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Fort Collins Benevolent Fraternal Order of Elks Band, taken in front of the Gregory and Clammer office, c. 1906.
Fort Collins Benevolent Fraternal Order of Elks Band, taken in front of the Gregory and Clammer office, c. 1906.

Gregory & Clammer

The natural growth and development of Fort Collins and its exceptional prospects are factors which have demanded the establishment of agencies relating to insurance, real estate and investment interests. A prominent city firm in that line is Gregory & Clammer, whose offices are at No. 150 North College avenue. The firm buy and sell real estate, grant loans thereon, and conduct an extensive insurance business. They are well known as intelligent and reliable business men and have the confidence and support of a large number of our leading citizens. The partners are Mr. E. J. Gregory, a native of New York, who has been in business here for about fifteen years and has been a prominent figure in the city's business life during that time. Mr. S. H. Clammer, the other partner, is a typical Southern, hailing from Virginia, and is well known in fraternal cirlcles, being a K. P. and W. O. W. Both men are capable and reliable agents - men of undoubted integrity and courtesy - and are enthusiastic and public-spirited citizens.

The Palace Clothing Company

As night follows day so does an increase in number of stores follow the growth and prosperity of a city. In this connection we would refer to the Palace Clothing company, recently established in our midst, and having a large and commodious store measuring about 20x70 feet, located at No. 154 Linden street. This company deals in men's clothing, furnishings, hats and shoes, and the store is stocked with merchandise supplied from some of the best known and well famed Eastern houses. The members of the company are Mr. M. C. Robinson, who has had many years experience in clothing manufacturing and whose experience will be of rare advantage both to his company and to its patrons. Mr. H. A. Bromley, the other partner, is well known in town, being for four years with the Collins Cash Clothing company. He is an old timer in this business, and prior to coming to Fort Collins was for over 14 years in similar business in Denver and Los Angeles. The members of the company thus have practical experience and this, combined with an affability of manner and pronounced energy, augers well for the future prospects and success of this, the latest enterprise in the city.
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