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Chas. H. Moore
Charless H. Moore

Chas. H. Moore, assistant cashier of the National Bank of Commerce, was born at Bloomington, Illinois, on July 7, 1857.  His boyhood days were spent in El Paso, Ill.  At the age of seventeen he began his banking career with the First National Bank of Athens, O.

     In 1887 he became associated with the National Bank of Kansas City and in 1890 with the National Bank of Commerce, being appointed assistant cashier in 1896, which position he now holds.

    His twenty-eight years' experience with city and country banking has made him familiar with all the details of banking, and especially qualified him for the important position he now holds with this great banking house.
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