Dr. Hutt, Cattleman

From the January 11, 1901 Skidmore Standard, page 1:

Dr. J. M. Hutt who went to Kansas City the fore part of last week, returned Friday afternoon with 80 cattle which he placed on his farm west of town. Doctors, as a rule, do not know any more about cattle, and how to buy them, than some other town people, but Dr. Hutt is the exception to the rule.  His knowledge is based on actual experience as a herder on the western plains; for it was by this kind of work that he procured money to attend medical college.  His cattle are just the kind to feed well and net good money.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *