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VOLUME 30


FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLETIN



January 1, 1920

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

W. A. McRAE
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.


REPORT OF THE (HEMI('AL DIVISION.



R. E. ROSE
STATE CHEMIST.


Entered January 31, 1003, at Tallahassee. Florida, as second-class matter
under Act of Congress of June, 1900.


These Bulletins Are Issued Free to Those Requestig. Them.


T. APPLEYARD, PRINTER, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
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NUMBER 1
















PART I


LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL AND SUM-
MARY OF WORK.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
DETAILED REPORT OF ANALYSIS OF
FERTILIZERS, FEED STUFFS, FOODS
AND DRUGS, AND OILS.

DETAILED FINANCIAL REPORT.










STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT, 1919



Tallahassee, Fla., January 1, 1920.
To His Excellency,
Sidney J. Catts, 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,
1919.
The report of the State Treasurer shows the sale of in-
spection stamps covering 250,613.44 tons of commercial
fertilizers and cotton seed meal-
Amounting to ............................. $62,653.36
And 162,405.44 tons of Commercial Feeding
Stuffs-
Amounting to .............................. $40,601.36

A total revenue of ...................... $103,254.72
paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the General
Revenue Fund; from which it to be deducted the total ex-
penses of the Chemical Division incident to the execution
of the Fertilizer, Feed Stuff, Pure Food and Drug, and
Immature Citrus Fruit Laws. The total expenses of the
Chemical Division, as audited and approved by the State
Chemist and approved by the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, in accordance with the opinions of the Attorney
General of December 7, 1917, August 1, 1919, and October
3, 1919, being $21,440.16; showing a balance of $81.814.56
paid into the General Revenue Fund of the State. A sum-
mary of these expenses will be found on the succeeding
page. A detailed financial report will be found on pages
155-163 of this report. For additional expenditures of
funds charged to the State Chemist, and paid upon the
approval of the Commissioner of Agriculture only, I
would respectfully refer to the Report of the Commis-
sioner of Agriculture.











RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF CHEMICAL
DIVISION, 1919.

Salary of the State Chemist .................. $ 3,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Fertilizers.... 1,900.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Food and Drugs 1,900.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Stock Feed.... 1,900.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Oils..........
Salary three Food and Drug Inspectors....... 4,950.00
Salary Clerk Chemical Division .............. 1,140.00
Salary Janitor .......................,...... 390.00
*Traveling Expenses three Food and Drug In-
spectors ................................ .1,483.72
Samples and Incidentals, Pure Food Depart-
m ent .................................... 1,042.18
Chemicals, apparatus and incidentals; State
Laboratory ............ .................. 1,916.74
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assist-
ants .................................... 1,089.'09
Postage, State Chemist ....................... 242.56
*Salaries of Citrus Fruit Inspectors........ 300.00
*Traveling Expenses Citrus Fruit Inspectors.. 134.98
*Sundries Citrus Fruit Inspectors. ........... 50.89

Total expenses Chemical Division .......... $21,440.16
To credit General Revenue................. $81,814.56

Gross Revenue ... ................. ...103,254.72

Appropriation, 1919 ........................$23,810.00
Expenses Chemical Division ................ $21,440.16

Unexpended appropriation ....... :....... .$ 2,369.84


*See page 5.









SUMMARY OF ANALYTICAL REPORT, 1919.

The following analyses were made during the year:
Official samples fertilizers ....................... 4
Special Samples Fertilizers (sent in by citizens)... 284
Official samples feed stuff ....................... 162
Special samples feed stuff (sent in by citizens) 33
Official Food and DIrug samples .................. 106
Special food and drug samples (sent in by citizens) 94
Official samples citrus fruit ...................... 158
Special samples citrus friut ...................... 257
Gasoline ....................................... 321
K erosene ....................................... 59
W ater sam ples ............. ................... 5
Miscellaneuos samples (sent in by citizens) ........ 42

Total number analyses ................... .. 1,525

SPECIAL SAMPLES DRAWN BY PURCHASERS.

The Florida law is peculiar in this respect, permitting
citizens, purchasers of lawful feeds and fertilizers that
are duly registered, under oath with the Commissioner
of Agriculture as evidenced by the guarantee tag and
stamp upon each package, to draw samples of the same,
according to law, rules and regulations, to prevent the
submission of spurious samples, and obtain, without cost,
a certificate of analysis by the State Chemist. In case
of deficiency in the goods so purchased, the sample being
properly drawn, packed and transmitted, according to
law and regulations, the purchaser can, upon proof of
the fact, obtain a judgment for double the amount of the
price of the goods, while the dealer will be subject to the
penalties of the law. This provision of the law, how-
ever, does not apply to illegitimate goods sold by un-
registered, unlawful dealers or their agents; consumers
who purchase such unlawful goods having no recourse
under the law, for damages.







8

FERTILIZERS SUMMARY

FRANK T. WILSON, B. S., ANALYST.

Official samples fertilizers ........................ 4
Special samples fertilizers ....................... 284

Total analyses Fertilizer Department ........... 288







9

SUMMARY COMMERCIAL STOCK FEED.

E. PECK GREENE, B. S., ANALYST.

The following analyses have been made during the year:
Official samples feed stuff ..................'. .... 162
Specials samples feed stuff ....................... 33

Total analyses Feed Department.............. 195
The average composition of the official samples was as
follows:
Protein Starch and Fats
Sugar
Official analysis .............16.14 ... 50.65.... 3.59
Guaranteed analysis ..........15.27... .50.43.... 3.23

Average excess ........... 0.87.... 0.22.... 0.36

We find the official samples of feed stuffs exceeded the
guarantee 0.20% (twenty points), as follows:

In proteinn .................. ..117 samples, or 72.11%
In starch and sugar............ 71 samples, or 43.82%
In fats ....................... 86 samples, or 53.08%

There was a deficiency of 0.20% (twenty points) as
follows:

In protein .....................19 samples, or 12.38%
In starch and sugar .............66 samples, or 40.74%
In fats ........................40 samples, or 24.69%







10 -

FOOD AND DRUGS SUMMARY.

A. M. HENRY, B. s., ANALYST.

Official food and drug saniples................ 106
Special fdod and drug samples ............... 94
W ater samples .............................. 5

Total food and drug samples ................ 205

Official citrus fruit samples .................. 158
Special citrus fruit samples .................. 257

Total citrus fruit samples .................. 415

Grand total food and drug samples.......... 620








11

CITRUS FRUIT SUMMARY.


INSPECTORS
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Henry, A. M., Tallahassee .... 8 1 9 0 1 18

Gibson, W. C., Miami ........ 28 2 74 1 105

Johnston, C. E., Daytona.... 41 30 16 J 9 | 96

Lewis, J. T., Williston......... 46 42 17 / 12 117

Robson, Reid, Lakeland .... 32 28 11 18 79


Total number of samples for I
1919 ............... 155 103 127 30 415

Total number of samples for |
1918 ...................... 239 112 67 25 | 443

Total number of samples for I
1917 ...................... 135 24 163 10 332

Total number of samples for |
1916 ...................... 238 87 199 25 549

Total number of samples for (
1915 ...................... ...... ...... ..... ...... 304
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Total number of samples
since adoption of U. S. [
Standard .............. ...... ...... ...... ...... 2042
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COMPARISON OF 1916, 1917, 1918 AND 1919.
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| 19161 19171 19181 1919

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Cars of grapefruit shipped to Nov. 5.....1 7651 492] 12951 1533
Cars of grapefruit sampled to Nov. 5.... 1991 163| 671 235
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Per cent of cars of grapefruit sampled... 28.22133.131 5.17115.33
Per cent of grapefruit sampled immature16.001 3.00|15.411 1.17
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Cars of oranges shipped to Nov. 5....... 409, 821 8011 563
Cars of oranges sampled to Nov. 5...... 251 10 251 25
Per cent of oranges sampled immature..1 8.00118.001 0.001 4.95

Cars of citrus friut shipped, to Nov. 5....) 1104| 574I 2096) 2096
Cars of citrus friut sampled to Nov. 5 .... 224[ 1731 921 260
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Per cent of cars of citrus fruit sampled. .120.11130.141 4.39112.40
Per cent of citrus fruit sampled I
Per cent of citrus fruit sampled immaturell5.18I 3.78112.04l 1.45
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SUMMARY OF OIL ANALYSIS.

E. T. CASLER, B. s., ANALYST.

Gasolines analyzed before the enforcement of
the law ................................ 293
Official Gasoline samples analyzed ............ 28

Total Gasoline samples analyzed .......... 321
*Kerosene samples analyzed before the enforce-
ment of the law ........................ 51
Official Kerosene samples analyzed ............ 8

Total kerosene samples analyzed.......... 59

Total oil samples analyzed .............. 380
Illegal gasoline samples before enforcement of
the law ............................:... 82
Illegal gasoline samples before enforcement'\ of
the law ................................ 27.99%
Legal gasoline samples before enforcement of the
law ............. ....................... 72.01%
Illegal official gasoline samples .............. 00.00%
Legal official gasoline samples ................100.00%
Illegal, kerosene samples before enforcement of
the law ............................... 00.00%
Legal Kerosene samples before enforcement of the
law .................................. 100.00%
Illegal official kerosene samples............... 00.00%
Legal official kerosene samples................ 100.00%

tThe oil companies were given ninety days from sep-
tember 2d, 1919, (date Gasoline Inspection Law became
effective) in which to dispose of all gasoline and kerosene
on hand. Samples were analyzed during this period,
however, to determine the quality of the oils being sold in
the state prior to the enactment of the law, and to note
the improvement in the oils under the operation of the
law.










STATE FERTILIZER VALUATIONS.

(Based on Commercial Values, January 1, 1920.)

For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia.
and Potash for the Season of 1919;

Available Phosphoric Acid ........... $ .071/2 a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ........... .01 a pound
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) .35 a pound
Potash (as actual potash, K2O)....... .35 a pound
If calculated by units
Available Phosphoric Acid ........... 1.50 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ............ .20 per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) 7.00 per unit
Potash .............................. 7.00 per unit
With a uniform allowance of $3.50 per ton for mixing
and bagging.
A unit is twenty pounds, or 1 per cent. of a ton. We
find this to be the easiest and quickest method for cal-
culating the value of fertilizer. To illustrate this, take,
for example, a fertilizer which analyzes as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid .6.22 per cent. x $1.50-$9.33
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid..1.50 per cent. x .20- .30
Ammonia ................ 3.42 per cent. x 7.00- 23.94
Potash .........--....... 3.23 per cent. x 7.00- 22.61
Mixing and bagging ............................ 3.50

Commercial value at seaports................. $59.68

Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid ... 8 per cent. x $1.50-$12.00
Ammonia ...................2 per cent. x 7.00- 14.00
Potash ......................2 per cent. x 7.00- 14.00
Mixing and bagging..........................$ 3.50

Commercial value 'at seaports................. $43.50
The valuations and market prices in preceding illus-
trations are based on market prices for one-ton lots.










MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZ-
ING MATERIALS AT FLORIDA SEAPORTS,
JANUARY 1, 1920.

"Under unsettled conditions, quotations are wholly
nominal."

AMMONIATES.

Nitrate of Soda, 18% ammonia................. $ 77.00
Sulphate of Ammonia, 25% ammonia............ 115.00
Dried Blood, 16% ammonia.................... 160.00
Cyanamid, 18% ammonia ...................... 90.00

POTASH.

Domestic Potash, 27% K20 ................ $ 101.00
High-grade Sulphate of Potash, 90% Sulphate
48% KO .............................. Nominal
Low-grade Sulphate of Potash, 48% Sulphate,
26% K20 .............................. Nominal
Muriate of Potash, 80%; 48% K20O.......... Nominal
Nitrate of Potash, imported, 15% ammonia,
44% potash K20 ........................ Nominal
Nitrate of Potash, American, 13% Ammonia,
42% Potash KO. .................. .... Nominal
Kainit, potash, 12% K20 .................. Nominal
Canada Hardwood Ashes, in bags, 3% KO
potash ............... ................... $ 30.00










AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID.

. High-grade Tankage, 10% ammonia, 5% phospho-
ric acid ............................. ..... $ 100.00
Tankage, 8% ammonia, 10% phosphoric acid.... 82.00
Low-grade Tankage, 61/2% ammonia, 12% phos
phoric acid ............................... 67.00
Goat Manure, 112% ammonia, 3% potash...... 35.00
Imported Fish Guano, 10% ammonia, 7% phos-
phoric acid ............................... 107.00
Pure Fine Steamed Ground Bone, 3% ammonia,
22% phosphoric acid ...................... 65.00
Raw Bone, 4% ammonia, 22% phosphoric acid.. 67.00
Ground Castor Pomace, 61% ammonia, 2% phos-
phoric acid ......................... ... 70.00
Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 7% ammonia ........ 76.00
Dark Cotton Seed Meal, 41/2% ammonia ........ 50.00
SPOSPHORIC ACID.

High-grade Acid Phosphate, 16% available phos-
phoric acid ...............................$ 25.00
Acid Phosphate, 14% available phosphoric acid. 23.50
Bone Black, 17% available phosphoric acid..... 30.00

MISCELLANEOUS.

High-grade Ground Tobacco Stems, 3% ammonia,
8% potash ................................. $ 54.00
High-grade Baled Kentucky Tobacco Stems, 21/2%
ammonia, 7% potash ........................ 40.00
Tobacco Dust No. 1, 2% ammonia, 2% potash.... 32.00
Cut Tobacco Stems, in sacks, 2% ammonia, 4%
potash ................... '.................. 54.00
Dark Tobacco Stems baled, 2% ammonia 4% potash 38.00
Land Plaster, in sacks ......................... 17.00
Subject to 5% discount for cash.
The charges by reputable manufacturers for mixing
and bagging any special or regular formula are $3.50 per
ton in excess of above prices.









NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES, CURRENT JAN.
1, 1920, FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

"Owing to unsettled conditions quotations are wholly
nominal."

AMMONIATES.


Ammonia, sulph., bulk, f. o. b. works,
per 100 lbs. ....................... Nomi
Double bags, f. a. s. New York........ 6.40
Fish scrap, dried 11 p. c. ammonia, and
14 p. c. bone phosphate, f. o. b. factor-
ies ........................ 7.25 @ 7.40
Wet acidulated, 6 p. c. ammonia, 3 p. c.
phosphoric acid, f. o. b. fish factory... 5.50
Ground Fish Scrap, 11 to 12 p. c. ammon-
ia, 15 p. c. B. P. f. o. b. fish factory.... 8.25
Tankage, 11 p. c. and 15 p. c. f. o. b. Chi-
cago ............................... 7.25
Tankage, 10 and 20 p. c. f. o. b. Chicago,
ground ............................. 7.25
Tankage, 9 and 20 p. c. f. o. b. Chicago,
ground ............................ 7.10
Tankage, concentarted, f. o. b. Chicago,
14 to 15 p. c........................ -
Blood f. o. b. Chicago ............... 7.50
Garbage, tankage, f. o. b. Chicago ...... 4.00
Hoofmeal, f. o. b. Chicago, per unit.... -
Dried Blood, 12-13 p. c. ammonia, f. o. b.
New York ......................... 7.50
Tankage, New York .................. 7.25
Nitrate of soda, per 100 lbs. ........... 3.05


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PHOSPHATES.


Acid, phosphate, basis 16% bulk per ton 19.75 @ -
Southern ports ..................... 22.00 @ -
Bones, rough hard ..................... 30.00 @32.00
Soft steamed, unground, ............ 26.00 @27.00
Ground, steamed, 1I p. c. ammonia and
60 p. c. bone phosphate.............. 32.00 @ -
Do., 3 and 50 p. c .................... 40.00 @ -
Raw Ground, 4 p. c. ammonia and 50
p. c. bone phosphate .............. 48.00 @ -
Florida land pebble phosphate rock, 68
p. c. f. o. b. Tampa, Fla ............. @ -
Florida land pebble phosphate rock, 75
p. c. f. o. b. Tampa ................. @ -
Florida high grade phosphate hard rock,
77 p. c. f. o. b. Florida ports.......... @ -
Tennessee phosphate rock, f. o. b. Mt.
Pleasant, domestic 78 @ 80 p. c. per
ton ................................ 11.00 @ 11.50
75 p. c. guaranteed, per ton, 2,240 lbs.. 9.73 @10.25
78 p. c. per ton, 2,240 lbs............. 11.00 @11.50


POTASHES.


