PRESIDENT'S SPECIAL - A MIDNIGHT TRAIN THROUGH HEREThe special train of 12 coaches bearing President WILSON and his party, will pass over the N. P. railway through Ellensburg between one
and two o'clock Saturday morning... The president may never know what he has missed by not stopping here and getting acquainted with us...
GRAIN STACKS DESTROYED BY FIREFire believed to have been of incendiary origin, between nine and ten o'clock last night, destroyed 15 stacks of grain, estimated
to contain about 2500 bushels, on the farm of Charles BRAY, nine miles north of Ellensburg. The loss is placed at considerably over $5000,
with insurance amounting to $5000 with the Northwestern Mutual Fire Insurance Company. The belief was general this morning that I.W.W.
activities were responsible for the fire. The farm is at present occupied by Mr. LEINHARD, Mr. BRAY's father-in-law. Mr. BRAY is working
at the mill of the Peshastin Lumber company, north of Blewett Pass. According to Everett TAYLOR, a neighbor, his attention was called to
the fire shortly after 9:30 last night, and he immediately rode over to the BRAY place to find the 15 stacks burning evenly...
DEATH CLAIMS DEVOTED WIFE AND MOTHEROn Monday afternoon at the home of her son, John BATES, occurred the death of Mrs. Lulu BATES after an illness of a year's duration.
Funeral services were held from the Christian church Thursday afternoon, Rev. BILLINGTON officiating. Mrs. BATES was born at Bowling Green,
Ky., in 1863 and came to Washington with her husband, Walter BATES, in 1888. She is survived by her mother who lives in Kansas, her
husband, eight children, five grandchildren, two sisters and three brothers.
SOCIAL AND PERSONALMrs. Robert A. TURNER who was recently called to the bedside of a sick sister at Langley, Island County, Wash., returned home
Saturday night. David H. DICKSON and Miss Vera HERTGES were married August 30 in Tacoma at the home of the bride's parents. After the wedding ceremony
the bride and groom enjoyed a honeymoon trip to British Columbia after which they came to Ellensburg, arriving here Sunday night to take
up their permanent residence here. Miss Margaret NESBIT left Friday for Sunnyside where she resumed her work on the teaching faculty of the Sunnyside school. Rev. and Mrs. H. I. OBERHOLTZER left yesterday for Tacoma where they will visit with Mrs. OBERHOLTER's brother, A. R. BLUETT... Yesterday afternoon Mrs. T. A. SAGER, Mrs. W. J. PAYNE and Mrs. H. J. FELCH gave a delightful luncheon at the home of Mrs. PAYNE on
Seventh Street to about 40 of their friends. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. YOUNG and two sons, Paul and William, returned yesterday from Spokane where Mr. YOUNG attended the annual Methodist
conference. Supt. Linden McCULLOUGH returned Saturday from his trip east where he went to accompany Mrs. McCULLOUGH and children on their return
trip after an extended visit with relatives in the east... E. W. MOORE, pharmacist at the Wheeler drug store, was called to Seattle Sunday owing to the death of his father, C. F. SEIPLE.
