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Title: Florida quarterly bulletin of the Agricultural Department
Uniform Title: Avocado and mango propagation and culture
Tomato growing in Florida
Dasheen its uses and culture
Report of the Chemical Division
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Florida quarterly bulletin of the Department of Agriculture
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Language: English
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Publication Date: -1921
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    State chemist's report
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    Regulations governing the taking and forwarding of fertilizer or commercial feeding stuff samples to the commissioner of agriculture
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    Average composition of commercial feed stuffs
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    Commercial state values of feed stuff
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VOLUME 24


FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLETIN


JANUARY 1, 1914

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.


W. A. McRAE
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE


REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL DIVISION.



R. E. ROSE
STATE CHEMIST


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


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


These Bulletins Are Issued Free to Those Requesting Them


T. J. Appleyard, State Printer,
Tallahassee, Fla.
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STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT, 1913.


Tallahassee, Fla., January 1, 1914.

To His Excellency,
Park Trammell, 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,
1913:
The report of the State Treasurer, shows the sale of
inspection stamps covering 213,728.04 tons of Commercial
Fertilizers and Cotton Seed Meal-
Amounting to ............................. $53,432.01
And 137,156.44 tons of Commercial Feeding
Stuffs-
Amounting to ............................. $34,289.11

A total revenue of ...................... 87,821.12
paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the General
Revenue Fund. From which is to be deducted the total
expenses of the Chemical Division, incident to the execu-
tion of the Fertilizer, Feed Stuff, and Pure Food and
Drug Laws, including the expenses of the Immature
Citrus Fruit Law ($2,134.96), a total expense of
$19,072.01, showing a balance of $68,649.11 paid into the
General Revenue Fund of the State. A summary of these
expenditures will be found on the succeeding page. A
detailed Financial Report will be found on the last pages
of this report.


15 7












FINANCIAL REPORT.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF CHEMICAL
DIVISION, 1913.

Salary of the State Chemist.................. $ 2,750.00
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 .... 1,650.00
Salary three Food and Drug Inspectors....... 3,574.73
Salary Clerk Chemical Division .............. 900.00
Traveling expenses three Food and Drug In-
spectors ................................. 2,162.05
Samples and Incidentals, Pure Food Depart-
ment .................... ............... 1,411.44
Chemicals, Apparatus and Incidentals, State
Laboratory .................... ........ 953.83
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assist-
ants ......................... ........... 800.80
Postage State Chemist ...................... 134.20
Salaries of four Citrus Fruit Inspectors....... 1,083.32
Traveling Expenses Citrus Fruit Inspectors... 1,008.38
Apparatus and Incidentals Citrus Fruit ...... 43.26

Total Expenses Chemical Division.......... $19,072.01
Unexpended to Credit of Gen. Rev. Fund...... 1,777.99

Total Appropriations for 1913............ .$20,850.00

Total Revenue Chemical Division.............. $87,721.2
Total Expenses Chemical Division............ 19,072.01

Balance to credit of General Revenue...... .$68,649.11












APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURES.



Your attention is called to the considerable difference
between the sums carried in the "Pure Food and Drugs
Law" (Section 10 and 11, $25,500.00); and $19,700.00-
the sum estimated as necessary in the budget prepared
by this Division; accepted by the Appropriation Com-
mittee, and fixed by the Legislature, for the support of
the Chemical Division, in the execution of the Pure Food,
Fertilizer, Stock Feed and Cotton Seed Meal Laws, per
annum, from July 1st, 1913, to June 30th, 1915--a differ-
ence of $5,800.00 per annum in excess of the budget.
This $19,700.00, together with $2,500.00, appropriated
for the expenses for Citrus Fiuit Inspection, fixes the
total appropriation for the Chemical Division, per annum,
July 1, 1913, to June 30, 1914, at............. $22,500.00
Sum carried in Pure Food Law, not approved
by Appropriation Committee and Legisla-
ture, July 1, 1913, to June 30, 1915........ 25,500.00
Citrus Fruit Law ........................ .. 2,500.00

Apparent appropriation .................. $28,000.00
In excess of estimates ..................... 5,800.00

Actual appropriation, 1913 .................. $20,850.00
Actual expenditures ........................ 19,072.01
1913 appropriation, not expended ............ 1,777.99

$20,850.00



Expenses Chemical Division, 1913 ............ $19,072.01
To credit of General Revenue................68,649.11

Total Receipts, 1913 ................... .. $87,721.12












SUMMARY OF

ANALYTICAL REPORT, 1913.

The following analyses were made during the year:
Official samples fertilizers ....................... 58
Special samples fertilizers (sent in by citizens).... 272
Official samples feed stuff ....................... 217
Special samples feed stuff (sent in by citizens).... 26
Official food and drug samples ................... 151
Special food and drug samples (sent in by citizens) 56
Official samples citrus fruit ..................... 5
Special samples citrus fruit (sent in by citizens).. 188
W ater samples ................................. 26
Miscellaneous samples (sent in by citizens)........ 100

Total number analyses ...................... 1099
It will be noted that the "Special Sample" of fertilizer,
feeds, foods and drugs, sent in by citizens of the State,
has materially increased, showing an increased demand
on the part of the citizen for specific information on these
subjects, of such vital importance-economical and other-
wise.
The Florida Law is peculiar in this respect, permitting
the submission of such samples by the citizen, only re-
quiring that the sample shall be properly drawn, duly
authenticated, and properly transmitted, in order to pre-
vent the submission of spurious or fake samples, as pro-
vided by Section 12, of the Pure Food and Drugs Law.

FERTILIZERS.
Frank T. Wilson, B. S., Analyst.

Official samples fertilizer ....................... 58
Special samples fertilizers ....................... 272

Total analyses fertilizer department .......... 330













The 48 samples of complete fertilizer drawn by the
State Chemists and Inspectors had the following average
composition and guarantee.
Available
Ammonia. Phos. Acid. Potash.
Official analysis ........ 4.09% 6.38% 7.79%
Guarantee .............. 3.85% 5.76% 7.49%
Excess above guarantee.. 0.24% 0.52% 0.30%

Average State value found, per ton..... .$29.23
Average State value guaranteed, per ton.. 27.47

EXCESS 0.20% ABOVE GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers exceeding the guarantee
0.20% (twenty points), as follows
In Ammonia .................24 samples, or.... 50.0%
In Available Phosphoric Acid..34 samples, or.... 70.8%
In Potash ................... 29 samples, or... .60.4%

DEFICIENCY 0.20% BELOW GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers below guarantee 0.20%
(twenty points, as follows:
In Ammonia ................. 5 samples, or. ... 10.4%c
In Available Phosphoric Acid.. 6 samples, or.... 12.5%
In Potash (K20) ...........16 samples, or ... .33.3%

COMMERCIAL STOCK FEED.

E. Peck Greene, B. S., Analyst.

The following analyses have been made (luring the year:
Official samples feed stuff ....................... 218
Special samples feed stuff ........................ 26

Total analyses Feed Department ................ .244












The average composition of the official samples was as
follows:
Starch and
Protein. Sugar. Fats.
Official analysis ............ 14.86 57.10 3.83
Guaranteed analysis ........ 13.76 55.42 3.08

Average Excess ........... 1.10 1.67 0.74
We find the official samples of feed stuffs exceeded the
guarantee 0.20% (twenty points-, as follows:
In Protein ................. 137 samples, or... 53.91%
In Starch and Sugar........115 samples, or.... 57.78%
In Fats ................... 90 samples, or....44.55%
There was a deficiency of 0.20% (twenty points), as
follows:
In Protein ................. 13 samples, or.... 6.91%
In Starch and Sugar........ 70 samples, or.... 35.17%
In Fats ................... 47 samples, or ... .23.26%

FOODS AND DRUGS.

A. M. Henry, B. S., Analyst to June 10.
S. Heimburger, M. S., B. S.
Official food and drugs samples .................. 151
Special food and drugs samples .................... 60
Official citrus fruit samples ....................... 5
Special citrus fruit samples ...................... 188
W ater samples ................. ................ 26

Total food and drugs samples....................430

Official Food Samples-Legal ..............117 or 75%
Official Food Samples-Illegal............. 34 or 22%
Official Food Samples-Passed............. 5 or 3%
The 34 illegal samples were principally misbranded,
failing to state net weight or measure.
Adulterated and misbranded........................ 3












M isbranded ...................................... 34
Immature citrus fruit samples reported.............. 4
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.
Only such materials as are of public interest are
analyzed by the State Laboratory, such as are directed by
the Pure Food, the Fertilizer, and Stock Feed Law.
There are no fees or charges of any kind made by the
State Laboratory.
The State Laboratory is not permitted to compete with
commercial laboratories.
No commercial work of any kind is accepted.
The State Laboratory does not analyse samples for
individual account wherein the public is not interested.
Such samples should be sent to a commercial laboratory.

FERTILIZERS.

It will be noted that the average of the officially drawn
samples of fertilizer show a slightly less guaranteed per-
centage in Ammonia as compared to the season of 1912,
the average guarantee for 1912 being 4.05%, for 1913,
3.85%.
A decrease is also shown in Available Phosphoric Acid.
The 1912 average guarantee was 6.18%, that for 1913
was 5.76%.
In Potash, the average guarantee increased. In 1912,
it was 6.80%, while for 1913, it was 7.49%.
The excesses-.20% above guarantee-have materially
increased, while deficiencies-.20% below guarantee-
have proportionately decreased, showing a more careful
manipulation of the raw materials, better grinding and












mixing, and particularly more efficient chemical and
technical control of factories, most, if not all, have
modern grinding and mixing apparatus and employ com-
petent chemists to check raw materials and manufactured
goods.
The average guaranteed "state value" of the "official
sample" has decreased as compared to the season of 1912,
$1..97 per ton.
The official analysis shows a decrease of $1.96 per ton
as compared to 1912.
The average excess value of all the official samples above
"guarantee" is $1.76 per ton.
Practically 6% in excess of guaranteed. value.'
Ammoniates.
It will be noted that the market prices of all organic
Ammoniates have materially increased, while nitrates and
ammoniated salts are quoted at practically the same
figures as for 1912.
The synthetic nitrates and ammoniates-"Cyanamid,"
Nitrate of Lime, etc., are now being offered in competi-
with natural nitrates, and ammoniates, and will doubt-
less in the future have considerable influence on the prices
of fixed nitrogen for fertilizing and technical purposes.

Special Samples of Fertilizers.

There was an increase in "special samples" sent in by
purchasers, under Section 9, of the Fertilizer Law, from
186 in 1912, to 274 in 1913; being practically 35 per
cent increase in the "special sample," showing an in-
creased demand by the consumer for an exact knowledge
of the commercial and agricultural value of goods pur-
chased afforded him by the Florida Law; a feature pecu-
liar to the Florida Law, permitting the purchaser to send
in a properly drawn and duly authenticated sample of
goods purchased (feeds and fertilizers) and without cost,
to obtain an analysis of the same.












It is needless to say that the "special sample," when
properly and legally drawn, as the Law directs, affords
the consumer immediate information as to the "state
value" of fertilizers or feeds purchased, giving him the
same protection demanded by the manufacturer, who
"purchases his raw materials on guarantee, and pays for
them on analysis."

THE NEW MINERAL FERTILIZER.

Early in July of this year, the attention of this division
was called to this material. A grower of the State sent
tags and literature lauding the value of this so-called
"New Mineral Fertilizer," asking information as to its
fertilizing value.
Being aware of the history of this material and the
effort to impose it upon the credulity of the farmers of
the country for years past, under various names or
brands, by a campaign of pseudo-scientific misinforma-
tion, notably by the 'Professor of Polaric Nutrition of the
Divine Science University," etc., that "Bread from
Stones," "Stone Meal," "Mineral Fertilizer," has been
fully tested and condemned as worthless as a fertilizer by
competent agriculturalists, scientific and practical, In-
spectors were at once directed to procure samples of the
goods, specimens of tags, circulars and literature.
The only plant foods specified on the tags are Phos-
phoric Acid 0.23% and Potassium Oxide 2.09%, the re-
mainder of the analysis simply showing small percentages
of soda, lime, magnesia, Iron Oxide, with 72.37% of Silica
(sand) and Alumina (clay), there being no free sulfur in
the rock.
On July 12th, a sample was analyzed, by the official
methods of the "Association of Official Agricultural
Chemists"-the only recognized methods used by agri-
cultural chemists, and agricultural experiment stations,
which analysis showed:













Total Phosphoric Acid................. 0.06%
Available Phosphoric Acid............... None.
Water Soluble Potash (K20) .........'... None.
This sample was obtained from Ft. Pierce; another
sample from Cocoanut Grove, bearing the same tag and
accompanied by the same literature, was analyzed August
31st. This analysis showed:
Total Phosphoric Acid................. 0.15%
Available Phosphoric Acid............... None.
Potash (K20) ........................ None.
That this matter should be fully investigated and no
injustice done, parts of these samples were sent to the
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station for analysis.
The report of this analysis, by Prof. S. E. Collison,
Chemist of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station,
shows:
Total Phosphoric Acid................. 0.04%
Available Phosphoric Acid............... None.
Water Soluble Potash (K20) .......... 0.001%
The material being simply "micaceous shist," the
Potassium, Phosphorous, Soda, Calcium and Magnesia
being combined as Silicates in the rock, the sulfur as Sul-
phides, were insoluble in the strongest boiling acids.
The only two "plant foods" claimed by the tag, Phos-
phate and Potash, being absolutely unavailable silicates,
on further investigation it has been shown that this ma-
terial has been exploited on various occasions previously
under various names-"Stone Meal," "The New England
Mineral Fertilizer," "The New Mineral Fertilizer," and
has been declared worthless as a fertilizer and insecticide
by various agricultural experiment stations from Maine
to Florida, and by the Chemical Bureau, of the U. S.
Dept. of Agriculture, and exposed by various agricultural
journals, notably the "Rural New Yorker," and the
"Southern Ruralist"-both reputable and responsible
journals.
Circular letters were sent out by this division to the












Press and citizens of the State warning them of the utter
worthlessness of this so-called "New Mineral Fertilizer,"
the material being as insoluble as ordinary glass, which
contains from 3 to 20 per cent of Potassium (or soda) as
silicates, and is equally as soluble, or available, as this
silicate (Igneous sandstone-.
There are millions of acres of soil in Florida that con-
tain (on a dry basis) two to three per cent of nitrogen,
which can be readily made available. Other large areas
of soil, with from one half to three per cent of phos-
phates, enormous deposits of low grade phosphate of
lime and alumina, with one or more per cent available,
and seven or more per cent insoluble phosphates (the
waste of phosphate plants, in excellent mechanical con-
dition, that can be had for hauling) ; while vast deposits
of "soft phosphates," with 1.50 per cent or more available,
and 15 to 25 per cent insoluble phosphate, that can be
had for digging and hauling. With such materials;
abundant nitrogen, immense quantities of phosphates-
well distributed-having large actual plant foods readily
made available, it is neddless to say that it is folly to
purchase absolutely inert material of less fertilizing value
than good average Florida soil, which can be purchased
by the acre, from twenty-five to fifty dollars per acre, of
which six inches off the surface will afford 1,000 tons of
material superior to this "New Mineral Fertilizer" in
fertilizing value.
At the above price per acre, the cost per ton would be
2.5 to 5 cents. The actual value of this "New Mineral
Fertilizer," according to present market prices, of avail-
able phosphate, and water soluble potash being abso-
lutely nothing, as it contains no available plant food
whatever.
The principal stock in trade of this concern is the
credulity of its victims, and abuse of all scientists, agri-
cultural chemists, experiment stations, and manufactur-
ers of commercial fertilizers.












Threats of suits for slander and libel have been made,
none however, instituted.
After full investigation and on advice of the Attorney
General, the following order was prepared by the State
Chemist, and issued by the Agricultural Department:

Press Bulletin
State of Florida
Agricultural Department
Tallahassee, November 15, 1913.

NOTICE TO DEALERS, AGENTS AND CONSUMERS
OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS, INSECTICIDES,
AND FUNGICIDES.

It having been shown by analysis by the Florida State
Laboratory, the Laboratory of the Florida Agricultural
Experiment Station, and the Bureau of Chemistry of the
United States Department of Agriculture, together with
those of a number of other State Agricultural Experi-
ment Stations, that the "New Mineral Fertilizer," made
by the New Mineral Fertilizer Company, of Boston,
Massachusetts, can not be classed as either a fertilizer,
insecticide or fungicide, and that the analysis quoted on
the tags and in the literature issued by the said com-
pany is misleading and calculated to deceive, the material
actually having no nitrogen (Ammonia), soluble Potash,
nor available Phosphoric Acid or Sulfur in its composi-
tion; and on being advised by the Attorney General of
the State of Florida that the sale of this material in the
State as a fertilizer, insecticide or fungicide, under the
laws of Florida, is illegal, notice is hereby given that the
"New Mineral Fertilizer," made by the New Mineral Fer-
tilizer Company, of Boston, Mass., can not be legally sold
in the State of Florida.
Threfore, all dealers, or agents are duly notified that
the sale, or offering for sale, of this "New Mineral Fer-











tilizer," as a fertilizer, insecticide, or fungicide, will sub-
ject them to the penalties of Chapter 4983, Laws of
Florida.
W. A. McRAE,
Commissioner of Agriculture.
R. E. ROSE,
State Chemist.

COMMERCIAL FEEDING STUFF.

There has been a slight decrease in the average value
of feed stuffs-0.52% in protein; 0.13% in fats; and an
increase of 2.02% in starch and sugar (nitrogen free ex-
tract) attributed to the larger number of sugar and
molasses feeds now used.
A larger percentage of excess-0.20% above guarantee
is found, with a corresponding decrease in deficiencies-
0.20% below guarantee.
The market price of mixed feed, as well as whole grain,
has materially increased-corn, from $30 to $35 per ton.
There were imported into the State 34,209 tons of
mixed feed (exclusive of corn, oats and hay, not subject
to inspection), which at $37.50 per ton, shows our people
expended the enormous sum of $1,282,837-for mixed
feeds, in addition to the large quantities of corn, oats and
hay imported.
In previous reports I have called attention to this
abnormal condition, and to the fact that all such feeds-
hay, corn and oats and mixed feed-could be produced
economically in Florida, of superior quality to that im-
ported.
Florida Forage crops are equal to, and in many in-
stances superior to that imported, while in her cotton
seed meal, beggar weed, cow peas and velvet beans, she
has superior protein feds. Japanese cane, rice, natal,
rhodes and native grasses, carbohydrates of superior












quality, can also be produced in large amount, at small
cost, for culture and harvest.
No state has a greater variety of pasture and forage
crops, of excellent quality, that can be, and are pro-
duced at minimum cost; this enormous annual sum paid
paid for imported feed stuff, of less value per ton, can
and should be produced at home, to say. nothing of the
cost of freight and profits to importers, saved by this
home production.

IMMATURE CITRUS FRUIT.

There were but few attachments, or seizures, under this
Law, during the season of 1913.
By far the larger number of our citrus growers and
shippers are law abiding and heartily in favor of the
Law.
A large number of such provided themselves with the
necessary apparatus by which to determine the maturity
of their fruit under the standard fixed by the Legislature,
and thus informed themselves as to the maturity of their
fruit before shipment.
The Citrus Fruit Inspectors, Messrs. J. B. Pylant,
Bartow; W. J. Edwards, Ocala; J. W. Knight, of Floral
City; and N. O. Penny, of Vero, all practical orange grow-
ers, competent, reliable and trustworthy men, of good
common sense, familiar with citrus fruit, performed their
rather delicate and onerous duties, to the satisfaction of
the department, and the vast majority of the growers.
Only in such cases, wherein a very palpable effort to
evade the Law was evident, were attachments made.
With but one exception the Inspectors' "field tests"
were upheld by analysis by the State Laboratory. In this
case, the Inspector's "field test" varied but 0.06% from
the analytical results under laboratory conditions, show-
ing the accuracy of the "field test," and skill of the In-
spector in its application.