American fertilizer, potash, in paperlined
cars, f. o. b. works, per unit .......... 2.75 @ 2.80
Muriate of potash, 80@85 per cent., K. C.
L., bags, per unit.................... 2.75 @ 3.00
Muriate of potash, min., 90@95 per cent,
basis, 80 per cent. in bags........... Nominal
Muriate of potash, min. 98 per cent. basis
80 per cent. in bags ................. Nominal
Sulphate of potash, 90@95 per cent, basis
90 per cent in bags., per unit ......... Nominal
First sorts potashes, per lb............. 15 @ 20










COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FEED
STUFF FOR 1920.

For the season 1920 the following "Stats values" are
fixed as a guide to purchasers, quotation January 1st.
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.:
$3.25 per sack of 100 lbs., $1.82 per bu., 56 lbs.
To find the commercial State value, multiply the per-
centages by the price per unit.
A unit being 20 pounds (1%) of a ton.
Protein, 6.8c per pound .................. $1.36 per unit
Starch and sugar, 3.1c per pound.......... .62 per unit
Fat, 6.8c per pound .................... 1.36 per unit

EXAMPLE No. 1

Corn and Oats, Equal Parts:
Protein ....................... 11.15x1.36, $15.16
Starch and Sugar.............. 64.65x .62, 40.08
Fat ................. ........... 5.20x1.36, 7.07

State value, per ton- ............. ..62.31

EXAMPLE NO. 2.

Corn:
Protein ........................ 10.50x1.36, $14.28
Starch and Sugar.............. 69.60x .62, 43.15
Fat ........... .. .... ........ 5.40x1.36, 7.34

State value, per ton............ $64.77










STATE VALUES.

It is not intended by the "State valuations" 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 maybe determined
and the inquirer informed what the cost of the necessary
materials to compound a ton of goods siimlar to "Smith's
Fruit and Vine" would be, using none but accepted and
well-known materials of the best quality.
State values do not consider "trade secrets," loss on
bad bills, cost of advertisements and expenses of collec-
tions. The "State value" is simply that price at which
the various ingredients necessary to use in compounding
a fertilizer or feed can be purchased for cash in ton lots
at Florida seaports.
These price lists published in this report, with the
"State values," January 1, 1920, are nominal.







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COPIES OF LAWS, RULES AND .REGULATIONS
AND STANDARDS.

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 Agricul-
tural Experiment Station can be had by application to
the Director, at Gainesville.
The form letter for transmitting special samples of
fertilizers or feeding stuffs as shown in the rules and reg-
ulations is adopted and must be explicitly complied with
in order to obtain a legal certificate of analysis.









"COOPERATION WITH NATIONAL FOOD' AND
DRUG AUTHORITIES.

"Section two of the Florida Food and Drugs Law pro-
vides that in cases of violation of interstate laws the
'Commissioner of Agriculture shall certify the case to the
United States District Attorney in whose district the
.violation of the law may have been committed.'
"Section Fifteen provides 'that the Commissioner of
Agriculture, with the advise of the State Chemist, shall
establish such rules and regulations as shall not be in-
consistent with the provisions of this Act in conformity
with the rules and regulations formulated by the United
States Depaitment of Agriculture, by authority of the
National Food and Drugs Act of June thirtieth, nineteen
and six, and amendments thereto.'
"The United States Department of Agriculture has es-
tablished the 'Office of State Cooperative Food and Drug
Control' for the purpose of cooperating with the States
in cases of violation of interstate laws, and will take
charge of all cases of violation of interstate laws on re-
ceipt of the evidence transmitted by the State authori-
ties, and will refer the same to the 'U. S. District At-
torney in whose District the violation of the law may
have occurred" for prosecution. It is evident that the
Florida Law (Section Two) contemplates such reference,
and cooperation, as, cases of violation of interstate laws
originate at the point of manufacture or shipment from
other states, and are not within the jurisdiction of the
U. S. District Attorneys of Florida. The officers, 'Chem-
ist in Charge,' of the 'Office of State Cooperative Food
and Drug Control,' and 'United States Local Inspec-
tors,' have shown an active interest in this essential co-
operation, and have visited this State on numerous oc-
casions for consultation with the 'State authorities.'
"As a very large proportion, 75% or more, of the man-
ufactured foods and drugs sold in Florida are of inter-
state origin, an active cooperation with the National au-
thorities is essential in order to more effectively protect
the citizens of Florida from misbranded, lightweight, or
adulterated foods, drugs and feeds."









FRAUDULENT FERTILIZERS.

The unusual scarcity and high values of all fertilizer
materials, sulfur, sulfuric acid, nitrates and potash, and
the great demand by farmers for fertilizers, caused by
the high prices of grain, forage and feed crops, has in-
duced a number of unscrupulous profiteers to place upon
the market in a number of instances practically worth-
less fertilizers; generally clandestinely through agents,
and without having legally registered their formulas or
guarantees, or under false guarantees and without payment
of the inspection fee required by law. Goods adulter-
ated with! water (the universal adulterant) selling water
at $1.50 or more per gallon to say nothing of the cost of
packages and freights; or sand 40% or more (800 pounds
of sand in a ton) at $40.00 per ton; sold to farmers un-
der false and misleading statements, garbled and deleted
quotations from scientific authority.
It is unnecessary to say that the sale of such goods
not only defrauds the consumer, but fails to protect the
honest manufacture of legitimate material.

ANALYTICAL FORCE.

The three analysts employed by the State Laboratory
are industrious, capable and necessarily work long hours
in the effort to report promptly upon all samples. This
report shows a number of analyses made by each; each
sample involving four to seven determinations.
I have reported the necessity of additional analysts
previously. The growers of the State are payng annual-
ly some $80,000 for protection, and are entitled to more
prompt service, which can only be given by a larger force
of competent analysts, it being physically impossible for
the present force to meet the demands as promptly as the
consumer has a right to expect.







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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

I wish to extend to the analytical force of the State,
Laboratory, the Inspectors of the Chemical Division and
the Citrus Inspectois, the thanks and appreciation of the
State Chemist for their hearty cooperation, their constant
labor and vigilance in the effort to aid in the protection
of the citizens of the State, and the honest manufactur-
ers and dealers, from dealers in "short weight," 'adulter-
ated," and -"misbranded" foods, feeds and fertilizers,
quack remedies and green fruit.
Respectfully submitted,
State Chemist.









ANALYSIS MADE BY STATE LABORATORY.

Only such materials are analyzed by the State Lab-
oratory as are directed by the Pure Food, the Fertilizer,
and Stock Feed Laws.

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 analyze the materials
used by, nor the products of Fertilizer, Feed Stuffs, or
other factories, by which to guarantee their goods. Such
analyses are commercial problems.

The State Laboratory does not analyze samples for in-
dividual account wherein the public is not interested.
Such samples should be sent to a commercial laboratory.

ANALYSES IN CRIMINAL CASES

The State Laboratory does not make post mortem ex-
aminations, nor furnish evidence in criminal cases (ex-
cept 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 prosecut-
ing attorney, the cost being taxed as other criminal costs.
by the court.

R. E. ROSE, State Chemist.

W. A. MeRAE,
Commissioner of Agriculture.


Tallahassee, Fla., January 1, 1920.







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STATE OF FLORIDA.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

January 1, 1920.

REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND
FORWARDING OF SAMPLES OF COMMERCIAL
FERTILIZER AND COMMERCIAL FEEDING
STUFF TO THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICUL-.
TURE FOR ANALYSIS BY THE STATE CHEMIST.

The following regulations for drawing, preparing and
sending samples of commercial fertilizer and commercial
stock feed, under the authority given in Section 15 of
Chapter 4983, Acts of 1901 (Chapter XXII., General
Statutes), as amended by Oh'apter 5660, Acts of 1907,
and Section 15, Chapter 5452, Acts of 1905, as amended
by Chapter 5661, Acts of 1907, and Chapter 7939, Acts of
1919, are this day adopted.

OFFICIAL SAMPLES, drawn by State Chemist, As-
sistant State Chemists or Inspectors.

An approximately equal quantity (a pint or a pound)
shall be.taken with an approved "sampler" (a sugar,
flour or cheese tryer-a "pod auger" approximately
twenty inches long), the sample to be taken through the
center of the package; not less than five samplers-full
Shall be taken from each package.

When the lot or shipment contains ten, or less than
ten, packages of the same brand, each package shall be
sampled as above.

In case the lot or shipment contains more than ten
packages of the same brand, a sample shall be drawn
from ten packages as above, and also a sample from one
package from each lot of ten or fraction thereof, above
ten packages in the lot or shipment being sampled.
Preparation of Sample.-The several samples, drawn as
above from each package, shall be carefully and thor-
oughly mixed. From this well mixed lot drawn from









each package as above, a fair sample of not less than one
pound, in the case of fertilizers, and of not less than
one-half pound in the case of stock feed, shall be placed
in a bottle or tin can-approximately a quart can or bot-
tle.

On the sample package, and on the guarantee tags
taken off the sampled packages shall be written the num-
ber of the sample, the name of the purchaser or owner,
the name and address of the manufacturer or shipper,
the place and date of the drawing,! and signed by the In-
spector. Two of the guarantee tags shall be placed in
each sample can; the remainder, if any, of the tags, shall
be numbered, dated and signed by the Inspector. One of
each sample tag shall be delivered to the purchaser or
owner; the remainder, if any, shall be sent to the Com-
missioner of Agriculture by the Inspector.

The sample shall be delivered to the State Chemist, who
shall prepare the same for analysis (by properly grind-
ing, mixing and sifting the same.) The State Chemist
shall retain one-half of this prepared sample for analysis;
the remainder shall be placed in a glass bottle, sealed,
and identified by the laboratory number and date, and
placed in the custody of the Commissioner of Agriculture.
These duplicate samples shall be retained for a' period of
three months from the date of the certificate of analysis.
In case of appeal from analysis of the State Chemist
(within three months from the date of the certificate),
the sample shall be retained indefinitely, until the final
disposition of the case.








SPECIAL SAMPLES DRAWN BY PURCHASERS.

Special Samples.-Samples drawn and transmitted by
the purchaser under Sections 9 of both the Commercial
Fertilizer and the Commercial Stock Feed Laws.

SAMPLING TEN OR LESS PACKAGES.

The purchaser or owner of the,material to be sampled,
when the lot or shipment contains ten or less original
packages, each-bearing the guarantee tag and stamp re-
quired by law, of the same brand, shall take, in the pres-
ence of two disinterested persons, within thirty days
after delivery, an approximately equal quantity (a pint
or a pound) from each of the ten or less packages of the
same brand.

These samples shall be taken with an approved "sam-
pler" (a sugar, flour or cheese tryer, a "pod auger," a
semi-circular instrument of tin or sheet iron, capable of
drawing a sample through the center of the -package,
approximately twenty inches long); the sample to be
taken through the center of the package; not less than
five samplers-full shall be taken from each package.

SAMPLING MORE THAN TEN PACKAGES.

In case the lot or shipment contains more than ten
packages of the same brand, each bearing the guarantee
tag and stamp required by law, a sample shall be drawn
in the presence of two disinterested persons from each of
ten packages as above; and also a sample from one pack-
age from each lot of ten packages or fraction thereof,
above ten packages in the lot or shipment being sampled.

After carefully and thoroughly mixing these samples,
a fair sample of the mixture, not less than a pound in the
case of commercial fertilizer, and not less than one-half
pound in the case of commercial stock feed, shall be placed
in a bottle or tin can, and sealed in the presence of the
witnesses.

On the sample thus drawn shall be written the name
and address of the purchaser, and the name of a disinter-
ested party (one of the witnesses), who shall transmit the
*










package to the Commissioner of Agriculture by mail or
express, properly packed to prevent damage in transpor-
tation.

The sender of the sample shall also address a letter to
the Commissioner of Agriculture, advising him of the
sending of the sample, stating the number of original
packages purchased, each bearing the guaranteed analysis
and inspection stamp required by law, the number of
packages represented by the sample, the date of purchase,
and the date of delivery of the goods.

This letter of transmittal shall be accompanied by an
affidavit of the purchaser and of both witnesses to the
drawing of the sample, taken before an officer authorized
to administer oaths and take acknowledgements, as to the
correctness of the letter of transmittal and the proper
drawing, according to law, rules and regulations; and be
properly signed by the purchaser and the two witnesses,
over the signature and seal of the officer administering
the oath.
NOTE-THIS LETTER AND THE AFFIDAVITS MUST NOT BE
ENCLOSED IN THE PACKAGE.
Blank forms of the letters of transmittal and affidavits
will be furnished by the Commissioner of Agriculture or
State Chemist and are published herein. They must be
literally complied with, otherwise the sample will not be
accepted for analysis.

The tags off the sampled packages shall be marked with
the date and place of the drawing, signed by the two dis-
interested persons and the owner, and shall be retained
by the owner to compare with the certificate of analysis
by the State Chemist. On the receipt of the certificate of
the State Chemist the owner shall immediately mark upon
the tags, off the packages sampled and retained by him,
the number and date of the State Chemist's certificate,
and shall at once send two of the said tags to the Com-
missioner of Agriculture; one of which shall be filed in
the office of the Commissioner of Agriculture; the dupli-
cate delivered to the State Chemist for filing in the rec-
ords of his office.











SAMPLES IN PAPER OR WOODEN PACKAGES WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED.
Duplicate samples of the same lot or shipment, of the
same brand, are not permissible though the lot or ship-
ment (of the same brand) may have been consigned to
different persons or firms.

These regulations are adopted to secure fair samples
of sufficient size to allow the preservation of a duplicate
sample in case of protest or appeal. This duplicate sam-
ple will be preserved for three months from the date of
certificate of analysis.
The State Chemist is not the proper officer to receive
special samples from the purchaser.

'he propriety of the method of drawing and sending
samples as fixed by law is obvious.

The drawing and sending of special samples is in rare
cases in compliance with law. Samples are frequently
sent in paper boxes, badly packed, and frequently in very
small quantity (less than an ounce); frequently there
are no marks, numbers or other means of identification;
the postmark in many instances being absent.

The attention of those who desire to avail themselves
of this privilege is called to Section 9 and 10 of the laws,
which are clear and explicit.

NOTE: HEREAFTER STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH ABOVE
REGULA'IO1S WILL BE REQUIRED. THE SAMPLE MUST NOT
BE LESS THAN ONE POUND OF FERTILIZER OR ONE-HALF POUND
OF STOCK FEED, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE, SEALED AND AD-
DRESSED TO THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. THE
PURCHASER'S NAME AND ADDRESS, AND THE NAME OF THE
SENDER, MUST ALSO BE ON THIS PACKAGE, THIS RULE APPLY-
ING TO SPECIAL SAMPLES OF FERTILIZERS OR COMMERCIAL
FEEDING STUFF, DRAWN AS DIRECTED.

NOTE: A one-pound baking powder tin can, properly
cleaned, filled with a fairly drawn, well-mixed sample,
drawn as directed, is a proper sample. IT MUST BE SEALEr:
AND ADDRESSED TO THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE, AT










TALLAHASSEE. THE PURCHASER'S NAME AND ADDRESS, AND
THE NAME OF THE SENDER, MUST ALSO BE PLACED ON 'IHE
PACKAgE.

IF MORE THAN ONE SAMPLE IS SENT REPRESENTING DIF-
FERENT BRANDS THE SAMPLES MUST BE NUMBERED SO AS TO
IDENTIFY THEM. A LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL AND AFFIDAVIT
MUST ACCOMPANY EACH SAMPLE. ALL THIS SHOULD BE
DONE IN THE PRESENCE OF THE WITNESSES, AND THE PACKAGE
MAILED OR EXPRESSED BY A DISINTERESTED PERSON.

NOTE: The tags off the sacks with the guaranteed
analyses and stamps, and names of manufacturers should
be retained by the purchaser, to compare with the cer-
tificate of analysis when received and NOT SENT TO THIS
OFFICE, UNTIL AFTER RECEIPT OF THE CERTIFICATE OF AN-
ALYSIS.

Raw Phosphatcs.-Ground raw phosphate rock-hard
or soft-contains phosphoric acid, more or less available
hence is classed a fertilizer, when sold to consumers for
fertilizing purposes, under Section 11 of the law; and is
required to be guaranteed and stamped as required by
Section 3; listed and guaranteed under oath, as required
by Section 5, and the inspection fee paid previous to sale
as provided by Section 6.

Lime is not classed a fertilizer. It is not required to
be sold under guarantee, nor the inspection fee paid;
hence is not subject to free analysis by the State Lab-
oratory,










OBJECT OF THE LAWS.

The object of the Fertilizer and Stock Feed Law is:
First, to protect the consumer from fraud, false repre-
sentations by illegitimate dealers who have not complied
with the law, nor filed their guaranteed analysis under
oath, and who have not paid their inspection tax fixed
by law.

