[Handled Groceries.] Winfield, Kansas.

Winfield Courier, March 28, 1878.

Sparr Bros., from Wellington, are about to open a grocery and feed store in the building south of Lynn & Gillelen's, lately occupied as a meat shop.

Winfield Courier, April 25, 1878.

Sparr Bros., of Wellington, have opened a stock of groceries in the building between Baldwin's and Gallotti's.

Winfield Courier, May 2, 1878.

Sparr Bros. have opened out with a new and complete stock of Groceries. The public are invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere. We are selling at the lowest cash rates.

Winfield Courier, May 23, 1878.

RAIL ROAD! First Train just arrived with One Hundred Thousand pounds of Staple and

FANCY GROCERIES, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE! -FOR- SPARR BROTHERS and will be sold at astonishing low prices. Goods delivered free to any part of the city.



Winfield Courier, June 27, 1878.

Winfield Town Company to B. F. and A. D. Sparr, lots 2 and 11, block 68, Winfield, $60.

Winfield Courier, July 18, 1878.

Sparr Bros. are about to move their stock of groceries into the Page building.

Winfield Courier, July 18, 1878.

Valley Pride Soap.

Now is the time for the people of the Valley to patronize home manufacture by going to Messrs. Sparr Bros. for their Valley Pride Soap.

Winfield Courier, August 29, 1878.

G. C. Bolton has opened a meat market in the Sparr Bro.'s old stand.

Winfield Courier, September 5, 1878.

NEW MEAT MARKET. G. C. Bolton has opened a meat market in the Sparr Bros. old stand, and respectfully solicits a liberal patronage from the people, and will endeavor to keep on hand the best quality of fresh MEATS OF ALL KINDS, and sell at the lowest market prices. Don't forget the place, at the Sparr Bros. old stand, North Main street, Winfield, Kansas. G. C. BOLTON.

Winfield Courier, November 21, 1878.

J. T. Weston has filled up the other half of the store formerly used by Sparr Bros. with stoves and tinware and now occupies the entire room.

Winfield Courier, December 5, 1878.

Ballou & Hyde sell fresh meats of all kinds at the lowest market price. Cash paid for hides. Sparr Bros. old stand, Main street.

Winfield Courier, Thursday, January 2, 1879.

The following is a list of new buildings erected in the city of Winfield since January 1, 1878, with the name of owner and cost of building.

Sparr Bros., residence, frame: $600.

[Note: Above was the last item relative to Sparr Bros. Evidently they moved elsewhere. MAW]