In those cases where attachments were ordered, the
fruit unquestionably contained a much larger percentage
of acid than allowed by law, and was undoubtedly "imma-
ture and unfit for consumption."

Replevin of Immature Fruit.

The replevin of illegal, adulterated, misbranded and
deleterious food stuffs, attached by Inspectors and placed
in the custody of the Sheriff of the County, has in the
case of citrus fruit, made the attempt to enforce the law,
farcical.
I would respectfully call your attention to this evident
miscarriage of justice, and the necessity of having the
proper officer resist the replevin of such goods found to
be illegal, and under the law unfit for consumption.
In this connection, I am pleased to say, the position of
this Division of the Agricultural Department, is sustained
by the Attorney General, who, in an opinion dated Novem-
ber 18, says:
"In view of this rule and the great public im-
portance of the question, I would suggest thai
the proper course for your Department (the
Agricultural Department) to pursue would be
to assume the statute valid until declared invalid
by the highest court of the State."
In view of the fact that goods attached by Inspectors,
under Section 8, of Chapter 6541-the Pure Food and
Drugs Law-and after analysis by the State Chemist,
showing them to be illegal, immature and unwholesome,
as defined in Chapter 6236, and Chapter 6515, Laws of
Florida, have been replevined, without resistance, and
sold or shipped for consumption, I respectfully call your
attention to this very important matter, on which depends
the proper enforcement of the Pure Food Law of the
State and the protection of our citizens from adulterated,
2--Bul.











misbranded, immature, unwholesome or deleterious foods
and drugs.

Operation of the Citrus Fruit Law.

During the inspection period-September 1st to Novem-
ber 5th-few shipments of immature citrus fruit were
made. Prices obtained were satisfactory, and the market
good. However, at the close of the Inspection period,
large shipments were made of unripe, immature fruit,
resulting in a disastrous reduction of prices, which af-
fected not only the inferior, immature fruit, but also
mature and desirable fruit.
That a "color test" is unreliable and misleading. de-
pending on personal opinion, prejudice, or interest, is
apparent. That the dual standard-"color and acid
test"-allows the shipment of immature fruit, has been
established by the experience of the season.
That the standard of maturity recommended by the
Commission, and approved by the various citrus growers
organizations, should be applicable to all fruit, irrespec-
tive of color, and that the inspection period should ex-
tend from September 1st to December 1st of each year,
has been fully demonstrated by this season's experience,
as clearly demonstrated by the exhaustive study of the
question by tie State Experiment Station, various com-
mercial laboratories and the State Laboratory.

Cost of Citrus Fruit Inspection.

The total cost of the inspection, from September 1st
to November 5th (two and one sixth months), for In-
spectors, including traveling expenses, apparatus and sup-
plies, was $2,134.96, or an average for each Inspector of
$200.81 (including apparatus and analytical work) per
month, leaving a balance of $365.04 in the fund appro-
priated. Considering the large territory covered, the











active \vork demanded, and its importance to the state's
principal industry, it has been very economical.

Recoinmendation..

I would recommend, therefore, that the standard of
1.30% of maximum acid for all oranges, and 1.75% for
all grapefruit, irrespective of color; as recommended by
the Commission, and approved by the organized orange
growers of the State; be made the legal standard. That
at least eight competent Inspectors be employed, the in-
spection districts being decreased in size proportionately,
and that the inspection period be extended to December
31st of each year.

FLORIDA MUCK LANDS

In all parts of the State are found muck beds, in areas
of from a few acres to tracts of hundreds or thousands
of acres. These lands are the accumulated vegetable
deposits of ages, composed of more or less decayed aquatic
growth, particularly saw grass, rushes, ferns and similar
plants. A large number of these muck beds are suscepta-
ble of perfect drainage.
When properly drained to a depth of not less than three
feet from the surface-the deeper the better-allowing the
air to replace the water, they rapidly decompose and be-
come productive, as do similar soils in all states of the
Union.
Many of these beds, however, can not be properly
drained. -The surface water may be removed (partial
drainage), leaving the surface dry at times, though the
sub-soil-one or two feet below the dry surface-is still
saturated with sour, stagnant water. Such partial drain-
age has lead to much disappointment and generally total
failure of ordinary crops.
Without perfect drainage to a depth of at least three
feet, such soils will not produce paying crops. However,












these lands may be made valuable as a manure, by proper
treatment, oxidation, or rotting, with the addition of
phosphate and potash they can be composted, and thus
become a manure equal to, and often superior to the
same quantity of good stable manure, a most valuable
addition to the surrounding sandy soil, adding not only
the nitrogen in the muck (Ammonia), but also the added
phosphate and potash, together with a large amount of
"humus," so generally required by our ordinary sandy
soils, thus adding to its water holding powers, and pro-
viding a medium for the growth of various useful bacteria,
necessary in all fertile soils, without which plant foods
can not be prepared nor assimulated.
Good average muck contains two to three per cent of
nitrogen on a dry basis. However, green, raw muck holds
from 60 to 90 per cent of water as dug. Hence it requires
12,000 to 18,000 pounds of raw muck to make a ton of
dry material. As it rots (or oxidizes) it parts with a
large portion of this water.
Decay can be hastened and the nitrogen made more
available by the addition of 500 pounds of 16 per cent
Acid Phosphate and 100 pounds of 50 per cent Sulfate
of Potash, to each cord of muck. The addition of 500
or more pounds of stable manure will hasten decomposi-
tion and add to the mass an abundance of the necessary
nitrogenous bacteria. The heap should be kept moist-
not allowed to heat, dry and "fire fang," turning it wher-
ever necessary, to prevent excessive heat. Such a prop-
erly built compost heap will yield a manure equal or
superior to the best stable manure, adding in addition to
the plant foods, nitrogen, phosphate and potash, also
humus-a necessary medium for the growth of the "ni-
tro-germs," absolutely essential in all fertile productive
soils, the added potash and phosphates being necessary
not only to assist in "breaking up" the muck, but also
as a medium for the growth of the "nitro-germs" or bac-
teria.












Peat, or muck, used as bedding for live stock of all
kinds, liberally spread in the barn yard, will largely add
to the compost heap, on the size and quality of which
largely depends the success of the farm, orchard, or grove,
and particularly the truck patch and garden.

Farmer's and Trucker's Bulletins.

I would suggest to the truckers, orchardists and farm-
ers of the State, particularly those who have recently come
into the State and are not familiar with Florida soils
and conditions, and the use of commercial fertilizers, so
necessary and so profitably used in the State, that they
write to the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, at
Gainesville, Florida, for the various valuable bulletins
on subjects particularly fitted to Florida conditions. Also
to write to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington,
D. C., for a list of Farmer's Bulletins, many of which
are devoted to Florida conditions. These publications
can be had free of cost on application and contain in-
formation of great value to the trucker, the orange grower,
the stock man and the farmer.
Respectfully submitted.
R. E. ROSE,
State Chemist.













SPECIAL SAMPLES

Florida is the only State in the Union that provides for
the "special sample," drawn by the consumer or purchaser,
under proper rules and regulations fixed by law-to be
sent to the State Laboratory for analysis free of cost.
Any citizen in the State who has purchased fertilizers or
feeds for his own use may draw a sample of the same,
according to law, and have the same analysed by the State
Chemist free of cost. And in case of adulteration or de-
ficiency he can, on establishing the fact, receive double
the cost of price demanded for the goods.

The law requires the "special samples" to be drawn in
a manner to prevent the submission of spurious samples;
rules and regulations are published in every Bulletin for
drawing and transmitting "special samples."

This special sample has been a most potent factor in
enforcing the law and discouraging the sale of adulter-
ated or misbranded goods.

Special samples of foods and drugs may also be 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 FERTIL-
IZERS AND FEEDS SOLD IN THE STATE."

REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND
FORWARDING OF FERTILIZER OR COMMER-
CIAL FEEDING STUFF SAMPLES TO THE
COMMISSIONER 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 TIE SAME OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHT
OUNCES (ONE-HALF POUND) SHALL BE PLACED IN A CAN OR
BOTTLE, SEALED AND SENT BY A DISINTERESTED PARTY TO
THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AT TALLAHASSEE. NOT
LESS THAN EIGHT OUNCES, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE, WILL
BE ACCEPTED FOR ANALYSIS. This rule is adopted to secure
fair samples of sufficient size to make the necessary deter-
minations, and to allow the preservation of a duplicate
sample in case of protest or appeal. These duplicate sam-
ples will be preserved for two months from date of cer-
tificate of analysis.
The State Chemist is not the proper officer to receive
special samples from the purchaser. The propriety of the
method of drawing and sending the samples as fixed by
the law is obvious.
The drawing and sending of special samples in rare
cases is in compliance with law. Samples are frequently
sent in paper packages or paper boxes, badly packed, and
frequently in very small quantity (less than ounce) ; fre-
quently there are no marks, numbers or other means of
identification; the postmark in some instances being
absent.
I would call the attention of those who desire to avail












themselves of this privilege to Sections 9 and 10 of the
law, which are clear and explicit.
Hereafter strict compliance with above regulations will
be required. The sample must not be less than one half
Sound, in a can or bottle, sealed and addressed to the
Commissioner of Agriculture. The sender, name. and ad-
dress must also be on the package, this rule applying to
special samples of fertilizers or commercial feeding stuff.

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


SOIL ANALYSIS.
We frequently have samples of soil sent in for analysis
and a request to advise as to the best methods of fertiliz-
ing.
Excepting in extreme cases, such as Heavy Clays, Pure
Sand and Muck Lands, there is but little information to
be derived from a soil analysis that would be of benefit to
farmers. So much depends on tilth, drainage, culture and
other physical conditions that an analysis made under
laboratory conditions is of little value.
A chemical analysis of a soil may indicate a verve fer-













tile soil, rich in plant food, while the facts are the soils
are not productive.
This is instanced by the rich Sawgrass muck lands and
river bottoms of the State that are fertile chemically, but
not productive until properly drained; also, by the arid
lands of the west, rich in the elements of plant food, but
not productive until irrigated.
Other soils, with less plant food, but on account of
proper physical conditions, culture and tilth, are exceed-
ingly productive.
The average of thousands of analysis of Florida soils
made by the Agricultural Experiment Station and.the
State Laboratory is as follows:
Nitrogen (per cent.) ........................... 0.0413
Potash (per cent.) ............... ...............0.0091
Phosphoric Acid (per cent.)................. ...0.1635
This is a fair average of all of the Norfolk and Ports-
mouth soil series of the State, which comprise by far the
greater portion of the State.
In this connection we quote from the report of the
Indiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Purdue Uni-
versity, Lafayette, Ind., 1908, as follows:
"SOIL ANALYSIS OF LITTLE VALUE IN SHOWING FER-
TILIZER REQUIREMENTS.-The Chemical Department is
called upon to answer hundreds of letters of inquiry iin
relation to agricultural chemical problems from people
all over the State. In this connection it might be well
to say that there is a widespread idea that the chemist
can analyze a sample of soil and, without further knowl-
edge of the conditions, write out a prescription of a fer-
tilizer which will fill the needs of that particular soil.
"The Experiment Station does not analyze samples of
soil to determine the fertilizer requirements. There is
no chemical method known that will show reliably the
availability of the plant food elements present in the soil,
as this is a variable factor, influenced by the kind of crop,
the type of soil, the climate and biological conditions;













hence, we do not recommend 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 each.
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 what fer-
tilizer is best suited for his needs. As climatic conditions
may influence the yield with different fertilizers, it is best
to carry on such tests for more than one year before draw-
ing definite conclusions. There is positively no easier
or shorter method of testing the soil that we feel safe in
recommending.

Soil can be gr iil\ improved by an intelligent rotation
of crops, the conservation of stable manure, and the use
of some kind of commercial fertilizer. Farmers need have
no fear that the proper application of commercial fer-
tilizer will injure the land.




WATER ANALYSIS.

We frequently analyze water for public use-city, town
and neighborhood supplies; springs and artesian wells in
which the public is interested; when some economic ques-
tion, boiler, laundry or other industrial use is to be
decided.
TWE DO NOT ANALYZE WATER FOR INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT
WHEREIN THE PUBLIC IS NOT INTERESTED. SUCH SAMPLES
SHOULD BE SENT TO A COMMERCIAL LABORATORY. THE STATE
LABORATORY DOES NOT COMPETE WTIT COMMERCIAL LABORA-
TORIES.
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 Jack-
sonville.
We do not make a sanitary analysis, nor a complete
quantitative determination (separating each mineral and
stating the quantity thereof).
Such an analysis would be costly in time and labor,
and of no real value to the inquirer. We determine the
total dissolved solids in the sample, and report them as
parts per 1,000,000, naming the principal ingredients in
the order of their predominance.
We find Calcium Carbonate (lime), Sodium Chloride
(salt-, Magnesium Sulphate (epsom salts), Silica (sand),
and Iron, is the general order of their predominance,
though on the coast, where the total dissolved solids
amounts to 5,000 or more parts per 1,000,000, Sodium
Chloride (salt) is the predominant substance.
From a knowledge of the chemical analysis of a, water,
unaccompanied by any further information, no conclusion
as to the potability and healthfulness of the water can
be deduced.
Therefore, we require the following information to be
given in regard to the source of the water.
(1). The source of the water: spring lake river,
driven well, dug well, bored well, artesian well, or flow-
ing well; and also the depth of the water surface below
the top of the soil, and in cased wells the depth of the
casing.
(2). The locality of the source of the water: town,
city or village; or the section, township and range.
(3). The proposed use of the water; city supply,
domestic use, laundry, boiler, irrigation or other in-
dustrial use.
(4). No sample of water will be analyzed unless the
name and address of the sender is on the package for
identification.
We require two gallons of cainh sample of water, in a












new jug, stopped with a new cork, and sent by prepaid
express. We will not accept any sample of water for
analysis not in a new jug. Vessels previously used for
other purposes are never properly cleaned for sending
samples of water for analysis. Corks, once used for other
substances (molasses, vinegar, whiskey, kerosene, etc.),
are never properly cleaned. In sampling a well water, the
stagnant water in the pump must first be pumped off.
The jug must first be rinsed with the water to be sampled,
emptied, and then filed. A sample of spring, river or lake
water is best taken (after rinsing the jug), by allowing
the jug to fill after immersion some distance under the
surface near the center of the body of water.
NOTE.-We find the waters of the State-springs, wells,
driven wells and artesian wells-generally very pure and
wholesome, with but little mineral impurity and that
such as is not harmful. Except in cases of gross care-
lessness, in allowing surface water to contaminate the
well or spring, the waters of the State are pure and whole-
some. The deep wells of the State are noted for their
purity and healthfulness.

ANALYSIS OF FOODS AND DRUGS.

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

COPIES OF LAWS, RULES AND REGULATIONS,
ANI) STANI)ARII)S.

Citizens of the State interested in fertilizers, foods and
drugs, and stock feed, can obtain, free of charge, the
respective Laws, including Rules and Regulations and












Standards, by applying to the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture or State Chemist. Application for the Quarterly
Bulletin of the State Department of Agriculture should
also be made to the Commissioner of Agriculture or
State Chemist. The Bulletins of the Florida Agricultural
Experiment Station can be had by application to the
Director at Gainesville.



INSTRUCTIONS TO MANUFACTURERS AND
DEALERS.

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

INSTRUCTION TO PURCHASERS.

Purchasers are cautioned to purchase no Commercial
Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding Stuff that does not
bear on each packa-ge an analysis tag with the guarantee
required by law, and the stamp showing the payment of
the inspector's fee. Goods not having the guarantee tag
and stamp are irregular and fraudulent; the absence of
the guarantee and stamp being evidence that the manu-
facturer or dealer has not complied with the law. With-
out the guarantee tag and stamp showing what the goods
are guaranteed to contain, the purchaser has no recourse












against the manufacturer or dealer. Such goods are sold
illegally and fraudulently, and are generally of little
value. All reputable manufacturers and dealers now
comply strictly with the law and regulations by placing
the guarantee tag and stamp on each package.

INSTRUCTIONS TO SHERIFFS.

The attention of Sheriffs of the various counties is
called to Section 3 of both laws, defining their duties.
This 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.




REGULATION 42-ANALYSISES MADE BY STATE
LABORATORY.

Only such materials as are of public interest are
analyzed by the State Laboratory, such as are directed by
the Pure Food, the Fertilizer, and Stock Feed Law.
There are no fees or charges of any kind made by the
State Laboratory.
The State Laboratory is not permitted to compete with
commercial laboratories.
No commercial work of any kind is accepted.
The State Laboratory does not analyse samples for
individual account wherein the public is not interested.
Such samples should be sent to a commercial laboratory.

REGULATION 43-ANALYSES IN CRIMINAL
CASES.
The State Laboratory does not make post mortem
examinations, nor furnish evidence in criminal cases,
(except as provided by the Pure Food, Fertilizer, and












Stock Feed Laws). Such analyses and examinations are
made by specialists employed by the grand jury and pro-
secuting attorney, the cost being taxed as other criminal
costs, by the court.




MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZ-
ING MATERIALS AT FLORIDA SEA
PORTS, JANUARY 1, 1914.
/
AM MONIATES.

Nitrate of Soda, 17% Ammonia.................$ 60.00
Sulphate of Ammonia, 25% Ammonia......... 76.00
Dried Blood, 16% Ammonia ................. 64.00
Cynanamid, 18% Ammonia ................... 60.00
Dry Fish Scrap, 10% Ammonia................ 45.00

POTASH.

High Grade Sulphate of Potash, 90% Sulphate,
48% K1O ................................ 50.00
Low Grade Sulphate of Potash, 48% Sulphate,
26%7 KO .................................. 30.00
Muriate of Potash, 80%; 48% K(20............ 48.00
Nitrate of Potash, imported, 16% Ammonia,
46% Potash KO ........................... 120.00
Nitrate of Potash, American, 13% Ammonia,
42% Potash KO ................. ......... 100.00
Kainit, Potash, 12% K10...................... 13.00
Canada Hardwood Ashes, in bags, 4% K.2O Pot-
ash ........................................ 19.00

AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID

Water Soluable Tankage, 14% Ammonia. ......$ 47.00












High Grade Tankage, 10% Ammonia, 3-'% Phos-
phoric Acid .............................. 45.00
Tankage, 8% Ammonia, 10% Phosphoric Acid.. 40.00
Low Grade Tankage, 6 % Ammonia, 12% Phos-
phoric Acid ............................... 35.00
Hotel Tankage, 6% Ammonia, 7% Phosphoric
A cid ...................................... 2S.00
Sheep Manure, ground, 5% Ammonia:.......... 24.00
Imported Fish Guano, 11% Ammonia, 5 % Phos-
phoric A cid ............................... 52.00
Pure Fine Steamed Ground Bone, 3% Ammonia,
22% Phosphoric Acid ..................... 31.00
Raw Bone, 4% Ammonia, 22% Phosphoric Acid. 37.00
Ground Castor Pomace, 51% Ammonia, 2% Phos-
phoric Acid ............................... 26.00
Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 710% Ammonia. ...... 0.)10
Dark Cotton Seed Meal, 41% Ammonia......... 26.00

PSPOPHORIc ACID.

High Grade Acid Phosphate, 16% Available
Phosphoric Acid ........................... 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, 7% Potash ............................ 24.00
High Grade Ground Kentucky Tobacco Stems,
2% Ammonia, 10% Potash ................ 28.00
Tobacco Dust No. 1, 2% Ammonia, 2% Potash 25.00
Cut Tobacco Stems, in sacks, 2% Ammonia, 4%
Potash ............................ ..... 20.00
Dark Tobacco Stems, baled, 2% Ammonia, 4%
Potash ................................... 19.00
Land Plaster, in sacks....................... 12.00












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

NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES, CURRENT
JAN. 1, 1914-FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

AMMONIATES.


