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Mail Tribune 100

March 27, 1915

I wish to warn all orchardists that now is the most critical time in our campaign against the blight. With the blossoming season upon us, the danger from blight infection is increased to its maximum. One piece of holdover blight may cause thousands of infections and may ruin entire crops.

If we would keep the blight under control, it behooves us all to do our utmost to cut out all infections and burn all infested wood immediately.

Get busy now.

A.C. ALLEN, District Horticultural Commissioner

Miss Inez Coffin, director of music in the Medford public schools, desires to announce that all who are interested in public school music in our city will have an opportunity to view the work being done in the immediate future.

On Friday, April 2nd at 3 p.m., two exhibition classes will be presented at the Lincoln Parent-Teachers Association in the school building. One will be the fourth-grade pupils of Miss Pierce, the other the fifth-grade pupils of Miss Wines. The regular class work in note reading and singing will be shown. The supervisor has arranged to direct the music this spring at one meeting of each of the Parent-Teachers Association, dates to be announced later. All are cordially invited.

An important meeting of fruit growers will be held at the Natatorium on either Tuesday or Wednesday next at 2 p.m. Later announcement of the day will be made. This meeting will be addressed by W.H. Paulhamus of Puyallup, Wash. Senator Paulhamus is the chairman of the executive committee of the Fruit Growers Council recently organized to act in conjunction and co-operation with the Shippers' Council, also recently organized.

Mr. Paulhamus is responsible more than any other one man in the Northwest for the tremendous movement on the part of the fruit growers of the states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana looking toward co-operation in the marketing and general handling of their fruit. It is believed that this organization during the coming season will represent 70 percent of the total tonnage of the northwest.

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