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200 Block Jefferson Street, c. 1890
200 Block Jefferson Street, c. 1890

D. W. Goff

In connection with the all important establishments providing for our material wants and comforts, we desire to make reference to the lunch and dining room owned and conducted by Mr. Goff at 215 Jefferson street. Here we find a comfortable lunch counter and four dining tables, and good meals served promptly to pleased patrons. Mr. Goff appreciates the desire for good meals at popular prices and serves full meals for 20 cents. He hails from Kansas City and is a member of the Modern Woodmen. He is at all times courteous and attentive to patrons and well deserves the support awarded him.

Brown's Palace Hotel

The hotels of Fort Collins are well regulated and amply provide for the wants of residenters and transients. The Palace hotel is owned by Mr. A. L. Brown, and consists of a substantial three-story building containing thirty-three clean, airy and comfortable rooms. The hotel is situated at No. 232 Pine street, and considering locality and accommodation granted, the rates are very reasonable, being from $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Mr. Brown is a prominent Odd Fellow, and a most worthy citizen.
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