients necessary to use in compounding
a fertilizer, or feed, can be purchased for cash in ton lots
at Florida seaports.
These price lists are published in this report, with tihe
"State values" for 1912 deducted therefrom.















COMPOSITION OF FERTILIZER MATERIALS.
NITROGENOUS MATERIALS.
POUNDS PER HUNDRED


SPhosphoric
Ammonia Acid


Potash


Nitrate of Soda ......... 17 to 19 .. .... ......
Sulphate of Ammonia ... 21 to 24 ........... .. ..
Dried Blood ........... 12 to 17 .. 'i i.
Concnntraled Tankage... 12 to 15 to 2..
Bone Tanknia e ......... 6 to 9 10 o, 15 ..... ......
Dried Fish Scrap ........ to 11 o ............
Cotton Seed Meal....... 7 to 10 : lo : 1 to 2
Hoof Meal ............. 3 to 17 to .......... ...
PHOSPiATE MATERIALS.
POUNDS PER IHUNDKED


\-,


(li101 tili il11 10 1l 1 .0 ,
Florida P ,bh I h:te. ..... ........... L to 32
F lo r; i' t .el,: P! iho 'wi ":r it ............ i ......... :' I ,) 5
Flri'iil i ui r Frho phli e.: ............ 14 to i 1 to l5
;roun i BHon ...... ... t') 5 to S 15 to 17
Stea-O Id (:lre ............I to 11 0 lo t! ll (o 2)
Diss,,olv d 1Bone ......... 2 to 13 to 151 2 to 3
1OTASH., MATERIAL AND F R3,! MIANUtES.
Sp.-T'5I )YI !'EL| : ( N ,' 'FI


A 1tual
P, .lowil


Ml; r;:'e f Po '. It .... ,
Sn11 :'! of PRotno h! IS to o
C-'rbt))nat oi Poishh... .53 to C 0
Nitiric o l' P': h ..... -In1 to 44
Dooblo Ful.nlo Pot.& M1,,a1 2' to 30
iKainil ........ ......... 1 lo 12 i
Sylvinii ................ 1i to 20)
Colton Reoed Hull A- ;es| 15 to 30
W\od Ashes, unlIeachedi 0o S
Wood Ash's:, leacelid.. 1 to 2
Tobacco Stems ....... I 5 to S
Cow M\anur" (fre-h)... 0.40
Horse Manure (fresh)..! 0. 3
Sheep Manure (fresh).. 0.67
Hog Manure (fresh)... 0i.60
Hen Dung (fresh) .... 0.85
Mixed Stable Manure.. 0.6


.......... .. .... 0 7'. 10



2it 104 3





0 to O.O| 0.28 0.31
1i .0. 0 O.I). 0.33.
S 0.5.. 0.19 0.


2.07. 1.51o 0.24
0.76 0.26 0.70


"' .," i rl e












FACTORS FOR CONVERSION.

To convert-
Ammonia into nitrogen, multiply by. ................... 0.82S
Anhi ionuia into protein, multiply by..................... .... .15
Nitrogen into ammonia, multiply by..................... .214
Nitrate of soda into nitrogen, multiply b...... 0.147
Nitrogen into protein, m multiply by ......................... 6.2. 5
l)one phosphate into phosphoric acid, multiply by (0). .1
Phosphoric acid into bone phosphate, multiply l Iy 2.184
Muriate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.0:12
Actual potash into muriate of potash, multiply byv I!. S:;
Sulphate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.41
Actual potash into sulphate of potash, multiply by 1.8S.
Nitrale of potash into nitrogen, multiply by......... .. .1:1
Carbonate of potash into actual potash, multiply by '0.(81
Actual potash into carbonate of potasl. multiply by 1.4(i(;
Chlorine, in "'kainit,' multiply potash (KO) by.. 2.'::

For instance, you buy 95 per cent. of nitrate of soda
;nd want to know how much nitrogen is in it, multiply !)5
per cent. by 0.1647, you will get 15.(5 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
vou get 18.99 per cent., the equivalent in ammonia.
Or, to convert 90 per cent. carbonamte of potash into
;tlual potash (K.O), multiply <90 1h O0.81.I equals (l1.2!)
pier cent. actual potash (K_0O).



COPIES OF THE FERTILIZER. STOCK FEED ANI)
PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAWS.

Copies of the Laws, Regulations and Standards will be
furnished by the Commissioner of Agriculture on appli
cation.
,- --Bul.










;4

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMEECIAI
FEED STUFFS.


NAME OF FEED.




lHright Cot'n Seied :ial

Dairk Cotion S"eed Mein
Linseed MAlen, oiId p r)-
e s s ..... .. ... ... .........
LinsIeed ?3iet,. ne\ ])r(o-
cess .......... ..

Wheat Bran ...

\\heat Middling-s

Mixed Feed i(WhIea

Ship Stutff (Wheat).

Corn (grai) l

(:(orn 1Mei

(Coni Colbs

Corn and Colb MIeai

Horiny Feed ..
Corn and ()hts, (eqpr
pa t s .. .. ..

Corn and 0i()l Feeds,

lar!c(y (grain ) ......
larley and OAits, equil
parts ...


S f : .70
I ; )




7. 45:i7(4i :(.K


5. 40)

7. 00
















5.71)
12.1)






7..7(


2.0


1.). 11)

15. 11!






10.50;
.1











10.5')'

8.7(1

12. -1


:* .0 4
5.)(.,,






59.'I:
)!8.-7 )
( iS O





S!.!00
(i.;!).O
(I



,%1.-'l)'

.1*


I 4;!.2 ()


;.1I) 12.10) G4.75;


7.


5..Sl


7.20'1 .:40


4.10|

4.01)i

5)00)










7.751


4..HI'0

3.701




.40









35
AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL
FEE I) STUFFS- (Continued.)



NAME OF FEED. d r

U h 02 h

Oats (grain) ...... .. 9. 50 11.80 59.7( 5.00 3.00

O at F eed .......................... ..... 1 .00 .0 7.10 .70

Rice (grain) .......... 0.20 7.410 71.201 0.40 0.140

Rice Bran ....................... .. 0. 12.101 41.9 8.80 10.00

Rice H ulls ...................... .......70 3.60 38.60 0.70 13.20

Rye (grain) ........... ... .. 0. 60 72.50 1.70 1.90

Rive Bran .......... ..... 3.5 14.710 38.80 2. 1 ;.(00

W heat (grain) .......... 1.80 71.0 2.1 1.80

Cow Pea ................ 4.10 20.80 55.70 1.401 3.20

Cow Pea Ha ...........................j 2 .10 1G.60 42.201 2.20 7.50

Velvet Beans and H1lls 9.20) 1!).70 51.30 1.50 3.30

Velvet Bean l y...... 2.70 14.70 4.00 1.70 5.70

Beggarweed Hay 24.70 21.70 30.201 2.80 10.0o

Japanese Kudzu Hay .... 2.14 17.4 30.20 1.671 f.87

Cotton Seed (whole).... 23.20 18.40 24.70 19.90! 3.50

Cotton Seed Hulls .... 44.40 4.00 36.60 2.00 2.60

Gluten Feed ............ ... 5.30 24.00 51.20 10.60 1.10

Beef Scrap .................... ........ 44.70 3.28 14.75 29.20












COMMEICl ALI STATE VALUES OF FEEl) STUFFS
FOR 1912.

For the season of 1912 the following "State values" are
fixed as a guide to purchasers.
These values are based on the current prices of corn.
which has been chosen as a standard in fixing the com-
mercial values; the price of corn, to a large extent, gov-
erning the price of otlier feeds, pork, beef. etc.:

COMMERCIAL L VALUES or FEED STUFFS FOR 1912.

Protein, :3.53c per pound. ............ .... .....................70.c per unit
Starch and Sugar, 1.56c. per pound.....................31.2c per unit
Fats, 2.52c. per pound................... ........... ...... 70.5e per unit

A unit being 20 pounds (1{% of a ton.
Indian corn being the standard (@ T:::..-Oi per ton.
To find the commercial State value, multiply the per
centages by the price per unit.

EXAMPLE No. 1.


HOMINY FEED-
P rotein ........................
Starch and Sugar.
Fat ...


.10.50 x 70.(ic,
..65.30 x 31.wc.
.. 7.85 x 70.:c.


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


EXAMPLE No. 2.


Protein .... ..
Starch and Sugar.................
F a t ...... ................... ................

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


.....10.50 x 70.ic, $ 7.41
.....60o x 31.2c. 21.78
..... 5.40 x 70.5c. 3.81


. 7.41
20.43
5.53


........ ...... ........ $ 33 .3 7












FORMULAS.


There are frequent inquiries for formulas for various
crops, and there are hundreds of such formulas published;
and, while there are hundreds of "brands," the vari:itions
in these grades are surprisingly little. Dozens of bandsd"
put up by the same manufacturer are identical goods, the
only difference being in the name printed on the lag or
sack. A good general formula for field or garden might
be called a "vegetable formula," and would have the fol-
lowing: Ammonia, :'1/%; available phosphoric acid,
6fi% ; and potash, 7/%. The following formulas will
furnish the necessary plant food in about the above pro-
portion. 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, January
1. 1912.
For cotton, corn, sweet potatoes and vegetables: Am-
monia, 31%; available phosphoric acid. ; 4o, : potash,
71%.
( A) "VEGETABLE."

No. 1.
Per Cent.
900 pounds of Cotton Seed Meal (71-21-1 )..... 3.25 Ammonia
800 pounds of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent).... 6.4, Available
300 pounds of Muriate or (Sulphate) (50 per cent) 7.50 Potash

2,000
State value mixed and bagged .............. .$28.11
Plant Food per ton.................. ....... 343 pounds
No. 2.
Per Cent.
1,000 lbs of Blood and Bone (64-8) ........... 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

2,000
State value mixed and bagged ............. $29.04
Plant Food per ton ........................ 360 pounds











38

No. 3.
Per Cent.
300 lbs of Dried Blood (16 per cen!) ........ j 3.25 Ammionia
100 lbs of Nitrate Ot Soda (17 per cent) ...... 8.0 Available
1,000 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)..... 7.6O Potash
600 li) of !ow\ Gralde Sulp. Pot.(26 per cent)

2,000
State value mixed and bagged .............$30.01
Plant Food per ton......................... 3SI pounds

Lii) "FP'ITIT ANI) VINE."

No. 1.

Fruit' IM.lons. Stra lc:rries, li'isih Potato's: Ammonia. 4 per
cent.. Available Phosphoric Acid 7 por cent., Potash 1) per cent.


.000 lbs of Blood ant d Bono (6 -8) ............
400 Ib11 of Muriale of Potash (50 per cpon
50)0 ls of Acid Phosphate (16 per cone..
100 lHs of Nirrate of Soda (17 per cen)..

2,000
Stalei value m ixed i ;:l ),lug:,d ...........
Plain F(;od per ton) .............. ...

No. 2

500 Ibs of Castor Pomiace (i-2 pp r cent) .....
200 lTs of Sulp. of Am. (25 per cent)........
000 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent) .....
400 lbs of Snlp. of Pol. (t8 per crnt)........

2,000


Per Cent.

S S Availa:ble
I Ammonia
\ 1' Polash


.. ..$35.?"
... i0 lpound


Per Ceno.
} 4.00 Ammonia
7.70 Available
\ 9.60 Potash


State value mixed and bagged ........ .... $34.48
Plan! Food per Ion.......... ...... 42(; pounl ds

No. 3.


500 lbs of Colton S-ed Meal (71-2 t-1 ) ......
100 lbs o'" Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent).....
100 lb, of Sulp. of Am. (25 per cent) ....... .
900 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per ceni)....
400 lbs of Sulp. of Polash (48 per cent) ......

2,000


Per Cent.

.3.97 An
8.2 ) Av
8.97 Po


iionia
aila ble
tash '


Slate value mixed and ba.gged .............. $34.27
Plant Food per ton ........................ 425 pounds











SOIL ANALYSIS.


\e 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 leavy Clays.
P're Sand and 1:\lk Lands, there is but little informa-
tion to be derived from a soil analysis Itht would be of
benefit to farmers. So much depends on til th drainage,
culture and other' physical conldilions that an analysis
made under labilralory condition is is i liile valine. In
this connection we quote from the Rkepii of the Indiana
Agricultural Experiment Station, PI Ir('ue Tiiver'sity, of
Laflrate. Ind., as follows:

"SOIL ANALYSIS OF LITTLE VALUE IN SHOWING\i FEi:
TILIZEMR 1E(QUlR;EMEN'TS.-The Chemieal Dl)eari-neit is
called upon to answer hundreds of letters of inquiry in
relation to agricultural chemical problems from people
all over the Sia te. in this connection it might be well
1o s:i.v that here is a wide:Tpread idea that the chemist
can analyze a sample of soil nnd, without further knowl-
edge of the conditions, wriie out a prescription of a fer-
lilizer which will fill the needs of that pamliiular soil.
"The Experiment Station does not analyze samples of
soil to determine Ihe fertilizer requirements. There is
no chemical method known that will show reliably the
availability of (he plant food elements present in the soil.
as tiis is a variable factor, influenced by the kind of crop.
-hle type of soil. the climate and biological c editions;
hence, we do not recommend this method of testing soil."
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 measured off
side by side. The crop is planted uniformly over eacn.
Different fertilizers are applied to the different 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 wha fer-
tilizer is best suited for his needs. As climatic conditions
may influence the yield with dillerent fertilizers, it is best
to carry on such tests for more than one year before draw-
ing definite conclusions. There is positively no easier
or shorter method of testing the soil (hat we fee! safe in
recommending.
Soil can be greatly improved by an intelligent rotation
of crops, the conservation of stable Imanure, arl Ihe use
of some kind of commercial fertilizer. Farmers need have
no fear that the proper application of co(mllleiial ferI
tilizer wili injure iihe land.




WATER ANALYSIS.

We frequently analyze water r for public use. cily, town
and neighborhood supplies; springs and artesian wells
in which lhe public is interested; and for individuals
when some economic question, boiler, laund'r or olher
industrial use is to be decided. WE DO NOT ANALYZE WATEr
FOR INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT IIEREIN THE PI'BLIC' IS NOT IN
TEIRESTED. SUCH SAI'MPLES SHOULD BE SENT TO A COMMEIR-
CIAL LABORATORY. THE STATE LABORATORY DOES NOT c'OM-
PETE WITH COMMEiRCIAL LABORATORIhES. Also, we do not
make bacteriological examinations nor examinations for
disease germs. Such examinations and analyses are made
by the State Board of Health at Jacksonville.
We do not make a sanitary analysis, nor a complete
quantitative determination, separating each mineral and
stating the qunnitiy thereof. Such an analysis would
be costly in time and labor -ind of no real value to the
inquirer. We determine the total dissolved solids in the
sample and report them as pats per 1.000.000, naming
the principal ingredients in the order of their predomi-











nance. \e find Calcium Carbonate (lime), Sodium
Chloride (salt), Magnesium Sulphate (epsom sallsi
NOTE.-We find the waters of the State-springs, wells,
driven wells and artesian wells-generally very pure and
wholesome, with but little mineral impurity and thai
such as is not harmful. Exce-pt in cases of ~.ross care-
lessness, in allowing surface water to contaminate the
well or spring, the waters of the State are pure and whole-
some. The deep wells of the State are noted for their
purity and healtlilulness.

ANALYSIS OF FOOD'S AN) I!UTHS.

Sanlmples of Foods and DI)ngs are drawn under speci al
regulations. Application should be made to the Com-
inissioner of Agriculture or Stale (Chemist I'r the neces-
sary blanks, instructions, eic., for drawing and trans-
miitting samples of foods and drugs, including drinks of
all kinds.












DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILE ?R SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, Slate Chemist. SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYS~ '-, 13 L. HEIMEBUi1 lER, \ssistaut Chemist.
Samples Laken by Purchaser Under Section 9i, Acl Apploved MAiiy 22, 1:il.


PhouspIiuric Acid.

> hi
s-I L3 -
0 t: 1 .S
c 1-4
il- 'im3 "


I I
Fertilizer ................. 2389 3.S21
Fertilizer ................... 2390 6.59
Fertilizer ................... 12391 6.67
Fertilizer .................. 23921 7.17
Fertilizer ................... 12393 15.101
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 23 41 ......
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2395 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2396 7.13
Fertilizer ................... 12397 7.721
Fertilizer ........... 2398 ..
Fertilizer ................... 23991 6. .7l
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 12400 3.7;;!
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2401 6.201
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 24021 4.09
Fertilizer No. 4.............. 2403! 4.76!


6.38 4.42| 10.SO
7.14 1.46 S8.GO
6.33 0.89 7.22
5.031 0.82 5.85i
2.771 1.34 4.11
7.441 0.96] 8.40
5.41 0.941 6.35
7.00 0.671 7.67
6.22 1.71 7.93
5.53 0.12 5.95
8.74 1.53 10.271
8.23 3.21 9.44
6.86 1 1.211 8.07
4.871 1.3 1 6.171
5.08| 1.07 6.151


o d
- i
a P,
-< 1


BY WHOM SENT.


4.651 12.05!'. A. Prry, Pomona. Fla. ~
5.181 3.7,S S. Nincliv, Mliami, Fla.
4.691 5.9;; HI. E. Foy. Ellenton, Fla.
3.65j 5.801J. M. Johnson, Ellenton, Fla.
6.65 6.03jH. W. Skinner,, St. Leo, Fla.
3.65, 7.Ob S. Ninchy, Miami, Fla.
3.651 11.15 S. Ninchy, Mianni, Fla.
4.42 4.151. S. Coon, Kathleen, Fla.
4.24 9.31 H. D. Braddock, Crescent City, Fla.
5.60 14.45 V. A. Roberts, Lily. Fla.
3.63! 11.61 rWm. Riclhman. rBradeniown. Fla.
3.62! 4.91 A!mour Fetrz Wl:s., Jacksonville, Fla.
4.271 6.98 Armour Fetrz. Wks., Jacisonville, Fla.
5.021 6.11 Armour Ftrz. Wks., Jacksonville, Fla.
4.2' 6.94 Armour Petrz. Wks., Jackscnville, Fla.


NAME. OR BRAND.










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES. 19l---Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. o

1-c


Fertilizer No. 5.............. 2404
Fertilizer ................... 2405
Fertilizer ................... 2406
Fertilizer ................... 2407
Fertilizer ................... 2408

Fertilizer ................... 2409
A shes ...................... 2410
Cyanamid .................. 12411

Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2412
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2413
Fertilizer ................... 2414
Fertilizer ................... 2415
Fertilizer ................... 2416


5.56









10.30
9.85
14.11
7.09


Fertilizer ................... 24171 6.75
Fertilizer No. 1..............2418 12.82
Fertilizer No. 2 (Nitrate of 2419 ......
Potash.)


6.02
6.35
3.61
6.26
10.44

6.74



8.21
6.19
10.51
6.38
8.81
6.30
7.58


a





0.86
2.50
1.94
1.92
0.63

1.09



3.36
1.26
1.16
2.13
1.00
0.12
3.65
. ... .. I.


BY WHOM SENT.


