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J.P. Bottling Co. New York, Registered Contents 28 oz.
Dixie Rock Sparkling Water Bottled by Try-Me Bottling Co.
Y. Rover, 364 E. 10th ST, NY capacity 26 oz. (goat)
Max Scarbnick, 304 E. 5th St. N.Y. (Kettle)
Max Scarbnick, 304 E 5th St N.Y. (Kettle)
Nathan Zipper, New York (emblem)
John Morgan 314 to 316 11th Ave, 25 c deposit on return of Siphon (emblem)
Benjamin Pickholz NY Registered contents 25 oz.
M. Senserlicht New york
David Chipkin New York (emblem)
Seltzer Bottle
Pioneer Bottling Co. Inc. 27 Downing St. New York City Registered Contents 26 FL. Oz (covered wagon)
Jacob Izsak 352 E 3rd St. New York Registered (emblem)
S. Krain New York (Jewish Star)
S. Krain New York (Jewish Star)
A. Bolotzky New York (Lion)
M. Forkas New York Registered (emblem)
Joe Netke 374 76 E. 10th St. N.Y. (symbol)
M Liberman 55 Broome St. N.Y. Capacity 26 oz.
Max Scarbnick 263 E 2nd St. NY Good Health OR-4-0288 (Kettle)
Plate (Hebrew Cong. Virgin Islands)
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