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Lohr & Son

London Times
Livery and Feed Stables, one square west of Court House, opposite Samuel Lenhart's Carriage Works, established in 1840, covering a space of 66 by 132 feet.
With a capacity for feeding 200 horses, at moderate charges, and sheltering 75 vehicles. We boast of the largest Feed Business in the country. The reason is, that we pay particular attention to watering and feeding horses, and sheltering vehicles, omnibuses, &c. We convey patrons of the stable to and from depots free of charge. Also, an excellent hotel in connection with stable. When you go to London be sure and inquire for LOHR & SON'S STABLES.
London, Madison County, Ohio.

From Atlas of Madison County by J.A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio (1875)

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