Nichter's Livery and Feed Stable

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Jake Nichter’s large family was prosperous and ambitious. His son Al built a garage, worked as a rural mailman, and dealt in real estate and auctions. His son Ed worked at the bank and eventually became bank president. Two more of Jake’s sons Joe and Henry ran the livery, which was located on the corner of “Barn Alley” and E. Market St. (current Utah Court, where the Canal Fulton Elementary playground is). Joe later sold the livery to a man named Jordon, and opened the J.F. Nichter Sawmill.