Ea

6.88
8.85
5.55
8.18
11.07

7.83



11.57
7.45
11.67
8.51
9.81
6.42
11.23


o
; <



3.21
5.74
4.75
4.75
0.97

S2.82
...
I 10.631

5.321
4.29
2.98
5.09
4.17I
4.241
4.18S
15.331


6.83iArmour Fetrz. Wks., Jacksonville, Fla.
6.48J. R. Williams, Citra. Fla.
5.93 The Fla. Irrigated Farm Co., Astor, Fla.
8.84,C. B. M.krran, Crescent City, Fla.
2.04 Farmers' Union Warehouse Co., Cot- .
tondale, Fla.
8.43'E. R. Watson, Arcadia, Fla.
0.74 W. W. Cleveland. Jacksonville, Fla.
..... E. Painter Fertz Co., Jacksonville,
I Fla.
6.46WTalter Cliff, Crescent City. Fla.
10.06iWalter Cliff, Crescent City, Fla.
2.07 L. Adams, Glendale, Fla.
6.67 Eaton Cliff, Crescent City, Fla.
10.3TJ. E. Sanderson, Lakeland, Fla.
8.43:. E. Bullock. Crescent City, Fla.
11.61 M. Fuanzzi & Co.. Belleair, Fla.
46.401M. Fugazzi & Co., Belleair, Fla.








Fertilizer No. 3 (Sulfate of 2420 ........ .. ... ... .......... .. 50.721M. Fugazzi & Co., Bellealr, Fla.
Potash.) I I
Fertilizer No. 4............. 2421 10.53 8.94 4.82 13.761 2.491 2.381M. Fugazzi & Co., Belleair, Fl.
Fertilizer No. "A69........ 2422 13.81 4.75 0.921 5.671 2.641 14.561L. H. Pollock, Lakeland. Fla.
Fertilizer (Hydrated Lime).. 2423 ...... ... .. ..... Tracel 0.21 None IE. B. Shelfer Co., Havana, Fla.
fertilizer ................... 2424 ...... .68 1.171 6.85 0.261 12.55 J. J. W inn, Lakeland, Fla.
Sulfate of Potash............ 242 .. ........ ..... .. ....I 44.44 Independent Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
I Fla.
Fertilizer ...................2426 8.40 7.11 1.14 8.25 5.20 7.97 C. B. Morran, Crescent City, Fla.
fertilizer No. 1.......... .. 2427 10.931 10.73 0.49] 11.221 2.161 2.09;J. W. Baggett. Holt, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2428 13.00 9.62 0.411 10.031 1.93i 2.02 J. W. Baggett, Holt, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2429 ti.66 5.90 1.14! 7.04 2.76! 5.86 J. .. Baggett, Holt, Fla.
Fertilizer ................... 24'3 11. 4 8.47 0.32 S.7 1 4.08 8.09 HI. A. r'ry, Pomona.
Nitrate Soda No. 1.......... ...1. ...... 18.61 ... I. C. i'; miiit, Sa.nfrd.
Fertilizer .................. 2432 6.28 5.48 1.02 6.50 4.60 8 .2 tl. A. Al id w;-:. Anlhony.
K ainit ...................... 4 .. 4 :.771 S. lbritton, ive Oak.
Pineapple Mixture ......... 244 .08 ..... ........ 54 7. 7 \\". L. Frix4 Ankona.
Fertilizer No. 2415.......... 124:51 7.5 6.49 2.27 S.7( G .28 7.25Eatorn Clif. u.rescnt City.
Ashes 2436 i i 1.07 el'ry Avo. Tampa
Ashes ......................24:6........ ..... ...... ....... 1.0711lunrY ni1 Tao>
Acid Phosphate ............ 124371 ...... 17.021 11 17. 3 ......... ... The A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy
Fertilizer .................. 243 10 2 7.0 0.97 8.01] 2.26 2.S3 W m. \1. hearing Chiplo y.
No. 10, Muriate Potash...... 249 ......... ...... 52.15 iH. P. Sinith, CDnterville.
Fertilizer .................. 2440 14.81 9.161 0.34 9.50 2.38 7.941J. P C wburn. Crescent City.
Fertilizer ................... 12441 10.09 7.86 3.47 11.33 35.48 7.14i. .. D Harris, Esto.
Fertilizer .................... 2442 9.511 12.38 0.23 12.01 2.68 1.47111. E. N smitht. Cypress.
Fertilizer ................... 2443 ...... 8.71 0.39 9.101 3.28 4.25 J. C. Smith. Luanna.
Fertilizer ................... 2444 .... 10.89 0.67 11.56i 2.39, 3.66]J. (. Sm ith. Luanna.
Acid Phosphate ............. 2445...... 15.67 O.89 16.561... ... J. Clark, Mit. Pleasant.
Tankage ................... 2446l ...... 6. .... ..... .. S H.I ss. Corb tt.
Fertilizer No.1 (Scott's10-2-) 24471 1.57 9.51 1.04 10.55 2.20' 2.71S 4. C. Uss. Corbttt.
Fertilizer No. 2 (Bigbee8-2-4) 24481 9.921 9.021 0.85 9.87 2.03 3.511S. H. Bass, Corbett.















NAME, OR BRAND.


SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Conltillnud.

Phosphoric Acid.
-------- .. 0


BY WHOM SENT.


Fertilizer No. 3 (V. C. Special 2419 12.05 S.S! 0.53 9.3;' 1.9i4 3.30 S. H. Bass. Corbetl.
S-2-4)
Acid Phosphate No. 4 (Gould- 240 ...... i 1 .781 0.021 16. SO ............ H. Bass. Corbett.
ing's 16' !
Acid Phosphate No. 5 (Va.-124/ ...... 1 .671 i. .20i 17.97i ...... ..... iS Bass. Corbett.
Carolina 16' ) i i i '
Tobacco Screenings .......... ....... ....... 2.YS 2 T.e Qicy Su jtra
Ashes No. 1................. 2453 ...... ... .. .... .......... 3.6S5Bostou-Florida Toba
SI I see.
Ferlilizor (Ashes) No. 2 .... 4....... 1.59 Bos!on Fla. Tobacco
Fertilizer No. 1............... 2455; 9.33 1 .17 0.441 11 .;11 2.501 2.40'Frain Eu rs:, Esto.
Ferlilizer No. 2............. [2-15; 8.02 9.45 0..)7 10. 12 2.16 1.S0!Fr:ank Bush. Eto.
Fertilizer ................... 124571 6.0; G.501 1.03. 7. ,: 4.37 7.851B. W'illiamson. Glen
Fertiliz-r No. 1 (Acid Phos-1245 ......' 13.47! 0.26! 13.731 4.23 1.21 J. E. Eldrede & .. L.

Fpr ilizor No. 2............. '192 ..... 9.321 0.39 10.71 2.13 2.,4! J. E Eldlredg: e & .. L.
Fertilizer No. 3 (Potash Acid) 216 .... 8.89 0.33 9.22 .... 5.3 J. E. Elriloe & L.
Fertilizer No. ........... ... 2-11 ...... 9.92 0.97 10.89 ...... 4.91 ,. N. Vicclers, 'onc
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. '242. ...... 19.83 1.34- 11.17i 2.82' 1.76 !.. N. Vickers, Conc
Fertilizer ...... ............ 24621 7.04i 7.78! 0.91 S .72 ...... 5.16 A. \ Vickers. C'onc


Co.. Quincy.
cco Co., Tallahas-

Co., 'iallahassee.


St. Mary.
Glass, Cottondale

Glass, Cottondale
Glass, Cottondale
ord.
ord.
)rd








Fertilizer ................... 2464 9.551 8.77 0.63 9.40 ...... 4.77 W. H. Johnson. Concord.
Acid Phosphate ............ 2465 ...... 17.56 0.09 17.65 ...... ...... G. W Barber, ( oncord.
16% Acid Phosphate ........ 2466 ...... 16.83 0.12 16.95 ... ...... American Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Kainit 2467 ..... .... ... ... ....... I 12.311American Sumatra Tobacco Co..Quincy
Acid Phosphate ............. 2468 ...... 15.64 0.64 16.28 ...... .... Fran Bush. Esto.
Fertilizer ................... 2469 7.37 8.25 1.45 9.70 3.5:; 4.34 J. E. Siber, .Juniper.
Fertilizer ...................24701 7.45 11.28 0.091 11.97 4.39 5.51 C A. Vanlandingham, Juniper.
Acid Phosphate ............. 2471 ...... 16.79 0.09 16.88 ..... .. American Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Acid Phosphate ............. 12472 ...... 16.38| 0.09 16.47 ...... ... .Amperican Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Acid Phosphate .............12473 ...... 36.101 0.08 16.18 ............ .American Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Acid Phosphate ........... 2474 ...... 16.41 0.111 16.52. ............. Anerican Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Acid Phosphate ............. 2475 ...... i 17.50 0.17 17.671 ..... ..... American Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Kainit .....................24 ... 47. i ..... ............. 13.50 Amnerican Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Kainit ...................... 27 ..... .. 13.1. lAiAmerican Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Kainit ...................... 2478 ...... .. .. ... 13.30Am rican Sulatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
nbuphate of Potash. ......... 2479 .... ... .... .46.08:Am-nrican Simiiatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
\itrate of Soda............ !2480 .... ..... i 0 16. .... iAm. ri'cn S:,mintra Tobacco Co..Quincy
Muriate of Potash........... 24811 ...... ... ...... ...... ..... 48.88]Amierican Sumatra Tobacco Co.,Quincy
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2482i 9.401 8.49 0.00 8.49; 2.76| 2.'0 i,\. M. VW ite, Jay.
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. 24832 13.04 11.62j 0.80! 12.42i 2.00 2.15 V W. M. White. Jay.
Fertilizer ..... ... ...... 2484...... 12.191 0.1 12.33' 1.621 4.65 Ed M. Gross, Orlando.
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 12485 .... 11.17! 0.62 11.79 2.14 1.84;D. C. Diden, Alikon.
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2486 ...... 12.491 0.06 12.55 2.05i 1.90'D. C. Diden, Milton.
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 2487 ..... 11.09 0.301 11.39 3.63 4.19 D. C. Diden, Milton.
Fertilizer No. 4.............. 2488 ...... 11.24 0.15 11.39 3.82 4.13 D. C. Diden, Milton.
Muriate of Potash No. 5.... 2489 ..... .. ......... ...... ...... 48.351D. C. Diden, Milton.
Fertilizer ................... 2490 ..... 5.53 0 99 6.52 3.40 8.79 A. A. Thomas. Fulford.
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2491 ...... 9.20 1.22 10.42 2.00 2.91 Bristol Bargain Store, Bristol.
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2492 ..... 9.53 0.38' 9.91 1.14 4.13 Bristol Bargain Store, Bristol.
V'-rtilizer("Old Time Guano")!24931 13.58i 0.30 13.881 1.64 1.80 A. J. Barber, Cottondale.
Fertilizer No. 1............. !24941 .... 9.941 2.151 12.0 9 1.99i ] .40 ; L. Owens. Quincy.
Fertilizer No. 2...............124951 12.251 7.62! 1.48| 9.101 2.08i 2.521J. L. Owens, Quincy.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1910--Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Cad
0.
Cd
4^


Acid Phosphate ............. 2496 ......
Fertilizer ................... 2497 13.7L
Acid Phosphate ........... 2498 ......
Fertilizer (Acid Phosphate).. 2499 12.06
F rtilizer ("Exhibit A")...... 2500 12.61
Fertilizer ("Excibit B")..... 2501 12.87
Fertilizer ("Exuibit C")..... 25021 11.01
Fertilizer ("Exhibit D")..... 2503 15.63
Fertilizer ("Exhibit E")..... 2504 10.50
Fertrilizer No. 3............ 2505 10.98
Fertilizer No. 5.............. 2506 12.13;
Fertilizer No. 7 (Acid Ph s-2507 .....
phate)
Fertilizer No. 8 .............. 2508 9.53
Fertilizer No. 9.............. 2509 10.14
Fertilizer No. 17............ 2510 10.31
Fertilizer No. 18............. 2511 13.35
Fertilizer ................... 2512 9.24
Fertilizer ................... 2513 ......
Bird Guano ................. 2514 ...
Fertilizer ................... 2515 ....


Phosphoric Acid.


18.07
11.52
17.65
15.03
10.65
10.711
10.49
10.37
11.28
10.56
12.39
17.071

8.64
10.85
8.35
12.19
10.19
7.80
12.29
8.22


0.36
0.26
0.61
1.90
0.13
0.531
0.421
0.671
0.291
0.331
0.761
0.13i

0.14
0.94
0.07
2.25
1.13
4.21
2.781
l.81|


18.43 ..... ...... J. L. Owens, Quincy.
11.78 ...... 2.42H- A. Jones, Milton.
18.26 ...... ...... W. J. Singletar, Grand Ridge.
16.93 ...... ...... M R. & M. B. Senterfitt, Holt.
10.78! 2.83 3.86 S. G. Collins, Milton.
11.24 ...... 3.43'S. G. Collins, Miltou.
10.911 2.15 4.87 S. G. Collins, Milton.
11.041 1.50| 1.32 S. G. Collins, Milton.
11.571 1.961 2.40iS. G. Collins, Milton.
10.89 2.47 2.17 1. L. Smith, Noma.
13.15 1.97 1.67ii L. L. Smith. Noma.
17.20 ...... ...... D. A. Smith, Esto.

8.78 2.73 3.08 D. A. Smith, Esto.
11.79 1.35 2.48 D. A. Smith, Esto.
8.42 2.74 2.731N. C. Pelham, Noma.
14.44 1.52 1.511N. C. Pelham, Noma.
11.32 1.53 3.12!J. T. Sapp. Chipley.
12.01 5.40 12.761C. G. A. Griek, Lake Jackson.
15.07 12.35 2.021M. W. Carruth, Tampa.
10.03 2.18 2.50iJ. M. Owens, Quincy.


I;Y WHOM SENT.








Acid Phosphate ............. 2516 ...... 19.01 0.82' 19.83 ...... ...... J. M. Owens, Quincy.
Acid Phosphate ............. 2517 ...... 18.69 0.54' 19. 2? ............ IW M. Owens, Quincy.
Fertilizer ................... 2518 ...... 8.80 1.881 10.68 2.00i 2.171W. M. Owens, Quincy.
Acid Phosphate ............ 2519 ..... 18.01 0.251 18.2 ............ .W. T. Owens, Quincy.
Fertilizer ................ .2520 9.88 12.98 0.62 1?. 60 2.00 1..lL".vi Smith, Esto.
Fertilizer (Meal Mixture).... 2521 7.96f 9.79 2.25| 12.04 3.75 2.19 Levi Smith, Esto.
Acid Phosphate............ 2522 .. .... 1.15 0.46 8.61 ............. Owens, Quincy.
Fertilizer ................... 2523 ...... 10.331 0.60 10.93 2.3 2.09!N. Campbell & Sons, Jay.
Muriate of Potash No. 1 ..... '2524 .. ..... .... .... . .. 53.20 A. T.. Simmons, Corbett.
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2525 11.17 9.33 1.36 10.G91 2.251 2.351A. T. Simmons, Corbett.
Acid Phosphate No. 3 (16%).2526 ...... 12.26i 0.34 12.i0 ...... .... AT. Simmons, Corbett.
fertilizer No. 4. .......... 2527 14.04 9.72 1.26' 10.981 2.20 2.06 A. T. Simmons, Corbett.
No. 1 Nitrate of Soda. ....... 2528 ..... ..... ..... .. 17.00 ..... Dan Bolton, Milton.
No. 2 Potash ............... 2529 ...... .... ... ....... ........ 45.40iDan Bolton, Milton.
-o. 3 Acid Phosphate........ 2530 ......i 15.56 1.931 17.49. ...... ...... Dan Bolton, Milton.
Peruvian Guano No. 1....... 2531 ...... 8.91 5.57 14.48 6.00 2.19 A. J. Smith, Havana.
Peruvian Guano No. 2.......2532..... 9.60 5.64i 15.24 5.70 2.37 A. J. Smith, Havana.
Fertilizer ...................2533 .... 7.89 0.59j 8.4.l 3.s35! 5.341M. D. Downs, Glory.
Fertilizer ................... 2534 10.171 8.71 1.261 9.971 2.05 1.8410. J. Gross, Milton.
Acid Phosphate ............. 2535 ...... 16.432 0.46 16.89 .. .... O0. H. Dixon, Jay.
Fertilizer ................... 2536 11.11 10.641 0.80! 11.401 6.251 1.82A. C. Daugette, Pollard.
Fertilizer ................... 25371 4.71 9.93 0.991 10.92! 6.401 1.961L. J. Clark, Greensboro.
Fertilizer No. 1............. 2538 10 .411 10.321 0.86; 11.181 3.401 2.44|J. L. Smith, Esto.
Fertilizer No. 2 ............. i2539 13.34' 10.401 0.60 11.001 2.401 2.19 J. L. Smith, Esto.
fertilizer No. 3.............. 25401 12.52 12.791 0.81 13.60 1.601 1.74 J. L. Smith, Esto.
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 25411 .. 10.401 1.70| 12.101 2.151 1.36 G. E. & E. L. Suber, Juniper.
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 25421 ......I 8.421 1.521 9.94 3.701 4.13 G. E. & E. L. Suber, Juniper.
Fertilizer No. 3............. 2543..... 13.041 0.51! 13.55 1.S51 3.90 G E. & E. L Suber, Juniper.
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 25441 6.49' 3.241 9.731 4.70 7.271W J. Chanpell, Hastings.
Fertilizer (Phospho-Alkali)... 2545! 8.17 9.381 3.94 13.32 3.45! 9.56 Sominole Tobacco Co., Quincy.
Fertilizer ................... '25461 ..... 8.61! 0.341 8.951 3.601 10.70 W H. Sistrunk, Boca Ratone.
Fertilizer No. 5 (Bat Guano). 25471 ...... .......... 0.00[ 0.401 0.17 M. W. Carruth, Tampa.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. BY WHOM SENT.

