The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 59, July 1955 - April, 1956 Page: 239
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Scutt's Patent Four Pointed Steel Barbed Cable Wire
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FENCE
LICENSED UNDER ALL THE BOTTOM PATEWTSI.
Double the protectacn offered by any twc-pinted barbs, and by actual tests the strongest, lightest and,
c v equently, the cheapest wire ever made. For information, address
SMention this paper. o3 0o6 H. B. S OUTT & CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
CHAMPION BARE WIRE!
(Pat. Nov. 4th, x879.)
Infringes no pat-
after being made,
it is Indestructi-
Is the most visi-0
ble and eff .otive,
and the Least Dangerous Barb Wire known. " A rod for every pound." Send for circular and
sample to HABABD RANUFAOU1NG CO..,
Z9,2n,I25,t27 No. 87 Liberty Street, New York.
WASHBURN & MOEN MFG.CO.'S
Steel Barb Penoing
,a McGILL & TRUMAN, General Agents ...............Loolsve
ORGILL BROS. & CO. General Aents........Mem hs, Ten.
O R. H. ANDERSON & CO., General Agents ......Jacn Tenn.
et Loauis Oee, 808 North Seoond Street
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