Moses Stillman Pike
LOCAL PIONEER DIES NOVEMBER 13 IN WASHINGTON Sllvertcn, Oregon. Nov. 15.—Moses 15.—Moses Stillman Pike, who lived In Ea. thervllle fi'Dtii 18G6 to 1874, died last Sunday, November 13, at the home of his daughter, In Ellens, burgh, Wash , at the age of 81 years Uie 30th of dust March. His wife, Iris Iris Hamlin, also a former Esther vllle girl, died a few ycors ago. Three daughters survive, Myrtle, wife of Capt. J. W. Pc-rterfield, Sioux City, Icwa; Delia, Mrs. J. W. Gault, Hythe, Alberta, Canada; Orpha, Mrs. H. K. Robblns, Ellens- burgh, Wash., and several grandchildren. grandchildren. Two .sisters, Mrs. Frank Duvey. here, and Mrs. M. Pearcy, Portland, are also living. There are only a few now In Estherville Estherville who will remember Moses —Sum Collins, Bert Barber and their wives and Geo. C. Allen are about all I can think of. Moses was in active life for many years in Portland, and in Washington state, merchandising, saw mill enterprises enterprises and farming, but retired some years ago and since the death of Ills wife has lived quietly with his daughter. FRANK DAVEV.