Rock Island Co., Illinois, and Arkansas City.
[George M. Baugh became a Director, Geuda Mineral Springs Co.]
Unknown: Relationship of George M. Baugh with L. S. Baugh and Wm. Baugh.
Arkansas City 1893: L. S. Baugh, 63; spouse, A. E., 59.
Arkansas City 1893: Wm. Baugh, 36. No spouse listed.
FROM THE NEWSPAPERS.
Arkansas City Traveler, December 14, 1881.
We had the pleasure of meeting, last Monday, Mr. G. M. Baugh, of Reynolds, Rock Island Co., Illinois, who is visiting our city with a view to locate. Should he decide upon that step, he will immediately open up a Stove and Tin ware establishment, in which business he has been engaged some ten or twelve years. A good opening exists in this line of business, and we hope Mr. Baugh may conclude to remain with us for the future.
Arkansas City Traveler, December 21, 1881.
Mr. Baugh has concluded to open a tin and stove establishment, but as yet he has not made definite arrangements for a building. He does not expect to open up, however, for several weeks yet as his business in the East requires settling first.
Ed. A. Baugh, brother of George Baugh...
Arkansas City Traveler, August 2, 1882.
Ed. A. Baugh, of Oakland, Nebraska, spent several days of the past week in our city visiting his parents. He left on Monday’s train for Illinois, whither he goes to shake the hands of other friends.
Arkansas City Traveler, December 6, 1882.
Mrs. F. G. Boyd, of Galva, Illinois, and A. M. Ayres and G. M. Baugh, of our city, returned last Sunday from a hunting trip to the Territory, which they unite in saying was just the bosses time out.
[GEUDA MINERAL SPRINGS CO., A CORPORATION.]
Arkansas City Traveler, November 21, 1883.
Geuda Mineral Springs.
NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of December, A. D. 1883, at 10 o’clock a.m. of said day, at the office of C. R. Mitchell, at the Geuda Mineral Springs, in Cowley County, Kansas, the books of the Geuda Mineral Springs Co., a corporation under the laws of the state of Kansas, will be opened for receiving subscriptions to the capital stock of said corporation.
The authorized capital of said corporation is $250,000, divided into 10,000 non-assessable shares of $25 each. J. W. HOWARD, C. R. MITCHELL, J. S. WYNANT, GEO. M. BAUGH, A. W. McCARTY, Directors.
Arkansas City Traveler, February 6, 1884.
Mr. Geo. M. Baugh has opened out a stove and tin shop in the building just south of the Central Drug Store.
Arkansas City Traveler, February 13, 1884.
The attention of our readers is called to the new stove and tinware advertisement of Messrs. Baugh & Son in this issue. This firm will carry a full line of stoves and tinware, and all work entrusted to them will receive prompt attention.
AD. BAUGH & SON. DEALERS IN STOVES AND TINWARE. Roofing a Specialty. Job work of all kinds done on short notice and in a satisfactory manner. Shop one door south of Central Drug Store, Arkansas City, Kansas.
Arkansas City Republican, Saturday, February 16, 1884.
ARKANSAS CITY AND SURROUNDINGS.
Her Facilities for Manufactures and Inducements to Capitalists.
Her Live Businessmen.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
C. R. Sipes and Baugh & Son are employed in this line of business.
C. R. Sipes is one of the two merchants who first commenced business in Arkansas City. That was thirteen years ago, and he occupied his present site in a small room 16 x 20, in which he kept stoves, tinware, hardware, and agricultural implements. He now is situated differently, having erected within the past year a magnificent stone storeroom, brick front, two stories, 25 x 85 feet, in which he keeps the finest stock of stoves and tinware in the county. The means invested in tinware alone more than exceeds the funds invested in all four of his branches thirteen years ago. Even this structure is inadequate to meet his wants, and he is compelled to furnish himself with a warehouse in the rear of 40 feet in depth. He has gained success by earning it. His storeroom was built at a cost of $4,200, and is an elegant structure. He is a man upon whom you can rely thoroughly.
Baugh & Son have recently started in business. They do excellent work, and sustain the name of first-class workmen. All work entrusted to their care will be executed promptly.
Arkansas City Republican, February 16, 1884.
AD. BAUGH & ROBERTSON, DEALERS IN STOVES AND TINWARE.
Job Work of all kinds will receive prompt attention.
Arkansas City Republican, March 15, 1884.
The firms of Baugh & Robertson and S. V. Goeden have interchanged places of business much to the advantage of both firms. Call and see the boys at their new places of business.
Mrs. L. S. Baugh and daughter???...
Arkansas City Republican, May 10, 1884.
Mrs. L. S. Baugh and daughter left last Tuesday for an extended visit to relatives in Nebraska. A cake and coffee sociable was given at their home on Monday evening.
Arkansas City Republican, May 24, 1884.
Dr. J. Alexander is building a two-story dwelling on Summit street, near his residence. It will be occupied by L. S. Baugh.
Arkansas City Republican, May 24, 1884.
Messrs. Frank Leach, George Baugh, I. H. Bonsall, M. J. Capron, O. A. Titus, R. E. Grubbs, C. H. Holloway, and W. Ward went over to Geuda Springs, Thursday evening, to dedicate the A. O. U. W. Hall at that place, but there was a misunderstanding as to the time, and the hall was not dedicated.
