The Southern Jerseyite 1920.
The Southern Jerseyite. Vol. 1, No. 1. Published at McKinney, Texas in the interest of Pecan Grove Dairy Sale to be held in McKinney, Thursday, October 28, 1920 and in the interest of more and better Purebred Jerseys.
A. G. (Pat) MAYSE, Editor.
Some High Class Collin County Jersey Breeders.
The cream is thick in Collin County. We have many high class breeders of the Jersey. Some of them who are members of the Collin County Purebred Livestock Association of which Pecan Grove Dairy is a charter member are: Sterling STIFF, Melissa H. N. JOHNSTON, McKinney J. W. WILMETH, McKinney Route 4 J. W. POWELL, McKinney, Route 1 T. H. CUNNINGHAM, McKinney GRAVES Bros., McKinney, Route 1 J. L. TODD, McKinney John K. WILSON, Princeton W. M. GIBSON, Melissa J. W. LOFTICE, Melissa J. H. GRAVES, Melissa Joe H. WILCOX, McKinney J. W. DAVIDSON, McKinney, Route 4 Dr. A. T. BRYANT, McKinney L. R. DILLOW, McKinney J. L. GIBSON, Melissa L. P. DIXON, Anna G. O. CATE, McKinney, Route 3 Dan SCOTT, Anna J. M. SLAUGHTER, Melissa Fred C. DENTON, Melissa Don O. DAVIS, Melissa W. T. HOARD, McKinney G. W. MOORE, Melissa Joe C. MOORE, McKinney, Route 3 Wilbur HEDGCOXE, Plano A. G. BRYANT, Frisco D. E. HARRIS, McKinney, Route 3 R. A. LONG, Melissa A. R. RICHARDSON, Frisco Geo P. BRYANT, Frisco A. P. ROGERS, Frisco Otis ROBERSON & Son, Frisco Claude Foster, McKinney, Route 6.
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 registered Jersey cow.
Col. Jack SPORTSMAN, Auctioneer of McKinney who will work in the ring at Pecan Grove Dairy Sale, Oct. 28th. You are sure to like this big, jovial, clever fellow. [A photograph of Col. Jack SPORTSMAN accompanies this blurb.]
Local Photographer Makes Views of Dairy Cattle.
H. A. L. GREENWOOD, who has been a photographer in McKinney for the past sixteen years, has just finished making some views of a few of the good individuals that go in the Pecan Grove Dairy Jersey auction. The pictures will be given national circulation.
There are photographs of Col. J. Riley GREEN and Mrs. J. Riley GREEN with the following caption:
Col. J. Riley Green [is] one of Pecan Grove Dairy auctioneers and a popular Texas. Mrs. J. Riley Green [is] Secretary [of] Texas Jersey Cattle Club, and clerk of Pecan Grove Dairy Sale.