Clipped From Portsmouth Daily Times
re- and was at the s J. N. Hudson A jury of twelve men settles most cases in court. Here is a jury One Hundred Men who arc giving their verdict on Superintendent E. O. McCowen. They have worked with him on 2-1 Hoards of Education and he has work- ed with them. To Whom It May Concern: We, the undersigned, have been members of one of the Hoards of Education of the Scioto County School District, for either all or a part of thu lime that Superintendent E. 0. Mcl'mvcn has been County Superintendent of Schools.. - At no time has Superintendent E. 0. McCowcii ever atfcmptcd lo usurp our power or to dictate to us in any way. On Uic other hanil he has presented various recommendations to our Board from lime to time- und said recommendations have been thoroughly discussed by our Board and were acted upon according In the dictates of the judgments of the members of the Hoard. We resent the statements that are being circulated, either directly or by implication, to the contrary. Superintendent McCowen lias aided us with wise advice on many difficult school questions. No more industrious, conscientious and hard worker for good schools can be found than he. After years of cooperation with him we know that he is efficient. Vain attempts lo misrepresent him will not succeed. So far as we can see. persons responsible, for this campaign of misrepresentation have opposed measures for sood schools and have done all they coiiid during the time he has been County 'Superintendent to make his work for school improvement fail. Respectfully, (Signed) C. R. Brown, R. 15. (Jrimshaw. John F. Brisker. (Jenrge. K. McCain, el. F. Shela, Ord Thompson. Pres. E. Thompson, W. M. Vaiulivort, -lames Barker. Chas. T. Holnian. Ernest W. Cl'mc. C. E. Carter, |jÂ«y Hazelbiiker, Frank Lewis., M. L. Homer, .1. 11. Cox. Timmus Crowe. ar Phipps, ..lames B. Hempliill. C. M. Rlarkhnrn, J. N. While, Marley Mustard.'f. P. Thompson. J. A. Reynolds. IJ. Mustard. Waller U'liinn, Sylvester Hirch. T. F. McMnniK, Samuel Pyle. W. J. Knittel, I). C. Storkham. Frank Itcnner. (u-o. Knost. George Cunningham, A. C. Stockham. Otto Sielitu;, A. B. Preston, -lohii Dnls. Otto Xoeliner. (i. W. Smith, ". M. Andre, S. C. Robinson. Carl Davisson, Smith draff, E. V. Seeley, .lames Hughes. Frank J. Boynton, O. E. Silcott. W. 15. llalstead, C. II. Wliili, Chas. L. Mousey, C. i. Etler- li:i?. I). F. Lemon, .1. S. Violet, Jamvs Jacobs, James N. Hates, I*. A- Scott, Uert Scot!. Truman Newman. A. li. -McHrlde. N. R. Debolt. Warren Davis. T. C. Thomas. A. F. l/rch, I). II. Rupert. John F. (iabler. A. B. Fenion, K. It. Hill. John Speck, Clyde Evans. Arthur Covert. Ue Howard. Ellis K. MrCull. P. S. Ei:stor. S. E. Spencer. Robert K. Kress. J. F. Cordon. Clms. Uorkadrn. II. C. Umden. Wm. l\3. Frwniau, Chas. (turns. James Vangorder..i$. E. Samson, Ijmis U- Poole, .). D. Poole. Kenlon Lawson. W. II. Humble, ilowdrri Complon. Albert Turner, Ed Warren, II. E. Spriggs, I). M. Bennett. 4Â«enrgr Hoover. Daniel OaUes. Ccnrgr Strehle. John C. ISIaker. A. 0. Campbell. Irviu Howser. Charley 15. Dolf, II. II. Miltendorf. Dr. A. C. Stevens, E. A. MrCall. Nut a Hoard of Education in Svlolo County without representation in this endorsement and only ONE P.oiird without either a majority or all of the members. Wljat could be more forcefni? These ONE HUNDRED men. as duly elected representative Hoard Members of the various districts of Scioto County, knowing the p'end:ii work of Superintendent MrCiiwen commend him to l' 1 ^ people, resent the j-.llack made upon him, and urge the voters Â«Â· Seiolo Cm.r.ty lo vole for AL TURNER. WILLIAM BRANT and JOHN S. VIOLET.