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Redington Livery

The Lusk Herald, August 6, 1886


"A.L. Smails and Fred Redington have new signs, the handiwork of Dan Howe."



One of the Finest and Best Equipped Establishments in the Territory

Fred Redington's livery establishment, in this city, is well worth a special mention in these columns. It is 40x80 feet in size, and will accommodate 48 head of horses. He has 20 head of the best roadsters, seven new and elegant buggies and his harness is all the best hand-made.  Below in the barn is a well finished office  and two harness rooms, and above are sleeping apartments,  hay lofts and grain bins. From the latter, spouts descend, from which any kind of grain or feed can be drawn.

Mr. R. keeps the best Nebraska hay, which he purchases by the car load. He makes a specialty of good saddle horses, and also has 175 fine young mares and horses for sale. Call on him when you want anything in his line. 


The Lusk Herald, September 10, 1886

Fred H. Redington, Proprietor

"The Large New Livery Feed and Sale Stable.

Good Horses, Fine Buggies, Careful Drivers

First Class Saddle Horses A Specialty"

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