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Langlade County, Wisconsin; Judgments - 1922: Edward Hanke & wife Ida VS. John J. Stuempges & wife


Judgments; Vol. 10, Page 267-269
File Number 98363
In Municipal Court, Langlade County, Wisconsin
   Edward Hanke, and
   Ida Hanke, his wife,
           Plaintiffs,
       -vs-
   John J. Stuempges, and
   Mrs. John J. Stuempges, his wife;
   G.W. Moore, and G.E. Moore,
   Individually and as co-partners,
          Defendants.
At the regular term of the Municipal Court of Langlade County, Wisconsin begun and held in the Court House, in the City of Antigo, in said County and State, on the last Monday of August, A.D. 1922, and on the 27th day of November, A.D. 1922, in said term.
Present and presiding:
Hon. Arthur Goodrick,
Municipal Judge.
    The above entitled action coming on to be heard before the Court without a jury, on the 27th day of November, A.D. 1922, Attorneys Avery & Plantz appearing for the plantiffs, and no one appearing for the defendants or either of them, and due proof having been made and filed that the summons and notice of object of action herein were duly and personally served upon the defendants, John J. Stuempges and Mrs. John J. Stuempges, his wife, on the 11th day of August, 1922, as appears by the sheriff's certificate of service as filed herein, and said defendants, G.W. Moore and G.E. Moore, individually and as co-partners, having appeared in this action by their Attorneys Hay A. White, an said Hay & White having served a notice of retainer and notice of appearance on Avery & Plantz, plaintiffs' attorneys, on the 11th day of August, 1922, and Attorneys Morson & Reinert having served a notice of retainer and notice of appearance for and on behalf of said defendants, John J. Stuempges and Mrs. John J. Stuempges, his wife, and on the 6th day of November, 1922, said plaintiffs, by their attorneys, Avery & Plantz, having served on said attorneys, Morson & Reinert, a regular eight day notice of motion for judgment, the original of which is on file herein, and on the 25th day of November, 1922, said attorneys, Hay & White, on behalf of said defendants, G.W. Moore and G.E. Moore, having entered into stipulation with Avery & Plantz, attorneys for plaintiffs, whereby it was stipulated that judgement could be taken without further notice and without serving the regular eight day notice of motion for judgment, which stipulation is on file herein, and more than twenty days having expired since the service of said summons and notice of object of action on said defendants, John J. Stuempges and Mrs. John J. Stuempges, and more than twenty days having elapsed since the service of the notice of appearance and retainer by Hay & White on behalf of said defendants, G.W. Moore and G.E. Moore, and no answer, or demurrer having been received by plaintiffs or their attorneys, as appears by the affidavit of no answer on file herein, and it further appearing that none of the defendants is an infant, an incompetent, or in the military or naval service of the United State, and the complaint having been duly filed August 11th, A.D. 1922, and the filing fees having been prepaid, and due notice of the pendency of this action having been filed in the office of the Register of deeds of Langlade County, Wisconsin, after filing of the complaint as aforesaid, and on the 11th day of August, A.D. 1922, at 11:30 o'clock A.M., in Volume 2 of Lis Pendens, on page 3, and are made to the plaintiffs or to anyone for their use on account of the demand set forth is the complaint herein, and other proofs having been submitted by the plaintiffs in open court in support of all the allegations of said complaint, and it appearing that all the allegations of said complaint are true.
    It Is Ordered And Adjudged:
    1. That all the allegations of the complaint herein are proven and true.
    2. That on the 26th day of April, 1920, the plaintiffs, being the owners of the premises hereinafter described, entered into a written contract to sell and convey the said to the defendant, John J. Stuempges, for the sum of $10,500, payable as follows, to-wit: $1,500 at the ensealing and delivery thereof and the sum of $1,000 payable April 26, 1921, and on April 26 of each and every year thereafter, until the full sum of $10,500 was paid together with interest at the rate of 6% per annum, payable April 26 each year.
    3. That it was further provided in and by the terms of said contract that in case said defendant, John J. Stuempges, should fail or neglect to make any payment provided in said contract, at the time when the same became due and payable, or if he violated any of the terms or conditions of said contract, then and in that case the whole of said principal sum then upaid, together with interest thereon as therein provided, would, at the option of said plaintiffs, be deemed to be due and payable in the same manner as if the whole of said principal sum had been made payable at the time of such failure, neglect or violation would occur, and it was further provided in said contract that if said defendant, John J. Stuempges, should fail to make any of the payments of purchase money or interest at the time and in the manner specified in said contract, or should violate any of the provisions of said contract, then and in that case, said agreement would, at the option of said plaintiffs or the mutual agreement of all parties.
