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Full text of "Steel and Wire fences and gates, catalog. no. 15"


J. H. Srofe, President and Gen'l Manager. 



H. E. Bindley, See'y and Treas. 



Introductory 

We have been in the fence business twenty-two years. 

We make more ornamental fence than anyone we know of. 

We sell direct to the consumer at manufacturer's price and have no agents. 

We believe we are the only manufacturers of fence that sell exclusively 

that way. 
We list everything- in our catalogue at Net Price. 
We guarantee everything we sell to give satisfaction. 
We will refund your money if you are not satisfied. 
We want your business, large or small. 

We know our price is as low as our class of goods can be produced. 
If you will give us a trial order you will always be our customer. 

Yours truly, 

J. H. Srofe. 
H. E. Bindley. 



CATALOG No. 15 



Terms and Guarantee 



TERMS CASH 

In ordering goods you can send in the full amount with the order and we 
will ship the goods direct to you, or you can send in 30 per cent, of the amount 
and we will ship the goods to ourselves and send the bill of lading with sight 
draft attached to any bank you may name for the balance. 

Or if you do not want to send any money with order, go to your banker 
and have him write out a statement that you are perfectly reliable and respon- 
sible, and send the statement to us with your order and we will ship the goods 
without any advance payment. Do not just send bank reference, as it takes 
time and expense to write them. 

All we want is to be safe. We ship goods all over the world and to 
strangers, consequently we have to have protection to keep from being imposed 
on. We furnish statements from our bankers as to our reliability, and it is only 
fair that our customers should comply with our rules; and no goods will be 
shipped any other way. 

Now, if you are not satisfied Avith the statement given below, our guaran- 
tee, we refer you to any Commercial Agency, or to the Postmaster, Adams or 
American Express Agents, any of the Count}' or City Officials, any of the K. R. 
Agents, or any Bank or Trust Company in Terre Haute. 



GUARANTEE 

We guarantee everything we sell to be just as represented in our Catalog 
and letters, and also to give } 7 ou perfect satisfaction, you to be the judge your- 
self, and if you are not satisfied with the goods, 3 7 ou can ship them back to us 
and we will refund you your money. 

There is no string tied to this guarantee, but it means just what is says. 

UP-TO-DATE-MFG. CO. 

Per J. H. Srofe, Pres. 



We, the undersigned, know the members of the Up-To-Date-Mfg. Co., and 
thej T are perfectly reliable and responsible, and we are confident they will make 
good any guarantee they make on the goods they manufacture. 

McKEEN NATIONAL BANK,, 
By Frank MgKeen, Vice-Pres. 



JOHN T. BEASLEY, 

Pres. U. S. Trust Co. 



How to Fig'tire on All Combination Fencing 

To tell what any amount of fence will cost, measure your ground, including all gates, then 
multiply the number of feet by the price per foot, given under the fence you have selected, then 
add to the amount $2.50 for each walk gate and $5.00 for each drive gate. 

For example, take 100 feet of No. 1, 31 inches: 

100 feet No. 1, 31 inches high complete, 38 cents per foot $38.00 

One walk gate ' 2.50 

Total $40.50 

If two walk gates are wanted the cost will be $43.00. 
If one walk gate and one drive gale is wanted, $45.50. 
If two walk gates and one drive gate is wanted, $48.00. 

Take style 84 for example, 31 inches high; 100 feet of complete fence, 30 cents per foot, no 
gate, $30.00. l 

If there is one walk gate in the 100 feet, cost would be $32.50 
If there is two walk gates in the 100 feet, cost would be $35.00 
* If there is one walk gate and one drive gate, cost would be $37.50 

Steel fencing is figured the same way, only you add the price given in catalog for gate and 
corner posts. 

If fabrics for wood posts are wanted, then figure the actual number of feet wanted, count- 
ing out the space for gates, and if gates are wanted figure them at prices given on Page 28. 

Why "We Figure Gates Extra 

Some do not understand why we figure our gates extra, and also measure them in with the 
fence. 

The reason we do this is to enable us to quote a net price in our catalog and charge every- 
body the same price for fencing. All our fencing is listed low, and anybody knows that 100 
feet of fence with only one gate does not cost as much to make as 100 feet with two or more 
gates, therefore, by charging extra for gates, the party who only wants one gate only has to 
pay for what he gets. The reason we measure them in as fence also is, that the $2.50 and $5.00 
extra we charge does not cover the actual cost of the gate, and whenever there is a gate we have 
to use two gate posts, which are expensive, and by measuring the gate in as fence it helps to 
pay this cost. 

Take an 8-foot double gate for instance: to measure this in as fence, Style No. 1, 31 inches 
high, 38 cents per foot, it will make a cost of $3.04. For this gate we have to use two gate posts, 
that are worth $3.25 each, or $6.50 for the two posts. So you see the extra costs for gate and 
posts only make $9.54 when if you buy the gate alone and posts without fence, they would 
cost: Gate. $7.35; posts, $6.50; or a total of $13.85. 

Our twenty-two years' experience has taught us several things, and the above is the most 
important. In making our prices we have done it by figuring from thousands of different jobs 
of fence and know we have the prices and extras equalized all right. So, the man who wants 
more gates than another will have to pay the cost to produce them, and if you will give the 
matter some thought, you will see that we have the fairest way to treat everybody alike that 
we could adopt. 

Lawn Fencing 

We manufacture over fifty designs of lawn fencing, several of which are shown in this 
catalog; our wrought iron fence, our combination fence, with our truss posts and wire fabric. 
Our angle steel posts and fabric are all first-class in every respect. They are all made neat and 
strong, and are guaranteed to give satisfaction. 



Gates 

Our gates are made of l^xl^-inch channel steel, having a piece of our fabric at the bot- 
tom and ornamental truss and scroll work at the top, and they are braced in such a manner 
that they cannot possibly sag down and get out of order. They have a spring latch and will 
open either way. We make them any size. See Page 28 for prices and cuts showing single and 
double drive gates. 



Our All-Steel Fence Cheaper Than Wood 

In making this assertion we do not wish to convey the idea that you can put up your fence 
for a less price than a common wood picket fence can be built, but mean that you can build 
our all-steel fence for less money than you can put up a first-class wood picket fence and finish 
it up in good shape. If you do not believe this is true, get some good carpenter whom you can 
trust to do good work and have him figure the cost of a good wood fence, say 2-inch square 
pickets, two good rails, 12-inch base board, a weather strip, posts six feet apart, all painted 
with two good coats of good paint, and after getting his price send us a diagram of your fence 
and let us make you a price and see if our fence is not the cheapest, to say nothing about our 
fence lasting longer than three wood fences and being much nicer. 

If you want a real low-price fence, use wood posts and our fabric. This will make you a 
cheaper fence than to use the most common pickets, and will be more ornamental, and the 
fabric will last a lifetime, and when a post gives out you can put in another. We do not fur- 
nish wood posts; you can bivy them as cheap as we can and save freight. 

Putting Up Our Fence 

We send full directions for putting up our fence; any ordinary workman can put it up. 
We build the fence according to diagram sent us with order. All the fabric is made the right 
length, and the railing cut out to fit, so there is nothing to do but set the fence up after receiv- 
ing it. 

