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From Poisoning Continued from page one and Mrs. Taylor said she was acting upon the instructions from the voice of God. She said that when she heard the voioe it came from her left side each time. The voice told her she was to sacrisce the children, and there were some further in structions which are withheld from print. Suffice it to say that it showed conclusively that the mind had gone into unbalance and the lady was acting upon ideas entirely foreign to her usual mode of life and could only be accounted for on the basis of insanity. On being asked if she would give up those ideas if allowed to return home, she said that she would not. She was com ) ; mitted to the asylum and was given a separate room and rests and sleeps and seems not at all to comprehend that anything appalling has hap 93U .in* ffilQVl 4m .JJlflf! ."HiaflB i YA n 7^ 09 ] . fAsJgj A -/fools OfM 'C norite A rtoQ ori) So viio ■ v;;M . .at .q 5 he 0) fc'fOlOSf : 1 IIlW • riooa bar . w 0> it 1 J $ % ft rv * &_A Lint i A'wU\ iJV ?A. <A y A <//■ St .3f. +n*ibift9i >1 I yi ji iv/izn -1X51*1 l .KOI % 9 if TO} j&fUS ; V xioUaixnfl —Give Jewelry for Graduation n 6 Jj '! in ft* • i } b; 'l im h .Blfiotv Christ—Jeweler Special Offer on Automatic Washers Ends May 10th The greatest Washing Machine offer the Idaho Power Company ever made will come to a close on May 10, so if you are going to have one of these wonderful Cop per Tub Automatics delivered to your home for $1.00 down you should place your order at once. 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A clinic la being held at the asylum and an examination of her teeth showed that she has two of her first set of teeth yet, on the right side, and those mat should have grown into place are held back in the bony substance of the jaw and must necessarily be obstructing the normal operation of nerves and blood vessels. An X-ray picture will be taken and developed and further study made to see if there is reason for extracting those teeth, thought that it will require some surgery to get the teeth out of the bony case in which they are held. This matter of unusual tooth con ditions is not announced as a rea son for her insanity, but as a pos sible cause, and the extraction of the teeth may or may riot set the mind to functioning naturally. Every ef fort will be made to discover the cause and to remove it when' found. Mrs. Taylor is the daughter of George Davis, formerly of Thomas, It is but who has lived for some years near Basalt. She has always been a very gentle and lovable girl and woman, of the kindly disposition that never would harm anything or anybody. As a girl she always had a great diBlike for having a tooth pulled and evaded it as long as she could. When strychnine is taken into the system in the right amount to cause death by the quickest process, the victim will have a spasm in about twenty minutes after taking the poison. The muscles of tfie chest contract and remain rigid and prac tically prevent breathing by the force of the pressure on the lungs and smothering results quickly. If there is recovery from the first spasm, there will be an interval of rest and t(ien another and another until the patient dies of smothering and cramps. If the dose is too strong, vomiting is likely to result and there is more chance for re covery than when the dose is just strong enough to bring on convul sions at the start. Colonel Fugate it Blackfoot and Po catello Visitor Colonel M. A. Fugate and wife came up from Aberdeen Monday and remained a day or two and then went to Pocatello for a few days' visit. The Colonel said they had been at home about all winter and now it had come time to make garden and he thought he had better get away. When asked if he were going to be a candidate for the lower house of the legislature this year he said he thought he would keep. out of it. He said that some of the people at Aberdeen had been asking that he get into the race, but that he wanted to follow his own personal wishes this time and let somebody else look after the people's interests at the county seat and the state capital. The colonel said he had attended the reservoir meeting Friday at Aberdeen and voted against going into it on the big district plan, but that; it carried by a small margin, so he was for it because the majority were for it. His principal ground for objection was the fact that one irrigation district cannot lap over another, and that if they needed money to finance something else in the next twenty years this big dis trict organization and bond would, in his judgment, prevent them from financing anything else. s T HONORING" MISS MOLDEN Mrs. C. F. Molden and Mrs. Henry Giles entertained Friday and Sat urday at the Molden hqme, honoring Miss Mabel Molden, who is to be married May 1 to William Curley. Friday six tables of bridge were arranged, Mrs. Cowen receiving the high score and Mrs. Harold Sedg wick the all .cut. Miss Molden was presented with the guest favop. Dainty refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. A number of guests were invited in for tea. The hostesses Were as sisted by Mrs. Holbrook, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Eldredge, Mrs. C. V. Fisher and Mrs. Millick. Saturday five tables were ar ranged for bridge and a number of guests were invited in for tea. Mrs. McFarland received the bridge favor and Mrs. Austin the all cut, Miss Molden receiving the guest prize. Dainty refreshments were served. The hostesses' were assisted 'by Mrs. Hamilton Wright, Mrs. E. E. Sanders, Mrs. Millick, Mrs. Charles Harris and Mrs. DeHart. The rooms were beautifully deco rated with flowers. AUTOMOBILE PLUNGED On Monday evening Edward Bing ham and his family