0


Fertilizer No. 9 (Bat Guano). 2548 ...... ...... 0.00 0.30 0.14 M. W. Carruth, Tampa.
Fertilizer ................... 2549 9.50 8.36 1.29 9.651 3.30 2.35 Charlie Foster, Otahite.
Fertilizer No. 1............. 2550 ...... 8.61 1.36 9.97 3.25 3.30 D. D. Martin, Otahite.
Acid Phosphate No. 2....... 2551...... 17.67 2.84 20.51 ..... ...... D. D, Martin, Otahite.
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2552 10.04 10.18 1.16 11.34 2.20 1.40 J. W. Kelley, Otahite.
Fertilizer No. 3............ 2553 10.60 6.64! 1.151 7.791 2.251 2.83 J. W Kellpy, Otahite.
Acid Phosphate No. 1........ 2554. ...... 17.501 0.01! 17.51 ...... ...... Frank Edker, Jay.
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2555 ...... 9.671 0.271 9.941 2.051 2.52iFrank Edker. Jay.
Fertilizer ................... 2556 10.36 10.211 0.16 10.371 4.601 5.53 H. C. C. Herring, Glendale.
Acid Phosphate No. 2........ 2557 ...... 17.94! 0.191 18.13; ...... ...... J. W Kelley, Otahite.
Fertilizer ................... 2558 10.26 9.32! 0.05i 9.37| 1.901 9.25 The Southern Timber Co., Southport.
Fertilizer No. 1.......... .. 2559 12.73 11.15| 1.72! 12.871 2.15! 1.40A. Edwards, Juniper.
Acid Phosphate No. 2........ 2560...... 18.27i 0.131 18.40 |...... ... ..A. Edwards, Juniper.
Acid Phosphate No. 3... .... 2561...... 15.91 0.04 15.951...... .... A. Edwards, Juniper.
Fertilizer No. 2 .......... 2562, 5.281 4.06, 7.57i 11.63 3.851 6.55 W. A. Bisphane, Palmetto.
Fertilizer ................... 2563 10.551 9.93 0.47 10.40! 3.651 1.631J. R. Nelson, Dady.
Fertilizer ................... 2564 ...... 9.81 0.13 9.94 2.841 6.44 Harper & Barber, Cottondale.
Muriate Potash ............. 2565 ...... .. .. ..... ...... ...... 51.30 A. W Turner, Hosford.
Acid Phosphate ............. 566 ...... 18.76 1.03 19.84...... ..... A. W. Turner Hosford.
Nitrate of Potash ........... 2567 ..... ....... .. 13.051 44.361E. 0. Painter Fertilzer Co.,Jacksonville
Fortiliz r ................... 2568 10.94 10.701 0.49 11.19 2.551 4.16|John A. Bailey, Milton.








Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2569 10.06 9.94i 0.40 10.34 2.50 6.30 W. A. Sessoms, Bonifay.
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2570 10.38 9.711 0.60 10.31 3.30 5.74|W. A. Sessoms, Bonifay.
Fertilizer No. 3............. 25711 9.51 8.06 0.46 8.52 2.50 6.53 W. A. Sessoms, Bonifay.
Fertilizer No. 4............. 2572 11.78 12.01 0.64 12.65' 2.00 2.83 W. A. Sessoms, Bonifay.
Fertilizer No. 5............ 2573 11.25 13.65 0.62 14.27 1.90 2.17 W. A. Sessoms, Bonifay.
Nitrate Soda No. 6........257... 54 ...... ... ...... 15.50 ..... W. A. Sessoms, Bonifay.
Kainit No. 7. ............... 2575...... ....... ...... ... .. 12.82 W. A. Sessoms, Bonifay.
Fertilizer El ............... 2576 11.66 10.37 1.22 11.59 2.25 2.44 W. R. R. Senterfiitt, Holt.
Acid Phosphate E2.......... 2577 ......19.69 0.52 20.21 .... ....... W. R. R. Senterfiitt, Holt.
Fertilizer .................. 2578 ...... 12.18 1.48 13.66 2.25 1.69 S. S. Robbins, Otahite.
Fertilizer 1 (Acid Phosphate) 2579 12.29 17.47 0.57 18.04 ............ M. R. & M. B. Senterfitt, Holt.
Fertilizer No. 2............ 2580 9.78 10.71 0.30 11.01 2.00 2.52 M. R. & M. B. Senterfitt, Holt.
Nitrate Soda No. 3 .......... 2581 ... ... ...... .... ...16.25 ... M. R. & M. B. Senterfitt, Holt.
Acid Phosphate No. 4........12582 ...... 14.94 2.21 17.15 ...... ...... M. R. & M. B. Senterfitt, Holt.
Fertilizer .................. 2583 12. u6 6.18 0.37 6.55 4.40 8.90 Mrs. A. K. Williams, Hastings.
]fertilizer No. 3............ 2584 8.59 12.05 0.74 12.79 2.25 1.94 J. E. Pitts, Noma.
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2585 4 69 10.75 0.31i 1 .06 ...... 3 991.. E. Pitts. Noma.
Fertilizer ........ .......... 2586 1 ..51 4.32 9.31 13.62i 2.10! 16.b. H. S. Budd, Leesburg.
Fertilizer ............ 2587 f.r55 9.071 2.83 31 .90 2.751 1.24 Geo. T. Johnson, Sullivan.
P'ertilizer No. .......... 2588... 12.14: .71 12.87' 1 .65 2.00 .. L. Straughn, DeFuniak Springs.
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2589 ...... 12.051 n.46 32.51] 1.60 2.02 T. L. Straughn, DeFuniak Springs.
Fertilizer ................... 5900 ...... !.87 1.43 11.30, 1.65 5.41 J. Thomas, Milton.
Ashes .................... 91. ................. 5.00A. G. Davis, Jacksonville.
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 25921 ...... 9.941 1.17 11.11 ...... 3.76 A. J. Jernigan, Berrydale.
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2593 ...... 8.72 1.17 9.89' 2.25 2.89 A. J. Jernigan. Berrydale.
Fertilizer No. 1.............. '2594 ...... 10.3.! 0.84! 11.17i ..... 4.191J. P. Beck, Berrydale.
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2595 12.20 11.03 0.85 11.88] 1.50 2.04 J. P. Beck, Berrydale.
Fertilizer No. 3............. 2596 ...... 1.24 0.32 11.56! 2.85 1.80 J. P. Beck, Berrydale.
Fertilizer No. 4.............. 25971 9.44I 10.75 0.35 11.10' 1.65 3.011J. P. Beck, Berrydale.
Ashes .................... 259 ..... 3.23G. R. Calhoun. Sanford.
Fertilizer ....... .. ....2599' 3.38 9.01i 0.54 9.551 5.20 13.571 F. Pattishlall, Geneva.
Fertilizer No. ............. .126001 11.75 7.82 0.35' 8.171 1.60! 4.27|S. H. Bass, Corbett.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.

SPhosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. I


*I < s < [I E,


1 ertilizer No. 2.............. '2ol0 1 9. I
Fertilizer No. 1. .......... 2i02 .. .
M uriate Potashl .............. 2( ..3 .
Fertilizer ................... 204 ..
Acid Phosiu:tat( .............. 2G05 ......
Fertilizer No. .. ........... '2606 11.S4
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 26017i 15.051
Fertilizer No ... ...... 2;;iS 14.91!
Fertilizer ................. 2009 13.27
Fertilizer "H .............. 2610 13.82
Fertilizer "M" ..............2611 14.53
Fertiliz r "P" ..............2612 10.64
Fertilizer ................... 2613 ......
Fertilizer ................... 26141 3.69
Fertilizer ................. 2615 6.S7
Fertilizer No. 1 .............. 2616 6.76
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2617 6.811
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 12618 6.89
,-2id Phosphate No. 2........ 2619 .....
Fertilizer 1.................. 12620 18.411
Fertilizer ................... 126211 19.351


101 .71
. 97

9. 29'
16.13
7.74
9.322
9.179
8.69|
10.43
7.72
10.53
6.041
9.62
5.9,l
9.31|
6.941
8.22
17.18
8.031
7.951


BY WHOM SENT.


1.611 12.32 3.70i 3.91 HI. Bass, Corbett.
1.92 11. 89 2.55 5.49Miilton Cash Store, Milton.
..... ..... 50.68 A. \V. Turner, Hosford.
2.42 11 i.7' 3.901 5.7 R. E. Rose, Hallahassee.
1.l1u 17.23 .. ...... E. Cooley, Sullivan.
1.97 9.1 3.80 4.69 M. D. Downs, Glory.
1.00 10.32 2.60 5.201I. D. Downs, Glory.
o0. 10.15i 2.553 5.29 R. M. Morris. Glory.
0.761 9.45; 2.05 2.00J. E. Bovett, Olahite.
0.34 10.771 2.00 2.171J. E. Boyette, Otahite.
0.45 8.17 1.90 1.71:J. E. Boyette, Otahite.
0.871 11.40 2.63 2.07J.. E. Boyette, Otahite.
0.251 6.29 3.18 11.06J. \V. Allen, Ozona.
0.O8 10.421 3.9ni 6.07[F. F. Thomas, Narajo.
0.95 6.94 2.10j 6.32 J. R. Johnson, Hawthorn.
0.13 9.4, 5.34' 6.46 WV. R. Altman, Bridges.
0.171 7.111 i.41 6.34 W. R. Altman, Bridges.
0.20i 8.421 5.49i 6.46 \\. R. Altman. Bridges.
0.131 17.31 ...... ...... W Conley, Berrydale.
0.711 8.711 2.33 1.45!J. AV. Cooley, Berrydale.
0.551 8.50i 2.261 1.371E. B. Beck, Berrydale.


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Fertilizr 1 ...... ........ 2''221 G .:'
Fertiliz-r 2 ................. 12(23 ...
Feltilizer 1 ................ 2(2 1 -i
F fertilizer 2 .......... ....... '. :
Acid Phu:. ) a. te No). ; ....... ......
ertilizer N o. 1.............. ....
Fertilizer N 2 .. ........... I2 ......
F fertilizer ................... 2 ;:: i 14.:';
Slag (S. S. Iris)............. 2'. ......
Ferilizer .................. 2(631 4. ,
Fertiliz .er ................... 2i 32 0. i
Nitrate of Soda ............... 2i3;;.3 .
Fertilizer No. .............. 21l24 8. )
Fcrtilizor No. 2............. G:'3 G .;.-.


4. 15




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1 .S7;


'.



10.:1 7

12.8 S
1i I. 7


10.9S 15.571 3.621
7.8, 10.93 !.241
1 27 12.1: 1.5;
0.' 12.51; 1.7(0
,.,2 17. 1 ......
1.51 10. 61 4.1:1
0.iI7! 10.57, 2.0 i
0.43 12.) 0! 2.25
3.60 S. 51 .. 5
0 15 9.l 1 3.10

0 5 11.2n1 l.5,
0 .:51 12. 1.5I
u. 12.,1 2 ,


Muriate 'Potan No. ........ ; ...... .. .. ... .. ....
Nitrate S .da No. 2.......... 2'. ...... ...... ......
Fertilizer No. 3(obile S and- 2 In .t.7 9.721 2.85 12.57
ard) I


. . .
1.99


7.851W. C. Edminston, Auburndale.
6 19, W. C. Edminston, Auburndale.
3.1.t F. M. Senterfitt, Holt.
i.61 G M. Senterfitl. Holt.
..... MI. So terrftr, Holt.
4. 4' N. Jones, Quincy.
3.8n. N. Jones. Quincy.
2. 25, alin Jines, Dady.
..... i.. 0. Painter Fortz. Co., Jacksonvil:.
9..S G. P. Walker, Belleair.
1.97 1.. F. lake, Red Rock.
..... A. Morris, Floyd.
3.62i31 eff VW. Jone:i, Jay.
2.31 J-ff W. Jon'es, Jay.
50.241H. W. Padgett, Red Rock.
..... Ii. W. Padgett, Red RocK.
1.43 1.. .'. Padgeit, Red Rock.


Acid Phosplate No. 4 2 .... 17.!9 1. 19 07 ...... ..... Padgett. Red Rock.
Fertilizer ................... 2640 12..1 2.281 1 .77 7.19 2.52 V. M,. Carrnth, Tampa.
Tobacco Stems ............. ....... ... .. 2. 5.1 d M. Gross. Orlando.
fertilizer .. .......... ........ 42 6.71 4. S 2.0; 7.904 (.77 5.25 iitd:in indent Fertz. Co., Jacksonville.
Tn;nge .................. 21... ... 157 7 .. Coarsey, Tampa.
Cotton Seed eal........... 264 1 ...... .. ..... .. .... .9 ....... A. Hoofna le, Ft. Pierce.
Hard \W ood Ashes........... 2145 ...... .. ..... ... .. .. ..... 2.1' T; mpa Fertilizer Co., Tampa.
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2."9 4 G ......' 4.73 1 .! 14 87 2.56f 7. 74 D. L. Austin, Tampa.
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2G647 ...... 2.81 8. 11 .15 3.57 5.41 1. L. Austin. Tampa.
, orilizer ................... !2 1,8 ...... 10. 56, 1 .'6I 11 .:521 4.08: 10 63f E. J. Ricon. Stuart.
Irierd Blood ................ 126C ..... .. .. ...... .. ...... .8 .. .. 'C. A. Van Duzer, Viking.
, rtilizer ................... 12( 5 .... ... 2 0.9' 12.92 1.84 1.22'A C. Kelly, Vernon.
Acid Phosplhate "A"........ 251 ...... 17. 69 0.42i 18.121 ...... ........ 1. Langley, DeFuniak Springs.
Fertilizer "B" ...............252...... 9.62' 0.64' 10.26 1.06 2.331J. I. Langley, DeFuniak Springs.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


1^ i _

Z'


Fertilizer "C" .............. 26531 ...... 9.981 1.681 11.66 2.05
Fertilizer ................... 2654 6.22 5.971 0.121 6.09 5.221
Fertilizer ................... 2655 6.83 ... ... .... 8.51 6.971
lish Guano ................ 2656 10.98 4.19| 0.591 4.781 0.711
Cotton Grower Guano....... 2657 11.09 5.211 0.471 5.681 0.91i
Fish Guano ................ 2658 10.581 4.261 0.541 4.80 0.731
Cotton Grower Guano....... 2659 11.1:, 5.17, 0.41 5.55 0.851
Fertilizer ................. .2660 ...... 8.88 0.52 9.401 0.791
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2661 11.25| 7.89 0.331 8.221 3.36!
W ood Ashes No. 2........... 2362 ...... ... ... ........ .... ... .
Fertilizer ................... 2663 6.23 ... .. ...... 7.77| 6.96i
Ashes ...................... 2664 ...... .. .. ...... .. .. ... ..I
'ankage .................... 2665 ...... ... ... ...... 18.65 4.94
Hardwood Ashes ............ 2666 ...... ... ... .. ....... .
r rtilizer ................... 26671...... 3.981 0.75] 4.731 1.191
Fertilizer No. 1199.......... 2668 14.60 6.511 1.291 7.801 4.091
Guano No. 1200............. 2669 ...... 10.771 8.931 19.701 3.15'
Nitrate Potash ............. 2 70 .......... ........ 12.491
Fertilizer ................... 2671 11.65| 5.011 0.40 5.41 3.981
Fertilizer ................... 2672 9.891 7.321 2.04 9.36i 4.961


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BY WHOM SENT.


2.27 J. I. Langley, DeFuniak Springs.
6.481W. B. Coggins, Wiersdale.
4.6ijJ. G. May, Ft. Pierce.
0.621Tcbe Kennedy, Milligan.
0.83]Tobe Kennedy, Milligan.
0.62lCharlie Bracker, Milligan.
0.781Charlie Bracker, Milligan.
0.561Charlie Bracker, Milligan.
8.80lEd M. Gross, Orlando.
2.971Eu M. Gross, Orlando.
5.371John W. Davis, St. Lucie.
2.891b. B. Brown, Sanford.
..... Dr. F. Philips, Orlando.
4.75'Minatee Co. Supply Co., Manatee.
4.461A. B. Sanders, Miami.
7.77!C. M. Mallett, Tampa.
0.22iC. M. Mallett, Tampa.
45.081E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co., Jacksonville.
7.501.. T. Swalley, Winter Haven.
8.201E. L. Vanderipe, Manatee.


NAME, OR BRAND.








Potash, Silicate. 2673...... ... .
Fertilizer ................... 2674 13.50| 6.53 3.44 9.97 5.481
Fertilizer .............. .. 2675 3.61 6.90 6.69 13.59 2.93
Fertilizer No. 1 ..... 12676 12.91' 9.171 0.22 9.39 2.07
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2677 26.64 8.08 0.621 8.70 1.26
Fertilizer ................... 2678 11.08 8.42' u.i5 8.87 2.93
Floats ......... ............ .2679 ...... 4.04 27.90 31.94 ......
Fertilizer ... ......... ... ..2680 8.50 5.48 0.09 5.57 4.18
Fertilizer ................... 2681 16.44 6.611 0.301 6.91 2.45
Dried Blood .............. 2682 ..... .... ...... ...... 15.471.
1,ertilizer "X" .......... .. 2683 .. 6.81 0.23 7.04 3.68
Fertilizer "Z" ............. 26841 ...... 6.74 2.24 8.98 4.27
Fertilizer No. 110 .......... 2685 ...... 10.00 0.04 10.04 3.84
Fertilizer No. 1122.......... 26861 5.59 7.36 2.23 9.59 3.41
Fertilizer No. 200............ 126871 7.25 5.66 0.69 6.35 6.03
Fertilizer No. 200 .......... 2688 7.66 6.86 2.36 9.22 5.23
Fertilizer ....... .......... 2 89 7.46 ... ..... 0.77 4.01
Fertilizer ................... 2690 6.76 .. .... 0.44 5.13
Fertilizer No. 1 ............. 2691 6 53 0.261 6.79 2.48
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 26921 .. 5.59 0.191 5.78 3.66
Cotton Seed Meal No. . .2693 ..... .......... ... 7.77 .
Acid Phosphate No. 2........ 2694 .... 16.02 0.57 16.59 .......
Sulfate of Potash No. . .2695 ...... .. ..................
Sulfate of Potash No. 4 ...... .2696 ... ... ... .........
Bat Guano ............... 12697 ...... ... ....... 7.81 10.10
Fertilizer No. 1.... ..... 2698i 10.50 5.11 0.98 6.09 2.32
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2699 11.77 6.76 1.04 7.80 2.24
Fertilizer .................. 2700 10.68 9.61 1.35 10.96 4.37
Fertilizer No. 1 .............. 2701 6.63, 5.37 0.12 5.49 7.20
Fertilizer No. 2.............. 2702 8.70 6.24 0.07 6.31 2.70
Fertilizer ................... 2703 ...... 6.46 1.47 7.93 3.44


0.50 Carl Teerling, Savannah, Ga
4.48 J. Blake, Gary.
22.14 E. P. Blanton, Brandan.
2.37 T. L. Straughn, DeFuniak Springs.
1.24 T. L. Straughn, DeFuniak Springs.
S.26 I. T. Hartman, Gainesville.
...... C. M. Knott, Tampa.
9.73 M. L. Reynolds. Ocala.
7.1 lStandard Fertilizer Co., Gainesville.
..... Standard Fertilizer Co., Gainesville.
14.27|Miss Philena Griffes, Tampa.
12.14 Miss Philena Griffes, Tampa.
12.45 W. I. Kirkhuff, Tampa.
12.93 W. I. Kirkhuff, Tampa.
8.28 E. H. Folk, Tampa.
7.17 E. H. Folk, Tampa.
5.31 M. E. Rellis, Stuart.
7.89 L. C. Kickliter, Stuart.
11.94 J. K. Christian, McIntosh.
7.74 J. K. Christian, McIntosh.
...... J. S. Price, Ellenton.
..... J. S. Price, Ellenton.
47.7u J. S. Price, Ellenton.
48.281.J. S. Price, Ellenton.
3.10 H. R. Overstreet, Kissimmee.
9.93 J. M. Holding, Dania.
8.26 J. M. Holding, Dania.
8.12 Toney F. Senla, Sanford.
4.48 M. L. Reynolds, Ocala.
11.01 M. L. Reynolds, Ocala.
9.381C. B. Morrow, Crescent City.









DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE--IVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
!FERTILIZER SECTION.
1Z. E. ROS1, State Chemisi. OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES. 1911. L. HEIMBURGER. Asst. Chemist.
Sanipls Taken b;y Siate C' cmist Under Setrioan 1 and 2, Act Approved Mlay 22, 1905.

1. Ii Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. :E MANUFACTURED.
.. 3.o o '
C)


special Fruit and Vine.... 1lG12Guarant'd Aal vsisl 8.00 6.00 1.00 7.001 3.00 13.00 The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
S OfficialAnalysis...! 4.81! 7.34 1.17 8.51 3.25 11.77 Tampa, Fla.
SI i !
)range Tree Grower ...... 1613IGuarnt'd Analysis! 8.001 6.00 1.00 7.001 5.00 6.00 The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis...j 9.41 6. 71 0.44 7.31 5.421 6.11; Tampa, Fla.

)range Fruiter .......... 1614 1Cuarant'd Analysis 10.00 6.00 1.00 7.00 4.00 11.00 The Gulf Fertz. Co.,
I Official Analysis... 2.78% S..7! 0.81 9.60 4.401 7.932 Tampa, Fla.

tampa Fruiter ............ 1615IGuariantid Anal ysis S8.00i G.(00 1.001 ...... 4.00 12.001Tampa Fertz Co., Tam-
1Of;1cial A ialysis.. 2. 78 6.90 2.85J 9.75 4.4S 13.801 pa, Fla.
I 0 I I 0 1.0T2.0rz
Fruit and Vine ........... 1610GuanrI'd Anays 8.00 G.00 2.00 2.00 12.00 Tampa Fertz. Co., Tam-
Official Analysis..- 5.3 6.15! 6.09 12.24 2.24 11.92 pa, Fla.
SI ,
ligh Grade Vegetable .... 11617 Guari-,!~ d Analysis 8.00 5.00' 3.00...... 4.00 6.00 Tampa Fertz. Co., Tam-
| Official Analysis...I G.72 J 9.951 1.021 10.97 4.451 6.421 pa, Fla.


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Germofert Fruit and Vine. 1618 Guarant'd Analysisi
Official Analysis.,.

Germofert Orange Tree 1619 Guarant'd Analysisi
Grower ................ iOfficial Analysis..

Orange Fruiter Special.... 1620j uar.ant' An.. alysis
Official l Analysis..

Germofert H. G. Vegetable 1621 Guarant'd Analysis;
Official Analysis.

Blood and Bone.......... 1622 Guaranit'd Analysis!
Official Analysis.. 5

Gem Potato Manure ....... 1623'Guarant'd Analysisi
Official Analyis...

Simon Pure No. 1 ........ 1624iGurant'll Analysis]
Olflcial An:;!ysis.. .

Simon Pure Special No. 2.. 1625iGuairnnt'd Atalysis!
iOficia Analysis.. .

Simon Pure Sp cial No. 1 I1( ,r a'. l A. niy.si
(ii i :i A n' lysi ... !

('f !]Co'n f i' tt di T ankage .... !i;;"",' Ur 'r ';'; '..ii' ;
'if tic !j A -a, ly.i .

Ideal l ttu e,, Fl Iiliz 1. G12:. C r .( i 'sis
O i'i'i ] A nlysis...'


5.00|
2.08s

5.001
4.4])

8.00'


8 5.00





8.01i
5.001
8 .0



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S. OI,
i

8.00,


3.001 9.00 ......
3. 7,: 9.63 13.36

.00 9. i00 ......
4.21i .21 13.42

(.00 2.00i ......
6.9 2.7t 0. G00

5.00; 7..00 ......
.49 S. 9 S)0 12.38

C.00 6ir 0 .... .
... ..... l. 11.S6

4.00. 1.00 ......
5..00 1.00 6.00

G0. 1.00 ...... .
7..7;: 0 15 7.(;2

P6.0i 2.00 ..
6.66! 0.041 6.701


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2.00( 12.00 T'ampa Fertz. Co., Tam-
2.26] 13.18 pa, Fla.

4.'00 5.0Tampa Fertz. Co., Tam-
4.52, 6. L11 pa, Fla.

2.00 1.00)Tampa Fertz. Co., Tam-
2.72:! 10.71. pa, Fla.

4.00 0.O00WTampa Fertz. Co., Tam-
3.!0)' 0. pa, Fla.

6.0 ...... Independent Fertz. Co.,
6.20 ...... Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00' 11.n00 0. Painter Fertz. Co., 0,
3.97 12.08W Jacksonville, Fla.

4.0r1 11 .00iE 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
4.051 12.95 .Jacksonville, Fla.

4.001 G.00|E OPainter Fertz Co.,
5.88; 7.721 Jacksonville, Fla.

2.00' 1 .O1n E. O. Painter Fertz. Co..
2.3. IS 6.-1IS Jacksonville, Fla.

15.0o .... 0. O. Painter Fertz. Co..
14.76 ..... Jacksonville. Fla.

f.0 '0i li.l,0 Wilson & Toomnr Fertz.
5.c; 5. 7 Co.. Jacksonvillp. Fla.


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OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.


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Special Fruit and Vine Ma-1629 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
nure ................... I Official Analysis... 6.051

Original Ideal Fertilizer.... 1630 Guarant'a Analysis 8.00
1630uarant' Analysis 0
Official Analysis... 7.56!

Special Mixture No. 1..... 1631|Guarant'd Analysisl 8.00
Official Analysis... 8.67
Peruvian Orange Tree 1632 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
Grower. ................. Official Analysis... 9.40

Seminole Tree Grower.... 1633 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 7.73,

Ideal Fruit & Vine Manure 1634 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 7.',5

Ideal Vegetable Manure.... 1635 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 9.08


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MANUFACTURED.
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6.00 1.00 ...
1.41 0.65 7.06.

5.00 1.00
9.37 2.84 12.211

6.00 1.00, ......
6.93; 0.52| 7.451
6.001 2.00 ..... .
6.56 2.06 8.62

6 .00 ...... ......
7.79 0.09 7.18

6.00 .. ......
6.69 0.35 7.04

6.00 1.00 ......
6.771 0.70 7.47'


NAME, OR BRAND.


I


4.00 13.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.45 13.671 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

4.001 6.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz. c
4.38i 4.91 Co., Jacksonville, Fla. w

5.001 5.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.521 6.531 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
5.00 8.00OWilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.92k 7.811 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 8.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.41 8.631 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

3.001 10.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.15 10.241 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 8.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
4.24 8.511 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.









Armour's Watermelon Spe- 1636lGuarant'd Analysis 10.00U
cial .................... Official Analysis... 6.24,

Armour's "Star" Bean 1637 Guarant'd Analysis J0.00O
Fertilizer .......... .Official Analysis.. 6.671

Armour's Lettuce Special.. 1C( 38 uarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 6.16

Armour's Largo SpecialI1639 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001
Tree Grower............. OfficialAnalysis...! 6.80;

Armour's Vegetable.....160 Guarant'd Analysis 20.001
Official Analysis... 7.16i

Armour's Blood, Bone andl1641 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00i
Potash .................I Official Analysis... 7.911

Oat Special .............. 1642 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 10.92

Armour's Fruit and Vine.. 1643 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
I Official Analysis... 5.88
Tomato Special .......... 1644 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001
Official Analysis... 7.70

Bradley Florida Vegetable. 11645 Guirant'd Analysis 10.001
Official Analysis... 9.73a

Bradley Florida Fruit andl16461Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Vine ...................I ] Official Analysis.. .1 7.23


5.00,
4.821

6.001
5.94

:;.00
; .08

5.00
5.81|

7.00
6.90

8.00
7.60

9.00
8.56

6.00
5.641
6.001
6.281

6.001
6.80

5.501
6.481


1.00 ......
2.11 6.931

1.00 .. .. .
1.90 7.84

.200.
2.40 ..48

1.00 ......
1.78 7.598

2.00 ......
2.69 9.59

1.00 .... .
1.32 8.92

1.00 .....
1.961 10.52

1.001 .....
1.221 6.86
1.001 ......
1.43 7.711

1.00 ......
1.101 7.901

1.00 ......
1.07 7.55


3.00
3.13

3.00
3.69

7.00
6.46

4.00
4.42

4.00
4.23

5.001
5.08

3.00
3.061

2.05
2.881
5.001
4.89I

4.001
3.891

4.251
4.351


S.00 Armour Fertz. Works.
7.951 Jacksonville, Fla.

6.U00 Armour Fertz. Morks.
6.511 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
5.68 Jacksonville. Fla.

6.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
6.38 Jacksonville, Fla.

6.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
6.32 Jacksonville, Fla.

7.00 Armour Fertz. Works, ,
7.081 Jacksonville, Fla. e

3.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
3.841 Jacksonville, Fla.

11.00 Armour Ifertz. Works,
10.94 Jacksonville, Fla.
8.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
8.411 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.001Am. Agricul. Chem. Co.,
4.731 Jacksonville, Fla.

10.00 Am. Agricul. Jhem. Co.,
10.55 Jacksonville, Fla.














NAME, OR BRAND.





High Grade Orange Fruiterj16


American Standard Guano. ,


Williams & Clark Vegetable 1l


Brarley Orange Tree...... 16


-Williams & Clar, Fruit and 16
V ine ...................

lazaretto Early Trucker.. i]t


(Coion Seed Meal......... il


OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES. 1910.-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


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Of7 cnuraint' Analysis 10.00 10.00, 1.00 3.00
Official! Analysis 4.50 1.75 0.C2 11. ,7 3.85

4S Cnaralid'd. A.ialvasi 10.i 0 2 .0 ...... 2.0(1
.Official Ana, v:.i0s... .73 l. l) i .23, 1.761

i- uia:it'd Anal ,is l 0 .00 6.1 1.00 ...... 4.00
Official! \n lysis. 10.F7' i.10 1.75 7.,85i 3.941

(50 Cuarant'd Analystp 0.0 i .0, .i ....... .50
Official Anal sis.. 5.70 7.80 1.50 S.:G 3.87;

;51 (Gu ranI 'd Analysis 10. 0'! 5. 0 3 .!...... 2.25
'Oficld ., n lysi s.. 6.671 C0.3 1.41 S.11 2.13I

5 f.:: ;r]' A i.y 0 | 7.'i 2.00 ..... 5.00
Of i'."i l al is... 7.77 1.20' 9.03 4.78;

., : ( cnlin nlis .. ... .... .. 5 7.:0
O Atirin I nilysis...' ...... .. .. .... ... ....... 8 28 1 .


SBY WHOM-\aINDIHERE
MANUFACTURED.




13.001Am. Agricul. Chem. Co.,
13.13 Jacksonville, Fla.
I
2.00'Am. Agricul. Chem. Co.,
2.331 Jacksonville, Fla. -

5.00 Am. Agricul. Chem. Co.,
5.451 Jacksonville, Fla.
I
5.00Am. Agricul. Chem. Co.,
1.69! Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00 Am. Agricul. Chem. Co.,
10.24! Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00' Am. Agricul. Chem. Co.,
1.790 Jacksonville, Fla.

1.50 The Southern Cotton Oil
.... Pensacola. Fla.








No. 2 Orange Tree Mixture' LC544 Guar.nt'd AnalysisI
Official Analysis.. .

Lettuce and (Cuike Special.. lG165; (:'r:nt' An:
jOCticial Analysis...i

Cotton Special ............ 1656 Guiraant'd Analy sis
Official Ana ,lysis.. .

No. 1 Peruvian and Fishl1657 Guar;in't'd A.nalysis'
Guano ................. Official Analysis..

Fish and Potash.......... 165S uarant'' Analyriis
Official Analysis...

Our Golden Fruiter....... I1659 iua'ant'd Analysis,
iOfficial Analysis...

Bean and Pea Special...... 1660 Guarnnt'd Analysis:
Official lAn;alysis...
No. 3 Blood, Bone & Potash'1661'Gunrant'd Anailsis,
IOfficial Analysis...

Cotton Food .............. 1662 Guarant'd Analysis;
iOfficial Analysis..

Standard Vegetable No. 1. .11663 a Guaant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

German Kainit ........... 1664 Guarant'd Analysisi
I Official Analysis...


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12
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12
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12
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12
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.00 O 00 2. 0' ....... :.
.46 6.i 0.5 (;.751 2

.o00 5.00 1.00 ...... ;
.20j 6.;25 1.15 '.40

.010 6.00 1.00 ...... 2
.15 6.71 1.1 S 7.S91 2

.00' 5.00; 1.00 ...... 4
.241 7.40 1.47 8.871 4

.00( 2.50I 2.50 .... 6
.141 2.70j 1.39 4.09, 6

.001 1. o00 1.00 ...... 3
.25 ; 7.4P1 0.23 7.721 3

.20 6.00 1.00 2
. S N. 67' 0.49i 9 ..1 2
.00, 5.00 2.00 ... ... 4
.83 6. 37; 1.58S 7.951 4

.001 6.00| 1.00 ...... 3
.021 8.401 1.42 9.82 3

.00] 5.001 1.00 6.00 4
.81' 5.25 0.89 6.14 3
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0; 5. 00FloSida Fertilizer Co.,
S 9.501 Gaine-sville, Fla.

01 4.00 Flori a Fertilizer Co.,
8 2.21; Cain;:svi!le. Fin

0i 2.00 1F!rioa Fertilizer Co..
11 2.561 Gainesville, Fla.

0I 5.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
6 3.321 Gainesville, Fla.

0 5.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
3 5.60 Gainesville, Fla.

01 3.00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
51 14. 0S Gainesville, Fla.

01 8.00'Plorida Fertilizer Co..
3 7.151 Gainesville. Fla.
0 4.00:Florida Fertilizer Co.,
31 4.67i Gainesville, Fla.

0 4.00'Florida Fertilizer Co,.
0 3.68: Gainesville, Fla.

0 6.00 Stand.!rd Fertilizer Co.,
3 8.!,6 Gainesville, Fla.

S12.00!Standard Fertilizer Co.,
i 13.591 Gainesville, Fla.









OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


-


Marianna Special ......... 1665 Guarant'd Analysisi 10.001
Official Analysis... 11.69

Plantation Special ........ 1666 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00|
Official Analysis... 13.941

Field Crop Special........ 1667 Guarant'd Analysisl 10.001
I Official Analysis... I 12.281

Carolina Special .......... 1668 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00i
Official Analysis.. 11.12|

Stern's Ammoniated Raw 1669 Guarant'd Analysis 15.00
Bone Super Phosphate.. Official Analysis...! 9.891

High Grade Acid Phosphate 1670 Guarant'd Analysis! 15.00
Official Analysis.......

Farmer's Choice .......... 16711Guaraut'd Analysis! 15.00j
IOfficial Analysis... I 13.511


Phosphoric Acid.


ca 0

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10.00
10.01

10.00
10.28

8.00
8.951

8.00
5.22

8.00
10.09

16.00
14.62

8.00
10.04


0
X BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


I I
2.00 ...... 2.00 2.00 Gulf Chemical Co., Mari-
0.56 10.57 2.30 2.36 anna. Fla.

1.00 ...... 4.001 4.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
0.49 10.77 3.851 3.74 Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00 ...... 3.001 6.00Armour Fertz. Works,
0.69 9.64 3.28 5.561 Jacksonville, Fla.

S 3.00 3.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
1.61 6.83 3.48 4.94 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

1.001...... 2.00 2.00 Standard Guano &Chem.
0.84 10.93 1.93 1.98 Mfg.Co.,N. Orleans, La.

1.00 ........... ...... Standard Guano & Chem.
0.951 15.57 ...... ...... Mfg.Co.,N. Orleans, La.

1.001...... 2.00 2.00 Standard Guano & Chem.
0.441 10.48 2.54 2.06! Mfg.Co..N. Orleans, La.







Lettuce Special .......... 11672 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 4.00 2.00 6.00 6.50 5.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 11.92 6.26 0.96 7.22 5.45 6.38 Tampa, Fla.
Sweet Potat, Special.... 1673 Guarant'd Analysis 8.0J 6.00 1.00 7.00 3.50 5.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis .. 9.98 6.60 2.78 9.38 3.56 5.22 Tampa, Fla.
Cane and Corn Special.... 1674 Guarant'd Analysis 8.001 6.00 1.00 7.00 3.00 5.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 10.35 7.22 1.30 8.52 2.65 5.84 Tampa, Fla.
Fruit and Vine............. 1675 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 6.00 1.00 7.00 3.00 10.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 11.21 9.19 0.95 10.14 3.42 6.80 Tampa, Fla.
Potato Fertilizer ........ 1676 Guarant'd Analysi 10.00 5.00 1.00 ...... 3.00 4.50Ocala Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 7.54 8.72 0.03 8.75 2.65 3.74 Ocala, Fla.
Superior Tomato Fertilizer 1677 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 5.00 1.00 ...... 4.00 5.00 Ocala Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 10.631 5.74 0.39 6.13 3.67 595 Ocala, Fa.
Superior General Trucker. 167S;Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 5.00! 1.00 ...... 3.50 7.00 Ocala Fertilizer Co.,
Official Analysis... 10.001 6.49 0.28 6.77 3.45 6.96 Ocala, Fla.
Superior Vegetable Fertili- 16791Guarant'd Analysis| 10.001 6.001 1.00........ 4.00 8.0010cala Fertilizer Co.,
zer ..................... |Official Analysis... 10.381 5.771 0.531 6.30 3.781 7.04 Ocala, Fla.
Tankage No. 2............ 16801 Guarant'd Analysis .......... i...... ... ...... ...... Ocala Fertilizer Co.,
S Official Analysis.. ...... .. .... ..... 1.64 10.13 ....... Ocala, Fla.
I I I
Germofert Fruit and Vine.. 1681 Guarant'd Analysis 9.00 3.00 9.00..... 2.00 12.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
lOfficial Analysis... 2.611 3.80 9.93 13.73 2.20 10.72| Tampa, Fla.
I 1 I
Germofert Lettuce Special. 1682 Guarant'd Analysisl 5.00 5.001 7.001...... 5.00 3.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
[Official Analysis... 4.84] 4.581 8.571 13.151 5.02 3.801 Tampa, Fla.









OFFICIAL F'ERTIIZER AN -\LYSIES, LUI --Cultinued.

Phosphoric Acid.

.NAE, OR BR BY WHOMANDWHERE
NAME, OR BRAND. MANUFACTURED.
Ca 5 a 0

E l < I-
I VI

Germofert Phosphate Rock.l168: Gu'rant'dl .alysis ........... ..... ..... ... ... ..Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
f:iucial Analy.is.. ...... .23 14.S2 19.05 ....... Tamna, Fla.

