Ole Larson obituary

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Friday, December 26, 1913
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Ole Larson who has been suffering for many years with tuberculosis, died at his home in Osage Thursday December 18th and the remains were brought here Saturday for burial, interment being made in the Pleasant Hill cemetery. The deceased was well known in this community, having made his home here for a number of years.

Ole Henry Larson was born in Mona, Jan. 30th 1883. The family moved to Lyle and about two years ago they moved to Osage. For the past 15 years he has been a constant sufferer with tuberculosis. He consulted many physicians and tried several cures but without avail. He was able to be around until the very last and was able to be around until the very last and was able to care for himself nearly all the time he was ill, never complaining, but ever hopeful.

Rev. Elmer Moe had charge of the services held at the Mona church Saturday afternoon. He leaves besides his parents a brother George at Osage, Alfred and Lewis Larson of this place and two sisters, Mrs. Peter Nelson of Lyle and Mrs. C. O. Peterson of Cottonwood.