†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† J. W. HELLER.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Blacksmith. Winfield.

Winfield 1880: Jno. Heller, 32. No spouse listed.

Winfield Courier, August 12, 1880.

Blacksmith [Dan] Miller has removed to his new stone shop near the brewery. Klingman & Heller occupy his old shop with the addition of a wagon-making business.

Winfield Courier, September 2, 1880.

Messrs. Klingman & Heller now have their blacksmith and wagon shop running in good order. Mr. Klingman has a large acquaintance over the county and is known as one of the best wagon makers that ever drove a spoke.

AD: KLINGMAN & HELLER [S. D. KLINGMAN/J. W. HELLER],

†††† PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS -AND- WAGON MAKERS,

†††† (DAN MILLERíS OLD STAND) - WINFIELD, KANSAS.

†††† Are now prepared to do all kinds of Wagon, Buggy, and Blacksmith work cheaper than ever done before in Winfield. Horse-shoeing a specialty. We warrant all our work.

Note: The partnership of Klingman & Heller did not last very long. Klingman started other pursuits. Heller seems to have gone elsewhere.