Jitmny Blitheman, the incorrigible, whose local criminal record has been oue niuch longer than Tommy's stature, is again iu trouble. Last Sunday he entered Milo Pulcifer's house on S. Main street doring the absence of the faniily and stole a pnoketbook froni a shelf. The pocketbook, wbioh belonged to Mr. Pnloifer's daaghter, contained a two-dollar bill and Blitbemau got it ohauged at Schiapaoassee's store. Blitheman was ariested next day and confessed the theft. His motber has given hini up as a bad boy and wants Jimmy taken care of. This time Jimmy is guilty of a states' prison offense and he will very likely serve time. His case will come up before Justioe Pond next Monday.