The Southern Jerseyite (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 28, 1920 Page: 1 of 2
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1 Trip to McKinney,
Texas, October 28th.
Featuring the Chief
Attraction of 1920
Holland's Southwest report issued
about two months ago furnishes some
very interesting and astonishing fig-
ures on the dairy industry of the
^Tho rate of progress in the de-
velopment of the dairy industry in
Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana
and New Mexico is in excess of thai
credited to many other branches of
the agriculture and livestock business.
The official statistics on this indus-
try indicate permanency and progress.
Results are seen in increasing interest
in all branches of agriculture, better
farming methods, more ready cash
consequently more home comforts.
Following is a. report of number and
value of dairy animals as given by
Louisiana . ,
Violet Falcon 365199 In Pecan Grove Dairy Big Sale
SHKRMAX SALE SHOWED
SOME GOOD INDIVIDUAL
TELLS OF MAW
The sixth semi-annual Grayson
Per Head i County Livestock Association Sale
GOOD MILK DRINKS.
Pecan Grove Dairy sale is perhaps
the first Jersey sale ever hold in
1 exas that carriel out a color sehemo
in its advertising, catalogs, etc. The
color-scheme is Green, White and
Gold, a very beautiful combination and
may be thus explained: The catalog
is printed in green so as to contrast
the gold, while the gold is used t;o em-
phasize "a golden opportunity sale"
and the white back ground was used
for the photo on the cover nnd for
the inside pages because white is a
pleasing contrast with green and gold
and is symbolic of everybody being
"treated white" in the sale. The gold
is also suggestive of the color of the
cows, of the color of the golden
i , . C( . „ „ _ liquid they produce and is the color of
The Pennsylvania State College. thv gold(>n buttf>r thpy produ[l#< Peean
School of Agriculture and FScperi-' Grove Dairy Jerseys have the most
J39.90!held at Sherman Oct. 4th. was a Jer- \ 'beiutlfnl or# r>n r < i
30.25! sey attractive worth while. The hoys ment Station. State College, Pa. writes, grazing to
22.40 put up a nice lot of stuff and had a July 2, 1920.—The Southern Jersyite!COntainimr ihP c-.t emelopes
2L.20 good sale. Walter B. Wilson of Pecan,McKinney, Texas. Gentlemen: Refer- * were Printed
33.10 Grove Dairy brought home one of
the good ones and was the runner up
2.320,24 4 on a half dozen or more. Tt. was a gooct
I natured set of folks gathered at the
Increase of number of animals 12 sale—both buyers and sellers.
per cent. j •
Of 184 1 Most of us Jersey men. as well an
' ' •
9,5 2 2.3 f 8
ring to your request of the 24th I J," inK\.tVp! J)°"tal ('u,lls sent out
will submit for your approval, the ' ' ° «-0uthern Jerseyite
* ^ere printed in green ink and the
jnll other, will agi eo that hie g
' progress' ever made in the business in
Texas has been brought about within
the past twelve months.
following milk drinks which are
recommended by the National Dairy
have been tried out by this Station.
Buttermilk Lemonade, buttermilk
ttale.sl ami leiiUjn' fuivor and ciiaYgiM w',' ter.
1 uited States Government stumps that
' o I'ln'i' iVo f c h i ™ IT o' ^ t iV a lid' which cun;ied them m'rt> >?reen. And then as
° C hua^o, 111 and vNhic ;l fina, grund cilrrmx rol , Ujl
imvp boon 1 rlAn nut Iw lilies SJtntinn. .... v v
Value of Dairy Products.
Green will be present at the sale to
act us ujjetiipneev and J .Vju'enni pliv!
(iiocolate Milk Julep—milk, choc-
olate syrup, whole egg and charged
Manager Sam Apple of Pecan
Grove Dairy hart as great a respect
for breeding and beauty as any man,
;n the business in Texas but he can't
keep his eye off the cow's record at water.
the pail. He has sold milk for years, jRioot Boer Milk Julep—Milk, root
having one of the largest lists of indi-| beer syrup, whole egg and charged
vidual patron*? of any dairy in the • water.
cd wife, Mrs. J. Riley green 'will
present to see her husband sell the
i?olden Jerseys" to "white" people
"the long green" and the gold. That's
, , lt. , color scheme1■ or else the salesnianng-
and one to one and one-halt ounce | pr <Udn.t know hmy |(j <jut
Milk, syrup, egg and charged water !
