Publication: 1895, NP
8 1/2" x 11 1/2" broadside printed in black on yellow paper. Frank Dart, who had recently left the Campbell Commission Company to join Rice Bros. & Nixon as a commission salesman to sell livestock. He describes in the brochure the integrity of his new employer along with the level of zeal that he and other Rice Bros. & Nixon agents will provide to ensure their customers are represented in the finest manner to achieve the best money for their livestock. He says in part, "Every man connected with Rice Bros. & Nixon is right in the prime of life and full of energy and we shall work with renewed vigor to see how well we can do for our friends in the trade and if we have your patronage hope to do so well by you that we will merit your recommending us to your friends, for we shall never leave a single stone unturned in our efforts to make you money and please you in every little particular." Fine copy suitable for framing.
Inventory Number: 23683