Ammonia, sulphate, foreign, prompt.... 2.95
futures ......................... 2.979-
Ammonia, sulph. domestic, spot........ 2.95
futures ........................... 2.97i
Fish scrap, dried, 11 p. c. ammonia and
14 p. c. bone phosphate, f. o. b. fish
works, per unit..................,.. 3.60
wet, acidulated, 6 p. c. ammonia, 6
p. c. phosphoric acid, delivered..... -
Ground fish guano, imported, 10 and 11
p. c. ammonia and 15-17 p. c. bone
phosphate, c. i. f. N. Y., Balto. or Phila 3.60
Tankage, 11 p. c. and 15 p. c. f. o. b.
Chicago ............................ 3.07
Tankage, 10 and 20 p. c., f. o. b. Chicago
ground .......................... 3.00
Tankage, 9 and 20 p. c., f. o. b. Chicago
ground ............................ 3.00
Tankage, concentrated, f. o. b. Chicago,
14 to 15 per cent., f. o. b. Chicago..... 3.10
Garbage, tankage, f. o. b. Chicago..... 9.00
Sheep manure, concentrated, f. o. b.
Chicago, per ton.................... 13.00
Hoofmeal, f. o. b. Chicago, per unit..... 2.60
Dried blood, 12-13 p. c. ammonia f. o. b.
New York ......................... 3.30
Chicago ...................... .... 3.15
Nitrate of soda, 90 n. c. spot, per 100 Ibs 2.20
3-Bul.


3.00
3.05

3.05


&


&


& 10


&

&
(5)


2.70
2.70











futures, 95 p. c.................. 2.22 @ 2.27

PHOSPHATES.


Acid phosphate, per unit .............. 45
Bones, rough, hard, per ton............ 22.50
soft steamed unground............ 21.50
ground, steamed, 1 p. c. ammonia
and 60 p. c. bone phosphate..... 20.00
ditto, 3 and 50 p. c................ 23.50
raw ground, 4 p. c. ammonia and
50 p. c. bone phosphate.......... 28.50
South Carolina phosphate rock, kilnj
dried, f. o. b. Ashley River........... 3.50
Florida land pebble phosphate rock 68
per cent., f. o. b. Port Tampa, Fla.... 3.00
Florida high grade phosphate hard rock
77 per cent., f. o. b. Florida ports.... 5.75


Tennessee phosphate rock, f. o. b. Mt.
Pleasant, domestic, 78@80 p. c., per
ton ..............................
75 p. c. guaranteed .................
68@ 72 p. c......... ....... ..... .


5.00
4.75
4.25


@ 50
@ 24.00
@ 22.00

@ 21.00
@ 24.00

@ 30.00

@ 3.75

@ 3.25

@ 6.25


@ 5.50
@ 5.00
@ 4.50


POTASHES.

Muriate of potash, 80-85 per cent., basis
80 per cent., in bags................ 38.65 @
Muriate of potash, min. 95 per cent.,
basis 80 per cent., in bags............ 40.15 @ -
Muriate of potash, min. 98 per cent.,
basis 80per cent., in bags............. 41.00 @ -
Sulphate of potash, 90-95 per cent., basis
80 per cent., in bags............... 46.80 @ -
Double manure salt, 48-53 per cent., basis
48 per cent., in bags................ 24.95 @ -
Manure salts, min. 20 per cent., KO, in











bulk ................. ........... 13.50 @
Hardsalt, min. 16 per cent., KO, in
bulk ............................... 10.85 @
Kainit, min. 12.4 per cent., K10; in bulk 8.45 @ -




STATE VALUATIONS.

For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia
and Potash, for the Season of 1914.
Available Phosphoric Acid............... 5c a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid............... lc a pound
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) ..171c a pound
Potash (as actual potash, (KO).......... 5jc a pound
If calculated by units-
Available Phosphoric Acid............1.1.00 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid.............. 20c per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen).. 3.50 per unit
Potash ................................ 1.10 per unit
With a uniform allowance of $1.50 per ton for mixing
and bagging.
A unit is twenty pounds, or 1 per cent., in a ton. We
find this to be the easiest and quickest method for calcu-
lating the value of fertilizer. To illustrate this, take
for example a fertilizer which analyzes as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid... 6.22 per cent.x$1.00-$ 6.22
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid... 1.50 per cent.x .20- .30
Ammonia ......... ..........3.42 per cent.x 3.50- 11.97
Potash .....................7.23 per cent.x 1.10- 7.95
Mixing and Baging...........................- 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports..... ............. $27.94
Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid......8 per cent.x$1.00-$ 8.00
Ammonia ...... ...............2 per cent.x 3.50- 7.00
Potash .......................2 per cent.x 1.10- 2.20












Mixing and Bagging.........................- 1.50

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

The State 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. By analysis, the ammonia,
available phosphoric acid and potash may be determined
and the inquirer informed what the cost of the necessary
material to compound to a ton of goods similar to "Smith's
Fruit and Vine" would be, using none but accepted and
well known materials of the best quality.
State values do not consider "trade secrets," loss on
bad bills, cost of advertisements and expenses of collec-
tions. The "State value" is simply that price at which
the various ingredients, necessary to use in compounding










37

a fertilizer, or feed, con be purchJased for cash in ton lots
at Florida seaports.
These price lists are published in this report, with the
"State values" for 1914 deducted therefrom.















COMPOSITION OF FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

NITROGENOUS MATERIALS.

POUNDS PER HUNDRED
Ammonia Phosphoric Potash
Acid
Nitrate of Soda.......... 17 to 19 ............ .......
Sulphate of Ammonia.... 21 to 24 .......................
Dried Blood ........ .... 12 to 17 ........................
Concentrated Tankage... 12 to 15 1 to 2 ...........
Bone Tankage ........... 6 to 9 10 to 151...........
Dried Fish Scrap........ 8 to 11 6 to 8 ...........
Cotton Seed Meal........ 7 to 10 2 to 3 1 to 2
Hoof Meal ............. 13 to 17 1 to 2 ..........

PHOSPHATE MATERIALS.

POUNDS PER HUNDRED
Ammonia Available Insoluble
Phos. Acid Phos. Acid
Florida Pebble Phosphate ............ ............ 26 to 32
Florida Rock Phosphate.. ............ ......... 33 to 35
Florida Super Phosphate. ............ 14 to 45 1 to 35
Ground Bone ............ 3 to 6 5 to 8 15 to 17
Steamed Bone ........... 3 to 4 6 to 9 10 to 20
Dissolved Bone .......... 2 to 4 13 to 15 2 to 3

POTASH MATERIALS AND FARM MANURES.

POUNDS PER HUNDRED

Actual Ammona Phos. Lime
Potash Ammona c Lime

Muriate of Potash ........ 50 .................. .........
Sulphate of Potash...... 48 to 52 ......... ......... .........
Carbonate of Potash .... 55 to 60 .........
Nitrate of Potash....... 40 to 44 12 to 16..................
Double Sul. of Pot.& Mag. 26 to 30 ...........................
Kainit ................. 12 to 12h ......... ........... ..
Sylvinit ............... 16 to 20 ......... ......... .........
Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. 15 to 30 ......... 7 to 9 10
Wood Ashes, unleashed. 2 to 8 ......... 1 to 2 .........
Wood Ashes, leached... 1 to 2 .......... 1 to li 35 to 40
Tobacco Stems ........ 5 to 8 2 to 4 ......... 3
Cow Manure (fresh).... 0.40 Oto0.41 0.16I 0.31
Horse Manure (fresh).. 0.53 0 to0.60 0.28 0.31
Sheep Manure (fresh).. 0.67 1.00 0.19 0.33
Hog Manure (fresh)... 0.60 0.55 0.19 0.08
Hen Dung (fresh)...... 0.85 2.07 1.54 0.24
Mixed Stable Manure.. 0.63 0.76 0.26 0.70













FACTORS FOR CONVERSION.

To convert-
Ammonia into nitrogen, multiply by............ 0.824
Ammonia into protein, multiply by............ 5.15
Nitrogen into ammonia, multiply by............ 1.214
Nitrate of soda into nitrogen, multiply by...... 0.1647
Nitrogen into protein, multiply by.............. 6.25
Bone phosphate into phosphoric acid, multiply by 0.458
Phosphoric acid into bone phosphate, multiply by 2.184
Muriate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.632
Actual potash into muriate of potash, multiply by 1.583
Sulphate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.41
Actual potash into sulphate of potash, multiply by 1.85
Nitrate of potash into nitrogen, multiply by....... 0.139
Carbonate of potash into actual potash,-multiply by 0.681
Actual potash into carbonate of potash, multiply by 1.466
Chlorine, in "kainit," multiply potash (K20) by.. 2.33
For instance, you buy 95 per cent. of nitrate of soda
and want to know how niuch nitrogen is in it, multiply 95
per cent. by 0.1647, you will get 15.65 per cent. nitrogen;
you want to know how much ammonia this nitrogen is
equivalent to, then multiply 15.65 per cent. by 1.214 and
you get 18.99 per cent., the equivalent in ammonia.
Or, to convert 90 per cent. carbonate of potash into
actual potash (KO), multiply 90 by 0.681, equals 61.29
per cent, actual potash (K20).




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

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













AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL
FEED STUFFS.


NAME OF FEED.



Bright Cot'n Seed Meal

Dark Cotton Seed Meal
Linseed Meal, old pro-
cess ..............
Linseed Meal, new pro-
cess ................

Wheat Bran ..........

Wheat Middlings ......

Mixed Feed (Wheat) ..

Ship Stuff (Wheat)...

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

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

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

Corn and Cob Meal....

Hominy Feed .........
Corn and Oats, equal
parts ...............

Barley (grain) .......

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


Q.

SP4d


9.35 39.70

20.00 22.90

7.50 35.70


8.40

9.00

5.40

7.80

5.60

2.10

1.90

30.10

6.60

4.05

5.80

2.70


36.10

15.40

15.40

16.90

14.60

10.50

9.70

2.40

8.50

10.50

11.15

12.40


cd
c



28.60

37.10

36.00

3(.70

53.90

59.40

54.40

59.80

69.60

68.70

54.90

64.80

65.30

64.65

69.80


6.10 12.10 64.751


7.80 5.80

5.50 5.00

7.20 5.30

3.60 5.20

4.00 5.80

4.10 3.20

4.80 5.30

5.00 3.70

5.40 1.50

3.80 1.40

0.501 1.40

3.50 1.50

7.85 2.55

5.20 2.25

1.80 2.40


3.40 2.70











41

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL
FEED STUFFS- (Continued.)


NAME OF FEED.


Oats (grain) .........

Rice (grain) ........

Rice Bran ............

Rice Hulls ............

Wheat (grain) .......

Dry Jap Sugar Cane...

Cow Pea .............

Cow Pea Hay ........

Velvet Bean Hulls ....

Velvet Beans and Hulls

Velvet Bean Hay.......

Beggarweed Hay ......

Japanese Kudzu Hay..

Cotton Seed (whole)...

Cotton Seed Hulls .....

Gluten Feed .........

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


r cri
0


9.50 11.80

0.20 7.40

9.50 12.10

35.70 3.60

1.80 11.90

26.22 2.281

4.10 20.80

20.10 16.60

27.02 7.46

9.20 19.70

29.70 14.70

24.70 21.70

32.14 17.43

23.20 18.40

44.40 4.00

5.30 24.00

. .. 44.70


CS
ho




59.70 5.00 3.00

79.20 0.40 0.40

49.90 8.80 10.00

38.60 0.70 13.20

71.90 2.10 1.80

62.55 1.55 2.77

55.70 1.40 3.20

42.20 2.20 7.50

44.56 1.57 4.32

51.30 4.50 3.30

41.00 1.70 5.70

30.20 2.301 10.90

30.20 1.67 6.87

24.70 19.90 3.50

36.60 2.00 2.60

51.20 10.601 1.10

3.28 14.751 29.20














FORMULAS.

There are frequent inquiries for formulas for various
crops, and there are hundreds of such formulas published;
and, while there are hundreds of "brands," the variations
in these grades are surprisingly little. Dozens of "brands"
put up by the same manufacturer are identical goods, the
only difference being in the name printed on the tag or
sack. A good general formula for field or garden might
be called a "vegetable formula," and would have the fol-
lowing: Ammonia, 31%; available phosphoric acid,
61%; and potash, 74%. 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, 34%; available phosphoric acid, 61%; potash.
71%.

(A) "VEGETABLE."

No. 1.

Per Cent.
900 pounds of Cotton Seed Meal (7t-21-1) ..... 3.25 Ammonia
800 pounds of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent).... 6.46 Available
300 pounds of Muriate or (Sulphate) (50 per cent) 7.50 Potash
2,000 State value mixed and bagged ............ .27.52
Plant Food per ton.......................... 343 pounds

No. 2.

Per Cent.
1,000 lbs. of Blood and Bone (61-8)............. 3.25 Ammonia
400 lbs. of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)...... 7.00 Available
600 lbs. Low Grade Sulp. Pot. (26 per cent).... 7.80 Potash
2,000
State value mixed and bagged.............. $28.45
Plant Food per ton.......................... 360 pounds















No. 3.

Per Cent.
300 Ibs. of Dried Blood (16 per cent)......... 3.25 Ammonia
100 lbs of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent)..... 8.00 Available
1,000 lbs of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)..... 7.80 Potash
600 lbs of Low Grade Sulp. Pot. (26 per cent)

2,000
State value mixed and bagged............... $29.45
Plant Food per ton .......................... 381 pounds


(B) "FRUIT AND VINE."

No. 1.

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

Per Cent.
1,000 lbs. of Blood and Bone (6Q-8) ..............................
400 lbs. of Muriate of Potash (50 per cent)... 4 Ammonia
500 lbs. of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)..... 8 Available
100 lbs. of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent) ..... 10 Potash

2,000
State value mixed and bagged............. :$34.50
Plant Food per ton......................... 440 pounds

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

2,000
State value mixed and bagged.............. $33.76
Plant Food per ton.......................... 426 pounds

No. 3.
Per Cent.
500 lbs. of Cotton Seed Meal (71-2-14) ........
100 lbs. of Nitrate of Soda (17 per cent)...... 3.97 Ammonia
100 lbs. of Sulp. of Am. (25 per cent).......... 8.30 Available
900 lbs. of Acid Phosphate (16 per cent)...... 8.97 Potash
400 lbs. of Sulp. of Potash (48 per cent)......

2,000
State value mixed and bagged.............. $33.56
Plant Food per ton .............'.......... 425 piniiids













COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FEED STUFF
FOR 1914.

For the season of 1914 the following "State values" are
fixed as a guide to purchasers, quotation January 1.
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 other feeds, pork. beef, etc.:

COMMERCIAL VALUES OF FEED STUFFS FOR 1914.

Indian corn being the standard @$35.00 per ton.
($1.75 per sack of 100 lbs., 98c per bu. 56 tbs.)
To find the commercial State value, multiply the per-
centages by the price per unit.
A unit being 20 pounds (1%o) of a ton.
Protein, 4.8c. per pound ................. 96c. per unit
Starch and Sugar, 1.55c. per pound ...... 31c. per unit
Fats, 3.5c. per pound ................... 70c. per unit

EXAMPLE NO. 1.

CORN AND OATS, EQUAL PARTS-
Protein .........................11.15 x 96c, $10.71
Starch and Sugar ..................64.65 x 31c, $20.04
Fat ............................... 5.20 x 70c, 3.64

State value per ton ...........................$34.49

EXAMPLE No. 2.

Protein .........................10.50 x 96c, $10.08
Starch and Sugar ................ 69.60 x 31c, 21.57
Fat ............................ 5.40 x 70c, $ 3.78

State'value per ton ........................$35.43












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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913. L. HEIMBURGER, Asst. Chemist.
Samples taken by Purchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved May 22, 1901.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. S BY WHOM SENT.

,0 03
*^ fi ? I ^ -4


Dried Sewer Sludge......... 2890 ......
Fertilizer .................. 2891 5.76
Fertilizer .................. 2892 7.07
Fertilizer .................. 2893 8.59
Basic Slag ................. 2894 .....
Fish Guano ................. 2895 ....
Fertilizer .................. 2896 9.25
Fertilizer No. 1 (Armour's 2897 5.45
Original)
Fertilizer No. 2 (Armour's 2898 7.12
Vegetable.)
Fertilizer No. 3 (Tomato 2899 6.17
Special.)
Fertilizer No. 4 (Armour's 2900 5.52
Irish Potato Special.)


00.47
3.84
6.36
7.70
7.77
3.89
10.05
6.13

7.41

6.22

5.71


0.17 00.64
9.60 13.44
3.60 9.96
0.88 8.58
12.36 20.13.
5.89 9.78
0.96 11.01
1.44 7.57

1.43 8.84

1.32 7.541

0.781 6.49


0.83
6.10
4.98
4.03

11.40
3.47
5.07

4.18

5.30

3.97


...... H. G. Tinker, Reddick.
10.82 Henry Hires, Dover.
10.55 H. K. Still, Crewsville.
7.911A. M. Waldron, East Palatka.
...... Ivan L. McMullen, Largo.
...... Ivan L. McMullen, Largo.
10.80 H. A. Perry, Pomona.
5.20 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
ville.
6.15 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
ville.
8.52 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
ville.
9.34 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
ville.











Fertilizer No. 5 (Armour's
Bone and Potash.)
Fertilizer No. 6 (Armour's
Star Brand Fertilizer.)
Fertilizer ..................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ....................
Kainit .......................

Fertilizer ..................
Fertilizer No. 1..............
Fertilizer No. 2.............
Fertilizer ...................
fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ..................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ..................
Cotton Seed Meal...........
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer No. 3.............
Tobacco Dust ..............


8.40

5.48

8.80
8.38
2.11


10.54
9.14
9.02

1.73
9.55
6.94
4.59

6.79
7.17
9.59

7.87
6.80
4.84
9.78
9.40

10.04


7.94

5.79

8.19
6.52
4.03


8.20
5.20
6.71
6.86
5.04
3.60
6.38
9.17
6.89
4.36
6.96
9.21
6.00
7.70
7.26
5.93
7.17
7.08

7.39


..... 6.67
.o.....,......,


1.36

1.41

0.90
0.75
7.54


0.82
0.86
1.05
2.30
5.80
2.43
0.64
1.16
0.68
5.18
2.27
1.10
2.27
1.32
0.13
6.73
2.47
0.64

1.25
1.34
......


9.30

7.20

9.09
7.27
11.57


9.02
6.06
7.76
9.16
10.84
6.03
7.02
10.33
7.57
9.54
9.23
10.31
8.27
9.02
7.39
12.66
9.64
7.72

8.64
-8.01


5.21

3.23

3.24
4.80
2.79


3.92
4.17
5.15
3.73
2.86
4.24
4.41
4.62
4.46
3.96
4.94
4.35
5.27
4.29
4.21
2.11
5.10
4.03
7.83
2.48
2.16
2.68


1.41 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
ville.
6.32 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson.
ville.
10.74 H. A. Perry, Pomona.
7.21 T. B. Glass, Hastings.
4.59 J. A McColl, Bradentown.
12.20 American Agricultural Chemical Cora-
pany, Jacksonville.
10.70 J. A. Anderson, Owens.
8 90 E. R. Parker, Mulberry.
11.44 E. R. Parker, Mulberry.
14.85 J. H. Smith, Palmetto.
10.23 C. 0 McLaughlin, Sanford.
10.45ICol. John F. Horr, Jacksonville..
11.04 E. B. Brown, Sanford
10.50 E. B. Brown, Sanford
8.32 W. Z. Chappell, Orange Hill.
8.77 John Bolly, Sanford
9.13 J. P. Cowburn, Crescent City.
5.93 0. S. Mills, Live Oak.
5.82 J. C. Robinson, Seville.
8.51IC. J. Hunter, Crescent City.
6.65 E. B. Brown, Sanford.
11.16 J. O. Parrish, Parrish.
5.24 H. W. Smith, Bartow.
7.56H. A. Perry, Pomona.
...... E.A. Hargrove, Quincy.
2.46 Campbell Co., Laurel Hill.
2.71 Campbell Co., Laurel Hill.
6.22 R. A. Clyatt, White City.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAND.


