An unruly steer caused great consternation in Frost
Saturday. Capt. Jock Sanders was driving a herd of steers through town when one
of them became unruly, left the herd and dashed through the bank. Coming out on
the sidewalk he turned into the next building which was occupied by a
restaurant. Here he knocked things helter skelter as he ran from the rear of
the building, kitchen and all.
The Corsicana Daily Sun -Monday, April 19, 1915
Richard Joseph "Jock" Sanders mentioned in the
article is buried in the Frost
I am not positive if this article relates to the
"First National Bank", there may have been other banks there at the time.