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When the Chenoweth’s left to explore the west
The Chenoweth family had some bad luck while living in North Dakota as evidenced by these headlines form the March 22, 1906 issue of the Monroe Evening Times.
Some of you may remember that I did a column more than three years ago about the gorgeous house that Frank Chenoweth had built in 1889; it still stands on the southeast corner of 10th Street and 20th Avenue. Frank was Arabut Ludlow’s nephew and left Monroe, and his established business here, to explore the west with his wife and son, Chester. They loaded two railroad cars of goods and left on October 10, 1905.