Ashes No. 1..................
Ashes No. 2 ..................
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Fertilizer No. 2..............
Fertilizer No. 3...............
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer No. 3...............
Fertilizer No. 4...............
Fertilizer No. 5...............
Fertilizer No. 1..............
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer No. 3...............
Fertilizer No. 4...............
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer No. 3...............
Fertilizer ....................
Acid Phosphate ..............
Fertilizer ...................


C-















9.65
9.23
12.62
8.31



9.08

7.18


Phosphoric Acid.


.. .

m 1
"3 'o S


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

6.79 0.86
8.80 1.11
7.74 1.08
10.87 3.22
10.28 1.33
9.40 6.47
18.94 0.99
8.61 4.37
8.61 1.01
8.52 1.11
11.30 0.77
8.39 0.70
10.20 5.07
9.74 4.95
11.12 0.79
4.67 10.78
17.11 0.16
4.84 8.24


7.65
9.91
8.82
14.09
11.61
15.87
19.93
12.98
9.62
9.63
12.07
9.09
15.27
14.69
11.91
15.45
17.27
13.08


0








2.58
2.38

7.94

2.46
0.63
2.20
0.75
2.02
2.43
6.52
0.70
4.11

4.47


BY WHOM SENT.


13.831W. M. Tallant, Manatee.
3.96 W. M. Tallant, Manatee.
5.06 George R. Spooner, Sneads.
2.13 George R. Spooner, Sneads.
2.70 George R. Spooner, Sneads.
0.91 Shelfer & Ellinor, Havana.
3.78iShelfer & Ellinor, Havana.
2.50 Shelfer & Ellinor, Havana.
......Shelfer & Ellinor, Havana.
2.I1 Shelfer & Ellinor, Havana.
3.43i,. H. Parrish, Cottondale.
2.21 J. H. Parrish, Cottondale.
3.381J. H. Parrish, Cottondale.
2.33|J. H. Parrish, Cottondale.
1.39 E. B. Shelfer Co., Quincy.
2.29 E. B. Shelfer Co., Quincy.
3.66!E. B. Shelfer Co., Quincy.
6.30 T. D. Fitzgerald, Tampa.
...... J. L. Robertson, Bristol
7.62J. 0. Parrish, Parrislh.











Fertilizer .................... 2950 ...... 5.92 6.90
Fertilizer No. 1............... 2951 1.68 4.08 7.31
Fertilizer No. 2 ............... 2052 3.01 4.32 4.26
Fertilizer .................... 2953 10.52 11.09 0.61
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2954 8.09 8.28 0.06
Fertilizer No. 2............... 2955 10.81 9.47 0.17
Fertilizer No 3............... 2956 10.06 9.55 1.59
Fertilizer "A" ............... 2957 ...... 9.05 00.20
Fertilizer .................... 2958 5.60 7.46 1.28
Nitrate Soda ................ 2959 ...... .. ....
Fertilizer .................... 2960 ...... 3.15 0.98
Sulfate Ammonia ............ 2961 ..... ............
Acid Phosphate .............. 2062 ..... 18.54 0.02
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 2963 12.39 8.84 0.57
Fertilizer No. 2............... 2964 13.73 8.25 2.10
Fertilizer No. 3............... 2965 12.25 9.57 0.49
Fertilizer No. 4.............. 2966 12.82 10.39 0.07
Fertilizer .................... 2967 11.05 9.11 0.79
Fertilizer .................... 296 10.07 7.75 0.73
Fertilizer .................... 2969 11.03 8.75 1.20
Fertilizer .................... 2970 ..... 8.41 0.83
Fertilizer .................... 2971 7.16 ..... ..
Acid Phosphate No. 1........ 2972 ...... 16.55 0.23
Fertilizer No. 2............. 2973 10.11 0.42 0.22
Fertilizer No. 3............... 2974 10.00 10.62 0.06
Ground Bone ............... 2975 ...... .... ....
Fertilizer No. 1............... 29761 ...... 6.22 0.28
Steamed Bone No. 2.......... 129771 ...... ...........
Raw Bone No. 3.............. 2078..... ..........
Fertilizer No. 7................12979 8.62 6.19 1.26
Fertilizer ................... 129801 ...... 9.631 0.841


12.82
11.39
8.58
11.70|
8.34
9.641
11.14
9.25
8.74

4.13

18.56
9.41
10.35
10.06
10.46
9.90
8.48
9.95
9.24
5.65
16.78
9.64
10.68
22.70
6.501
23.43!
17.271
7.451
10.471


4.07 6.46)W. E. Bastill, Wauchula.
2.10 8.631Edison Curry, Bradentown.
3.23 7.95[Edison Curry, Bradentown.
2.55 3.031T. M. uoon, Greenv -e.
2.92 0.52lGivens & Clary, Laurel Hill.
1.78 2.06IGivens & Clary, Laurel Hill.
2.53 2. 0[Givens & Clary, Laurel Hill.
3.70 7.371H. E. Spencer, PWest Palm Beach.
4.20 11.15 D. F. DeCoster, Winter Haven.
18.77 ...... W. Cary, Crescent City.
0.63 0.50 C. C. Pledger, Marianna.
25.35 ...... S. J. Meares, Anona.
...... ..... S. J. Meares, Anora.
2.64 2.441D. R. Moore, Laurel Hill.
2.38 1.90 D. R. Moore, Laurel Hill.
1.87 2.21 D. R. Moore, Laurel Hill.
1.55 1.74 D. R. Moore, Laurel Hill.
2.10 3.04 Ed Wang, Laurel Hill.
2.19 2.81 Mrs. J. W. Houston, Laurel Hill.
2.14 3.18IF. G. Gray, Laurel Hill.
2.42 3.441Thos. O. Wolfe, Pollard, Ala.
5.61 10.32 Carroll Dunscombe, Stuart.
...... ..... Chas. Bracken, Rock Creek.
2.49 2.40 Chas. Bracken, Rock Creek.
1.62 2.62 Chas. Bracken, Rock Creek.
4.40 ..... Miss P. E. Griffis. Tampa.
3.041 9.211E. F. Sperry, Orlando.
3.10 ...... E. F. Sperry, Orlando.
5.72 ...... E. F. Sperry, Orlando.
2.83 5.70FGivens & Clary. Laurel Hill.
2.001 3.321M. M. Grimes, Laurel Hill.


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SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. 6 BY WHOM SENT.

Z 0 0 a


Fertilizer .................... 2981 7.94 7.58
Fertilizer ................... 2982 13.14 11.85
Fertilizer No. 4............... 2983 11.33 8.69
Fertilizer No. 5................. 12984 10.96 9.77
Fertilizer No. 6............... 2985 11.141 9.84
Fertilizer .................... 2986 12.21 8.07
Fertilizer .................... 2987 13.1 9.97
Fertilizer ....................1298 8.40 8.09
Fertilizer .................... 29S! 8.72 6.94
Fertilizer .................... 2990 ...... 12.82
Acid Phosphate No. 1......... 2991 ...... 16.32
Fertilizer No. 2............... 2992 ...... 7.79
Fertilizer No. 3............... 2993 ...... 9.41
Fertilizer .................... 2994 6.99 4.63
Fertilizer ................... 2995 7.991 6.71
Fertilizer :................... 2996 .... 6.39
Fertilizer No. 1............... 2997 17.71 8.46
Fertilizer No. 2............... 2998 14.42 10.23
Fertilizer No. 1............... 2999 10.04 10.27
Fertilizer No. 2...............13000 12.50 10.25
Fertilizer No. 3.............. 3001 9.91 10.30


0.96
0.62
0.86
0.95
1.45
2.51
0.42
1.97
0.41
0.03
0.39
0.52
1.15
0.58
1.1.1
0.90
0.32
0.29
1.44
1.52
1.54


8.54
12.47
9.5.5
10.72
11.29
10.58
10.39
10.06
7.35
12.85
16.71
8.31
10.56
5.21
7.86
7.29
8.78
10.52
11.71
11.77
11.84


3.10
2.34
2.31
1.87
2.31
2.30
2.58
4.59
4.15
2.67

2.54
2.28
4.38
4.71
4.09
2.20
3.21
2.44
3.11
2.42


5.451E. J. Waddell, Laurel Hill.
1.36 G. W. Melvin, Holt.
1.90 Givens & Clary, Laurel Hill.
1.42 Civens & Clary. Laurel Hill.
2.83:Givens & Clary, Laurel Hill.
1.861R. L. McDonald, Sullivan.
1.961H. P. Harris, Crestview.
8.05 E. H. Folk, Tampa.
7.60 H. A. Perry, Pomona.
1.63 J. M. Johns, Sexton.
..... P. B. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill.
1.69 P. B. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill.
2.19 P. B. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill.
6.08 Wm. Beck, Kenwood.
5.64 Frank Turner, Parrish.
8.34 W. R. Sellers, bpuds.
3.35 L. M. Griffin, Biountstown.
4.40 L. M. Griffin, Blountstown.
2.85 L. Adams, Glendale.
2.06 L. Adams, Glendale.
2.091L. Adams, Glendale.










Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ....... .......
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ...................
Sea Bird Guano.............
Fertilizer ...................
Vegetable Meal .............
Fertilizer No. 5..............
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ....................
Acid Phosphate .............
Acid Phosphate ..............
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ...................
Dried Blood ................
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Bird Guano ..................
Fish Scrap .................
Fertilizer .....................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Acid Phosphate No. 2.........
Acid Phosphate No. 1........
Fertilizer No. 2..............
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer No. 1..............
Fertilizer No. 2...............


3002 8.63
3003 12.52
3004 ......
3005 11.94
3006 .....
3007 ......
3008 .....
3009 ......
3010 10.17
3011 12.92
3012 13.33
3013 13.64
3014 ......
3015 .....
3016 ......
3017 8.43
3018 5.19
3019 ... ..
3020 12.23
3021 14.01
3022 ......
3023 .....
3024 ......
3025 .....
3026 9.59
3027 ......
3028 .....
3029 8.86
3030 10.49
3031 ......
3032 ......


0.25
0.35
0.32
0.19
0.78
4.11
0.86

0.55
0.57
0.67
0.55
0.85
1.06
0.49
0.76
8.90

0.94
1.10


0.37
1.12
2.83
0.10
0.11
3.04
0.34
0.60
0.83


9.43
10.13
15.89
9.68
8.56
18.54
10.51
0.99
8.56
12.41
12.44
11.15
17.34
18.74
10.92
7.66
15.06

10.58
7.79
17.87
20.18
7.80
11.15
12.46
18.50
18.60
10.34
12.56
10.13
8.74


4.62
3.15
1.06
2.44
5.04
4.57
3.63
3.41
2.26
2.09
1.95
2.28


1.85
3.17
4.14
3.96
3.88
4.47
8.04
7.64
2.54
2.83
3.18


3.28
2.53
2.50
2.97


7.77 Z. C. Chambliss, Ocala.
5.62 Willis Hall ,Sparr.
0.38 Milton Cash House, Milton.
2.04 M. Stevenson, Noma.
8.81 Chas. Ericsson, Hallandale.
1.11 M. A. Hill, Tarpon Srings.
4.83 J. W. Henderson, Luanna.
3.021R. P. Johnson, Orlando.
3.88 D. R. Moore, Laurel Hill.
1.57 John Smith, Holt.
1.69 John Gibson, Holt.
2.001G. E. Townson, Holt.
...... J. S. Howell, Chumuckla.
...... 0. A. Gavin, Laurel Hill.
3.61 0. A. Gavin, Laurel Hill.
10.02 A. G. Green, Starke.
7.36 W. H. Quiston, Parrish.
...... H. Dell, Pensacola.
7.271J. C. Smith, Little River.
5.241J. C. Smith, Little River.
1.73 L. Ferguson, Tarpon Springs.
...... E. E. Saunders & Co., Pensacola.
4.01 G. W. Ray, Kendrick.
2.421J. M. Givens. Laurel Hill.
1.691J. W. Mathews, Faceville, Ga.
...... J. W. Mathews, Faceville, Ga.
..... W. H. Mathews, Faceville, Ga.
3.18 W. H. Mathews, Faceville, Ga.
1.991J. D. Kelly, Laurel Hill.
2.441W. D. Locke, Laurel Hill.
3.551W. D. Locke, Laurel Hill.


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SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913.- (Continued.)


Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. S BY WHOM SENT.



isZh crS 0
X"a 3 4 4 0 1 J


p1 .............. ......
Fish Scrap "XI........ ..... 3034 ......
Fertilizer .................. 3035 9.761
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 3036 ......
Fertilizer No. 2............... 3037 7.64
Fertilizer No. 3............... 30381 5.93
Fertilizer No. 4.............. 30391 7.41
Bird Guano No. 1............. 13040 ......
Bird Guano No. 2.............13041 ......
Fertilizer .................... 3042 13.86
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 3043 ......
Acid Phosphate No. 2........ 3044 .....
Fertilizer ................... 34 9.61
Fertilizer .................... 3046 15.93
Fertilizer .................... 3047 10.76
Fertilizer ................. .. 048 ......
Fertilizer .................... 3049 ......
Fertilizer No. 1............... 3050 ......
Fertilizer No. 2............... 13051 6.96
Fertilizer No. 3............... 130521 6.96


... I ....
5.401 0.57
7.031 0.81
7.511 1.01
7.471 1.48
8.21 1.21


5.98 0.94
9.77 0.04
17.20 0.07
6.58 0.80
11.56 0.41
8.77 1.33
11.21 0.92
7.04 1.05
11.24 0.68
8.82 1.49
10.05 2.25


1.26!
5.97
7.84
8.521
8.951
0.42
19.951
22.47
6.92
9.81
17.27
7.3
11.971
10.10
12.13
8.09
11.92


14.83
5.721
4.02
4.11
4.97
4.42
4.91
7.14
2.89
1.97

2.92
2.04
2.98
2.20
4.21


10.31 1.11
12.30| 1.50


...... J. C. Barrow, Ft. Myers.
4.59 C. II. Lundy, Parrish.
8.78 il. G. Ballard, Byrd.
7.2511H. G. Ballard, Byrd.
8.16jH. G. Ballard, Byrd.
7.0811H. G. Ballard, Bryd.
1.381B. E. Chapman, Tampa.
1.82 B. E. Chapman, Tampa.
9.07 B. B. Crum, Fulford.
4.85 J. F. Faircloth, Dorcas.
...... .J. F. Faircloth, Dorcas.
5.0814. W. Shurette. Laurel Hill.
1.69jW. J. Jones, Holt.
2.27 Martin Wang, Laurel Hill.
2.04 Frank Riley, Holt.
7.31 L. C. Canova, East Palatka.
4.36 J. M. Morgan, Cottondale.
7.46 J. M. Morgan, Cottondale.
5.89 J. M. Morgan, Cottondale.









Fertilizer ..................
Acid Phosphate ..............
Nitrate Soda .................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ...................
Acid Phosphate ..............
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer No. 1.............
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer No. 3..............
Sea Bird Guano...............
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer No. 1............
Fertilizer No. 1.............
Fertilizer No. 2..............
Fertilizer No. 1.............
Fertilizer No. 2..............
Fertilizer No. 1.............
Fertilizer No. 2..............
Fertilizer No. 2..............
"Blood Meal" ...............
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer No. 1.............
Fertilizer No. 2..............
Fertilizer No. 3..............
Fertilizer ...................


3053......
3054 ......
3055 ......
3056 5.98
3057 10.15
3058 ......
3059 ......
3Cn 5.17
30611 5.25
3062 12.67
3063 13.18
3064 11.90
3065 ......
3066 10.93
3067 6.63
3068 11.89
3069 10.98
3070 10.01
3071 9.96
3072 5.65
3073 8.57
3074 12.52
3075 .....
3076 ......
3077 8.43
3078 15.27
3079 11.53
3080 12.21
3081 5.19


6.02
15.30

7.37
10.87
17.86
10.79
5.81
7.64
10.55
12.18
10.15

11.18
7.75|
10.36
11.47
9.64
11.76
14.05
12.29
8.69

8.30|
6.96|
11.82
8.44
10.36
6.58


0.971
0.96

1.78
0.22
0.36
1.33
0.31
1.71
0.33
u.49
0.51

0.76
1.24
1.18
1.32
0.48
1.34
0.73
0.15E
0.20

0.20
0.99
.13
0.25
0.24
1.54


6.99
16.26

9.15
11.09
18.22
12.12
6.12
9.35
10.88
12.67
10.66
17.78
11.94
8.99
11.54
12.79
10.12
13.10
14.78
12.44
8.98

8.50
7.95
11.95
8.69
10.60
8.12


4.10

18.97
4.33
4.37

2.45
2.99
4.56
2.00!
1.91
2.10
12.33
1.94
4.241
2.30
2.15
2.10
2.25

2.12
5.00
16.70
2.67
4.851
2.70
3.70
4.60
4.33


8.511F. J. Fearnslde, Palatka.
...... W. L. Hagood, Faceville, Ga.
......J. P. Rasmusen, Bradentown.
6.441R. F. Rigdon, Palatka.
4.40 H. T. Smith, Berrydale.
...... C. B. Whiddon, Chattahoochee.
2.06 H. A. Clark, Laurel Hill.
7.79 T. A. Pitt, Minneola.
8.981E. B. Brown, Sanford.
2.70 R. A. Milligan. Laurel Hill.
3.55 R. A. Milligan, Laurel Hill.
4.01R. A. Milligan, Laurel Hill.
1.63 W. F. Ferguson. Tarpon Springs.
2.15 S. R. Fowler, Laurel Hill.
6.68 J. A. Townsend, Glen St. Mary.
2.71 A. 0. Botts, Botts.
1.90 A. O. Botts, Botts.
3.96 R. L. Bishop, Berrydale.
1.96 R. L. Bishop, Berrydale.
...... Isaac Bishop, Ber-ydale.
1.67 Isaac Bishop, !errydale.
2.52 J. A. Townsend, Glen St. Mary.
...... W. D. Eaton, Jupiter.
4.93J. F. Faircloth, Dorcas.
10.10 J. K. Christian, Mcintosh.
3.53 M. L. Hinson, Concord.
4.76 M. L. Hinson, Concord.
2.94 M. L. Hinson, Concord.
5.511G. H. Heath, Byrd.


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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. FERTILIZER SECTION. FRANK T. WILSON, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist and State Inspector Under Sections 1, 2 and 13,
Act Approved May 24, 1905.


Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. 6 .d BY WHOM SENT.

Z Cd
i-l <3 Q ^ < FL


Fertilizer ................... 3082
Fertilizer .................. 30'3
Sea Fowl Guano............. 3084
Ground Castor Pomace...... 3085
Fertilizer No. 1............. 13086
Fertilizer No. 2............. 3087
Ashes ...................... 30SS
Fertilizer ................... .10.9-
Gun no ...................... 1090
Fertilizer ................... :1091
Complete Fertilizer ......... 30902
Fertilizer ................... 130. 3
Fertilizer ................... )304
Treated Muck or Peat (Potash 3005
Salts added.)


4 54
9.CO


7.45
7.68

0.23

5.39
15.341

7.171
...... I


5.94 0.90 6.00
9.78 1.02 10.80
..... ...... ......

7.83 4.02 11.85
6.25 2.40 8.05

7.14 0.78 7.02
10..50 1.90 12.40
5.85 0.5-0 0..315
9.51 3.80 13.41
3.0(5 1 .8q, 5r..50
6.40 2.55 8.95
..... .... ....


