Clipped From The Atchison Daily Globe
Siin- MRS. BUNNELL TAKEN TO STATE FARM FOR INSANE lo the order .fii'.lnv; li,- li,- Mrs. A. P. Hutiucll toddy iMM-anie iMM-anie iMM-anie r lumille of the ward for the ilnnger.n Insane nl. the lousing liuluslrlnl fnr '■>' wot.iec. She „, lakc.i 1h :h: . iiinvniiig by Sheriff Hen l-'ed.lci l-'ed.lci l-'ed.lci sou nntl Arch Wilson, deputy. Mrs. Will Ikmvn, a sisU r in-law, in-law, in-law, rode ilo\vn in the enr Willi lier. Ourlnjr t lie* ride Mrs. Itunuoll was not greatly illslnrlied. Ouco or twice she coiinnciiled on Ihe Itomity of Ihe t-ounlly t-ounlly t-ounlly side in Us autmntl colors. She mentioned thai the wound In her sltle, which had not entirely healed, bothered bothered her sllehilv. Not once, as far as the officers knew, did she mention tlio tragedy lu vvbtch her two dnugh were killed mid she was alleged to have attee.i-il.sl attee.i-il.sl attee.i-il.sl - el, ,-|e ,-|e ,-|e Slolonlly. Mrs. ltntuiell lisleucd in dislricl coint this mot la Mas < rli tinnl'.v ia-.a-ae ia-.a-ae ia-.a-ae ia-.a-ae ia-.a-ae ss.a-.al ss.a-.al ss.a-.al v.a:i, such a time as her mental condition . had, reiurtieil to normal and she was capatiie ol stniiunig trim. aniMiluled bv the court lu I'-auulii I'-auulii I'-auulii Into llie iurulnl condition of Mrs. Hun noil at Ihe present lime. T on the findlue ot Ihe coinuilsslon that she was not canal.le of under-ill under-ill danillng her thisitioii or of building , nunler charge. .