Distance Posts Should Be Set Apart 

This depends somewhat on the kind of ground they are set in and the location. But in no 
case where the fence is in a public place should the posts be over 7 feet apart, and in many 
places they should be 6 or 6% feet. In such places as cemetery lots or other public places where 
stock cannot get at it, posts can be set 8 and sometimes 10 feet and still have a good fence; but 
there is no question but what the closer the posts the better the fence, for the posts are the 
foundation, and the stronger the foundation the stronger the fence. We never set posts over 7 
feet apart. 

Putting' Fence on Uneven Ground 

The way our line rail passes through our posts, enables us to erect our fence on any kind 
of ground, and it is a great advantage where it is necessary to use a fence on a side hill. 

The "Way Our Fabric is Put on Truss Steel Posts 

One end of our fabric is fastened to the end or gate post, tieing the line wire in a hole in 
the post, and the other end of the fabric is fastened with a ratchet to tighten up the 
fence. The fabric passes through the center of line post and is clamped firmly. This gives 
our fence a panel finish and finished appearance that no other fence has, and brings the & line 
rail directly over the fabric. There is no wrong side to our fence when used with our truss 
posts; bo_th_ sides are alike. See Page 8, how the line rail and fabric passes through the posts. 
The fabric is put up the same way on the angle posts, only it does not pass through the line 
post, but is fastened on the side of it with a wire staple. 

Line Rail 

Our line rail is a continuous rail from one end of the section in the fence to the other, 
passing through the tops of the line posts, and is securely clamped in place by a bolt. The end 
of the rail is fastened to the end and gate posts by a round clamp, which is very neat. Our 
regular size is iy s inches, which is large enough for any fence. We use nothing' but the best 
grade of new steel tubing for this rail. 

Our line rails for angle posts are made of 1% galvanized angle steel, and are fastened on 
the top of the line posts, and are continuous rails the full length of the section of the fence. 



General Information 

On account of painting, it always takes four to six days to get any job of complete fence 
out. Be sure and always state height and give number of gates when ordering or asking for 
estimate on fence. All our fabric is made of the very best galvanized wire we can buy. Any 
of our different kinds of fabric can be used on our truss posts, if desired. 

We never set 2->osts over seven feet apart. 

We sell any of our different kinds of fabric to put on wood posts. 

We would not advise the use of rail or baseboard in using our fabric on wood posts, un- 
less you want to use a rail as a brace for the posts. 

There^is ample provision in all our fabric for expansion and contraction. 

Any of our fabric can be erected on any kind of ground. It makes no difference whether 
the ground is level or not. 

We sell to the consumer only, and only have one price and do not pay any commission to 
anyone. 

If you want price on window guards or any kind of office railing or ornamental iron work 
not shown in our catalog, send us measurements, giving size of mesh and wire wanted and we 
will quote you net cash price. 

The price of window guards depends on size of wire and mesh ; price ranges from 8 to 25 
cents per square foot. 

We always send full instructions with every job of fence for erecting and any ordinary 
workman can put it up. 

All lawn fence is made to order and we carry no stock, every job is made to diagram fur- 
nished us by our customers. 

Do not hesitate to write us about anything you do not understand ; we will be glad to give 
you any information in regard to our goods. 

All our prices in Catalog are F. 0. B. cars Terrs Haute. But if you want price on any- 
thing delivered, we will make it for you. We always get the best freight possible for our 
customers, and keep a tracer after their goods until they receive them. 

Always order as far in advance of when you need your goods as possible, especially in 
the months of March, April, May and June. 

We always acknowledge receipt of orders the day received, stating amount of fence and 
amount of money enclosed ; if it should happen to not be right, please notify us at once. , 

Mistakes may happen, you know, and we are always willing to correct them any time. Ee- 
member we guarantee perfect satisfaction, you to be the judge. 

The posts, rails and gate frames are all painted black in our fencing; the ornaments are 
white enameled, the fabric being well galvanized does not need painting. 

See terms and guarantee on Page <B. 



Description of Posts 

See Cuts on Next Two Pages 



Truss End, Gate and Corner Posts 

The outside rim of these posts are made of l^x%-inch steel, bent around a solid inside 
core of cast iron, and all riveted together with heavy rivets. The inside cores of the posts are 
3 inches wide and 5-16 inches thick, re-inforced by heavy ribs, forming a truss work between 
the round cross supports which the rivets pass through. This makes it the strongest fence 
post used for ornamental fence. 

See cut of post on next page. 

The top part of the post is fastened to the heavy cast anchor with two % machine bolts. 
The anchor is very heavy, made in stirrup shape, so the frost cannot raise it out of the ground, 
or get it out of line. These posts weigh from 24 to 46 pounds, according to the height of 
fenced and set in the ground 28 inches. There is no question but what this is the strongest and 
will last longer than any post used in ornamental fencing. At the top of the ground where a 
post always gives way first, and where the most strain comes on a post, our truss post has 
about 2y 2 x4 inches solid metal ; no other post has one-eighth of this amount. 

Truss Line Posts 

The top of our line posts is made of iy 2 x5-16 steel, and bolted to heavy stirrup-shaped 
cast iron anchors, with % machine bolts, which set in the ground two feet; the posts weigh 
from 22 to 30 pounds, according to the height of the fence. The fabric and line rail passes 
through the center of these posts and is clamped there solid with 5-16 machine bolts. This not 
only makes this the strongest line post made, but holds the fabric so it cannot possibly get off, 
and brings the fabric under center of line rail— thus giving the fence a panel finish' and fin- 
ished appearance on both sides. 

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Galvanized Angle Steel End, Gate and Corner Posts 

Made of 2-inch galvanized angle steel with square cast anchors on the bottom and heavy 
cross breast plates near the top of the ground, which makes the post very rigid and keeps it in 
line. The anchor on the bottom keeps the post from being raised by the frost. 

We do not claim this post will last as long or look as ornamental as our truss posts, but 
we do claim it will last longer than any post made of gas pipe, because it has more metal in it 
and is heavy galvanized, and no post ever made to drive will stay in its place as well as a set 
post with proper anchors. 

Galvanized Angle Line Posts 

Made of iy 2 galvanized steel with same cast anchors on bottom as end post, but only one 
breast-plate near top of ground running same as fence. This gives the post a large surface to 
support the fence sideways, the top rail supporting it lengthwise of the fence. 

Cast-iron Posts for All-Steel Fence 

Made of new cast iron, 4 inches square and cored out to about i/ 2 -inch thick; have heavy 
cast iron anchor. See cuts of posts in rlos. 115, 116, 135, 136, 137, 13S and 139 fence. Also 
next page. 

See cuts of truss and angle steel and line post for iron fence on page 8, and notice how the 
fabric passes through the truss line posts. 




TEUSS END POST 

Price $3.25 

The above cut shows our 
famous truss end, gate and 
corner post used in Style Nos. 
1, 2 and 7 fence. 




CAST IEOK END POST 

Price $4.00 

The above cut shows our 
square cast iron end, gate and 
corner posts used in our all 
steel fencing. 



ANGLE STEEL END POST 

Price $2.00. HeaTY Galvanized 

The above cut shows our 

galvanized angle steel end, 

gate and corner posts for 
Style Nos. S3 to 92. 




