Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
. FISHER TO FACE SUPERIOR COURT Fisher, 27, , of Pullman, Wash., was bound over to, the superior court by Justice R. W. Harrison Friday charged with attempting to pass a forged check on the Cranston hardware store. With the check in evidence, lour witnesses testified against the prisoner, who was held under $2600 bail Ben B. Jackson, rancher, whose name was signed to the check, declared from the witness stand that the l nature was not his. Lester Cranston identified Fiifcer as the man who had attempted U pass the check in the store, and Constable Leroy Hillhouee and Deputy Sheriff Robert Lettch gave testimony showing that Fihtr's handwriting and (he the writbg 0 check, signature were similar. Fisher declared at me tost arrest that a check end offered him ft If h try to cash it for him.