113 West Main Street.
A. Stanley Miller of Richmond is the credited architect and C. R. Butler, a local builder, for the construction of this 1925 bank building. It is an example of commercial architecture that incorporated elements of the Classical Revival with Egyptian detailing. Originally the Citizens National Bank, it has been home to various other banking entities over the years.
The next stop can be seen across the street - The Spark's Building, currently housing the "Forked on Main" restaurant.