March 8, 1932 -- "Jacksonville Daily Journal"
MEN WELL KNOWN IN PIKE COUNTY SLAIN IN FEUD Pittsfield. IU., March 7.—Harry; Stlllflew. 38, and Samuel Moore, 73. both of Beverly, Adams county, northwest of here, well-known land* | owners of Adams and Pike counties, are dead following an argument this morning, believed over money1 matters Acoording to Information reaching here, Moore, wealthy Beverly man and ovnPr 0f a large acreage of Pike ¡county land, met Stlllflew in the Beverly village park about ft a m. Sunday, leveled a shotgun at Stlll- new and pulled the trigger, the lat- ^er ¿yjng Instantly. j MoorP l5 rAld to have then walked u> hls home an<i gone to the bam ^vhere he committed suicide. StiU- flew wag a reaj estate agent at Bev• erly and also was well known in many parts of Pike county, having dealt with farmer* and real estate owners Ui this county, Sheriff James Jacobs and his force of deputies from Quincy were called to Beverly and were Investigating the i shootinc Coroner Louis Terlisner, also of Quincy, was notified and was gathering evidence for the Uiquest. j which «’»» to have been conducted late this afternoon, Moore is survived by his widow, one brother and three sisters, all of the relatives living in Adams county. Stlllflew is survived by his widow; two children: a brother in Barry, Pik< »unty, and another brother in Beverly and one sister,