Photograph of the exterior view of the Citizens National Bank Building, which is also known as the Cotton Exchange Building, on the S.W. corner of Main Street and Third Street, ca.1913. Foreman and Clark's clothier is also located in the building and signage is on the third floor. The building is about six-stories tall. Cloth awning almost all of the window fronts on Main Street side of the building. The streets are busy with pedestrian and vehicle traffic. Utility lines zigzag across the streets.; Legible signs include: "Citizens National Bank", "ice cream", "bank officers, directors", ..."domestic exchange [...] bought and sold, [tel]egraphic and cable transfers", "pool", "sale now", "power off", "Foreman & Clark, $25.00 suits and overcoats $15, entrance 106 W. Third St., take elevator and save $10.00, $25.00 sample suits for men $15", "tailors", "Pinney building", "D.M. Hunsaker, lawyer", "I.R. Ruben, attorney at law, notary", "Geo W. Harding, structural engineer".