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Fort Collins High School class of 1894
Fort Collins High School class of 1894, Guy E. Loomis, 3rd row, right

Guy E. Loomis

In a review of the leading stores of Fort Collins consistency demands that special reference be made to such a well established and popular concern as that conducted by Mr. Guy E. Loomis at 209 Linden street. Mr. Loomis is a leader in clothing, boots and shoes, furnishing goods, hats, caps trunks and valises, and has one of the best fitted stores in the city. He has been in business since 1892 and supplies goods of superiority and reliability. Mr. Loomis is a native of the state and is widely known in fraternal circles, being affiliated with the Masons, Elks, K. P.'s and W. O. W. He is a man of courtesy and integrity and takes an interest in all movements for the betterment of the city of which he is so prominent a citizen.

Bon Ton Restaurant

The Bon Ton Restaurant is located at 239 Linden street and was established about three years ago. It has eight dining tables and can easily accommodate 50 guests. By attention to business and the trading in only fine goods the restaurant has a very liberal patronage, and is one of the city's popular resorts.
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