These extraordinary general store and/or commissary structures located north of Blakely are great examples of early 20th century retail architecture in the rural context. [There is a third structure I was unable to photograph due to vegetation]. I wonder if there may have been a named community here at one time, but I can’t locate any mention of it in the limited sources I’ve consulted.
I hope to learn more. Thanks to Stephany Kurth for pointing me in their direction.