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PROMINENT FARMER ROBBED
AND KILLED.



Supposed the Burglars Assaulted
Farmer Hossack--Coroner Holding
an Investigation Today.




INDIANOLA, Dec. 3.--(Special.)--A foul murder was committed Saturday night near Medford, fifteen miles southwest of Indianola. A farmer named Hossack was struck over the head and killed by unknown parties, at his home a few miles out from Medford.

The assault was probably committed by burglars, though of this the officers are not yet sure. Sheriff Lew Hodson and Dr. Harry Dale, coroner, went to the place Sunday, and subpoenaed a jury which was called to meet this morning for an inquest. Mr. Hossack was an early settler, a prominent farmer, highly respected. He was about 60 years of age and leaves a wife and large family.


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