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Forms Of Receipts

( Originally Published 1918 )



Receipt in Full

Clinton, Ill., March 10, 19-. Received from Randolph Pike, Two Hundred and Fifty-three Dollars, in Full of All Demands.

CHARLES JOHNSON.

Receipt on Account

Davenport, Iowa, July 1, 19-. Received from Hiram Powers, One Hundred and Seventy five Dollars, on account. CLARENCE WHITE.

Receipt on Particular Account

Carson City, Nev., Aug. 1, 19-. Received from Abner Oglesby, One Hundred and Ninety-five Dollars, to apply on hire of horse.

MARSHALL STRAIT.

Receipt for Rent

Ottumwa, Iowa, May I, 19-.

Received of William Lawrence, Thirty Dollars, in full for rent of residence at 96 Adams Street for the month of May.

JAMES WALTERS, Per WILLIAM STOUT, Agent.

Receipt for Money Advanced on Contract

$1500 St. Louis, Mo., June 14, 19-.

Received from Wm. Rickert Fifteen Hundred Dollars in advance, on a contract to build for him a brick house at No. 2244 Sherman Street, St. Louis.

JAMES R. STEELE.

Receipt for Purchase of a Horse

$150.00 Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 1, 19-.

Received from John Meyer One Hundred and Fifty Dollars for one gray mare, guaranteed to be only four years old, gentle, quiet to ride or drive.

F. M. SCHULTZ.

Receipt for Interest

St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 9, 19-.

Received from James E. Harter One Hundred and Twenty Dollars, for interest to Sept. 1, 1904, on his Bond and Mortgage; receipt to be acknowledged also on the bond. A. L. MERTON, Executor. Rate, 7%. Time, — Months, — Days.

Receipt for Property

Elmira, N. Y., Nov. 10, 19-.

Received from W. L. Peterson the following enumerated articles to be held in trust for him and returned on his demand : One Bicycle, one Gold Ring, and one Rifle.

EDWARD PARKS.

Receipt for Money Paid on Lost Note

$1,000.00 Lincoln, Neb., April 20, 19-.

Received of Charles J. Morrison one thousand dollars, in full payment for a certain note given by said Chas. J. Morrison, dated October 15, 1903, calling for one thousand dollars; which said note is lost, destroyed or mislaid, and this receipt is a guarantee against future demands on account of said note.

SAMUEL W. Goss.

N. B.—Better never lose a note. Warehouse Receipt

(For form of warehouse receipt and a statement of the law regarding them see title Warehousing.)



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