Harrisonburg Daily News, February 16, 1903

Harrisonburg Daily News

February 16, 1903

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Issue date: Monday, February 16, 1903

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Harrisonburg Daily News (Newspaper) - February 16, 1903, Harrisonburg, Virginia Th e ally ews. flowunt.A A Vol. 8, No. HARRISONBURG. VA.. MOlpAT, FEBRUARY 16, 1903. Price 1 Cent MILLER'S BARGAIN STORBS. Main Street and Public Square. Bankmpt Stock Sellinf at 50 cents on the Dollar and Less-Oreat Shoe Selling at our Stores this Week. Shoos, worth |l.2ft, �lji tnrbed so far as known except the cash drawer, which waa robbed of a few dollars In silver. The thieves forced the door In the same manner that another store had been entered in that plaoe a few nights before, and it seems certain that both robberies were effected by local crooks. Attempted Poiionlnf Bnspeeted. Every member of the family of Mr, Otho Gum. of near Meadow Dale. Highland Oonnty, became violently sick Jnst after dinner one day last week, and reports of ao attempt at wbolsaala poisoning wan freely oircu-lated. Or. Kenton Trimble, of Monterey, waa oallad in and it is thought �ana of the eases will prove fatal. Witness and Warned Lawyer to Treat Him as a Gentleman. Jndge Clarence J. Oampbull con-his tostiniony-in-chinf soon 'fiho coninitttn oiwnod its mission inomlng, and then the crnss illMtion began. The Jndge re-cool nndcr the ordual, snck-a lemon all the titilo, and tlio tie gave to .Tudgo I^oving dlfoot. Al the conclusion of the dirt^ct Ijinatloo Judge Campbell said ho .lealted to make a personal statement and he waa permitted to do so, He wont into an acoonnt of the Jtorsonal differences hn has had In Amherst County, and gave his side of Ihe oontravenqr with the Evans', both the Commonwealth's attorney and his father. He did kick the old gentleman, lie said. He not only kicked hint, bnt kicked him in the V>ooth and knocked ont fonr of his ileeth. It was because Mr. Evitns had >ealled him a our and a sconndrcl. No one, said Judge Campbell, regretted ^theee affairs more than he. Oonolnd-[ittg, Judge Campbell said his life �was an open book and that no one 'eonld find a flaw in his record, |