TEUSS LLVE POST 

Price $1.75 

The above cut shows our 
truss line posts for Stvles 
Nos, 1, 2 and 7, See the way 
the fabric and line rail passes 
through the post 



AXGLE STEEL LDfE POST 

Price $1.10. Heavy Galvanized 

The above cut shows our 
galvanized angle line post for 
Style fence Nos. S3 to 92. 



ADJUSTABLE STEEL POST 

The above cut shows our 
adjustable steel post with 
cast iron anchors used in our 
steel fencing. 



The post on the left is the 
line post used in Styles 140, 
141 and 142, and is made of 
lVi^H steel with a 3x12 
plate, or anchor on bottom, 
and brace running from an- 
chor plate half way up to top 
of post. 




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These two hitch posts are 
made of 2-inch steel tubing 
with heavy cast iron anchor 
that goes in the ground 2S 
inches, No. 2 is used quite ex- 
tensively for hitch rack posts 
by putting a chain through 
the hole in the ball ornament. 



Hitch Post Xo. 1 
Price $2.00. 



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The post on the left is our 
large, heavy built up post, 
made of 2-inch angle steel for 
corners, cast ball on top and 
cast spreaders with truss 
work between post 10 inches 
square, and is used for end, 
gate and corner posts for 
cemeteries, parks or any 
place where large post is 
needed. This post is used 
with our ornamental gate, 
shown on Page 29, makes a 
beautiful entrance. Price on 
application. 



Rustic hitch post No. 3 is 
made of cast iron about 5 
inches in diameter, and goes 
in the ground 28 inches. This 
is a beautiful post, is strong, 
and very ornamental. Price 
given is for post painted 
black, painted green with 
bronze tips 50c more. 



Hitch Post JSo. 2 
Price $1.75. 



Rustic Hitch Post 
]Vo. 3, Price $3.75. 



The Cllt Below Shows Style No. 1 Complete, 43 Inches High 




Price per liiieal foot of Style No. 1. 

Including all posts, fabric, line rail 

and braided wire. 

Price Wt. per ft. 

.36 cents 6i lbs. 

.33 " .... 7 " 

.41 " .... S " 

.45 ,; 9 

.50 " ....10 " 

.56 " 11* " 

Walk gates are $2.50 extra. 
Drive gates $5.00 extra, also meas- 
ured in as fence. 

See Page 3, how to figure on fence. 
Terms and guarantee on page 2. 



25 inches high 

31 

37 " " . 

43 " " . 

49 " " . 

55 " " . 



The posts used in No. 1 are our famous truss posts ; 
the fabric passes through the center of line posts and is 
clamped solid, giving the fence a panel finish and finished 
appearance on both sides. The line rail is new steel tub- 
ing. Braided wire, 4 strands of No. 13 braided together. 
Gates made of channel steel with truss and scroll top as 
shown in cut. Fabric is made of the very best gal- 
vanized wire. (See full description on next page.) Fit- 
tings and ornaments made of the very best malleable iron 
and white enameled; posts, line rails and gate frames 
black enameled. Fabric, being galvanized, does not need 
painting. The height given on complete fence is from the 
bottom of the fabric to the top of the braided wire. ' 



The Cut Below Shows Otir Style No. 88 Fence Complete 




Priced per lineal foot of Style Xo. 88. 



Including all posts, fabric and braided 
wire. 







Price 


Wt. per ft. 


25 inches 


high . 


. .31 cents. 


. . . 5 lbs. 


31 


" 


..33 *' . 


. . . 6 


37 


" 


. .36 " . 


... 1 " 


43 


" 


. .40 " . 


...8 " 


49 


" 


..45 " . 


. . . 9 " 



Walk gates are $2.50 extra and drive 
gates $5.00 extra, also measured in as 
fence. 

See Page 3 how to figure on fence. 

All the posts, line rail and fabric in 
No. SS are heavy galvanized. 



The end gate posts in Style No. 88 are made of 2-inch 
galvanized angle steel, the line posts 1%-inch galvanized 
angle steel, line rail l^-inch galvanized angle steel, the 
fabric is our regular No. 1 (see description on Page 11), 
the gates and braided wire are same as used in all our 
fencing. Posts are never set over 7 feet apart. The posts 
are well anchored and braced. See cuts and full descrip- 
tion of galvanized angle steel posts on Pages 6, 7 and 8. 

No. 88 is a very popular fence and is nice enough for 
any place; makes a beautiful fence for lawns, and we 
guarantee it to give perfect satisfaction in every respect. 
We also guarantee the posts to last twice as long as any 
gas pipe posts made, and that the frost will not heave 
them up, and that the fence will stay in line. Posts and 
line rail are all well galvanized. 

See Style No. 1, Page 11, for fabric alone. 
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Style 91 Malleable Cresting Finish 

A 
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* ^' s *. w^g 



Style 91 Malleable Cresting- Finish. 

Price per lineal foot. Style No. 91— Is practically the same fence as Style 

Scents, ^fn"" 88 ;. sll0wn on P »S' e 10 > except the top finish above the line 



25 inches high 

31 

37 

43 

49 



.10 

.43 
.47 

S.9. 



5* lbs. 

64 

74 



rail where we use malleable cresting instead of cable wire. 



9 | « Note: We can furnish the crestings on Style 84 and 

87 for Tc. per foot more than list price. We cannot fur- 
Drive gates $5.00 extra, also ineas- nish crestings for Nos. 1, 2 and 7 fence 
ured in as fence. 



Walk gates are $2.50 extra. 



The Cut Below Shows Our Style No. 1 Fabric, 36 Inches High 




Price per lineal foot No. 1 fabric. 







Price 




Wt. per ft 


IS inches 


high . 


.. 8 c 


ents . 


. . . If lbs 


24 


" 


.10 


" 


. . . If " 


30 


" 


..12 


" 


... 2 


36 


" 


.14 


" 


... 2i " 


42 


" 


.10 


" 


2* " 


48 


" . 


..IS 


" 


... 3i " 



Above price is for fabric only. 
See Page 2S for price of gates. 



Style No. 1 — Is one of the most ornamental and 
strongest fabrics made. The pickets are made by twisting 
two No. 11 wires together, which makes the pickets about 
%-inch in diameter. The line or tension wire is two No. 
12 wires twisted together between the pickets with right 
and left twist, which provides for contraction and expan- 
sion. All the wires in this and our other fabric is the best 
galvanized, made to our special order; in fact, it is the 
best steel wire we can buy. Notice the construction of this 
fence; see the double lock top and the beautiful appear- 
ance of the fence. We guarantee the fence to look just as 
nice and uniform on the posts as it does on this paper. 
Any of oar fabric can be used on toood posts. 



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The Ctit Below Shows 0\ir Style No. 2 Complete, 43 Inches High 




Price per lineal foot of Style No. 2, iii- 

clnding all posts, fabric, line rail 

and braided wire. 





Price 




Wt. per ft 


25 inches high. 


, .35 ce 


nts. 


. . . 6 lbs 


31 " " . 


.37 


" 


...61 " 


37 " " . 


..40 


" 


... n " 


43 " " . 


..44 


' : 


... gi " 


49 " " . 


..48 


" 


... 91 " 


55 " " . 