Second, to protect the lawful dealer who has fully
complied with the law, by filing his guarantee under
oath, and has paid his inspection fee, and who has placed
upon each bag or other package, a guarantee tag show-
ing the minimum percentage of valuable ingredients in
the fertilizer or feed stuff, as provided by the law.

These regulations supersede and revoke all previous
regulations governing the drawing and transmitting of
samples of commercial fertilizer and commercial stock
feed.

R. E. ROSE, State Chemist.

W. A. McRAE,
Commissioner of Agriculture.

Tallahassee, Fla., January 1, 1920.

NOTE: These regulations are adopted to conform with
the decision of the Supreme Court of Florida of May 12,
1917, as follows:

"The terms of the statute in giving the special right of
action to 'any person purchasing' fertilizer clearly con-
templates that the test shall be made with at least some
degree of promptness after the delivery of the fertilizer.
and that more than one sample shall be taken when the
quantity of fertilizer purchased makes it expedient to
have plural samples to secure a fair test."









SPECIAL SAMPLES.

Florida is the only state in the Union that provides
for the "special sample," drawn by the consumer or pur-
chaser, UNDER PROPER RULES AND REGULATIONS FIXED BY
.LAw-to be sent to the Cofimissioner of Agriculture for
analysis free of cost. Any person wbo has pur-
chased fertilizers or feeds FOR HIS OWN USE MAY DRAW
A SAMPLE OE THE SAME, ACCORDING TO LAW AND REGULA-
TIONS, and have the same analyzed by the State Chemist
free of cost. In case of adulteration or deficiency the
purchaser can, on establishing the fact, receive double
the cost demanded for the goods.

NOTE: A "material deficiency" (Section 3) shall be
0.20%-twenty points-one-fifth (1/5 per cent-equal to
four pounds in a ton of 2,000 pounds; or one-fifth (1/5)
pound in 100 pounds of Ammonia (1.00% Protein), Avail-
able Phosphoric Acid, and Potash in Fertilizers;
Or, 1.00% Protein, 0.02% Fat, 1.00% Nitr'ogen-Free
Extract (starch and sugar) in Stock Feed.

Provided, these variations, or tolerances, shall be as
often above as below the guarantee.

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 Quarterly
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.

The following form letter and affidavit for transmitting
special samples of fertilizers or feeding stuffs are adopted
and must be explicitly complied with in order to obtain
a legal certificate of analysis.


Chemist-3










FORM FOR TRANSMITTING SAMPLES OF COM-
MERCIAL FERTILIZER OR COMMER-
CIAL FEEDING STUFF.



........... ... ....... Fla., ........ 192....

Hon. W. A. McRae,
Commissioner of Agriculture,
Tallahassee, Florida.

Dear Sir:-
I send you today by mail (or express) a sample of

(Indicate Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Meal or Feed Stuff.)
for analysis by the State Chemist.

This sample is taken from a lot of.... packages, each
bearing the guarantee tag and stamp required by law,
purchased from a registered dealer, on the....... day of
........., 192. .., and delivered on or about the......
day of...................., 192....

This sample was drawn from........ packages in the
presence of two witnesses, this day.
The guarantee tags and stamps off the ........ pack-
ages sampled are retained by the purchaser.

This sample is sent by me, one of the witnesses, for
Mr. .......................... the purchaser.
Yours truly,










FORM OF AFFIDAVIT TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL
SAMPLES OF FERTILIZERS OR STOCK FEED
SENT TO THE COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE.



................ F la., ..........., 192..
Personally appeared before me, the undersigned au-
thority, ..........................., the owner of the
sample of ..............................., described in
Fertilizer or Stock Feed.
the attached letter of transmittal; also .................
and......................... two disinterested persons
who witnessed the drawing of the said sample, who, each
being duly sworn, declare the drawing and sealing of the
sample as described in the attached letter of transmittal
was in their presence at...................., Florida, on
the....... day of ..................., 192..; and as set
forth in the said letter of transmittal, that the sample was
delivered to........................ for transmittal to
the Commissioner of Agriculture.
....................... (Ow ner)
....................... (W witness )
........................ (Witness.)
Sworn and subscribed to before me
this......day of.............. 192..

Notary Public.
My commission expires...........
(Seal)









THE STATE OF FLORIDA.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE
ANALYSIS OF WATER, SOILS, COMMERCIAL
SAMPLES, AND SAMPLES INVOLVING CRIM-
INAL CASES.

WATER ANALYSIS.

The State Laboratory will analyze samples of water
from public-owned water supplies, municipal plants, etc.,
owned and operated by the city or town, when accom-
panied by the certificate of the mayor, or other city offi-
cer, that the water is furnished the public by the city or
town.

It will not analyze water for individuals or corpora-
tions selling water to the public, water companies, ice
companies, mineral springs, health resorts, etc., main-
tained for profit. Such samples should be sent to a com-
mercial laboratory.

The State Laboratory does not make. bacteriological
examinations for disease germs. Such examinations are
made by the State Board of Health at Jacksonville, Fla.,
which has entire charge of the public health.

We do not make a sanitary analysis. We determine
the total dissolved solids in the sample quantitatively,
and report them as parts per 1,000,000, naming the prin-
cipal ingredients -in the order of their predominance
qualitatively. 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 dis-
solved 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 conclu-
sion as to the potability and healthfulness of the water
can be deduced.










Therefore, we require the following information to be
given in regard to the source of the water:

(1). The source of the water: spring, lake, river,
driven well, dug well, bored well, artesian well or 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.

No samples of water will be analyzed unless the name
and address of the sender is on the package for identi-
fication.

WE REQUIRE TWO GALLONS OF EACH SAMPLE OF WATER IN
A NEW JUG, STOPPED WITH A NEW CORK, AND SENT BY PRE-
PAID 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.

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 carelessness, in allowing surface water to contam-
inate the well or spring, the waters of the*State are pure
and wholesome. The deep wells of the State are noted
for their purity and healthfulness.










SOIL ANALYSIS.

Frequently samples of soil are sent in for analysis with
a request to advise as to the best methods of fertilizing.
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 con-
ditions is of little value.

A chemical anaylsis of soil may indicate a very fertile
soil, rich in plant food, while the facts are the soil is
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 irri-
gated. Other soils, with less plant food, but on account
of proper physical conditions, culture and tilth, are ex-
ceedingly productive.
The average of thousands of analyses of Florida soils
made by the Florida 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 fay 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, Indiana, 1908, as follows:
"'Soil lr'1lii,.; of Little Value in Shoiowing Fertilizer
Requirements.-The Chemical Department is called upon
to answer hundreds of letters of inquiry in 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 knowledge of the










conditions, write out a prescription of a fertilizer 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 avail-
ability 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, nar-
row strips of the field to be tested are measured off side
by side. The crop is planted uniformly over each. Dif-
ferent 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 fertilizer is best
suited for his needs. As climatic conditions may influ-
ence the yield with different fertilizers, it is best to carry
on such tests for more than one year before drawing defi-
nite conclusions. There is positively no easier or shorter
method of testing the soil that we feel safe in recommend-
ing.
"'Soil can be greatly improved by an intelligent rotation
of crops, the conservation of stable manures, and the use
of some kind of commercial fertilizer. Farmers need
have no fear that the proper application of commercial
fertilizer will injure the land."

ANALYSIS OF FOODS AND DRUGS.

Samples of foods and drugs are drawn under special
regulations as provided by law.
-Application should be made to the Commissioner of
Agriculture or State Chemist for the necessary blanks,
instructions, etc., for drawing and transmitting samples
of foods and drugs, including drinks of all kinds.
FOOD AND DRUG SAMPLES NOT DRAWN AND TRANSMITTED
ACCORDING TO LAW WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR ANALYSIS.










COPIES OF LAWS, RULES AND REGULATIONS
AND STANDARDS.

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 Agricul-
tural Experiment Station can be had by application to
the Director at Gainesville.

R. E. ROSE, State Chemist.

W. A. McRAE,
Commissioner of Agriculture.

Tallahassee, Fla., January 1, 1920.

NOTE.-_All special samples transmitted under form
letter on page 35 shall be taken with an approved "sam-
pler" (a sugar, flour or cheese tryer, a "pod auger," a
semi-circular instrument of tin or sheet iron, capable of
drawing a sample through the center of the package,
approximately twenty inches long); the sample to be
taken through the center of the package; not less than
five samplers-full shall be taken from each package.









DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1919, FRANK T. WILSON, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved May 22, 1901.

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. C .) .5 FOR WHOM SENT.

x 5 I 7 20
9E .0 N3 g S | 3
0 C


Fertilizer No. 1 ................ 4780 4.96 7.20 2.65 9.851 7.05 ..... W. N. Seeger, Ocoee.

Fertilizer No. 2 ................ 4781 7.77 7.60 2.101 9.701 4.55| 1.101W. N. Seeger, Ocoee.

Fertilizer No. 1 ............... 478214.12 .90 5.0 8.90 8 ...L. W. Tilden, Winter Garden.

Fertilizer No. 2 (Acid Phosphate) 4783 ..... 17.82 0.18 18.00 ..... ..... L. W. Tilden, Winter Garden.

Goat Manure ................ 4784 8.93 .... ..... I..... 1 2.15 2.90 C. Upton, Boynton.

Acid Phosphate ............... 47851.... 17.65 0.20 17.85 ..... ..... C. Upton, Boynton.

Fertlizer ............... .. 4786 8.00 6.2 7.50 13.701 4.02! 2.76 J. H. Sadler, Oakland.

Steamed Bone ................ .47871 4.97| 7.00118.90125.901 4.00 ..... R. Daetwyler & Co., Winter Park.









Fertilizer ...................... 4788i 6.851 5.40113.85119.25

Fertilizer ...................... 4789 2.87 6.951 0.551 7.501

Early Truck (Sample No. 1).... 147901 3.98 6.701 0.701 7.401

Special Mixture (Sample No. 2).147911 6.681 7.10! 1.101 8.20
Ammoniated Phosphate (Sample I I
No. 3) ....................... 14792 4.971 8.201 0.70 8.901
1I 1I
Formula No. 1 (Sample No. 1).. 4793 9.31 6.75 2.25 9.00
i 1 I 1 I
Formula No. 1 ................ 4794 9.68 6.651 3.051 9.70i

Cotton Seed Meal .............. 4795 ... ...... ..... .. . .

Fertilizer No. 2. ................ 4796110.231 5.95 1.00 6.95

Special Mixture No. 1 ......... 4797 7.95 5.95 2.15 8.10

Special Mixture No. 2 ......... 14798 8.391 6.75 3.55110.30

Special Mixture No. 3 ......... 4799 9.651 6.431 0.57 7.00
I I i I
Mixed Fertilizer ................ 4800 9.11 5.001 3.001 8.00!

Fertilizer ... ........ .............148011 4.911 9.681 2.57112.25

Peanut Meal ...................... 48021..... ..... ..... .....


4.20..... Cape Verde Farms Co., Montverde.
3.901..... I Wright Bartlett, Fort Ogden.

4.89 ..... T. M. Waldron, East Palatka.

5.55 0.84 T. M. Waldron, East Palatka.

3.97 ..... T. M. Waldron, East Palatka

5.17 1.02 L. Cantrell. Palatka.

5.271 0.89 Dan Thompson, Sneads Island.

7.10 ..... A. Maultsby, Campville.
3.22 4.82 Dan Thompson, Sneads Island.

5.65 1.011 R. J. Hancock, Palatka.

5.53 0.87 R. J. Hancock, Palatka.

5.30 0.92 R. J. Hancock, Palatka.
I 1
2.27 3.57 A. Ringdahl, White City.

4.43 0.99 Bailey Bros. & Jones, Wauchula.

6.33 ..... IS. Burgis, Madison.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1919-(Continued.)

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND M FOR WHOM SENT.
^ *S -S a
.og s S
8 __ E__ _
2 < & < (


I I I I
Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4803 7.17 5.55 0.30 5.85

Tankage No. 1 ................. 4804 7.25 3.60 4.90 8.50

Dried Blood No. 2 ............. 4805 ..... .......... .

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 ......... 4806 9.83 8.651 2.95111.60

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2 ......... 4807 9.20 8.50 2.05110.55

Mixed Fertilizer No. 3 ......... 480816.22 4.38 2.271 6.65

Cotton Seed Meal No. 4........ 4809 ...... .... .

Castor Pomace No. 5 .......... 4810 ..... ..............

Mixed Fertilizer ..............4811 9.77 7.801 4.50112.30

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4812 6.871 6.781 2.221 9.001


2.58 3.19 Rex Packard, Sanford.

9.75 ..... R. F. Symes, Sanford.

17.50 ..... R. F. Symes, Sanford.

5.15 0.88 0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

6.15 0.58 0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

6.80 3.53 0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

7.17 ..... P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

5.55 .....0 P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

4.30| 2.21 W. H. Peters, Sanford.

3.501 3.97 F. M. Cameron, Sanford.








Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 ......... 4813 8.48

Tobacco Dust No. 2 ............ 4814 .....

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 ........ 4815 9.06;

Special Mixture No. 2 ......... 4816 0.86

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 481712.00

Mixed Fertilizer ...............4818 9.27

Mixed Fertilizer ..............4819 10.52

Mixed Fertilizer ...............4820112.90

High Grade Fertilizer........... 4821 7.78

Cotton Seed Meal .............. 4822 ....

Fertilizer No. 1 ............... 4823 10.50

Fertilizer No. 2 ............... 4824 11.37

Fertilizer No. 3 ................ 482511.07

Fertilizer ...................... 4826 10.50

Fertilizer ...................... 4827| 8.78
1 I


6.83 2.3219.25 7.30 0.88 S. H. Buchanan, Sanford.

..... .......... 2.35 5.80 S. H. Buchanan, Sanford.

4.63 3.07 7.70 4.75 3.28 L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

..... ..... ..... 18.20 19.50 L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

6.63 1.871 8.50 3.97 3.75 Thrasher Bros., Sanford.

5.10 0.55 5.65 5.52 1.11 Carl Carlson, Sanford.

5.90 2.85 8.75 4.42 3.21 J. E. Pace, Sanford.

6.08 0.42 6.50 4.55 2.39 I. E. Esteridge, Sanford.

6.90 2.60 9.50 5.70 1.91 K. S. Parrish, Parish.

...... ..... .. 8.30 ..... R. T. McDavid, Hinson.
*
6.03 7.2213.25 5.00 2.05 S. J. Seeger, Ocoee.

6.95 5.4012.35 6.50 0.34 S. J. Seeger, Ocoee.

7.28 5.97113.25 5.15 0.32 S. J. Seeger, Ocoee.

9.58! 2.47112.05 5.22 0.50 L. Wichendahl, Gotha.

2.05 1.351 3.40 5.00 7.30 Franklin Tyler, Arcadia.
I I_5_.415_____________________










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1919-(Continued.)

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. a M FOR WHOM SENT.
.0 0 Cd C .


_____ _! __! __J 0L___P


Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4828 9.15 9.95

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4829 9.80 5.25

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4830 8.04 5.95

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4831 4.2712.43

Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4832 11.761 6.05

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4833 8.38 6.18

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 ......... 4834 19.52 6.60

Cotton Seed Meal No. 2 ........ 4835 ..... .....

Cotton Seed Meal ............. 4836 ..........

Sulphate of Ammonia No. 1... .4837 ..... .....


3.80 3.75b
1
0.15 5.401

5.1511.101
I 1
0.57113.00

1.651 7.701

0.87 7.051

0.75 7.35




..... .....
..... .....
.. .. .. .. [2


4.95 7.37 J. A. Nielson, White Clty.

4.22 1.25 J. H. Perritt, Sanford.

4.67 2.71 F. N. Esteridge, Sanford.

4.95 0.44 J. H. Huddleston, Sanford.

4.40 3.06 J. F. Smith, Sanford.

4.651 1.74 John Bolly, Sanford.

3.90 2.51 Mrs. J. S. Moore, Sanford.

7.70 ..... Mrs. J. S. Moore, Sanford.

7.90 ..... B. E. Squires, Sanford.

0.20 ..... U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.







