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Hendricks Hardware


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This stone building was built in the middle 1870s by Conrad Mueller. It operated as a saloon until Prohibition and then Mr. Mueller went into the hardware business. Currently the Hendricks own and operate the hardware business. A stroll through the building is a must. Browsing this quaint hardware store is like taking a step back in time.



Address: 300 Missouri Street

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