By Walter Williams
"JAMES H. McCoRD. the expansion of a very good company in a urban is a compendium of the growth and improvement of town itself, for the latter is yet a meeting of fellows and their households, who're ultimately pointed out with the furthering of those transactions. the good urban of St. Joseph, with its heterogeneous industries and far-reaching alternate and trade, owes its wonderful progress and prosperity to its place as a dispensing heart of the goods of an enormous kingdom, and its focus of construction; however it isn't any much less indebted to the nice enterprise homes, and the enterprising males who've built them from modest beginnings to out of the ordinary. measurement. one of many greatest and most crucial advertisement matters of St. Joseph is the wholesale grocery condominium of Nave-McCord Mercantile corporation, which below the directing head and hand of its president, James H. McCord, maintains to fulfill with the prosperity which it loved lower than its founder, the overdue James McCord."
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Although he has not practiced law since 1890, Mr. Morton has found many opportunities for useful service, has long been a leader in democratic politics, and has served in both branches of the legislature, and in the fall of 1914 was again elected a member of the State Senate. While an active lawyer Mr. Morton was a commanding figure in the courtroom, and has subsequently become well known on the lecture platform and in the forum of politics. In all his activities and relations he has shown himself bold, independent and fearless, a scorner of petty tricks, always fighting in the open for what he believed to be right, and exercising a careful and considerate judgment in handling all interests entrusted to his charge.
E. Sherwood, under the firm name of Sherwood & Allen. That firm dissolved in July, 1898. After several years of individual practice Mr. Allen became associated with Charles H. Mayer, under the name Allen & Mayer. Mr. Mayer was subsequently elected to the Circuit Court bench. Mr. Allen at a later date was senior member of the firm of Allen, Nichols & Neville and later of Allen, Gabbert, Mitchell & Martin, but in 1912 again practiced as an individual. His reputation as a trial lawyer has been steadily growing, and in the past twenty years he has enjoyed many of the better distinctions of the profession.
Norris, and the firm of James & Norris continued to control a large and representative law business until it was dissolved by the election of Mr. Norris to the office of city counselor of St. Joseph in 1905, since which time Judge James has conducted an individual practice, and his clientage is of important order. He has appeared in many noteworthy litigations in the courts of this section of the state and has presented numerous causes before the Missouri Supreme Court. Judge James has been unfaltering in his allegiance to the democratic party and has been a prominent and influential campaign worker.
A history of northwest Missouri by Walter Williams