116 W. Central - Leuken / Craig Building - This building was built in 1905 by H. A. Leuken - After being built for many years it was a meat shop and hide processing operation. In 1914 the structure was used as motion picture theater for silent movies with a violin and piano accompaniment. Brick for this building was from a kiln between Bentonville and Vaughn. I believe in 1919 Jackson Dry was location. The Fletchers owned the building prior to the Black's who opened a clothing store in this location. It was then sold to the Craig's. The Craig's used the same name for the business as the previous owner. The business was Black (Ready to Wear) for 55 years, making it the oldest business in town under the same name.