..54 


" 


...11 " 



Walk gates are $2.50 and drive gates 
$5.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

See Page 3 bow to figure on fence. 

For terms and guarantee see Page 2. 



Style No. 2 — Complete fence is the same in ever}'- par- 
ticular as Style No. 1, except in the fabric in which the 
straight upright picket is left out, making the mesh larger 
and the fence some cheaper. It is just as strong in every 
respect as No. 1 and will last just as long. 

Note: In Styles Nos. 1, 2 and 3, the 86 and 42- 
inch fabric has five line or tension wires ; 48-inch has six 
line wires; 24 and 30-inch, four line wires: therefore 36 
and 42-inch has two rows of diamonds below the square 
mesh ; the 48-inch, three rows of diamonds, and 24 and 30- 
inch only one row of diamond meshes below the square* 
mesh. 18-inch fabric has only three line wires and all the • 
meshes are diamond shape — no square mesh in it. 



The Cut Below Shows Our No. 95 Fence Complete 




Price per liueal foot, Style No. 95, 
complete, including all posts. 

Price Wt. per ft. 



24 incbes high . . 


..25 


cents. . 


. 35 


lbs. 


30 inches high . . 


..28 


cents. . 


. i'i 


lbs. 


36 inches high. . 


.31 


cents. . 


... hi 


lbs. 


42 inches high. . 


. .34 


cents. . 


. 6f 


lbs. 


48 inches high. . 


..37 


cents . . 


. 7^ 


lbs. 



Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5.00 extra and measured in as fence 
Black angle post 3c per foot less. 



Style No. 95 — Is just the same as 93, only we use our 
No. 2 fabric. These fences were designed for partition, 
front and cemetery fences ; where a good, substantial fence 
was desired at a very low price. The fabric cannot sag 
and we guarantee them to give perfect satisfaction. 



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The C\it Below Shows 0\ir Style No. 87 Fence Complete 




Price per lineal foot of Style No. 87. 

Including all posts, fabric, line rail and 
., braided wire. 







Price 


Wt. per ft. 


25 incbes 


bigb. 


. .30 cents. 


. . . 41 lbs. 


31 


" . 


..32 " . 


... 5i " 


37 


" 


..35 " . 


... 6S " 


43 


" , 


. .38 " . 


... n " 


49 


« 


. .43 " . 


... S* " 



Walk gates are $2.50 extra and drive 
gates $5.00 extra, also measured in as 
fence. 

See page 3 bow to figure on fence. 

For terms and guarantee see Page 2. 



Style No. 87 — Is the same in every respect as Style 
No. 88 shown on Page 10, only we use No. 2 fabric in- 
stead of No. 1, as in No. 88; otherwise the fence is the 
same. 

Important Notice : In Styles Nos. 83, 84, 85, 86, 87 
and 88, we use galvanized posts and line rails, which does 
not need painting, only for looks, and some like it better 
white than black, and we always ship it without paint un- 
less otherwise ordered. If you wish the posts and line rail 
painted black, so state in j^our order and we will paint 
them. The paint will not hurt the galvanizing. The 
anchor and breast plates on the posts are cast and wrought 
iron, well painted. See cut below for price of fabric 
alone. 

All the posts and line rail in No. 87 are heavy gal- 
vanized. 



The Ctit Below Shows 0\ir Style No. 2 Fabric on Wood Posts 




Price per lineal foot Style Jfo. 2 fabric. 







Price 


Wt. per ft. 


18 incbes 


bigb . 


. . 7 cents. 


. . . 11 lbs. 


24 


" 


..9 " . 


... 1* " 


30 


" . 


..11 " . 


...It " 


36 


" , 


..13 " . 


. . . 2 " 


42 


" , 


..15 " . 


nl (( 


48 


" 


.17 " . 


... 3 " 



Above price is for fabric only, and 
does not include gates and posts. 
See Page 36 for price of gates. 
We do not furnisb wood posts. 



Style No. 2— Fabric in many respects is just as good 
and will answer the same purpose as No. 1 fabric. The 
only difference is the straight upright picket is left out, 
making the mesh some larger. By using any of our fabric 
on wood posts it makes a beautiful fence and cheaper than 
wood, and will last a life-time. 

Note: We make any of our fabric in any size rolls 
up to 300 feet. But in ordering, it is best to give us the 
correct length of each section of fence and we will make 
each section the proper length, so you will not have to cut 
it when putting up. However, you can cut it without 
waste and can have it all shipped in one piece if desired. 



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The Cut Below Shows Our Style No. 83 Fence Complete 




Trice per liueal foot of Style Xo. S3. 

Including all posts, fabric and Hue rail 



24 inches high 

30 

36 

42 

4S 



Price 
...28 cents. 
...30 " , 

..33 " . 

..36 " . 

..41 " 



Wt. per ft. 
4J lbs. 
5i " 
6f " 

n " 

Si " 



Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 



SttleKo, 83-Has the regular galvanized angle steel 
posts and line rail; gates same as all our other fencing; 
the fabric is our regular No. 9 pickets made of No. 9 wire • 
pickets made of No. 8 wire cost H/ 2 cents per lineal foot 
more than price given on this page. This fence is used 
quite extensively for division fence for lawns, and makes 
a mce, neat front fence for a low-priced fence. For price 
or fabric for wood posts, see next page. 

All of our wire is steel and double galvanized. 

All the posts and line rail in 83 is heavy galvanized. 



The Ctxt Below Shows Oxxr Style No. 8 4 Fence Complete 




Price per lineal foot of Style Ao, 84. 

Including all posts, fabric, line rail and 
braided wire. 



Wt. per ft. 
■ . 41 lbs. 
.. 51 " 

.. 6f " 
. . 7* " 



Price 
25 inches high... .2S cents 
31 " "... .30 " 

37 " " ....33 .. 

« " " ....36 « 

49 « « .... 41 „ 

Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
*o.U0 extra, also measured in as fence. 
See page 3 how to figure on fence. 

All the posts and line rail in 84 is 
heavy galvanized. 



nost f^nfcS : 8 ^ H , as ™r regular galvanized angle steel 
post and line rail, gates and braided wire same as all our 
fencing; fabric is our regular Style No. 9, same as L used 
on style No S3 The difference between he wo fencesls 
in the top finish; the No. 84 fabric is three inches below 
the line rail and a braided wire above the rail, while in 
No. 83 (shown above) the fabric extends 3 inches above 
he rail and no braided wire is used. The price of the 
two fences is he same, and there is no difference in 
strength or lasting qualities. Choice is simply amX of 
taste of buyer as to finish on top. 

No. 9,°p^ls cf above fahHc for wood p08ts > see Sf y u 



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THe Cut Below Shows Otir No. 96 Fence Complete 




Price per lineal foot, Style >"o. 96, 
complete, including' all posts. 

Price Wt. per ft. 

24 inches hi'gh. . . .22 cents. ... 35 lbs. 

30 inches high 25 cents.... 4j lbs. 

36 inches high, , . .29 cents. . . , 5f lbs. 
42 inches high. . . .31 cents. . . . 6* lbs. 
48 inches high. . . .35 cents. ... 7* lbs. 

Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 
Black angle post 3c per foot less. 