Goat Manure No. 2 ...........14838 33.52 0.78 0.471 1.25 4.25 1.501U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
I I I
Acid Phosphate No. 3 .......... 4839 .....16.35 0.10 16.45 ........U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Dried Blood No. 4 ............ 4840 .... .. .. . .. .. [15.201 ..... U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Potash No. 5 ................. ..4841 ... .. .. .. .. ..... ..... 35.30 U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Mixed Fertilizer ..............4842!10.421 7.351 2.75110.101 4.701 1.91 E. Curlett, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4843 7.25 5.05 2.40 7.45 3.87 2.80 C. G. Bell, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4844 11.02 1.20 0.10 1.30 7.72 1.41 R. F. Symes, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4845 13.871 6.18 3.02 9.20 4.35 3.04 Hunter Bros., Sanford.
Fertilizer No. 1............... 4846 10.88 7.10 3.20 10.30 4.30 0.61 A. C. Haynes, DeLand.
Fertilizer No. 2................ 4847 8.93 6.38 1.92 8.30 4.12 2.19 A. C. riaynes, DeLand.
Fertilizer (Lot No. 2).......... 4848 2.80 7.00 0.30 7.30 4.00 0.22 R. P. McAdams, Miiami.
Fertilizer (Lot No. 1).......... 4849 12.65 8.30 1.55 9.85 4.20 2.14 R. P. McAdams, Miami.
Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4850 7.27 7.60 2.45 10.05 3.75 0.28 A. P. Connelly, Sanford.
........... .I I ... .. I::i
Fertilizer ..................... 148511 8.62 6.15 0.65] 6.80 4.00 2.92 W. K. Walton, Homestead.
"Victory Potash" .............. 4852 ..... ..... ... ............ 2.48 R. S. Hall, Ocala.
_____________________________________________I___-__I









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1919-Continued.


NAME, 01O BRAND.


Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 4853

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 4854

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4855

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4856

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 4857

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 4658

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4859

Mixed Fertilizer ...............4860

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4861

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4862

Gro-nd Eone................... 4863


Phosphoric Acid.

3 3




7.18 3.12 10.30

5.50 1.70 7.201

7.05 0.75 7.80

5.65 0.45 6.10

7.88 2.72 10.60

5.80 4.50 10.30

7.85 4.40 12.25

7.65 4.55 12.20

6.10 1.701 7.80

5.70 0.45 6.15


..... 4.80


15.70120.501


NT.


O
S FOR WHOM SE
a


4.65 2.71 R. S. Shimmons, Sanford.

6.55 0.80 R. S. Shimmons, Sanford.

4.10 2.15 Mrs. J. S. Moore, Sanford.

4.80 2.90 Joe Fernandez, Sanford.

4.78 2.05 C. J. Meriwether, Sanford.

4.90 3.25 C. J. Meriwether, Sanford.

4.45 1.43 Joe Meisch, Sanford.

4.45 1.38 Frank Meisch, Sanford.

4.32 2.96 L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

4.85 1.01 Mrs. J. S. Moore, Sanford.

4.451..... Lawton Bros., Sanford.








Mixed Fertilizer ............ 4864113.37

Mixed Fertilizer ...............4865 12.67

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 486 11.62

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 486' i11.88

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 4868 .,7.75

Nitrate of Soda No. 2.......... 4869 ..... .

Tankage ...................... t'510 .....

Castor Bean Burrs............. 4871 ..... .

Soft Phosphate Rock ........... 4872 .....

Fertilizer ......... ............ o73 6.52

Fertilizer ..................... 4871 4.70

Fertilizer No. ............ 4. 0.25

Fertilizer No. 2................ 4876 9.30

Fertilizer ..................... 4877 7.281

Cotton Seed Meal.............. 4878 ..... .

Fertilizer ..................... 4879 2.36


2.95


2.25

0.60

1.77

0.40

0.62



5.25



27.30

0.70

0.25

8.62

8.20,

4.90



0.10


5.20

4.40

4.75

5.37

4.40

17.75

10.37

1.60



3.35

3.50

5.73

4.40

8:751

5.95

4.25|


3.51 John Bolly, Sanford.

2.98 W. J. Thigpen, Sanford.

3.01 C. J. Cranston, Sanford.

1.96 C. G. Bell, Sanford.

0.48 Rex Packard, Sanford.

..... Rex Packard, Sanford;

..... Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

3.29 Esperanza Fruit Co., East Palatka.

..... Jones & Jones, Orlando.

6.88 R. L. DeMilly, Tallahassee.

0.14 L. M. Rhodes, Jacksonville.

2.85 J. H. Sadler, Orlando.

...J. H. Sadler, Orlando.

.....IL. W. Tilden, Orlando.

..... J. R. Williams, Citra.

1.90 Mrs. I. M. Starke, Beresford.










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1919.-(Continued.'

Phosphoric Acid


NAME, OR BRAND. F 0 3 4 FOR WHOM SENT.
a Z -5 4 -
9 Z 'X 0
&t


Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4880 8.30

Fertilizer ..................... 4881 11.65

Fertilizer No. 1................ 4882 12.62

Fertilizer No. 2................ 4883 17.12

Fertilizer ................... .. 4884 6.58

H. G. Fertilizer................. 4885 10.08

Fertilizer ..................... 4886 13.20

Fertilizer ..................... 4887 6.90

Fertilizer No. 1 (Tankage)...... 4888 13.48

Fertilizer No. 2 (Acid Phosphate) 4889 9.32

Fertilizer ..................... 4890 10.68


6.15

8.35

9.15

9.20

6.28

6.78

5.30

11.83

3.45

17.38

17.80


2.30 8.45 3.40 3.03 Dr. M. J. Barber, Vero.

1.35 9.70 4.40 3.55 E. N. Webb & Sons, Miami.

2.15 11.30 4.93 3.05 S. J. T. Seegar, Ocoee.

1.75 10.95 1.95 1.96 S. J. T. Seegar, Ocoee.

1.87 8.15 4.15 2.18 F. E. Hathaway, Orlando.

0.12 6.90 5.05 0.89 K. S. Parrish, Parrish.

4.00 9.30 5.87 3.78 W. N. Seegar, Ocoee.

0.57 12.40 3.95 4.11 W. L. Story, Winter Garden.

6.85 10.30 9.07 ..... L. W. Tilden, Winter Garden.

0.22 17.60 .........L. W. Tilden, Winter Garden.

4.65 12.451 4.601 1.551P. C. Parrish, Bowling Green.









Fertilizer ..................... 4891 6.28

Mixed Fertilizer .... .......... 4892 7.90

Fertilizer ................. 4893 6.83

Fertilizer .................. 4894 11.95

Cotton Seed Meal.............. 4895 .....

Acid Phosphate ............... 4896 .....

Fertilizer ..................... 4897 8.82

16% Phosphate ............ 4898 ....

Fertilizer .................... 4899 . .

Cotton Seed Meal.............. 4900 ....

Sulphate of Potash............. 4901 .....

Fertilizer No. 1.............. 4902 9.87

Fertilizer No. 2................ 14903 7.47

Fertilizer No. 3................ 4904 15.37

Fertilizer .....................4905 9.67


9.35

7.95

15.78

7.35



17.05

5.13

16.60

18.50


4.10 7.35

5.40 8.65

9.93 0.42

12.50 1.50


9.60 4.55

15.25 4.90


16.00

12.30



17.351

8.25

16.80

20.10


3.80

8.05


1.09 R. A. Tillis, Hawthorn.

.. ...L. H. Toussaint, Rio.


1.83

2.26


3.98 3.20


11.451 9.651

13.05 6.80

10.35 4.25

14.00 0.50


Wiley Adams, Laurel Hill.

G. L. Comer, Oak Hill.

W. W. Stott, Bonifay.

W. W. Stott, Bonifay.

T. C. Aldrich, Florida City.

W. J. Singletary, Grand Ridge.

L. S. Gregory, Greensboro.

G. R. Stewart, Milton..

Paul M. Keely, Sanford.


..... L. W. Tilden, Oakland.

..... C. H. Tilden, Oakland.

0.66 S. J. Sligh, Orlando.

9.621Ponce de Leon Groves, Viking.


I


,









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1919-Continued

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. S F OR WHOM SENT.
II i0 .

__ .li 0
...........................h Sot LaeAokCtu rw


Fertilizze ..................... 4906


Fertilizer .................. .4907

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4908

Fertilizer .... . . . . . . . .. ... 4909


Fertilizer No. 1 ................ 4910

Fertilizer No. 2............. .4911

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4912

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4913

Nitrate of Soda................ 4914


j 8.23]


3.88


5.70


7.70


7.00

7.30

6.73

1 3.48


9.001 6.85


.. . .. . . 1.. 17.15


..... The South Lake Apopka Citrus Grow-
ers' Association, Winter Garden.

..... L. W. Tilden, Winter Garden.

5.52 Edwin Binney, Viking.

1.09 Standard Growers Exchange, Fort
Myers.

3.931L. M. Larsen, Piedmont.

4.23 Gerst Jackson, Piedmont.

3.43 C. J. Meriwether, Sanford.

4.50 Mahoney & Son, Sanford.

.... G. F. Smith, Sanford.








1......... 4915110.47

2.......... 14916 12.40

3.......... 49171 9.4Z

4.......... 4918 10.13

5.......... 4919 8.38


0.601 6.05

1.701 9.60

1.051 7.15

2.00 10.45

1.67 15.82


Cotton Seed Meal.............. 4920 .. ..... .. ... ....


Fertilizer .................... 4921

Fertilizer ................... 4922

Dried Bone ................... 4923

Nitrate of Soda................ 4924

Nitrate of Soda............... 4925

Steamed Bone ................. 4926

Tankage ......................14927

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4928

Mixed Fertilizer .... ......... 4929

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4930


12.90

11.52



4.00 .

4.02

4.40

11.72

8.571

10.48

11.78


17.50 23.05

8.15,12.95

6.10115.00

1.80 7.00

0.771 6.35


Mixed Fertilizer

Mixed Fertilizer

Mixed Fertilizer

Mixed Fertilizer

Mixed Fertilizer


6.15 3.60

6.17 0.85

4.00 2.82

5.52 0.86

3.35 0.28

7.45 .....

4.57 .....

3.62 .....

17.45 .....

16.70 .

17.29 .....

4.80 .....

6.75 .....

4.75 2.43

5.65 3.07

5.30 1.24


0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

0. P. Swope Land Co., Sanford.

W. J. Singletary, Grand Ridge.

A. L. Hearn, Homestead.

J. A. Scarlett, DeLand.

G. F. Smith, Sanford.

W. P. Stone, Sanford.

M. M. Stewart, Sanford.

|J. W. Osteen, Sanford.

A. H. Moses, Sanford.

A. H. Moses, Sanford.

Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

Henry Witte, Sanford.










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Mixed Fertilizer ...............


Fertilizer

Fertilizer

Fertilizer

Fertilizer

Fertilizer

Fertilizer

Fertilizer

Fertilizer


Fertilizer (No. 7) .............


)horic Acid




0
I I


----1-----
Phosi



2a
n7 a -
I .

14931 6.05 7.53

14932 9.55 7.65

4933 9.68 5.85

4934 13.07 9.66

4935 13.00 9.47

4936 13.25 9.05

4937113.00 9.22

4938 13.131 9.41

4939 13.151 9.10

4940 13..23 9.091


FOR WHpM SENT.


0.681G. C. Chamberlain, Sanford.


Standard

Standard

Manatee

Manatee

Manatee


3.02 Manatee

2.93 Manatee

2..85 Manatee

3.071 Manatee


Growers' Exchange, Arcadia.

Growers' Exchange, Arcadia.

Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Fruit Co., Palmetto.


Fruit

Fruit

Fruit


Co., Palmetto.

Co., Palmetto.

Co., Palmetto.


0.87 8.40 4.57

2.00 9.65 4.95

1.95 7.80 4.08

1.66 11.32 4.51

1.79 11.26 4.63

2.55 11.60 4.52

2..55 11.77 3.94

2.2 111.67 4.54?

2.341.44 4.61?

2.26111.351 4.-571


Fruit Co., Palmetto.


L


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

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









Fertilizer (No. 8) ............. 4941 12.78 9.38 1.76 11.14 4.63 2.90

Fertilizer (No. 9) ............. 4942 13.01 9.7Q 1.64 1.341 4.56 2.99

Fertilizer (No. 1) ............. 4943 8.60 7.58 4.07 11.65 3.98 1.08

Fertilizer (No. 2) (Tankage).. 4944 12.20 4..50 8.85 13.35 6.601.....

Fertilizer ..................... 494511.42 8.43 0.67 9.10 4.25 2.75

Fertilizer ..................... 4946 6.80 10.40 3.20 13.60 2.23 5.80

Fertilizer ..................... 494713.53 6.03 3.421 9.45 5.15 0.89

Fertilizer (No. 2) ............. 4948 8..78 5.901 0.25 6.15 4.521 3.02

Fertilizer ..................... 4949 9.20 7.30 1.90 9.20 4.65 1..33

Fertilizer ..................... 4950112.231 4.501 8.30112.801 6.30 .....

Fertilizer ................... ..4951112.971 6.451 2.901 9.35 4.021 3.42

Fertilizer ...................... 4952111.77 4.35 3.90 8.251 3.95 4.15

Fertilizer (No. 10) ............ 14953113.90 9.42] 1.7811.20 4.28 3.23

Fertilizer( No. 11) ............ 4954 11.57 9.241 1.74 10.981 4.49 3..21

(No. 498) Cotton Seed Meal... 4955 ..... .......... .. 7.25 ...

Fertilizer ..................... 4956 9.60 7..031 3.12 10.151 4.90 0.52


Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

L. Wichtendahl, Got-ia.

J. H. Sadler, Oakland.

R. H. Langford, Arcadia.

Mrs. I. M. Starke, Beresford.

S. J. T. Seegar, Ocoee.

|b. J. T. Seegar, Ocoee.

Dozier & McElroy, Orlando.

L. Wichtendahl, Orlando.

J. H. Sadler, Oakland.

W. J. Richard, Lake Hamilton.

Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Graham & Shriver, Ft. Myers.

Harry R. Day, Grand Island.










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Fertilizer ................... 4957

Fertilizer ..................... 4958

Fertilizer ...................... 4959

Fertilizer (No. 2) ............. 4960

Sample (No. 3) ................ 4961

Fertilizer ..................... 4962

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4963

Fertilizer (No. 6) ............ 4984

Cottonseed Meal .............. 4965

Potash (Sample No. 4) ........ 4966


0
.


8.251

10.07

7.80

9.02

12.27

19.13

6.83

12..40j


Phosphoric Acid.



Cd
N 0
& 3
E-1 *


5.95 1.25 7.20

5.08 3.97 9..05

9.85 7.45 17.30

4.95 3.35 8.30

6.70 0.60 7.301

5.20 3.30 8.50

4.10 5.40 9.50

5.50 2.20 7.701

S ..... .... .... I
..... ]..... ..... I


FOR WHOM SENT.


4.10 3.16 W. J. J. Whidden, Bart

3.55 4.80 Stand. Growers' Exchang

4.60 0.29 *J. L. Dillard, Winter

2.37 2.78 Conrad Menge, Estero.

4.30 4.85 A. L. White, Ft. Myers.

4.53 4.25 Hill Crest Grove Co.. St.

6.00f 0.711 M. E. Card, Ft. Pierce

4..951 2.691 S. C. Kelly, Ft. Myers.

7.021 ..... Graham & Shriver, Ft. 1

.....136.201 A. L. White, Ft. Myers.


ow.

;e, Orlando.

Garden.





Leo.





Iyers.


i-'







Ground Dried Blood ...........|4967 ..... ...:.I......... 110.80 ..... G. F. Smith, Sanford.
Ashes .........................496 . ....... .... ..... ..... 5.53 0. P. Swo e Land Co., San
Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4969 16.65 1.15 0.10 '..25 7.93J 1.40 R.. F. Symes, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4970 9.72 8.05 0.25 8.30 4.88 0.58 0. C. Bryant, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer ...............4971110.17 7.88 0.22 8.10 2.65 2.05 J. J. Bolly, Sanfcrd.
Mixed Fertilizer (No. 1) ...... 4972 10.98 8.05 0.90 8.95 4.60 4.02 T. F. Adams, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer (No. 2)...... 4973 5.28 6.40 0.15 6.55 3.35 2.351 T. F. Adams, Sanford.
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Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4974 8.65 4.95 4.75 970 4.33 2.80 G. C. Chamberlin, Sanford
Mixed Fertilizer (No. 1) ...... 49751 8.371 6.351 0.551 6.90 3..65 2.33 J. D. Hood, Sanford.
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Mixed Fertilizer (No. 2) ....... 4976110.85 8.20 1.101 9.301 4.53| 4.35 J. D. Hood, Sanford.
Nitrate of Soda (No. 3) ....... 49771 3.83 ..... .....[..... .17.081..... J. D. Hood, Sanford.
Tankage .................... 4978111.321 2.451 3.451 5.901 8.81 ..... C. G. Bell, Sanford.
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Tankage (No. 1) ............. 4979] 6.22 3.60 6.30' 9.90 9.15 ..... Joseph Cameron, Sanford.
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Mixed Fertilizer (No. 2) ...... 49801 9.031 6.851 2.151 9.001 4.131 2.931 Joseph Cameron, Sanford.
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Mixed Fertilizer (No. 3) ...... 4981[ 9.63 5.23 2.571 7..801 4.451 4.691 Joseph Cameron, Sanford.
SM ( 4 4982
Cottonseed Meal (No. 4) .......4982..... ..... .....i..... 8.451 .....I Joseph Cameron, Sanford.


ford.








