From viewer's left: Nathan, Delia, Merrill, Algern, Carrie, Jacob, Robert (rear), Harriet Buss (front), Horace, Molly, Carrie Davis, William, Roland, H. Harland.This is again a funeral picture, taken at Alonzo's funeral in Yates Center, Kansas. The absence of Fred and Belle Ragle is curious, but this may have to do with the birth of their first child Evelyn on August 1, 1905, only months before the death of Alonzo. At that time, Fred and Belle were living in Colorado Springs, CO.

From The Odin Journal, Washington, Indiana, February 2, 1906.

"Alonzo Ragle died at his home Tuesday night at 11 o'clock. He had been to Loogootee that day enjoying as good health as usual. But on his return had an attack of heart trouble of which he had been a sufferer for sometime. His remains were shipped to Torronto [sic] Kansas for interrment. Funeral services conducted at the home place by Rev. Pryor, at 2 o'clock Wednesday.

"Mr. Ragle was well known in this locality and highly respected by all."

From the Yates Center News, Yates Center, KS, February 9, 1906.

"Mrs. Dr. Black and son of Madison came down Saturday morning to attend the funeral of Mr. Ragle.

"Will Ragle of Indian Territory, Jake Ragle of Iola, Robt. Ragle of Larned, Molly Ragle of Indiana, Nate Ragle and wife of Colorado, Horace Ragle and wife of Colorado Springs, Alger Ragle wife and three sons of Coffeyvill attended the funeral of their father which was held here at the M. E. church Saturday mornng."

Alonzo is buried in Section B1 NE Row 28 Toronto Township Cemetery, Toronto, Kansas, together with Susan Ellen Toon Ragle and Juanita Ragle, the infant daughter of Algern and Delia Ragle.