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Vol. XX-No. 12
A JOURNAL OF THE LAND AND THE HOME IN THE NEW WEST.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, JUNE 15, 1903.
T. F. RYAN, L. M. DAVENPORT, J. NEWTON,
President. Vice-President. Secretary.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $150,000.00
Ryan <fe Newton Company
J. M. IIIXSON «fe CO.
WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE
Houses Offices and Salesrooms at
Seattle, Wash. 821-823 Western Aye., Cor. Marion St.
North Yakima, Wash.
Spokane, Wash. Butte, Mont. SEATTLE, WASH.
Seattle, June 15, 1903
We beg to announce that we have purchased the
business and good will of J. M. Hixson & Co., the
pioneer commission house of Seattle, and that
hereafter same will be conducted under our firm
The business will be continued at the present
location, 831-823 Western Avenue .
We feel that we have unequalled facilities to
represent our shippers, customers and friends in
every department of the business, and assure them
that their interests will be handled in the best
possible manner in the future as in the past.
Thanking patrons for courtesies extended, and
hoping to merit a continuance of same, we remain,
Very truly yours,
RYAN & NEWTON CO.
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