1. Defendant on or about June 1, 1958, executed and delivered to plaintiff a promissory note [in the following words
and figures: (here set out the note verbatim)]; [a copy of which is hereto annexed
as Exhibit A]; [whereby defendant promised to pay to plaintiff or order on June 1, 1959, the sum of ․․․․ dollars with interest thereon at the rate of ․․․․ per cent per annum]. 1
2. Defendant owes to plaintiff the amount of said note and interest.
Wherefore plaintiff demands judgment against defendant for the sum of ․․․․ dollars, interest, and costs.
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