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Office Furniture In Denver
- furniture intended for use in an office
- Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
- Items normally associated with the occupancy or use in such areas as offices, conference and reception rooms, institutional waiting rooms, lobbies, and libraries.
- John (1943–97), US country and pop singer and songwriter and actor; born Henry John Deutschendorf. He celebrated the simple life and his love of Colorado in his songs such as “Take Me Home, Country Roads” (1971), “Rocky Mountain High” (1972), and “Sunshine on My Shoulders” (1974). He also acted in movies, most notably Oh, God! (1977)
- Union Station is Denver, Colorado, USA's historic train station at 17th and Wynkoop in the LoDo district. The station first opened in 1881.
- The Denver Dry Goods Company, also known as "The Denver", was established in Denver, Colorado in 1879 by Michael. J. McNamara and L.H. Flanders as M.J. McNamara & Company and later The McNamara Dry Goods Company .
- the state capital and largest city of Colorado; located in central Colorado on the South Platte river
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Gilmore M. Stratton
Co. C, 2nd WI. Infantry William Cutler wrote the following about this gentleman: G. M. STRATTON, postmaster, was born in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio, July 9, 1845. In 1848 his parents moved to Peru, Miami County, Ind., and 1854 from there to Grant County, Wis. January 5, 1864, he enlisted in Company C Second Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, and served in that regiment in the army of the Potomac, following the explosion of the mine at Petersburgh (sic), Va., July 30, 1864, he received a bayonet wound in the knee. He was discharged from the service, July 29, 1865, at Madison, Wis. In March, 1870, he came to Clay County, Kan., and settled on a farm. In 1875, he moved to Clay Centre and engaged in mercantile business, carrying a stock of general merchandise, and afterwards was engaged in the furniture trade. He was appointed postmaster in May, 1878, and re-appointed in May 1882. He belongs to the Masonic Lodge, and, also, the Knights of Pythias. Mr. Stratton was married January 10, 1866, in Grant County, Wis., to Mary E. Snider. They have five children - Nellie, born December 20, 1868; Addie, born April 5, 1872; Allie, born November 27, 1874; Annie, born February 28, 1876; Lottie, born April 14, 1878. The Dispatch-Republican, Thursday, July 17, 1924, Pg. 1 Vol. 31, No. 230 G. M. STRATTON Funeral Was Held Today With services, characterized by quiet dignity and impressive simplicity, the last rites were paid to the memory of G. M. Stratton at the home on Lane street this morning. Rev. Geo. Mead Hughes the pastor of the First M. E. church was in charge and the male quartette, composed of Messrs, Alfred Humfeld, Ray Rankin, Sumner Vincent and F. W. Parrott, sang, “Jesus, Lover of my Soul” and “Rock of Ages,” and at the close, Mrs Paul sang, “Crossing the Bar.” The Masonic order then took charge of the exercises and conducted the remains to Greenwood cemetery where the ritual of the order was observed, in the presence of a large number friends and relatives. Gilmore McGrath Stratton, who died in Denver, Colorado, July 14, 1924 of acute dilation of the heart, had been a resident of Clay Center since 1870, coming here from Grant County, Wisconsin, in a covered wagon and settling on a homestead six miles south of Clay Center. Mr. Stratton was born at Salem, Ohio, July 9, 1845. His youth was spent in Peru, Indiana, and Lancaster, Wisconsin. He was educated in the public schools of Grant County, Wisconsin but enlisted in Company C, Second Wisconsin Infantry—a part of the “Iron Brigade”—in January, 1864, and was mustered out of the service in 1865. At the conclusion of the war, Mr. Stratton went home and was married to Mary E. Snider. To this union five daughters were born: Nellie, Addie E., Allie T., Annie M. and Lottie V. He farmed in Wisconsin until 1870 when he came to Clay County, Kansas. Mrs. Mary E. Stratton died July23, 1916. Mr. Stratton was a strong Republican in politics. He served as postmaster at Clay Center for eight years through the Hayes and Arthur administration starting in 1878. Mr. Stratton entered the real estate business in 1885. He became deputy collector of Internal Revenue, District of Northern Kansas in 1890 and resigned in 1900 to manage the Triple Tie Benefit Association, remaining with the insurance company for ten years. In 1907 he organized and incorporated the Clay Center Telephone Company. He has been connected with the Peoples National Bank as a director. Mr. Stratton was a trustee of the Clay County High School and aided in the erection of the building. Mr. Stratton belonged to the Knights Templar, and was a charter member of the Knights of Pythias. He has been a member and post commander of Phil Sheridan Post 88, and was instrumental in the erection of the soldier’s monument in the court house square. On November 18th, 1918, Mr. Stratton was married to Miss Laura M. Anthony, who survives him. A Word of Appreciation The Board of Trustees of the Clay County Community High school mindful of the keen interest always manifested in its welfare and the loyal support always accorded to it by the late G. M. Stratton, and also having in mind the many years of faithful service given by him as a member of this board of trustees, having hereby expresses its warm appreciation of the consistent shown by him and the constant and unwavering purpose to advance its circle of service to the community. In Mr. Stratton, the school has lost one of its most loyal adherents, and the board, the sympathy and support of one of its most loyal friends. In this, their hour of bereavement, the board wishes to tender to the sorrowing relatives its expression of sincere sympathy—W. C. Miles, Frank Oberg, Committee. Gilmore McGrath Stratton.—A publication of this nature exercises its most important function when it takes cognizance of the life and labors of those citizens who have risen to prominence and prosperity through their own well directed efforts and who have been of mater
81/365 - Sushi dinner at Wasabi
Tuesday I was again in the office all day, this time meeting with some guys that make architecture and policy decisions for the company. Had a great day in the office and got through a ton of good material. At the end of the day I went down to my Mom's place again, helped her to put together some furniture for the place and then we met some of our friends for dinner at Wasabi. The food was great, as you can see we ordered two full boats of raw fish! Afterwards we went up to my Mom's place, had some wine and talked until the wee hours!