That looks like a #1708 in the red book that someone put the wrong type of closure on, should have a zinc band and glass lid. Nice find :) :)
As an additional, made by Hazel glass co. washington pennsylvania
the blue one is a #1920 in the red book and a great jar, the second could be a #2510-1 listed at 25-35 in the book. The third if its a pint looks like a # 1103 but hard to tell the color from the pics anywhere from 15-60 depending
The Red Book is one of the major references for fruit / canning jars. These jars according to the book "came in a box of 12, each box had one plastic screw-on cap with spout and attached tiny cover for spout" most likely for juice or some such. Juice decanter is what was on the box :D :D:D
10-15 years ago got this jewel at an estate sale (under 5 bucks) is rare variant.
Quart, smooth base, applied sloping double collar, this is the V-17A (Don Tucker's classification)variant, where the earth the Squaw is standing on extends BEYOND the oval. and is rated SCARCE ...