Good Old Days: April 11, 2019


April 11, 2019

125 years ago

The Commoner, April 6, 1894

There was excitement in the town of Tekoa for several hours last Tuesday, and if a cyclone had struck the Commercial State Savings Bank of that place, and carried the building, along with the bank officers, a few miles into the country, President H. L. Moody and Cashier O. D. Moody would hardly have been more astonished than they were when Deputy Sheriff John McMahon suddenly stepped into the bank at noon and informed Mr. Moody that judge Sullivan had appointed a receiver for the institution, i...

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