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Frank J. Annis, c. 1894
Frank J. Annis, c. 1894

Annis & Stow

The city of Fort Collins is fortunate in having in its midst members of the learned professions whose honor is unchallengable and whose rare ability is indisputable. In the legal profession we have excellent representatives in the partners of the firm of Annis & Stow, attorneys and counselors at law, with offices at 6 and 7 Rowling block. The firm has the largest practice in the city and practically are interested in every important litigation in the district. They are known as safe advisors and able pleaders, and have a large and influential clientele.

Mr. Frank J. Annis, the senior member of the firm, is from the law department of the University of Michigan, has been in practice in the city for over 23 years. His partner, Mr. Fred W. Stow, graduated at the Boulder State University and has been in practice over three years. Both are members of the Elks and not only are they prominent as able and successful attorneys, but also as loyal and public spirited citizens.

Hoffman Milling Company

The agricultural resources of the city of Fort Collins are extensive and important and are fostered and aided by such concerns as that of the Hoffman Milling company, whose mill, offices, etc., are located at Riverside avenue. This company was established fully 10 years ago, has its premises equipped with the most modern and up to date machinery, is an important factor in the employment of labor, and does a very large and growing trade in city and country. The company handle high grade flour, including "Hoffman's Best," "Our Flag," etc., and has a capacity of 100 sacks per day. The company deal in grain and feed and have an elevator with a capacity for 15,000 bushels of grain.

The president of the company is Mr. J. M. Hoffman, and it is due to his able, upright and intelligent management that the company can boast of a career of remarkable growth and success. Mr. Hoffman appreciates the public demand for purity of merchandise and has acted accordingly. He is a prominent citizen and takes a most laudable interest in all that concerns the welfare of the city and county.
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