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Some one with ‘civic pride,’ public spirit or private munificence, to ‘plant a hogshead of acorns’ at the ‘Rocks’ and on the bare hillsides, as was suggested by Rev. Charles Brooks sixty years ago. Any person doing thus may become a benefactor, and add to the beauty of Medford, as well as conserve its water courses.

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