Style 96 — -Is made just the same as 93 and 94 (see 
Page 18), only we use our Xo. 9 fabric, pickets made of 
Xo. 9 galvanized wire. All posts are galvanized and 
there is no reason why these fences should not last a life 
time. The gates in these fences are the same as we use 
in all our complete fence. 



The Cut Below Shows Our Style No. 9 Fence on Wood Posts 




Price per lineal foot of Style No. 9. 
Pickets No. 9 Wire. 







Price 


Wt. per ft 


IS inches 


high . 


. . 5 cents. 


. . . li lbs 


24 


11 


. . 6 " . 


. . li " 


30 


" . 


..8 " . 


... n " 


36 


" 


..11 " . 


... 11 " 


42 


" 


.13 " . 


... 2 " 


48 " 


" 


..15 " . 


...2| " 



No. 8 wire pickets li cents more per 
foot. 

The above price is for fabric only, 
and does not include posts or gates. 

For price of gates see Page 2S. 

In ordering always state size of wire 
wanted in pickets. 



Style No. 9 — Is a plain but strong, substantial fence; 
the pickets are made of either Xo. 9 or Xo. 8 wire, as de- 
sired. The line or tension wire is Xo. 12 twisted together 
between the pickets with right and left twist, same as all 
our fencing. Mesh is small enough to turn a half -grown 
chicken. 

This is the same fabric as used on Styles Xos. 83 and 
84 complete fence. It is also used quite extensively on 
wood posts for partition fence. Makes a nice, neat front 
fence; is low in price and very durable. Put up in any 
size rolls up to 300 feet. Made of the very best steel 
double galvanized loire. 

All our fencing is guaranteed to give satisfaction or 
money to be refunded— you to be the judge. 

Nothing but the very best galvanized wire is used. 



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TKe Cut Below Shows Our Style No. 85 Fence Complete 

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Price per lineal foot of Style ~So. S5. 








Price 


Wt. per ft. 


25 inches 


high . 


. .31 cents. 


. . . 5 lbs. 


31 


" 


.33 " . 


. . . 6 " 


37 


" 


..3G " . 


... 1 " 


43 


" 


..40 " . 


... S " 


49 


" 


.45 " . 


. . . 9 



Walk gates $2.50 extra, and drive 
gates $5.00 extra, also measured in as 
fence. The above prices are for pickets 
made of No. 9 wire. 

No. 8 wire pickets, 2 cents more per 
foot. 



All of the posts used in Style No. 85 are our regular 
galvanized angle steel posts, same as used in St3 r le No. 
88. See full description and cuts on Pages 7 and 8. 

Line rail is I.14 galvanized angle steel, braided wire, 
and gates same as used in all our fencing. 

The fabric is our famous No. 14. See Page IT for full 
description and prices of fabric for wood posts. The 
mesh in this fence is small enough to turn chickens the 
size of a quail, and the fabric is strong enough to turn 
the most vicious stock. This is the kind of fabric that we 
fenced Central Park at Greytown, Nicaragua, with; also 
some of the large cemeteries in the United States. 

All the posts and line rail in No. 85 are heavy gal- 
vanized. For terms and guarantee see Page *B. 



The Cut Below »Shows Our *Style No. 86 Fence Complete 

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Price per lineal foot of Style No. 86. 

Including posts, fabric, line rail and all 
braided wire. 







Price 


Wt. per ft 


24 inches 






. . . 5 lbs 


30 


" 


..33 " . 


... 6 " 


36 


" 


.36 " . 


... 7 '* 


42 


" 


..40 " . 


... 8 '* 


48 


" 


. .45 " . 


. . . 9 



Walk gates $2.50 extra, and drive 
gates $5.00 extra, also measured in as 
fence. 

Above prices are for pickets made of 
No. 9 wire; pickets made of No. S wire, 
2 cents more per foot. 



Style No. 86 — Has the same posts, gates, fabric and 
line rail as No. 85, but no braided wire is used above the 
line rail. Instead of using the braided wire, the fabric 
extends 3y 2 inches above the rail and is fastened to the 
rail every 3 feet, and also to the posts with wire staples. 
Some like this fence better than No. So because there is 
no wire above the rail. As far as strength is concerned, 
one is as strong as the other. Both are the same price; 
the only difference is the finish at the top. We guarantee 
either of them to give perfect satisfaction. 

See Pages 7 and 8 for full description of angle posts 
used in this fence. 

All the p>osts and line rail in No. 86 are heavy gal- 
vanised. 

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Style 92, Malleable Cresting' Finish 




Style 92 Malleable Cresting Finish. 
Price per lineal foot. 

Price Wt. per ft. 

25 inches high. . . .37 cents. ... 5* lbs. 
31 " "... .40 " ... . 6* " 
37 " "... .43 " .... 7* " 
43 " " ....47 " .... Si " 
49 " " 52 " ... . 9* " 



Stifle No. 92 — Is practically the same fence as Style 
85, shown on Page 16, except the top finish above the line 
rail where we use malleable cresting instead of cable 
wire. 



Note : We can furnish the crestings on Style 84 and 

Wal *- £ ates $2,5 ° extra ' and drive 87 for 7c. per foot more than list price. We cannot fur- 
cates S^.OO extra, also measured in as 



gates 
fence 



rush crestings for Nos. 1, 2 and 7 fence. 



The Cut Below Shows Our Style No. 14 Fabric on Wood Posts 




Price per lineal foot of Style 2fo. 14. 

Pickets No. 9 Wire. 







Price 


Wt. per ft 


18 inches 


high . . 


. . 8 cents. 


. . . 14 lbs 


24 


" 


..10 " . 


...If " 


30 


" 


. . 12 " . 


...15 " 


36 


" 


. . 14 " . 


... 2 " 


42 


" 


..16 " . 


2§ " 


4S 


" 


..IS " . 


. 2i " 



Pickets made of No. 8 wire, 2 cents 
more per foot. The above price is for 
fabric alone, and does not include gate 
or posts. 

For price of gates see Page 28. 

In ordering always state the size of 
wire wanted in pickets. 

Any of our fabric can be used on 
wood posts if desired. 



Styee No. 14 — -Is the nicest, strongest and most dur- 
able wire picket fence ever made of straight wire pickets. 
The pickets in this fence are made of either No. 9 or No. 
8 wire as desired ; double galvanized. The line or tension 
wire is two No. 12 wires twisted together between the 
pickets with right and left twist to provide for contrac- 
tion and expansion. Mesh is very small; will turn a 
chicken the size of a quail. 

The new feature in this fence is the upright picket 
made of the same size wire as the other pickets. It is 
wrapped twice around the top of the other picket and 
then twisted down to the first line wire. The upright 
picket is about %-inch in diameter at top, and this in 
connection with the lock top of the other pickets makes 
it the strongest top fence made, none excepted, and makes 
it impossible to get top out of shape. 

Fabric is put up in any size rolls up to 300 feet. 

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The Below Shows Our Style No. 93 Complete 





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Price ner lineal foot, Style Xo. 93, 
complete, including all posts. 

Price Wt. per ft. 



24 inches high. 
30 inches high. 
36 inches high. 
42 inches high. 
4S inches high— 



.26 cents. 
.29 cents. 
.32 cents. 
.35 cents. 
.38 cents. 



lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 



Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5,00 extra, and measured in as fence. 
Black angle post 3c per foot less. 



