111 N. Main Street - was built in or about 1880. The original windows in the upstairs have been covered, and stucco has been added to the outside. The 1930's saw Bill's Cafe as an occupant. Opened prior to 1950, this building was the Cozy movie theater owned by J.T. Hitt who also owned the Plaza and Park theaters in Bentonville. This theater was closed in 1956. The Cozy had a sign with a neon box of strawberries at the top, on which the strawberries appear to fall out of the box and down the side of the sign. Another unusual aspect of this movie theater was the seating. The seats faced east as you entered and the movie screen was behind you upon entering. Bob's shoe store was the occupant after the closing of the Cozy Theater and later Bush's Shoes run by Bertha Bush.
The Station Cafe, the current occupant, was established in 1977 as the Filling Station, then the name changed when the Turners purchased the business in the 1990's. The Station Cafe building recently sold and their last day in this space will be April 28th, 2018. An alternate location for their business has not yet been determined.