Category Archives: Livery

Teft and Campbell

Robins, C. C. and Co.

Richard Jenness, Esq., has retired from the livery business, and the management of the stone feed and livery stable on the river bank will be continued by C. C. Robins & Co. Charles is always accommodating and attentive, and there … Continue reading

Pickrell. W. T.

Excavations for the foundation of a new Livery Stable on Main street are now being made on the lots immediately south of the store of Volrath & Shoemaker. It will be thirty-five feet front and seventy-five feet in depth. Mr. … Continue reading

Bodley, C. S.

Nothing has been left out that goes to make a complete livery by Mr. Bodley, proprietor of the well appointed livery stable located at 201-7 East Second St. This stable has been under this management since 1904, and at present … Continue reading

Cannon Ball Livery, Sale and Feed Stable

C. F. Avenarius is proprietor of the “Cannon Ball” Livery, Sale and Feed Stable, located at 118 and 120 East Second street. This stable is first class in all appointments, furnishing the finest turnouts, promptly, on all occasions. One of … Continue reading

Hotel de Hoss

“Hotel de Hoss” is the more or less euphonious name of S. A. Hester’s livery barn at 509 and 511 South Main street. It is indeed a comfortable hotel for horses, being of brick, warm and comfortable, floors, stalls and … Continue reading

Turner, J. L.

J. L. Turner is proprietor of a well kept livery, feed, sale and boarding stable at 113 West Second street. A livery convenience is an essential of every close community. Good and well trained horses, easy vehicle and careful drivers … Continue reading

Wilson’s Livery Barn and Merchant’s Delivery

Mr. F. M. Wilson is the proprietor and active head of the livery barn located at 103-5 North Main Street, and the Merchant’s Delivery System with quarters at the same location. This delivery system is one of the most modern … Continue reading

Tefft and Campbell

Robbins and Jenness