    4. That although the sum of $1,000 became due as principal to plaintiffs on said contract on the 26th day of April, 1921, and the sum of $1,000 became due as principal on April 26, 1922, and the sum of $545 became due as interest on April 26, 1922, yet no part of said principal or interest has been paid, except that defendant paid the sum of $125 past due as interest; and that said defendant has neglected and refused to pay said principal so due, or any part thereof, and the balance due for interest for April 26, 1921, to April 26, 1922, in the sum of $425; that on the 22nd day of June, 1922, while the defendant was in default as hereinbefore found, the plaintiffs herein, pursuant to and in conformity with the provisions contained in said contract, elected to declare said contract due and payable forthwith on account of defendant's said defaults, and pursuant thereto, on said date, gave notice in writing of such election and declaration by mailing a copy of said notice to said defendant, who resided on the premises hereinafter described, all in manner and form as required by law.
    5. That the defendant, Mrs. John J. Stuempges, in the wife of John J. Stuempges; that the defendants, G.W. Moore and G.E. Moore, individually and as co-partners, have a lien, interest or claim in, to, or upon said premises by reason of a judgement rendered in the Municipal Court of Langlade County, Wisconsin, against said defendant, John J. Stuempges, which lien is subject to the rights of the plaintiffs.
    6. That the plaintiffs have at all times been ready and willing to perform their part of said contract.
    7. That thereafter, and while the defendant was still in default, the plaintiffs commenced this action for the strict foreclosure of said contract, and now, at the time of the trial of said action, there is justly due and owing to the plaintiffs from said defendant upon said contract the sum of $9,000 principal, together with the sum of $650 interest.
    It is further ordered and adjudged, that the above named defendants, John J. Stuempges, Mrs. John J. Stuempges, his wife, G.W. Moore and G.E. Moore, individually and as co-partners, and all persons claiming under them or either of them, subsequent to the filing of the notice of pendency of this action, be foreclosed and barred of any and all right, lien, claim, interest or equity of redemption in and to the premises described in said complaint, which premises consist of that real estate lying and being in Langlade County, State of Wisconsin, particularly described as the SW1/4 of S35, T31N R12E, with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, after the expiration of sixty days from service on each of them or their attorneys, of the notice of the entry of this judgement, unless the defendants pay or cause to be paid into court the sum of $9,665 and interest thereon at 6% per annum from the date of this judgement to the date of such payment, together with the costs and disbursements of this action, taxed at $66.25.
    That upon such payment duly made within such period, the defendants, John J. Stuempges and Mrs. John J. Stuempges, will be entitled to a conveyance of said premises from the plaintiffs according to the terms of the contract, set forth in the complain.
    That in default of such payment herein authorized, the title to said premises be confirmed in the plaintiffs, their heirs, administrators and assigns forever, discharged of all right, lien, claim, interest, or equity of redemption of said defendants or any or either of them, or of any person claiming by, through or under them or either of them, since the filing of the notice of pendency of this action as aforesaid; that until the said defendants shall have redeemed the said premises as herein required, the said defendants, John J. Stuempges and Mrs. John J. Stuempges, his wife, their agents, servants, tenants, and employees, do absolutely desist and refrain from committing and permitting waste upon said premises or any part thereof, either by removing or damaging buildings or fences thereon, or by cutting down and removing forest products therefrom, or by any other acts of waste or damage to the premises.
    That in the event of failure to redeem the premises as aforesaid within the time aforesaid the said plaintiffs have possession as aforesaid, and that the defendants, John J. Stuempges and Mrs. John J. Stuempges, his wife, deliver and wield up possession thereof.
    That the plaintiffs do have and recover of the defendant, John J. Stuempges, the sum of $65.25, the costs and disbursements of this action.
    Let a copy of this judgement be recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Langlade County, State of Wisconsin.
    Dated at Antigo, Wisconsin, November 29th, A.D. 1922.
By the Court: Arthur Goodrick, Municipal Judge.
    Edward Hanke, et al,
        vs
    John J. Stuempges, et al,

Mr. and Mrs. Gust Martin Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Antigo Daily Journal
Thursday, August 1, 1957; page 5

