Unseasonably Cool

From the June 2, 1903 Skidmore Standard:

Nearly every body in our city observed the first day of summer by hunting up their winter clothing and coming out in costumes more suitable for March weather, and they did not seem to come amiss either, as those who were not hovering around some fire were trying very hard to find one.  The heating stove was hunted from its summer quarters by quite a number, and again brought into use.  It seems from the appearance now that the wise man would leave his stove up all summer.

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