Trademark registration number: 150,707
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Registration date: 1922-01-10 online gazette
Class 37 Paper and stationery
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UNITED STATES PATENT o1=1=1cE. TI-IE ALLING AND CORY COMPANY, OF PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. TRADE-MARK FOR PRINTING AND WRITING BOND PAPER. I ACT OF FEBRUARY 20, 1905. 150,'707. _ » Registered Jan. 10, 1922. ‘ Application filed May 4, 1921. Serial No. 147,181. STATEMENT. To all 'wlwmit may oi0˘wem.' Be it known that THE ALLING AND CORY COBIPANY, a corporation duly organized un- der the laws of the State of New York, and located in the city of Pittsburgh, county of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania, and doing business at River Avenue and Alcor Street, in said city, has adopted and used the trade-mark shown in the accompanying drawing, for printing and writing bond paper, in Class No. 37, Paper and stationery. The trade-mark has been continuously used in the business of said corporation since July 1, 1903. The trade-mark is applied or affixed to the goods, or to the packages containing the same by placing. a' watermark thereon in the manufacture thereof or placing thereon a printed label on which the trade-mark is shown. THE ALLING AND CORY COMPANY, By ARTHUR H. SMITH, Vice President and Manager. T HHUMPFW State of Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny, ss: _ARTHUR H. SMrrH, being duly sworn, de- poses and says that he is the .vice president and manager of the corporation, the appli- cant named in the foregoing statement; that he believes the foregoing statement is true; that he believes said corporation is the owner of the trade-mark sought to be reg- istered; that no other person, firm, corpo- ration, or association, to the best of his knowledge and belief, has the right to use said trade-mark in the United States, ,either in the identical form or in any such near resemblance thereto as might be calculated to deceive; that said trade-mark is 'used by said corporation in commerce among the several States of the United States; that the description and drawing presented truly represent the trade-mark ‘sought to be regis- tered; and that the specimens show the trade-mark as actually used upon the goods. ARTHUR H. SMITH. Subscribed and sworn to before me, a no- tary public, this 17th day of March, 1920. [L. s.] CLARENCE F. HILTY, Notary Public.


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