Mr. MOORE returned yesterday evening. Mrs. Lee SIMMONS, the attractive and efficient assistant at the Craig Book Store during the absence of Mrs. MORGAN, will take up her
duties next week as teacher of the Woldale School. Mrs. Murvy L. BRIDGHAM is hostess this week to her mother, Mrs. W. J. McDONALD, her brother Elwood and Mrs. S. K. BETZ and two sons,
all of Cheney; also an uncle E. B. GLENN, of Houston, Texas. Chas. ROE, grandson of Mrs. Mildred MATLOCK, has secured his release and is expected to arrive in Ellensburg Sunday. Mr. ROE has been
in the radio service of the Navy since the opening of the war and has visited many of the important ports of the world. J. SMITH of Kittitas was a guest of the St. Regis Tuesday. Mrs. G. H. KIMES and two children arrived from Tacoma Friday and have joined Mr. KIMES where they will make their future home. Robert MERRYMAN and wife left Saturday for an extended visit in the east at Columbus, Ohio. Frank CONDIANA, who was formerly engaged in the barber business in this city and later moved to Los Angeles, Cal., was in the city
several days this week while enroute to South America via New York. On Tuesday night the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of this city tendered
him a reception... When a resident of Ellensburg, Mr. CONDIANA was actively affiliated with these organizations. Mr. and Mrs. ELLSWORTH have moved to this city from Thorp and expect to be permanent residents here. Mrs. George DREHER, who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. George B. HENTON, the past summer, has returned to her home in Spokane. H. J. DUERRWACTHER of Cle Elum was a business visitor in this city for a few days this week. His mission was the buying of stock. Mrs. J. H. McDANIELS and daughter, Mary Louise, are spending the week in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ELWOOD drove their faithful car over to Seattle Tuesday to spend a few days in the big city. They were accompanied by
Mrs. E. E. WAGER and daughter Charlotte. Mrs. Olive SANDERS is enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs. Warren HENTON of Seattle. County Clerk Maybelle HOFMANN returned Sunday from New Rockford, N.D., where she was called some time ago owing to the serious illness
of her sister, Mrs. Fred CLARKE, who expired before Mrs. HOFMANN's arrival. Miss Ellen HICKS, assistant librarian, accompanied by her brother-in-law, Clyde SUVER, left today for Seattle where they will review
the Pacific Fleet. Mrs. J. N. SPICER of Cle Elum was a Sunday guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. BANKS of this city. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. MAXSON and two children of Seattle spent a few days in Ellesnburg this week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin CAMERON... Geo. BAXTER of Gardner, Ore., was the guest of his father, Brakeman BAXTER at Hotel Savoy for a few days last week. Wilmot C. WHITFIELD, superintendent of Roslyn schools, was a visitor in Ellensburg Monday. J. V. HOEFFLER and Attorney CANFIELD of Cle Elum were business visitors in Ellensburg Monday. Mrs. Howard LEWIS of Yakima was the guest of her parents, Judge and Mrs. KAUFMANN, a few days this week. Harry B. MOODY left last evening for Grangeville, Idaho, to take charge of the light plant of that city. He had spent several days
in this city visiting relatives and friends and was about ready to leave when he received a wire to come at once.
KITTITAS ITEMSMr. and Mrs. PEARSON and son have just returned from a two weeks vacation at the home of Mrs. PEARSON's mother, who lives in Okanogan... Miss Miriam WILSON, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Feld NOBLE, left for the east last Wednesday. She was accompanied to Seattle
by Mrs. NOBLE. From there she went by boat to Vancouver then from there to her home which is in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Mrs. Sam DAVIES went to Seattle shopping last Wednesday morning and returned Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. BAKER, who motored over to the sound to visit friends, returned Saturday, after being gone for two weeks. F. FAIRCHILD spent the weekend in Seattle on business. The Kittitas Union High school opened Monday, Sept. 8, with an enrollment of 22. More are expected in a few weeks as the harvesting
is not completed in the valley yet. Miss HEYWOOD of the university arrived yesterday to take up her work in the high school as the Domestic Science teacher. Mr. SNIDER, principal of the high school, was called to Spokane on account of the ill health of his father. Miss Ruth DAVIS will be leaving here next week to attend school at the state college. Here she expects to take up physical culture
and music, both instrumental and vocal. Mrs. Harry HIGMAN, a former resident, is in Kittitas visiting Mrs. Jas. HIGMAN. The birthday of Mrs. Ira B. JONES was celebrated by a big birthday dinner at the home of Mrs. Jas. HIGMAN. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Ira B. JONES, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. HIGMAN, Mrs. McNICKEL, Mrs. Harry HIGMAN, and son Chester... Miss Hazel PAYNE left Saturday morning for Kelso, Washington, where she will take up her school work in the first and second grades.
