Image from page 494 of “The Wheel and cycling trade review” (1888)

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Image from page 494 of “The Wheel and cycling trade review” (1888)
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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
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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be thoroughly competent; mention wages ex-pected. C. Cycle Co., 312 King St., Charleston, S. C. 1896. 59 WHY THEY PLEASED HIM. If dere is any invention dat I have a pro-found respect fur, said Meandering- Mike,its dese mile-a-minute bysickles, what youreads about. Whuts de reason? inquired Plodding Pete. Dey never work. In the cUfklingfloorn of the midnight lone.There came a call on. my telephone,And impressed with fears that I dare not own,I crept from my bed with a rueful groan;F8V the floor was cold as a paving stone,And the germs of the dread la grippe were sown,While I waited the words of my friend unknown The sad wires sangAnd then, inIn my n their tuneless drone,a dreary monotone,ear these words were blown:From the frozen poles to the torrid zone. from the fjoGrande and the f^ver lWe To nymputhlpckdnel the Blarney Stone, The Mew (departure Bells are known, F6~r they have a tone that is ill their own HIE NEW DEPARTURE BELL (0.^ Bristol. Conn. The Best is the Cheapest, JAEGER

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