4.90 S.91 Green & Robertson. Rideout.
3.22 6.35,Juo. A. Bailey, Chumuckla.
4.s0 ....... E. Chapman. Tampa.
5.35 .... Osceola Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville.
5.13 5.24 Henry W. Smith, Wauchula.
4.03 10.52'Henry W. Smith. Wauchula.
..... 0.341W. S. Tallant, Manatee.
5.01 8.15'F. E. Williams, Inverness.
2.39 1].s8 R. H. Ellison. Baker.
3.20 7.17 D. H. Spencer. Sorrento.
4.73 0.17'.T. Ed Raulerson. I.lly.
0.1.5 4.53 C. T. Brown. Delray.
5.45 10.06 TT. Smith, Wanehuln.
2.17 6.65 Rohert Ranson. Pablo Beach.










Fertilizer .................. 3096 8.52
Fertilizer N6. 3............. 307 6.31
Fertilizer ................... 3008 1.74
Castor Pomace ............. 3090 ......
Fertilizer .................. 3100 7.67
Hardwood and Hickory Ashes 3101 ......
Fertilizer No. 1 (C.S. M.).. 3102 ......
Fertilizer No. 2 (complete).. 3103 8.03
Fertilizer No. 3 (Kainit).... 3104 ......
Guano ................... 3105 ......
Fertilizer ................... 31060 4.20
Fertilizer ................... 3107 4.24!
Fertilizer ................... 310SI 5.431
Fertilizer ................... 31001 8.3S!
Ashes ...................... 131101..... i
No. 1 OGuno .............. ..31111 10.451
No. 2 Phiosphnte............. 31121......
No. 1 Fertilizer.............. 131131 11.80
Guano ...................... 13114 ...... I
Fertilizer ................... 131151 9.021
Fertilizer ................... 131161...... I
Acid PhosDhate ..............131171......
Fertilizer .................. 1311 |...... I
Aslile ......................3110 n...... I
Fertilizer No. 1............ 131201 8.441
Fertilizer No. 2............ .11211 0.711
Fertilizer No. 3............. 1.1221 12.041
Fertilizer ................... 13123| 11.05|
Fertilizer ................... 131241 ......
Fertilizer ......... ........ 31251 5.R8
Fertilizer ................... 131201 3.53)


7.25 0.85 8.10 5.31
11.40 0.10 11.50 3.44
5.70 4.95 10.74 ......
..... ...... ...... ,. 02
8.00 2.SO 10.0S 4.43
...: ...... ...... ......"
..... ...... ...... 8.00
12.02 0.43 12.45 2.03
.... .... ......| ...... ......
9.25 0.35 0.00 2.35
8.90 2.25 11.15 4.54
8.721 2.4R 11.20 4.40
8.201 3.20 11.40 5.03
0.21 1.14 7.3.. 2.38
..... .4.. I. 5 ..2 ..
10.001 O.COI 10.C00 3.45
10.25. 1.151 17.401 ......
9.201 1.00! 10.80- 2.79(
9.231 1.271 10.50! 2.431
6.95! 0.051 7.901 3.981
12.621 0.3ql 13.00 ......
1S.55! 1.0.-1 10.0| .... .
10.65! 0.45! 11.10 3.95
..... I ......I...... I .....
7.371 1..55 8.021 3.23
9.301 0.201 9.50 3.08!
10.151 0.051. 10.80 3.R80
6.C00 0.01 7.40 3.051
9.28! 1.701 10.98 1.90
6.861 0.74! 7.100 3.10
5.501 0.501 6.00 3.35


7.941F. E. Williams, Inverness.
11.881Henry W. Smith, Wauchula.
...... 1H. Gacio, Venice.
...... Osceola Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville.
8.09,J. T. Rousseau, Largo.
1.45jJ. It. Williams, Citra.
...... J. M. Nobles. Berrydale.
2.30,J. M. Nobles, Berrydale.
11.32,J. M. Nobles, Berrydale.
1.,SJ. C. Stewart, Bascom.
7.91)T. E. Mobley, Hastings.
7.401J. A. Gladuey, Hastings.
0.142 J. J. Brown, Hastings.
9.771L. J. Hartley, Jr., Longwood.
3.34iB. F. Blackburn, Osprey.
3.08 E. Mh. Pitts. Itcd Itock.
...... E.. itts, Red Iock.
1.751J. W. Kelly, Otalite.
3.40'J. M. Deshazo, Mossy Head.
6.541M. Merrett, West Apopka.
3.71J. W. Peddle. Bristol.
...... I. B. Hnggins. Bluff Springs.
3.8SIB. D. Mayo, Pollard.
3.14I'. F. Blackburn. Osprey.
9..71C. F. Kistner. Crystal Itvier.
7.211C. F. Kistner. Crystal River.
5.o 0C. F. Kistner. Crystal River.
8.2S1R. P. Johnson, Orlando.
1.201C. B. Franklin, Galliver.
10. lArmour Fertz. Wks., Jacksonville.
8.29lArmour Fertz. Wks., Jacksonville.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913.-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.
O

NAME, OR BRAND. o BY WHOM SENT.


.. P 4


Fertilizer ................... 31271
Fertilizer ................... 31281
Fertilizer ................... 3129
Fertilizer ...................3130
Ashes No. 1............... 3131
Ashes No. 2................. 3132
hardwood Ashes ........... 3133
Phosphatic Clay (Sea Mud).. 3134
Fertilizer (Basic Slag & 3135
Nitrogen.)
Fertilizer No. 1............ 3136
Fertilizer No. 2............ 3137
Thomas Phosphate.......... 3138
Fertilizer .................. 3139
Hardwood Ashes .......... 3140
Venezuela Goat Manure..... 3141
V. C. Special Fertilizer...... 3142
Fertilizer ................... 3143
Fertilizer ................... 3144
Fertilizer ................... 3145
Fertilizer No. 1............ 3146


0.58
4.88
5.25







13.69
12.87

8.11

13.37
7.12
9.15
13.29

10.07


7.90 0.9U
5.83 0.82
6.90 0.90
7.88 2.20
..... ......



4.73 6.87

9.00 1.80
10.48 1.62
9.70 7.30
8.78 3.82

1.20 0.15
5.37 1.95
6.62 1.01
5.10 6.80
16.90 0.95
5.65 2.45


8.80 4.45
6.65 5.28
7.80 5.55
10.08 3.68
...... ......


1.20 ......
11.60 3.21

10.80 2.00
12.10 2.35
17.00 ......
12.60 4.45

1.35 2.13
7.32 5.40
'7.65 4.10
11.90 3.15
17.85 .....
8.10 3.80


6.1I2rArmour kertz. Wks., Jacksonvllle.
5.13jArmour Fertz. Wks., Jacksonville.
8.34]Armour Fertz. Wks., Jacksonville.
11.681Nocatee Fruit Co., Nocatee.
0.371Walter S. Tallant, Manatee.
0.271Walter S. Tallant, Manatee.
2.051R. P. Johnson, Orlando.
..... J. Raford Carter, Merritt.
...... Jno. W. Jourdan, Jacksonville.

1.20!Chas. B. Franklin, Galliver.
2.061Chas. B. Franklin, Galliver.
...... C. J. Stubbs. Fort Myers, Fla.
1.39 J. W. Jourdan, 321 Ocean St., Jax'ville.
1.06 L. B. Walden, Manatee, Fla.
4.29 T. N. Estridge, Sanford, Fla.
6.481T. N. Estridge, Sanford, Fla.
5.321G. S. HollingsWorth, Arcadia, Fla.
7.70 A. W. Carlton, Knights, Fla.
...... E. B. Gintzbach, Redland, Fla.
4.37J. A. McCollum, Bowling Green, Fla.









Fertilizer No. 2............. 3147 10.141
Canada Hardwood Ashes.... 3148 ......
Fertilizer .................. 3149 5.13
Special Mixture ............ 3150 5.18
Fertilizer ................... 3151 ......
Fertilizer ................... 31521 4.56
Fertilizer ................... 3153 4.76
Fertilizer ................... 3154 10.51
Fertilizer ................... 3155 4 44
Fertilizer ................... 3156 1.53
Sheep Manure ..............3157
Cotton Seed Meal........... 3158 .....
Fertilizer .................. 3159 7.54'
Fertilizer ................... 13160 6.19
Fertilizer ................... 13161 7.40G


5.73 2.62 .8.35

4.88 6.82 11.70
3.75 2.25 6.00

6.85 10.45 17.30
7.00 1.00 8.00
4.33 1.32 5.65
2.85 2.65 5.50
3.80 4.45 8.25
..... ...... 0.30

5.03 4.071 9.10
1.08 0.42 1.50
6.73 1.02 7.75


3.43

5.08
4.23
5.89
5.93
5.65
4.26
5.15
2.75
4.80
7.45
6.70
7.27
5.03


4.42jJ. A. McCollum, Bowling Green, Fla.
2.67 E. B. Rood, Bradentown, Fla.
...... Independent Fertz. Co., Jacksonville.
12.48 E. M. Howard, Auburndile, Fla.
5.071M. C. Britt, Winter Garden, Fla.
...... T. E. Bugbee, Hastings, Fla.
5.92 R. T. Hewitt, Hastings, Fla.
2.811E. D. Davis, Hastings, Fla.
7.32 Carroll Dunscombe, Srtuart, Fla.
9.06 J. T. Rousseau, Largo, Fla.
0.161A. D. Key, 907 Park Ave., Sanford.
...... Ira C. Howell, Pensacola, Fla.
11.06'C. E. McLaughlin, Fort Myers, Fla.
14.731T. B. Glass, Hastings, Fla.
5.75'F. H. Smith, Hastings, Fla.


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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913. L. HEIMBURGER, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist Under Sections 1 and 2, Act Approved May 22, 1905.
Deficiencies Greater than 0.20% are Distinguished by Black Face Type.

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. ANALYSES BY WHOM AND WHERE
d MANUFACTURED.

0 U I
0al S ^ < p


Mapes Potato Special...... 1891 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Mapes Fruit and Vine 1892 Guarant'd Analysis
Manure ................ Official Analysis...

Mapes Orange Tree Manure 1893 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Germofert Celery Special.. 1894 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Germofert Orange Tree 1895 Guarant'd Analysis
Grower ................I Official Analysis...


12.00
6.96
10.0u
8.51

12.00
10.57
5.00
4.67
5.00
5.39


5.50 2.00 .....
6.1.u 3.71 9.84
5.00 2.00 .....
5.49 3.71 9.20
6.00 2.00 .. ...
6.21 4.46 10.67
5.00 7.00 12.00
3.36 12.15 15.51
3.00 9.00 12.00
4.43 11.33 15.76


3.50 7.00 Mapes F. & P. Guano Co.,
3.79 8.63 New York, N. Y.

2.00 10.00 Mapes F. & P. Guano Co.,
2.48 11.28 New York, N. Y.
4.00 3.00 Mapes F. & P. Guano Co.,
4.33 3.66 New York, N. Y.
6.00 6.00Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
5.75 5.721 Tampa, Fla.

4.00 5.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
3.86 5.95 Tampa, Fla.










Germofert Cabbage Special 1896 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Germofert Orange Fruiter 1897 Guarant'd Analysis
Special ................. Official Analysis...

Gulf Citrus Special........ 1898 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Fruit and Vine............ 1899 Guarant'd Analyis
Official Analysis...

H. G. Va.-Car. Champion 1900 Guarant'd Analysis
Citrus Compound ...... Official Analysis...

No, 2 Lettuce and Celery 1901 Guarant'd Analysis
Grower ................. Official Analysis...

Celery Special ........... 1902 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Gaskins' DeSoto Orange 1903 Guarant'd Analysis
Tree Grower ............ Official Analysis...

High Grade Blood & Bone 1904 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Favorite Non-Ammonlated 1905 Guarant'd Analysis
Special ................. Official Analysis...

Favorite Lake Melon Spe-1906 Guarant'd Analysis
cial ................... Official Analysis...


5.00
5.65

5.00
4.33

10.00
7.94

10.00
7.771

10.00
5.14

8.00
6.42

8.00
7.39

8.00
7.89

10.00


10.00
8.at

10.00
7.87


5.00
3.32

3.00


6.00
7.29

6.00
7.55

6.00
6.85

5.00
5.74

6.00
8.38

6.00
6.95

3.v0
4.52

10.00
9.30

7.00
8.35


7.00 12.00 6.00 4.001Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
13.32 16.64 4.94 3.26 Tampa, Fla.

9.00 12.00 2.00| 16.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
10.07 14.39 2.23 13.75 Tampa, Fla.

1.00 7.00 4.00 8.00 Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tam-
2.35 9.64 3.99 8.09 pa, Fla.

1.00 7.00 3.00 10.00 Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tam-
3.18 10.73 3.19 9.48 pa, Fla.

1.00 ...... 3.00 14.00 Vrginia-Carolina Chem.
0.85 7.70 3.25 12.00 Co., Sanford, Fla.

1.00 ...... 5.00 8.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
1.42 7.16 5.18 7.79 Co., Sanford, Fla.

1.00 ...... 6.00 8.001Virginia-Carolina Chem.
1.05 9.43 5.25 8.88 Co., Sanford, Fia.

1.00 ...... 5.00 6.50 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
0.71 7.66 4.97 5.76 Co., Sarford, Fla.

1.50 ...... 10.00 ...... Independent Fertz. Co.,
4.02 8.54 9.92 ...... Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00......... 11.00 Independent Fertz. Co.,
0.40 9,70 .... 11.36 Jacksonville Fla.

1.001. 5.00 5.00Independent Fertz. Co.,
1.411 9.76 5.08 5.53 Jacksonville, Fla.


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OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1913-(Cont.nued.)

Phosphoric Acid.


NAMEORBRAND. ANALYSES BY WHOM and WHERE
NA, OR BRAND. ANALYSES MANUFACTURED.


ii I I . .
o2 c0l 3 t B e

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Favorite Fruiter Manure..


Sulfate Ammonia .........


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


Gem Die Back...........


Gem Potato Manure......


Gem Watermelon Special.


Armour's Practical Trucker


1007 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

,1908 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

S1909 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

S1910 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

. 1911 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1912 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

r 1913 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


10.00U
5.9u

10.00.


8.00
6.72

8.00
7.92

8.00
7.46

5.011
7.021

10.0
6.091


6.00
7.64

7.00
9.00

4.00
5.32

6.00
5.74

6.00
6.30


0.50 ....
0.46 9.25




2.00 ......
2.10 9.74

..... ......
0.65 9.65

1.00 ......
0.53 5.85

2.00 ...
0.51 6.25

1.00 .....
0.411 6.71


4.00 12.00 Independent Fertz. Co.,
4.05 11.61 Jacksonvillo, Fla.

25.00 ...... Independent Fertz. Co.,
27.87 ...... Jacksonville, Fla. o

4.00 6.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
4.60 7.25 Jacksonville, Fla.

...... 13.50 E. Painter Fertz. Co.,
...... 13.05 Jacksonville, Fla.

4.00 11.00E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
5.13 8.16 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 10.00 E. Painter Fertz. Co.,
3.97 11.54 Jacksonville, Fla.
3.00 10.00 Armour Fertz. Works,
3.16 9.66 Jacksonville, vFa.


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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1913. FRANK T. WILSON, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist Under Sectinns 1 and 2. Act Approved May 22, 1905.
Deficiencies Greater than 0.20% are Distinguished by Black Face Type.

Phosphoric Acid.

F i -o w BY WHOM and WHERE
NAME, OR BRAND. MANUFACTURED.
0 s d
an o c E M A
I I I I

Armour Fruit & Vine 1914 Guaranteed 10.001 6.00 1.00 ...... 2.50 11.001Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
Found..... 3.92 6.49 0.43 6.92 2.69 11.29 ville, Fla.
Bean Fertilizer .... 115 Guaranteed 10.00 5.001 1.00 ...... 5.00 5.00 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
jFound..... 0.64 6.76 0.82 7.58 4.97 5.94 ville. Fla.
tomato Special ..... 1916Guaranteed 10.00 6.00 1.00 ...... 5.00 8.00 Armour Fertilizer Works, Jackson-
Found..... 7.601 6.48 0.90 7.38 4.76 8.90 ville, Fla.
Goulding's Bone Comn-1917 Guaranteed I.001 8.001 1.00 ....... 2.00 2.00JAmerican Agricultural Chemical Co.,
pound. Found... 12.131 8.121 2.90 11.02 2.35 1.00 Pesacola, Fla.

New Mineral Fertill-19181 Guaranteedl ..... .... I ...... 0.231 ...... 2.Oq!New Mineral Fertilizer Co., Boston,
zer. I IFound..... 0.121 ....I...... 0.061 ...... 0.001 Mass.


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OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1912-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND | BY WHOM and WHERE
Z MANUFACTURED.

d != /2
.1 o s E


Mapes Orange Tree
Manure.

Mapes Fruit & Vine
Manure.

Mapes Vegetable Ma-
nure.

Ideal Corn Fertilizer


Dekle's Trucker Gu-
ano.

V. C. Special No. 5..


Number 3 ..........


1919 Guaranteed
Found ....

1920 Guaranteed
Found.....

1921 Guaranteed
Found.....

1922 Guaranteed
Found.....

1923 Guaranteed
Found.....

1924 Guaranteed
Found.....

1925 Guaranteed
IFound.....


12.00
9.92

10.00
9.03

12.00
5.46

10.00
8.11

10.00
6.27

8.00
8.18

8.00
5.531


6.00
6.90

5.00
0.13

6.00
6.80

8.00
7.36

7.00
4.75

5.00
5.93

6.00
6.251


2.00 ......
3.95 10.85

2.00 ......
1.97 8.10

2.00 .....
3.20 10.00

2.00 ......
1.84 9.20

2.00 ......
2.45 7.20

1.00 ......
1.07 7.00

2.00 ......
0.151 6.451


4.00
4.55

2.00
2.75

5.00
5.94

2.00
2.05

3.00
3.45

5.00
5.00

4.00
3.851


3.00 Mapes F. & P. Guano Co., New
3.63 York, N. Y.

10.00 Mapes F. & P. Guano Co., New
10.86 York, N. Y. C

2.00 Mapes F. & P. Guano Co., New
5.12 York, N. Y.

6.00 Gulf Chemical Company, Marianna,
7.05 Fla.

8.001Gulf Chemical Company, Marianna,
9.(:9 Fla.

5.00 Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com-
4.27 pany, Sanford, Fla.

10.00 Southern Fertilizer Company, Or-
10.42j lando, Fla.








Ideal Fruit & Vine 1926 Guaranteedl 8.00
S Found.....I 1.98
New Mineral Fertili-1927 Guaranteed .....
zer ...............j Found..... .......

Magnolia Brand..... 1928 Guaranteed ......
Found..... ......

Cotton Seed Meal... 1929 Guaranteed ......
Found..... ......

Magnolia Brand High 1930 Guaranteed.....
Grade C. S. Meal Found..........

South'n Tree Grower 1931 Guaranteed 8.00
Found..... 8.38

Number One (for 1932 Guaranteed 8.00
young trees) ..... Found..... 8.04

Special for Fruit.... 1933 Guaranteed 8.00
Found..... 6.84

V. C. Fruit and Vine. 1934 Guaranteed 8.00
Found..... 2.49

Superior Orange Tree 1935 Guaranteed 10.00
Fruit & Vine Fertz. Found..... 2.65

"Superior" General 1936 Guaranteed 10.00
Trucker .......... Found..... 8.99


6.00 2.001...... 3.00 10.001Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Com-
6.85 1.00 7.85 3.55 8.85j pany, Jackonville, Fla.

.23...... 2.09 New Mineral Fertilizer Company,
.... ...... 0.15...... 0.00 Boston, Mass.

........... 2.50 7.50 1.50 Union Brokerage and Commission
..... ...... ...... 7.24 ...... Co., Vicksburg, Miss.

..... ...... 2.50 7.50 1.50 Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jacksonville,
..... .. .. 5.70 ...... Fla.

