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Y V WEBSTER COUNTY.
W , LABORATORY NO. 43186——Sulfur water sent by B. Watson,
, Providence, Ky. Sample yellowish showing very small
quantities of free and combined hydrogen sulfid. Re-
` ceived July 30, 1913.
ANALYSIS—OH€ gallon contains 80.9 grains of solid matter
(1.388 gram per liter) composed of sodium sulfate, calcium
carbonate, magnesium carbonate, sodium carbonate, small
_ quantities of sodium suliid and iron and traces of silica,
potassium and lithium. ‘
- This is an alkaline sulfur water and should have medicinal
‘ LABORATORY No. 43333——Chalybeate water from a well four I
or five miles southeast of Campton, Ky., brought by Mr.
H. E. Curtis, November 22, 1913, for W. G. Proctor, Lex-
ington, Ky. Sample contained some reddish sediment. ,1
AN.XLYSIS*OD€ gallon contains 8.2 grains of solid matter ‘
(.14 gram per liter) composed of sodium chlorid, calcium
sulfate and ferrous sulfate with traces of magnesium car-
bonate, silica and potassium sulfate. The sediment contains
iron and silica.
l It is a weak chalybeate water and should have some