Celery Special ............1681 i Guaran A.'l a i 5.001 3.0 7.00 i 6.001 6.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
S Offciail Analysi .. 5.03] 3.02 6.86! 9.88 6.92 5.89 Tampa, Fla.

ieruvian Orange Tree 1685 Gua ,."l' Analvsis 8.00' 0.00 2.00 ...... 5.00 8.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Gro er ........... O ficial sis... 8.21 7.3S8 3.70 11.171 5.221 6.24 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GrowerI I

Seminole Tree Grower.... 1686i ;unril''d \i>i.is, 8.00 6.)00 ........... 4.00 8. 00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Official Analysis .. 5.39; 6.93 0.53] 7.46, 4.32i 11.791 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Tankage ................ '1 7 Guias 7. t 00 ...... ...... .10.00. 8.001 ...... W ilson & Toomer Fertz.
n ysis. ... .... ....... ...... 1i.97; G. 58 ..... Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer's Speciall 6S: (i.'ntl Anly.s 10.001 6.00 1.00. ..... 4.001 13.00|\ ilson & Toomer Fertz.
Fruit and Vine Manure..i Oifcial An :lysk .16 5.961 1.471 7.43, 4.20i 12.791 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

ideal Fruit & Vine Manurel16S5!Curmlnt'd Analysist 10.00; 6.00:........... 3.001 10.0 i Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Official An lysis... 8.16! .3SS, 0.85! 6.731 3.681 11.561 Co., Jack onville, Fla.








Peruvian Fruit and Viie 'lO190Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Manure ................I 'Official Analysis... .5:;

Ideal Vegetable Manur,. .I ,!il 0rm nt'd An !,' i0.00
Olicial Analyh is.. 1;.17

Nitrate of Soda .......... 1692 (un;ai t' Aalh-sis ......
Official Anialy is... ....

)ihd Dominion Potato Ma-1i9:3 i narant'I Analysis8 ..00
nure ................... IOfficial Analysis.. 4 01

Tip Top Tomato Trucker. .I694 Giiarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis.. 4.8S

Champion Citrus Compound 1695 Guarant'd Analv.is 10.0)
Official Analvsis.. 4.33

Florida Fruit Grower's For-, 169l; Giuaran.t'd Analysis 8.00.
mnula ................... Official An;lysis. 4.271

Tropical Vegetable Grower 1697'Gunrant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 5.21

Gulf Cabbage Special..... 1698 iG.rant'd Analysisi 10.00
Official Analysis... 10.701

Acid Phosphate .......... 1699 G arant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis. ... ..


6.ou 2.0 . ;.0.. 10.0 iW\ ilsoi & Toomer Fertz
7.11 3.1'' 10.51 i.4 8.71 Co., .;acksonvill Fla.

C0. i 1.i ... I. 0 S.t; \ 1i' onl T'' olior F r:z.
. 1, ill F t.

.. .. ... ... 1 ..... O r r F ,,rI z C o..
.. ... .. ..... I 1 ..... Jack, o i:v il Fla.

7.001 1.00i ...... 5.00'i Z.6-.0 X' ircgii:;! c';[;ol'n:i f, lh mi
S..08S 0.161 8.211 5.7: 9. Co.. -,:i ,:. :n.

7.0,i 1.00. ..... 4.00 .:; ; i n a ,, :. !( 'n
7.S4. O.6 8.5'1 4.1 .,. v n ,,, a.

6.00 1.00. ..... 3.001 1' .0' 'ir inia- a o'ina C em c
7. .9 3.(71 4 11il C S:v inn h, i

7.' 0t 1.0 ...... 3.50 4. O Vir; l t roli a (C' 1 .
S 52 1.081 9.60' 4.21' 4.27 ''o 'n n.i Cla

8.00 1.00 ...... 3.0ii 3. 00 V' igi-ia-''a o'i a (he .
0S.37 0.8S 10.25 3.;2 3.08 ('. S' inn h. .Oa.

6.001 1.00l 7.100 4.00 5.00)'TliT. iul; P rilizer Co.,
6.48' 1.20' 7.68 2.65 6.20 Ta-, .' Fla.

16. .......... ........... ...'Bark r Chemical Co.,
17.88 0.21| 18.12 ...... i .i, :, o.










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND.

Z i E



High Grade Virginia-Caro-|1700 Guarant'd Analvsis 8.00 6.00; 1.00 ...... 2.50
lina Fruit and Vine...... Official Analysis... 2.981 4.90. 0.26 5.16 1.S8

Mapes Orange Tree Manure 1701 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 6.0 00...... 4.00
Official Analysis.. 12.36 6.SO; 3.73, j0.5 3 3.941

Gem Pineapple Manure.... 1702 Guarant'd Analysis ................ 2.i0 5.001
Official Analysis... 7.37 1.78 0.52 2.30 5.201

Early Bird Florida Vegeta- 1703 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 G.00, 1.0...... 4.00!
ble Manure ............ OfficialAnalysis... 9.24 7.32 1.68 9.00 4.15.

Tomato Special .......... .1704 Guarant'd Analvsis' 10.00 6.(01! 1.005..... 5.00
Official Annly~si... 8.35 6.41 0.72 7.13 4.4[!

Bean Fertilizer ........... 1705 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5 .: 1 .00. ..... .0i'
Official Analysis... 9.6' i ..25 5.." 41.C01

Armour's Orango Fruiter.. 1706Gunrant'd Analysis 1.00 8.( 1.00 ..... 'I.0
Official Analvsis'.. 1 .81 .34' 0.11' 8.4, 4.2f'


0
' BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.
P.



10.00Virginia-Carolina Chemi-
6.691 cal Co., Savannah, Ga.

3.001Maples Formula & Peru-
3.14, vian Guano Co.. New
SYork N. Y.
6.00 E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
7.43 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00Osceola Fertilizer Co.,
5.01 Jacksonville, Fla.

8.00 Armour Fortz. Works,
8.43! J:cksonville, Fla.

5. 0o Armour Fertz WVorks,
5.11 Jacklr nville, Fla.

12.00 Armour Fortz. Works
12.47 Jacksonville, Fla.







Armour's High Grade Blood,1707 Guarant'dAnalysis 10.00; 3.01 1.50...... 10.00 ...... Armour Fcrtz. Works,
Bone ................... iOfin cial Analysis ...... .. . 8. 4S, . .. Jacksonville, Fla.

Favorite Early Trucker.... l1708 Gua:ant'd .nalyssis 1 .00 (.00 2.0i ...... 3.;(0 10.'-I;!'of npendent Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis.. 10.79 5.2 0 1 .01 6.3, 2.40' 14.37 Jacksonville, Fla.

Pace's Lettuce Special....i 1709 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5 .(, ....... .. 5.0;' iil'n oiendent Fertz. Co..
Official Analysis... 8.821 5.:;G n .: 1 6.'5 4.94 1.:; Jack.onviile, Fla.

Pace's Celery Special...... 1710 G ?rant'd Analysis 10.00 5. 1 ...... ...... 0.. 5.!0 I enlent Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis... 11 .31 5.7 ; 0.99 6. ,i 4. Jac: ksonville, Fla.

lorida Tree Grower..... 1711Guarant'd Analyis 10.00' i. 0 11. 00 .0(1 Tu -carora Fertz. Co..
Official Analysis... 11.3' 5.23: 0.95! 6.18 3.52 G. 121 Jc;Konville, Fla.

Special Mixture ..........1712 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 .(i 1n ...... O 0i Tscarora Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis...! 10.15 5. .. 1 G.;i .7 7. .~;:N Jack;onville, Fla. -

High Grade Sulfate Potash 1713Guaran.t'd Analysis 10 ... ...... ...... i.. In1oepedent Fertz. Co..
iOfficial Analysis. . ..... ... ... .... ..... .. : Jacksonville, Fla.

Favorite Fruiter Manure.. 1714 Guarant'dAnalysis 10(.00! 8.00 0.50 ...... 1.010 12.00 Inldeendent Fertz. Co.'
Official Analysis... 5.66i .;G' 0.3G 4. 12 5.15 15.31 l Jacksonville. Fla.

Favorite Lettuce Special.. 1715 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 5.00 1 .00!...... 7.0) 4.0 ndel endent Fertz. Co..
OfficialAnalysis...' 7.251 5.5, 1.9 7.5.. :31 3.021 Jacksonville, Fla.

High Grade Blood & Bone. 1716 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 3.00 1.50..... !0.0 .... Independent Fertz. Co.,
Official Analysis........ .59 10. 15 ...... Jacksonville. Fla.
I ,
High Grade Acid Phos. 16% 1717 Guarant'd Analysis, 10.00 1I. 0ri 0.50 ............ .Independent Fertz. Co.,
] Official Analysis.......... 17.33 1.32 18.25 ...... ........ Jacksonville, Fla.









OFFICIAL, FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911--Continued.


Pi:ohsn!hoic Acid.



NAME, OR BRAND. = -
0
i I I i

Simon Pure Special No. 2.. 1718 Gu;rarn'd Analysis 8.00 6.)30 1.00 ......
Official AnAlysis...! 6.341 .I U 0.47; 7.07

Gem Vegetable ........... 1719 Guiranl'd Aalysis 5.00 5. 00( 3.00 ...
Official Analysis... 6.70 6. -.7 1 .;J0

Seminole Tree Grower.... 1720 Guarannl'dA Analysis 8.001 6;.'00. .. ...i
OJiicial Analysis... 8.17| 6.2:, U.S 7.11

Ideal Letuce Fertilizer. .. 1721 Guaran 'd Analysis 10.0')' G. .... ......
] Official Analysis.. 8.53, 6(., 1 8.57

Wilson & Toomer Special 1722CGuarant'f Analysis' 8.00 6.00 1.00 .....
Mixture No. 1........ ... Oticial Analysis... 8.16' .33 1.14 7.521

Ideal Vegetable Manure.... 1723 G n 'a' nti d Analysis 10.00 G. l ......
Official Analysis.. 8.22 7.24 1 0. G0 7.S5i
I nt'd Anlvysis 1 0 I I
Peruvian Vegetable Manure 1721 Garnt'd Analysis 10.0) 7.0' 2. ......
Official Analysis.. 6.241 8.10 2.G41 10.741


6
l,% 'XX [12ffND IVH[E~t
MA; NLJ'ACTUIIED.


5.0 (
5.871

4.0 )
4.271

4.00
4. S2

6.nn0
5.711

5.0j
5. L:


4.01'

5. )0
5.22i


6.001 0. O. Pinter Fertz. Co.,
7.25 Jacksonville, Fla.

6.u E1. 0. aint-r Fertz. Co.,
6.:)i Jack eonv.lle. Fla.

S.00 IO\Vi.on & Tooner Fertz.
7.971 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

6.00 \ilson & Toomer Fertz.
6.71l Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 \il.-on & Toonopr Fertz.
5.5:3; Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

.00 \\';i! -,n & T, om r Fe tz.
9.2l Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

8.00 \Vil .n : T ,omer Fertz.
7.721 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.


I







Ideal Fruit & Vine Manure1725 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 6.93

Wilscn & Toomer's Special 1726 Guaranl (I Analysi 10.00
Fruit & Viiie Manure .... Official Analysis... 7.12

Armour's Fruit and Vine.. 1727 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00|
Official Analysis.. 6.13

Armour's Practical Trucker 1728 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 6.361

Armour's Blood, Bone and 1729 Gunrant'd Analysis 10.00
Potash ................. Official Analysis.. 9.05

Mapes Fruit & Vine Manure 1730 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis.. 10.13

Gem Fruit and Vine....... 1731 Guarna'td Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis .. 6.53

Gem Sweet Potato No. 2.. 1732 Guarant'd Analysis ........
Official Analysis... 11.40:

Early Bird Fla. Vegetable 1733 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00;
Manure ................. Official Analysis.. S. 5i

Simon Pure No. 1........ 1734!Guarant'd Analysis 8.001
Official Analysis.. 13.79)

H. G. V. C. Fruit & Vine.. 1735 Guarant'd Analysis S.00 (
!Official Analysis...1 2.411 7


6.00 .............
7.1 1.691 8.S7,


6.0(1
5.91

3.01)
3.09

3.00
6.o22

S.001
8. 417

5.00.
5.22
5. 221,'







00'


.02'

.00
'.27


1 .00 ......
0.57' 6.57

1 0 ... .
0 (il 1 .901

2.00 ......
2.0:', S.2'5

1 .00 ......
1.071 9.54

2.00 ......
2.45 7.67,

1 0 ......
0.97 7.80o

S 00
O.C3! 6.28S

1.00 ......
1.13 8.211

1. 00 ......
0.13. 7.15|

1.00 ......
0.03! 7.301


3.00' 10.00 \Vilson & Toomer Fertz.
3.481 9.69 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00; 1:2.00 Wil on & Toomer Ferlz.
4.2 1.,.0 ; ,,., .TJackl o ville. Fla.

2.50' 11.01Arilouir F- rtz. Works,
2.43; 10.9!6 Ja ksonville, Fla.

3.00; 10.00 Ar'..our F rtz. Works,
3.02 10.I ; Jack:lonville. Fla.

5.00' 7.00' Airmour Fertz. Works.
4.9S 7.48S Jicks u illc, Fla.

2.001 10.00 '\lapes Frinmula & Peru- ,
2.5SI 9.40, vin Guano Co., New t
Y ork. N. Y.
3.001 10.00 E. 0. Painler Feriz. Co.,
3.53 11.07 Jacksonville, Fla.

2.00 5.00 E. 0. Painter Feitz. Co.,
2.721 4.98 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00i 5.00Osceola Fertilizer Co.,
4.14 4.05i Jackoniiville, Fla.

1.00 12.00 E. O. Painter Fertz. Co..
4.391 10.491 Jackkonville, Fla.

2.501 10.00 Va.-Car. Chem. Co.. Sa-
3.331 6.57' vannai. Ga.










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Special Mixture .......... 1736 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Ideal Potato Manure ...... 17371Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

H. G.V.C. Fla. Fruit Grower 1738 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

H. G. V. C. Champion Citrus 1739 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis..

Standard Fish & Potash... 1740 Guarant'd Analysisi
Official Analysis...

Standard Vegetable No. 1.. 1741Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.. .

Standard Lettuce Special.. 1742 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


I~


Phosphoric Acid.




o i g i o i
I I


12.00 ..... 10.00 2.25
1.51 . ...... 11.46 2.55

8.00 1.00i 4.00
6.67 4.l'. 2.70' 6.95 4.60

8.0i 7.00; 1. ...... 3.50
2.86 8.17 1.23 9.40' 4.46

10.OJ 6.00 1.0 ...... 3.00
3.40 7.59 0.69 8.28 3.31
1 1 0 I
11.00 4.00! 1.001 5.00 5.00
12.79 5.58 o 0.05 6.53 5.31

S.00 5.00 1.00 6.00, 4.00
14.861 6.17 0.67 6.S4i 3.83.

8.00 5.001 2.00 7.00 6.00|
13.121 5.73 0.82! 6.551 5.651


o

LBY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.



10.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
16.21! Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

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

4.00 Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Sa-
4.21 vannah, Ga.

14.00!Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Sa-
13.34 vannah, Ga.

6.00 Standard Fertilizer Co.,
6.771 Gainesville, Fla.

6.00 Standard Fertilizer Co.,
6.50i Gainesville, Fla.

4.00 Standard Fertilizer Co..
5.78! Gainesville, Fla.








Standard Cabbage Special. 1743|Guarant'd Analysis 8.01 01 1.00 7.00 5.00 6.00IStandard Fertilizer Co.
OfficialAnalysis... 14.37 ;.12 0.17 6.80 4.73 7.79 i il. Fla
No. 1 Peruvian & Fish Gu- 1744Guarant'd Analysis, 2. 5.') .... 4 001 5.00Florida Fertz. Co., I, r.
ano Mixture ........ Official Annly is.. 5.19 i 5.Si 1.25 7.1 4.32 5.47 G in sville, Fla.

Fish & Potash ........... 1745Guarant'd Analysis! 12.00 2.50i .50...... 6.50| 5.00Floria Fertz. Co., Br.
Official Analysis.. 7.29 3.25; .99 5.241 6.46 6.01! Gainesville, Fla.






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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1911. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
'a nipmes Taken by l'urclhser rinder Section 9. Act Approved May 24. 1905.

0 3 I
NAME, OR BRAND. 1, BY W HOM SENT.
"72 !


Feed N o. 1........................ .
Fancy Winter Wheat................
W heat Feed ........................ i
M iddlin ss ..........................
Daisy Dairy Feed....................
H ay N o. 1...........................
H ay N o 2...........................
Cotton Seed Meal...................
Cotton Seed 1ieal ....................
Cotton Seed M eal ....................
Cotton Seed Mea! ....................
Cotton S-ed Meal ...................
Cotton Seed M eal ....................
Cotton Seed M eal ...................
Cotton Seed M eal .................... I
Co ton Seed Meal ...............
Cotton Seed M:al ....................
M ixed Feed No. 1............... ..
Mixed Feed No. 2 ...........


i I I
1501 6.45114.74159.S4i 3.531 4.02!Miller-Jach:son Grnn Co., Tampa. Fla.
151; 5.09118.13 4 56 .61 4. 95 3. 1iR. A. Jackson. Shi riff. Tamln a. ina.
1521 5.90 15.70'57.73 3.68 4.05 IR. A. Jailsoin, S!T'iii, Tampa. Fla.
153! 5.03'16.23 57.15; 4.961 4..;: iR. A. J:cklion. S:wriif, Tnmpin ):. Fla.
154112.87 17.81' 51.41 2.50W 6(.8) H. L. Barke, D-F1ini:; S)!ings, a.
155117.15112.501S3.26 4.95 13.40 C. B. MIeinnon. D I'uniak Spiin:s, Fla.
156 !11.69 13.45 !3 .96i 4.11 21.5z C. B. McKinnicn, Dein' ai; Sirini s. Fla.
157!15.24127.42134.791 6.90 S.0OSThe Florida Manufii trinr Co., Maidison. Fla.
158 9.8 337.76 30.341 6.071 5.55,A. VT. Turner. Hoi'odi Fla.
159 ..... 40.43 ..... ..... .... i F.1 Bo: ick, (iuiinc Fla.
1611 ..... 8 .. .. ... 'Cenova uiimb (r Co. Elanor, Fla.
161 ..... 35.38 .. .. ........r, nci
162! ..... 3.9 ..... ......... .1. ?. !a'niar. Mnnticell.
1631 ..... 3 .62 ..... ......... i. ii ,cyvi Suii al ra ('., QuOin y.
1 1 3 .78 .... ......... .. iQiin,-y Su p : ta 'o. (O .ici .
165 ..... 39.50 ..... .. .. .. l..... A sc l Tobacco Co.. Quiiiv.
1l ...... 29.22 .......... ..... B .- Cr -tU
1671 2.52 10.05 70.41' ::.001 1.7;>1 Bnan:ird k Iae-ier. T:il:jilp .
168123.15 17.12 49. 1 'i' .2n )'larnard & Hester. Taninmp