..... ...... 2.50 7.50 1.50 Union Brokerage and Commission
..... ...... ...... 8.10 ...... Co., Vicksburg, Miss.

6.00 ...... 4.00...... 8.00 Southern Fortz Co., Orlando, Fla.
6.40 0.20 6.60 4.18 8.30

6.00 2.00 ...... 5.00 4.00 Southern Fertz. Co., Orlando, Fla.
6.08 0.62 6.70 5.00 4.91

6.00 1.00 ...... 4.00 12.00 Southern Fertz. Co., Orlando, Fla.
6.93J 0.52i 7.08 3.87 11.07

6.00 1.00 ...... 2.50 10.00 Va.-Carolina Chemical Co., Sanford,
6.03 0.52 6.55 2.60 9.32 Fla.

6.00 1.00 ...... 4.00 12.00 Ocala Fertilizer Co., Ocala, Fla.
6.18 0.12 6.30 4.50 13.49

5.00 1.00 ......3.00 5.00 Ocala Fertilizer Co., Ocala, Fla.
5.58 0.07 5.65 3.80 5.39












OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1912-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME,ORBRAND .~ BY WH and WHERE
S" MANUFACTURED.


Superior vegetable
Fertzilizer ......

Germofert Hi'h Grade
Vegetable ........

Georgia State Stand-
ard Am.Superphos.

Dixie Trucker Fertz.


Potato Special......


Sweet Potato Special


Gulf Orange Tree
Grower ..........


i38'1 guarantee 1 iu.uu
Found..... 9.29

1938 Guaranteed 5.00
Found..... 5.60

1939 Guaranteed 10.0o0
Found..... 7.74

1940 GuaranteedI 8.001
Found..... 2.92

1941 Guaranteed 9.001
Found..... 5.95;

1942 Guaranteedl 8.00
Found..... 7.35!

1943 Guaranteed ......
'Found..... 7.62!


i.UU
7.05

5.00
5.15

8.00
8.23

0.00
7.38

5.00
7.28

6.001
7.75

6.001
7.301


1.00UU ......
0.15 7.20

7.001 12.00
9.10 14.25

1.00 ......
1.65 9.88

1.001 ... .
0.87 8.25

1.00i......
1.971 9.25

1.001 7.00
4.651 12.40

1.001 7.00o
4.50; 11.80


4.00
4.43

4.00
4.28

2.00
2.20

4.00
4.54

4.00j
4.851

3.50
4.13!

5.001
5.18


8.U00ucala Fertlllzer uo., ucala, Fla.
9.771

6.00 Tampa Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.
6.48

2.00 Va.-Carolina Chemical Co., Sanford,
2.54; Fla.

8.00 va.-Carolina Chemical Co., Sanford,
7.441 Fla.

10.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.
12.08

5.00 The Gult Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.
5.66

5.00The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.
6.371








Vegetable Special... 1944 Guaranteed
Found ....

W Tankage ........... 1945 Guaranteed
Found.....

Standard Fish and 1946 Guaranteed
Potash ........... Found.....

Sweet Potato Special 1947 Guaranteed
Found.....

Standard Vegetable 1948 Guaranteed
No. 1............. Found.....


10.00 6.00
8.721 8.35




11.00 4.00
13.69 1.85

10.00 6.00
9.06 6.15

10.00 5.00
9.28 5.70


1.00 7.00
2.75 11.10

...... 9.38
...... 8.40

1.001 5.00
3.651 5.50

1.00 7.00
0.35 6.50

1.00 6.00
0.501 6.20


5.00 5.00The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.
5.20 6.03

10.20 ...... Ocala Fertilizer Co., Ocala, Fla.
11.50 .....

5.00 6.00 Standard Fertz. Co., Gainesville,
4.39 6.30 Fla.

3.00 6.00 Standard Fertz. Co., Gainesville,
4.52 6.11 Fla.

4.00 6.00 Standard Fertz. Co., Gainesville,
3.90 6.88 Fla.











DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved May 24, 1905.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Mixed Feed .......................
Mixed Feed No. 128................
Cracked Corn .....................
Cotton Seed Meal ...............
Golden Cow Feed .................
Stafolife Feed ...................
Cotton Seed Meal..................
Stock Feed .......................
Cotton Seed Meal No. 1...........
Stafolife Horse Feed.............
Grain-Falfa Feed ................
Cotton Seed Meal ...............
Cotton Seed Meal .................
Cotton Seed Meal..................
Cotton Seed Meal .................
Cotton Seed Meal..................


LC; a
cZ r1 a
z 0;. $


BY WHOM SENT.


4.12 11.23 61.78 5.30 2.37 H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
9.07 10.97 61.30 4.32 2.27 Hughes Grocery Co., Florala, Ala.
1.95 10.39 69.91 4.10 2.05 Hughes Grocery Co., Florala, Ala.
11.37 39.24 24.92 8.35 6.82 M. W. Carroll, Round Lake Fla.
9.60 19.3150.87 4.57 5.40 City Milling and Trading Co., Tallahassee, Fla.
10.20 10.35 56.70 2.48 5.19 Mrs. H. P. Householder, Arcadia, Fla.
..... 39.14 .......... ..... Milton Cash House, Milton, Fla.
9.60 10.5342.66 1.74 6.54 John Nelson, Chipley, Fla.
.... 39.58 ..... .... ...... Campbell Co., Laurel Hill, Fla.
12.50 19.50 43.89 3.99 8.00 Groves Lumber Co., Hosford, Fla.
12.0011.4157.27 3.42 4.23 Groves Lumber Co., Hosford, Fla.
..... 38.70 ............. J. & O. Altschud Tobacco Co., Quincy Fla.
..... 39.14 ..... .......... Lake Jackson Mercantile Co., Lake Jackson, Fla.
..... 38.62 .............. Lake Jackson Mercantile Co., Lake Jackson, Fla.
.... 39.31..... ......... Lake Jackson Mercantile Co., Lake Jackson, Fla.
.... 39.58..... ..... ..... E. C. Behrens, Quincy, Fla.










Wheat Bran ........................
Cotton Seed Meal................ ..
Corn and Oats Feed......... ........
Mowrah Meal .......................
Cotton Seed .........................
Indian Corn ........................
Cotton Seed Meal ...................
Cotton Seed Meal....................
W heat Bran ........................
Cotton Seed Meal....................


260 9.00
261 ......
262 8.80
263 ... ..
264 ... ..
265 1.92
266 ......
267 ......
268 10.37
2691......


14.48 54.09 2.531 7.25 J. P. Rosmusen, Bradentown, Fla.
39.84 ............ ..... J. S. Howell, Chumuckla, Fla.
9.92 63.341 4.071 3.20 Florida Land Co., Montbrook, Fla.
18.02 ...... ...... ...... E. F. Sperry, Orlando, Fla.
17.90 ...... ...... ...... J. L. Kimbro, Galliver, Fla.
9.04 73.42 4.25 1.12 J. H. Harp, Crescent City, Fla.
38.70 ....... ..... ...... B. B. Penton, Chumuckla, Fla.
36.86 ...... ...... ...... L. Mayer, Pensacola, Fla.
15.36 54.15 5.35 5.27 A. Lindholm, Sanford, Fla.
40.94 ...... ............ Pat Walsh, Havana, Fla.











DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist and State Inspector Under Sections 1, 2 and 13, Act Approved May 24, 1905.
Deficiencies Greater than 0.20% are Distinguished by Black Face Type.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Victor Feed .............. 1433


Echo Stock Feed.......... 1434


Steinmesch Mixed Feed.... 1435


Red Mill Horse and Mule 1436
Feed ...................

Cracker Mule Feed........ 1437


Pure Winter Wheat Fancy 1438
Shorts ..................


ANALYSIS.



Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 9.30

Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 9.10

Guarant'd Analysis 6.00
Official Analysis... 2.63

Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis... 10.01

Guarant'd Analysis 12.00
Official Analysis... 12.52

Guarant'd Analysis 3.90
Official Analysis... 5.04


j. P ..

M 3
..2 C c Im
*~ *
5- _, S S


8.00 62.00
11.06 61.19

11.25 51.00
11.85 60.18

10.00 65.00
10.97 70.55

12.00 60.00
13.16 56.85

10.00 58.00
11.35 57.47

16.36 62.66
19.31 55.33


3.00 ...
3.48 3.57

3.50......
4.70 3.02

3.50 ...
3.30 2.85

4.00 ..... .
3.58 4.60

3.50 ...
3.65 3.92

4.50 ......
4.75 4.12


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.



The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Ill.

G. E. Patteson & Co., Memphis,
Tenn.

Steinmesch Feed Co., St. Louis,
Mo.

National Feed Mfg. Co., Macon,
Ga.

The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Ill.

Akin-Erskine Milling Co., Ev-
ansville, Ind.








National Dairy Feed.......1439Guarant'dAnalysis 15.00 15.00 48.00 3.25...... Stafolife & Milling Co., New
OfficialAnalysis... 13.97 15.77 45.47 3.82 5.47 Orleans, La.
Just Horse Feed........... 1440 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 10.50 58.00 3.70...... ust Milling & Feed Co., Nash-
Official Analysis... 5.44 10.38 62.04 3.22 6.26 ville, Tenn.
Nulife Horse Feed........ 1441 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 11.00 53.00 3.50 ...... tafolife Feed & Milling Co.,
OfficialAnalysis... 11.31 12.51 56.39 4.57 4.96 New Orleans, La.
Emerald Horse Feed...... 1442 Guarant'd Analysis 14.00 11.00 53.00 3.25 ...... Stafolife Feed & Milling Co.,
Official Analysis... 15.37 10.85 61.86 2.40 5.33 New Orleans, La.
"Jim Dandy" Feed....... 1443 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.50 55.00 2.50 ...... Cairo Milling Co., Cairo, Il.
Official Analysis... 8.73 11.32 54.61 3.32 8.36
A. & G. Molasses Feed.... 1444 Guarant'd Analysis 10.00 11.00 60.00 3.50 ..... National Milling Co., Macon, I
Official Analysis... 8.60 10.85 66.69 3.46 3.56 Ga.
Perfect Alfalfa Feed .... 1445 Guarant'd Analysis 7.30 10.381 64.24 3.50 ......Drago Grain Co., Mobile, Ala.
Official Analysis... 7.77, 12.291 61.27 3.30 4.40
Winter Wheat Middling... 1446 Guarant'd Analysis 4.00i 15.50 71.00 4.50 ...... The Quaker City Flour Co.,
Official Analysis... 1.R; 16.06 58.78 5.43 4.46 Philadelphia, Pa.


S Official Analysis... 13.471 14.92 48.92, 5.50 8.871 Tenn.
SI I I I
Ground Corn & Oats..... .1448[Guarant'd Analysis7 5.801 10.751 65.001 5.15 ...... Baker & Holmes Co., Jackson-
I Official Analysis... 3.50] 10.23 69.82 4.10 2.12 ville, Fla.
Prime Cotton Seed Meal.. 114491Guarant'd Analysis...... 38.621...... .............. Alabama Cotton Oil Co., Demop-
I Official Analysis... I...... 1 39.22 ...... I...... I......I olis. Ala.











OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913.-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAND.


Shipstuff ................. 1450|


Pure Winter Wheat Fancy 1451
Shorts ..................

Star Middlings ............ 1452


Pawnee Feed ............. 1453


Jersey Dairy Feed......... 1454


Pure Wheat Shorts........ 1455


Sterling Horse Peed...... 1456


Domino Horse & MuleFeed 1457


ANALYSIS.


Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...





Guarant'd Analysis 10.00
Official Analysis... 7.90


8.00
5.85

3.90
4.18

8.00
6.64

12.00
10.72

15.00
12.07

6.12
12.12

8.00
6.44


0
PI


14.50
15.53

16.36
18.43

15.00
18.69

8.25
8.78

16.50
17.89

15.50
18.69

9.25
9.70

10.50
10.84


BY WHOM AND WHERE
, bnoa 4 MANUFACTURED.



57.00 3.50 ...... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta, Ga.
59.58 3.74 4.87

62.66 4.50 ...... Akin-Erskine Milling Co., Ev-
57.62 4.30 4.17 ansville, Ind.

54.00 4.00 ......Star & Crescent Milling Co.,
55.93 5.13 4.85 Chicago, 1ll.

65.00 3.50 ..... National Oats Co., St. Louis, Mo.
62.94 3.65 3.52

45.00 3.50 ..... Stafolife Feed & Milling Co.,
47.34 4.00 11.65 New Orleans, La.

57.00 4.50 ...... Manly Milling Co., Omaha, Neb.
47.741 5.75 5.27


64.48 3.30 3.93 Ill.

55.00 3.50 ..... IStandard Feed Co., Atlanta, Ga.
60.01 2.85 5.941


o









Stafolife Horse Feed...... 1458


Lasskorn Stock Feed...... 1459


Real Horse & Mule Feed.. 1460


Larro-Feed ............... 1461


Quality Feed .............


Bourbon 3-D Grains........


Choice Feed ..............


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


Ideal Horse & Mule Feed..


Purina Molasses Feed......


A. & G. Molasses Mixed
Feed ....... ....... .


Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


1462 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1463 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1464 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1465 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1466 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

11467 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1468 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


12.00
11.40

12.00
9.75

12.00
11.05

14.00
11.10

12.00
10.70

14.00
11.30

7.97
10.42

12.00
11.40

10.50
7.33

S12.00
7.82

10.00
8.101


11.00
10.44

10.00
11.25

10.00
12.20

19.00
20.53

8.00
9.13

24.00
25.45

13.00
12.81

8.00
10.351

10.00
9.82

10.00
11.141

11.00oo
10.091


53.00
54.01

50.00
58.65

56.00
56.68

50.00
52.70

62.00
65.00

40.00
45.92

54.001
59.081

62.001
55.961

54.00
62.63

59.00
57.50

60.00
65.29


3.25 ...... Stafolife Feed & Milling Co.,
3.53 5.53 New Orleans, La.

2.50 ..... G. E. Patterson & Co., Memphis,
2.41 5.70 Tenn.

3.50 ...... Just Milling & Feed Co., Nasn-
2.72 5.10 ville, Tenn.

3.50 ......The Larrowe Milling Co., De-
3.25 3.62 troit, Mich.

3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.83 3.39 111.

8.00 ......The Dewey Bros. Co., Blanches-
7.20 2.55 ter, Ohio.

2.95 ...... Empire Mills Co., Columbus, Ga.
3.421 3.50

3.00...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
8.82 4.17 111.

3.25 ...... Stringfellow & Doty Co., Jack
3.261 4.60 sonville, Fla.

2.50 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
2.96 6.68 Mo.

3.50 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,
3.62 5.031 Ga.


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OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913.-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAD. ANALYSIS.



Just Horse Feed ......... 1469 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Green Meadow Dairy Feed. 1470 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Dixie Gem Molasses Mixed 1471 Guarant'd Analysis
Feed ................... Official Analysis...

Purina Molasses Feed .....1472 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Red Mill Molasses Feed... 1473 Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

Wheat Shorts ............ 1474 Guarant'd Analysis]
Official Analysis...

Fancy Feed ............. 1475 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Pure Wheat Middlings.... 1476 Guarant'd Analysis
I Official Analysis...


.0 0

I I I
10.00 10.501 58.00
9.47 9.57 57.78

25.00 11.00 48.00
13.94 11.311 47.95

12.00 10.00 ......
10.93 12.42 54.71

12.00 9.00 59.00
10.09 11.43 53.67

8.00 10.001 60.00)
7.44 10.20 60.091

6.00 15.o00 60.001
5.77 15.36 58.451

4.501 11.001 60.001
4.63 13.43 64.04

3.90 16.00 60.00
4.55| 17.201 58.981


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURE,.



3.75 ...... Just Milling and Feed Co.,
2.80 4.481 Nashville, Tenn.

1.00 ...... Omaha. Alfalfa Milling Co.,
1.25 7.60 Omaha, Neb.

3.50 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,-i
3.67 4.12 Ga.

1.50 ...... Ralston .urina Co., St. Louis,
2.34 6.381 Mo.

3.50 ...... National Milling. Co., Macon,
2.80 3.361 Ga.

4.001...... Dahnke Walker Milling Co..
3.501 4.551 Union City, Tenn.

2.00 ...... City Mills Co., Columbus, Ga.
2.251 3.201
4.50 ...... Iglehart Bros., Evansville, Ind.
5.101 3.821










Reliable Dry Horse Feed.. 1477 Guarant'd Analysis 15
S Official Analysis... 10

Purina Feed ............. 1478 Guarant'd Analysis 9
Official Analysis... 8

Shorts ................. 1479 Guarant'd Analysis 6
Official Analysis... 6

Pure Wheat Middlings..... 1480 Guarant'd Analysis 6
Official Analysis... 5

U. S. Dairy Feed .......... 1481 Guarant'd Analysis 14
Official Analysis... 11

Pure Middlings ........... 1482 Guarant'd Analysis 6
Official Analysis... 6
Standard Middlings ....... 1483 Guarant'd Analysis 8
Official Analysis... 5

Kyome Feed .............. 1484 Guarant'd Analysis 6
Official Analysis... 6

Victor Feed ..............11485 Guarant'd Analysis 12
Official Analysis... 11

Shipstuf .................1486 Guarant'd Analysis 7
1 Official Analysis... 6

Steinmesch Mixed Feed.... 1487 Guarant'd Analysis 6
I Official Analysis...1 4


.00
.60

.80
.65

.50
.65

.00
.44

.10
.70

.00
.22

.00
.54

.91
.24o

.00|
.421

.00o
.371

.00
.40


10.00 52.00
12.11 58.17

12.00 58.00
14.65 57.34

17.00 55.52
17.90 56.11

15.00 60.00
17.46 58.51

18.00 43.47
17.55 48.13
1
15.501 58.00
17.021 57.70

16.30 62.66
18.43 55.95

16.381 59.98
16.23 58.82

8.001 62.00
8.071 64.10

15.001 58.001
15.80 57.74

10.00) 65.00
11.671 65.51


3.50 ...... Excello Feed Milling Co., St.
2.40 5.10 Joseph, Mo.

4.00 ...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
4.42 4.42] Mo.

5.00 ...... The Southwestern Milling Co.,
4.28 5.32 Kansas City, Mo.

4.00 ...... Iglehart Bros., Evansville, Ind.
4.28 4.45

5.00 ...... U. S. Feed and Grain Co., Mem.
5.12 9.70( phis, Tenn.

5.30 ...... Columbia Mill and Elevator Co.,
3.82 4.721 Columbia, Tenn.

3.98 ...... Akin-Erskine Milling Co., Ev-
3.82 4.87 ansville, Ind.

4.15...... J. E. M. Milling Co., Frankfort,
3.18. 4.87( Ky.
1 I
3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.82 2.70 Ill.

4.00 ...... J. Allen Smith & Co., Knoxville,
3.35 4.521 Tenn.

3.50 ..... Steinmesch Feed Co., St. Louis,
3.65 2.611 Mo.


1









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913.-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAND



Gano Feed ...............


Ceralfa Stock Feed........


Brown Mule Feed.........


Kluk Poultry Feed........


Purity Feed ..............


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


Peck's Mule Feed.........


Kingfalfa Mixed Horse Feed


0 4)
ANALYSIS.
oz



1488 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1489 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1490 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1491 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1492 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1493 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1494 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1495 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


.... 7.501 59.001
13.02 11.41 54.721

11.50 13.00 55.00
7.66 15.80 53.80

12.00 10.00 49.00
16.38 10.711 52.71

4.50 10.00 60.00
1.85 12.20 69.93

5.50 9.25 65.00
6.85 9.92 64.57

10.00 14.50 53.50
8.09 17.99 51.65

11.901 10.00 57.00
9.25 10.37 49.43

12.00 10.50 55.00
10.05 11.65 61.57


rx
A


4


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.


3.50 ...... The Valley Milling Co., St.
4.201 6.451 Louis, Mo.

