Tuesday, April 29, 2014

$600.00 Cainsville, MO April 10 1942 " For value received we promise to pay to J.T. Axsom and D.O. Axsom or order Six Hundred Dollars in Lawful Money of the United States of America....

with interest thereon in Lawful Money at the rate of 5 percent per annum from date until paid, payable in six installments of not less than $100.00 in anyone payment together with the full amount of interest due on this note at time of payment of each installment. The first payment to be made on the 1st day of Jan. 1943 and a like payment on the 1st day of Jan., each year thereafter until the whole sum, principal and interest had been paid, if any of said installments are not so paid, the whole of said principal, sum, interest to become immediately due and collectible at the option of this note. And in case suit or action is instituted, to collect the note or any portion thereof we (can't read, ink from stamp obscuring...deb)to pay such additional sum as the Court may adjudge reasonable as attorney's fees in said suit of action."
signed Alfred E. Axsom, Mary P. Axsom
top stamp CANCELED Nov 13 1945 OVID SEELEY Recorder
bottom stamp CANCELLED Dec 4 1945 H.K. Barlow Circuit Clerk and Recorder Harrison County, Missouri

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