Celebrating history: Hingham Park is looking better
For this 25th installment celebrating Montana Territory’s 150th anniversary, we go back to Hingham. In the June 26, 1914 issue of the Hingham Review, we find, complete with misspelling:
About The Park
We are truly glad to see the grass growing in the park this year and not so many weeds. It took the grass two years to get a firm root, but it seems it has now taken possession of the soil. Our one antelope is making a splendid effort to keep it eaten down, but seems to be incapable of eating so much grass.
About one-third of the trees died as a result of the dry spell last summer, and let us see to it that the live ones are watered once or twice during the dry spell which we are apt to have again this year in August, so that no more of the may die.
Points About Good Roads
As the rainy season is at hand, right now is the time to study the drainage situation of the roads in your district. Look them over a little and wherever you find a mud puddle in the road, find out where th...
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