Her mother went with her and expects to stay a week or two. Mrs. L. HESCHEK, who has been in Seattle for some time because of an operation, returned home Saturday. She is improving in health now. Miss Eunice HEYWOOD from the Columbia river came in Tuesday with a load of white grapes and peaches.... Mr. WADE, the Manual Arts teacher of the high school is staying for the present at Mr. SNIDER's. Miss Betilda HANSEN left here Friday for Reynold where she will take up fourth grade in the school there. Her sister, Henrietta, has
been teaching summer school in the Stafford High school, on the Sound. Mr. and Mrs. McGEE motored to Seattle Tuesday to visit friends. Mr. F. S. PEARSON is taking Mr. McGEE's place as fireman on the railroad. Mr. Wesley WHEELER, who has been working on a bl???, is in town now. Mr. and Mrs. MORAN and baby are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Abe WHEELER. Mrs. MORAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WHEELER and lives
DYSART DISTRICTMiss Dorothy WILSON of Meadow Brook farm was the afternoon guest of Miss Mary MEYER of Pennsylvania, who is spending the summer at the home
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John FAUST, of 901 East Second Street, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie WYATT were the dinner guests of Mr. and mrs. J. W. PORTER on Sunday. Mrs. C. HEWER and sons, Alex and Swan, and Mrs. Chris CHRISTENSEN and children Fred, Edith and Alice of Cottonwood farm, are visiting
this week in Seattle and Tacoma. Misses Lula and Nannie BARRETT will enter the Ellensburg high school September 15th as senior and sophomore, respectively. Mrs. Bird O. GRIMM has as her guests this week at her country home Miss Christina PETERSON and Miss Ellen DEWEY of Aberdeen, Wash.... Miss Lulu BARRETT of the east side is assisting in the Will G. LAUDERDALE store this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. CHRISTENSEN had as their guest Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. McKENZIE of Meadow Brook farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. RUTLEDGE and children Lucile and Earl, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. PORTER and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. HALL of 104 East 5th street, are visiting at the home of Mrs. HALL's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John G. OLDING, at
Pioneer farm. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. BERGAN of 805 East 7th street, spent Friday evening at Meadow Brook farm visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. McKENZIE
and family. Miss Bertha FERGUSON expects to be enrolled as a sophomore in high school this coming year. J. MORRIS, who has been ill at the home of his daughter is able to be around again and to greet his old friends... John C. JOHNSON motored to Naches Saturday for peaches. He returned home the same evening. Miss Dorothy WILSON leaves Saturday evening on No. 42 for Pullman, Wash. to enter the Washington State college the following Monday.
Other Ellensburg students expecting to enter and resume their courses at WSC this fall are: Josephine WASSON, Miss Jessie BULL,
Miss Bessie SHOEMAKE, Miss Alice DONAHUE, Miss Rachel MOE, Miss Dorothea SORENSON, Miss Ruth DAVIES, Miss Agnes SORENSON, Manford OLIPHANT,
Lloyd BAILES, Lynn GORDON, Rufus C. SCHNEBLY, Earle COOKE, Dosey BREGG, Albert HABERMANN, Arthur PEDERSON, Clarence SCAMMON,
Robert D. SCHNEBLY, Carl BREGG, Nick HABERMAN, Garfield KOHLER, William KILLMORE, Jack BALLES, Harold SORENSEN, Adison SHOUDY,
Ellison MUNDY, Ivan FOWLER, Frederick ADAMS, Winfield GILLARD, Beatrice E. GRAHAM, of Roslyn. Mrs. Walter BARRIET and daughters, Miss Lula and Nannie, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. PORTER Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. McKENZIE of Tacoma, motored to Meadow Brook farm Saturday to look over business interests there. Mr. McKENZIE
