GOOD OUTLOOK FOR BUILDING IN 1907
ONLY ONE CLOUD EXISTS ON LOCAL HORIZON
Tacoma Daily Ledger December 23, 1906 (p. 20)
H. E. Salsich, the Eastern investor, who recently purchased 1,300 acres along the Nisqually and near Yelm, from F. W. Carylon, is arranging for the erection of a big sawmill upon the banks of the Nisqually, and is said to be also contemplating the construction of a spur railroad track connection with the Olympia line of the Northern Pacific railway.
Mr. Salsich is the president of the recently incorporated Salsich Lumber company. J. T. Gregory, of this city, is also prominently interested in the concern. The company owns large timber tracts near Olympia.