Dominique Jiovonn Hope appeared Aug. 15 and was found Guilty and convicted of Possession of a Hallucinogenic Drug, Marijuana. He was sentenced to 12 months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $158, a fine of $100, an alcohol/drug fee of $40, a probation supervision fee of $60 and all other assessed fees. Defendant was given credit for time served. His sentence was suspended with the Defendant being placed on supervised probation with Court Services for six months following specific terms and conditions.
Gregory L. Wyatt to Harry L. Atwell and Cynthia K. Atwell, all of the southwest quarter 35-8-5.
Eldon R. Trost and Tana M. Trost to Tandy S. Rundus, Conrad E. Trost and Justin S. Trost, all of the southwest quarter 8-6-2, see record; west half northwest quarter and the west half east half northwest quarter 2-7-3, see record.
Gregory L. Hattan, Janice L. Hattan, Mike Hattan, Carla Hattan, Richard Hattan, Patricia Hattan, Susan Hattan, Steven D. Kittrell, Linda Logan, Ronald Logan to Scot E. Henderson and Christina L. Henderson, all of lots 10, 11 and 12 all in block 130 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas accordng to the recorded plat thereof.
Jill Blochlinger and Summer Champlin to Dustin Timmons and Rebecca Timmons, a tract of land in the north half of the northwest quarter of section 16 township 6 south range 3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas, see record.
Dustin R. Timmons and Rebecca L. Timmons to Blake A. Wolf and Brianna M. Wolf, lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in the plat of Tallgrass Estates lots; a tract of land in the north half of the northwest quarter of section 16 township 6 south range 3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas, see record.
James L. Haist and Joann L. Haist to Daniel L. Haist, the west 50 feet of a tract of land in the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of 32-5-3, see record.
Brynn J. Alexander, fka Brynn J. Cairns and Trefflia P. Alexander to Denny L. Taylor, trustee, Patricia J. Taylor, trustee and Taylor family trust, all of lots 13 and 14 and the east half of lot 15 in block 125 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof including that portion of vacated 7th Street adjoining said lots on the north thereof.
Cloud County to AgMark LLC, a tract of land in Government Lot 4 in section 32-5-3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas containing 5.49 acres and the north 58' of land in the northwest quarter of section 32-5-3 in Cloud County Kansas containing 24.17 acres more or less and a tract of land in the southeast corner of northwest quarter of section 32-5-3; a tract of land in government lot 4 in section 32-5-3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas cont. 5.49 acres and the north 58' of land in the northwest quarter of section 32-5-3 in Cloud County Kansas cont. 24.17 acres more or less and a tract of land in the southeast corner of northwest quarter of section 32-5-3; a tract of land in the northeast quarter of section 31-5-3 cont. 13 acres more or less including Kansas Highway No. 9 right-of-way and a tract of land in the northeast quarter of section 31-5-3 west of the 6th P.M. in Cloud County Kansas and the north 58' of a tract of land in the northeast quarter of section 31-5-3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas cont. 8.62 acres more or less and the north 58' of a tract of land in the south half northeast quarter of section 31-5-3 west of 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas cont. 4.75 acres more or less, see record.
Cloud County to Agmark LLC, a tract of land in the northeast quarter 32-5-3 containing 6.1 acres more or less, see record.
Gregory L. Wyatt to Harry L. Atwell and Cynthia K. Atwell, southwest quarter 35-8-5.
Eldon R. Trost and Tana M. Trost to Tana M. Trost, east half northeast quarter 2-5-3, see record; east half southeast quarter 2-5-3, see record.
Albert H. Facklam Trust No. 1, Albert H. Facklam II, trustee and Catherine A. Harden, trustee, to the Facklam Farm LLC, the south half southeast quarter and the south half north half southeast quarter 33-7-1, see record.
Quit Claims Deeds:
Corey Lyon to James Sulanka, the west half of lot 2 and all of lots 3, 4, 5 in block 10 in the city of Aurora, Cloud County Kansas.
Crop Production Services Inc. to Agmark LLC, a parcel of land in the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section 32 township 5 south range 3 west of the 6th P.M. in Cloud County Kansas. See record.
Raymond R. Hanson, trustee, Alice Faye Hanson, trustee, and Raymond R. Hanson family trust to Dorothy B. Swenson, a parcel of land located in the west half northwest quarter 20-5-3 said tract being a portion of government lot 4 and a portion of Lake Sibley of said section 20 containing 9.86 acres more or less, see record.
Dorothy B. Swenson to Raymond R. Hanson, trustee, Alice Faye Hanson, trustee, and Raymond R. Hanson family trust, a parcel of land located in the west half northwest quarter of 20-5-3, said tract being a portion of government lots 1 and 2 and a portion of Lake Sibley of said section 20 containing 68.68 acres more or less. See record.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
BY H.E. SMITH
The Lost Wager
"Sit down, you wild little elf," said Olive, gently forcing her sister into a chair, "and explain this mysterious riddle!"
"Well, you know papa left me to look over his letter to Mr. Thorne—and he was detained longer than he expected—almost an hour in fact, and I couldn't help amusing myself by writing a parody on the letter. "A parody?" "Yes—you remember somebody was telling us what a beautiful daughter Mr. Thorne had—so I wrote that Jack was in scarce of a wife, and had heard of Miss Thorne, and wanted to settle in life, and all that sort of thing, in short, wherever papa had written land, or estate, I wrote wife! Wasn't it fun?" said the little maiden, her eyes dancing with diablerie. You know I never once thought of sending the letter; I only wanted to read it to Jack when I went downstairs.
Well, I signed it, with a great flourish of trumpets, and just then who should come in but papa and the stranger. Of course I fled—and when I came back the letter was sealed and safe in Jack's pocket-book, and Olive, it was the wrong letter."
"It was rather a dim light—and papa's eyes are not as keen as they were wont to be, and my impertinent missive was gone, while the real bona fide letter lay there, amongst a heap of discarded papers. I hadn't courage to confess my misdemeanors, papa is so opposed to my innocent little jokes—and Jack is off with that indescribable letter!
I shall certainly win the sleeve buttons, Olive, but what a tornado there will be, when my mischief leaks out." Minnie looked so bewitchingly lovely in her alternate paroxysms of terror and laughter, that Olive grave old sister though was, had not the heart to lecture her as roundly as she deserved.
The crimson sunset of the very next evening shone radiantly into the special sanctum of the worthy old Jabez Thorne, of Thornville, Justice of the Peace, and chairman of all the agricultural meetings for ten miles around. It was no scholarly-looking library, like that of his ancient comrade Chester, but a square, light room, with four un-curtained windows and ornamented with numerous black-framed engravings of prize cattle and giant turnips. He was seated in a feather-cushioned arm-chair, looking over the files of an agricultural journal, to find some coveted information on the subject of "phosphates" and "superphosphates," when a servant brought him a card and a letter.
"The gentleman is in the parlor sir." Jabez Thorne laid aside his newspaper, glanced at the card, which bore the simple inscription, "John Lacy"—then at the letter, which purported to be the introductory to that individual.
Register of Deeds