Mr. and Mrs. Gust Martin Celebrate 50th Anniversary

   Mr. and Mrs. Gust Martin of Polar, who were married fifty years July 23 were guests at a surprise dance given for them July 27 at the Polar country club. Music was furnished by the Phil Fleischmann orchestra and lunch was served.
   Mr. and Mrs. Martin were married July 23, 1907 by the Rev. Griese at  St. Peter's Lutheran church at Polar. Mrs. Hattie Shank and Carl Summ of route 2, members of the original wedding party, were present for the dance.
   Mrs. Martin, the former Marie Summ, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Summ of Antigo, was born July 23, 1873 (Incorrect! 1883), in Antigo. Gust Martin, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Martin, was born in Germany June 21, 1872 (Incorrect! 1882), and came to Polar with his parents as a child. Since their marriage, the Gust Martins have lived on a farm in Polar.
   The couple had six children, of which a son Harold is deceased. They are: Mrs. Ewald Flemming of Bryant; Mrs. James McMorrow of Honolulu, Hawaii; Leonard Martin of Cudahy; Marlow Martin of Waukesha; and Oscar Martin of Antigo; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
   Among the gifts they received were two bouquets of orchids from their daughter in Hawaii.
   The 250 guests attended from Pearson, Bryant, Antigo, White Lake, Polar, Cudahy, Waukesha and Chicago, Ill.

Antigo Daily Journal: Two Daughters Die Within One Week; 09 Apr 1921

Antigo Daily Journal
09 Apr 1921; Page 5

TWO DAUGHTERS DIE
WITHIN ONE WEEK

FATHER ATTENDING FUNERAL
OF ONE WHILE OTHER WAS
DYING AT HOSPITAL

   Miss Agnes Stuempges, who was operated on for appendicitis March 31, died yesterday at the Antigo Hospital. She was born April 2, 1902, at Coon Valley and live there until she was fourteen years old, when her parents went to live at Westby. She resided at Westby up to last fall when she went to live with her parents on a farm near Polar.
   Those who survive are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stuempges, six brothers, Louis Stuempges of Baker, Montana, Walter of Aberdeen, S.D., Adolph, Edward, Herman and Erwin of Polar and two sister, Vivian and Bernice, also of Polar.
   The father and one of her brothers had been called to Coon Valley by the death of another daughter, Mrs. Joseph Stromstad, who died from pneumonia on April 1. They were notified that Miss Stuempges' condition had become critical and the brother returned. Mr. Stuempges returned later, but did not arrive until yesterday, too late to see his daughter alive.
   The funeral services will be held from St. Peter's church at Polar, Tuesday afternoon.

Obituary of Wilhelm Flemming; 11 Nov 1893

Langlade County Special
11 November 1893; Page 1

Wm. Flemming Sr. of the town of Polar died last Saturday. Cause of death dropsy. The funeral services were held at the Lutheran church in Polar Tuesday.

Surname Saturday #23: Hovis/Hoffman (Illegitimate Line)

This has been an extremely difficult line to research. But, thanks to a very helpful lead from a newly found cousin a few years ago, I was able to knock down a brick-wall and find a wealth of information. Here is what I know on this family:

1. Ellen P. Hovis
b. 04 Mar 1824, Lincoln County, North Carolina
d. 1870/1880, Carroll County, Mississippi
m1. Robert Caneda/Kenedy; 23 Jan 1840, Lincoln County, North Carolina
m2. William S. Martin; 02 Sep 1845, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Margaret E. Kenedy, b. abt 1841, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Mary C. Martin, b. abt 1846, Gaston County, North Carolina
*Elmira Terissa Martin, b. 28 Jan 1848, Gaston County, North Carolina
*Samuel Christopher Columbus Martin, b. 02 Feb 1850, Gaston County, North Carolina
*Saliana Martin, b. abt 1854, Gaston County, North Carolina
*John L. Martin, b. Feb 1856, Gaston County, North Carolina
*Nancy Martin, b. abt 1858, Gaston County, North Carolina
*Ollie M. Martin, b. abt 1860, Mississippi

