Was told it represents 1.3 million bushels of corn
The 100 block on Second Street. West side has the oldest business building still standing in downtown Texhoma. It is not known exactly when the building was built, but it was first the Jim & Bob Saloon. In early days there were two front doors and two separate shops in the building. Many businesses have been in the building including Snell Racket Store, a racket store being a forerunner to the variety store; Winney's Restaurant; Boyer Tin Shop; Bennett Jewelry; Miller Shoe Repair: a pool hall; Sellar's Feed Store; Doyle Schafer Cleaners; Butts Bowling Alley; Butts Dress Shop: Hanson Plumbing and Used Store; W.R. Waterwell Service, and Harlan Repair.
Tri-State Automotive operated by Tony Gill was there for a couple years and then Noel Wilson's body shop.
Now it is empty.