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Identifier: wheelcy18211896121897newy
Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review
Year: 1888 (1880s)
Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists
Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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blic mind arepast finding out. Time only will tell. CHARLES E. DURYEA. WHY? I wonder whyIt is that on the crowded street,Wheneer a sprinkling cart you chance to meet A-riding by,The driver seems to take good pains to greetYou with a deluge thrown oer your feet, But leaves quite dryAll else in sight, and blistering with heat! I see you have some very fine laces, Isee The rarest, maam. A few yards off thispiece? Well, yes; send eight yards and a lead ofcoal Exactly. And the ribbons? Send twenty yards of the pink and a baleof hay ■ Ura-huh! Now, as to the wrap. Heres abeauty for That will do. Send it with a barrel of tur-nips and a barrel of lime So. And this high-grade hundred-dollarbicycle we have just marked down to $43.67;want it—think? Oh—I—yes. You might send it with one ofyour $3.44 bloomer suits, a peck of onionsand a pair of tongs. THAT REMINDED HIM. This reminds me of my school days, re-marked Fogg, as he dropped into his Mesin-ger saddle. Caned seat, you know. 1896. 41

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THE GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL RELAY conducted by the New York Journal, San Francisco Examiner and E. C. Stearns & Co., makers ofthe Yellow Fellow, finished in a blaze of glory. The 400 Stearns Bicycles used were fitted withPalmer Tires. THE BOSTON MEET, the biggest Labor Day meet in the country, was another affair where Palmer Tires won all kindsof glory. Ten of twenty-three prizes were won on Palmer Tires—more than were won on anyother tires. COASTING CONTESTS are daily affairs all over the country, and Pamer Tires invariably win over all competitors. TheBison Bicycle, fitted with Palmer Tires, won the big challenge contest at Buffalo, August 15th, COLISEUM RACES Palmer Tires secured two-thirds of all the prizes offered at the Coliseum Races, winning nearlyall the firsts, and breaking fifty-four records. The fastest tire is the easiest tire to push.Why push anything but Palmers ? The Palmer Pneumatic Tire Co., 133-135 S. Clinton St., Chicago. For prices address : Selling Agents, T

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Date: 2014-07-29 21:25:45

bookid:wheelcy18211896121897newy bookyear:1888 bookdecade:1880 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Cycling booksubject:Bicycles booksubject:Cyclists bookpublisher:New_York___Wheel_and_Cycling_Trade_Review bookcontributor:Smithsonian_Libraries booksponsor:Smithsonian_Libraries bookleafnumber:228 bookcollection:smithsonian

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