Years ago I saw a photo of this building from the late 19th century showing it as the First National Bank. It is located in Uvalde, Texas across the street from City Hall, and has been sitting empty for decades.
In the old photo were four double-handled urns on top of the building, which are now damaged or missing. I like the classic corner entry door. A lot of bank buildings from the turn of the 20th century had that feature, and I always look for it when I go through a small town.