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Fort Collins Volunteer Firemen, (John Sedgely kneeling right), 1902
Fort Collins Volunteer Firemen, (John Sedgely kneeling right), 1902

John F. Sedgley

Mr. Sedgley is a well known merchant and has been in this city for over fifteen years. He has for five years conducted successfully an extensive business at 230 Walnut street, as a buyer and dealer in all kinds of new and second hand goods, including furniture, stoves, bedding. He makes a specialty of stove repairing, and of loaning money on chattels. He is attentive and honorable in his business and well merits the support and confidence of his many friends and patrons.

Fish & Harter

The prosperity and marked growth of Fort Collins during the past two years have naturally attracted the attention of enterprising men of business, and as a consequence there have been numerous additions to our business houses. A firm lately established is that of Fish & Harter, dealers in new and second hand furniture. They have large and well stocked premises at No. 237 Jefferson. The partners are Mr. C. E. Fish, an A. O. W., and Mr. Alfred Harter, a prominent Elk and W. O. W. Both are men of good business principles who are destined to make their mark in the commercial annals of Fort Collins.
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