News: Shortville (6 Apr. 1900)

Contact: Duane Horn

Surnames: Carter, Short, Stevens, Neff, Ward, Winters, Cranston, Storer, Crockett, Babcock, Taylor, Nelson

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 6 Apr. 1900


Ida Carter is on the sick list.

Ida Short spent Saturday and Sunday at home.

Sam Stevens of Tony is visiting friends here.

Mrs. Dorr Neff and Alberta visited at J. R. Carter's Thursday.

E. C. Carter's children have been quite sick, but are some better.

Mrs. Ed. Ward started for Richland Center Friday for a few weeks' visit with relatives and friends.

Edward Carter while trying to get over the bars recently onto the barn floor, fell and nearly broke his neck.

Shortville was pretty well represented in Neillsville Friday - everybody seemed anxious to take advantage of the good roads.

There will be a dance in the town hall Saturday evening, April 7.

The ladies' Aid Society will not meet this month on account of sickness and bad roads.

Town officers were elected for the town of Washburn as follows:

Supervisors - T. M. Winters, chairman; R. M Cranston and Geo. Storer. Clerk - J. R. Carter.

Treasurer - O. A. Crockett.

Justices of the Peace - T. M. Winters and J. W. Winters.

Assessor - Charles Babcock.

Constables - David Taylor and Gust Nelson.



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