In No. 93 we use our regular galvanized 2x2-inch an- 
gle post for end, gate and corner with V/ 2 angle brace 
which sets on a concrete or stone base with a % rod from 
end of brace to post. Line post made of l%xiy 2 gal- 
vanized angle with breast plate and bottom anchor and 
use our famous No. 1 fabric. Ratchets to tighten it up. 
This fence is practically the same as our No. 88 fence 
without the line rail or braided wire. For price of fabric 
alone see Page 11. 



The C\it Below Shows Otir Style No. 94 Complete 




Style No. 91 is made the same every way as 93, only we use our No. 11 fabric, pickets 
made of No. 9 wire.. Price same as No. 93. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE— The line posts in styles Nos. 93, 91, 95 and 96 is set from 7% 
to 8% feet apart, depending on how the spaces will divide up in section of fence and when 
sections are over 50 feet long, we furnish ratchets for each end of fabric. All of the posts, 
braces and fabric in these fences are the very best galvanized material that can be bought. 
For price of fabric see No. 11. Page No. 17. 



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The Cut Below Shows Our Style No. 3 Crimped Wire Fabric 

36 Inches High 




Price per lineal foot of Style No. 3 
fabric. 







Price 


Wt. per ft. 


24 inches 


high. 


, . 6 cents. 


. . . 1* lbs. 


30 


" 


. . 8 " . 


...14 " 


36 


" 


.11 " . 


... li " 


42 


" 


. .13 " . 


... 1* " 


48 


" 


..15 " . 


... 2 " 



For price of gates when fabric alone 
is ordered, see Page 28 

For terms and guarantee see Page 2. 



Style No. 3 — Is made of No. 9 crimped wire pickets, 
line wire two No. 12 wires twisted together between the 
pickets with right and left twist, which provides for con- 
traction and expansion. All the wire used in this fabric 
is double galvanized. This fence is the same in every re- 
spect as our No. 2 fabric, except we use crimped wire for 
pickets in No. 3 and twisted wire in No. 2. 

Note: We can make this fence without the square 
mesh and make them all diamond shape if desired at same 
pmce. 

The mesh in this fence is small enough to turn a half- 
grown chicken. 



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The Cut Above Shows 

Price per rod of 16} feet, Style ISo. 12, 
Price Wt. per roQ 

30 inches high $1.20 16* lbs. 

40 " " 1.50 26 

48 " " 1.S5 30 

With No. 10 wire pickets, 40 cents 
more per rod. With No. 9 wire pickets 
80 cents more per rod. 

Style No. 12 is made in three heights 
only, 30, 40 and 48 inches. For price 
of gates see Page 2S. 



Our Style No. 12 Crimped Wire Fabric 

Styx,e No. 12 — Is made with crimped wire pickets 
made of No. 11 wire, which is the regular size, but No. 9 
or No. 10 wire can be used if desired, but of course costs 
more than No. 11 wire. The line or tension wire is made 
of two strands of No. 12 wire twisted together with right 
and left twists. The upright picket extends the full 
height of fence, and the mesh is small enough to turn 
half-grown chickens. 



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Price per lineal foot Style No. 115. 
Including line posts and center sup- 
ports for panels. 

Size of Price 
Height Weight Pickets per ft. 

24 inches 12 lbs te 60 cents 

30 " ....14 " ....t 7 s....G5 " 

36 " 16 " tV .. 70 " 

42 " IS " -iu 75 " 

4S " ... .20 " A SO " 

Walk gates $1.00 extra, drive gates 
$8,00 extra, also measured in as fence. 
End, corner aud gate posts $2.50 extra 
each. 

i-inch pickets 6 cents more per foot. 



Style No. 115— Is a good strong steel fence, also very 
ornamental. The line rail is made of iy 2 xi/ 2 -inch steel 
channel: pickets are square steel. Panels made as near 8 
feet long as possible and center support is furnished each 
panel. Line posts are adjustable, made of %xlV 2 -inch 
steel, with heavy cast iron anchors. Distance between 
pickets, 4 inches! Fence given two coats of good asphal- 
tum paint before leaving the factory, and enough paint 
sent with it to give one coat when up. 

See Page 7 for full description of end jwsts. 

See Page 8 for cut of line posts. 




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Price per lineal foot Style Xo. 116. 

Including line posts and center sup- 
ports for panels. 

Size of Price 
Weight Pickets per ft. 

12 lbs .... ft ... .65 cents 
.14 " ...fn. ...70 " 
.16 " rn 75 " 



Height 
24 inches. . 
30 " . . 
36 " . . 
42 " . . 
4S " . . 



.is 
.20 



.80 

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Walk gates $1.00 extra, drive gates 
$8.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 
End, corner and gate posts $2.50 ex- 
tra, each. A-inch pickets 6 cents more 
per foot. 

See Page 7 and 8 for full description 
of end posts. 



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Style No. 116— Is the most ornamental steel fence 
we make, having two rows of ornaments on the pickets 
instead of one row, as No. 115. It is also the highest price 
regular fence we make. End, gate and corner posts are 
four inches square, with heavy anchors, all cast iron. Line 
posts are 3/ s xli/>-inch steel, with heavy cast iron anchor, 
and are adjustable. Line rail lVoxi/o-inch steel channel, 
panels as near 8 feet long as possible, and center supports 
in center. Distance between pickets 4 inches. Fence well 
painted before leaving factory with two coats of pamt, 
and enough paint shipped with fence to give it one coat 
when up. 

Full instructions sent for putting up all our fences 
tvith every order. 

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Price per lineal foot Style jVo. 135. 
Including line posts and center sup- 
ports for the panels. 

Size of Price 
Pickets per ft. 

. .-ik . . . .52 cent 
. .i 7 3 . . . .5G " 
. ,t 7 <i....60 " 
. .z 7 o....61 " 
..A.... 68 " 
Walk gates $3.00 extra, drive gates 
$6.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 
End, corner and gate posts $2.50 ex- 
tra, each. 

4-inck pickets 6 cents more per foot. 
For terms and guarantee see Page 2. 



Height 


We 


ght 


Pickets 


per ft. 


24 inches. . 


. .12 


lbs. 


7 
. . . TO ■ ■ • 


.52 cents 


30 " .. 


. .14 


" 


. . . To . ■ • 


.50 " 


36 " 


..16 


" , 


7 
. . . Iff . . . 


.60 " 


42 " . . 


. .IS 


" 


7 
. . . 10 ■ ■ • 


.61 " 


4S " . . 


. .20 


" 


7 

. . . xs ■ ■ ■ 


.68 '* 




Styi/e No. 135 — Is a very popular fence for ceme- 
teries, parks and court houses; also makes a nice, neat 
lawn fence. End, gate and corner posts are our square 
cast iron posts. Line posts %xl 1 />-inch steel, with heavy 
cast iron anchors and adjustable: line rail liAxVo-inch 
channel steel; gates made with circle top. Ornaments 
and fittings in all our fencing are the best malleable iron. 
Pickets, square steel T 7 ¥ j or i/o-inch. Fence is well painted 
before leaving the factory, with two coats of paint, and 
enough paint shipped with fence to give it one coat when 
up. 