recently purchased the farm... William DONAHUE of Woldale district was a business visitor at Meadow Brook farm Tuesday. A number of motor parties consisting of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. JOHNSTONE and son Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. JACOBSON and children Harriett,
Carl and Dorothy, Miss Dorothy WILSON, Miss Jennie EILERTSON, Al BERGIE, Marius PETERSON, Frank ROBINSON, Elmer JACOBSON, Stuart PALMER,
Mr. and Mrs. John FAUST and children, Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont APPLE and daughter, Alberta, were visiting or hunting grouse in Green Canyon
and Reecer creek Sunday. Miss Barbara WAHLE and Miss Lucile RUTLEDGE were the house guests of Miss Lula BARRETT on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. McCALL of Nareda farm have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. W. J. LESTER of San Francisco, Cal. Mrs. Orpha BARKLEY has accepted the position as teacher in the Dysart district No. 5 school for the coming term. Mrs. BARKLEY
contemplates driving to and from the school in her Dodge car. School opened Monday with nearly twenty students in attendance. Miss Barbara WAHLE will enter high school September 15 as a junior. Miss WAHLE attended school on the coast last year. Mrs. Bird O. GRIM and her house guests, Miss Ellen DEWEY and Miss Christina PETERSON, of Aberdeen, Wash., visited at the home of
Miss Minnie PLOEGER this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. McKENZIE of Tacoma, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. McKENZIE and daughter, Miss Gladys, motored to Yakima
last week to spend the weekend in the lower country with relatives and friends... Miss Ellen DEWEY and Miss Christina PETERSON of Aberdeen, Wash., and Mrs. Bird O. GRIMM visited Mrs. Percival WILSON at Meadow Brook
farm last week. Miss Bertha FERGUSON contemplates attending the Washington state fair which is held in Yakima next week. Miss Ruby PORTER has accepted a position in the J. P. Cull & Co. department store at corner Fourth and Main street. William DONAHUE and Bruce WILSON motored to Roslyn Sunday and were guests at the HENRY home. Mr. and Mrs. John C. JOHNSON and son McCoy expect to move to their new farm in the Broadview district soon. Mrs. George ROLLINGER of the Willows farm, and mother, Mrs. A. HABERMAN, visited Mr and Mrs. Louis J. RICHARDS and family and
Mrs. William ROSENBERG in the Woldale district Sunday. LASSWELL and LAMB's thresher has been working in the Dysarst community for some time. Harry GRIMM, Harold WILSON, Bruce WILSON, Bird GRIMM and P. E. WILSON were at the Charles PSSEGER home on the east side Wednesday
afternoon. Attorney and Mrs. R. HOVEY of 304 N. Sprague St., motored to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry WAGER at Lone Pine farm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Percival WILSON of Meadow Brook farm expect to leave Thursday for the Sound to attend the celebration in honor of the
arrival of the Pacific fleet at its home base in Seattle.
J. M. P. REED RAISES GOATS AS SIDE LINEJ. M. P. REED of this city, who is one of the efficient assistants at the Owl Pharmacy, is not only a pharmacist, but as a side line
he is a "goatist". Something more than a year ago Mr. REED took up his residence in Ellensburg, coming here from Prosser, and accompanying
him and his family were some goats which have been found to be a profitable accession to the family purse...
BIG CLOCK GETS TREATED TO THE BRANDING IRONTuesday morning workmen assembled an assortment of tools and armed with ladders of considerable dimension, approached the big clock
that weathers the elements at the entrance to Chas. E. DICKSON's jewelry store on Pearl Street...
