Th case of Midland Funding vs. Theresa Credit, Concordia, has been dismissed without prejudice at plaintiff's costs.
Central National Bank received a judgment of $326.59 plus interest and costs from Arthur Douglas, Glasco.
Capital One Bank (USA) NA seeks a judgment of $1,320.69 plus interest and costs from Angela K. Thornton, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $948.50 plus interest and costs from Michelle Treanor, Concordia.
Quit Claim Deeds:
Jason C. Ryals, Edna Charbonneau and Vincent P. Charbonneau to Edna Charbonneau, lots 10 and 11 in block 187 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas.
Damon Christensen and Laura Christensen to Anna Retta Waite, lot 6 in block 177 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas.
Eric C. Andersen and Ramona L. Andersen to Charles A. Andersen trust, Eric C. Andersen, trustee, and Sarah Andersen Higgins, trustee, east half of the east half 4-5-5.
D'Agostin family trust, Craig S. D'Agostin, trustee, and Nancy E. D'Agostin, trustee, to Craig S. D'Agostin and Nancy E. D'Agostin, a tract of land in the northeast quarter 2-6-3 containing 6.38 acres, see record.
Craig S. D'Agostin and Nancy E. D'Agostin to D'Agostin family trust, Craig S. D'Agostin, trustee, and Nancy E. D'Agostin, trustee, a tract of land in the northeast quarter 2-6-3 containing 6.38 acres. See record.
Judy A. Brunkow and Delbert E. Brunkow to Thomas L. Forshee and Catherine J. Forshee, south half northeast quarter 23-7-3. See record.
William A. Gray, Stacey Gray and Kimberly Cochran to Robert C. Champlin, trustee, Roberta J. Champlin, trustee, and Robert and Roberta Champlin revocable trust, north half southeast quarter 21-5-5. See record.
William A. Gray, Stacey Gray and Kimberly Cochran to Robert C. Champlin, trustee, Roberta J. Champlin, trustee and Robert and Roberta Champlin revocable trust, southwest quarter 23-5-5 except right-of-way and except tracts described in record.
William A. Gray aka Bill Gray, Stacey Gray and Kimberly Cochran to John Herbin, part of the southwest quarter 23-5-5 see record.
Cloud County Cooperative Elevator Association Inc. to Cloud County Kansas, tracts in northeast quarter 32-5-3; described in record, bin N5, bin N6, bin N7 bin N8. See record.
Veronica L. Coons fka Veronica L. Barrington and Bruce D. Coons to David L. Shirkey Jr. and Melanie J. Shirkey, lot 1 and 2 in block 152 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Sheriff of Cloud County to Federal National Mortgage Association, all of lot 11 in block 5 in the city of Clyde, Cloud County Kansas.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
BY H.E. SMITH
Serving The Writ
Mr. Grimp colored slightly. "I think you misunderstand me, Brother Butterfield; only used the expression in a general sense, without allusion to you, whom I know to be a man with clear ideas of justice, or else the community had not placed you in so responsible a position."
The Squire's testiness at once dsappeared, the smile came back, and he bowed in complacent acquiescence. "But to return to my business," continued Mr. Grimp. "You doubtless know Mrs. Barney!" "What, widow Barney?" and the complacent look immediately gave place to an unusual flush on the questioner's face.
"Yes, I believe she is a widow. Her husband—poor man—became somewhat involved before he died; but may we hope in a better world he has discovered the things of earth to be but vanity and vexation of spirit. Like us all, Brother Butterfield, he brought nothing into the world, and it is certain he carried nothing out."
"I suppose not, as you got the hull on't," answered the Squire, altogether misinterpreting Mr. Gimp's moralizing. "Ahem! Ah, yes! I presume you allude to the foreclosing of a mortgage I held on his place. It was truly unpleasant for me to do it, but duty to my children, so lately deprived of a mother, impelled me. As the Scripture says, "If any provide not for his own, especially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith and is worse than an infidel."
"Better had some keer for other folks' orphans as well," muttered the Squire; but Mr. Grimp did not hear, and proceeded.
"Well, at the sale of Mr. Barney's place I bought it in and since then I have let Mrs. Barney have it at a nominal rent—at a mere nominal rent, I assure you, Brother Butterfield. It is as about that I have called.
"The long and short on't is she hain't paid the rent and you want her put out?" "Well—yes and no. I wish steps taken in that direction, but not to extremes. I would like the process issued, but have final measures kept in abeyance, as I think the matter may be amicably arranged.
Register of Deeds