2. Jonas Hoyle Hoffman
b. abt 1788, Lincoln County, North Carolina
d. 1829, Lincoln County, North Carolina
m1. Mary Costner; abt 1813, Lincoln County, North Carolina
m2. Mary "Polly" Hovis; NOT MARRIED
*Eli Hoffman, b. 30 Feb 1814, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Michael Hoffman, b. 28 Dec 1816, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Jacob W. Hoffman, b. 10 Nov 1818, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Jonas Hoffman, b. 20 Jun 1820, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Ephraim Hoffman, b. 01 Jul 1822, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Ellen P. Hovis, (above) ILLEGITIMATE WITH MARY "POLLY" HOVIS
*Miles Hoffman, b. 12 Jul 1825, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*John McLean Hoffman, b. 10 May 1827, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Lanie Salena Hoffman, b. 01 Apr 1829, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Anna Mary Hoffman, b. 01 Apr 1829, Lincoln County, North Carolina

3. John Hoffman "Rich John", Revolutionary War soldier
b. abt 1760, Germany
d. 24 Sep 1832, Lincoln County, North Carolina
m. Margaret Hovis; abt 1785, probably Lincoln County, North Carolina.
*John Hoffman, b. abt 1786, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Jonas Hoyle Hoffman, (above)
*Catharine Hoffman, b. Jan 1790, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Jacob Hoffman, b. abt 1792, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Elizabety "Betsy" Hoffman, b. 01 Jun 1794, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Daniel Hoffman, b. 21 Jun 1797, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Joseph Hoffman, b. abt 1800, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Adam Hoffman, b. abt 1802, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Susanna Hoffman, b. abt 1804, Lincoln County, North Carolina
*Peter Hoffman, b. 10 Mar 1808, Lincoln County, North Carolina

4. Jacob Hoffman (speculative information)
b. abt 1716, Germany
d. abt 1789, probably North Carolina

Warranty Deed: 10 Jun 1891; G. W. Washburn to Gustave Martin, in Langlade County, Wisconsin


Warranty Deed, Vol. ?, Page 581
  This indenture, made this 10th day of June in the year of our Lord 1891 between G. W. Washburn and Sarah P. his wife of Winnebago County, Wis. parties of the first part, and Gustave Martin of Langlade County, Wisconsin party of the second part,
  Witnesseth, that the said parties of the first, for and in consideration of the sum of $400, to him in hand paid, by the said party of the second part, the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged; have given, granted, bargained, sold, remised, released, aliened, conveyed and confirmed, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, remise, release, alien, convey and confirm, unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns forever, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Langlade, and State of Wisconsin, to-wit:
  The East half of the South West quarter of section fourteen, Township 31 North, of Range 12 East.
  Together with all the singular the Hereditaments and Appurtenaces thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining; and all the estate, right, title, interest, claim or demand whatsoever of the said party of the first part, either in law or equity, either in possession or expectancy of, in and to the above bargained premises and their Hereditaments and Appurtenaces. To have and to hold the said premises as above described, with the Hereditaments and Appurtenances, unto the said party of the second part, and to his heirs and assigns forever.
  And the said G. W. Washburg for himself and his heirs, executors and administrators, does covenant, grant, bargain and agree, to and with the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, that at the time of ensealing and delivery of these presents he is well seized of the premises above described, as of a good, sure, perfect, absolute and indefeasible estate of inheritance in the law, in fee simple, and that the same are free and clear from all incumbrances whatever and that the above bargained premises, in the quiet and peaceable possession of the said part of the second part his heirs and assigns, against all and every person or persons lawfully claiming the whole or any part thereof he will forever Warrant and Defend. Except taxes of any assessed against said land since July 01, 1887- which the party of the second part is to pay.
  In witness whereof, the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
  Signed, Sealed and Delivered In Presence Of: John W. Hume; P. Edward
G. W. Washburn, seal
Sarah P. Washburn, seal
  State of Wisconsin
  County of Winnebago; ss. be it remebered that on the 1st day of July 1891
personally came before me, the above named G. W. Washburgn and Sarah P. his wife to me known to be the person who executed the above deed for acknowledged the same to be free act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
  Received for Record at 2o'clock pm.
  June 27, A.D. 1891, Jno. H. Menting, Register
  John W. Hume, Notary Public, Wisconsin

Obituary #2 of Auguste (Lübke) Martin

Antigo Daily Journal; 31 Oct 1938, page 7
   Mrs. Augusta Martin
       Funeral Services for Mrs. Augusta Martin, who passed away on October 19 were held Sunday, October 23 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Polar. The Rev. Harold T. Rasmussen officiated. Internment was in the Polar cemetery.
       The pallbearers were Louis Hogelee, Peter Anderson, Gust Johnson, Henry Lade, Robert Kirsch, and Henry Brandt. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, and Miss Anita Martin of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Otto of Antigo, Henry Kipke of Manawa, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lembke of Sheboygan, Mrs. Ella Johnson and son, Richard, of New London, Mrs. Minnie Becker, and William Klingbeil of Bear Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt of Pearson.

