Moore, Charles Gates
The following data is extracted from The Indian Territory, Its Chiefs, Legislators and Leading Men.
Charles Gates Moore was born in Montgomery County, Missouri, being the son of J. W. Moore, a merchant of Readsville, Missouri. At an early age Charles Gates was place at school at Fulton, Missouri, and at the age of fifteen commenced clerking in the same town. Later on he acquired a thorough knowledge of drugs, and in 1887 moved to Eufaula, in the Creek Nation, where he established a drug store at his present stand. Mr. Moore carries one of the largest stocks of goods in the Indian Territory. Some time ago he opened a branch house at Checotah, and here also he commands a large trade. The subject of our sketch is a member of the M. E. Church South, and of the Masonic order, being Master of the Eufaula lodge, Indian Chapter (McAlester), and Cæur de Leon Commandery, at Parsons, Kansas. He is a wide-awake businessman, and very popular.
Source: The Indian Territory, Its Chiefs, Legislators and Leading Men