He did not, however, throw away his rubber's clothes.
"The heart of happy hollow" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
We'll put on old clothes, raincoats, rubber caps and boots, and we'll start tomorrow.
"Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
On the outside of the knapsack, solidly folded, were two great blankets and a rubber or oil-cloth.
"Detailed Minutiae of Soldier life in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865" by Carlton McCarthy
He was completely incased in a suit of dull black cloth, or rubber, or something of the kind.
"The Fire People" by Ray Cummings
Rubber apron to protect clothing from acid.
"The Automobile Storage Battery" by O. A. Witte
All the tables were covered with light marbled rubber-cloth, so that they would be kept fresh and sweet.
"Hope Mills" by Amanda M. Douglas
Our faces were shapeless folds of black rubber cloth.
""And they thought we wouldn't fight"" by Floyd Gibbons
We began to think of shelter, and unrolled our overcoats and rubber cloths.
"Our campaign around Gettysburg" by John Lockwood
Her face was covered with cloths and a rubber mouth piece or cone.
"The "Genius"" by Theodore Dreiser
While they rolled, he took, from an empty hay rack, a rubber-tipped spear and a tattered cloth dummy.
"Thy Rocks and Rills" by Robert Ernest Gilbert
We got into our oldest clothes when we reached home, I put on rubber boots, and we tackled the pool.
"The Idyl of Twin Fires" by Walter Prichard Eaton
In course of time, unless the practice is detected, this cloth becomes coated with rubber.
"The Preparation of Plantation Rubber" by Sidney Morgan
There had been a trader named Ogilvie in this part of the world, a mild, uncleanly man who sold cloth and bought wild rubber.
"Sanders of the River" by Edgar Wallace
The crane iz not a good bird for diet; the meat tastes like injun rubber stretched tight over a clothes hoss.
"The Complete Works of Josh Billings" by Henry W. Shaw
His shoes were of cloth and rubber with rubber bottoms.
"Rambles with John Burroughs" by Robert John De Loach
She owned no warm coat, no rubbers, no proper clothing of any sort.
"Memoirs of an American Prima Donna" by Clara Louise Kellogg
Well wrapped up, was she, against the weather; her cloth cloak warm, a fur round her neck, and india-rubber shoes.
"A Life's Secret" by Mrs. Henry Wood
Our bread-bag, wrapped in an india rubber cloth, was kept dry.
"North-Pole Voyages" by Zachariah Atwell Mudge
Just a sort of rubber cloth shirt and a khaki-colored helmet and lead-soled shoes.
"The Radio Detectives" by A. Hyatt Verrill
By means of rubber clothing, or "ponchos," keep from getting wet whenever you can.
"Taxidermy and Zoological Collecting" by William T. Hornaday