Archive for October 2nd, 2018

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, October 2, 1897

Receiver C.J. Smith returned yesterday afternoon from an extended trip to the East in connection with the business of the Oregon Improvement Company.

The company’s property will be sold on November 5, and thereafter the purpose is to have extensive improvements made on the waterfront in Seattle, including the filling in of land south of King Street to Grant, and east of Third Avenue. But the most important is the erection of a brick warehouse on Ocean Hose, commensurate with the growing business that is sure to come to the company. (more…)

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