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Charles S. Jobes

Charles S. Jobes, the president of the American National Bank, was reared in Northeastern Ohio, from where he moved south in 1871, at the age of seventeen, and engaged in civil engineering, railroad, and levee construction in the States of Texas and Mississippi.

     Later he engaged in banking, and in 1886 located in Southern Kansas, where he continued in banking until 1897, when he was appointed National Bank Examiner, and was thus employed until October 8, 1901, when he resigned as Bank Examiner to accept the presidency of the American National Bank of Kansas City, Mo.  During his term of service as National Bank Examiner his territory covered all of the States of Kansas, Missouri, south of the Platte River in Nebraska and the Indian Territory, and included over two hundred and fifty National Banks.  His work as Bank Examiner also gave him high standing with the Comptroller of the Currency, and he was made receiver of three National Banks during his period of service.

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