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SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.
O
NAME, OR BRAND. 2 FOR WHOM SENT.
O^ s


---- I_--_i .i.i .1..... ..


Mixed Fertilizer ............... 4983 9.651

Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4984 17.80

Mixed Fertilizer (No. 1i ...... 4985 10..-2

Blood and Bone (No. 2) ...... 4986 12.37

Blood and Bone ............... 4987 17.88

nloid and Bone (No. 1) ...... 49881 6.891

Mixed Fertilizer (No. 2) ...... 49891 9.401

Mixed Fertilizer (No. 1) ...... 4990111.31

Mixed Fertilizer (No. 2) ...... 4991112.361
SI
Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4992 11.02


6.93

5.90

8.80

2..80

2.80

3.45

5.051

7.451

6.571

6.301


0.371 7.30

2.451 8.351

0.251 9.051

6.401 9.201

6.30) 9.101

6.95'10.40

2.251 7.301

1.40' 8.851

3.03] 9.601

1.10' 7.401


3.951


1.84 Jonn uolly, Sanford.

3.211 F. N. Esteridge, Sanford.

..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

...... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

.....L. B. Mann, Sanford.

..... Mahoney & Son, Sanford.

5.29 Mahoney & Son, Sanford.

0.45 0. C. Bryant, Sanford.

0..81 0. C. Bryant, Sanford.

3.10 W. J. Thigpen, Sanford.








Pulverized Steamed Bone ...... 4993 5.531i 8.50116.901 '5.401 3.50 ..... R. J. Shimmons, Sanford.
1 I I 1
Dried Blood .................. 4994 ..... .......... ...... 16.50 ..... R. J. Shimmons, Sanford.
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Mixed Fertilizer (No. 3) ...... 4995 18.16 5.68 3.72 9.401 5.251 1.611 H. J. Shimmons, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer .............. 4996 6.25 8.55 0..95 9.50 3.70 2.45 F. M. Cameron, Sanford.
Cottonseed Meal (No. 9) ...... 4997 ............... 7.10 ..... Gene Shannahan, Ft. Myers.
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Fertilizer ..................... 4998 12.75 10.90 2.00,.2..90 4.90 0.64 S. S. Coachman, Largo.
Fertilizer ..................... 4999 12.37 4.90 3.55 8.45 4.43 4.66 Hill Crest Groves Co., St. Leo.
Uncut Tobacco Stems ...........|5000121.40 ..... ..... ..... 2.58 7.29 J. M. Evans, Sanford.
Fertilizer ..................... 5001114.68 7.25 2.551 9.80 4.63 2.40 R. Jenny, Ft. Myers.
Fertilizer ..................... 5002 12.08 8.30 7.50115.80 4.40 2.25 Buckeye Lime Growers' Association
Homestead.
Blood and Bone No. 1 ....... .5003 8.40 5.60 10.40110.00 6.87 ..... G. W. Spencer, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer (No. 2) ........5004 9.62 5.95 3.65 9.60 5..60 5.11 G. W. Spencer, Sanford.
Nitrate of Soda (No. 3) .......|5005 3.44 ..... .... .....19.12 ..... G. W. Spencer, Sanford.
Castor Pomace (No. 4) ....... 5006 .....1 ..... ... ..... 8.30 ..... G. W. Spencer, Sanford.
2.4 G I
Goat Manure. (No. 5) ......... 5007 19.68 0.70 0.051 0.75 1.85 2.84 G. W. Spencer, Sanford.
Ashes (No. 6) ................ 5008 10.431 .......... .. ..... 2.28 G. W Spencer, Sanford.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.
O
NAME, OR BRAND. o FOR WHOM SENT.

0 0 -S
,3 g *o 5 E -4


Cottonseed Meal ...............

Cottonseed Meal ..............

"Flumafo" .......... .........

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

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

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

Fertilizer (Ground Phosphate).

Pigeon Manure ...............

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

Angora Goat Manure..........


5009 .... .

5010 .....

501112.37

5012 9.90

50131 8.371

5014 11.27!
I
5015 ... .

5016 18.611

5017 13.131

5018115.751


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

6.90 0.10 7.00

5.55 2.651 8.20

6.95 2.35! 9.30

6.731 2.17j 8.90

.... .. .. . 121.00

1.251 0.04 1.29

7.35 0.90 8..2

0.45 0.05 0.50


2.73

2.80

3.10


1.17

1.74

0.97


Rudolf Jenny, Ft. Myers.

L. Santina, Ft. Myers.

Henry Nickel, Sanford.

Fulton & Stone, Ft. Myers.

J. W. Pixton, Ft. Myers.

H. L. Abell, Ft. Myers.

H. A. Pace, Orlando.

C. M. Berry, Sanford.

Sherwood & Baum, Ft. Myers.

Fred S. Gray, Callahan.








Fertilizer ...... ............... .5019110.95) 6.101 2.401 8.501

Complete Fertilizer .......... 15020110.82] 8.181 2.57]10.751
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Mixed Fertilizer ...............15021114.371 5.351 3.301 8.651

Mixed Fertilizer ...............15022113.831 5.101 3.801 9.501

Castor Pomace ................. 15023 1 9.181 ..... .. ..... 2.101

Castor Pomace ................. 150241 9.851 ..... ....I. 2.201

Cotton Seed Meal No. 2......... 150251 8.75 ..... ..... 2.801

Blood and Bone ................150261 7.021 6.70 9.50116.201

A shes N o. 1 .................... 5027111.221 ..... .... I ....j.
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Ashes N o. 1 .................... 502811 .131..... ..... .....

Sheep Manure No. 3 ............ 15029111.281 1.121 0.081 1.201

Ashes No. 1 ................... 150301 9.50 ..... ..... ..... .

K ainit No. 4 ................... 150311 2.63 ..... ..... .....]

Castor Pomace No. 2 ........... ]50321 9.501..... ........ .
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Mixed Fertilizer ................ j503314.151 4.10| 3.101 7.201

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 .......... 5034112.161 3.881 3.421 7.301


5.351 1.741 C. E. Bronson, Ft. Myers.
I I
4.651 3.901 DeSoto Fruit Co., Nocatee.
4.251 3.241 0. J. Pope, Sanford.

4.521 3.131 J B. Little, Sanford.

7.351 0.721 J. B. Little, Sanford.

6.931 0.541 J. D. Hood, Sanford..

7.85| 1.901 I. E. Esteridge, Sanford
6.671..... Charles Dunn, Sanford.

.... 2.641 J. D. Hood, Sanford.

..... 2.491 I. E. Esteridge, Sanford.

2.451 2.84j I. E Esteridge, Sanford.

..... 2.48( C. J. Meriwether, Sanford

....114.151 C. J. Meriwether, Sanford
I I
6'.30 .... |-C. J. Meriwether, Sanford.

5.45| 5.181 C. J.. Meriwether, Sanford.

4.10| 6.77[ A. R. Meriwether, Sanford.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. FOR WHOM SENT.

,sz *s a
0:3 W 0 __E_____________

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2 .......... 15035112.771 3.851 3.151 7.00 5.25T 5.551 A. R. Meriwether, Sanford.

Tankage No. 1 ................150361 5.581 4.6011.20115.801 6.901..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

Ground Bone No. 2 ............ 50371 6.081 5.20117.70122.901 4.801..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........15038114.551 4.251 3.001 7.251 5.301 5.291 R. O Meriwether, Sanford.

Pulverized Tobacco Stems No. 2.150391 7.881.... ....... .. 2.651 6.831 R. O. Meriwether, Sanford.

Castor Pomace No. 2 ............50401..... ..... ....... .. 1 6.751...... W. A. Raynor, Sanford.
Tankage No. 1 .................|5041112.301 4.171 1.031 5.20110.401..... W. A. Raynor, Sanford.

Blood and Bone No. 1 .........150421 5.971 6.20111.50117.701 6.881.....I L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

Raw Bone Meal No. 2 .......... 50431 6.421 7.10116.70123.801 5.241..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

Tankage No. 1 ................ 50441 9.581 4.751 8.65113.40[ 7.57[..... R. H. Muirhead, Sanford.








Raw Bone No. 2 .............. 150451 5.481 5.25117.70122.951 5.07 .....

Tankage (Blood and Bone) No. 115046115.401 4.001 8.05112.051 7.601.....

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2 .......... 5047113.051 6.951 3.05110.00| 4.32, 3.04[

Mixed Fertilizer ...............15048112.67] 7.821 2.68110.501 5.20i 5.04[
i 1 1 I I I
Mixed Fertilizer ...............|50491 8.771 5.50 1.701 7.20] 4.301 2.641

Fertilizer ....................... 5050113.331 5.331 3.071 8.40! 3.621 8.361
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Cotton Seed Meal .............. 50511.9.581.... ...... .... 7.65 .....

Ashes No. 2 ................... 150521 8.701.... .... ............ 3.391
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Castor Poilace No. 1 ...........15053111.30 ..... ..... .. .. .6.78.....

Ashes No. 1 ................... 150541 8.10 ..... ..... ..... ..... 2.251

Castor Pomace No. 2 ........... 5055110.82 ..... ..... ..... 7.131 ....
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Ground Tobacco Dust No. 1 .... 5056114.73 ..... .....i..... 2.681 7.441

Pulverized Tobacco Stems No. 3.150571 9.481..... ..... ..... 2.70! 7.431
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Mixed Fertilizer No. 2 .........15058112.701 4.551 2.75! 7.30! 5.781 5.39|
i 1 1 I I 1
Mixed Fertilizer No. 3 Special.. .5059111.27| 4.751 2.951 7.70! 6.251 4.75!

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1........... 15069113.62| 4.001 2.901 6.901 4.80! 5.721


R. H. Muirhead, Sanford.

E. L. Brown, Sanford.

E. L. Brown, Sanford.

J. D. Hood, Sanford.

J. M. Brown, Sanford.

Ponce de Leon Groves, Indrio.

C. J. Bell, Sanford.

Ed. Cameron, Sanford.

J. E. Pace, Sanford.

Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

B. E. Squires] Sanford.

D. V. Warren, Sanford.

C. Bell, Sanford.

D. V. warren, Sanford.

D. V. Warren, Sanford.

Joe Fernandez, Sanford.








SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. FOR WHOM SENT.


I I I1 I I I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 2 .......... 5061115.481 5.951 1.601 7.55| 3.901 3.40[ Joe Fernandez, Sanford.
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Mixed Fertilizer No. 3 ..........)5062113 781 6.651 3.40110.051 5.021 2.461 Joseph Cameron, Sanford.
I I Fertilizer No. 2 ......... I I I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 2 .......... 15063113.751 4.951 0.95[ 5.901 4.901 4.701 J. F. McClelland, Sanford.
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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
g R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1919. FRANK T. WILSON, Asst. Chemist
Samples Taken by Inspectors Under Sections 1 and 2, Act Approved May 22, 1905.
SPhosphoric Acid.
S'a BY WHOM AND
NAME, OR BRAND. WHERE
0 MANUFACTURED.
'Phs-ho-z. .e _g t> a
E-1 od1 p.4
Phos-Pho-Germ ............... ..2558Guaranteedl No Guarantee Tag. No Inspection Stamp.
Illegal Found..... 16.45| 0.65 13.05 13.701 1.551 0.191 Nitro Phospho Corpora-
1( | [ I I tion, Ocala, Fla. e
Seized 9 Packages, February 25, 1919, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Sections 3, 5 and 6, Fertilizer Law.
Phos-Pho-Germ ............... .2559JGuaranteed No Guarantee Tag. No Inspection Stamp.
Illegal. Found..... 9.901 0.75113.10113.851 1.331 0.231 Nitro- Phospho Corpora-
SI I I I I I tion, Ocala, Fla.
Seized 14 Packages, Feb. 26 and 28, 1919, Ft. Lauderdale and White City, Fla. Secs. 3, 5 & 6, Fertilizer Law.
Phos-Pho-Germ ............... 2560 Guaranteed No Guarantee Tag. No Inspection Stamp.
Illegal Found..... 17.681 0.70'13.60 14.301 1.15 0.161 Nitro- Phospho Corpora-
1 l I I tion, Ocala, Fla.
Seized 35 Packages, March 6, 1919, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sections 3, 5 and 6, Fertilizer Law.
Phos-Pho-Germ .............. 2561 Guaranteedl No Guarantee Tag. No Inspection Stamp.
Illegal Found ..... 17:681 0.70113.60114.301 1.15| 0.161 Nitro-Phospho Corpora-
S[ I I I I tion, Ocala, Fla.
Seized 87 Packages, March 5 and 6, 1919, Oneco, Bradentown and Manatee, Fla. Sections 3, 5 and 6, Fer-
tilizer Law. 1 | 1 r 1 I 1 I
Illegal, not registered, no guarantee tag, no stamp.










DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1919, E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved May 24, 1905.


BY WHOM SENT.
NAME, OR BRAND. BY W
0 oI .s
z .
w~ N.


Egg Substitute .................... 4681 ......

Check Meal, January ............. 14691 ......

Egg Substitute ..................... 470 ......

Egg Flour ........................ 471 ..

Egg W hite ........................ 4721 .....

W hole Egg .......................1 473 ......

Egg W hite ........................ 474 .....

Egg Yolk ......................... 475 ....

Check M eal ....................... 476 .. ..

Stock Feed ....................... 477 9.32


11.671 70.09

45.63 ....

18.431 62.92

43.44 2.57

40.54 44.84

39.31 5.90

37.47 47.04

38.261 6.15

39.65 ......

8.78! 64.331


3.75| 3.72i State Laboratory, TallanasseJ

8.60 ...... F. N. Smalley, Savannah, Ga.

...... 9.70 State Laboratory, Tallahasse

41.17 5.87 State Laboratory, Tallahasse(

...... 2.47 State Laboratory, Tallahasse

43.521 4.77 State Laboratory, Tallahasse

...... -2.62 State Laboratory, Tallahassei

45.75 4.32 State Laboratory, Tallahasse

10.581 .... N. Smalley, Savannah, Ga.

2.951 2.77 E. Peck Greene, Tallahassee.


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Cotton Seed Meal ..................1 4781...... 3f.230 ................. Embry Tobacco Co., Quincy.

Check Meal, June .................i 479 ...... 43.001...... 8.671 ...... F. N. Smalley, Savannah,. Ga.

Avocado Pear ..................... 480 1.62 1.97 3.40 18.521 1.17 State Laboratory, Tallahassee.

Check Meal No. 32 ................. 481 ...... 45.83 ...... 8.25 ...... F. N. Smalley, Savannah, Ga.

Check Meal No. 36 ................ 482 ...... 40.84 ...... 7.921...... F. N. Smalley, Savannah, Ga.

Check Meal No. 40 ................. 483 ...... 44.80...... 8.00 ...... F. N. Smalley, Savannah, Ga.

Check Meal No. 41 ................. 484...... 43.52 ...... 7.82 ...... F. N. Smalley, Savannah, Ga.

Egg Substitute ..................... 485 ...... 16.50' 62.61 ...... 9.32 State Laboratory, Tallahassee.

Egg Substitute ....................1 486 .... 12.10' 60.28 2.60 2.97 State Laboratory,' Tallahassee.
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Egg Substitute ..................... 487...... 16.501 48.411 23.87 2.05 State Laboratory, Tallahassee.

Egg Substitute .................... .488 ...... 9.01 77.62 ...... 1.451 State Laboratory, Tallahassee.

Egg Substitute .................... ,489 ...... 12.36 66.79 2.85 5.30 State Laboratory, Tallahassee.
Wheat Shorts ..................... 490 7.45 17.72 53.441 4.851 6.17 John M. Scott, Gainesville.

Feeding Stuff ..................... 491 12.32 35.02 32.72 5.32 5.65J. H. Hughes, Orlando.

Cotton Seed Meal.................. 492 ...... 20.34 ..... ............. A. D. Anderson, Compass Lake.










SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANAL.3ES, 1919-Continued.


BY WHOM SENT.


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0 W-: .


Cotton Seed Meal .................. 493 ......

Cotton Seed Meal................. 494 ..

Feeding Stuff No. 1................ 495 11.20

Feeding Stuff No. 2................ 496 10.85

Peanut Feed ...................... 497 23.15

Cotton Seed Meal No. 5............. 498 ......