SCHOOL COMMENCES MONDAY MORNINGEverything Now in Readiness - Heavy Enrollment Expected -- Faculty Complete School opens on Monday, September 15th, with the teaching positions all filled and the buildings in good shape. Two extra rooms will be
available in the Lincoln building. Slate blackboards have been provided for all of the rooms in all of the buildings. Many of the rooms
have been repainted and calcomined. Two rooms have been set aside for kindergarten work. The room at the Edison buildling will be under the supervision of
Miss Helen B. SMITH, and the room in the high school will be under the direction of Miss Gladys KERRICK...All children in town over four
and one-half years are eligible for the kindergarten. ...first grade...those whose sixth birthday occurs on or before January 15, 1920 will be admitted this fall...Pupils in the first grade
living north of Seventh street will go to the Edison building; all livng south of Seventh street will go to the Washington building,
while all west of the N. P. tracks will go to the Lincoln building. Misses CHARLTON, FARWELL, GARVEY (Lilly), and GARVEY (Mabel) and
Mrs. PHILLIPS will handle the first grade work. The other primary grades (two and three) will be handled by the Misses WEAVER, GORDON,
AIMES, ANDERSON, HILLMAN. The intermediate grades (four and five) will be taught by Misses SCOTTEN, McKINSTRY, WINSLOW, GERMAN, STROUD,
and JOHNSON, while the grammar grades will be handled by Mrs. BOEDCHER, Mrs. BOZARTH, and the Misses HICKS, STAUFFER, BENNETT and HOLDER... Arrangements have been made to offer work in manual training to all boys in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades in a room especially
equipped for the boys. This shop and tools will belong to the grade boys exclusively. Miss Mary MORRISON, a graduate of the Pratt Insitute
New York and a successful teacher in the Montana schools, will have charge of the work. Girls in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades will have an opportunity to do work in cooking and sewing; the Misses LIBERT, MACHLIN,
FLOAN and STILKE will direct this work. Music in the gardes will be under the supervision of Miss Violet LORENZEN, a graduate of Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis., and a
teacher with three years successful experience in Wisconsin and North Dakota, and Miss Lillian MOHR of Los Angeles Conservatory and
Thomas Normal Training, Detroit. Miss Pearl DIXON will direct the art work ... for Lincoln and Washington buildings, while Miss Mame LATHES
will direct art in the Edison buildling. Penmanship will receive special attention, Miss Ida COLLINS will continue her plan of teacher's
training and supervision. Physical education of which 20 minutes each day is required of every boy and girl in the grades, will be directed by Miss Lorene YOUNG,
a graduate of W. S. N. S.... and Miss Mary LUTZ who with Miss WILWORTH did most excellent work last year with the pupils of the Edison
building. The work of the older boys will be under the direction of Leslie J. KIENHOLZ of the school faculty and the YMCA physical director. The enrollment promises to be the heaviest in the history of the schools... The Edison building will accommodate 280 pupils, the Lincoln
120, and the Washington 550, while the high school will accommodate 350. In addition there are accommodations for 60 kindergarten pupils,
which means that the present school plant will accommodate 1400 pupils. In the high school, the commercial work will be under the direction of Miss Helen COLLINS... The library and assembly room teacher will
be Miss Rose DRIFTMETR ... Miss Florence BALL as head and Miss Milicent McNEIL are to handle the English work in the high school ... The
languages French, Spanish and Latin, will be taught by Miss Margaret CRAIB of Seattle. Miss Beatrice KITTRELL, who is on leave until
January, will have charge of the work in history. J. C. STAUFFER, ...comes back to Ellensburg a much stronger teacher as a result of his
army experience in the gas defense branch of the service. Mr. STAUFFER will teach physics, chemistry and general science...
Leslie J. KIENHOLZ, a graduate of WSC and Cheney normal, a teacher of two years experience, will teach agriculture and handle athletics
for the boys in high school... Domestic science and art will again be directed by Miss Gerda FLOAN and Miss Louise STILKE ... Manual
training, which includes drawing, work turning, cabinet work and gas engines, will be directed by Howard R. PARTER assisted by J. E. DOUGLAS
...The mathematics in high school will again be taught by Principal J. H. MORGAN and Miss Jeanette TWYMAN. High school classes start at
8:45 am and close at 4 pm, this giving eight periods to the day....The new physical education law...has been necessary to add two teachers
to get school periods to offer instruction to everyone..Miss LORENZEN, Miss YOUNG, and Miss STILKS will instruct these classes.
