The Goldendale Sentinel, Goldendale, WA., November 4, 1920, page 2
Dave Williams, aged about 40, was found dead today, at his home on the H.T. Morgan place near the mouth of the Little Klickitat, by Carl Jackson and Carl Seele. Coroner Chapman and deputy sheriff Wm. Burgen left immediately for the place to investigate. There are no particulars available, and to time of going to press the party has not returned. Deceased was a former resident of Tennessee, but had lived here for a number of years. He recently returned from Portland, at which place he was reported to have been sick. It is understood he has a brother living at Walla Walla.
The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, WA., November 12, 1920, page 4
"Town and County"
A young man named David Williams was found dead in his cabin on the Little Klickitat, out in the Horseshoe Bend section, last Friday afternoon. He was engaged in fruit raising, and was quite generally known hereabouts. Coroner Chapman took charge of the body, and is holding it pending intelligence from Iowa, where he formerly resided. The cause of death is said to have been caused by drinking wood alcohol. Sheriff Henderson unearthed a private "still" in the vicinity of Williams' cabin, which had been in operation for some time. It is alleged that this still belonged to Williams.
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