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title: 'Pullman herald. (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, April 15, 1905, Image 4',
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THE POLLIK HERRLD.
Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
ery Saturday morning, and entered nt
the Pullman postoffice as second-class
mail matter. ]
ALLEN BROS. - - Publisher*
V.'ii.iokd Ai.i.,:n, Editor.
TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION!
$1.00 per year, strictly inaflvance.
Six months, 75 cents.
One year, not paid in advance, - $2.00
AH advertisements will be continued an
charged for until ordered out.
The New Herd Law.
By request of pome of our read
ers, we publish below the list of the
new herd law enacted by the re
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any
kind or character •( live stock to run at
large in any county in this state in which
three-fourths of the lands, outside of
the incorporated cities and towns, are
under fence, or any portion of said coun
ty three-fourths of which portion is un
der fence, when said portion is separated
from the balance of said county by any
natural barrier such as a river, range of
hills or other sufficient barrier: Pro
vided that where more than one-fourth
of any district is used for grazing of cat
tle or horses on the public domain or on
unfenced lands, such district shall be
excluded from the operation of this act,
notwithstanding the fact that said coun
ty may come within its provisions, and
the county commissioners shall desig
nate such townships or parts of town
■hips which shall be excluded from the
provisions of this act: Provided, fur
ther, that an area or district of less than
one township shall not be considered for
Section '_'. It shall be the duty of the
board of county commissioners of the
respective counties of this state when
ten or more freeholders shall make appli
cation for the enforcement of this act to
at once determine whether or not three
fourths of the lands, outside of the in
corporated cities and towns, in such
county is under fence, or whether three-!
fourths of any portion of any county
separated from the balance of said coun
ty by natural barrier, is under fence.
Section S. The board of county com*
missioners, in arriving at the per cent of
lands in said county or portion of county
tinder fence, shall be governed ■by the
records in the office of the county assess
or of such county showing the amount
of lands under fence, which shall be con
clusive and binding upon all lie resi
dents and freeholders in such county.
Section 4. It shall be the duty of the
county assessor of each county in this
state, at tjie time of making the assess
ment in each year to make a list of the
lands in each county, outside of the in
corporated cities and towns under fence,
and tile a certified copy of such list each
year at the conclusion of the assessment,
with the board of county commissioners
showing the aggregate number of acres
of land under fence and not under fence.
Section 5. It shall be the duty of the
board of county commissioners, on re
ceipt of a certified copy of such list of
the lands, outside of the incorporated
cities and towns, under fence ami not
under fence, from the county aeseisor,to
at once determine whether or not a
sufficient per cent of the lands in such
county or portion of county as provided
herein, is under fence, to bring said
county or portion of such county within
the provisions of this act, and if it is
found that three-fourths of the lands of
■aid county or portion of .said county,
outside of the incorporated cities and
towns, is under fence*, it shall be the
duty of the board of county commis
sioners to make such entry in the re
cords of their office and publish notices
therto! for at least four successive weeks
In the official paper of said county,
ting fortli the fact that three-fourths of
the land in such county or portion of
county, outside of the incorporated
cities and towiiH, is under fence, and
that live stock found running at large in
Buch county or portion of county on
after thirty days from the first publica
tion of said notice shall be treated as
estrays, and eatrays in any county in
which one-fourth of the area, outside of
the cities and towns therein, shall be
under enclosure or fence, may be taken
up at any time in the year.
Section 6. Any owner who permits
his live stock to run at large contrary to
the provisions of this act shall be deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
Conviction thereof phall be fined in any
ium not lesi than $25 nor more thansloo
for each otl'ense, and it shall be the duty
Of the prosecuting attorney of euch
county, when it has b«en determined by
the board of county commissioners un-
der the provisions of this act that three
fourths of the lands in such county or
portion of county is under fence, on com
plaint of any freeholder or resilient of
such county to forthwith prosecute the
owner of such stock found running at
large for such misdemeanor.
— Ernest (.'nburn, a student in
the wood working department at
the College, got his left hand in the
planing machine Thursday, with
the result that the first two fingers
of the hand were amputated at the
second joint, and the thumb and
third finger are Beriously cut and
lacerated. It is not yet known
whether the thumb will he saved
—J. 11. McKenzie was up from
bis Snake river fruit f.irm last
week. He Btates that the fruit
prospect is excellent, the trees be
ing in full bloom. Farther up the
river in the vicinity of Lewiston
and Clarkston, the peach crop is a
total failure, the frost last winter
having been too much for it.
—The county seat has made up
its mind to have a city park, the
site decided upon oeeupping three
lots along the river bank. Pull
man has two city parks, of about
15 acres extent.
Call before Easter and afterwards
also. New millinery just received
from St. Louis and New York.
Will be opened next week for in
spection and sale. Mrs. Layson,
middle room; ground floor Flatiron
—J. D. Kleek, of Pierce City,
was here Thursday visiting bis
brother, George E. Ritehey. Mr.
Kleek is a mining man who has
8on)e valuable properties in the
When you begin to think of
painting your houseandbarn come '
and let ifti figure the coat of paint
ing with Kin lock paint. Watt's
The new store, to be called the
"Surprise" store, is coming to Pull
man, and will open with the great
sacrifice sale April 22d.