Florida Mule Feed ................. 499 11.34

O-U Mule Feed ................... 5001 12.001


4.I


NAME, OR BRAND


33.73 ...... ............ G. E. Kemp, Havana

34.76 ...... ............. W. J. Singletary, Grand Ridge.

13.82 56.23 3.05 4.85 E. P. Greene, Tallahassee.

13.60 57.68 2.95 4.02 E. P. Greene, Tallahassee.

29.92 20.59 14.52 4.701W. W. Hampton, Gainesville.

37.35 ............ ...... Graham & Shriver, Fort Myers.

6.72 52.33, 1.61 11.361 A. S. Baker, Jacksonville.

6.951 52.421 1.60) 11.261 A. S. Baker, Jacksonville.


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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1919. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist and State Inspectors Under Sections 1, 2 and 13, Act Approved May 24, 1906.
Deficiencies Greater than 0.20% are Distinguished by Black Face Type.


NAME, OR BRAND. -
*z *d s^
S I I

Dried Beet Pulp............... 2845 Guaranteed
Found.....

Southern Scratch Feed ........ 2846 Guaranteed


Hog and Cattle Feed .......... 28471Guaranteed
I Found.....
I I
Rice Bran ....................12848 Guaranteed!
Found.....

Premium Dairy Feed .......... 2849|Guaranteedi
SFound.....

Larro-Feed .................... 2850GuaranteedW
S Found.....


20.00
20.57

4.00
3.771

8.00o
5.071

12.00o
9.971

15.00
15.10

14.001
11.001


a4
I-
o


8.00!
9.741

11.00
11.41

12.00!
12.18

11.50
13.60

26.50!
26.001

20.00
20.18


58.00
55.80

65.00
65.36

60.00!
62.861

42.00
45.73

45.00!
36.601

50.00
47.30


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.



0.501...... Northern Sugar Corp., Ma
0.52 3.20 son City, Iowa.

3.60 ...... J. T. Gibbons, New Or-
2.52 4.571 leans, La.

3.00 ...... Peerless. Milling and Feed
1.72! 3.901 Co., Cairo, Ill.

8.50 ...... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
9.201 10.65 La.

6.00 ...... Monarch Mills, Chatta-
6.77 5.60 nooga, Tenn.

3.00 ...... The Larrowe Milling Co.,
5.271 5.551 Detroit, Mich.








Rabbit Mule Feed ............. 2851[Guaranteed ...... ..... ....... ........ M. C. Peters Milling Co.,
Found..... 13.50 11.71 49.27 1.73 7.47 Omaha, Neb.
Florida Peanut Feed .......... 2852[Guaranteed 26.00[ 33.50 22.50 6.00 ...]Florida Peanut Oil Co., Ma-
IFound..... 24.40 34.96 23.35 7.12 3.22 lone, Fla.-
Rice Bran .................... 28533Guaranteed 10.00 12.50 40.00 11.50 T .... The Adler Export Co., New
I Found..... 14.95 13.25 42.24 10.32 10.92 Orleans, La.
Victor Feed .................. 2854 Guaranteed 12.001 8.00 62.00 3.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
S Found..... 9.90j 9.13 62.96 2.37 6.07 cago, Ill.
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Second Class Cotton Seed Meal. 2855 Guaranteed ......1 36.00 ...... ...... ...... Florida Cotton Oil Co.,
Found..... 11.40| 37.60 28.98 8.90 5.271 Jacksonville, Fla.
Stampede Molasses Feed ..... 2856 Guaranteed 16.001 9.00 55.00 1.501...... National Milling Co., Macon,
Found..... 10.98i 9.18 57.54 2.04[ 6.79 Ga.
Superior Oat Ration No. 2 ... .2857 Guaranteed 12.001 10.00 50.00 2.501...... The Superior Feed Co.,
S Found..... 14.40' 10.26 53.03 2.37[ 6.49 Memphis, Tenn.

Happy Cow Feed .............. 2858 Guaranteed 16.50] 17.00 50.00 2.50 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
S Found..... 11.31] 16.24 49.74 2.381 6.71 Tenn.

Bay Mule Molasses Feed ......2859 Guaranteed 14.001 8.50 49.00 1.50...... Milam-Morgan Co., New
Found..... 18.321 7.95 53.80 1.81 5.091 Orleans, La.
Oat Cc. Horse and Mule Feed. 2860Guaranteed 16.00 9.00 50.00 1.50...... John -Wade & Sons, Mem-
] Found..... 11.851 11.50 57.40 3.92 4.99 phis, Tenn.
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OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1919.-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


.0)0o -
o- 0
"" P S'0 k .l NAME AND ADDRESS OF
.cOa 44 0 MANUFACTURER.
C k A
rZ;^ s .|


Valdo Pig Feed ................ 2861 Guaranteed 15.001 15.00
Found..... 10.97; 15.80

Oatrashun Stock Feed......... 2862 Guaranteed 12.00 9.00
Found..... 13.14 12.12

Big Value Horse and Mule Feed. 2863 Guaranteed 20.00 9.00
Found..... 13.65 10.84

Ambrosia Horse and Mule Feed2864 Guaranteed 13.501 9.001
Found...... 9.87 9.87

Marco Horse and Mule Feed... 2865Guaranteed 10.00! 10.00
S Found..... 8.85 10.72

Crown Horse Feed ............ 2866 Guaranteed 12.001 9.00
Found..... 8.881 9.98

Chisca Stock Sweet Feed...... 2867 Guaranteed 20.00 9.00
Found..... 21.53' 10.54

Daisy Dairy Feed .............. 2868 Guaranteedl 12.50! 13.251
Found..... 12.671 7.90j


45.00
53.78

59.00
53.80

50.00
54.97

55.00
59.26

57.00
61.95

59.00
57.39

50.00
48.72

65.001
54.32[


5.00 ......I South Georgia Milling Co.,
4.15 4.651 Valdosta, Ga.

2.00 ...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
3.70 6.531 phis, Tenn.

1.50 ...... John Wade & 'ons, Mem-
2.68 6.04 phis, Tenn.

2.00 ...... Alfocorn Milling Co., East
2.52 5.57j St. Louis, ill.

2.75...... Marco Mills, Pine Bluff,
2.471 5.39 Ark.

2.001...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
2.901 7.04 phis, Tenn.

1.75 ...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co..
1.09 5.54 Memphis, Tenn.

3.50 ...... Sutherland Flour Mills Co.,
0.991 7.44 Cairo, Ill.








Purina-O Molene Feed ........ 2869 Guaranteed] 8.001 9.70 61.00
Found..... 6.291 10.20 61.381

Velvet Bean Feed Meal........ 2870 Guaranteed 14.00' 17.50 50.00
Found..... 12.02 17.94 49.231

Wheat Bran with Screenings.. 2871 Guaranteedl 11.00 15.00 55.00
Found..... 9.951 15.62 .52.41

Premium XXXX Stock Feed .. 2872 Guaranteed 15.00' 9.00 55.00
IFound, .... 18.45 9.92 50.95

Velvet Bean and Pod Feed.....2873 Guaranteed] 15.001 16.50 50.00
Found..... 12.75 19.00 46.031

Rice Bran .................... 2874 Guaranteed 12.001 13.00 40.00
Found..... 9.92] 13.47 42.971

Rice Bran .................. 2875 Guaranteed 10.00 12.50 45.00
Found..... 7.971 13.04 47.64

Scoco 33% Protein Peanut Feed 2876 Guaranteed] 22.001 33.001 26.00
Found ..... 29.45' 29.221 21.171

Gilt Edge Cotton Seed Feed... 2877 Guaranteed 14.001 36.001 30.001
Found..... 9.62 34.701 35.311
1 1 1 I 1
Wheat Middlings with Screen-12878 Guaranteed] 6.50' 17.00] 55.001
ings ........................ F I ound..... 4.601 18.87] 55.561


3.201...... Purina Mills, St. Louis
3.36) 5.29 Mo.

4.00 ...... Hand & Co., Geneva, Ala.
4.72 3.97]

3.00 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co.
3.35 7.07 St. Louis, Mo.

2.00 ...... Sutherland Flour Mills Co.,
2.82 6.301 Cairo, Ill.

4.00 ...... Alabama Black Belt Co..
3.17 6.40 Montgomery, Ala.

10.00 ...... Benedict Commission Co.,
12.72] 11.27 New Orleans, La.

11.50 ...... Hoskins Trading Co., New
13.701 10.101 Orleans, La.

7.00 ...... The Southern Cotton Oil
5.57 3.92 Pensacola, Fla.

6.00 ...... Empire Cotton Oil Co., At-
5.22 6.20] lanta, Ia.

4.00 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co.,
3.851 5.10] St. Louis, Mo.










OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSIS, 1919.-Continued.



NAME, OR BRAND | 4| I C1 NAME AND ADDRESS OF
on = ; = MANUFACTURER.

g;


I I I
Blish's Bull's Eye Mixed Feed.. 2879'Guaranteedj
S Found.....

Wheat Middlings with Screen-2880 Guaranteed
ings ........................ Found.....

Pure Wheat Bran ............. 2881 Guaranteed
|Found.....

Wheat Mixed Feed ........... 2882 Guaranteed
IFound.....
I II
Pure Wheat Shorts............ 2883 Guaranteedl
SFound ....

Just Chicken Gumbo.......... 2884 Guaranteed
Found.....

Scoco 33% Protein Peanut Feed 2885 Guaranteed
I Found.....


9.10
6.92

6.50
6.27

9.44
8.85!

8.00!
7.701

6.00
5.70

9.00
7.97

22.00!
20.271


I.
16.00 .....
16.67 53.91

17.00 55.001
18.65 54.78

15.54 56.081
15.141 52.15
1
14.501 55.00!
17.291 51.091

17.10 52.20
17.24 55.25

19.001 50.00
22.82 46.84

33.001 26.00
34.45 24.16


4.40 ..... Blish Milling Co., Seymour,
4.60 6.70 Ind.

4.00..... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co.,
4.55 4.85 St. Louis, Mo.

4.03 ...... Home Mill and Grain Co.,
3.52 8.62 Mt. Vernon, Ind.

4.00 ...... Standard-Tilton Milling Co.,
4.42 7.251 St. Louis, Mo.

5.10 ...... Home Mill & Grain Co., Mt.
4.50 5.90 Vernon, Ind.

4.001...... Just Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
3.60 6.87

7.00 ...... The Southern Cotton Oil
7.12 3.90 Co., Pensaccla, Fla.










Wheat Shorts and Screenings.. 12886 Guaranteed
Found.....

Premium Dairy Feed.......... 2887 Guaranteed
S Found.....

Black Jack Horse and Mule 2888 Guaranteed
Feed ....................... Found.....

Mascot Horse and Mule Feed.. 2889 Guaranteed
I IFound.....

Eureka Sweet Feed........... 2890 Guaranteed
Found.....

Krak-a-Jack Horse Feed....... 2891 Guaranteed
Found.....

Manna Sweet Feed............ 2892 Guaranteed
Found.....

Big Ben Horse and Mule Feed. 2893 Guaranteed
Found.....

Peters' "Rabbit" Mule Feed.... 2894 Guaranteed
I Found.....

Tip Top Molasses Feed........ 2895 Guaranteed
S Found.....


8.00
6.00

15.00
18.15
1
20.001
17.131

18.00
13.20

15.00
15.59

15.00
15.07

12.00
11.29

12.00
11.17

18.00
14.671

16.00o
11.70


14.50 52.00
17.72 55.06

26.00 45.00
21.59 38.62

9.00 50.00
7.05 54.58

9.00 50.00
10.66 51.99

9.00 50.00
11.59 49.67

10.001 55.001
10.27 49.52

9.00 55.00
11.21 53.84

9.00 -55.00
11.84 54.60

10.00 50.00
11.90 48.76

9.00 55.00
9..29 58.54


4.50 ...... The J. C. Lysle Milling Co.
4.47 4.90 Leavenworth, Kan.

5.00 ...... Monarch Mills, Chattanooga,
6.05 6.07 Tenn.

1.50 ...... The Superior Feed Co., Mem-
3.22 6.22 phis, Tenn.

1.50 ...... Golden Grain Milling Co.,
1.37 7.67 East St. Louis, Ill.

2.00 ...... Royal Feed & Milling Co.,
2.21 8.46 Memphis, Tenn.

2.00 ...... The Superior Feed Co., Mem- -.
2.16 7.66 phis, Tenn.

2.00 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
2.39 7.08 Tenn.

2.00 ...... Golden Grain Milling Co.,
2.99 6.79 East St. Louis, Ill.

1.50 ...... M. C. Peters Mill Co., Oma-
3.14 6.60 ha, Neb.

1.50 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,
3.21 6.37 Ga.









OFFICIAL FEED STUFF ANALYSIS, 1919.-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. ,. :01



Alfa-Oats Hors e and Mule Feed.I2896lGuaranteed
S Found.....
Alfa-OatsBig Ben Horse and Mule Feed.12896 Guaranteed
SFound.....

Big Ben Horse and Mule Feed. 2897 Guaranteed
Found.....

Black Jack Horse and Mule 2898 Guaranteed
Feed ....................... Found.....

Big Value Hdrse and Mule Feed 2899 Guaranteed
Found.....

Cotton Seed Meal............. 2900 Guaranteed
Found.....

Durham Brand Cotton Seed 2901 Guaranteed
M eal ...................... Found.....

Florida Peanut Feed .......... 2902 Guaranteed
Found.....

Milk Made Dairy Feed........ 2903 Guaranteed
Found.....


13.50
12.08

12.00
11.24

20.00
18.76

20.00
11.47




22.00
21.85'

26.00
23.72

15.001
8.751


a -isBf

r x
FL| mn ~B f


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERR.


9.00 55.00 2.00 .....Alfocorn Milling Co., East
11.74 49.72 3.87 7.39 St. Louis, Ill.

9.00 55.00 2.00......Golden Grain Milling Co.,
10.82 53.86 3.82 7.03 East St. Louis, Ill.

9.00 50.00 1.50 ...... The Superior Feed Co., Mem-
6.86 53.16 2.39 5.45 phis, Tenn.

9.00 50.00 1.50 ...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
12.05 56.00 4.43 6.30 phis, Tenn.

38.62 ...... ...... ...... The Southern Cotton Oil
35.79 .. .......... Co., Pensacola, Fla.
I I
20.00 38.00 5.00 ...... Lanier Bros., Nashville,
20.62 39.41 3.77 4.70 Tenn.

33.50 22.50 6.00 ...... Florida Peanut Oil Co., Ma-
34.35 22.58 8.50 3.75 lone, Fla.

24.00 48.00 5.00 ...... International Sugar Feed
23.781 45.40 5.87 7.171 Co., Memphis, Tenn.









Economy Ox Feed............. 2904


Durham Stock Feed........... 2905


Vaca Dairy Feed.............. 2906


Southern Mule Feed........... 2907


Peters' "Arab" Horse Feed.... 2908


Green Cross Horse Mixed Feed 2909


East Coast Sweet Feed........ 2910


Tip Top Molasses Feed....... 2911


Milk Made Dairy Feed......... 12912


Mayo's Mixed Feed............. 2913


Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found .....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....


16.86
15.50

12.00
7.05

29.00
24.47

23.00
11.88

15.00
11.67

12.00
11.77

12.00
12.50

12.00
16.62

15.00
10.75

10.00
4.02


11.39
13.82

14.00
16.32

14.50
14.40

9.00
8.57

10.00
11.95

10.00
10.72

9.00
10.62

9.00
9.58

24.00
22.38

13.00
12.37


44.49
53.37

51.00
56.16

38.00
45.59

45.00
57.54

59.00
54.56

62.00
59.03

57.00
58.30

60.00
51.62

48.00
45.67

65.00
65.52


2.64 ..... Cottondale Milling Co., Cot-
3.07 4.37 tondale, Fla.

3.00 ...... Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta,
4.50 5.22 Ga.

2.50 ...... Memphis Cotton Hull &
2.52 3.42 Fibre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

2.50 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
3.83 6.37

2.00 ...... M. C. Peters Mill Co., Oma-
1.72 4.68 ha, Neb.

2.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
2.37 5.75 cago, Ill.

1.50 ...... Consolidated Gro. Co., Jack-
3.04 6.25 sonville, Fla.

2.30 ...... Howell Grain & Feed Co.,
2.37 8.20 Union City, Tenn.

5.00 ...... International Sugar Feed
5.60 7.65 Co., Memphis, Tenn.

4.75 ...... Mayo Milling Co., Rich-
3.62 3.55 mond, Va.
I


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OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1919-Continued.



