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New North (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Rhinelander, Wisconsin CASEYS REVENGE The following Caseys is a sequel to that fa mous poetic Casey A The It is handed the New North for publication by a well known base ball enthusiast of this city There were saddened hearts in Mud ville for a week or even more There were muttered oaths and fan in town was Just said how soft it looked with Casey at the bat Anil then to think hed po and spring a bush league trick like All his past fume was forgotten he was now a hopeless They called him Strikeout Casey from the mayor down the And as he to bat each day his bosom heaved a While a look of hopeless fury shone in mighty Caseys The lane is some one has that never turns Anil thouph often gives another chance to And Casey face ten thousand threw a fit lhc baU lhal SPRAYING FOR POTATO BUGS somewhere in this favored land dark clouds may hide the d somewhere bands no longer play and children have no fun d somewhere over blighted lives there hangs a heavy Jut hearts are happy now Casey hit the ball no wore a frown The pitcher who had started all the came to AH has assembled ten thou sand fans had come To see the who had put big Casey on the bum Anil when he stepped into the box the multitude went He dotted his cap in proud disdain Casey only Play ball the umpires voice rans anil then the game began But in that throng of thousands there was not a single fan Who thought that had a chance and with the setting sun Their hopes sank rival team was leading four to The last half of the ninth came with no change in the score But when the first man up hit safe the crowd began to The din the echo of ten thousand shouts was heard the pitcher hit the second and gave four balls to the Three men on three runs to tie the game A triple meant the highest niche in hall of But here the rally and the gloom was deep as the fourth one fouled to and the fifth flew to A dismal groan in chorus scowl was on each fac Casey walked hat in ham and slowly took his place His bloodshot eyes in fury gleamed his teeth were clinched in hate He gave his cap a vicious jerk an pounded on the But fame is fleeting as the am glory fades away There were no wild ami wool no glad acclaim this They hissed and groaned and boo ed as they Strike him outr But Casey gave no outward sig that he had heard the The pitcher smiled and cut on loose across the plate it spreat Another another one the umpire Zip Like a the second broke just below his Strike two the umpire roared aloud but Casey made no Xo roasting for the umpire his was an easy But here the pitcher twirled thai a rifle shot A whack a crack and through space the leather pellet A blot against the distant a speck against the Above the fence in center in rapid whirling flight The sphere sailed on the blot grew dim and then was lost to Ten thousand hats were thrown in BIG CROWDS SEE FLORA DE VOSS Flora De Yoss company played a three nights en gagement at the Majestic theater this week to which pack cd the The as is always the case great satisfaction and it was regretted that the en gagement could not have been for the entire The Flora De Yoss company is an old favorite all thru the northwest and is today bigger Control by Using of Lead er cf to To control the potato bugs with arsenate of lead or paris If using green add onehalf ounce or one heaping teaspoonful to each two gallons of If the powdered arsenate cf lead add one ounce or five heaping tea spoonfuls to each two gallons of CLIPPING PASTURES IS BEST and belter than Results In Mere and Better Grasses and Ripening of Weed Seeds Is Also Clipping pastures after harvest re mits In more and better Tte ripening of weed swls Is prevented and briers are so that clover end Mue may occupy tho Where a mowing machine ln used the scythe brought Into TO KEEP FUES FROM STOCK Ointments and Recommended by Colorado Expert for Protec tion of Firm BT GEOROE It Colorado Ag Fort There Is nothing that will keep Sfea entirely away from cattle but any one rf tbe following mixtures will ba found useful One pound randd lard onehalf pint with the hands or Three parts fish oil one part kero with small spray Two parts cottonseed or fish oil one part pine with large paint Two ounces pennyroyal one quart of olive or rape with In case of the horn pine tar or crude oil may be plastered around the Kise of the horns or used somewhat diluted over the head and The New North for all the a i a i o 0 o o i B i IN GRANITE AND MARBLE OF ALL GRADES When considering a pur chase in this line it will pay you to buy at Will submit designs for approval upon request 1 FRANCIS 0 Office 118 Brown Street HI Telephone 21O and 65 J 1 1 B i i D Seeing that the rise in prices of all commodities was we in buying our supply of winter to comb the markets for the VERY BEST QUAL ITY obtainable in all our lines of Dry Dress We assert with confidence that no more lines were ever brought to this You want to stretch your dollars to the limit of their buying power COME TO You want to be sure you have the best to be had in its line COME TO Our motto NOT EXTEND THE TOMATO SEASON Gather All Large Specimens Before Vines Are Killed by Frost and Put en Bed of The tomato season be ed several weeks by gathering all the large tomatoes before the vines are killed by frost and putting them on a bed of dry Tut about ten bush els in each cover with siraw at night and when weather Is cold and The tomatoes will ripen gradu ally and will be nearly ns good as those ripened on the If frost pull up the vines with the tomatoes on the vines and pile tn the This Is the method followed by ocr truckers and market Where only a few bushels are pick the largest and finest tomatoes and place them on a of straw In the cold cover with a layer of If rain threatens slide on the as they should not get wet or they will ripe fruit for canning or preserving and make catsup while fruit Is The small green tomatoes may be sold for awl the A handle at right angles to the cylinder Is Inserted In one of the la the and the cylinder Is Another handle Is Inserted In the other hole and allowed to told against an ad jacent la of one wire be ing slacker than the an extra curved plate 1 Is placed on the er to take tip more wire la The edges of the two half cylinders are rounded to prevent cutting the WIRE STRETCHER IS USEFUL Implement Consists of Two Sections Held Together by This device consists of two j cylindrical sections held together by I and In proper position to each other by plates on the ends of each sec writes Lynde la Mall and In operation a half Come in and see the snappy line of KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES for men and young men FENCES AND LIGHTNING to Live Stock Increased Dur ing Thunder Storms Are Wire fences Increase the dangers of Ive stock during thunder tin a the fences are carefully ground say specialists at University Such fences may be ground ed by running a 8 or 10 gal Iron wire from each strand of the fence Into the The wire should be twisted two or three times about each strand and should reach to a depth of four or five feet Into the If the coll Is particularly dry the wire should be sunk much It should always reach down tf moist A crowbar may be used In mak ng the Projecting points above the fence will help to relieve the elec tric tension and prevent the lightning from Field fences should ba grounded every 20 and fences about barnyards and feed lots every ten rods at INJURED CORN FOR THE SILO Wire of SCT Where Crop Been Damaged by Drought It Should Be Cut and Stored for When corn Is Injured by the drought It should be allowed to stand as long as there Is any hope at all of Its getting rain to complete Its If it begins to die It should be put In the as this means what feed value It contains will be If It cannot be put Into the Ello Just then It may be shocked and put In as tests hare shown that chock corn makes good Of course It Is not as good as that made at the usual II Sell Your Live Hides and Pelts to the 2 99
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