Yakima Record

July 29, 1882

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TOWN AND COUNTRY

Local Brevities Dr. BECK is our authority that rumor reports J. DURR of Kittitas drowned in the Yakima River. E. P. BOYLES, Esq., is in town late from Peshastin mines. He is jubilant over mining
prospects.

KITTITAS AGENCY

We have appointed J. H. NAYLOR our agent for Kittitas Valley. He is authorized to solicit
and receipt for all subscriptions to the Record. All our other agencies are recinded.

NOTICE OF PROOF

Land Office, Yakima, W. T., July 7th 1882 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at this office
August 22, 1882. David WHEATEN, homestead application 390 and 1700 Walla Walla series, for
the w 1/2, uw 1/4, and w 1/2, of section 34, township 17 north, range 19 east, and names the
following as witnesses, viz: J. W. McDONALD, A. A. MEADE, E. W. LYENS, and John HOLTZ, all
of Ellensburg, W. T. Postoffice.

NOTICE OF PROOF

Land Office, Yakima, W. T., June 20, 1882 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at this office
July 25, 1882, viz. Carl A. SANDER, Homestead entry No. 1391, Walla Walla series, for the
ne 1/4, sw 1/2 and s 1/2, sw 1/4 of sectin 30, in township 18 north, range 19 east and names
the following as his witnesses, viz: Frederick LODI, Frederick ESSIGE, Robert WALLACE and
Clement SHFE, all of Ellensburg, W. T. (advertisement) James H. NAYLOR, Attorney-at-Law, Ellensburg, W. T. Special and prompt
attention given to collections and conveyances, and all business pertaining to the profession
in Washington Territory.

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