I' available. lTse 2-3 of a. glas« of milk ;
Grapo Milk Julep—Milk, grape
alter getting into it unconsciously. Hut
lets be a good "Sportsman'' with Col.
Jack, pick out the cow hi the sale
that Is the "Apple" of your eye and
don't be "A-Maysed" if she brings a
good round price for she's worth it.
'Mighty fine, mighty fine" exclaim-
state in a town any where near
32,000,000 size of McKinney. j syrup, whole egg and charged water. P(| j. j, Waits of Sulphur Springs af-
10.428,000 I Rasberry Milk Julep—Milk, rasp- tor looking over Pecan Grove Dairy
4,700,000 « Visitors are frequent at Pecan'berry syrup, whole egg and charged offering on Sept. 28th. lie was
2,100,000 Grove Dairy. The ideal site beckons j water. delighted with the offering. Mr.
to many to come in and tak^ a closer; Orange Milk Julep—Milk, or.inge \v;,jts ^aa a herd of about 50 head of
Jersey Milk Soils For 35 Per Cent More look. Visitors are always welcome, j syrup, .whole egg and charged water, jonseys.
( • | Very truly yours,
We retail milk, cream and butter.' Of-course Col. Green can't help W. B. COMBS.
and we receive 30 to 35 per cent enthuso over those Fern's Noble Assistant Professor of Dairy FTus-
highcr prices than any other milk Prince daughters in the sale but the bandry.
sold in the city oi Lowell, and the de- Col. is not alone in this,
innnd exceeds the supply.
f have noticed wherever Jersey milk
is offered for sale at retail in com-
petition with other milk, the demand
is greater and the price will run from
twenty-five to fifty per cent higher.
Yours very truly,
(Signed.) J. E. DODGE, Manager.
Hood Farm, Lowell, Mass.
i ennsylvaina Stfl"e College.
SOME IIK.11 CLASS COM.IN
COI'XTY JFRSEV BREEDERS.
All Texas Jersey breeders love
"lrncle" Ben Frazier and fully ap-
preciate the work of pioneering that
lpe has done in the purebred Jersey
jvislness in the state.
Pe r*. Fmmltt Brown was heard to
remark at the Texas Jersey ca tie
club picnic on the wonderful M. J.
(!eo"!?e i'arra near Hand lev on the 81h
of July that the first Jersey he ever
owned was when he traded an old
fashioned high wheeled bicycle for a
Jersey coIf. That was more than
thirty years ago and he said he had
never regretted making the trade.
Captain John D. Page of McKinney
is one of the early Texas Jersey
breeders. He was one of the first
men in Collin County to own a reg-
istered Jersey cow. \
Nora of Elmhurst 390836 in Pecan Grove Dairy Sale
The. Cream is thick in Collin Coun-
ty. We have many high class breed-
ers of the Jersey. Some of them who
are members of the Collin County
Pun-bred Livestock Association of
which Pecr.n drove Dairy is a charter
Sterling Stiff, Melissa; H. N. John-
ston, McKirncy; J. W. Wilmeth, Mc-
Kinney Route 4; I W. Powell, Mc-
Kinney route 1; T. II Cunningham,
McKinney; Graves Bros., McKlnnev
iio'iitr* 1; J. L Todd, McKinney; John
K. Wilson, Princeton; W. M. Gibson,
elisra; V. ' oft ice, Melissa; J. Ii.
Craves, Melissa; Joe H. Wilcox, Mc-
Kinney; J. W. Diivdson. McKinney,
Route 1; Dr. A T. Bryant, McKin.iey;
I. R. Dillovv McKinney: J. L Gibson.
Melissa; 1. P. Dixon, Anna; G. O.
Cate, McKinney Route 3; Dan Scott,
Anna; J. Al. Slaughter, Melissa; Fred
C. Denton, Melissa; Don O. Davis,
Melissa; W. T. Monnl. McKinney; G.
W. Moore, Melissa; Joe C. Moore. Me-
Kinney Route 3; Wilbur Medgooxrv
Piano; A G. Bryant. Frisco; D. K.
Marris, McKinney Route 3; R. A.
t.ong, Melissa; A. R. Richardson.-
Frisco; Geo. P. Bryant, Frisco; A- P.
Rogers, Frisco; Ot's Rober&on & Son
Frlfico; Claude Foster, McKinney
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Mayse, A. G. (Pat). The Southern Jerseyite (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 28, 1920, newspaper, October 28, 1920; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth192238/m1/1/: accessed April 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.