3.50 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
2.95 6.35 Tenn.

2.50 ...... Brown Milling Co., Greenville,
2.60 6.40 Ala.

3.25 ...... Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co.,
3.27 2.05 Kansas City, Mo.

4.25 ...... John Wade & Sons, Memphis,
4.00 2.26 Tenn.
I
4.00 ...... Kemper Mill & Elevator Co.,
4.10 6.32 Kansas City, Mo.

3.80 .... Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis,
4.32 4.78 Mo.

3.25 ...... Kingfalfa Mills, Nebraska City,
2.70 3.39 Neb.










Alfalfa Mixed Feed........ 1496 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Thoroughbred Feed ....... 1497 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Eureka Laying Mash Feed. 1498 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Model Mill Feed.......... 1499 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Corno Horse & Mule Feed 1500 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Choice Feed .............. 1501 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Winter Midds ...........|. 1502Guarant'd Analysisl
Official Analysis...

Echo Stock Feed.......... 1503 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Bourbon 3 D Grains...... 1504 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...
Maizefalfa Feed .......... 11505 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Dixie Gem Molasses Feed.. 1506 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...I


12.00 10.50
11.15 12.46

6.91 16.38
5.511 16.50

7.00 18.00
5.23 18.08

7.15 17.40
6.75 17.38

12.00 10.00
12.70 10.48

7.97 13.00
9.32 14.30

6.001 15.00
10.25 16.501

12.00 11.25
12.01 12.72

14.00 24.00
12.99 24.83

12.001 10.00
11.07 12.20

12.001 10.00
13.001 11.23


52.80|
52.171

59.98
59.85

66.00
50.65

55.00
49.89

58.50
56.91

54.00
57.55

55.00
50.97

51.00
57.32

40.00
43.17

58.00
58.29

55.00
60.00


3.50 ...... John Wade & Sons, Memphis,
4.05 9.17 Tenn.

4.15 ...... Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lex-
3.60 4.72 ington, Ky.

.4.00 ...... Just Milling & Feed Co., Nash-
3.67 12.90 ville, Tenn.

4.00 ...... Model Mill Co., Jacksonville,
4.50 11.02 Fla.

3.50 ...... The Corno Mills Co., St. Louis,
3.87 5.79 Mo.

2.95 ...... Empire Mills Co., Columbus, -
3.30 4.73 Ga.

4;01 ...... Hunter-Robinson-Winz Milling
5.65 6.261 Co., St. Louis, Mo.

3.50 ...... G. E. Patterson & Co., Memphis,
2.27 4.86! Tenn.

8.00 ...... The Dewey Bros. Co., Blanches-
6.80 3.23 ter, Ohio.

3.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
3.55 4.62 III.

3.50 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,
2.52 5.72 Ga.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES. 1913-(Continued.)


NA-. E, OR BRAND. g ANALYSIS.



Old Beck Sugar Feed...... 1507 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Nutriline Stock Feed...... 1508 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Prime Cotton Seed Meal.. 1509 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Magnolia Brand C. S. Meal. 1510 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis...
Cotton Seed Meal........ 1511 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Horse Feed ............. .I1512IGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...
Old Beck Sugar Feed..... 1513 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Sucrene Alfalfa Feed...... 11514 Guarant'd Analysis
| Official Analysis...


< NAME AND ADDRESS OF
So MANUFACTURER.
~ S is~aS 'S 1
b ~~ h I


12.00|
10.22)

12.001
8.791








14.00!
8.05]

12.001
10.811

12.001
12.36]


8.501 55.00 2.00 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
9.161 56.39 2.61 4.25 Tenn.
I I
11.001 53.001 4.50 ...... Nutriline Milling Co., Crowley,
11.121 53.05 8.00 7.17 La.
1 I
38.62 ...... ...... ...... Alabama Cotton Oil Co., De-
41.42 ................. mopolis, Ala.

38.621 .... ...... ...... Union Brokerage & Corn Co.,
39.58 ...... ...... ...... New Orleans, La.
I I I
38.62 ...... ...... ..... .... yromville Mfg. Co., Byromville,
39.49 ...... ...... ...... Ga.
I 1 I
10.50] 55.00 200 ..... John Wade & Sons, Memphis,
10.35) 58.95 2.371 4.66 Tenn.

8.50[ 55.001 2.00...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis.
9.561 58.111 2.101 4.38 Tenn.

11.001 50.001 2.501.......American Milling Co., Chicago,
10.711 52.291 2.30 5.431 Ill.










Sucrene Dairy Feed...... 1515


I. X. L. Horse and Mule 1516
Feed ..................

Hammond Dairy Feed.....1517


Corno Hen Feed.......... 1518


Victor Feed ............. 1519


Larro Feed ............. 1520


Purina Feed ............. 1521


Star Feed ............... 1522


Cotton Seed Meal......... 1523


Cotton Seed Meal......... 1524


Dexter Horse and Mule 1525
Feed ...................


Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


12.00 16.50 46.00 3.50
12.30 18.17 45.25 3.52

12.00 10.00 53.00 3.25
11.86 11.95 55.04 2.84

11.00 16.50 48.00 3.50
9.47 17.78 48.02 4.53

5.00 10.00 68.00 3.50
1.89 12.02 67.80 3.52

12.00 8.00 62.00 3.00
10.26 9.21 63.79 3.45

14.00 19.00 50.00 3.00
9.22 21.06 52.14 3.50

9.80 12.00 58.00 4.00
14.64 14.74 46.30 6.43

10.00 11.70 57.00 3.80
10.17 13.95 55.60 4.85

. . 38.62 ... .......
...... 38.87 ..... .....

. 38.62... ......
...... 38.35 ...........

12.00 10.00 55.00 3.00
10.20 10.89 54.541 1.91


S8.44


) ......
5.00


I 7.54


1 1.60


2.95


5.02


4.05


5.08


American Milling Co., Chicago,
Ill.

Allneeda Mills Co., East St.
Louis, Ill.

Western Grain Products Co.,
Hammond, Ind.

Corno Mills Co., St. Louis,
Mo.

The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Ill.

The Larrowe Milling Co., De-
troit, Mich. "
-4

Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis,
Mo.

Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis,
Mo.


...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
...... Macon, Ga.

...... Bainbridge Oil Mill, Balnbridge,
...... Ga.

...... Allneeda Mills Co., East St.
5.47 Louis, Ill.


,









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913-(Continued.)


St *3 NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. ANALYSIS. ANDUFAC RERS



Syr-Ration Horse Feed.... 1526 Guarant'd Analysis 14.001 10.50 55.00 2.00 .....John Wade & Sons, Memphis.
Official Analysis... 13.06 10.64 56.46 1.93 4.40 Tenn.

Manna Sugar Feed ........ 1527 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.001 50.00 3.00 ......Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
Official Analysis... 11.261 10.09 58.15 2.45 4.80 Tenn.

Milko Syrup Cow Feed.... 1528 Guarant'd Analysis 10.001 17.50) 58.00 3.50...... ust Milling & Feed Co., Nash-.,
Official Analysis... 9.851 17.08 51.11 4.27 6.4 ville, Tenn.

Kornfalfa Kandy Feed.... 1529 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00) 9.00 55.00 2.50...... Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co.,
Official Analysis... 10.84 10.04 57.49 2.54 6.03 Kansas City, Mo.

Besto Molasses Feed...... 1530 Guarant'd Analysis 12.00 10.00 57.00 3.50.....J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
Official Analysis... 7.55 9.80 61.02 4.29 5.21 La.

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1531Guarant'dAnalysis...... 36.051..... ...... ...... F. W. Brode & Co., Memphis,
Official Analysis... ......1 38.401...... ...... ...... Tenn.

Cotton Seed Meal......... 1532 Guarant'd Analysisl. .... 35.98 ...... ...... ...... F. W. Brode & Co., Memphis,
Official Analysis... ...... 35.89...... ...... ... Tenn.

Cyclone eed Meal... .. 1533Guarant'd Analysis ...... 20.00 ..... ...... ...... American Cotton Hull & Fibre
I Official Analysis... ...... 22.821.................. Co., Memphis, Tenn.











Pure Barley Malt Feed.... 11534 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Ideal Horse & Mule Feed.. 1535 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Fostona Mix Feed........ 1536 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Comet Horse & Mule Feed. 1537 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Amco Old Process Linseed 1538 Guarant'd Analysis
Meal ................. Official Analysis...


Crescent Feed ............


Pure Wheat Bran & Screen
ings ....................

Hominy Meal ............


U. S. Stock Feed..........


Cow-Eat, a Mixed Feed....


1539 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1540 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1541 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1542 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

1543 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...


14.61
17.96

12.00
8.50

9.90
4.82

11.60
15.12

11.00
8.92

12.00
11.97

9.50
9.17

6.50
5.32

12.50
11.02

10.00
12.76


9.19
9.21

10.50
10.71

12.76
12.55

10.13
11.81

32.00
32.12

10.00
9.95

14.50
14.92

9.11
11.32

14.501
14.48

20.00
22.82]


62.00
55.19

56.00
61.64

57.74
65.30

60.00
50.08

30.00
37.74

50.00
58.03

50.00
55.29

60.00
62.681

42.50
53.48

45.00
41.98


0.70 ...... The Cabell Co., Baltimore, Md.
2.75 4.70

3.50 ...... Stringfellow & Doty Co., Jack-
3.30 4.05 sonville, Fla.

3.001...... Baker & Holmes Co., Jackson-
4.00 2.31 ville, Fla.

3.42 ...... Allneeda Mills Co., East St.
2.81 6.46| Louis, Ill.

6.00 ...... American Milling Co., Chicago,
7.67 5.40 Ill.

3.00 ...... Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis, ,
3.42 6.28 Mo.

4.00 .. ... Liberty Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
4.22 5.881

8.25 ...... Louisville Central Mill Co.,
8.21 2.901 Louisville, Ky.

5.00 ...... U. S. Feed and Grain Co.. Mem
5.45 6.02 phis, Tenn.

4.00 ..... Lewis & Adcock, Knoxville,
5.90 7.641 Tenn.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913-(Continued.)


S, .5 g g /NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. g ANALYSIS. N A MANUFACTURE R.



Ga. Prime Brand Cotton 1544 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 00.20 00.30 0.50 ...... Empire Cotton Oil Co., Quit-
Seed Meal .............. OfficialAnalysis... 18.55 25.01 35.17 6.22 5.08 man, Ga.
Cotton Seed Meal......... 1545 Guarant'd Analysis ...... 38.62 ...... ...... .... A. A. Smith, Atlanta, Ga.
Official Analysis... ......39.05 ............ ......













OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913--(Continued.)


. NAME, OR BRAND.


ANALYSIS.


Prime Cotton Seed Meal..... 1546 Guarant'd Analysis
Otficial Analysis....

Magnolia Brand Cot. Seed If- r 1547 Guaranld Analysis
Official Analysis....

Standard Grade Cot. Seed Meal 1548 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Standard Grade Cot. Seed Meall1549 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Faultless Hen Feed........... 11550 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis....

Larro-Feed ................... 11551Guarant'd Analysis
I Official Analysis....

Feed (?) ..................... 1552 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....
Corno Horse and Mule Feed..115531Guarant'd Analysis
I lOfficial Analysis...


bo 9 NAME AND ADDRESS
S0 p=1 OF MANUFACTURER.
P .,


..... 38.62.... ......The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co..
...... 38.70 ...... .. ..... Cincinnati, Ohio.

...... 38.62 .................. Union Brokerage and Com.
...... 38.26...... ..... ......j Co., New Orleans, LP

...... 38.62 ..... ..... ....... Georgia Cotton Oil Co.,
...... 40.63................. Columbus Ga.

38.62 ............ ...... C. Bradley Co., Colum-
... 38.52 ... ... ...... bus, Ga.

4.00 10.00 65.00 3.00 ...... Consolidated Grocery Co.,
3.13 11.14 69.02 3.65 1.54 Jacksonville, Fla.

14.00 19.00 50.00 3.00 ...... The Larrowe Milling Co.,
11.50 20.71 51.12 3.62 4.20 Detroit, Mich.

....... I ...... ...... J. Bolgiano & Son, Balti-
4.17 12.90 65.79 3.32 2.87 more, Md.

12.00 10.001 58.50 3.50 .....The Corno Mills Co., St.
13.21 11.061 53.67 3.611 4.25 Louis, Mo.





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OFFICIAL FEEDING ST d


0 (D g
NAME, OR BRAND. W ANALYSIS. 45

.4 44


Schumacher Special Horse Feed 1554 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Gano Feed ................... 1555 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Carolina Horse and Mule Feedll556 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis .....

Bell Horse and Mule Feed.... 11557 Guarant'dAnalysis
Official Analysis.....

Rex Stock Feed ..............1558 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Kornfalfa Kandy Feed......... 1559 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Hammond Dairy Feed......... 1560 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Permenter's Stud Feed........ 1561 Guarant'd Analysis
IOfficial Analysis.....


3.70

12.00
10.75

17.00
15.95

9.00
10.16

12.00
8.67

11.00
10.78

12.00
11.44


9.25 64.50
9.92 66.56

7.50 59.00
11.14 66.90

10.00 55.00
10.92 61.63

10.00 47.00
9.74 51.66

11.45 59.00
12.21 58.90

9.00 55.00
8.421 61.10

16.50 48.00
16.51 46.85

10.50 55.00
11.88 54.69


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
C MANUFACTURER.



3.25 ..... The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
4.50 2.42 cago, Ill.

3.50 ...... Valley Milling Co., St.
4.22 4.67 Louis, Mo.

3.00 ...... Virginia-Carolina Feed Co.,
2.78 6.351 East St. Louis, Ill.

2.40 .....Commonwealth Feed Mill
3.81 5.09j Co., St. Louis, Mo.

4.45 ...... Milan-Morgan Co., New Or-
4.27 4.22 leans, La.

2.50 ...... Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co.,
2.55j 4.301 Kansas City, Mo.

3.50 ...... Western Grain Products Co.,
6.02 9.761 Hammond, Ind.

2.50 Cairo Milling Co., Cairo
3.00 5.83 Ill.


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Perfection Horse Feed ........ 1562 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Straight Alfalfa Molasses Feed 1563 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Reliable Horse Feed .......... 1564 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Best Yet Molasses Feed...... 11565 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Crown Horse Feed............ 1566 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Big Four Feed................ 1567 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Just Horse and Mule Feed.... 1568 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Molac Horse Feed............. 1569 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Royal Horse and Mule Feed.. 1570 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Nutriline "Momylk" Dairy Feed 1571 Guarant'd Analysis
IOfficial Analysis.....

Steer Head Molasses Feed..... 1572 Guarant'd Analysis
I Official Analysis.....


12.00 10.00 55.00
9.68 11.27 59.79

25.00 9.00 45.00
12.90 11.14 53.58

15.00 10.00 52.00
12.82 9.81 54.99

12.00 10.00 58.00
12.221 8.67 58.68

12.00 9.00 59.00
15.88 8.34 55.24

12.00 10.50 55.00
10.14 11.49 59.39

12.00 10.00 58.00
9.62 10.07 59.20

10.50 10.00 62.00
9.69 10.11 53.09

12.00 10.00 55.00
10.95 8.78 62.45

12.00 15.00 48.1)0
12.64 14.99 45.241

12.50 9.00 56.51
5.361 9.021 63.33


2.00 ..... Omaha Alfalfa Milling Co.,
2.04 4.87 Omaha, Neb.

1.00 ...... Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co.,
1.98 8.20 Kansas City, Mo.

3.50 ..... Excello Feed Milling Co.,
3.23 6.92[ St. Joseph, Mo.

3.75 ...... |National Milling Co., Ma-
2.95 5 411 con, Ga.

2.00 ... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
2.161 6.341 phis, Tenn.

2.50 1..... Cairo Milling Co., Cairo,,
2.111 6.24 11Ill.

3.25 ...... Just Milling Co., Nashville,
2.91 5.09j Tenn.

3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats, Co., Chi-
2.751 4.65 cago, Ill.

2.50 ...... IStandard Feed Co., Memphis,
3.28 5.551 Tenn.
II
4.501 ...... Nutriline Milling Co., Crow-
7.221 8.08! ley, La.

3.00 ...... IDrago Grain Co., Mobile,
3.14j 4.04! Ala.











OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913.-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAND.


Mak-Fat Molasses Feed........ 1573


Mixed Chicken Feed.......... 1574


Special Horse and Mule Feed.. 1575


Purina Feed ................. 1576


Acme Feed .................. 1577


Choice Feed ................. 1578


0. K. Horse Feed............. 1579


Midland Poultry Feed......... 1580
1 .


0,
0


ANALYSIS.


Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....


to i%,
r, C ~ ao *
,-,
L d


12.00
12.00


5.10

12.00
9.21

9.80
9.00

10.00
2.45

9.00
8.62

12.00
11.09

2.50
4.61


NAME AND ADDRESS
OF MANUFACTURER.


I I


10.00
9.34


11.41

10.00
11.23

12.00
16.23

10.00
10.00o

11.00
12.24

10.001
12.201

17.50!
16.501


55.00 3.50 ...... National Milling Co., Ma-
59.23 2.30| 5.46 con, Ga.

... ... .... .. Excello Feed Milling Co.,
65.16 2.23 5.10 St. Joseph, Mo.

58.00 3.25 ...... Stringfellow & Doty Co.,
54.54 3.92 3.601 Jacksonville, Fla.

58.00 4.00 ....... Ralston Purina Co.. St.
55.78 4.75 2.70! Louis, Mo.

70.00 3.00 ......1Valley Milling Co., St. Louis,
69.10 3.45 2.701 Mo.

58.001 2.50 ...... City Mills Co.. Columbus,
61.12 3.35 3.72 Ga.

55.00 2.00 ...... Omaha Alfalfa Milling Co.,
58.29 3.51 3.76 Omaha, Neb.

50.501 2.50 ..... Midland Mixed Food Go.,
53.59 4.611 10.111. Kansas City, Mo.


I I


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Ballard's Brand .............. 1581 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Omega Stock Feed ........... 1582 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

M. Middlings ................ 1583 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Pure Wheat Middlings ........ 1584 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Southern Dairy Feed.......... 1585 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Steinmesch Mixed Feed........ 1586 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Camp's Flaked Corn and Oats.. 1587 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Pure Dustless Alfalfa ......... 1588 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis .....

Pawnee Feed ................ 1589 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Carolina Horse and Mule Feed. 1590 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Kentucky Farm Feed......... 1591Guarant'd Analysis
IOfficial Analysis.....


8.04
9.00

12.00
13.42

5.70
7.20

6.00
5.70

9.00
10.15

6.00
4.88

8.00
4.17

30.00
29.67

12.00
16.17

12.00
11.77

6.42
4.20


15.78 53.001
14.93 55.271

12.00 50.00o
11.93 49.41

17.81 54.44
17.29 53.48

15.00 60.00
17.02 56.72

9.00 55.00
8.95 61.77

10.00 65.00
10.97 66.80

10.00 65.00
10.091 67.85

14.00 ......
13.00 37.36

8.25 65.00
8.69 58.89

10.501 53.00
11.931 56.01

16.451 58.001
19.131 58.261


4.42 ...... Ballard & Ballard Co.,
4.601 6.50) Louisville, Ky.

5.00 ...... Webb & Maury, Memphis,
6.871 8.571 Tenn.

6.40 4.55 Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling
6.00 5.451 Co., New York, N. Y.

4.00 ...... Igleheart Bros., Evansville,
5.291 5.45 Ind.

7.50 ... Western Grain Co., Birming-
4.83 2.971 ham, Ala.

3.50 ...... Steinmesch Feed Co., St..
4.58 2.15 Louis, Mo.

4.00 .....The Toledo Grain & Milling
4.27 3.60 Co., Toledo, Ohio.

1.50 ...... The Otto Weiss Alfalfa Co.,
2.77 7.37' Wichita, Kan.