had an accident with their steering gear and ran their car across the sidewalk and into the Parkinson cellar by the telephone exchange. A fender made of light lumber that stood at the edge of the cellar crumpled when the car struck it, and the front end of the car dropped over the bank into the pit, striking the mound of gravel heaped up in the bottom. The rear wheels remained on the side walk and the family spilled out with little or no injury. There was very little damage to the car and fortun ately no fire started, for he shut off the current and killed the engine. Some telephone poles were brought Into use for lifting the car out, after first anchoring it to keep It from going on In, and it was back into commission in an hour or so. + FARM LOANS! QUICK SER VICE! UNLIMITED AMOUNTS! I have for months searched for a farm loan proposition that was rea sonable under the conditions and here it is: 1. Seven day service on perfect title. 2. No mortgage too large. 3. Rate reasonable considering competition in money market with tax exempt securities. 4. Lands appraised within few hours of application. 5. Ten year loan, optional pay ments of $100, or multiple begin ning with third interest paying date. 6. If you pay your loan off within five years, fine! If you don't pay it oft in five years it saves you the cost of a new loan, thus it is possible to save half your loan cost. 7. You get ACTION, adv. 16 tf. C. S. BEEBE. 4 FARMERS' INSTITUTE AT FORT HALL A farmers' institute was held at Fort Hall on Thursday afternoon under the auspices of the Fort Hall agency and the Oregon Short Line for the purpose of stimulating in terest in dairying, hog-raising and poultry industries as well as in potato culture. Farmer (C. L.) Smith, the nation ally known agriclturist and C. C. Gignoux, assistant supervisor of agriculture of the Unon Pacific were the principle speakers. The meeting was held in the as sembly hall at the government school, and the Indian band gave a concert. + ATTENDED CONFERENCE Pierre Pelkey, Kenneth Jones, Paul Pearson, Frank Halverson, Lloyd Johnston, Glen Hammond, Paul Carruth, Ernest Johnson, Ger ald Stewart, Stanley Parkinson, Wallace York, Harold Hickenlooper and. Solan Van Blaricom returned the latter part of last week from Pocatello, where they have been at tending the vocational conference which lasted three days. There were about 150 in attendance from this part of the state. The conference proved to be very fine and highly educational. SUMMER HERD I am engaging stock for my sum mer herd at 85 cents a month. WILLIAM DELZER, Blackfoot adv. 12-6 iw Brown-Hart Co. "The Home qt Popular Prices" P\ New Dresses of Women and Misses What a remarkable difference and what a change in a tired disposition can be had by hav fresh new dress. imm \J r All ing a pretty as they can be, is the verdict rendered by many of A our patrons. $17.50 $22.50 \ ■*' With an extreme moderateness in price. A choice col lection to choose from as low as $11.75 A Footwear Pumps and oxfords . $ 2 . 95 , $ 3.50 $ 4 . 00 , $ 5 . 00 , $ 6.50 These come in the latest syles. rr .Don't fail to see our window displays 4 V Get Butterwrappers at The Republican The Auto Electric Co. have the necessary skill and equipment to repair and maintain your electrical equip ment; 78 per cent of your road troubles are due to failure of the electrical appara tus. Let us help prevent them by regular inspections. » Auto Electrie Co. Exide Batteries Racine Tires * DELINQUENT NOTICE The Peoples Canal & Irrigation company, a corporation, principal place of business Moreland, Idaho: NOTICE, there is delinquent upon the following described stock on account of assessment levied by the Board of Directors, the amounts set opposite the names of the respective stockholders, as follows: No. Shares Cert. No. Amount 1957 1994 1997 To whom issued $ 9.00 12 Ervin Bair . George M. Ayers . George M. Ayers . John Baker . Harry Baker (Ayers Stock) Melvin Barrus . W. F. Berryman . Adam Bigler . Bond Bros. a 10 67.50 22.50 80 1344 30 1990 7.50 10 16.00 30.00 21.00 . 210.00 i 20 1982 2033 40 1438 10 2019 .280 2021 1937 1959 1568 1746 67.50 90 Charles Booth 47.50 45.00 45.00 32.25 60 G. E. Bowerman,—N. J. Madsen E. Cambell . J. A. Carmen ....1. A. S. Coleman . 60 2076 60 43 1360 1872 1281 30.00 30.00 45.00 30.00 34.50 30.00 30.00 375.00 p v 52.50 2-2.60 225.00 30.00 75.00 22.50 t 00$ i 1 40 Bowen, Curley, Hufflne . C. W. & M—R. Harton. C. F.' Dahman—'Bair .. DeTweed k N. W. Hyp. Bank The Deveraux Mtg. Co. Kralik George F. Gagan—Hall . Hughes ... 40 1319 60 2027 40 1884 46 1921 40 1328 40 1329 ..500 1538 A. P. Grimaud ... E. M. Hall . J. B. Hatch . William Hortoa .... R. M. Horton .. The Irrigation Lands Co.—J. A. Carmon .... C. A. Burriston W. O. Bales .... 70 1929 .. 30 1844 .300 1450 1512 40 .100 1548 30 1782 40 2014 30. 1449 40 1780 30.00 Jared Ivie 1781 40 1955 30.00 S. J. Josephson ... Kellie Jones -...... Steve Kralik .. John Loy ... John Satta —. Lorenzo Munson—Jones J. H. Munson—Jones .... Chris Peterson .. Ora Rayl . T. T. Steers . W. J. Spencer . C. A. Swope (Carson) .... John I. Watson . H. L. Walker . D. Wheeler (Kralik) . P. P. Fackrell . . 1 1880 . 10 1915 . 60 2035 . 40 1394 . 90 1744 . 70 1743 .120 1865 . 40 1978 . 2 1334 . 70 1927 .120 1842 . 60 1525 . 40 1972 . 10 1768 . 20 1670 .75 7.50 37.60 30.00 67.60 62.50 90.00 30.00 ' 1,50 52.60 90.00 45.00 30.00 7.60 16.00 And in accordance with law and the order of the Board of Directors, so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary will be sold at Moreland on Monday the eighth day of May, 1922, to pay'said assessment, cost of advertising and expense of sale. * W. E. JORDAN, Secretary The Peoples Canal & Irrigation Co. adv. 15-16-17 4 Dated Apirl 13, 1922.