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The Onaga Courier from Onaga, Kansas • 4

The Onaga Courieri
Onaga, Kansas
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Subscription, One Dollar per Year. at the Postoffice at Onaga, Kas, for dansmission through the mail as 2nd class matter Republican Nominations. For County Clerk, A. P. SCRITCHFIELD, of Westmoreland.

For County Treasurer, A. V. JOHNSON, of Olsburg. For Sheriff, I. N.

BARNETT, of Westmoreland. For Register of Deeds, F. S. HAACKE, of Wamego. For Surveyor, H.

E. BARRETT, of Westmoreland. For Coronor, jy. J. FLINN, of Blaine.

For Commissioner, 1st district. B. F. GLUNT, of Garrison. Died--Fred Keuhl, an old and respected citizen of this community died at his home north-west of this city, Tuesday, October 2, 1899, at the age of 79 years, 9 months and 10 days, after a lingering illness of about one year.

Mr, Keuhl was born in Germany, December 12, 1819, where he grew to manhood and was united in marriage to Miss Dora S. Wegner in 1854. To their union ten children were born, five of which survive him. He came to the United States in 1858 and settled in this county on the place where his death occurred. Mr.

Keuhl was a blacksmith by trade and in the early days did nearly all the work in that line in this section. He was a hard worker, and accumulated considerable property. He was a kind and loving father. The funeral services were held last Wednesday at the German Lutheran church where a large concourse of friends had gathered to hear Rev. Theo.

Jeungel deliver the last sad rites of one so universally esteemed. The remains were interred in the Lutheran cemetery. His wife, four sons, Will, Charley, Ferdinand and one daughter, Miss Minnie, survive him to mourn his death. The bereaved have the sympathy of the entire community in their sore affliction. For Sale.

Two town lots. Titles perfect. Will give part time. Call at Onaga Exchange Bank for particulars. H.


W. beginning Det. 1st. The refrigerator car will pass Onaga 1:50 p. m.

Tuesdays of each week, arriving at Kansas City 11:55 p. in. same date. M. R.

DICKINSON, Agent. Married. Charles R. Lee and Miss Jennie Belle Pressler were married, Sunday, at 8 p. by Probate Judge Martin Hasty, at his home in this city.

The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee, and is one of the intelligent a and energetic young men of Westmoreland.

He is at work in M. L. Replogle's butcher shop. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

J. A. Pressler, and is an excellent young lady. The groom has been for some time making his home Mrs. his aged grand-mother, Elizabeth Lee, and he and his bride will continue to live with Recorder.

The marriage of Mr. Thomas Oliver Condon of Frankfort, and Miss Florence Gertrude Donohue, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Donohue of 708 North Ninth street, was solemnized at 9. o'clock this morning at the cathedral, the Rev.

Father Ward officiating. The attendants were Miss Maude Condon of Onaga, sister of the groom, and Mr. Matt Malone. The bride wore a tailor-made gown of fawn-colored broad-cloth with hat and, gloves to match. She carried her prayer book of the Roman Catholic service.

Miss Condon too wore a tailor made gown, but of light tan goods. As the wedding party entered the church Miss Maude Allen at the great pipe organ played a bridal march from the Italian, by Campiglio. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the immediate relatives, at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs.

Condon will leave in a few days for Onaga, where they will be at -Leavenworth Evening Standard. YOU CAN anything invent or improve; also get CAVEAT, TRADE- MARK, COPYRIGHT or DESIGN PROTECTION. Send model, sketch, or photo. for free examination and advice. BOOK ON PATENTS! FREE.

No Atty's fee before patent. to Write C. A. SNOW CO. Patent Lawyers.

WASHINGTON, D.C. I PETER GOUME, City Meat -Market. FRESH AND GURED MEATS. Oysters, Celery, Fish and Game in Season. Cash Paid For Ilides and Produce.

GRAIN BOUGHT AND SOLD Say, My Friend! You said last spring that if you raised a good crop this year, you would buy that property we told you about. You have raised the crop. Now, here is the real estate at a price SO low you can't afford to miss it residence property; lots 9 fine res'dence fronting and 10, block 12; one best loca- on Prospect street. All in good conditions in the city. tion and dirt cheap.

7 room house; lots 20- splendid 80-acre farm, well im21, block 15; good cellar, well, barn, proved; 3 miles from two towns; only fine location. A rare bargain. $25 per acre; very easy terms. 5. -80 acres improved; six miles from town; small payment down.