NAME OR BRAND. I NAME AND ADDRESS OF
0 i 0 4c MANUFACTURER.
_ _. k .4t
P4 W Z"


Happy Hog. Feed.............. 2914 Guaranteed
Found.....

Just Chicken Gumbo.......... 2915 Guaranteed
Found.....


Wheat Middlings with Screen- 2916 Guaranteed
ings ....................... Found.....

"Hunter" Horse and Mule Feed. 2917 Guaranteed
Found.....

Velv9 Dairy Feed............. 2918 Guaranteed
Found.....

Crown Horse Feed............ 2919 Guaranteed
Found.....

Just Dairy Feed.............. 2920 Guaranteed
Found.....


6.00
4.82

14.00
10.06

14.00
18.62

12.00
10.52

12.00
7.03


18.00
18.12

19.00
21.50


17.25
17.76

9.00
9.38

16.00
15.09

9.00
10.40

24.00
9.86


50.00
44.91

50.00
47.16


57.00
57.25

60.00
57.57

48.00
47.50

59.00
57.74

42.00
62.18


5.50 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
9.00 8.071 Tenn.

4.00 ...... Just Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
3.32 8.00


4.96 ...... Bernet, Craft & Kauffman
4.47 5.00 Milling Co., St. Louis, Mo.

2.00 ...... Grain Belt Mills Co., South
2.58 6.42 St. Joseph, Mo.

3.50 ...... South Georgia Milling Co.,
3.50 5.87 Valdosta, Ga.

2.00 ......G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
2.67 5.51 phis, Tenn.

4.10.... Just Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
4.03 4-25









"Bronco" Horse and Mule Feed


Old Black Joe Horse and Mule
Feed ......................

Second Class Cotton Seed Meal


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


Low Grade Cotton Seed Meal..


Low Grade Cotton Seed Meal..


Second Class Cotton Seed Meal


Second Class Cotton Seed Meal


Eureka Hog Feed.............


Red Cow Dairy Feed.........


Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....


15.00
13.72

20.00
15.65



















12.00
9.90

8.50
11.521


10.00 50.00
10.27 48.43

9.00 50.00
10.65 52.27

36.05 ......
37.08 ......

36.05 ......
35.80 ......

36.05 ......
36.301......

36.05 .....
39.65 ......

36.05 ......
42.23 .....

36.05 .....
35.90 ......

15.00 50.00
14.76 54.14

14.04 58.96
14.57 54.41


1.50 ...... Grain Belt Mills Co., South
1.66 9.30 St. Joseph, Mo.

1.50 .... Royal Feed & Milling Co..
1.85 6.96 Memphis, Tenn.

...... ...... Amerieus Oil Co., Americus,
...... .... Ga.

...... ...... Goulding Fertilizer Works,
...... ...... Pensacola, Fla.

...... ...... Houstoun Cotton Oil Co.,
...... ...... Grovania, Ga.

...... ...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., -a
...... ...... M acon, Ga. ""

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

...... ...... Houstoun Cotton Oil Co.,
...... ...... Grovania, Ga.

4.00 ...... Royal Feed & Milling Co.,
4.98 5.17 Memphis, Tenn.

2.85 ...... Merchant Mills, Montgom-
3.47 4.78 ery, Ala.
I I










STUFF ANALYSIS, 1919--Continued.


.

NAM O B NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND. MANUFACTURER.
3. I MANUFACTURER.
N


Velvet Bean Feed............. 2931


XXX Dairy Feed.............. 2932


Holstein Brand Cotton Seed 2933
M eal ......................

Cotton Seed Meal....... ..... 2934


Economy Scratch Feed'........ 2935


Economy Scratch Feed........ 2938


O-U Mule Feed ............... 2939


Peters' King Corn Horse and 2940
Mule Feed..................


Guaranteed
Founa.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....

Guaranteed
Found.....


13.00
11.37

25.00
22.75

14.00
14.80

27.00
17.45

6.00
4.71

6.00
3.35

15.00
10.10

18.00
13.83


17.00 48.00
18.21 52.88

15.00 45.00
14.92 45.38

36.00 22.00
35.89 27.06

20.00 38.00
27.42 31,93

10.00 50.00
10.71 66.31

10.00 50.00
10.44 67.72

4.59 52.00
5.34 51.50

10.00 50.00
11.32 51.62


4.00 ...... South Georgia Milling Co.,
4.371 3.75 Valdosta, Ga.

3.00 ...... Monarch Mills, Chattanooga,
2.55 4.40 Tenn.

5.00 ...... Lanier Bros., Nashville,
7.70 5.50 Tenn.

3.001...... Florida Peanut Milling Co.,
7.701 6.40[ Gainesville, Fla.

2.501 ......Seaboard Feed & Produce
4.22 2.30 Co., Henderson, N. C.

2.50 ......Seaboard Feed & Produce
3.82 2'.00 Co., Henderson, N. C.

1.24 ...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
1.72 11.47 phis, Tenn.

1.50 ...... M. C. Peters Mill Co., Oma-1
3.17 5.34 ha, Neb.


OFFICIAL FEEDING,








Alfa-Oats Horse and Mule Feed 2941 Guaranteed
Found.....

B Echo Springs Horse and Mule 2942 Guaranteed
Feed ....................... Found.....

SLittle Jo Dairy Feed.......... 2943 Guaranteed
Found.....

Purina Cow Chow Feed........ 2944 Guaranteed
Found.....

XX Good Feed with Molasses.. 2945 Guaranteed
Found.....

Bully Mule Feed.............. 2946 Guaranteed
Found ....

"Golden Gull" Bran........... 2947Guaranteed
I Found ....

O-U Mule Feed................ 2948 Guaranteed
I Found ....
I I
Florida Mule Feed................... 2949 Guaranteed
I Found ....
Biles Ready Dairy Rations.... 2950 Guaranteed
Found ....
I _I


13.50 9.00
12.40 12.89

12.00 10.00
13.28 11.02

15.00 16.00
14.88 16.36

12.00 24.00
12.65 23.09

15.00 9.00
13.30 10.20

23.00 10.00
20.38 11.09

11..50 15.501
8.251 16..02
'l
15.001- 4.59
10.321 5.70

15.00 4.50
10.16 5.58

10.00 24.00
11.67 21.94


55.00
56.72

50.00
51.93

44.00
40.33

42.00
42.36

50.00
54.88

45.00O
46.10

55.00
52.27

52.00
52.911

51.00
52.56

50.00
44.27


2.00 ...... Alfocorn Milling Co., East
3.62 4.86 St. Louis, Ill.

2.00 ...... The Superior Feed Co., Mem-
2.50 6.48 phis, Tenn.

3.00 ...... Just Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
1.90 7.95

4.80 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
4.00 7.13

1.50 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
2.32 6.15

3.00 ...... Just Mills, Nashville,
3.74 6.97 Tenn.
*
2.00 ...... Lawrenceburg Roller Mills.
1.87 6.571 Lawrenceburg, Ind.

1.24 ...... G E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
1.11 12.56 phis, Tenn.

1.25 ...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
1.12 11.74 phis, Tenn.

5.00 ...... The Ubiko Milling Co., Cin-
4.05 6.95 cinnati, Ohio.


L










OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. s |


Kamillo Brand Feed.......... 129511Guaranteed
I| Found ....
Wheat Mixed Feed........... 2952 Guaranteedl
I Found ....

Invegoco Meal ............... 2953 Guaranteed
Found ....

Pillsbury's Wheat "A" Midd'ngs 2954 Guaranteed
Found ....

Wheat Middlings with Screen'gs 2955 Guaranteed
Found ....

Oatrashun Stock Feed......... 29561Guaranteed
Found ....

Dan Patch Special Horse Feed. 2957 Guaranteed
S Found ....

Alfacorn "Hevi-Oats" Horse12958 Guaranteed
and Mule Feed...............[ Found ....


86,0 1 NAME AND ADDRESS OF
S '.cz MANUFACTURER.
0 k zgr C
fa .I S 5E


3v.vvI ou.vv
23.251 32.47|

8.551 15.621
7.85 17.341

22.00 30.001
29.151 28.52

8.00 15.00
5.201 17.721

4.001 1,.00
5.50 18.211

12.00 9.00
14.71 10.381

12.50' 9.00
11.92 10.69

13.501 9.00
11.471 11.14


22.62

58.17
47.94

22.00
18.93

55.00
56.241

55.00
55.72

59.00
48.98

55.00
56.23

55.001
55.771


6.00 ...... I amilla Cotton Oil & Fert
6.77 4.521 Co., Camilla, Ga.

4.05 ......IThe Crescent Flour Mills,
4.02 7.551 Denver, Colo.

7.00 ...... International Vegetable Oil
4.10 8.701 Co., Arlington, Ga.

4.00 ...... Pillsbury Flour Mills Co.,
3.65 5.17 Minneapolis, Minn.

4.00 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co.
2.77 4.55 St. Louis, Mo.

2.001...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
2.41 7.35 phis, Tenn.

2.25 ..... International Sugar Feed
2.73 7.36 No. 2 Co., Memphis, Tenn

2.00 ...... Alfacorn Milling Co., St.
2.681 7.141 Louis, Mo.


IJL I IT lL ""'l 'Jtt ""'








Pawnee Sweet Feed .......... 2959 Guaranteed
S Found ....
I I
Krak A Jak Horse Feed....... 2960 Guaranteed
Found ....

Granddaddy Feed ............. 2961 Guaranteed
IFound ....
I I
Florida Mule Feed............ 12962 Guaranteed
S Found ....

Florida Mule Feed............. 2963 Guaranteed
Found ....

Tennessee Horse & Mule Feed. 2964 Guaranteed
Found ....

Tip Top Molasses Feed....... 2965 Guaranteed
Found ....

Purina Pig Chow ............ 2966 Guaranteed
Found ....

Best Yet Molasses Feed....... 2967 Guaranteed
Found ....

Dixie Gem Molasses Feed..... 29681Guaranteed
iFound ....


19.001
I1.471

15.00|
14.041

18.00!
15.34

15.00
10.19

15.00
10.19

11.50
12.281

12.00'
15.11|

9.00o
8.641

15.00'
9.741

15.00'
14.07i


10.00! 50.001
10.101 56.501
I I
10.001 55.001
11.021 54.211
I I
9.001 55.001
10.501 53.601
I I
4.501 51.001
5.541 52.231

4.501 51.00[
5.541 52.231
I I
9.301 60.00]
9.561 52.861
1 I
9.001 60.00O
8.80 52.571
1 I
14.00 55.00]
14.42 53.44]
1 1
<9.00 55.001
10.531 60.39
I I
9.001 55.00O
9.691 54.491


2.001...... The Corno Mills Co., St.
2.371 5.88| Louis, Mo.
I I
2.001......|The Superior Feed Co., Mem-
1.64I 7.151 phis, Tenn.

2.001...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
3.231 7.631 cago, Ill.
I I
1.251...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
1.181 12.561 phis, Tenn.
1 1
.1.251......1. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
1.181 12.561 phis, Tenn.

2.501...... Howell Grain & Feed Co., oo
1.631 8.561 Union City, Tenn. o

2.301...... Howell Grain & Feed Co.,
1.85 6.881 Union City, Tenn.

3.201 9.00|Purina Mills, St. Louis,
1.711 7.34] Mo.

2.001...... [National Milling Co., Ma-
2.421 4.891 con, Ga.
I i
2.001...... National Milling Co., Ma-
2.301 5..951 con, Ga.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. 0
ce^ 1ce .2( ^ Z~i.
i-l Cdd
0 ~ a -


Cavalry Molasses Feed........ 2969 Guaranteedl 15.001
S Found .... 14.401
Creamo Brand Mixed Feed.... 2970 Guaranteed1 25.001
Found .... 19.501

0. P. Oil Meal................ 2971 GuaranteedI 9.50
/ Found .... 1 12.12
Vaca Dairy Feed.............. 2972 Guaranteed 29.00
Found .... 29.92
Douglas Corn Gluten Feed..... 2973 Guaranteed 8.00
Found .... 6.87
Cotton Seed Meal............... 2974 Guaranteed ......
Found .... 12.30
Rye Middlings ............... 2975 Guaranteed 8.00
Found .... 5.57
Digest-All Horse & Mule Feed. 2976 Guaranteed 20.001
I Found .... 12.291


9.00
10.80

20.00
19.92

32.00
34.88

14.50
14.39

23.00
23.92

36.05
35.98

14.00
16.32

9.00
11.45


55.00
50.89

30.00
41.671


30.11

42.00
37.85

52.00
50.89


31.56

60.00
53.651

50.00
49.71


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.

2.00 ...... INational Milling Co., Ma-
1.541 7.131 con, L(-

4.0l ...... Tennessee Fibre Co., Mem-
4.021 4.771 phis, I ,

5.00 ...... J. J. Badenoch Co., Chicago,
6.52 5.52 Ill.

2.50 ...... Memphis Cotton Hull & Fi
2.52 3.90 bre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

1.00 ...... Douglas Company, Cedar
2.62 4.151 Rapids, Iowa
I I
...... ...... The Southern Cotton Oi
5.82 5.22 Co., Pensacola, Fla.

3.00 ...... National Feed Co., St.
6.921 4.27 Louis, Mo.

1.50...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
2.371 8.671 phis, Tenn.


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Peter's Bargen Horse Feed.... 2977 Guaranteed 15.001
I |Found .... 10.471
Valdo Horse & Mule Feed...... 2978 Guaranteed| 15.00
Found .... 15.32
Bay Mule Molasses Feed...... I2979 Guaranteed 14.00;
Found .... 15.94!
Beto Stock Feed ............ 2980 Guaranteed 15.0pI
j Found .... 13.03!
Butterfat Dairy Feed.......... 2981 Guaranteed 15.00
Found .... 18.50
Wheat Middlings with Screen'gs 2982 Guaranteed 6.501
S 1Found .... 6.071
Magnolia Stock Feed.......... 2983 Guaranteed 12.00!
Found .... 11.40!
Dixie Poultry Mash............ |2984|Guaranteed 5.00
I Found.... I 8.121
Imperial Brand Peanut Feed... .2985 Guaranteed| 23.001
| Found .... 17.671
Ubico Union Grains ..........]J2986|Guaranteedl 10.001
I |Found .... 11.151


10.00 59.00 2.00 ...... M. C. Peters Mill Co.
12.15 57.17 2.40 6.711 Omaha, Neb.

10.00 50.00 3.00 ...... South Georgia Milling Co
11.06 47.09 2.31 7.301 Valdosta, Ga.

8.50 49.00 1.50 ..... jMilam-Morgan Co., New Or
8.06 50.91 2.321 8.161 leans, La.
I I
9.00 54.00 2.00 ...... Dyersburg Milling Co.,
8.16 53.29 .98 8.07 Dyersburg, Tenn

26.00 45.00 .00 ...... Monarch Mills, Chatta-
26.06 35.37 3.86 5.85[ nooga, Tenn.

17.00 55.00 4.00 ...... Geo. P. Plant Mlling Co. 0
19.31 55.92 1.65 5.95 St. Louis, Mo. C

14.00 55.00 3.00 ..... IJ. T. Gibbons, New Orleans.
16.46 51.70 3.80 6.421 La.

17.001......1 3.001 ..... Dixie Mills Co., East St.
19.26 15.931 2.77| 7.52J Louis, Ill.
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30.00| 23.001 8.001...... IDonaldsville Oil Mill, Don-
36.861 33.78]..,6.67] 4.271 aldsonville, Ga.
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24.00| 50.001 5.001......|The Ubiko Milling Co., Cin-
26.54| 42.461 4.30 6.401 cinnatti. Ohio.










OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. r ^ ~ NAME AND ADDRESS OF
o 0 o U. MANUFACTURER.
NAME, OR BRAND. lM F
s^ g. M 0 A g ^___


Rex Special Sceatch Feed......129871GuaranteedI
I Found ... .1
I I
Gilt Edge Cotton Seed Meal.... 12988]Guaranteed|
I| Found ....1
Vaca Dairy Feed .............. 12989]Guaranteed|
S Found ....
I I
Wheat Middlings ............. 2990|Guaranteed|
S [Found ... .

Egmo Scratch Feed .......... 2991 Guaranteed
I Found ....
I I I
Pure Wheat Shorts ........... |2992|Guaranteed|
I| Found ....
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"Hunter" Horse & Mule Feed ..|29931Guaranteedl
I Found .... .

Old Trusty Horse & Mule Feed.129941Guaranteed|
I Found ....


4.201 10.00] 65.00!
2.671 12.061 67.68|

14.00| 36.00] 30.00I
8.601 41.241 28.491

29.00[ 14.50] 38.00]
24.821 15.221 45.371

6.00] 15.00| 57.00]
5.00! 17.991 55.25!