Obituary #1 of Auguste (Lübke) Martin

Antigo Daily Journal; 20 Oct 1938, page 7
   Mrs. Augusta Martin
       Mrs. Augusta Martin, 85, a resident of the town of Polar for the past 50 years, died early last evening at the Memorial hospital, where she has been a patient since last Sunday, when she fell and broke her leg.
       Before her marriage Augusta Lubke, Mrs. Martin was born in Germany in 1853 on Nov. 29. She was married in Germany and in 1883 they came to the United States, settling near Beaver Dam. Five years later they came to Langlade county, making their home in the town of Polar, where they have lived since. Mr. Martin died in 1934.
       Surviving her are three sons, Otto of the town of Polar; Gustav of the town of Polar; and William, of the town of Polar, with whom she made her home. One daughter, Alvina, Mrs. Henry Kipke of Polar preceded her in death in 1908. A daughter, Anna, passed away in infancy, and a son, Carl, at the age of five.
       Mrs. Martin was a member of St. John's Lutheran church of Polar and was an active member of the Ladies' Aid of that church.
       Funeral services will be held at 2o'clock Sunday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church with the Rev. H. T. Rasmussen as the officiant. Interment will be in the Polar cemetery. The body will lie in state at the William Martin home in the town of Polar.

Will: 07 Oct 1933; Gustav Martin, in Polar, Langlade County, Wisconsin


Written on October 7, 1933
     KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I Gustav Martin of the Town of Polar, Langlade County, Wisconsin, do make this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
     1.  I give, devise and bequeath to my son William Martin a note and mortgage executed by Walter Stuempges and Sylvia Stuempges his wife in the amount of $700.00 dated January 25, 1932, said note being secured by a real estate mortgage of even date on the following described premises:   "Commencing at the Center Stake of Section Fifteen in Township Thirty One North, of Range Twelve East, thence east twenty three feet, thence south nine rods and three feet,- thence east thirty four and one half (34 1/2) rods, thence north nine rods and three feet, thence west thirty four and one half (34 1/2) rods, to place of beginning, being a part of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NW 1/4 SE 1/4) of Section Fifteen (15) IN Township and Range Aforesaid"   which was recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Langlade County, Wisconsin, on the 27th day of January, A. D. 1932 at 8:30 o'clock A. M. and recorded in Volume 181 of mortgages on page 129 as document number 121149.
     2.  I hereby nominate and appoint my son William Martin the executor of this my last will and request that he be not required to give a surety or sureties upon his official bond or that he be required to give no bond.
     3.  I make no provisions in this my last will and testament for my son Otto Martin and Gustav Martin Jr. for the reason that they have been provided for during my life time.
     4.  I have also made no provisions in this my last will for my debts and funeral expenses as the same are to be paid by my son Otto Martin under a bond of support heretofore executed by said Otto Martin.
     In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 7th day of October, A. D. 1933.

Warranty Deed: 11 Nov 1905; Gustav & Augusta Martin to Otto Martin, in Langlade County, Wisconsin


Warranty Deed; Vol ?, Page 319
We Gustav Martin and Augusta Martin, his wife of the Town of Polar, Langlade Co, Wis. grantors of Langlade County, Wisconsin hereby CONVEY AND WARRANT to Otto Martin grantee of Langlade County, Wisconsin, for the sum of $6,000, the following tract of land in LANGLADE COUNTY, State of Wisconsin,
The East half of the South West quarter of Section 14, Township 31 North, Range 12 East;
also all horses, cattle  and other live stock now on said farm also all farm machinery thereon, also all wagons, baggies, sleighs and other articles, in fact all persona property on said premises, except the household furniture, utensils and now in the old dwelling house on said premises, occupied by said grantors and their personal belongings
Witness, the hands and seals of said grantors this 11th day of November 1905
In Presence Of
W. F. White
H. J. Seaman
Gustav Martin, seal
Augusta Martin, seal
State of Wisconsin
County of Langlade
Personally came before me this 11th day of November, 1905, the above named Gustav Martin and Augusta Martin his wife, to me known to the persons who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same.
Received for Record the 14th day of November, A.D. 1905, at 3:20pm.
Wm. Reader, Register
W.F. White, Court Commissioner, in and for Langlade County, Wis.

Satisfaction Of Mortgage: 13 Oct 1891; Gustav & Augusta Martin, in Langlade County, Wisconsin


Satisfaction Of Morgage, Vol 12, page 280
Mortgage bearing date 27 Jun 1891 executed by Gustave Martin and Augusta Martin his wife to S. E. Leslie and by him assigned to me which said morgage was duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds in the county of Langlade in the State of Wisconsin, on the 27th day of June A. D. 1891, at 2:30pm, in Vol 21 of Mortgage, on page 257 and do hereby release the same and all my right, title and interest, in and to the premises therein described and to the Register of said is hereby authorized to enter this Satisfaction of Record.
Dated at Brillion this 13th day of October 1895
Wit: A. H Werner
Wit: J. J. Radloff

Mortgage: 27 Jun 1891; Gustav & Augusta Martin, in Langlade County, Wisconsin

Mortgage; Vol. 21, page 257
This indenture, made this 27th day of June in the year of our Lord 1891 between Gustav Martin and Augusta Martin, his wife, of Langlade County, Wisconsin parties of the first part, and S. E. Leslie of Antigo, Wisconsin parties of the second part,
Witnesseth, that the said part of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of $250, to them in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowleged, haved granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto the said part of the second, and to heirs and assigns forever, all that certain tract-piece-or parcel-of land situated, lying and being in the county of Langlade, State of Wisconsin and particularly described as follows, to wit: The East half of the South West quarter of Section 14 in Township 31 North, of Range 12 East, containing 80 acres more or less according to Goernment Survey.
To have and to hold, the above bargained premises, with the appurtenances, unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns forever. Provided always, and these presents are upon the express condition, that if the said Gustav Martin and Augusta Martin parties of the first part, their heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, shall well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, to the said party of the second part his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns the sum of $250 three years after date, at office of Schintz and Hogan in Antigo, Wisconsin, with interest payable annually at the rate of 10% per annum until paid according to the condition of one certain promissary note bearing even date herewith, executed by Gustav Martin and Augusta Martin, the said parties of the first part, to the said part of the second part, as collateral security, then these presents and the said promissary note shall cease and be null and void.
And the said Gustav Martin and Augusta Martin do further covenant and agree that they will pay taxes and assessments of every nature that may be assessed on said premises, previous to the day appointed in pursuance of any law of the State for the sale of land for taxes. And also will pay the sum of $35 as solicitor's fees, in case of forclosure of this mortgage, by reason of the non-performance of any of the conditions hereof by said parties of the first part. And in the case of the non-payment of said sum, or any part thereof, at the time or times above limited for the payment thereof, or in case of the non-payment of any taxes that may be assessed on said premises in mannor aforesaid, then and in either case, it shall or may be lawful for the said party of the second part his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, and the said parties of the first part do hereby covenant and agree, and by these presents empower and authorize the said party of the second part his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, to grant, bargain, sell, release and convey the said premises, with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, at Public Auction or Vendue, and on such sale to make and execute to the purchaser or purchasers, his, her or their heirs and assigns forever, good, ample and sufficient DEEDS OF CONVEYANCE in the law, pursuant to the statue in such case made and provided; and out of the moneys arising from such sale, to retain the principal and interest which shall the be due on the said promissary note together with the costs and charges, and the said sum of $35, solicitor's fees as aforesaid, rendering the surplus moneys, if any there be, to the said parties of the first part, their heirs, executors, adminstrators or assigns, after deducting the cost of such Vendue as aforesaid.
In witness whereof, the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hand and seal the day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and Delivered in Presence of: George Shintz, T. W. Hogan
Gustav Martin, Seal
Auguste Martin, seal
State of Wisconsin
County of Langlade
SS. be it remembered that on the 27th day of June 1891
Personally came before me, the above named Gustav Martin and Auguste Martin his wife to me known to be in the person who executed the foregoing mortgage and acknowledged the execution thereof to be their free act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
Received for Record at 2:30pm, June 27th, A.D. 1891, Jno. H. Menting, Register.
T.W. Hogan, Notary Public, Wisconsin