Free Milk Cow, 10 Head of Pigs...Attica is a Good Place to Trade
Broadside, 15 x 21 inches, on newsprint. Folded for mailing, with address, stamp, and postmark (as well as a few unrelated calcultions in pencil) on verso. Very good. Undated, but the list of participants at the bottom puts it in the 1920s. A somewhat unusual Christmas promotion from a local merchants' organization, offering a dairy cow and/or ten pigs, apparently by raffle, with tickets acquired via purchases at local businesses. Attica is located in south central Kansas, near the Oklahoma border. The population in 1920 was about 750 people and apparently it was safe to assume most of them had room for some extra livestock.