Larry Fief received title to the Mercedes 2002 automobile with VIN: WDBKK49F82F2622 18.
Clay County National Bank seeks a judgment of $135,905.19 plus interest, fees and costs from Neale L. Brummet Jr. et al, Miltonvale.
Capital One Bank (USA). N.A. received a judgment of $744.88 plus interest and costs from Laurie C. Baldwin, Miltonvale.
Scott R. Condray received a judgment of $8,652.22 plus interest and costs from Jessica White Dahl, Belleville.
Tom's Music House Inc. received a judgment of $577.17 plus interest and costs from Jennifer Couse, Plainville.
The case of Scott R. Condray vs. Heath Waite, Concordia, has been dismissed with pejudice.
The case of Midland Funding vs. Kristina Hillman, Concordia, has been dismissed with prejudice.
The case of Tom's Music House Inc. vs. Brandy Franklin, Fairbury, Neb., has been dismissed with prejudice.
The case of Farmway Co-op Inc. vs. Melissa Somers, Concordia, has been dismissed without prejudice.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $250 plus interest and costs from Lindsey Eakins, Clyde.
Kansas Gas Service seeks a judgment of $781.20 plus intrest and costs from Karen J. Eubanks, Concordia.
Concordia Homestore seeks a judgment of $602.23 plus interest and costs from Jose Mares dba Mares Roofing & siding, Concordia.
Gallagher Plumbing and Heating Inc. receives a judgment of $525 plus $81.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Ron Denk, Clyde.
Melissa LeDuc received a judgment of $325 plus $61.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Anthony Keazer, Concordia.
Timmons Properties received a judgment of $1,679 plus $81.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Rea Emmel, Concordia.
Barbara A. Cox received a judgment of $450 plus $61.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from John and Joyce Hood, Concordia.
Jewell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling received a judgment of $90.18 plus $61.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Jamie Lynn, Concordia.
Jewell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling received a judgment of $259.19 plus $81.50 costs and 12 percent per annum interest from Jim Lynn and Anita Lynn, Concordia.
The case of Gallagher Plumbing & Heating Inc. vs. Ray Germann, Agenda, has been dismissed with prejudice.
The case of Susan Sterling vs. Jessica Anderson, Concordia, has been dismissed.
Gallagher Plumbing and Heating seeks a judgment of $43.07 from Steve & Maxine Pinnell, Clyde.
All Case Types
The following people received fines for speeding: Kirk L. Cool, Alex B. Hamilton, Kaleigh Kurowski, Caleb J. Saathoff, Nathan T.P. Sampson, Gary W. Sjogren, Brian D. Zimmerman, $143; George M. Omwenga, Richard Thomas Peterson, $149; Eric M. Seitz, $155.
The following people received $10 fines for failure to wear seat belt: Shirley Lee Davis, charity L. Dewey, Tracey L. Stuchlik, Zacharin jE. Workman.
Receiving fines for other violations were: Leah A. Brown, driving while canceled/suspended/revoked, second or subsequent conviction, $298; Alan M. Parsons, driving under the influence, second conviction, $1,448; James L. Sjogren, connecting and safety equipment of towing vehicles, $128; Amber L. Wogomon, disorderly conduct, unkown circumstance (12-17-12).
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
BY H.E. SMITH
My Night in A Stage Coach
“There was a boy brought me here. Where is he?” “He is here too.” The voice that said it was husky with tears, and the hand that held mine shook. “Has he been ill, too?” “Yes!” “Is he better now?” “He will never be ill again.” I looked into the face of the woman who said this, and I saw that her eyes were red with weeping.
I disengaged the hand she held, and turned my face to the wall. The woman laid her hand upon my arm. “You must not feel like that. It is better so. He had only one friend, and he is with him this beautiful Christmas morning. He had no home here. It is Christmas day, and he is at home there.” I took in mine the comforting hand that lay upon my arm.
“I would like to see him” I said. “He gave his life for me.” They took me down afterward to what had been the family sitting room. There were warm, red curtains at the windows; a bright glowing carpet on the floor; there were bunches of holly and laurel scattered here and there, and over all was the atmosphere of home.
They left me at the door, I went in, and stood by the side of the couch on which they had laid him. The eyes of tender blue were closed forever, the yellow hair was parted over the boyish brows, and still about the brave, sweet mouth the bright smile played as it did at the first moment of our meeting, when my implied doubt of him called it there. He lay before me dead, in all the glow and promise of his youth.
But the smile, which triumphed above death’s ruin, rebuked me, and as I stooped to kiss the lips of the beautiful boy, I knew, as well as man could know, that he was not dead; that He who had given more life to the dead girl and the widow’s son had given it also to him; and that he had only gone farther on his journey than I–into a sweeter, fuller, more gracious life than he had ever known. And I also knew that I should see him again if I but only made my own life as brave, unselfish, and true as his had been.
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