NOTICE - No. 1009In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for Kittitas County. In the Matter of the Estate of Thos. B. GOODWIN, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, executors of the estate of Thos. B. GOODWIN, deceased, have filed a petition in the above
entitled court praying for the distribution of the property of said estate in accordance with the last Will and Testament of the deceased,
and that court has fixed the hour of 10 o'clock, forenoon of Saturday, the 20th day of September, 1919, as the day when said petition is
heard.... Elmer E. GOODWIN, Norman L. GOODWIN, Stanley E. GOODWIN, Executors.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS, No. 1196.In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Kittitas County (in Probate) In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret E. KENDALL, deceased. Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary on the estate of Margaret E. KENDALL, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the
4th day of September 1919 by the said Superior Court.... J. P. CLYMER, Executor.
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ACCOUNT AND REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION, No. 1144In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kittitas County (in Probate) In the Matter of the Estate of C. E. CRANE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Jennie U. CRANE, the executrix of the estate of C. E. CRANE, deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement
...and that Wednesday, the 24th day of September 1919 at 10 o'clock a.m. at the court room of our said Superior Court...settle such report...
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ACCOUNT AND REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTIONIn the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kittitas County (in Probate) In the Matter of the Estate of O. HINMAN, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Ella Frances HINMAN the executrix of the estate of O. HINMAN, deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement
...and that Tuesday, the 16th day of September 1919 at 10 o'clock a.m. at the court room of our said Superior Court...settle such report...
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ACCOUNT AND REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION, No. 1132In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kittitas County (in Probate) In the Matter of the Estate of Robert N. GILLIAM, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Izzie J. GILLIAM, the administratrix of the estate of Robert N. GILLIAM, deceased, has rendered and presented
for settlement... and that Monday, the 15th day of September 1919 at 10 o'clock a.m. at the court room of our said Superior Court...settle
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY, No. 1145In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Kittitas County In the Matter of the Estate of Olive SPROUSE, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that I, Estella EDWARDS, as administratrix of the estate of Olive SPROUSE, deceased... I hereby offer for sale the
following described real property owned by said decedent at the time of her death and situated in Kittitas county... an undivided one-fifth
interest in and to the se 1/4 of the nw 1/4; the e 1/2 of the sw 1/4 and the s 1/2 of the se quarter, of section 34 of township 18 n of
range 19, east of Willamette meridian...
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Not Coal LandDepartment of the Interior, US Land Office at Yakima, Washington, July 22, 1919 Notice is hereby given that Marry HOLLONS, of Kittitas, Washington, who on July 31, 1916 made homestead entry serial No. 08332, for
s 1/2 se 1/4, n2 1/4 se 1/4, sw 1/4 n3 1/4, section 22, township 16N, range 20 E, W. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final
three year proof to establish claim to the land above described... Claimant names as witnesses: Guy M. EDDY of Yakima, Wash;
Clifton J. HOLLOWAY, of Kittitas, Wash.,; Tom CURRIN, of Wymar, Wash.; John NELSON, of Yakima, Wash.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Not Coal LandDepartment of the Interior, US Land Office at Yakima, Washington, August 21, 1919 Notice is hereby given that James L. BOOKER, of Ellensburg, Washaington, who on October 4, 1915, made homestead entry serial No. 07027, for
s 1/2, section 28, township 16 N, range 20 e, W. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish claim
to the land above described... on the 14th day of October 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: Ellis M. YAHNE, of Wymer, Wash.,
Sam A. JOHNSON of Wymer, Wash.; Thomas P. CURRIN, of Wymer Wash.; Robert WASHINGTON, of Ellensburg, Wash.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Not Coal LandDepartment of the Interior, US Land Office at Yakima, Washington, August 21, 1919 Notice is hereby given that Ellis M. YAHNE, of Wymer, Washington, who on May 5, 1916, made homestead entry serial No. 08290, for se 1/4,
section 32, township 16N, range 20 E., W. Meridian has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish claim to the
land above described... on the 14th day of October 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: James L. BOOKER, Sam A. JOHNSON, Nicholas E. PERRY,
Abbott L. DIX, all of Wymer, Washington.