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John A.C. Kissock, c. 1894
John A.C. Kissock, c. 1894

Edwards & Kissock

There is possibly no line of business whose members are more entitled to the gratitude of the citizens than that of real estate, investment and insurance class. The representatives of such business in Fort Collins are in general conspicuous for their enterprise, grit and shrewd business ability, and among such is the firm of Edwards & Kissock, Insurance, Loan and Real Estate agents, who have been residents of Fort Collins for over 30 years, established as a business house for 13 years, and have figured prominently in the building up of the city. They are recognized as safe and reliable judges of the real estate market, and are known to bestow on all interests entrusted to their hands a laudable care and attention combined with indisputable integrity. The partners of the firm are Mr. A. A. Edwards, a highly respected public man who for years has served as county treasurer, and Mr. J. A. C. Kissock, also well and favorably known in public circles. Both are representative business men who are in the front rank of the city's most public spirited and influential citizens. The office of the firm is at No. 120 South College avenue.

The North Poudre Irrigation Company

The importance of irrigation to the agricultural portion of the state is duly recognized, and fortunately the subject has received the practical attention of capable, energetic and substantial men of business. This company was started some years ago and through its instrumentality have improved much valuable land and induced a large number of desirable settlers to locate in the district. They have lands for sale in the famous Cache la Poudre and have reservoirs, ditches, etc., for supplying these lands with abundance of water. The lands are offered to desirable settlers at very reasonable rates and the Company has wisely adopted the commendable plan of furnishing only accurate information to enquirers and homeseekers. The offices of the Company are at No. 150 North College avenue, Fort Collins, and parties desiring information will have same promptly and reliably supplied on application to Mr. E. J. Gregory, the Secretary of the Company.
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