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FEDLRAL RESERVE BOARD HLE

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Septemtrr 4, 114.

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For your information and guidance I beg
to inclose herewith n copy of Regulation No.
1, prescribing the method of procedure in
appeals from the decision of the Reserve Bank
Organization Comittee.
Relpoctfully,

Sevretar.y Fro
Ur. O. A. Griffey, Caslier,
First MAional B
Cowgill, Missouri.

ILE. VICE PRESIDENT
'F'T. VICE PRESIDENT

J. W. RICE. PRFSIDUNT
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CAPITAL. $35.000.00

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SURPLUS. $7.000 00

COWGILL, MO. April 4, 1914.

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Hon. W. G. McAdoo,
Secretary of Treasury,
Washington, D. C.

APR 1 1 1914
ke. Bank Org Committee,

Dear Sir:I notice that we have been placed in the territory of St. Louis,for Regional Bank, which will certainly
be a great disadvantageto this, and other banks in this,
(Caldwell) County.
We have no connections with St. Louis whatever,
in any way. We do not carry a St. Louis account and have no
use for one.
The railroad and mail service are too indirect
to St. Louis.
We are within fifty miles of Kansas City, direct
mail service. We can go up in morning and back in evening
.
We are 150 to 200 miles from St. Louis and it would take
two days to make trip there and back.
Our territory sells
nothing in St. Louis and we have no occasion to use St.
Louis.
All of our live stock trade is with Kansas City and practic
ally
all other trade.
It would be a great injustice and would mean a
sacrifice to us to be compelled to do business with
Regional
Bank in St. Louis.
The natural and established flow of
business in this territory is with Kansas City.
We therefore projrest against this and beg of
you to take proper steps to correct same.


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Yours very truly,

Cashier.

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April 28th, 1914.

Sirs
/ an in rooted:ft of your letter. of April
4th and in reply bcc to advise that in detAgnatinj the rederal Rooervc, citieu und In detern:ning the ceogrtphical limAs of the Districts
to be sorved, the Committee ilave careful con:Adoration to the btAsiness convenience and welfare of the entiro ilounA7, and a.11 factors, includin4 the local !tve:;f

f e.tch b:‘nk vwre

studied and ful3y 4eiLhed.
The o6rtificate de:Agnatinj, these Diatriots has bon filod vLth the Oo2ptroilor of
the. Currency, and the Comittes cannot

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lesIlly make any chansea in .;11, Districts
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defined.
1e3peetfUlly,

Orville A. Griffey, Casier,
First NatIonal
Cowgill, Jo.

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