NOTE. — The height given on all our fences is length 
of pickets. Fence should be set 3 or 1 inches from the 
ground, which would make the top of the fence 3 or 4 
inches higher from the ground than what is given here. 

See Pages 7 and 8 for full description of end posts. 



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Price per lineal foot Style Jfo. 136. 
Including line posts and center sup- 
ports for panels. 

Size of Price 
Height Weigh 1 ; Pickets per ft. 

24 inches. . . .11* lbs. . . .t 7 <j. . . .IS cents 
30 " ....134 " ....i 7 fr....52 " 
36 " . ...154 " ... ,t 7 o....56 " 
42 " ....17* " ....t 7 tt....60 " 
4S " ....194 " ....t 7 b. ...61 " 

Walk gates $3.00 extra, drive gates 
$6.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

End, corner and gate posts $2.50 
each, extra. 

4-inch pickets 6 cents more per foot. 



Style No. 136 — Is a nice one for airy place. It is a 
general purpose fence, and is suitable for any purpose. 
Made the same in ever} 7 respect as No. 135, except that 
one-half of the pickets only extend above the middle rail. 
End gate and corner posts are our square cast iron posts, 
line posts %xl 1 /2-mch steel, with heavy iron anchor; line 
rail l%x%-inch channel steel; length of panel as near 8 
feet as space will divide; center supports under each 
panel. Pickets 7-16 or i/2-mch square. All well painted 
before leaving the factory with two coats of paint, and 
enough paint shipped with it to give it one coat when up. 
Any of our fences can be put up on stone walls if desired. 

See Pages 7 and 8 for fidl description of end posts. 

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Price per lineal foot Style No. 137. 
Including line posts and center sup- 
ports for the panels. 

Size of Price 
Height Weight Pickets per ft. 

24 inches .... 12 lhs . ... A .... 58 cents 

30 " ....14 " ....*....« " 

36 " ....16 " ....*.. ..61 " 

42 " ....IS "... ,tV ...G5 " 
48 " ....20 " .... T 7 <j. ...70 " 

Walk gates $3.00 extra, drive gates 
$6.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

End, corner and gate posts $2,50 
each, extra. 

4-inch pickets 6 cents more per foot. 



In Style No. 137 — AYe use square cast iron posts for 
end. gate and corner posts. 

Line posts are made of l%x% steel, with heavy cast 
iron anchor, adjustable. 

Pickets 7-16 or y 2 -inch square; line rail iy 2 xi/£-inch 
steel channel; gates made with circle top. Fence painted 
with two coats of paint before leaving the factory. 

Style No. 137 can be used any place where fence is 
needed, it having the scroll under the top rail between 
pickets, giving it a nice appearance, and it makes a very 
desirable fence for lawns or cemetery lots. 

In ordering fence or asking for estimate 
amount always state height wanted. 

For terms and guarantee see Page 3. 



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Price per lineal foot Style jS t o. 138. 
Including line posts and center sup- 
ports for panels. 

Size of Price 

ght Pickets per ft. 

V,:s. . . . i 7 b . . . .50 cents 

" .... l'ci .... 51 " 

" .... 1% .... 5S " 

it " pn tt 

. . . . Til . , . . b-J 
" .... T T e .... 66 

Walk gates $3.00 extra, drive gates 
$6.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

Eud, corner and gate posts $2.50 
each, extra. 

^-inch pickets 6 cents more per foot. 

Weights given are approximate 
weights per lineal foot. 



Height 


W 


24 inches, . 


..12 


30 " 


. .14 


36 " . . 


..16 


42 " . . 


. .18 


48 " . . 


..20 



No. 138 has our regular square cast iron post for end, 
gate and corners. Line posts l%x%-inch steel, with heavy 
cast iron anchors, and adjustable. Line rail l%x%-inch 
channel; panels made 7 to 8 feet long, with center support 
under center of each panel ; pickets 7-16 or %-inch square. 
Fence given two coats of good paint before leaving the 
factory, and enough paint shipped with it for one coat 
when up. 

Style No. 13 S — Is more especially designed for cem- 
eteries or parks, but makes a nice, plain fence for lawns. 
It is very strong and neat, also very low price considering 
the quality of the fence. The pickets in all our steel fenc- 
ing are 4^2 inches apart from center to center of picket ; 
this makes the opening about 3% inches wide. 

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Price per lineal foot Style Xo. 139. 
Including line posts and center sup- 
ports for the panels. 

Size of Price 



Height 
24. inches. 
30 ** . 
36 " . 
42 " . 
48 



Weight 
...12 lbs, 
.. .14 " 
. . .16 " , 
. . .18 " . 
. . .20 " 



Pickets 



per ft. 
.50 cents 
.54 " 
.5S " 
.62 " 
.66 " 



Walk gates $3.00 extra, drive gates 
$6.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

End, corner and gate posts $2.50 
each, extra. 

-'-inch pickets 6 cents more per foot. 



End gate and corner posts in Style No. 139 are our 
regular square cast iron posts. Line posts l^x%-inch 
steel, with heavy cast iron anchor. Line rail 1 y 2 xy<> -inch 
channel iron, and has a nice scroll under top rail. Panels 
7 to 8 feet long, with center supports under center of each 
panel. Pickets 7-16 or y 2 -inch square. All our steel fence 
is given two coats of paint before leaving the factory, and 
enough paint shipped with the fence to give it one coat 
when up. 

This is a very popular fence for lawns, and is a nice, 
neat, strong fence for any rmrpose. 

Note : In all our steel fences we extend the pickets 
two inches below the bottom rail. 

Without the scroll under rail, 3 cents per foot less. 




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Price per lineal foot for Style No. 132. 

Including all posts and everything 
complete except gates. 

Height Weight Price per ft. 

30 inches 7 lbs 43 cents 

36 " 8 " 46 " 

42 " 9 " 50 " 

4S " 10 " 54 " 

Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

The height given is the length of 
pickets. The fence should be set three 
or four inches off the ground. 



Style No. 132— Is made of S-foot panels, with a cen- 
ter support under the center of each panel, and has three 
line rails. The pickets extend 5 inches above the top rail 
and two inches below the bottom rail. The line rails are 
angle steel. The line posts are T-shaped steel. The end 
gate and corner posts are angle steel. The pickets are 
four-pointed star-shaped steel. 

See Page 25 for cuts showing size and shape of line 
rail, posts, and also description of same. 

See cut of picket on Page 21, showing size and shape. 

This and its companion fences, Nos. 133, 134, was 
especially designed to meet a large demand for a low- 
priced iron fence for cemeteries, parks and lawns, and we 
know that there could not be a fence made with any other 
shaped material that would have the strength, durability, 
and be as ornamental for the price we are selling this at! 

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Price per lineal foot Style ]Vo. 133. 

Including all posts and everything 

complete except gates. 
Height Weight Price per ft. 

24 inches 5 lbs 35 cents 

30 " 6 " 40 " 

36 " 7 " 44 " 

42 " S " 4S " 

Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

The height given is the length of 
pickets. 

Line Posts in Nos. 132, 133 
End and Gate Posts weigh 
Posts set in ground about 



Style 133 — Is made the same in every respect as 
Stylo 132, except in this style we onlv use two line rails 
instead of three, as in 132. 

