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[Three Bank Notes for J. E. M. Yates]

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Three bank notes prepared for J. E. M. Yates. The first acknowledges that J. M. Davis will pay him $15 with an interest rate of 10% per annum as of January 1, 1906. The second note is dated October 1, 1906 and says that P. C. Davis "one year after date, I, we, or either of us, promise to pay...twenty seven and 45/100 Dollars." The third note is dated January 16, 1902 and stipulates that P. C. Davis "On Oct 1st 1902 after date I, we, or, either of us, promise to pay to the order of J. E. M. ...

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3 bank notes ; 9 x 22 cm.

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The M. P. Exline Co. {1902-01-16..1906-10-01}.

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Three bank notes prepared for J. E. M. Yates. The first acknowledges that J. M. Davis will pay him $15 with an interest rate of 10% per annum as of January 1, 1906. The second note is dated October 1, 1906 and says that P. C. Davis "one year after date, I, we, or either of us, promise to pay...twenty seven and 45/100 Dollars." The third note is dated January 16, 1902 and stipulates that P. C. Davis "On Oct 1st 1902 after date I, we, or, either of us, promise to pay to the order of J. E. M. Yates" $18 with ten percent interest.

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3 bank notes ; 9 x 22 cm.

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  • {1902-01-16..1906-10-01}

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  • January 16, 1902 - October 1, 1906

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The M. P. Exline Co. [Three Bank Notes for J. E. M. Yates], text, {1902-01-16..1906-10-01}; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth787764/: accessed March 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting City of Grapevine.