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May -It, lit 10
in the city. Jt has an extensive plant made up <>!' rare
cut tflass, silver, and china wares, linens and other
necessary articles. Jt is just as qualified to serve a
thousand as a baker's dozen.
The Laurel Apartments, owned by Mrs. Susie Revels
Cayton, but under lease, is a valuable investment with
splendid returns. It is well located and continues to in
ha nee in value.
Clarence R. Anderson is one of Seattle's very suc
cessful attorneys and a heavy investor in her realty.
Dr. David T. Cardwell is a highly successful phy
sician and surgeon and has an extensive practice.
Dr. Charles F. Maxwell has practiced medicine and
surgery in the city for a number of years and has made
a brilliant success.
The Searchlight, a weekly paper, owned and oper
ated by Samuel P. Deßow, has a splendid circulation.
The Buffalo Hosiery Company was and is doing a
thriving business. It is operated by Hall & Hawkins.
Noy Pierson is the proprietor of a well patronized
Eugene Griffin is the owner of an enthusiastic young
baseball bunch which is very popular.
Dr. F. B. Cooper has lain for himself the founda
tion for quite a fortune as a dentist, lie is one of Se
attle's foremost dentists.
Dr. C. J. Allen has done exceedingly well as a den
tist and is rapidly building up a professional name for
P. Frazier is one of Seattle's foremost realty dealers
and holds the record of selling more individual tracts
for homes than any other dealer in the city. ITe lias
many clients among 1 the Japanese of the city.
Peoples Brothers operate autos for hire and have a
number of the smartest cars in the city in that business.
CAY TON 'S WE KKIiY
Alonzo I), and J. Samuel Peoples are the names of the
James A. Rostov and Howard 1). Brown handle real
estate and insurance and have much success in their
The Southern Express Company, with I. K. Morris,
proprietor, is one of the bi^' auto express concerns of the
city and employs a score or more persons in its opera
The Majestic Haberdashery, with Shadrick T. Me-
Cants as proprietor, is a coming concern and promises
extensive expansion. Its proprietor is one of the active
men of the city.
Woman's Exchange, with ;i line of groceries mid
candies in connection, is ;i business concern operated by
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Miller. They also operate a small
S. ('. Valley's grocery store, which he recently ac
quired, has <-i fine family trade and gives much evidence
of developing into a strong concern.
Benjamin P. Tutt is the proprietor of one of the
most inviting barber shops in the city. A full line of
THE BOARD OF USHERS
Of The Mt. Zion Baptist Ohurcn
toilet articles and literature of colored persons are also
maintained in the shop.
A, A. Taylor and 11. S. Frasier both operate well
arranged cleaning, dyeing and genera] tailoring estab
Seattle was settled in 1852.
Seattle's population, 370,000.
Seattle's bank clearings, 1910, $2,021,004,335.
Seattle's pogtofflce receipts, 1919, $2,680,000.
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