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Scott's Pharmacy, 115 E. Mountain
Scott's Pharmacy, 115 E. Mountain

A. W. Scott

The importance of a reliable drug store cannot be overestimated, and it is with pleasure that we give prominence in this publication to such a leading and old-established concern as that popularly known as "Scott's Pharmacy," located at No. 115 East Mountain avenue. Mr. Scott has a nicely fitted and well stocked store, containing all kinds of pure drugs, soda fountain, cigars, etc., and does a very extensive and steady trade. He is a native of Michigan and has been in business in the city for 22 years. He takes a deep interest in public affairs and is president of the Chamber of Commerce in the formation of which he took a very prominent and active part .He is ever foremost in movements for the preservation and increase of the city's prosperity and is beyond question one of the city's most valuable and esteemed merchants and citizens.

Swan & Nightingale

The many devotees of the fragrant weed, the lovers of the pipe of peace, the worshippers of Lady Nicotine, have their wants well and amply provided for in the City of Fort Collins. Among establishments dealing in such goods there is none more worthy of prominent mention in this publication than that of the well-known and highly respected firm of Swan & Nightingale, manufacturers of and dealers in cigars and tobaccos. This firm has a well fitted and plenteously supplied store at No. 208 Linden street, and although only in business about a year, have a very extensive and rapidly increasing trade owing to the fact that the management has been alive to the demand in this particular line for excellency of goods and has provided accordingly. The cigars are made from fine, pure tobacco and are already in popular demand. The partners of the firm are Mr. J. H. Swan and Mr. J. L. Nightingale. Both are old settlers and have their names enrolled and fraternal sympathies enlisted with the Elks. Mr. Nightingale is chief game warden for the district of Fort Collins. Both partners are well known and highly esteemed in business circles and are men of ability and integrity whose enterprise and public spiritedness are to be commended. It is such men that make and maintain the greatness and importance of a city.
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