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Bank Saloon (Garfield County Bank)
The most elegant structure in town, this one-story brick corner bank with flattened-arch openings, a diapered frieze, and a corbeled cornice closed in 1937. After its rebirth as the town saloon and social center, it hosted Sunday morning services for Catholic masses and baptisms. The teller cages have been placed behind the bar, and the walkin safe now chills beer instead of bucks.
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