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Vol. XX-Mo. 13
A JOURNAL OF THE LAND AND THE HOME IN THE NEW WEST.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, JULY I, 1903.
The well-known commission firm of E. C. Klyce & Co., 906 Western
Avenue, Seattle, has been purchased by Messrs. B. D. Welch and Geo. Grace,
and hereafter will be carried on under the title of the Grace-Welch Commis
sion Co. The new firm offers as references as to their financial standing the
Puget Sound National Bank, the express companies and the mercantile agen
cies, so that producers and dealers may feel assured of the character of the
house to whom they consign their goods. Both'members of the firm are wide
awake business men, who have entered the field to conduct their business in
a manner to engage and retain the patronage and friendship of all shippers
and customers. They realize the great future in store for Seattle, and they
hope to grow with the development of the city and commonwealth.
The Grace-Welch Commission Co. solicit consignments from the bet
ter class of growers, who produce high-quality products, and take the pains
to carefully sort and attractively pack. The demands of the market are
becoming more exacting in this respect each year. Correspondence will
receive careful attention. They offer liberal advances'on shipments where
Subscription SOc Pt»r Year
Worth Two Gold Dollars
B. D. WELCH.