3.50 |National Oats Co., St. Louis.
4.35 3.92| Mo.

3.50 ......Allneed Mills Co., East St.
3.771 6.47 Louis, Ill.

4.60 ......Ballard & Ballard Co.,
4.201 4.641 Louisville, Ky.


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OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913. -Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. | ANALYSIS. NAME AND ADDRESS OF
0a MANUFACTURER.


Snow's Horse and Mule Feed.. 1592


Circle C. Molasses Feed...... 1593


Old Beck Sweet Feed......... 1594


Reliable Horse Feed..........1595


Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....


11.50

12.00
11.79

12.00
11.49

15.00
14.36


Feed Meal ................... 1596 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis..... 8.32

Camp's Flaked Corn and Oats. 1597 Guarant'd Analysis 8.00
Official Analysis..... 7.31

Atlas Feed ................... 1598 Guarant'd Analysis ......
Official Analysis..... 11.65

Homco Feed ................. 1599 Guarant'd Analysis 7.00
lOfficial Analysis..... 4.25


10.F0 55.00
10.73 55.00

10.50 55.00
10.30 56.29

8.50 55.00
9.C8 60.40

10.00 52.00
11.71 50.261

12.50 60.00
12.72 59.221

10.00! 65.00
9.96 65.43

11.85 57.181
12.35 57.10

9.50 67.89!
10.971 64.10!


2.75 ....... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
3.08 5.45 phis, Tenn.

2.50 ...... Cairo Milling Co., Cairo,
2.59 6.90 Ill.

2.00 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
2.34 3.231 Tenn.

3.50 ......Excello Feed Milling Co.,
3.601 6.741 St. Joseph, Mo.

5.50 ..... Mountain City Mills Co..
5.621 3.421 Chattanooga, Tenn.

4.00 ...... The Toledo Grain and Mill-
4.27 2.13 ing Co., Toledo, Ohio.

3.35 ...... Barnard & Hester, Tampa,
3.65 4.14 Fla.

7.00 ...... American Hominy Co., In-
4.251 3.681 dianapolis, Ind.












Red Seal Mixed Feed.......... 16001Guarant'd Analysis
I Official Analysis.....
Brown Mule Feed..............1601 Guarant'dAnalysis
Official Analysis.....

Star Feed ................. 1602IGuarant'd Analysis
|Official Analysis.....

Protena Feed ................ 16031Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Besto Molasses Feed.......... 1604 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis...

Sucrene Alfalfa Horse & Mule 1605 Guarant'd Analysis
Feed ....................... Official Analysis.....

Sho-Me Horse Feed.... ....... 1606 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Kawmo Molasses Feed........ 1607Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Standard Feed ................ 1608 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Infermary Feed .............. 1609 Guarant'd Analysis
S Official Analysis.....
I
Ideal Horse & Mule Feed...... 16101Guarant'd Analysis
IOfficial Analysis.....


7.00 9.50
4.25 10.97

12.00 10.00
12.62 9.92

10.00 11.70
10.46 13,08

10.00 11.70
8.95 14.30

12.00 10.00
8.46 9.63

12.001 11.001
11.09 12.89

15.00 10.00
10.04 11.42

12.00 9.001
11.87 10.50!

12.00 10.001
11.04 10.28!

7.50 9.781
3.38 9.74!

12.00- 10.50o
9.45 10.971


67.89
64.10

50.00
55.74

57.00
58.70

57.00
57.90

57.00
59.36

50.00
55.58

52.00
57.77

55.00
57.09

55.00
58.60

62.95!
64.57

56.00
61.45!


7.00 ..... IJocknsch, Davison & Co.,
9.03 3.681 Galveston, Texas.

3.00 ...... Good Luck Mills, St. Louis,
3.35 8.40 Mo.

3.80 ...... Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis,
6.30 5.11 Mo.

3.80 ......Ralston Purina Co., St.
4.33 4.13 Louis, Mo.

3.50 ...... J. T. Gibbons. New Orleans,
2.90 5.131 La.

2.50 .......American Milling Co., Chi-
2.87 5.08 cago, Ill.

3.50 ...... Excello Feed Milling Co.,
2.83 4.29! St. Joseph, Mo.

2.50 ...... Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co.,
4.06 5.18 Kansas City. Mo.

2.50 ...... Standard Feed Co., Mem-
2.421 4.421 phis. Tenn.

6.05 ...... Barnard & Hester, Tampa.
6.05! 5.261 Fla.

3.50 ...... Just Milling & Feed Co..
3.401 2.80! Nashville, Tenn.


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OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913.-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAND.


International Poultry Feed.... 1611


Larro Feed .................. 1612


Cerolfa Stock Feed............ 1613


M. Middlings ................ 1614


Shipstlff ..................... 1615


Analysis.




Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
O-ficial Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....


5.00
2.41

14.00
12.12

11.50
4.87

6.27
10.90

7.00
5.15


I gu




10.00 70.00
10.53 71.37

19.00 50.00
19.33 51.60

13.00 55.00
14.22 61.86

17.59 53.65
17.36 54.51

14.50 54.00
15.71 59.45


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.


3.50 ......International Sugar Feed Co.,
3.42 1.82 Memphis, Tenn.

3.00 3.50 The Larrowe Milling Co.,
3.86 4.36 Detroit, Mich.

3.50 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis, O
4.13 4.80 Tenn. 0

5.78 ...... .Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling
4.60 3.961 Co., New York, N. Y.

4.00 ...... The Dunlop Mills, Rich-
4.60 4.07 mond, Va.


'








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

"Cyclone" Feed Meal


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


Pioneer Alfalfa Meal 1619 Guarant'd Analysis
.Official Analysis.....

Shipstuff ..........1620 Guarant'd Analysis
.- ~:O ficial Analysis.....

Victor Feed........ 1621 Guarant'd Analysis
SOfficial Analysis .....
Losskorn Stock Feed 1622 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Daisy Dairy Feed... 1623 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Hammond Dairy Feed 1624 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Domino Dairy Feed.. 1625 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Korn-Mo Stock Feed. 1626 IGuarant'd Analysis
S.--- .. -f ficial alAnalysis.....


IGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

IGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

IGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....


38.50J..... .


12.00
10.10

23.00
21.27

12.00
11.60

35.00
25.51


6.45

12.00
10.70
12.00
11.18

14.50
15.20

11.00
9.18

12.00
11.42

12.00
6.19


38.44

20.00
20.09

38.00
38.17

12.00
14.92

14.50
16.06

8.00
8.60
10.00
9.79

16.00
15.85

16.50
16.99

15.00
14.83

10.00
9.64


28.55

38.00
44.55

24.00
28.86

45.00
40.02

57.00
57.22

62.00
65.77
50.00
59.61

50.00
46.50

48.00
54.33

59.00
53.42

50.00
63.07


6.50
8.10

3.00
3.75

7.50
6.70

1.50
2.15

8.00
5.05

3.00
3.13
2.50
1.86

3.50
4.25

3.50
4.67

3.00
2.72

2.50
2.38


4.78


...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Cincin-
6.921 nati, Ohio.
I
...... American Cotton Hull and Fibre Co.,
4.30! Memphis, Tenn.

...... Delta Oil Co., Greenville, Miss.
6.20

...... Kornfalka Feed Milling Co., Kansas
9.25 City, Mo.

...... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta, Ga.
5.32

...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
3.35
...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Memphis, Tenn.
4.58

...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
7.20

...... Western Grain Products Co., Ham-
2.15 mond,Ind.

......Standard Feed Co., Memphis, Tenn.
6.71

...... Baker & Holmes Co., Jacksonville, Fla.












OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913.-(Continued.)


E, O r NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND Analysis. MANUFACTURER.

_z N__ ____ __________________


Besto Molasses Feed


Sterling Horse Feed.


Maizefalfa Feed.....


Thoroughbred Feed..


Purina Feed........


Soten Stock Feed....


Kyome Feed.........


Sterling Horse Feed.


IGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

IGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

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

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....


12.00
9.46

9.00
8.57

12.00
14.30

7.09
6.23

9.80
10.78

15.00
13.89

6.91
7.00

8.00
6.92


10.00 57.00
9.60 62.40

9.25 64.50
9.92 66.79

10.00 58.00
11.23 57.41

15.75 63.62
15.18 59.53

12.00 58.00
15.01 57.15

13.00 55.00
14.65 51.60

16.38 59.98
16.67 57.14

9.25 64.50
14.48 61.43


...... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans, La.
1.80

...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
2.47

...... '.ie Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill. t
4.72 o

...... Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexington,
S5.87 Ky.

...... Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, Mo.
4.64

...... South Texas Grain Co., Houston, Tex.
5.85

...... The J. E. M. Milling Co., Frankfort, Ky.
6.12

...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
2.77












Brown's Horse and 1635 Guarant'd Analysis
Mule Feed........ .Official Analysis.....

Banner Feed........ 1636 iGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

Pure Wheat Shorts.. 1637 IGuarant'dAnalysis
Official Analysis.....

Pioneer Alfalfa Meal. 1638 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

"G" Middlings....... 1639 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Quality Feed........ 1640 iGuarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....
Boss Feed........... 1641 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

M Middlings........ 1642 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

Schumacher Special 1643 IGuarant'd Analysis
Horse Feed....... Official Analysis....

Cracker Mule Feed.. 1644 Guarant'd Analysis
.Official Analysis....

0. A. C, Special Feed1645 Guarant'd Analysis
1 Official Analysis .....


12.00 9.00 50.00
13.22 11.14 58.72

10.50 9.75 62.00
13.17 10.00 55.39

6.00 15.50 58.00
5.57 15.32 60.82

35.00 12.00 45.00
32.12 13.16 32.82

7.001 17.50 57.30
6.73 17.11 55.79

12.001 8.00 62.00
9.85! 8.78! 66.80
12.00 8.001 62.001
10.011 8.34 67.06

6.271 17.591 53.651
5.91 17.99j 57.281

8.001 9.251 64.50
7.45! 10.971 66.64

12.001 10.00! 58.00
14.82) 11.23 56.84

12.001 10.50! 55.00!
9.561 10,331 57.311


2.50 ...... Brown Milling Co., Greenville, Ala.
2.77 4.30

3.75 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, ll.
5.67 4.05

5.30 ...... Columbia Mills and Elevator Co., Co-
5.07 4.75 lumbia, Tenn.

1.50 ......Kornfalfa Feed Milling Co., Kansas
1.75 7.40 City, Mo.

6.50 ....... C. A. Gambrill Mfg. Co., Baltimore,
6.60/ 6.551 Md.

3.00 ......IThe Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
2.951 2.851
3.001...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
2.721 3.451

5.781...... Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling Co., New
5.291 4.701 York, N. Y.

3.251 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
3.17 2.701

3.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Ill.
2.50 4.94

2.75 ......Lakeland Feed and Supply Co., Lake-
3.181 6.10( land, Fla.









- ........ OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1913.-(Continued.)-


NAME, OR BRAND.




XX Good Molasses
Feed ...........

Molasses Horse and
Mule Feed ........

Alfo Molasses Feed..


Cavalry Molasses
Feed ...........

Oceola Horse and
Mule Feed ........


Analysis.




1646 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

1647 'Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

1648 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....

1649 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis.....

1650 Guarant'd Analysis
Official Analysis....


13.00 9.00
12.14 8.93

12.00 10.00
8.44 10.44

14.001 10.00
11.30 10.12

12.00 10.00
11.87 10.00

12.00 10.50
9.54 11.52


E12


59.00
59.76

56.001
61.36

52.00
57.71

55.00
58.69

53.00
60.10


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.


1.50 .....[Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, Mo.
1.92 5.401

3.50 ...... J. Wilkes & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
2.09 4.38

2.00 ...... John Wade & Sons, Memphis, Tenn.
1.73 5.31J

3.00 ...... National Milling Co., Macon, Ga.
1.64 5.471

2.75 ...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Memphis, Tenn.
3.81 4.53





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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FOOD AND DRUG SECTION.
R. E Rose, State Chemist. SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1913. A. M. Henry, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 12, Act Approved June 5, 1911.
ALCOHOLIC DRINKS.



LABEL. MANUFACTURER. Q FROM

Z 0,0

1411 Uno ........................... A. Reid Co., Pensacola....... 6.75 T. F. West, Tallahassee.

1412 Southern Beauty Apple Cider... Dawson Bros. Mfg. Co., Mem- 6.43 1W. W. Hendrickson, Miami.
phis, Tenn.

.Co., Memphis, Tenn.
1414 Hildrick's Honeydew Apple Cider ............................ 7.94 W. W. Hendrickson, Miami.
1415 Imitation Grape Juice..................................... Absent W. W. Hendrickson, Miami.
1416 Imitation Cider ................ ........................... 15.85 J. H. Harvell, Milton.
1431lImitation Cider ................ ...;.:.. .. .... ..-.. ... -1.94 E. R. Isler, Tallahassee.
1432Imitation Cider ................ ..................... 14.49 JE. R. Isler. Tallahassee.









-. --SPECIAL- FOOD -ANA-LYSES,- 1913-fContinued) ;.----
ALCOHOLIC DRINKS.-(Continued.)


LABEL.



1433 Imitation Cider ................

434Imitation Cider ................

1435 Imitation Beer .................

1436 Cider ..........................

1438 Dr. Vereen's Blood Purifyer.....

1439 W ine ..........................

1440 Cider ..........................

1441 Cider ..........................

1443 Cider ..........................

1447 Cider ..........................

14481Cider ..........................


............................ S.46

........................ .... 32.64

P. Newman, Jacksonville.... 2.59

............................ 6.19
6.19

Frank Vereen, Palatka........ 6.67

.............................. 11.35

.............................. 6.89

...................... ... 6 .82

.................. ....... 7.50

.................... ... 10.68

............................ 11.03


K'. It. Isler, Tallahassee.

J. P. S. Houston, Tallahassee.

P. Newman, Jacksonville.

E. D. Wester, DeFuniak Springs.

Frank Vereen, Palatka.

Florida Brewing Co., Tampa.

Joe Demetree, Tallahasse.

Joe Demetree, Tallahasse.

E. H. Hopkins, Tallahassee.

A. Nofal, Ft. Lauderdale.

Walters & Harris, Midway.







1449 Cider .............................................. ......... 10.151M. Davis, Tallahassee.

1455 Cider and Whiskey Mixture..... .......................... 11.041J. P. S. Houston, Tallahassee.

1456 Cider (Mezzo) .............. .......................... None Maxwell & Reese, Midway.

.1458 Teddy Beer ................. The Consumer's Brewing Co., 2.37 J. R. Warren, Millville.
New Orleans, La.
1460Scuppernong Wine.............. F. M. Lawler, St. Augustine.. 11.64 F. M. Lawler, St. Augustine.

14621Florida Bud (beer)..............Florida Brewing Co., Tampa.. 2.681J. F. St. Johns, Eustis.













SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES-(Continued.)
SUGAR CANE.

d


NAME. D. FROM.


P4


1390 Red Cuban Cane No. 1......... 12.40 8.16 3.34 65.81 Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.

1391 Blue Cane No. 2............... 14.42 13.00 0.40 90.15 Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.

1392 Ribbon Cane No. 3............. 15.44 12.01 2.32 77.78 Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.

1393 D 74 Cane No. 4............... 18.45 12.79 4.17 69.32 Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.

1428 Green Cane .................... 16.71 14.40 1.49 86.23 A. W. Cain, Jacksonville.

1429 Striped Cane ................. 14.91 14.06 0.15 94.30 A. W. Cain, Jacksonville.

1430 Green Cane ................... 15.09 12.68 1.55 83.90 T. S. Kyle, Ocala.











DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FOOD AND DRUG SECTION.
SR. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1913. A. M. Henry, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 12, Act Approved June 5, 1911.
SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES-(Continued.)
CITRUS FRUIT.
GRAPE FRUIT.





DATE. FROM. TASTE.
S) TASTE.d


Feb. 21, 1913........

Feb. 21, 1913........

May 7, 1913........

May 7, 1913........

(Large) ...........

(Small) ..........


Jupiter .....................

Dade City ..................

E. A. Douglass, Orange Co..

E. A. Douglass, Orange Co.

E. A. Douglass, Orange Co..

E. A. Douglass, Orange Co..


1.40

1.31

2.36



1.57

2.00


8.02

6.62


5.74

5.05

..... ,.


Sour.

Sour.

Sour.



Sour

Sour


1417

1418

1450

1451

fNo. 1

SNo. 2


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

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











SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES-(Continued.)
GRAPE FRUIT-(Continueed).


DATE. FROM. ~~~~~- TASTE.
DATE. FROM. 05'; TASTE.

I_____0 U2 ^_
P~E


No. 3

No. 4

No. 5

No. 6

Composite of
6 samples

1454


(Large) ........... E.

(Medium) ......... E.

(Large) ......... E.

(Small) ........... E.

six .................... E.


May 8, 1913........IS.


Douglass, Orange

Douglass, Orange

Douglass, Orange

Douglass, Orange

Douglass, Orange


1.53

1.81

1.44

2.23

1.67


Sour

Sour

Sour

Sour

Sour


H. Gaitskill, McIntosh..... 0.77 12.52 1 to 16.26 I Sweet.


ORANGES.


Total Acid
Number. Date. From as Citric Taste.
(Per cent.)


1452 May 7, 1913............. W. E. Harris, Ona, Fla............. 0.74 Sweet.

1453 May 7, 1913............. (Indian River)..................... 0.85 Sweet.


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

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

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

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

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











MISCELLANEOUS.


No.


1237


LABEL.


Wheat ...


1444 Catsup No.



1445 Catsup No.


RESULTS.


............. Examined microscopically and macro
scopically. The wheat is mouldy
and has been heated. Not first
class wheat.

1................... Sodium Benzoate............ absent.
Mold in 10% of fields, yeast and
spores, per 1/60 cc.......... =20
Bacteria per cc...........13,000,000


2................ .


1446 Coffee .......................


1461 Grapefruit Juice..............



1463 Delmonico Club Apple Vinegar


FROM.


TLos. J. DeSteuben, Jensen.




Consolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville.


Sodium Benzoate ...........absent. Consolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonvill
Mold in 6% of fields, yeast and
spores, per 1/60 cc.......... =24
Bacteria per cc............ 11,000,000

Chickory ..................absent. Cheek-Neal Coffee Co., Jacksonville.
Adulterated with coffee hulls.

Alcohol (% by vol.)...........=none. A. W. Giampletro, Tampa.
Salicylic Acid (%)...........=none.
Benzoic Acid (%)...........=none.
Citric Acid (%)............ .1.57

Acetic Acid (%) .......... =3.24 A. L. Barineau, Tallahassee.
Solids (%0) ... .. ........=0.40
Ash (% ) ....................= 0.05


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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FOOD AND DRUG SECTION.
R. E. Rose, State Chemist. SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1913. L. HEIMBURGER, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 12, Act Approved June 5, 1911.

ALCOHOLIC DRINKS.


DATE.



1404 Wurtzburger Style Malt Tonic..


1465 Hop Ale ......................

1466 Florida Bud., 12 oz. Guaranteed
less than 2% Alcohol.

1467 Florida Bud., 12 oz. Guaranteed
less than 2% Alcohol.

1409 Extract Jamaica Ginger........


1470 Schnapp's Brew ...............

1475 Cider ..........................


NAME. | FROM.
8 h ta


Wurtzburger Malt Extract Co.; At-
lanta, Ga.



The Florida Brewing Co., Tampa,
Fla.

The Florida Brewing Co., Tampa,
Fla.

New Smyrna Pharmacy, New Smyrna,
Fla.

Tampa Bottling Works, Tampa, Fla..

................................. *


3.88 Nat R. Walker, Crawfordville.


0.20 T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

3.27 T. C. Smyth, Tavares.


2.95 T. C. Smyth, Tavares.


91.04 W. H. Newell, New Smyrna.


0.47 Tampa Bottling Works, Tampa

7.39 E. D. Wester, DeFuniak Sp'gs.




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