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ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY BUREAU OF ORDER AND FOOD PRODUCTS REDUCES COST OF LIVING ASK FOR BOOKLET MONEY ORDERS THIS SYSTEM FOR SMALL REMITTANCES EXCELS ALL OTHERS FOR SAFETY, ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE TRAVELERS' CHEQUES PAYABLE ALL OVER THE WORLD USED AS INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY FOREIGN REMITTANCES BY DRAFTS OR MONEY ORDERS AT MARKET RATES FOREIGN DEPARTMENT SUPERIOR SERVICE FOR SHIPMENTS ABROAD UNIFORM EXPRESS RECEIPT ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY RECEIVING FORM 23 JUNE, 1915 NON-NEGOTIABLE RECEIPT 3/19/17 Received from Seligmann subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date hereof, 70 ST - 5 AVE 1-Box Property covered by this receipt accepted subject to delay. value herein stated and warranted by shipper to be (See foot note) Dollars. not exceeding 50.00 Consigned to H.P. Bingham at 1955 E 93 [[St]] Cleveland Ohio Charges Collect which the Company agrees to carry upon the terms and conditions printed on the back hereof, to which the shipper agrees, and as evidence thereof, accepts and signs this receipt. Jacques Seligmann Shipper. [[R. Anderson 2045]] For the Company. NOTE - The Company's charge is based upon the character of the property, of which its value is an element, and its value must be declared in writing by the shipper unless its character is otherwise disclosed. When goods are hidden from view by wrapping, boxing or other means and the company is not notified of the character thereof, the shipper's declaration of value may be made by notation, "not exceeding $50.00" or "not exceeding $50.00 or 50 cents per pound, actual weight."
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