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Ledru R. Rhodes
Ledru R. Rhodes

Rhodes & Love

The legal talent of Fort Collins is conspicuous for ability, honor and learning and the firm of Rhodes & Love, attorneys and counselors at law, ranks as one of the leading and busiest in the profession. The have a very extensive practice, and are attorneys for many of the large irrigation corporations. The firm has the reputation of being wise counselors and able practitioners, and seldom is there any important case in the local court where the services of this firm are not retained. L. R. Rhodes opened an office in Fort Collins 25 years ago, was state senator from this district in the second-third assembly; also district attorney for the Denver district for three years, having been elected when Larimer county was part of the Denver district. He is ever identified with any movement of public benefit and interest. Paul W. Love is an able man of culture who enjoys the confidence and respect of his many friends and clients.

Graves & Greenamyre

The importance of Fort Collins as the central point of a large and fertile surrounding agricultural territory is emphasized by the various grain and similar establishments thriving in its midst. Of such is the firm of Graves & Greenamyre, wholesale and retail dealers in hay, grain, feed and coal, who combine therewith a flourishing express and transfer business. This concern has only been established for a few months but already has a trade which demands the services of a number of men and three wagons. The firm have a large store, office etc., at No. 139 North College avenue, and its members have the determination to succeed by honest and consistent efforts and proper dealings. The partners are Mr. W. E. Graves and Mr. H. A. Greenamyre. Both are natives of Illinois, and are hardworking, upright and well disposed merchants, as also desirable and enthusiastic citizens.
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