Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Sunday, August 25, 1907
Clarkston, Aug. 24
The funeral services of Lewis Hunter, brother of D. S. Hunter of this place, will be held in Lewiston at 4 o'clock Sunday, August 25, under the auspices of the Masonic lodge. Mr. Hunter is a native son of Canada, but has resided in this country several years. His home at the time of his death was at Pendleton, Ore. At the time of his death he was about 47 years of age. Mr. Hunter was engaged in the furniture business here. The deceased leaves a wife, and one son about 9 years of age. Two brothers are expected to arrive in the morning, Dr. E. Hunter of Delta, Colo., and Dr. A. Hunter of Coeur d'Alene.
Daily East Oregonian
Funeral of Lewis Hunter
Under Masonic Auspices, at Lewiston, Iowa (as written)
The funeral of Lewis Hunter was held yesterday from the Vassar undertaking parlors from which place the body was accompanied by the members of the Masonic lodges of Kendrick, Clarkston and Lewiston, says the Lewiston Tribune of August 26.
The Masons nearly 100 strong marched to the Normal hill cemetery where the impressive ceremonies of the Masonic order were held by the Kendrick lodge, of which the deceased was a member. There were many handsome floral offerings. The deceased was a resident of Pendleton, Oregon, at the time of his death and his body was brought here for interment by his brothers, Tom Hunter of Kendrick and D. S. Hunter of Clarkston.
About 25 members of the Kendrick lodge No 26, A. F. & A. M., arrived from Kendrick to attend the funeral.