[Untitled] Washington Standard September 17, 1909
The body of a dead man was found lying in a pool of blood, an an open field, about a mile and a half east of Yelm, early Wednesday morning. A bloody razor by his side indicated the mode of death. He was about 40 years of age.. A worn pocketbook on the deceased, with several papers made out to Fred Williams and Fred. Williamson, may serve on investigation, to establish the identity. Acting Coroner Sticklin took charge of the body.