This circa 1908 building in Lake Village, Arkansas (currently available for rent) once housed a bank until the early 1940s (Rachel Silva, 2011, Walks Through History: Lake Village CHD). After a brief stint in the building by “The Friendly Store” (no other information), Holloway’s Drug Store operated in the location until Mr. Holloway’s death. After that, the store continued to operate under the Holloway name by Ned Mazzanti, a pharmacist for Holloway.
…nice brick corbelling below the projecting cornice and a beveled corner entrance.
Silva doesn’t mention it, but I personally found the nice tricolor tile detailing impressive as well.