|January 22, 1908
The Rasnick Funeral-
On Sunday afternoon at Avon, was held the funeral of the late Oliver Rasnick, whose death occurred on Friday last following an illness of blood poisoning, said to have been the result of an injury to his foot sustained in a railway accident several years ago. The deceased had resided at Avon continuously since 1865, and was engaged most of the time as a timber cruiser. A daughter is the only near surviving relative. The deceased was well known in St. Cloud, where he frequently visited. Although more or less eccentric, he was a man of known integrity and was well liked.