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PARAGRAPHS PmHtt hi arm* boo. Written Fraa Experience, By la Ex-Pnoltryaua. Round worms are by far the most common of all parasites affecting poultry. These round worms are yellowish whit* in color, are from one to two inches in length, and are found in greatest numbers in the forepart of the iirteslines. (n some birds they may be so numerous as no stop up the opening These worms lay large quantities of egg*, which pa*s out with the droppings. — U — The eggs remain in the ground or in the dropping until they are taken by fowls with feed or water. Th* eggs are then hatched in the fowls body, and reach maturity in from three ,o four weeks. up There egg will live in the soil in trash and filth for a year or more. Birds that are affected have an uirthnfty regular appetite, are thin in flesh. Worms may be found occasionally in the dropping if a close watch kept which about one-half inch long, are cated in the Wind gut. or caecum, and ustully located near the blind end The pin, or caeca worms, are These worms are not so common the round worms and it is no li' cly that hey cause so great losses b t their prese ice in considéra' numbers produces general unthrift linest. at ape-.vorms are flat worms com pas-.d f sections or segments. ''''hey attach themselves to the lin f he iiHesiines. and the pos'er last sections fill with ogg^ mg ior or then drop off the body of the worm pass on, whh the dr ppings. wher> •Hey 'nd their way to an interme diary host where they develop. The hosts for the tapeworm poul try are snails, flies and earthworms. The eggs will not develop if taken up by another bird before passing through one of the hosts. Hence, it is a very simple and easy matter to control this pest. Simply clean up the premises aften and prevent these eggs finding thei way to their hosts. It it necessary, in treating poultry for worms, to withhold all feed for at least twenty-four hours. Then give your worm remedy .ac cording to directions. The remedy can best be given about the middle of the afternoon and then the droppings will be ready to be cleaned up in the morning and the fowls will not become reinfest rd. The remedy : Take one ounce of wormseed And mix with one-half pint of cator oil; mix this with four quarts of wet mash and feed to 100 birds. Follow in two or three hours with one pound of Epson salts dissolved in a quart of water and then mixed with two and one-half or three quarts of mash. B* very sure and throughly clean op all droppings the next morning Repe.at in a week or ten days, if and signs of worm are still evidei it 'terns nee cessa ry Another remedy is: Tnytnot, one quarter ounce and pow .cred Areca nut- six ounces. his dose is for 100 hens and can he given with mash as above, and fol' '-ed by Eps n salt. Anoiher remedy is to take one pound of ground tobacco or tabaceo •terns ffor 100 birds) and strep with « e ■•rjgh w'r • e' f - <■ 0 TS. Then mi* entire contents wr.h four quarts of mash, at ihe same time of dav .»nd as recommended above and foriw ith physic of Epson salts. To prevent reinfestaftion clean yards and disinfect thoroughly. Where possible, provide new yards One two-year-old hen and eg'ii pullets, mixed breed, laid 319 eggs ltu 194 eggs per hen was the average of Mrs. Oscar Jone's white leghorns in fh Kansas form flock contest last 'o be safe from infestation. six weeks, one seven eggs, and in ten different days laid nine eggs each day. year. HEWS FROM Bf J. E. Jones The Cry of the World The principal of the most impor tant girls' school in the national capi tal in addressing a graduating class the other day, told the students that an arrogant pride of intellect usually proves less useful than the results obtained from a "wish feeling," sus tained by sympathy and benevolence. Self preservation and race préserva or tion, declared Mrs. Fredrick A. Holton finds its outlet in the modern psy chology sustained "by a wish to bring something to pass." President Cool idge and Secretary Hoover were quoted in their appeals to producers and sellers to conform to humanity's demands for cooperation, since from coperatton arises the law of service. Referring to General Carty's message over the radio when he spoke to connected audience listening-in at every principal radio station in the United States, Cuba and Canada, Mis. Holton recalled his prediction that the use of a common language would eventually join all the people of the world into one brotherhood that would salvage the world through edu cation. Those who have fears and appre hensions concerning the future of the young women of today would take a great deal of comfort if in this month of June they would make it a point to attend the comenccmcnt exercises in the schools in their localities, where they would find much the same con ditions tha, exist in larger educational centers, like the national capital, when hundreds of young women are going forth to meet their new responsibili ties of life. In such assemblages one finds these modern girls in vigorous mental action. They present a chal lenge against the worry of whether their hair is bobbed or not, since they furnish the proof that they know where they are going, and how they will get there. It is positive evidence of the pro gress of the world that one finds in the operation of the private and pub lic schools of today an understanding response to the appeal to pupils to develop the best that is in them. In former times, said Mrs. Holton, edu cation was enforced upon the young "by a sort of hyraulic pressure." It was assumed that the child could be molded into any shape without the "wish feeling " But all of that has been changed both in the church and in the state, where cooperating hu manity has "accepted the yoke of daily tasks," and in doing so has discovered the kind of freedom that "the ideal of service." The changed methods of our schools I can hardly help meeting the expecta tion for results of that great array of educators who arc graduating their ir is rejoices in m to r + i 0 El + MAKE OPPORTUNITIES 0 + + i n s t ea d of waiting for them. YOU can get what you want, but you must go after it earnestly and honestly. It is our desire to help those who try to help themselves. We will be glad to help you if will start a check account in this reliable F»nlr □ 0 + H* € + + □ you + H O r .