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<" Sit' f' A i *'•'* THE PEOPLE'S NEWSPAPER Today's Newt Tod»y,— Newt, Pictures and Comics xe L u s i Y B • v:0 E ws First Door South' of City Hall on South Twelfth Street. KSTABLISHED 1891. • MURPHYSBORO, PER WEEK FIFTEEN CENTS STATE ,<-'•••:.< ,'.' %; >',,' : .+).-,?. .^'', V V :,''-''. "I OWE THEM NOTHING, THEY OWE ME NOTHING" McADOO ANSWERS THEM Aspirant for Presidency Intimates Intimates Name Was Used For Political Purposes; Crime Against Public If Innocent Are Dragged In, Guilty Forgotten. Questioning By Lenroot Reveals Reveals Witness Had Served Connection With Doheny Day After Latter Confessed Confessed He Gave Fall $100,000. $100,000. (United Press) WASHINGTON, Feb. 11—"I owe them nothing and they owe me nothing." This was the answer today of William Q. McAdoo leading candi- datt for the Democratic candidacy for tht Presidency to testimony connept- Infl his name with the Hoheny oil In- tarssta the lessees of the California TTCTBOYCE DIES SATURDAY RITESMONDAY Mother of Independents Printer Passes Passes Away In St. Andrew's Hos pital—Complications The Cause Mrs. Trosey Catherine Boyce, beloved beloved wife of Chnrles C. Boyce, 2324 Clay Blreet passed away Saturday afternoon at 3:40 o.'clock at St. Andrew's Andrew's hospital, where Bue had been a patient since Thursday evening. Complications of diseases caused her death. She had been ill about ten days, but had been in ill health since she had nor teeth extracted a year ago, Deceased was born Tresey Catherine Catherine Buchanan, in Dexter, Mo., May 17, 1876. She was 47 years, 9 months and 22 days oUJ. On July 17, 1892, she, w^a united In marriage with. Charies 0. 'Boyce, at. TO CONFER ON GIVING STATI ROJffl_RIGHTS State and City Engineer Still Discuss Disowning of Corporate Territory For Highway Route, fllinois Avenue to Fairgrounds. A state engineer directing surveys for Illinois. Highway Route 13 entering entering Mnrphysboro on the north, will confer with City Engineer Thomas Dunn at the City, hall tomorrow relative relative to the State's suggestion that Murphysboro eject the Post building addition, Illinois avenue to,the Fair-, grounds, from the corporate; limits. If Murphysboro complies with the suggestion, officials are assured, the State will extend the high way. to the northern extremity of .Htb- street, in a southwesterly direction from the south east corner of the fairgrounds where the highwa will leave th'e line of the main road south'into^Muryhys- borp. This will mean that actually about 1300 feet of paved street will come within the line of the corporate limits on the north, free of charge. GOUNTEW^UB. ^AR* Best Gpjf • and Lake 1924 Objec- '•Enlarged Ch^S^oiwe-T^^Miflttcli With 'West pj-ankfor^t Arranged. ,' Country plub ill rectors I voted at their February meeting aj; th« week 0nd to; concentrate'{spring . work on HERRIN NEED .:..-''-' ' ' ' , ••'. After Thorough Investigation Investigation At "Seat p' Confus- siori^ WM jck^Vyriter Irrevocably Irrevocably ^ ^—~-» — pool in this. Rd.rf.ot the4tat«.^' ^ CUairmail ^^E^Robi^fe the; Gol Goli committee .ha'^ an-;r'a^^'ment thi's early for a iijitch-.-;.^i£pfth^ : r e<i°« b tr able West Frankfort;' golfers next Vv/The " •; We»l ,i early i fl the open seaMn';. The return game wiil be piayeU^h.ere itt July. West Pranfort has ^peijt on her won r ,«, last season by UeJeaUng, all .^m'era, the low-scoring y^ento^ golfers golfers -,included, OB the Mur-Elale .course. ' Pool improvements, thU, ; year .-'.wl^ consist Qf a Dermently-iald. beach, an* baUv boufor tberlladies Center, Peemon Twp. JaacksoD, County, IliiiioJB, ». S. A; ';- Alter ,yfeitini;-tht^scejit joJ trouble and di.scMs^in t^i .sltboation '^ith Mr. ij, John Si rracLis i tab jx, PASSES THROUGH C'DALE TOD AY; J4UNITSTHERE , Sheriff Galligan Glenn Young's Own Prisoner In Base' Base' nicnt of Town's City Hall; Mayor Anderson 1 and Others Others Transf erred From BIks,Club Cellar to County Jail. artists,. rour ^6r- lt^hit ; ii*Ve- ths United ,_ T .|eso'Ahierica .should establish a; @fl'%!Army^Pcst at Hcrrlh?Bunder the Deuartment o' Illinois. think'i i\, wpulf'bt ths rrteans o'^ in' th« contlnuoui movement o' Mil- npls hiillitiairieri'to and from • th« W*t o j confusion and would not inter- rtlpt basketball schedules, in Egypt by thr*e Men Ari^fed By Haider Deputies For Alle«e,a Bhsnwacfcing of Automobile Carrying Young and. Kansmen From Marion To Herrin-^estless Herrm District Again Quiet Under Soldiers' Eye. BULLETIN (United*Press) .' : .HEREIN, .HEREIN, ILL., February 11— Briga dier General; ; MiltSoreman, arriving here with ««" hundred.^,-,;., fifty-two state militiamen from Chicago this ^ tein ^ a = Sid Glenn Young, acting Chief of Police here, that , : . no<a of Caesar Young, a youth directly implicated Ora Thomas, the lead-

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 11 Feb 1924, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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