Clipped From The Chehalis Bee-Nugget
a p e r t y of in Mon: of Â· was. onto ' was J. R. Allbritton. Funeral services were held Wednesday Wednesday at the Boistfort church for R. Allbritton, a respected pioneer Lewis county, who settled at that place in 1887. The death of Mr. Allbritton occurred Saturday, May 2, the home of his son, J. B. Allbritton, at Sisters, Ore. Burial was under the auspices of the Chehalis Masonic lodge of which deceased was a member. Mr. Allbritton had been a member member of the Masonic f r a t e r n years, j o i n i n g in Texas, born, and where he served in the Confederate a r m y d u r i n g war. S u r v i v i n g relatives are sons, J. B. Allbritton, who is a lumberman at Sisters, and R. D. Allbritton Allbritton of Centralia; also five daughters, Mrs. Bertie Lively of Burlson, Texas; Mrs. Nettie Pier of Silver Lake; Mrs. Sallie Hogue of Ceres; Mrs. Norah Roundtree of Centralia and Mrs. Gertrude Hogue of Chehalis. The Sticklin Sticklin Undertaking Company was in charge.