> .%•* VA > Af y Fi r stN ation\lBa>k ao»tb * - •• f A« ^ A L J L k s vA f'O And as one classes this June month, I beholds the splendid progress of the oncoming new race that is to take charge of the world of tomorrow there dispelled most of the fear and anxiety that has been expressed be cause the new generation indulges in dress reforms and seeks amusement at mg practical results through salvaging the world in improved processes education. ; is ic. The cry of the world is for better and worthier citizens, and a fair analysis shows that humanity is get Child Labor Amendment Ti:c congress of the United States ha- authorized submitting: an amend men, to the states for ratification that would empower the federal govern ment to limit, regulate or prohibit the labor of children under eighteen years of age. It takes the ratifications of two-third» of the states to make the j proposal effective. The constitutional amendment i» I offered to the states because twice the j supreme court of the United States, has upheld unconstitutional laws cn-l acted by congress seeking to regulate; child labor, once through the power granted congress to control interstate ( coraroerce and once through the tax ing power placed in the hands of con grès» Oppo»ition to child labor legis lation ayid the proposed amendment conies from those who arc still fight ing for states rights. In line with i Chautauqua Dates July 1st to 8th ROBIN HOOD May Valentine, hi me 1920 New York revival of his as si stant to DcKovsn nest opera "Robin Hood," présents her original cast of 30 people. Un year. Lost night omty. T T T », V K Hi A few of the other attractions— -H u morist Gn« »null Marimba Band Arthur Walwyn Evans Ada Roach—Ruth Fr eem an Edward Amherst Ott Erne s t Gambie Concert Party B HAU 1 AU 0 UA Se^en Big Days the claim that being placed in The their arguments comes despotic powers are the hands of the government. other side of the debate has s own the necessity of federal control e cause many of the states have been backward in the enactment of chil labor laws and in consequence shop-. . The county is to be given another opportun i ty to amend the constitution. o^-j-his j s because congress has found small children. Our Primitive Constitution itself unable to make a child labor ) aw that the United States supreme court will sustain. Apparently the su preme court has power to set aside everything except the amendments to These have been the constitution, looming along rather regularly since 1913, during which year the income tax amendment was ratified, and quick ly followed a few weeks later by the amendment providing for the direct These were the election of senators, sixteenth and seventeenth amendments, the liquor amendment, known as the winter of 1920 and suffrage to women) came through in the summer of the same year. The first ten amendments | to the constitution were declared in force December 15, 1791. Then came another amendment in 1798. In 1804 ■famous eighteenth" was born in the What Have You To Sell Or Trade? Do You Want to rent a ranch? Try The Tribune Classified Columns. The Cost is Reasonable Phone 58 The Ten-Millionth The 10,000,000th Ford car left the Highland Park iactories of the Ford Motor Company June 4- This is a production achievement unapproached in automotive history. Tre mendous volume has been the outgrowth oi dependable, convenient, economical service. fT> Daw*k. MkM*** a»**k»w|MJ ChWIUI TwdarSUmm <5»Q All Hw /.*.». Own« The Touring Car s 295 F O. B. Detroit Dmouicsbla Rl •«4 Start*i Si] aura ■ a ! the manner of choosing the president and vice president. The anti-slavery amendment was next, but it was sixty afterwards, on December Another amendment one years , ■ lowed m 1866. andIs, 11 1 ««other . at '*** . .'. cse am . , tructur I original constitution just about 1 they have put an entire new roof undar<Js c | Legislating Against Nature For a quarter of a century thee fed oral government and the state legis latures have struggled to secure legis lation that woul ma c it easi e use the water powers of the country. This great natural resource seems be prized for its possession by the public, and open to every conceivable suspicion when private interests seek to help harness it. We have had this very vividly brought out in the Mus cle Shoals matter during the past year Of course it is not always for. reference to Mr. Ford who has sought the very privileges that have been re pudiated by the federal government, Under the Federal Power Act the maximum period of a lease has been or two. be assumed that the private interests should be given just what they ask This is particularly true with Mr. Ford asked fol for a hundred years. I n manv . . L states the subject of water power been before the people This cially true in California " ** Pt markable progress in ment has been n , as on where develop, through Power de ***** rç power accomplished private initiative. Climate, velopment and good roads a great deal for California cialistic tendency of some of th, tator, within the state ha, sough,* 1 ?: amend everything in Californa V the climate. The attempt is now ** made to subject the a socialistic scheme that development under five members to be rta So. being powers to contemplates a state board of appointed by the are the advo ... 'o further thi, proposition that they have sought,! make the Water and Power Act of the constitution of the water to to to governor. So insistent cates of this » part , , state. The same thing was attempted a few vear ago and defeated by nearly 3Siw l votes. The proposition is painted to the public in its mos , lu J colors. Nevertheless it ; s but other outbreak of the agitation h, favor of "more government in busi. ness and less business in that is good for the country. an govern meat" Definition of "Rumor» Rumor is a son of talk spread abotn without any author, to which lu«« haa given a beginning „ud credulity growth.