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Nov. 11th - 16th ~ 1912




     Organized 1902.  Located at 8th, Henning and Santa Fe streets.  Plant is 453 feet by 128 feet; is seven stories high and has two basements, giving a total of one-half million feet floor space.  Manufacturers of the most celebrated Sunshine Biscuits, Vassar Chocolates and a general line of crackers, cakes and fine confectionery.  Have 100 office employees, 125 salesmen and 1500 factory employees on pay roll.  Product is sold in Kansas City territory, embracing all or parts of fifteen states.  Has a steady and continuous increase annually sine the business was started.  It is safe to say that Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company's Kansas City factory is the largest combination cracker and candy factory in America, and its facilities for handling business, and also looking after the welfare of its employees are of a standard that can hardly be excelled.  In confirmation of these statements, the factory is open to the inspection of visitors at any time.

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