Grave marker of Ezra L. Dixon
The grave marker of Ezra L. Dixon, who was killed in February 1913 when he was kicked by a horse. (Photo by Brad Fuqua/Philomath News)

Published as it appeared on Feb. 14, 1913, in the Weekly Gazette-Times (Corvallis), Page 6, Column 3.

The body of E.L. Dixon, who was killed at Amity last week by the kick of a horse, will be brought to the Bovee undertaking parlors tomorrow and buried at Newton cemetery on Wednesday, Dr. J.C. Rollins officiating. Mr. Dixon was past 60 years of age, a brother of Sam Dixon, and father of Mrs. Doke Gray, of Beaver Creek. Other close relations are Mrs. J.W. Ingle, and Elmer Bethers. Three children are left: Mrs. Fields, of Dallas and Nat Nixon, of San Diego, being the other two not named above. All will be here for the funeral. Mr. Dixon once resided in this county.