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June 30, 1918

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Federal trade commission hearings into the quality of meat being provided to Camp Travis find 26 of 10,000 orders were rejected, but the food was found fit for civilian consumption. Maricopa County Arizona has sent another 31 men to Camp Cody, and has exceeded its Class 1 quota.

"Hens Rejected for Camp Sold in Civil Life," Arizona Republican, Phoenix, Arizona, June 30, 1918. Page 1, Column 1.

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