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Dinnebeck Family
Dinnebeck Family

Charles Dinnebeck

If you want to have a pleasant shave or a good hair cut in the city of Fort Collins then make your way to the barber shop of Mr. Dinnebeck. It is situated at No. 165 North College avenue, opposite the New Commercial hotel, contains three chairs, and has elegant and clean baths therewith connected. Take any chair you wish, you will obtain the services of a competent and capable tradesman. Here everything is first class work is done satisfactorily and well. Mr. Dinnebeck has been in business for five years, is a native of Missouri, enjoys a fine trade, and is affiliated with the Maccabees and Odd Fellows. When in town visit Dinnebeck's shaving and haircutting establishment.

Otto A. Schmidt

In a review of the business establishments of Fort Collins we desire to give prominence to such sn enterprising and popular house as that of Mr. Otto A. Schmidt, cigar manufacturer, No.218 Walnut street. Mr. Schmidt is a wholesale and retail dealer in fine cigars and tobaccos, and does an extensive and flourishing trade. His goods are strictly high grade and although Mr. Schmidt has been in business in the city for only two years, he has undoubtedly obtained a very firm hold of the trade in his line. He hails from Iowa and is a prominent K. P. He is young, courteous and upright and is a most welcome addition to our business and social circles.
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