Economy Feed ...................... :16!, 15.9111.30 56.02 3.2 0 5.41 R. F. Howard, Tallahassee
Feed No. 1. ........................... 170 8.20 10.04 G4. 12 3.17 2.5;E. M. S-s:oms, ionifa v
Feed No. 2....................... 171 A0.11 14.4256.79i 2.M 3.70 E. M. Sessoms, Ilnin.a.
Cotton Seed Meal .................... 172 ..... 39.14. ... ..... ..... Lewis r ar C P' ns cola
Bright Cotton Seed M eal.............. 173 ..... 2.4 441 ...... ..... .. 0. ain r. .l:!cks()iivilk.
Feed ................................ 17 111. 2S 12. 9 52.50' .18 7. 541J. M cCord, T; Ill'; a e.
Cotton Seed Meall .................... 175. ..... 40.53 ...... ...... ... C )Didl 'illf.i
Cott on Seed M eal .................... 170 ..... 38.9 ..... ..... ..... D. i ,', i\ n,
Cotton Seed Meal .................... 1' 77 .. 40.53j ..... ..... .) C. DidB i ',iiihi.
Cotton Seed M eal ................. .. 1 .. ... 1:7 .60; ..... ..... ..... .. Joi n 0' .,n Q i::,.
Cotton Seed Meal ................. 1 .... 3. 13 .11.......... ..... 11. A. Jo.:s, Mil!w.
Cotton Seed M eal................... .. 3S.78' ..... ..... ..... !S. G. Co!liin i iliilm
Pelican Feed ........................ 181 12.6210.73 53.8al 4.0 9.71 ,1ewi. Bear Co. 1'ensa-oia.
Pelican Dairy Feed................... I 1S2 8.96 18.10 50n .S 5.13 7.9:, Lewis B a ir Co., P e' .s;ac l.
Cotton Seed Menl.................... 183 ..... ..... ..... C. D. W\ilox, In;vina.
Cotton Seed M,-al.................... 1 8 . 1!.. .. ... ........ IM. OW'Ow s, Q iilev.
Cotton Seed Meal......... ....... 18 .. 38.37 .... .......... Tho as n
Cotton Se-d Me .................. ... 3.1. .... ..... ..... T. O s. ( ui
Cotton Seed Meal .................. 187 .... 28.37..... ...... ...... W. Owen-i Qi iic'y
Cotton Seed M eal .................... 188 ..... '38.8 1 ..... ..... ..... J. M Owens. O'ini ".
Cotton Seo d M ral ................... 1 ... 30.12 ........... ..... iln P olen M!ili ;.
International Stock Food............. 19 n 12.271:0.87124.01 0O.S:!: 8:.SL' :I cbt. B.. L Le. Therr -
Cotton Seed MIal ................... 191 .. ..... ..... ..... ..... C. R. Shaw, o iiicv.
Cotton Seed Meal ................... n19..... 3 7.38'.. ........... i i Wi'ldrr Qin
Bran ................................ 193 .99i14.67 54.50 3. 51f; 7.77\V. L. M-arli all,. 'T1:!l1:lui sser
Cotton Seed Meal .................... 191 ... 13.9.14 ... ..... ..... A. W Tuiirn r, Io>f,'rd1.
Cotton S"ed Meal .................... 195 .. ..... ... .. ... A. W'. Turner or if rd.
Middlin's ........................... 196 0.83 11.9 0 66. 97 2.37, 4.11 ',ilson & Pai-ke r Co., Jaclson ille
Cotton Seed Meal.................... 1 97 ..... i31.25 ..... ..... ..... Jake Brown. Ocala.
M olasses FoP ed ...................... 198! 9.27113.22 55.1 2.30' (;.3 ;'R r os. I T;Ia!l'a, ee
Feed Exhibit No. 1.................. 199 5.2117.99'56.11! 4.351 4.17 S. G. Colli s, Milton.
Feed Exhibit No. 2............ ....... 2001 5.36118.65 55.361 4.27! 5.11 S. n. Collins. Milton.







SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.


NAME OR BRAND. Y WHOM SENT.



Ground Corn and Oats............... 201 5.2010.09 ;8.07 3.40; 2.0 E. A. Osborne, Morriston.
Kada-Yaga .......................... 202 1.071 43.5i9. 4 0.37 4.!.5 AIex Clark, River Junction.
East Coast Grass .................. 20)3 41.15! 7.70 36i 1.30 6.62 j. A. McGuire, St. Augustine.
Cotton Sped Meal .................. 204 .... .137.5 .. .. ... I..... EI. PE Shelplor. Quin.cy.
Ground Clover ....................... 05 25.90 8.:34]11.i9 4.23 19.52 C. J. Hudgins. Gonzales
Royal Palm Seed .................... 20(;15.37 8.16 39.,S 24.71i 2. ( S. A. Jefford, Habana, Cuba.
Wheat Feed ........................ 2071 6.20 15.711CO.07 4.00 4.853Bonaker Brothers, Tampa.







DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEED]IN( STUFF SECTION.
It. E. ROSE, Slate Chemist. SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1I1. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist and State Inspector Under Sections 1, 2 and 13, Act Approved May 24, 1905.


N E OR N NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME. OR BRAND. os MANUFACTURER

'S 3 I~INMANUFACTURER

Cotton Seed Meal (Crown 1063 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 38. fi 23.00 6.001..... Keeton-Krueger Co., Atlanta,
Brand) ................ Official Analysis... 10.321 3 .2 27.14i 7.05 6.321 Ga.
Cotton Seed Meal........ 1064 Guarat'd Anaysis..... 23.0 00 0Co. Sa-
fficial Analysis... 11.20 23.25 45.Ssi 5.27 4.501 vannah, Ga.
Cotton Seed Meal......... 1065 Guarant'd Analysis ........i 8.2 .. ........... Planters' Oil Co., Albany, Ga.
Official Analysis... '.73 29.351 29.211 7.031 6.041
Cotton Seed Meal......... 1066 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38.62 ...... ............ [Frederick Heakes & Sons, Mo-
OfficialAnalysis... 10.37 36.3 33.39j 5.81 6.00 bile, Ala.
Cotton Seed Meal......... 1067 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38 .62 ............ ...... The Laurens Cotton Oil Co.,
Official Analysis... 12.74 37.821 29.?2 5.22 6.02 Dublin, Ga.

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1068 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38.62 ...... .... ...... Thompson Oil Mill Co., Hawk-
_Official Analysis... 9.53 40.28 28.271 7.161 5.62 insville, Ga.







OFFICIAL FEEDING SJ



NAME, OR BRAND.




Pure Wheat Bran......... 1069iGueran''d Analysisl
Official Analysis...

Middlings ................ 1070 Gunrant'd Analysis
Official Anal3 sis..

Shipstuff ................. 1071 Gu'rnnt'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
I
Pure Wheat Middlings .... 1072 Guarnt'd Analysis
]Official Analysis...

Pure Wheat Middlings..... 1073, Guirant'd Analv sis
!Official Analysis...

Wheat Feed .............. 1074-iGnarant'd Analysis
lOfficial Analysis...

Wheat Brain ........... 1075 CGunr-nt'd Annlvsis
| Official Analysis ..
Pure Winter Bran....... 1076 Guaanit'd Anailysis
Official Analysis.. F


"I'FF ANALYSES. 1!


S...a



i I

9.50 i4.;i 54.00
9.701 14.01 7.2. ;

3.85! 16.12 27.: S
4..:5; 15. 1S '. GC 1

7. 00 1G.5 l 5 00O
G.0(; 15. 0 5:..23

6.001 16.25: 62.50
5.Sl 7 116.0 58.(S

2.75 ] 1.-.26 60.45'
3.43i 16.2 .59.41,

8 00! 15.00 5..0'
5.032 14.4-1 (0.13'

10..0' 14.00 1 ',.01
7.821 14.22 5 5. 5

8.00 14.50 55.00
7.511 16.02 55.12'


1 l.---C'ontinued.


X NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MI IANUIFACTURERit



5.00 ..... Tenne s e Mill Co., Estill
3. 69 7. S R SliIiigs, Tenn.

6.02 ...... Charles on Milling Co., Charles-
4.1S .0 O ton, Mo.

.00: ........ .Allcen Snmith Co.. Knoxville,
.62i .92 Tenn.

I4.C ...... The Dunl:p Milling C,., Clark -
1.: I ;; .7l;I ville. TE 1nn.

5.02 .......The Columbia Star Milling Co.,
5.15 3.38| Columbia, Iii.

J.I0. ....A. A'lanta Milling Co., Atlanta,
41.0 1 l.i Ga.

4 .0) ...... Dohnlke Wia :er Milling Co.,
1.53 5.9 Uliiion C'ily, Tonn.

1.00 .... !II. L. ITH lliday Milling Co..
4.20n 5.18, Cairo Ill.








Pure Wheat Bran........ 1077 Guarant'dAnalysisj 9.50|
Oftiial Analysis.. .! 771

Bran .................... 1 07Si (nir: i Analysisi 9.2
I Official Analysis.. 7..SS

Invincible Feed .......... 1079Guarant'd Analysisi 8.001
Official Analysis... 7.93

Dandy Middlings ........ 1080 Guarant'd Analysis 6.0([
y MiOfficial Analysis.. 2.11

Cotton Seed Meal........I 0Sli iraint'd Analvsis ......
Official Analyss... i. j

Cotton Seed Meal......... 10821 Guirant'd Analysis/ ......
Official Analysis.. .] 1 .OS'

Choice Feed .............. 10S3 Gnua-ant'd Analysis 7.
Official Analysis... 8 .85

Globe Gluten Feed........ 10S41Guarannt' Analysis ......
Official Analysis... | 6.78

Pure Wheat Bran & Shorts 10S7'Guiran!'d Analysisi 7.65
Official Ainlysis... G.3,

Cracker Mule Feed........ 1086 i iaa-ant'd Analysisl 12.00(
Official Analy.sis... 13.07i

B. & H. Scratch Feed...... 110S71Guarant'd Annlvsisl 4.00
Official Analysis.. 2. G00


14.50 53.22 4.75 ...... Columbia Mill and Elevator Co.
14.101 5 ..73 4. C9 6. 1 Coluim ia, Te- n.

.1 51.50 4.7 ...... iCICh rl. son Milling Co., Charles-
13.bi 5G.81 4.30 4.72 .n, "1o.

15. il 0 .?4 4. n0 ...... Hopli ville Millin, Co., Hop-
15.1 6 58.2S 1.4 1 2.7G hiiis-ille, Ky.

15. 0C; 55.00' 4.01 .... !Wasohb rn-Cr sby Milling Co.,
15.18 6 i3.28! 4.051 3.4S Louisville. Ky.

32.1S ...... .. .......... IFlorida Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
33.56 30.42 6.92i 5.0;7 sonville, Fla.

3fi.,2 ...... ..... I inbiidge Oil Co., Bainbridge,
37.52! 28.!2 6.90 6.05 C.. -

L;.00' 54. 0 2 .9....... EMlire Cills Co.. Co.umbus,
i1 58.19 3.2d 5.00 Ga.

21.0( 51.0o0 2.50 ...... Corn Products Refining Co.,
25.321 49.841 2.27 4.021 New York, N. Y.

14.75i 54.50 4.5 -4.75i :1rriet, Deuton & Lynn Co.,
1 .4 3 59.37 3.51 3.77 I ll.h n, Ga.

10i.Oi0 rs.n01 3.50! ...... Thi Qunkilr Oats Co. Chicago,
12.2,1 56.511 3.CS 3.81 Ill.

10.00 65.00 3.n0 ...... Baker & Holmes Co., Jackson-
11.835 6 .02i 3.25! 1.76! ville, Fla.








OFFICIAL FEEDING STI : "

o ,
NAME, OR BRAND. a



Gano Feed ............... j]OSS Gnurani'd Analysis ...... .
I Official Analysis.. 17.96

Pure Wheat Bran......... 1089'Guarant'd Annlysis! 7.
S Official Analysis... 8.46!

Pawnee Feed ............ 1lO90!Guaant'd Analvsis 12.n00
S Official Analysis... 13.88!

Milko Cow Feed.......... 1091!Gunrant'd Analysis! 10. 0!
I Official Analysis...l 9.7!

Pure Wheat Bran........ 1092 cGuranl'd Analysis D.50!
S Official Analysis... 7.361

Acme Feed ............. 1093'Giarant'd Analysis ......
I Official Analysis.. 2.64!

Wheat Bran ............. 10941GCuar-at'1 Analvsisl 9.nil
I Official Analysis...1 6.58!
Cotton Seed Meal ......... 11095 Gu'ra l 'd Anal'-sis ......
'Official An;lysis.. .271


ANK L;'. S, 1l11 -Continued.


i = : N-\ME "AND ADDRESS OF
& NT '\ ANi'ACTURER



7..0 59r.00 3.50' ...... The Valley Milling Co., St.
10-2. 53. 3.76 3.75' Louis. 5io.
i i I i
1i .:.7 .2 5Si 4.i6 ...... !Clal reath & Co., Hopkinsville.
15.3 5 .51' 3.';3; 5.951 Ky.

8.25' 5 0;i 3..0 ...... 'National Oats Co., St. Louis,
8.09 5i8.02 051 4.5! Mo. oc

1S.50 o).00j 3.50 ..... Just M'Niing tnd Feed Co.,
1 1. 61 50. i61 3.41! 6.69! Nashville, Tenn.

15 0.o' l:.uJ'1 5.50!. .... City lill and Grain Co., Colnm-
15. 4' 56.432' 3..,, .4;' bia. Tenn.

6.00. 50.no 3."00 ...... The Valley Milling Co., St.
9.341 69.031 :.05 1.89' Louis. Mo.

15 0o. 0 4.n0 .... ..l N]shville Roller Mills, Nalh-
1S.22 5S.83I 3.0: 1 5.07i ville, Tr'nn.
:; 2.2 ...... ...... ...... TThonijsrn Oil M ill Co.. Iaw-
11.412 23i. 7S 7.71 C."0' l;insvill i. Gl.


-~--~-~--







Cotton Seed Meal......... 1096 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38.62 ......
Official Analysis.. .! 9.88! 37.33 28.51

Second Class Cotton Seed 1097 Guaranr'd Analysis. ...... i no
Meal ................... Official Analysis... 20.27 19.GC .10:. 9

Pure Wheat Middlings.... 1098 Guarant'd Aiilysiz 5.18 17.11 ,S.1S
jOificial Analysi.;.. 5.30 17.641 7.05

Ship Stuff ................ 1099 Guarant'd Analysis' 7.00 14. 501 54.00
Official Analysis. .. 6.70 1 .'20 56.35!

Molasses and Bran........ 1100 Guarant'd Analysis! ...... 8.00' 4:' .0i
Official Analysis.. 14.18! 7.43, 5 8.

Pure Wheat Bran......... 1101 Guara t'd Ainlysis 10.00 14. 5 .i ..
I OfficialAnaly.-is 9.14 15.5.15 5 7

Blue Ribbon Feed......... 1102 Guaran!'; Analysis 10.501 9.75. 02.0r8
Of. ial A..alvsis... 8.96 i 0.7 01.71
i i I

W heat Bran .............. 1103 Guaranmi'i A i.ly i, 10.l001 14. S 4 .00
Of!icinl Ainlyss.. 7.90 14.1' 50G. 55

Cracker Mule Feed........ 1104 Guaiant'd Ail,. ,si 12.00 10.00 58.00
Official Analysis... 18.33 12.70 50. 00,
Victor Feed .............. 1105 Gnuarant'd Analsis 12.00; 7.50 (2.00
Officll Analysis.. 10.83 i 7.S G2.64

Fancy Feed .............. 1106 Guarani'd Analysis 4.00 13.501 51C.
jOffici; lual-ysis... 3.82 14.52 61i.18


..... ...... The Southern Oil Co., Pensa-
9.503 5.55 cola. Fla.

... ... ibc Co., Memphis,
4.453 4.291 Tenn.

4.41 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co., St.
4.0' 4.28 Louis, Mo.

4.009 .....The Dunlop Mills Co., Rich-
4.16' 5.18S mond. Va.

3.00 ..... Ra-yne Rice Milling Co., Rayne.
4.Si 11.206 La.

4.00. ...... Domestic Flour Milling Co., .
3.7S 6.61' Kranj a City, Mo.

3.75 ...... The Qulakri Oats Co., Chicago,
4.07T 3.52 Til.

3.58 ...... Yat, s & Donaldson Co.. Mem-
3.5S 5.41: plhis. Tenn.

3.50 ...... TIe Quaker Oats Co.. Chicago,
4.20i 3.62. I11.
I |
3.00. ..... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
3.021 3.8G; Ill.

3.o00 ...... Empire Mills Co., Columbus,
3.53 2.95 Ga.








OFFICIAL F"F1IJINCG STUFF" AN\IlYSE S, 1:i!L-- Co' tiinun l.


S: NAMi': \AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. MA\ UL -ACT U E.
I .. N UK ClACS L i1_1111.
S" i L
z1 -


Rice Flour .............. 1107' Cuin nr An v! s ;i 13.50 1 i, 0. 47. '0 9.010 ..... i P iclhard, Charleslon,
Offleiil Analyasi... 11.05 12.z i 10.:23 10.151 S. C.

Dairy Feed .............. iS G00 S. ...... 'li i : i;t;onal Sirar Feed: Co.,
Oftici.1l A.inalysis.. 12. 10 1 C. i i. .50 8.7.; 31e, l.;., Tenn.
In An' s I [ I !
Pure Winter Wheat Midi-i' l;iCiartn Anailys'isI.5 1. i .5 .. .i L. ITlliilay Milling Co.
dlings .................. fiC l Ana lysis.. i 3 7.S 2.27| 3.1: Cairo, Ill.

Boss Chop Feed ........... t110 ilaran'd i n lysis 11.00 '. i 00.' 3 .50...... Thlo Cror t W\V stcrn Cereal Co.,
S iOiteiil Analsis.. .2 7. 0'.i ;].!0 3.50 G. 07 C( icago, I11.

Ship Stuff ................ 1111 ;u-irant' d An !\.ys's 7.0' i l. ..'0 ...... Th" D)unlon Mills Co., Ricii-
Offii. Anil.,is. .. 6.12 1G.2 5 5. 1 4.00i 6.2!9 miolnd, Va.

Work-More Feed ....... 1112 'Guarn' An: lvsis 12.0' i0 0 s.0i 2 ...... The Qua! r Oats Co., Ciica:i-o,
O)fiac i Ai Ii, i .. 11.60 .i' 519.1' 3.75 3. O ll.

Pine Leaf Middlings....... 113 GIu' !;-a' d An 1 sis .l' 15.75 .A .21 ) I) 0 0 'nro illilg Co., Cairo. Ill.
S IOfficii Aiiysis... l 4.38 13S .,; .> .3s1 4.'1. W 5. 0)

Victor Feed ........ :1111 Gurin'd A al' si 12.0I 7.50' (2.00 03 ( ...... The Quakcr Oats Co.. Chicago.
'O fi l Aiaysia .i 9.31 9 .0! 63 3i' 3.451 3.76: Ill.