Arkansas City Republican, August 30, 1884.
Mrs. Geo. Baugh left Tuesday for a few weeks visit with her parents at Orion, Illinois.
Arkansas City Republican, August 30, 1884.
Geo. Baugh will take a position in C. R. Sipes’ hardware store, commencing September 1st.
Arkansas City Republican, September 6, 1884.
The ladies aid society of the M. E. Church held their social gathering at L. S. Baugh’s yesterday afternoon.
Minnie Baugh, daughter of Mr. L. S. Baugh, marries Horace G. McConn...
Arkansas City Republican, October 11, 1884.
MARRIED. Thursday evening Horace McConn and Miss Minnie Baugh were married at the residence of the Bride’s parents. Rev. N. S. Buckner officiated.
Arkansas City Traveler, October 15, 1884.
MARRIED. Married on Thursday evening, October 9, Horace G. McConn and Miss Minnie Baugh. The happy young couple have our hearty congratulations and best wishes for future happiness and prosperity.
Arkansas City Traveler, December 3, 1884.
Mrs. Geo. Baugh and her brother came home last week, and now George wears his good clothes.
Ed. Baugh, brother of George Baugh, visiting...
Arkansas City Traveler, January 14, 1885.
Ed. A. Baugh of Oakland, Nebraska, is here visiting relatives. He will remain a week or so.
Arkansas City Republican, January 17, 1885.
Ed. Baugh, brother of George Washington Baugh, is here visiting his relatives. Mr. Baugh is a resident of Oakland, Nebraska.
[Note: Paper was mistaken about middle name given: “Washington.”]
Arkansas City Republican, January 31, 1885.
Last Saturday afternoon Harry Hill was out sleigh riding. His horse was hitched up to his hand sled. On the way home from Geuda, his horse slipped and fell on him, breaking his leg in two places below the knee. He was picked up by Geo. Baugh and some other persons and carried home. His broken limb was repaired and he is now improving.
Arkansas City Traveler, February 4, 1885.
Ed. Baugh, brother of Geo., returned to his home in Nebraska last week, taking with him his sister, Katie.
L. S. Baugh and wife...
Arkansas City Republican, March 27, 1886.
China Wedding. Rev. Buckner and wife, P. F. Endicott and wife, H. C. Endicott and wife, L. S. Baugh and wife, D. G. Carder and wife, A. J. Carder and wife, E. H. Carder and wife, C. L. Roup and wife, Uriah Spray and wife, Amos Spray and wife, E. J. Fitch and wife, Joe Garris and wife, H. C. Endicott, Sr., G. P. Endicott, Harry Getner, John Moyer, E. W. Compton, and C. C. Endicott assembled at the residence of T. H. Tyner in the second ward and assisted Mr. and Mrs. Tyner in celebrating the twentieth anniversary of their married life. The guests presented them with a set of china dishes, Rev. Buckner making the presentation speech. With them the visitors brought refreshments and at the proper hour a bounteous lap supper was spread. All persons enjoyed themselves hugely. Mr. and Mrs. Tyner return their thanks for this neighborly treat.
Arkansas City Republican, Saturday, August 14, 1886. From Monday’s Daily.
L. S. Baugh sold his resident property Saturday night to Mrs. A. G. Lowe for $3,000.
Arkansas City Traveler, September 8, 1886.
M. E. Church Festival. The following is the program of the literary and musical exercises in the Methodist Church this evening.
[ONLY GOING TO GIVE NAMES OF PARTICIPANTS, WHO SANG, GAVE RECITATIONS, AND HAD MUSICAL SOLOS.]
Bessie Grady, Nellie Gibbey, R. W. Campbell, Miss E. Hendricks, Joe Kreamer, Kittie Baugh, G. W. Ginder, Lorena Randall, Mary Kreamer, Estella Hendricks, Mrs. Barron, L. F. Abernethy, Mrs. Hendricks, Flora Kreamer, Vina Pickering, Prof. Morse.
L. S. Baugh...
Arkansas City Republican, October 16, 1886.
Sunday next is Missionary Sunday at the M. E. Church. At 11 o’clock a.m., sermon on Obligation to Missionary effort. At 7:30 p.m., Missionary Mass Meeting, L. S. Baugh presiding. Program for evening as follows: Singing, Prayer, Reading the Scriptures, Singing. A 10-minute speech on “Church Extension,” by Rev. W. C. Lacy. A 10-minute speech on “Difficulties in Missionary Work,” by Rev. W. H. Cline. Singing. Address on the general subject of Missions by Rev. James Hill. Collection; Singing; Benediction.
All are cordially invited to attend. W. H. CLINE.
[REAL ESTATE SALES.]
Arkansas City Republican, Saturday, March 5, 1887. From Saturday’s Daily.
Lowe, Hoffman & Barron sold over $30,000 worth of property within the last five days.
One lot in Pleasant View to L. S. Baugh, $700.
Half block for L. S. Baugh in Summit addition, $1,050.
[MOST CONFUSING! STILL UNKNOWN IF GEORGE WAS RELATED OR NOT TO “L. S. BAUGH.” MAW]