—Dr. Lew Harris has disposed
of his business at Colton, and
will locate in Pullman, where he
will continue the dispensing of
New spring hats will be open
next week by Mrs. Layson, middle
room, ground floor Flatiron build
—A son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Cooper, at Colfax,
Thursday. Mrs. Cooper was form
erly Mamie Outman of this city.
Watt's squirrel poison, ready
mixed, the best by test, made only
at Watt's Pharmacy, Five pounds
for one dollar.
—Mrs. A. B. Baker attended
the grand lodge, Degree of Honor,
at Tacoma, this week, as a dele
gate from the local lodge.
—Police Judge Swain left Satur-1
day for California, to attend the
session of tha W. 0. W. grand
The wonderful new squirrel
poison, only at Watt's Pharmacy,
five pounds for $1 .
—-Pres. Bryan returned Thurs
day from a trip to the coast.
For all kiiids of carpentring, call
Up phone 22').
For RENT—Nicely furnished front
room, with bay window. Enquire at
residence of W. L. White. (24tf)
Any reliable farmer or stockman wish
ing the use of a good Herford bull for the
season on most reasonable terms should
consult Prof. Elliot, of the College.
Wanted a good stockman to work at
the College farm—See \V. P. Foster, farm
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1 Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
, Planet Jr. and Iron Age garden
. tools at the Pullman Hardware
If you want to be abreast of the
times you must have a Studebaker
buggy, ( 23 )
Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
%s£ss&*, STEWART ■ OUTMAN
Office over First National Bank HcL T*H W3.F6 CO«
, „ , Bain and Moline Wagons, Henney lluggies
If you air going to build call ana '.''•"::.'.
see me ami Hacks, DeKalb Hog, Chicken and
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mm^ Lawn Fencing, Empire Cream Separators,
CRESCENT Buffalo Pitts Threshers and Engines, Iron
ST UD I O '^c Cultivators, Majestic and Moore Rang-
_ es, Cole's Hot Blast Healers, Paints, Oil,
HiQfi Glass PflOlOPPlj Glass > Brmhes, Tools, Cuttle,;,, Plumbing'
| —- / Work, Dutchman and John Deere Plows.
All work given best of attention
j I make groups, views and
stamp photos, as well as j^
regular portrait work
W. E. HUDSON
LOOKING OVER 1900 f^f^t! 19°°
Tne entire neW o f Ml eoc, WASHED Sir Oil WASHER
The entire field of science, #£aY- /ifflfiA t i nuiiutx
nowhere has there been such Ls %' **\^_.. -
progress as in the Science
of Optics and the fitting of j& &>
Glasses. Our success in
tire, to the fact that we em- \ I 111 MMI Hfll ll
brace every new meritorious §9 W S\ I 1 Iff I fll IN
idea. We const U I Ll■ft | I I UU I Iflfflll
to originate new methods of TJT Jk /""**
excellence that will in any Xi3» FQW3.F6 V^O*
way aid us in the practice of " ~"ZZl^Zl^^lZl^ZZl!^^^^^!^^^^^~~~~ mm^^
CHAS. BULL, President. J. F. THAYER, Secretary.
W. L. WHITE, M. D. "P«»ll'-»*%a-r%
At White's Drug Store JL \JL JL JLIH 4jk llL
SEE Plumbing' Co.
' V 10K PLUMBING STOVES RANGES
Fountain Pens We have also added a nice line of Garden Tools,
p. , , Hose, Graniteware and Tinware.
ianther PnnrU The best ec ui PPed Tin and Plumbing Shop in the city, with the
J^eaitlU LrOOab best assortment of Plumbing Supplies and Fixtures that has
Choice Candies ever been Seen in Pull™"- We make a specialty of Tinning,
Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating, and absolutely guaran-
PerKumtS tee a"' work in these lines.
v Notions """^
Me- FRANK BURNETT
Your wants will be ,— --m^-r^^^^^-wr-^ a
looked after WOOD COAL
Washington and Wyoming Coal always on hand.
Sand and first class Posts for sale.
.3^P|p2iS?^f?§P¥l Transferring and Hauling of All Kinds.
/_: -^s'^^^- Phone 548» or '" °'de" at Hultzc f Barber Shop, next d oor to P.O.
%^M||l|§ C Klossner & H. Meyer
jfcaail^pp...... Successors to J. Price
vi T L *_ Z~~-^ ' ~~~ — DEALERS IN — - !
35^^ WOOD and COAL
CADI! IDAHO Transferring and Hauling of All Kinds
IAX Ifl LU AN V LeaVe yOUr ° rderS at the Ch °P mi or Whitham & Wagner's Store
Lowest Rates and the J^^U^ Pullnjail Sfe&IIl UffOiM
Broadest Privileges. ' JN' SCOTT- Pr°P-
RfIMF ANfl i#m. First-class work
UUITILHIIU (Ip^gta ' guaranteed
SOTITPF^ Rr fAnnK 'v'-vl Ifebi. J^^K.4? Located on Grand St. near O. R. &N.
bQUIRES & GADDIS S^PtK^^^Sflj^ depot.
Fkt-iron Block' "^^^PWW^ Pull man) Wash .