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Registered Aug 3, 1926. 
Trade-Mark 216,240

United States Patent Office.
Advance Aircraft Company, Of Troy, Ohio, And Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Act of March 19, 1920.

Application filed June 5, 1926. Serial No. 232,746.

WACO

STATEMENT.
To the Commissioner of Patents:
Advance Aircraft Company, a corporation duly organized under the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and located with its plant for production at Troy, Ohio, home office at Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and doing business at South Union Street, Troy, Ohio, has adopted and used the trade-mark shown in the accompanying drawing, for AIRPLANES AND PARTS AND EQUIPMENT THEREFOR, in Class No. 19 Vehicles, not including engines, and presents herewith five specimens showing the trade-mark as actually used by the applicant upon the goods and requests that the same be registered in the United States Patent Office in accordance with the act of March 19, 1920.
The trade-mark has been continuously used and applied to said goods in applicant's business since January, 1920.
The trade-mark is applied or affixed to the goods by painting thereon the design of the same, or by placing thereon a fabricated label on which the trade-mark is impressed and shown.
The mark has been in bona fide use for not less than one year in interstate commerce by the applicant.
ADVANCE AIRCRAFT COMPANY,
By Elwood J. Junkin,
President

[[Following in white script ink, bottom of page]]
Mrs. E.J. Junkin, nearing Janet's birth
E.J. Junkin, in bed with endocarditis from Fifth March, 1926, insisted CJ Bruckner get this Trade-Mark registered so every time "Waco" is used the money will take care of HER and the children - 
(meant Geo. C. Weaver (Buddie) & unborn Janet [[Ira/]] Junkin 
Grace Brewer R.N. paramour of C.J.B., kept saying when I asked about money - "If [[illegible]] that baby[[the rest is illegible]]"



STATEMENT.

To the Commissioner of Patents: 
  Advance Aircraft Company, a corporation duly organized under the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and located with its plant for production at Troy, Ohio, home office at Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and doing business at South Union Street, Troy, Ohio has adopted and used the trade-mark shown in the accompanying drawing, for AIRPLANES AND PARTS AND EQUIPMENT THEREFOR, in Class No. 19, Vehicles, not including engines, and presents herewith five specimens showing the trade-mark as actually used by the applicant upon the goods and requests that the same be registered in the United States Patent Office in accordance with the act of March 19, 1920. 
  The trade-mark has been continuously used and applied to said goods in applicant’s business since January, 1920.
  The trade-mark is applied or affixed to the goods by painting thereon the design of the same, or by placing thereon a fabricated label on which the trade-mark is impressed and shown.
  The mark has been in bona fide use for not less than one year in interstate commerce by the applicant.

ADVANCE AIRCRAFT COMPANY,
By ELWOOD J. JUNKIN,
President.

Mrs. E.J. Junkin, nearing Janet's birth
E.J. Junkin, in bed with endocarditis from Feb to Mrch 1926, insisted CJ Brukner get the Trade-Mark registered so "every-time "Waco" is used the money will take care of HER and the children - 
(meant Geo. C. Weaver (Buddie) + newborn Janet
Grace Brewer R.N. of CJB kept saying HM Junkin when I asked about [[?]]

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