4.001 10.00) 62.00|
3.801 11.54| 65.01|
5.001 15.00 60.00i
7.75] 17.81] 54.62]

14.00] 9.00] 60.00]
9.09] 11.63] 57.41]

14.001 10.001 62.50[
10.88] 9.46] 52.96]


2.901......|Rex Mill & Feed Co., Nash-
3.021 1.85! ville, Tenn.
I I
6.00[......|Empire Cotton Oil Co., At-
5.801 6.021 lanta, Ga.
1 i
2.50 ...... [Memphis Cotton Hull & Fiber
2.201 4.321 Co., Memphis, Tenn.
I i
4.001......|H. C. Cole Milling Co., Ches-
3.171 4.921 er, Ill.
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3.501..... .G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
3.101 2.55| phis, Tenn.
I I
5.00]...... The Scott County Milling
2.421, 5.451 Co., Sikeston, Mo.
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2.00 ......|Grain Belt Mills Co., South
3.091 5.941 St. Joseph, Mo.
I I
3.001...... International Sugar Feed Co.,
2.771 7.091 Memphis, Tenn.








Animo Horse & Mule Feed.... .29951Guaranteedl 18.001
| IFound .... 1 17.281
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Dan Patch Special Horse Feed. 29961Guaranteedl 12.501
S [Found .... 23.761
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Purina Feed with Molasses.... .29971Guaranteedl 13.001
I Found .... 14.621
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Mor Grain Horse &Mule Feed. .|29981Guaranteedl 15.001
I Found .... 9.431
Little Ned's Sweet Feed ........ .29991Guaranteedl 12.001
1 Found .... 12.66;
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Egmo Scratch Feed ........... 3000IGuaranteedl 4.001
I IFound .... 4.071
I ]I I
Magnolia Stock Feed.......... I3001lGuaranteed1 12.001
S Found ... 12.101
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Big Value Horse & Mule Feed. 3002lGuaranteedl 20.001
| Found ...1 13.721

G ay Horse & Mule Feed ....... 3003 Guaranteedl 15.001
1 Found .... 1 11.341
Durham Stock Feed ......... .130041Guaranteedl 12.001
I Found .... 7.301
1 1 I


9.001 52.001
8.801 53.081
I 1
9.001 55.001
13.771 38.381

9.301 53.001
9.861 52.95]
I
10.001 50.00J
10.821 57.921
I I
9.00| 57.00O
9.281 54.741
I I
10.00[ 62.00O
11.63| 66.061

14.001 55.001
18.65| 50.881
I I
9.001 50.001
10.351 50.091
1 I
9.001 45.001
9.281 56.42]
I 1
14.001 51.001
16.461 55.98|
I I


2.001...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
2.361 6.231 Memphis, Tenn.
i i
2.25]...... lInternational Sugar Feed Co.
1.681 9.491 Memphis, Tenn.
I I
1.701........Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
2.901 6.441

2.501...... The Superior Feed Co., Mem-
4.271 4.501 phis, Tenn.

1.501...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
2.831 5.821 Tenn.

3.501...... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem- 0o
4.521 2.721 phis, Tenn.
I I
3.001...... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
4.871 6.801 La.
I 1
1.501....... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
2.201 8.371 phis, Tenn.

2.00 ...... The Superior Feed Co., Mem-
2.201 8.321 phis, Tenn.
I 1
3.00 ...... |Atlanta Milling Co., Atlanta,
4.721 4.921 Ga.
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OFFICIAL FEEDING STU'F ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.



NAME, OR BRAND. NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER


ibico Stock Feed ............. 3005 Guaranteed 12.00 10.001 62.001 3.50 ......|The Ubiko Milling Co., Cin-
I Found .... 13.671 10.311 55.231 3.371 5.621 cinnatti, Ohio.
I i I I I I I I
Old Black Joe Horse and Mule I [Guaranteed! 20.001 9.00[ 50.001 1.50 .......Royal Feed & Milling Co.,
Feed ....................... 3006[Found .... 11.731 11.83[ 55.701 2.511 7.361 Memphis, Tenn.
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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FOOD AND DRUG SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1919. A. M. HENRY, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 12, Act Approved June 5, 1911.
BEVERAGES.


No. |


LABEL.


CONTENTS


1903 Beverage, Godfrey Wilson, Tallahassee, Fla.


[904 Beverage No. 1.


1905 Beverage No. 2.


1906 Beverage No. 3.


L907 Beverage, H. P. Smith, Tallahassee, Fla.


o-4
0)
a^~


0)
wQ


BY WHOM SENT


49.75..... W. F. Banks, Tal-C
lahassee.

6.62 ..... W. L. Millinor,
Madison.

7.45 ..... W. L. Millinor,
Madison.

7.25 ..... W. L. Millinor,
Madison.

6.10 ..... W. F. Banks, Tal-
lahassee.
o


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


. .. .. .. . .. .


. .. . . . ..









1911 Corn Buck, Temple Clay, Tallahassee, Fla. ............

1920 Cider, Nick, Plant City, Fla. ......

1921 Beverage, Nick, Plant City, Fla. ............

1922 First Run, Nick Strasser. ............

1931 Bevo ............................... .......................

1932 Malt-Nutrine, alcohol 1.9%, Anheuser-Busch Brew- ............
ing Assn., St. Louis, Mo.

1933 Beverage ....................................... ............

1935 Cher Ko, non-alcoholic, Normandie Co., Norfolk, ..........
Va.

1936 Hot-Ko, non-alcoholic, Normandie Co., Atlanta, Ga .............

1937 Kon-Ko, non-alcoholic, Normandie Co., Norfolk, Va.............

1938 Nec Ko, non-alcoholic, Normandie Co., Norfolk, Va .............

1l44 Tanhauser, Thos. Gerakios, Leesburg..........................

1945 Beverage, Thos. Gerakios........................ .........

1946 Beverage, W J. W right..................... .. ......... ...


6.80 ...... W. F. Banks, Tallahassee.

6.22 ..... A. J. White, Tampa.

6.431. A. J. White, Tampa.

5.711 ...... IA. J. White, Tampa.

0.35 ...... J. C. VanPelt, Pensacola.

0.30 ...... J. C. VanPelt, Pensacola.


11.27 .....J. C. VanPelt, Pensacola.

0.181...... |Consolidated Gro. Co., Tampa. co


0.24...... Consolidated Gro. Co., Tampa.

0.26 ...... Consolidated Gro. Co., Tampa.

0.17 ...... Consolidated Gro. Co., Tampa.

0.52 ...... TC. Smyth, Tavares.

3.88 ...... TC. myth, Tavares.

6.63 .....T. C. Smyth. Tavares.










SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSIS, 1919-Continued.
BEVERAGES.-(Continued.)




No. LABEL CONTENTS Q BY WHOM SENT


_ _ _ _ _ CQ _


1947 Beverage, W J. W right......................... ...........

1948 Beverage, W J. W right.......................... ............

194, Beverage, W J. W right .......... ............... ............

1950 Beverage, W. J. Wright ......................... ............

1951 Beverage, W. J. Wright ..................... ...........

1952 50 50, it's food and drink to lue ...........................


1953 Royal, Atlanta Ice & Bottling Co., Atlanta, Ga ................

1954 Veribest, lanta Ice & Bott'ing Co., Atlanta, Ga...............

1955 Grape Juice, Jasper Rimes, Leesburg................. .......


6.14 ......

6.93 ......

6.30 ......

6.23 ......

s.76 ......

0.511 .....


0.471 ......

0.46 ......

4.54 ......


T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

T. C. -nyth,Tavares.

T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

T. C. --nyth, Tavares.

Capital City Grocery Co.,
Tallahassee.

D. Isenberg, Miami.

D. Isenberg, Miami.

T. C. Smyth, Tavares.








1956 Grape Cider, T. Gerakios, Leesburg...............

1957 High Life, Diamond Drug Store, Leesburg........

1958 Export, Geo. Burney, Leesburg..................

1959 Bevo, T. Gerakios, Leesburg .....................

1960 Shello, Jasper Rimes, Leesburg..................

1961 Beverage No. 1, Zembellas .....................

1962i average No. 2, Zembellas ...................

1963 Beverage No. 3, Zembellas .....................

1964 Beverage No. 1, Scardasis......................

1965 Beverage No. 2, Scardasis.....................

1966 Beverage No. 1, J. C. Grantham................

1967 Moonshine No. 1, Snow & Watson...............

1968 Moonshine No. 2, Snow & Watson...............

1969 Moonshine No. 3, Snow & Watson .............

1970 Moonshine No. 4, Snow & Watson ...............


19711Moonshine No. 1,


Tom Robertson ............... ........


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

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

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

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

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


4.90

0.52

0.25

0.34

6.12

0.00

0.00

3.66

5.65

0.00

5.80

30.28

37.98

44.32

37.44

38.86


T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

T. C. Smyth, Tavares.

L. M. Kibley, Dunnellon.

L. M. Kibley, Dunnellon.

L. M. Kibley, Dunnellon.

L. M. Kibley, Dunnellon.

L. M. Kibley, Dunnellon.

L. M. Kibley, Dunnellon.

J. 0. Gates, Bradentown.

J. 0. Gates, Bradentown.

J. 0. Gates, Bradentown.

J. 0. Gates, Bradentown.

J. 0. Gates, Bradentown.










SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1919-(Continued.)
BEV ERAGES-(Continued.)





No. LABEL. CONTENTS 5 BY WHOM SENT

4)
,'I s [
0. a -;
y __________________ _^ g ^_____________


1973 Lion Beverage, 11.5 fl. oz., non-intoxicating, The ............
Windisch Mulhauser Brewing Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio.

1974|Exelso, 12 fl. oz., no alcohol, Hamm Exelso Co., St. ............
Paul, Minn.

1975 Dry Regal Cereal Beverage, 12 fl. oz., non-intoxi- ............
eating, American Beverage Co., New Orleans, La.1

1976 Dry Regal Cereal Beverage, 12 fl. oz., non-intoxi- ............
eating, American Beverage Co., New Orleans, La.j

1977 Schlitz Famo, 12 fl. oz., non-intoxicating, Schlitz, ..........
Milwaukee.

1978 Fehr's Ambrosia, 10 fl. oz., non-alcoholic, Central ............
Consumers Co., Louisville, Ky.


..... J

.. J.

I


.... J.


... .. J.


J. H. Harnell, Milton.


Harnell, Milton.


Harnell, Milton.


Harnell, Milton.


Harnell, Milton.


Harnell, Milton.








1979] Bevo. ............

1980 Lion Beverage. ...........

1981 Cider No. 1. ...........

1982 Cider No. 2. .

1983 Royal Lemon Extract, 1 fl. oz., alcohol 82%, Da- ............
vis & Lawrence Co., New York.

1984 Heileman's New Style Lager. ............

1985 Beverage, State vs. Brown et al. ............

1987 Vrginia Dare Wine, less than 1/,% alcohol, 26 ozs. .............
Garrett & Co., New York.

1988 Wine No. 1 ............

1989 Wine No. 2 .............


0.24 ..... J. H. Harnell, Milton.

0.87 ... J. H.-Harnell, Milton.

1.36 ..... J H. Harnell, Milton.

5.04 ..... J. H. Harnell, Milton.

81.87 ..... J. H. Harnell, Milton.


0.19 ..... J. H. Harnell, Milton.

45.88 ..... W. T. Jones, Ft. Pierce.

S0.281 ..... H. V. Lind, Pensacola.
I I I

| 7.701..... J. P. Brown, Titusville.
S7.70 IP. Brown, Titusville.
1 7.701 ..... jJ. P. Brown, Titusville.









SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1919.-Continued.
MILK.


CONTENTS


LABEL


Milk, No. 18.


Milk, No. 84.



Morning Milk.


Night Milk.


Milk, Johnston's Dairy, St. Augustine, Fla.


Milk, Aaron Johnson, St. Augustine, Fla.


+a 2
d d


F a>
ffl :Z


BY WHOM SENT


3.80 ..... R. C. Jones, Tal-
lahassee.

3.50 ...... R. C. Jones, Tal- (
lahassee.


5.001 ..... Purity Ice Cream
& Dairy Co.

3.50 ...... Purity Ice Cream
I & Dairy Co.

2.45 4.58 Eugene Masters.
1 St. Augustine.
2.90 5.64 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.


No.


. .. .. . . .









1914 Milk, One Pint, A. Johnson, St. Augustine, Fla.


1915 Milk, One Pint, Gasper Masters, St. Augustine, Fla.


1916 Milk, One Pint, D. Ostein, St. Augustine, Fla.


1918 Milk, One Pint, Mrs. Snellgrove, St. Augustine, Fla.


1919 Milk, One Pint, Arthur Usina, St. Augustine,,Fla.


1923 Milk, One Pint, Ponce de Leon Dairy, St. Augustine, Fla.


1924 Milk, One Pint, Mrs. Stokes, St. Augustine, Fla.


1925 Milk, One Pint, J. A. Usina, St. Augustine, Fla.


1926 Milk, One Pint, Wash Hartley, St. Augustine, Fla.


1927 Milk, One Pint, Mrs. O. Manucy, St. Augustine, Fla.


1.01 pint.


0.98 pint.


0.97 pint.


0.99 pint.


0.99 pint.


1.00 pint.


1.00 pint.


0.98 pint.


0.98 pint.


1.00 pint.


4.65


4.10


5.50


5.00O


3.80


3.451


"3.25


5.201


4.80


3.35
1


8.191 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

8.47 Eugene Masters
St. Augustine.

8.73 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

8.53 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

8.031 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

9.081 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

7.05 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

8.171 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

9.86 Eugene Masters,
St. Augustine.

8.85 Eugene Masters,
ISt. Augustine.


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SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1919.-Continued.
MILK


CONTENTS




.[
............. I

I
..1
.............I
....... .... j


441
BY WHOM SENT


m'- O

4.401 8.071 Glenn Terrell,
I Tallahassee.

4.00 ...... F. T. Wilson,
STallahassee.
I I
3.501 5.391 G. C. Cromartie,
I I Tallahassee.


LABEL


Human Milk


Milk


Jersey Milk


1934


1940


1972








SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1919- (Continued.)
SUGAR CANE.



LABL BY WHOM SENT
LABEL 0 U) r.


19901 Red Ribbon Cane
19'91Green Ribbon Cane.
I
19921D-74 Cane
1993 Red Cuban Cane
1994 Red Bourbon Cane
19951Red Ribbon Cane
1996O0tahite Cane
1997 Giant Japanese Cane
I_____________ \


I I I 1
63.501 12.90] ...... 2.91 ...... |Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.
70.221 13.601...... 3.601|...... Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.
I I I
68.861 13.101 ...... 2.911...... Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.
S I I I
69.94i 10.201...... 4.701......[Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.
I I I I
65.281 12.101...... 3.021...... Fellsmere Farms Co., Fellsmere.
I I I 1 1
74.941 15.851 14.491...... 91.481A. M. Henry, Tallahassee.
71.751 15.851 13.721...... 86.58|J. W. Gramling, Moore Haven.
61.47 17.00 8.94...... 52.59. E. Rose, Tallahssee.
61.471 17.001 8.941......I 52.591R. E. Rose, Tallahassee.
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SPECIAL FOOD ANALYSES, 1919- (Continued.)
MISCELLANEOUS.

No. LABEL. RESULTS. BY WHOM SENT.


1912 Taylor Avacado Water (per cent)............. 73.321J. L. Hickson, Miami.
|Fat (per cent) .............. 18.521
[Protein (per cent) ............ 1.971
Ash (per cent) .............. 1.17
Fiber (per cent) ............ 1.621
Nitrogen-free extract (per cent) 3.40|
Sugar as invert (per cent).... .1.11

1930 lOver the Top Brand Coffee, Mu-|Chickory and cereals absent. A pure T. B. Snowden, Blountstown.
tual Coffee Co., Montgomery, coffee.
Ala.

1939 Jax Special Brand Distilled Vin-lAcid as acetic (grams per 100 cc), Jacksonville Vinegar & Blueing Co.,
egar, caramel colored, 1 pint| ........................... 3.75 Jacksonville.
Sand 9 ozs.
II
1941 |Standard Acid Standard acid-45 grain vinegar. IJacksonville Vinegar & Bluing Co.,
I Jacksonville.
1942 Seeded Muscat Raisins, J. B. Sand (per cent) ............. 0.31 T. E. Andrews, Tallahassee.
SInderreden Co., Fresno, Cal.l

1943 lBeverage. O. dinary poisons are absent. |H. O. Hill, Tallahassee.




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