Completed prior to the Civil War, this stuccoed brick building has served as an office for many Clark County attorneys. Early Arkadelphia bricklayer J. H. O'Baugh built the structure for James Witherspoon. In addition to Harris Flanagin, Confererate Governor of Arkansas, other owners of note have been Duncan Flanagin, J. H. Crawford and Ernest Still. The law offices of B.W. Sanders and Randy L. Hill currently occupy the building, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.