109 N. Main St. - The building was built around 1880, and the 1919 address was listed as 1107 Main Street, as the city changed their street names and numbering systems between these two dates. This was D. H. Woods Dry Goods & Notions Store. The original wood floors and brick walls are worn smooth with age which gives a wonderful character to the building. The Bentonville Cash Store, a dry goods store owned by Burkes and Venita Dudley, operated here from the 1910's to the 1950's. It the 1970's, the Day Drygoods Store occupied this space. Then in the 1980's, the Etcetera Bible bookstore was located here, and in 2011 it became the Majesty Republic Art Gallery. The building was purchased in 2012 by HRH Haifa Bint Naif Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, the granddaughter of the King of Saudi Arabia. She recently sold the property to an investment company for renovation.