"Fulton EVENING GAZETTE, 10/11/1926," MHR 21 (1927)

"Fulton EVENING GAZETTE, 10/11/1926," MHR 21 (1927)

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Stone House. Col. Francis Marion Curlee is an attorney of St. Louis, brother of S. H. Curlee, president of the Curlee Clothing Manufacturing Company of St. Louis, who has also bought the old William Hays homestead, three miles away. Said Col. Curlee: <This place will never become a 'hootch' joint or a roadhouse, and it will never be commercialized. Italians were trying to get the property when I bought it, and if they had succeeded, it is probable that they would have made a roadhouse out of it, but now it is mine and is not for sale, and it is not going to be turned into a profit-making enterprise.> Curlee built the rear three-story "gallery" which others reported had been built in the nineteenth century. Fulton EVENING GAZETTE, 10/11/1926, reprinted in MHR 21 (1927):288

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