iles), to find a resting place, and await the time when it shall tell the silent story of Harvest Sunday, possibly when all who then lived shall be equally silent.
The above is a suggestion to those who may be able to catch and preserve the interesting things in our midst.
All enterprises and industries in the past have helped to make our city what it is. Those of today are doing so. Let them not be forgotten.
Hon. Eleazar Boynton.
At the regular meeting of the society held November 18, 1901, the following resolutions were offered on the death of the late Hon. Eleazar Boynton, a life member of the society:—
The Medford Historical Society desires to put on record the loss sustained by them in the death of Hon. Eleazar Boynton.
His was one of the characters that comes so near to a perfect standard that it is but pleasure to express it, and thankfulness, too, that such persons really exist among us. Possessing a well trained mind and warm heart, combined with a vigorous