Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 15, 1927 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 15, 1927
Page 7
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1^ SECTION TWO ; lOLA. KAN.^ THURSDAY EVEXING, DECEMBER 15, 1927. ^ | :—rr^l^^. PAGES fT TO 12. fJ 000 There isn't a business man in lola or a farmer in i lola's Trade Territory that wouldn't do everything in his power to bring to lolai and Allen County an industry having, a yearly payroll of $33,^70, which would expend annually approximately $50,000 in other ways. We Have Such one realizes that such an indiistry benefits each perscm living in or doing business in lola. •I Each employe of any indiistryhasmdney tospend with the merchants, and musit buy pioultry, eggs, niilk and all the prbducts of the f^rnier. D6 We Su^^rt it as The four, lola Bakeries—Otten's Bakeiy, The Perfect Bakery^ The Perfection Bakery and Van Hoozer's Bakjery—constitute just such an industiy. • 1 • Their combined weekly payroll is'3647.50. • • T\vent>^ families are supported in whole or in part by these four bakeries. in lola The taxes paid by the heads of lola's bakeries total mor^ than $2,500 per >rear. Ilia's churches and charitable institutions are liberally supported by tho^e who make our bread. J= The four bakeries iri lola constitute one of the most important businesses in Allen County. . . :. Pigh Quality Dealing There are, therefore, two main~ reasons why Allen County housewives should purchase and Allen County grrocers sliould recommend Tola bak- efy-products: ' 1 " . • 1st. By. so doing you are helping" to i?upport your •communit>% your town, —and everything it stands for. 2nd. " You are pi'oviding your family —or ybur patrons—with tl^e highest quality bakery goods at their best and freshest — at very moderate prices. - • AN IMPORTANT J. During;^ the past few months t];ie price of flour, sugar, shoi-teiling and other ingredients used in'makink bread has greatly increased. • Regardless of these mounting costs of production we have not lowered the quality of bur product. J As a matter of fact, bread has been i sold in lola for several njonths, at a price which i^llo^ the baker no profit, arid ofttimes actually at* a loss. This is an intolerable condition. We must either increase our price or lower ouri standards. • ^ , ' We cannot do the latter. For that reason the price of lola Made i^read next Monday, December 19, will be increased ic PER LOAF Two Mutual The success which has been enjoyed by the lolaj bakeries in the past and which has made ^possible the growth of their business'has been built upon QUALITY^ and |sfeRVICE. Modern equipment,: skilled workmen, the best of ingredients and careful supervision :assure you of the best in bakery goods ^YJ^en you patronize an Ipla baker or purchase his products from your grocer. , _ • ! • 1-.

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