Gorman Texas from the early 20's
Looks like a Studebaker dealer. The two cars in the foreground are six cylinder models. The one towards the rear is a Studebaker four. All about 1919 - 20.
Why did some Studebakers have round headlight rings, and others
have some goofy shaped ones ???
I agree that the cars in the photo are 1919 or 1920 vintage. However, I think the car in the foreground is a Buick. The 1920 Buick photo below is very similar to the original photo in styling, shape of the cowl, curvature of the fenders, number of louvers in the hood, oval rear window, etc.
What part of this post is about Sabinal, Texas? It is nowhere near Gorman.
I think you are right Dan - the car in the background is likely a Studebaker, and the two in the front look more like Buicks.