We have many other good bargains in city property, farm and pasture lands. We can write your insurance in the best companies, make your collections, and attend to all business of the kind. Come in and see us. O'MEARA COMER. 0.

J. GROVER, Pres. E. D. GILLETT, Vice Pres.

J. W. DUNN, Cashier. The Onaga State Bank Successor to The Onaga City Bank. Does a General Banking Business.

Our new state bank is owned and controlled by the same persons as the old bank and we will continue to extend to our many friends and customers -every ascommodation consistent with sound banking. L. K. W. Time Card.

EAST. 1:28 a. Mixed, No. 44...... 1:50 p.

m. WEST. p. 11. Mixed, No, 43......

...3:50 p. m. M. R. DICKINSON, Agent.

E. F. RICHARDSON, Physician Surgeon, Office over Exchunge Bank. Paying calls promptly attended ONAGA, KANSAS R. L.




W. F. CHALLIS, CODDING CHALLIs, Lawyers, Pages' Coiled Spring Woven WIRE FENCE, We carry a complete line of different styles. Sold and put up by TAYLOR ONAGA, KANSAS. OLIVE OINTMENT FOR MAN AND BEAST.

1 For Wire Scratches Fence and Cuts, Grease Sore Heals, Neck and Shoulders, Saddle Galls, Contracted and Tender Feet, Sandcracks, Quittor, Thrush, Canker, Lamimitis, Navichlar Disease, Etc. Bruises, Cuts, Running Sore, Tatter, Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, All Skin Eruptions, Piles, Etc. Will heal wounds where everything else has failed. PRICE, 50 CENTS. SIMMONS MEDICINE COMPANY, RACINE, WIS.

A THE CHAMPION FANNING MILL AND SEED SEPARATOR. It is light running and durable. Has a gradual force feed superior to all others. Saves money and labor. Send for circular and prices.

Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. Solar Manufacturing Co. Kaukauna, Wis. Did you ever Stop to Investigate What a policy of Insurance in the New York Life Provides? If not it will pay you to do so. The welfare of your Wife and Children, or of yourself in old age may depend upon it.

For full information concerning plan and cost of a policy on your life, Address H. F. MISSELWITZ, Genl. Agent. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.

F. GUHSE, Jr. Dealer in Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Guns, Ammunition, Bicycle Sundries, Table and. Pocket Cutlery. I carry in stock a complete line of heating and cook stoves, for wood or coal.

They ate of the best makes and if you contemplate making a call and examine my stock and will quote you prices that are right. STUDEBAKER WAGONS, Spring Wagons, Buggies, Scoop Boards, Weeks Stock Scales, Stove Pipe, Elbows, Dampers, Coal Hods, Stove Boards. Bicycle Repairs. F. GUHSE, FIFTY-EIGHT YEARS OLD! It's a long life but devotion to the true interests and prosperity of the American People has won for it new friends as the years rolled by and the original members of its family passed to their reward, and these admirers are loyal and steadfast today, with faith in its teachings, and confidence in the information which brings to their homes and fire.

sides. As a natural consequence It enjoys in its old age all the vitality and vigor of its youth, strengthened and ripened by the ex perience of over half a century. It has lived on its merits, and on the cordial support of progressive Americans. It is "The NewYork Weekly Tribune," acknowledged the conntry over as the leading National Family Newspaper. Recognizing its value to those who desire all the news of the State and Nation, the publisher of "THE COURIER" has entered into an alliance with 'The New- York Weekly Tribune" which enables him to furnish both papers at the triting cost of 1.25 per year.

Every farmer and every villager owes to himself, to his family, and to the community in which he lives a cordial support of his local newspaper, as it works constantly and untiringly for his iu every way, brings to his home all the news and happenings of his neighborhood, the doings of his friends, the condition and prospects for diferent crops, the prices in home markets, and, in fact, is a weekly visitor which should be found in every wideawake, progressive family Just think of it! Both of these papers foronly $1.25 a year. Send all subscriptions to Courier," Onaga, Kans. HANDSOME DESIGN. SPLENDID FINISH. QUALITY OF MATERIAL IS A-1 though the price is somewhat less than is charged for work of this grade.

Our work has all the up-to-date attachments. Open-head, brass-bushed springs, dust proof selfoiling axles, Bradley shaft shackles, etc. Ask Spring your dealer to show you Distance one of the MONARCH Vehicles. It will speak for itself. Beautiful "Purple and Gold" Catalogue and name of dealer nearest to you handling our work furnished upon application.


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