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14-Mar-1914 Mortgage Drop Head Dixie Sewing Machine

14-Mar-1914 Mortgage 

Drop Head Dixie Sewing Machine.
Original artifact on permanent display at Suttons Corner Frontier Country Store Musuem.

Purchase Money Note and Mortgage
$11.00 - Edison, GA., March-14-1914


On or before Oct. 1st next I (Mattie Foster), we, or either of us promise to pay THE FARMERS' TRADING CO., or order Eleven and no/100 DOLLARS value received, with interest from maturity at 8 per cent.

And as part of the consideration hereof I hereby waive all claim to any exemption of personal property or homestead under the laws of Georgia on this debt until the same is fully paid; and bind my heirs, executors, administrators or assigns not to claim any exemption in the event this debt has to be collected by suit, and agree to pay all expenses incurred in collecting the same, including ten percent. attorney's fees.

This Note being given to said THE FARMERS' TRADING CO., as purchase money for the following described property:

One Drop Head Dixie Sewing Machine

and as a part of this contract and a condition of the sale, it is hereby agreed that the ownership and title of the above described property is to remain in the THE FARMERS' TRADING CO., until this note is fully paid.

And for the further securing of above note I hereby mortgage to THE FARMERS' TRADING CO., their heirs and assigns, the following described property, which I certify to be mine absolute, and upon which I further certify there is no encumbrance whatever:

1 Milch Cow with horne color light brown, about 3 years old, worth about $33.00

Witness: CA Maury

Mattie Foster [SEAL.]

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