Tennessee Natural Feed.. 1115iGoutrant'd Analys;is 12.00i
OfgeiilAnaly ;.. 10.95

Protena Dairy Feed...... i. Cuarnim' Ana]ysis 14.00'
O0.iciaal hysi 12.00:

Star Feed ............. 'i17 Gu:iriantd Analysis 9.70
Official Analysis.. 8.10]

Purina Feed ..... .... 11liS Guarantd A An'lsis 8.90
Official Anilsi: .. 6.00

Star Ox Feed .... ... ... [119 Guaranid AnalyqisI 11.001
Official A al .sis.. 10.501

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1120 Guarant'd Analysis .......
S Official Analysis... 9.151

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1121 Guarant'd Analysis......
i official An lysis.. 10.95i

Cremo Horse & Mule Feed 1122 Gua'ant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis.. 12.00

Boss Chop Feed........... 1123 GCuarantd Analysis; 11.00
Official Analysis. .. 7.78

Pure Winter Wheat Mid-1124 Gnarant'd Analyslis 7.00
dlings .................. OI Of cial Analysis.. .i 6.00,
I 7 I
Pure Middlings .......... 1125 Guarant'd Anulysis. 7.25
iOfficial Analysis. .. 6.18!


10.00 55.50 3.50o ..... Union City Grain and Feed Co.,
10 75 53.67 3.51 5.10 Union City. Tenn.

20.00 4S.0 3.50 ...... IRalston Parina Co., St. Louis,
20.62 17.79 4.600 5.771 Ilo.

12.00 5 .7 0 3.0 ... Illinuis Fed Mills, St. Louis,
11.13 7.145 4.1 4 .,12 AMo.

12.00 5S.011 4.00 ...... R.alston Purina Co., St. Louis,
13.56 0.1>0 4.05 3.17 Mo.

14.00 60.00 3.500 ...... Illinois Fe, d Co., St. Louis, Mo.
15.02 56.41 3.07 4.42

38.621 ..... ....... ..... irmilngnam Oil Co., Birming-
39.011 28.52 6.82 6.S2 ham, Ala.

38.62 ).... ...... ... Georgia Cotton Oil Co., Colum-
37.3S : 1.06 6.17 5.55! bus, Ga.

10. 00 58.50 3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Co., St. Louis,
11.50 53.65, 4.04 7.051 1o.

8.00 6O.00 3.50 ...... The Great Western Cereal Co..
8.95 59.12 4.55 8.30 Chicago, 111.

16.00 56,00 4.001 ...... National Feed Co., St. Louis,
15.60 57.3; 3.26 5.401 Mo.

15.50 5.00 5. ...... Columbia Mill and Elevator Co.,
15.57 57.201 4.03 6.54 Columbia, Tenn.








OFFICIAL FEIEliNG `'" 'FF ANAL YSEiS. !':11 Ctinei.


NAME BAD NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. MANUFACTURERS.
1 0 J. h i '


Work-More Feed ......... 1126 Guarant'd AiVlJsi3 12.001 10.0 0 58.00 3.50...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
I OfficialAnailsi..1 !.47 10.9 57.921 3.1 4.75 Il1.

Cano Feed .............. 1127 Guarant'd AD:,iYii' 7. 59.00 3.50 ...... The Valley Milling Co., St.
Official Analysis... 10.93 :.35 61.32! 1.831 4.431 Louis, Mo.

Middlings ................ 11128|Guarant'd Analysisl 5.70 17.81 54.44 6.40 4.55Hecker- Jones -Jewell Milling c
Official Analysis... 5.87 18.87 57.63 4.63 4.051 Co., New York, N. Y. ,

"Pineleaf" Middlins...... 1129 Guarant'd Analysis 5.00 15.75 57.95 75 .. .. Cairo Milling Co., Cairo, Ill.
Official Analysis... .1.50 17.341 57.04! 5.021 6.25,

Perfection Horse Feed.. 1130Guarant'd Analysisi 12.00 10.50' 55.0 3. ...... Omaha Alfiln Milling Co..
Official Anal 1sis... 11.14 1 .12 7.01 2.7S 5.53 Omaha. Nbh

"Arab" Horse Feed......1131 Guarant'd Anls is' 15.00 9.00 59.00 2.00..... 3. C. Petpr- Mill Co.. Omn!ah
Official Analsis... 11.0 11.Go I ) .21 1.9' CR.87 Neb.

Suguration Stock Feed.... 1132 Guarant'dl Analtyis, 11.04 11.5 61.00 3.50 .... F. Pratrersc Co., Mem-
nffic'al -naysi ...! 12.309 11.73 57.71 3.S2 6.691 phis, Teun.

Sucrene Dairy Feed....... 133: Gul:i ant d An lys:s 12.u : 1;.501 6.00, :>.5' ...... American Miili Co. ', hiag" o.
Official Anay.v.i: .. 12.49' 16.90, 4li.21 .62, 9.3s Ill






Katl-Eat Dairy Feed ...... 134 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Standard Feed ........... 1135 Guarant'd Analysisi
Official Analysis...

Sucrene Horse & Mule FPeed 11:10 Guar:in! 'd A-aiysis
Official Al\ aly' is...

Hominy Feed ............ i (uarni'ial Analysis.
i Official Analysis.. .

Ceralfa Stock Feed ...... .1138 Guarant'd Analysis|
Official Analysis...
i I A l I
Pure Wheat Shorts........ l1139 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Dried Beet Pulp.......... 1140'Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Echo Stock Feed .......... .llll Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Choice Feed ............. [1-2 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Thoroughbred Feed ......1 143 Gunrant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Wheat Bran .............. 11441Guarant'd Analysis|
Official Analysis...


12.00
12.271

10.00
7.781

12.00
10.511


6.10

11.50
13.821

6.05
3.40

20.00
17.73'

12.00
10.73

7.97
10.09

6.56
6.74

9.501
9.z9


15.00 59.001
16.681 49.31

11.00. 58.001
11.82| 61.52

10.00 50.00
10.53 62.59,

10.50! 50.00
11.85 558.10

13.00i 55 .00
12.761 53.941

18.13 56.22'
17.111 59.561

8.00 60.001
8.12j 53.35|

11.25R 51.00o
13.16! 56.83

1.3.00i 54.001
12.0SI 57.471

15.05" 59.SI
16.90! 56.121

14.501 54.00!
14.8"! 55.021


3.50..... G. E. Patterson & Co., Mem-
2.71( 7.00 phis, Tenn.

4.50 ...... Standard Milling Co., St. Louis.
3.7' 3.29| Mo.

3.501..... American Milliin Co., Peoria.
4.36! 5.1 5 Ill.

10.00 ..... 'Liberty Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
10.3 5' .71

4.00 ..... IEdgar-Morgan Co.. Memphis,
3.61i 4.921 Tenn.

5.62 ....... Home Mill and Grain Co., 0
5.001 4.021 Mount Vernon, Ind. M

0.50 ...... IMichigan Sugar Co., Sebewa-
0.50, 7.97! ing, Mich.

3.50 ..... IG. E. Patterson & Co., Mem-
3.701 4.08S phis, Tenn.

2.951...... Empire Mills Co., Columbus,
3.97| 5.871 Ga.

3.34 ...... !Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lex-
4.42! 5.471 ington, Ky.

4.001......IThe Dunlop Mills, Richmond,
3.54 6.501 Va.













NAME. OR BRAND.




Invincible Feed ...........


Purina Chicken Chowdei
l'eed ..................

Kyome Feed ............


Katl-Eat Dairy Feed.....


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


Purina Molasses Feed ...


Cupon Horse Feed .....


M iddlings ...............


OFFICIAL iEU'II)ING STUi'FF' ANALYSES, 1q1--Continued.


0c -


.07 -- a i 1

11.5 ;Guairan d Analsis .i 8.00 15.o! G60.2L 4.301 ...... iH
Official Analysis.. 6.87. 15. 58 5(;.1l 4.501 5.53 k
i I I i I
r 1146 uarant'd An lysisi 9.00 16.0; 5;.(0 2.50 Ra
. Official Analysis... 8.12 17.7 ; 1.1 3. 6.50

.1147 Gunia nt'd Analysis 6.56 15.0.5 5!1. 8, 3.31 ...... Th
OfficialAnaly-.is.. 7.9Jj 15.:I 59i.01i 4.341 5.55 fo

.i1148 uarant'd Analysis 12.00; 13.0: 59.l 0l 3.00 ...... G.
Official Analysis.. 12.91 11.02 52.51i 3. 16 6.44 p1

.1149 Guarant'd 4nalysi. 10.00 12.00in 5S.00 3.00 ...... Nu
Official Analysis... 9.6-14 13.20, 51.51i 5.221 7.;8 1(

. 11501Guar it'd An l\sisI 0.001 11.50 59.0' 4.50 .... .Ral
Official An lysis... 8.'9 i' 2. 22 5.i.OS: 3.311 5.61| MA
I i I I

.!11551Guarant': Analysis 12.00; 10).", 55' 5,~ 3.25 ...... IKin
;Official Analysis... 9.1! 1! .22 9.27 2.5 5.70 N

.i11521Guarant'd Analysis: 3.So5 1 .12 5,7.3S 6.0 ...... C
Official Analysis... 6.82 i .22 56.75r 5.14 -1.20| t


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER



pkinsville Milling Co., Hop-
insville, Ky.

ston Purina Co., St. Louis,
0o.

J. E. M. Milling Co., Frank-
ort, Ky.

E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
his. Tenn.

triline Milling Co., Crow-
ey, La.

ston Purina Co., St. Louis,
Io.

gfalfa Mills, Nebraska City,
eb.

irleston Milling Co., Charles-
on. Mo.






Pure Winter Wheat Bran.. 11531Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Alla Fat ................ .1154 Guar'int'd Anilysis
Official Analysis.. .

Wheat Feed .............. 1155 Gurirant'd Annlysisl
|Official Analysis...I

U-N-I Dairy Feed.......... 1156 Giarnnt'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...

Work-More Feed ......... 1157 Guarant'd AnalysisI
i Official Analysis.. .
I
Samson Stock Feed ....... 1158 Guarant'd Analysisi
I Official Analysis. ..

Rice Flour ............... 1159 GO aranrt' Analysis
S Official Analysis...
Valley Poultry Food ...... 1.1601GuOnrant'd Analysisi
S Official Analysis...
U-N-I Feed "A" Grade ... 1161 iuarant'd Analysis,
Official Analysis...

Pure Alfalfa Meal.......' 1162!Onrnt'd Analysis'
I Official Analysis.. .

Planner Feed ............. 1163 Guarant'd Analysis!
S Official Analysis...


10.12i
9.511

10. 50
14.11;

8.001
6.55

11.851
12.791

12.001
11.721

12.001
10.291

13.50|
16.041

4.00
5.271

14.401
15.751

3.,00!
24.771

10.50
9.27


15.661 56.84
14.921 56.60

10.550 61.9 i
11.20 52.3 81

15.00 57.731
15.14 58.0)0

21.59 47. 31
21.32 47.98'

10.00| 58 00I
11.20 60.54,

16.001 40.00!
18.00 48.77i

10.001 47.00
10.44 45.0:3

10.00 65.00;
10.09 67.51'

13.031 53.47
13. 54.61

14.00' 3:,.00 |
13.8 37.01o

9.75 62.001
9.83 64.441


3.171 5.651Akin-Erskine Milling Co., Ev-
3.17! 5.17, ansville, Ind.
I I
3.75 ..... Just Milling & Feed Co., Nash-
3.01! 7.44 ville, Tenn.

3.fi68..... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta.
4.16 4.3S Ga.

3.98 ...... United Grocery Co., Jackson-
3.63 4.77 ville, Fla.

3.50.......The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
3.17 3.901 Ill.

4.00 ...... Webb & Maury, Memphis,
5.311 5.431 Tenn. c

9.00 ...... W. R. Prilchard, Charleston,
7.71 11.621 S. C.

3.50 ...... G. E. Patte-on & Co., Mem-
3.32! 2.79 phis, Tenn.

2.15 ...... United Grocery Co., Jackson-
3.001 3.'611 sonville, Fla.

1.20 ...... The Consolidated Alfalfa Mill.
2.041 9.50' ing Co., Newton, Kans.

3.75 ..... IThe Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.57! 3.191 I11.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.


SI.
a a
i?
I"Q
Ijc


Pure Wheat Bran......... 164Guarant'd Analysis:
Official Analysis...

Ballard's Shipstuff ....... 1165 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...4

Pure Wheat Shorts........ 1166 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Imperial Feed ............ 11671Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

Ballard's Bran ........... 1168 Guarant'd nalysisl
Official Analysis...

Rice Flour ............... 1169 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Omega Stock Feed........ 11701Cuarant'd Analysis1
I Official Analysis...
I .
Mazo Feed ............... 1171 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...i


NAME, OR BRAND.


9.501
8.63i

6.421
4.631

6.00
4.47

8.00
5.90

8.041
8.061

13. 50
11.371

12.00i
11.90,

12.00
10.52!


14.50 53.22i
14.48S 53.731

16.45! 58.00
15.451 61.661

16.00o 56.00-
15.71 59.15

13.00 60.00
14.26 61,99

15.7S 53.00
125.45 54.9 S

10.00 47. ;0
9. 0 51.00i

_1 .0 50. 00
12.299 52.00!

j0.00 60,001
10.97, 59.721


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.



4.75 ...... Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.,
3.431 8.48 Columbia, Tenn.

4.60 ......Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
3.84 3.97 ville, Ky.

4.00 ...... Tennessee Mills Co., Estell 0
4.77 3.75 Springs, Tenn.

4.00 .... Newport Mill Co., Loudon,
3.95 3.12 Tenn.

4.42 ...... Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
3.15 .5.801 ville, Ky.

9.00:. ..... G. Ponte & Co., New Or-
5..S6 11.45 leans, La.

5.00 ...... Webb & Maury, Memphis,
4.51 7.13 Tenn.

.00 ......The Great Western Cereal Co..
2.001 4.39 Chicago, Ill.






Mlanna Alfalfa ........... 11721Guarant'd Analysis1
I Official Analysis...
i I *
coupon Horse Feed....... .1173 Guarant'd ALalysis1
Official Analysis...

Dixie Scratch Feed........ 117i Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...

"Arab" Horse Feed....... 1175iGuarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...

Sugaration Stock Feed .... GGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

"Nulife" Horse and Mule 1177 Guarant'd Analysis
Feed ................... Official Analysis...

Stafolife Horse and Mule 1178 Guarant'd Analysis'
Feed ................... Official Analysis..

Action Horse Feed..... 1179 Guarant'd Analysis:
S Official Analysis.. i

White Shorts ............ illS0 Guarant'd Analysis
j Official Analysis...
Pure Wheat Bran........ 1181iGuarant'd Analysis!
Official Analysis...

Pure Wheat Bran......... 1182'Ouarant'd Analysis1
I Official Analysis...


11.501
13.50i

12.001
13.96;

4.600
2.021

15.00
10.883

11.041
13.341

12.00
9.44

12.00
12.021

17.501
12.401

5.70
5.36

9.001
9.451

10.001
9.901


13.00u 55.00
1.92O 51.01O

10.25: 55.0oi
13.161 53.b3

1u.00 66.00
9.(,51 58.41i

9.00 59.001
9.78 5S.621

11 .65 64.00
11.07i 51.841

11.00 53.001
11.00 55.491

11.00 53.00o
12.21; 52.14

11.00 50.00o
!1.4, 58.04

17.81' 54.44
17.551 55.72

16.0 54.001
16.941 53.21

14.50 56.00|
16.671 53.751


4.001...... J. B. Edgar Grain Co., Mem-
2. 65 5.41 phis, Tenn.

3.25 ...... Kingfalfa Mills, Nebraska City,
2.751 5.32 Neb.

3.40 ...... Just Milling & Feed Co., Nash
2.87 17.15 ville, Tenn.

2.00)...... M. C. Peters Mill Co., Omaha,
!.021 3.25 Neb.

3.50 ...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem
4.061 4.43 phis, Tenn.

5.00 ...... Stafolife Feed & Milling Co.,
6.011 6.99, New Orleans, i a.

5.00......Stafolife Feed & Milling Co.,
6.291 6.861 New Orleans. La.
I 1
3.00 ...... Commonwealth Feed Mills
4.03! 4.151 Co., St. Louis, Mo.

6.0 4.55 ecker Jones Jewell Milling
6.92| 4.471 Co., New York, N. Y.

4.00 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co., St.
3.251 6.55| Louis, Mo.
I i
4.001...... Domestic Flour Mills Co., Kan-
3.021 6.05 sas City, Mo.








OFFICIAL F1, DING STU'l A\NALYS1EZS, 1911-Continued.


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND I MANUFACTURER.
S- -ANUFACTURER.
i g ri -. -
Oi .. ..I I 4.00 .. M
Dreadnought Wheat Bran. l1183 Cuarn.t'd Analysis 9.501 14.50: 55.0 4.00 ..... Hunter-Robinson-Wenz Milling
OfficialAnalysis... 7.78 15.27i 58.0' 3.071 5.63 Co., St. Louis, Mo.

Star Feed ................ 1184 Giarant'd Analvsis 9.70 12.00 5700 3.80...... Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis,
Official Analysis... 9.07 1,.94 61.33' 3.32 4.12, Mo.

Creino Brand Cotton Seed 1185 nIuaraanit' Analvsis ...... 20.00 30.01 5.00 .. ... Tennessee Fibre Co., Memphis, c
Meal ................... iOffici.l Analysis...| 19.26 22.551 39.27 4.27i 5.421 Tenn.
Pure Corn Crops.......... 1186 Garant'd Analysis 3.0 9.00 70.00 4.20 ...... Kimball C real Co., Kansas
Official Analysis.. 1.871 9.041 73.901 3.47I 1.52 City, Mo.

Star Middlings ........... 1187 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 15.00! 54.04 4.42 5.05 Star & Crescent Milling Co.,
Official Analysis.. 7.891 16.851 54.011 4.412 5.051 Chicago, Ill.

Pelican Dairy Feed........ 11S8 uarant'd Analysis 11.001 IS.00 49.00 3. 75 ...... Rayne Rice Milling Co., Rayne,
Official analysis ... 11.')' 17.991 45.923 4.951 S.60 La.
I aI a I I
Perfection Horse Feed.... l1189: G ni'rt'd Analysis 12.001 10.50' 55.00 3.50....... maha Alfalfa Milling Co.,
Official Analysis... 11.18 12.111 58.97 2.15 6.491 Omaha, Neb.
I i I
Choice Feed ............. 1190'Gnarant'd Analysis! 7.971 13.00 54.001 2.95i .... Empire Mills Co., Columbus,
I Official Analysis... 8.031 12.951 60.131 3 521 4.071 Ga.







Invincible Feed .......... 1191 Guarant'd Analysis: 8.001
S Official A lysis.. 7.00

Premium Stock Feed...... 11921Gnruit'd AnalyJlsi 8.50j
Official Analysis... 7. U00

Stayrite Feed ............ 1193 Gnarant'd Analvsis 10.50
Official Analyis... 9.89i

Corno Horse & Mule Feed 1l-tl' uarant'd Analvsis 12.00,
Official Analysis... 14.121

Pure Winter Wheat Bran. 1195 C-Onrnnt'Id A:ysis 9.50
Official A8ullysi .. 8.491

M. Middlings ............. 1196 GTiarani',d ,nv isl 5.70
Officia! .\ i!ys:. 6.931

Boss .'eed ............... 11197 uarn:t'di A ,l!y :s' 9.00
iOffcial nal sis,.. 9.53

Mazo Feed ............... 1198 1(uiaralt'id An ysis 12.001
Officiali Analyis.. 14.21

M. Middlings .............119 Ci, ar: nt'rl aivsis 5 701
/Officia l A. ilysis.. G.66

Manner Alfalfa .......... 1200 : srant'd Aiiil'sis 11.50t
Oftficial .Anal\ysi .. 10.521


15.04
15.97T

12.130
12.11!

