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Shawano County Journal

Thursday, 22 Mar 1894

Pulcifer. JAS. HORSONS, whom I spoke of in my last as having been accidentally hurt on the hill leading down to the bridge, died the 6th inst. and was buried the 9th from the Lutheran church, Rev. Skjerping conducting the services, assisted by the Danish minister from Marinette. It was one of the largest gatherings of the kind ever seen in the town, over 60 vehicles being in the procession.