The ABC of Flour

When you buy flour, you naturally want to buy the best — Bulte’s Best Hard Wheat Patent Flour — sold by Barrett, Stoolfer & Owens of Skidmore, Missouri.  From the April 1, 1909 edition of the Skidmore New Era, page 7:

The A B C of Flour.  Bulte's Best Flour, Bulte's Best Hard Wheat Patent.  B stands for Bulte's, Best flour in town.  U stands for users of it all the year 'round.  L stands for less flour it takes to make cake. T stands for trouble you avoid when you bake.  E stands for eaters, who eat it with zest.  S stands for sterling, the quality of Bulte's Best.  B stands for bread made from Bulte's Best.  E stands for Ease with which it stands the test.  S stands for satisfaction for those who use this flour.  T stands for the throng that buys it every hour.  Yours for better bread, Barrett, Stoolfer & Owens.

Bulte’s Best Flour, as sold by Barrett, Stoolfer and Owens, Skidmore, Missouri, in 1909. (Skidmore New Era, April 1, 1909, page 7)

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