Medicine: Murders in Missouri

At Lexington, 40 miles down the Missouri River from Kansas City, the staff of the Lexington Advertiser-News sluggishly prepared last week's mid-week edition. Toward midnight, old Dr. Hyde walked into the office. He was always welcome there, a learned, well-informed "man with a past," who lived alone above his. downtown office, who every morning before breakfast chinned himself 25 times, took a fast walk of several miles. The Advertiser-News staff heard him say that he wanted to see the Missouri primary returns. He walked around the office barrier toward the newspaper...

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