Yakima Record

October 1, 1881

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NOTICE OF PROOF

U. S. Land Office, Yakima, W. T., Sept. 29, 1881 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 November 3, 1881, viz.:
Christian BLOOMFIELD, D. S. No. 26, for the w 1/2 sw 1/2, section 20, township 18 north, range 18 east, and
names the following as his witnesses, viz: Peter A. WOLD, August HESSE, William HAZEL, and James SNYDER, all
of Ellensburg, W. T. R. B. KINNE, Register

TOWN AND COUNTRY

Cattle - Mr. S. R. GEDDIS, of Ellensburg, Yakima county, arrived in town yesterday. He brought through
the Snoqualmie pass 263 head of cattle for Coulter & Son, of this city. He reports the roads this side of the
summit badly cut up. The immigrant wagons, before mentioned in this columns, as being on the road over the
pass, arrived safely yesterday in Swuak Valley where they will probably locate. Mr. GEDDIS says the crops in
the Kittitas Valley are looking fine, and that the average yield this year will be very large. The farmers
are correspondingly happy.

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