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131 S. College on far left in Colorado Block, c. 1908
131 S. College on far left in Colorado Block, c. 1908

Guy R. Hutchinson

Mr. Hutchinson is a wholesale and retail dealer in fine candies, confections and ice cream and has a well fitted and finely stocked store at No. 131 South College. He is a manufacturer of the goods sold by him and by reason of using pure and fresh merchandise he has built up a fine trade and his goods are in popular and steady demand. He has a specially heavy trade in the warm months in providing ice cream to other establishments. Mr. Hutchinson is a native of the state, has been in business in the city for three years and enlists his fraternal sympathies with the K. P.'s. He is an industrious merchant and a respected citizen.

Mrs. Herbert Nelmes

In a tidy, clean and attractive store located at No. 228 Linden street, Mrs. Nelmes has recently started a business as a dealer in fine candies, fruits, cigars, tobacco and stationery. Mrs. Nelmes has been wise enough to appreciate the necessity of trading in only first class goods and has so acted in furnishing her store. She is a native of the state and recently came here from Boulder. Mrs. Nelmes is a member of the Maccabees and is of an affable and obliging disposition.
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