3.75
9.92'

10.00
10.84

14.50


17 .81
17.201

10.00,
S.7S

10 00'
10.58

17 81i
17.20

" W
14.00,
14.24


60.241
57.021

60 10
64 .6

C2. 00


5: 50,
50.011
51;. 01o

50.0

51.11
54.785

00.000





51. 44'
5(; .i)

55. 00
53.221
1


4.30 ...... Hnpkinsville Milling Co., Hop-
4.81, 4.SO; kinsville, Ky.

4.00 .... iCairo Milling Co., Cairo, Ill.
2.58; 4.421

3.75 ..... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.721 3.201 Ill.

3.50. ...... :Th Corno Mills Co., St. Louis.
5.41: 4.32 Mo.

4.00 ...... Stand 'rd-Tilton Milling Co.,
3.501 5.20 St. Louis, Mo.

6.41il 4.Si Hecker-Jonrs-JIewell Co., New C,
5.101 4.23 York, N. Y. o

4.00 4.00 Tho Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.8'8 2.S7 Ill.

3.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
4.23 3.92; Ill.

6.401 4,.5. !Ilcker-.Tone.JTewell Co., New
4.65 4.42, Ill. York, N. Y.

4.001 .. .. B. E gar G:r;in Co., Mem-
4.52 6.661 phis, T











NAME, OR BRAND.



Dandy Middlings ........

Wheat Feed .............


Victor Feed .............


Cotton Seed Meal secondn
class .................

Cotton Seed Meal ........


Victor Feed .............

Premium XXXX Stock Foo


Invincible Feed .........


OFFICIAL FEEDING; STUFF ANALYSES, 1911-Continued.


Sa NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER

I i- I I I
.1201CGuarant'd Analysis: 6.00 15.(i0 55.00 1.00 ...... Washburn-Crosby Co.. Louis-
Official Analysis~ ... 2.97 16.32 683.65 2.60 3.89 ville, Ky.

.11202 iuaran.'d Analysis .00 34. 57.00 3.501. ...... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta,
S fficialAnalys .s.. 6.96 15.1, 57.64 3.33 6.17 Ga.

.1203 Gunrant'd. AnalsiV 12.00, 7.50, G2. 00 3.0 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Official Analysis... 12.671 S.69, 59.70 Ill. o

d 1204 (Guarant'd Analysis .....I .20.80 ...... ...... ..... Valdosta Oil Co., Valdosta, Ga.
S Official Analysis... 3.79 2:3.17' 32.99 5.15 5.85

1205 Guarant'd Analysi........ 23.001 30.00 4.50 ...... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
Official Analsis... 17.51 23.96 36.98 5.76 7.19 Savannah, Ga.

.1206Guarant'd Analyss 12.00 7.50 62.00 3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Official Au.lysis... 11.501 8.70i 3.6 3.22 3.42 111.

d 1207 Gnurat'i Anlysis 12.n 10.50 58.001 3.50 ...... Cairo Milling Co., Cairo, Ill.
Official Analysis... 15.72 10.SO0 54.94 3.00 4.72i
S II I i
.1208Guarant'd Analysis 8.00 15.01 60.241 4.30 ...... Hopkinsville Milling Co., Hop-
Official Analysis... 8.701 15.700 63.69 5.00 5.4, kinsville, Ky.







Cotton Seed Meal......... 1209 Guarant'd Analysis ......
OfficilalAnalysis... 11.20

Kyome Feed .............. 1210 Guarant'd Analysis 6.56
Official Analysis... 6.151

Stafolife Horse Feed...... 1211 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 13.48

Standard Feed ........... 1212 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 10.29

Sucrene Dairy Feed....... 1213 Guarant'd Analysis 12.001
Official Analysis.. 12.221
"Arab" Horse Feed....... 1214 Guarant'd Analysis 15.00
Official Analysi... 11.80

Standard Feed ........... 1215 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 10.62

Nutriline Stock Feed..... 1216!Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 11.74|

Standard Grade Cotton Seed 1217 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Meal ................... Official Analysi..... .

Globe Gluten Feed ....... 1218 Guarant'd Analysis ......
OfficialAnalysis... 6.931

International Horse & Mule 1219 Guairant'd Analysisl 12.00
Feed ...................I Official Analysis... | 14.501


31.921 .. .... ...... Farmers Oil & Grain Co., Sau-
35.36 31.26 6. 64 6.11| dersville, Ga.

15.05 59.98 3.34 ...... The J. E. M. Milling Co., Frank-
15.62 57.-44, 3.75 5.52 fort, Ky.

11.00 53.00 5.00 ...... Stafolife Feed & Milling Co.,
9.62 55.59 3.24 8.73 New Irleans, La.

11.50 57.00 4.50 ...... Standard Feed Mills, St. Louis,
10.551 59.03 J.21 5.67 Mo.

16.50 46.00 3.50 ...... American Milling Co., Chicago,
16.48 50.48' 3.39 8.80 111.

10.00 59.00 2.00 ...... M. C. Peters Mills Co., Omaha,
11.19 58.17 2.20 4.07 Neb.

11.50 57.001 4.50 .... Standard Feed Mills, St. Louis,
10.89! 59.22 2.81 5.33 Mo.

11.00 53.00 4.50 .......Nutriline Mills Co., Crowley,
12.73 53.22 4.34 6.591 La.

3.92 .. ... ... .. .... Valdosta Oil Co., Valdosta, Ga.
38.35 .... .. ..

24.00 51.00 2.50 ..... Corn Products Refining Co., New
34.22 40.45 3.761 4.48i York, N. Y.

12.50 50.00 3.50 ...... International Sugar Feed Co.,
14.17 49.45 4.47 6.771 Memphis, Tenn.








o/FICI'. FEi'~:-G ST F ANALY: S.

I.
NAME, OR BRAND. .= -




Momylk Dairy Feed....... 1220 ;u;ra"lt'dAnl s 10 0 ls 10. !S. 0
Of')f i l An i,'l s... 5.-1! i.i7T 4 .22
i i
Steinmesch Mixed Fe .... 1221 Cu:rant! 'ay is ..i I 5.0
O (filicil \5 !. sis... 5 ^ 13.0 L.-







Star Feed .......... ... 12 4 ,i Anal s 9. 12. 0 57.00
Official An;lly is 9. 2 11.57' 7 .7 -17

W heat Bran ........ ..... 12 Gu 'pll laidi 1'.1 .1 0 52.00
O ffi( i .l 1'1 .l i .." 1 1. 1 4- i 1 I.

Ko-Pres-Ko .............. 1226 G' nr id \ sily 17.' 0 :2.0Mi l.0
I Official n lys 2..5' 22.7,93 : 1.71

Pure Winter Whea Bran.. 1 227 n a'r;i d ;nl 12.0 15.,6 56.
I 'O !ficih Ani]1 s S .7 15.(2' 44.10!


if1 1- Coniinuce.ui


N \ME Ni)D ADDRESS OF
S MANUFAI'CTURERi



3.50 ...... iNu: liiie Milling C,.. Crowley.
0.40 7.49' L;'.

1.50 ...... S ei :i'n e, i eed Co.. St. Li:uls,
.7, G 0.00 : ,i

:.0 ...... Thi 'u;ker Oais (Co., Chicago, .
'.25 :.00 1i.

3.50. ..T....h- Cono -il Co. S Louis,
;.:1.34 .041 3 0:M .

00 ... Ill.i.. oi s F r'd Mills, St. Louis,
1.1-4 :. 22' Io.

-.00 ..... !The J C. L.sl' :iill!ig Co.
?.5:| 6.17! L:aven' -ort]h, Ka1 -.

o.55 ...... unier' nl Oil & F 'rtilizer Co.,
S.27 .!7 V ;iigton. N. C.

.17 ...... Akin-E skim, Milliln Co.. Ev-
2. 41:1 C. 40l' ansville. Ind.







Monarch Stock Feed ...... I228(Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.. .

Protena Dairy Feed ...... 12291Gun rant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Wichita Pure Alfalfa Meal 1230 G':ranit'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Pure Wheat Shorts ....... 1231 (Ourant'd A-alysis
O ficial Analysis..

Pure Wheat Bran ........ 1232 Guarant'd Analysisi
OffcialAnalysis..

Ballard's Shipstuff ........ 1233 Guanit'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Pure Wheat Middlings .... 131 iGuairat'd Aualy-si
lOfficial Analysis. .

Cotton Seed Meal .......... 1235: GuCrant'd Analysis!
Official Analysis..

Pure Winter Wheat Fancy 1.236 Giaalnt'd Ana lysis
Shorts ........ ......... Offici l Ai ly is.. .

Boss Feed ................ 12371Gua rant'd Analysisi
Official Analysis.. .

Pure Alfalfa Meal ....... 123SGuiaCrant'd Analysisc
lOfficial Analysis...I


11.50 13.00| 55.00U
14.2:, 11.711 52.85



Si >
1-.00| 1 .nl !S
11." 0 21.51 -I; .71

30.0 1 1.2'0 :i .00
25.61 15.:;1 36.97

6.00 16.00 00.
6..0- 17...55 54.74

9.50 1 1.501 5:.22
10.301 14.30 54.761

6.-12 1 .15. 58. M
5.3 .1 IG.501 5S.O

66.001 51 6;2 -o0


6 21 .. I .-0 '
11.39 ;s.;s i

3.900 16.:6G 62.6;G
6.53 16..50 55.97,

12.001 S.0 62. 00
10.83 8 .25 ?I. ''

113.00 1- .00| 33.00!
24.64' 15 IOl .-1.051


4.00 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co.. Memphis,
3.33' 5.621 Tenn.

3.50 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
3.89 4.65 MIo.

1.50 ...... Th1i ichila Alfalfa Stock Food
1.48 8.5S Co., Wichita. Kan.

4.00 ...... Tenne.ssee Mills Co.. Estill
4.911 5.10 Springs, Tenn.

4.75. ...... Columobia Mills & Elevator Co.,
3.11 6.092 Columbia, Tenn.
I 1
4.60...... Ballard & Ballard Co., Louis-
3.801 3.2 ville, Ky. :

4.00 ......The Dunlop Mills Co., Clarks-
4.221 3.50 ville, Tenn.

.... ...... Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jackson-
S.6S 5.55 ville, Fla.

4.501 3.15 Akin-Erskine Milling Co.. Ev-
5.02 5.061 ansville, Ind.

3.00 ......The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
3.19 3.52 Ill.

1.20. ......The Consolidated Alfalfa Mill-
2.2', 7.47 iiL Co.. Newton. Kan.







OFFICIAl. FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 19l--Continued.


N OR BRAN. NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. MANUFACTURERS.


Pure Wheat Bran......... 1239 Guiarant'd Analysisi 9.50. 14.50 50.00' 4.00..... Mountain City Mills Co., Chat-
.Official Anolvsis...l 8.70', 15.62 54.29! 4.00 6.89 tanooga, Tenn.

Victor Feed .............. 1240Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 7.50 62.00. 3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
'Official Analysis... S7.57i S.25 67.7; 3.20! 3.121 Ill.

Gano Feed ............... .1241!Gu:ranit' d analysis ...... ..50 59.00 .5 ..... The Valley Milling Co., St.
Official Analysis... 9.50i 9.04 65.47 .40' 4.35. Louis, Mo. ^

Homeo Feed .............. 1242 Guarant'd AnalysiI 7.00 9.50 67.891 7.00 ...... American Hominy Co., Indian-
Official Analysis...i 8.412 10.23 65.75 8.421 2.90 apolis, Ind.

Corno Horse & Mule Feed 124:CGuarant'd A alysis 12.00 10.00. 5. 50 2.50 ...... The Corno Mills Co., St. Louis.
OfficialAnalysis... 15.7; 10.53' 50.2.4 3.22 4.02 i Mo.

Star Feed ................ 1244-Guaranut'd Analysis! 9.70' 12.00! 57.00 3.S01 ...... llinois Feed Mills, St. Louis.
Official Analsis... 9.82! 12.16 59. 91 3.03 3.56. Mo.

Purina Feed ............. 1245 arant'd An lsis 9.80 2.50 5S. .00 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis
Official \na, sis.. 10.791 12.94 58.13! 4.42; 3.521 Mo.

Derby Feed ........ 12 i, Ginrant'd An alysis 15.0l 10.00 i:;.0 4 .5 ...... Stafolife Fced & Milling Co..
Official Ana.ly,.sis... 13.05 1 .1 5. 1, .92' 1.11 ,. (7' Nrw Orrlans. La.








DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE--DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FOOD AND DRUG SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1911. A. M. HENRY, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under SrJction 10. Act Approved June 7, 1909.
ALCOHOLIC DRINKS.


LABEL.


SMANUFACTU i E R.


ai
-0
C,


FROM.


366 Wine ..... ..... ..........

367 Lager Beer ................. .. \,ne Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.!

3bS Poinsetta ........... ........ Thei Purity Extract and Tonic
Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
370 Real Sidra Astuiiana. ......... .. lJosr Cima y Garcia, Oviedo.
,i pa! !
372 Florida Bud-less than 2% alcohol The Fi-rida Brewiiig Co.. Tanm-
pI Fla.
373 Florida Bud-less than 2% alcohol Th- Floridn Brewing Co., Tam-r

374 Florida Bud-less than 2% alcohol The Foridla Brewv in; Co.. Tam-'
a l F1ta.
376 Pilsener Beer .................., The Ehling Brewingo Co.. Newi
York, N. Y.


10.72:L. L. Simms, St. Augustine.

2.9C.Tosoph Nahoo:i, Tallahassee.

0.00 A. Reid 'Whis:ey Co., Pensacola.

4.67 The Florida Brewing Co., Tampa.

1.25 1V. S. Preston, Barlow.


1.401W. S. Preston, BPrtow.

1.58 L. C. Bowers, Mayor Ft. Meade.

3.95 G. R. Calahan, Sanford.










ALCOHOLIC DRINKS-Continued.


[MANUFACT URER


~uo
re
,r
s
osr.
O
;)
"h
it
1 "


378 Beer ...................... .. The Jung Brewing Co.. Cincin-
n nati, O.
379 Cider ....................... ... ................ .. .. .

380ICider ......................... .................. ... ......

381 Cider ............................. ............ ...........

1001Beer ....................... ... ......... ...... ........

1005 White Top Beer............... New Orleans Brewing Co.,
New Orleans. La.
1008 Florida Bud.-less than 2% alco-IThe Florida Brewing Co.,
hol. I Tampa. Fia.
1010!White Top Near Beer-lesslThe Capiiol Brewing & Ice Co,
I than 2,- alcohol. Montgomery. Ala.
10121Apple Cider ................... ..........................

1013 G rape C ider ....... ... ..... .. .. .. ..........

10141W ine ....................... .......


1.701J. A. Van Pelt, Pensacola.

9.59 E. S. Wright, Monticello.

9.591E. S. Wright, Monticello.

4.691E. S. Wright, Monticello.

2.531.T. H. Rickerson, Live Oak.

3.93;.,. P. Galloway, Ocala.

1.19|Geo. F. Smith & Sons, Avon Park.

3.41|WValdicl.er & Griffith, Sanford.

7.16 W. L. Long, Ft. Myers.

7.17 \. L. Long. Ft. Myers.

11.17 T. 1. Moody. Bunnell.


I~ABEL.


FROM.







MISCELLANEOUS.

No. LABEL. RESULTS. FROM


269 Ambrosia Table Syrup .......... Sucrose ..................... 3.77% B .G. Merrill, st. Cloud.

371 Butter ......................... Index of refraction at 200 C.. 1.4C08 J. C. C. Downing, Tallahassce.

375iOlive Oil ........................ ndex of refraction at 15' C... 1.4710 A. M. Henry, Tallahassee.

u771Hog Feed ........... ...... .. Arsenic-considerable amount present G. H. Watson, Wauchula.
I Saccharin ................ I
1002 Canned Succotash .............. Salicylic acid.............. absent Wallace R. Moses, West Palm Beach.
Benzoic acil.............. j

Saccharin ................ 1
1003 Canned Tomatoes ............. .a Salicylic acid. ............ ; absent Wallace R. Moses. We ;t Palm Beach.
SBenzoic acid ............. )

1004 Kada Yaga.................... .Water ...................... 10.62, UAlox Clark, River Junction.
Crude fiber ................. 1.07%'
Ash ......................... 4.95%
Protein ...................... 43.65%,
Nitrogen Free ExtraIt.-.. ... .. ... 34-,
F at ......................... 0 .37% ,
IMicroscopic examination s' ows it to
Iie a mixture of barley malt, gelatin
and lactose.

1006 Capsule ........................ Contains quinine and pov-t'er 'd aloes W V. Knott, Tallahassee.













No. LABEL.


1007 Green ointment.... .........



1009 Linseed oil.....................


1011 Vanilla Extract................

1015 Butter ........................

1016 Juice of Parson Brown Oranges-
Bluebird Brand.






1017 Juice of Parson Brown Oranges-
Cardinal Brand.


MISCELLANEOUS-Continued.

RESULTS.


FROM.


A dilute Belladonna ointment. Con-W. V. Knott, Tallahassee.
tains atropine in a base of ben-i
zoinated lard.

Ash ....................... 0.055% A. B. Lees, Leesburg.
Iodine Number ............ 189.00

Pure vanilla extract ................ Wm. J. Krome, Marathon.

SIndex of refraction at 25 C...1.4609 C. D. Robinson, Tallahassee.

Total Acids, as citric acid |W. C. Temple, Tampa.
(g. per 100 c c) ......... .. 0.6255 C
Reducing Sugars, as invert
sugar (g. per 100 c c) ....... 4.63
Sucrose (by reduction) (g. per
100 c c).................... 6.93
Total Sugars (g. per 100 c c). .11.56

-Total Acids, as citric acid 1W. C. Temple, Tampa.
S (g. per 100 c ) ............. 0.56301
IReducing Sugars, as invert
Sugar (g. per 100 c c) ...... 4.18
Sucrose (by reduction) (g. per
100 c c)... ... .......... 6.16
ITotal Sugars (g. per 100 c) .10.4


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]. 18 Coffee ..,\ater (%) .. 5.97'!'riumli' Mill', Taipa.
|Fat (%) .... 9.6'J
|Crude Fiber (/) ..... 18.17
Protein (n x 6.25) I. .17.551
lAsh (% ) ............... 3..G5
SMicroscopic examination detects no1
|adulteranits, 1













I. E. ROSE, State Chemist.







LABEL.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTU
FOOD AND
Samples Taken by State Inspctor Und
OFFICIAL
APPLE



MANUFACTURER.


523 Goodwin's Apple Butter .......... The Goodwin Preserving Co., Louis-
ville, Ky.
534 Libby's Apple Butter............. Libby, McNeill & Libby, C..cago, 111.
II
;(;7;Webster Brand Apple Butter.... Webster Canning and Preserving Co.,i
SWebstPr, N. Y. |




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