††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† MRS. N. J. ROSS.

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Winfield Courier, September 21, 1876.

MRS. N. J. ROSS has just located in Winfield and is prepared to do all kinds of wax and hair work, such as wax fruit and flowers, water lilies, wax pictures, hair jewelry, vest chains, and hair switches, curls, and puffs, and also landscaping in hair. Hair made into switches for fifty cents per ounce. Orders received at her residence, opposite the residence of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction. Produce will be taken of people from the country for work.

Prof. T. A. Wilkinson was the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at this time. Finding residence address next to impossible. Only have the following items...

Winfield Courier, March 16, 1876.

T. A. WILKINSON and JOHN SWAIN have each purchased a quarter of a block from the Winfield Town Association, and are erecting real fences thereon, in the west part of town.

Winfield Courier, July 27, 1876.

PROF. T. A. WILKINSON is building an addition to his residence.

Winfield Courier, August 17, 1876.

Prof. Wilkinson is putting up a substantial addition to his residence.

Winfield Courier, February 8, 1877.

REMOVAL NOTICE. MRS. N. J. ROSS gives notice that she has moved her shop to the third door south of Readís Bank, in Winfield.

DRESS MAKING, PLAITING, HAIR WORK AND WAX WORK, are a Specialty. Jewelry, Vest Chains, Bouquets, Flowers, Scenery, etc., made of Hair to order. Wax Work will receive special attention.

Mrs. Ross also desires to give lessons in wax work to a class of pupils. If a class of ten can be obtained, lessons at reduced rates will be given.

For further particulars call at her place of business.

Winfield Courier, July 19, 1877.

Cut Hair and Combings wanted by Mrs. N. J. Ross, 3rd door north of Readís Bank.

Winfield Courier, July 19, 1877.

The EXCELSIOR RENEWER for cleaning kid gloves, silk, woolen, and cotton goods, prepared exclusively by Mrs. N. J. Ross, is the best thing yet for taking out grease spots, paint, etc. Mrs. Ross not only sells the article but will clean up your spotted cloths as well. Give her a call. 2 doors south of Readís bank.

BOY! AM I PUZZLED. MRS. ROSS IS 3RD DOOR NORTH OF READíS BANK IN ONE AD; 2ND DOOR SOUTH IN THE NEXT AD! ???

Winfield Courier, February 7, 1878.

Mrs. N. J. Ross has removed her dressmaking and hair working establishment to the third door west of Kirkís blacksmith shop. She also has a machine for fringing dress trimmings.

[Above was the last item found on Mrs. Ross. It appears that she left Winfield.]