This cut is made to show just how the posts and cen- 
ter supports are set in the ground and how they are con- 
structed. See the anchors on the bottom to keep the frost 
from lifting them up. See the heavy breast-plates near 
the top of the ground, to give them plenty of surface and 
to hold them in line and keep them rigid. 

All of these fences are given two coats of good paint 
before leaving the factory. 

and 134 weigh IS to 24 lbs., according to height of fence. 
25 to 35 lbs., according to height of fence. 
26 inches. Center supports about 20 inches. 




Price per lineal foot Style No. 134. 

Including all posts and everything 
complete except gates. 

Height Weight Price per ft. 

30 inches 6 lbs 40 cents 

36 " 7 " 44 " 

42 " S " 48 " 

4S " 9 " 52 " 

Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5.00 extra, also measured in as fence. 

Height given above is the length of 
the loug pickets. 

We guarantee all these fences to be 
as represented and to give satisfaction, 
or money refunded. You to be the 
judge and jury. 



Style 131 — is made of the same size material as Xo. 
132, the difference being in the pickets, one-half of them 
extending above the center rail This fence is suitable for 
any purpose where fence is needed. 

This star-shaped cut shows the shape 
and size of pickets in Style 132, 133 and 
131. This is the strongest shape that this 
amount of steel could "be made into. We 
have experimented for years to get a low- 
priced iron fence without sacrificing 
strength and durability, and we know we 
have succeeded and can cheerfully recom- 
mend these three styles to meet every re- 
quirement. 

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This cut shows 
the size and 
shape of line 
posts used in 
numbers 132, 133 
and 134. 

See Page 24 for 
cut of picket. 



Has cast an- 
chor on the bot- 
tom and heavy 
breast plates 
near top of 
ground. The or- 
namental top of 
this post is cut 
out of solid metal, 
and is really part 
of the post. 




This cut shows 
size a n d shape 
of end, gate and 
corner posts used 
in numbers 132, 
133 and 134. 

See cut of this 
post with anchors 
on Page 7 of Cat- 
alogue. 




This cut shows 
the size and 
shape of the line 
rail used in num- 
bers 132, 133 and 
134. The picket 
goes through the long 
side of angle and the 
short side shows on the 
front of fence, giving 
the fence a very heavy 
appearance, and is very 
neat. 



In presenting these styles of fence we do it with a feeling of pride that we are enabled to 
furnish the public with such a nice line of fencing at such low prices without sacrificing 
strength or durability. We have been to a heavy expense in getting these shapes in just the 
right proportion to give the required strength with the least possible weight, and we feel that 
we will be fully repaid for all our trouble and expense, for we know it will be what the people 
have been looking for. 

We show these sectional views so you can see the exact size of the material used in the 
fence. 

The Pickets — Made of % star-shaped steel, fully as strong as % or % round rod. (See 
cut on Page 24.) 



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The Line Eail— Made of l%x% angle, has the strength of a flat bar l%x%, and is more 



The Like Posts— Made of 2i/ 2 xl% T-shaped steel, has the strength of 1% round bar of 



steel 

End and Gate Posts— Made of 2-inch angle steel, has the strength of 1% bar of round 
steel. 

The pickets are put in so they cannot possibly get loose or be taken out of the line rail. 
The rail is bolted direct to the posts, doing away with connections that are liable to break or 
get loose. 

The fence can be put on any kind of ground. We also make it to set on stone wall, or con- 
crete wall. In fact it is a first-class fence for any use and will last a life-time. 



For terms and guarantee see Page 2. 



Boone. Iowa, April 30, 1911. 
Up-to-Date Mfg. Co., 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dear Sirs: — The fabric fencing No. 14 and gates bought of you last fall arrived in good 
shape. I put them up on red cedar posts painted black, have had many compliments for hav- 
ing the strongest and most handsome fence in this locality. Yours truly, 

S; A. Eppert. 



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Price per lineal foot, Style jVo. 140, 

including .ill posts and center 

rests. 

Size of Price 
Pickets per ft. 

. . ty& . . . . 40 cents 

. .y% . . . .44 cents 

U 48 cents 



Height 
30 inches . 

36 inches 9 

42 inches. . . .10 
48 inches. . . .11 



Weight 

S lbs . 

9 lbs. 

lbs. 

lbs. . . .%&. . . .52 cents 
Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates 
$5.00 extra, and measured in as fence. 
i'u square pickets 5c more per foot. 



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Style Xo. 140 and its companion fences 141 and 142 
were designed to meet a demand for a good strong fence 
at a very low price, and we think we have met both re- 
quirements. The end. gate and corner posts are made of 
2-inch angle with a heavy bottom anchor, and cross breast 
plates near the surface of the ground. The line posts are 
made of l 1 4x% flat with brace running from the bottom 
plate which is 3x12 flat (see Page 9). The line rails are 
i/oxl 1 /! channel, the pickets are % or f^ square put in the 
rail with our famous V4 twist and we guarantee them never 
to come out.. All the rail fittings are the best of malleable 
iron. The end and gate post tops are heavy cast iron 
panels 8 feet long with center support, fence given two 
coats of good paint before leaving factory and enough 
sent along to retouch when up. 




Price per lineal foot, Style jNo. 141, 
complete, including all posts. 

Price 
per ft. 

.39 cents 

.43 cents 

.47 cents 



Height 
30 inches 
36 inches 
42 inches 
4S inches 



Size of 
Pickets 



Weight 

7V 2 lbs }4 

SV 2 lbs y s 

9^ lbs H 



..10% lbs. 



.50 cents 



"Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates $5.00 extra, and 
measured in as fence, & pickets 5c more per foot. 

This fence is built the same every way as Xo. 140, 
only the straight picket only extends above the middle 
rail. 

Xote. — See Page 24 of catalog for cuts of end and 
gate posts used in these, fences. They are the same as are 
used in Xo. 133 fence. 



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Height 
24 inches 
30 inches 
36 inches 
42 inches 
48 inches 



complete, including all posts. 

Price 
per ft. 

35 cents 



Weight 

6 lbs. 

7 lbs . 
S lbs. 
9 lbs. 

10 lbs . 



Size of 
Pickets 



.38 cents 
.42 cents 
.16 cents 
.50 cents 



Walk gates $2.50 extra, drive gates $5.00 extra and 
measured in as fence, i 7 c pickets 5c more per foot, built 
the same as Xo. 140. but only two line rails used. 



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Price per guard : 



S inch diameter, 


3 feet high 


S inch diameter, 


4 feet high 


8 inch diameter, 


5 feet high 


S inch diameter, 


6 feet high 


12 inch diameter, 


3 feet high 


12 inch diameter, 


4 feet high 


12 inch diameter, 


5 feet high 


12 inch diameter, 


6 feet high 


16 inch diameter, 


3 feet high 


16 inch diameter, 


4 feet high 


16 inch diameter, 


5 feet high 


16 inch diameter, 


6 feet high 



.35c 
.45c 
,55c 
.65c 

.50c 
65c 
.75c 

.S5c 
.65c 
.75c 
,85c 
95c 






UP-TO-DATE TREE GUARDS. 

Made of No. 8 galvanized wire; very strong and 
mesh small enough to keep rabbits away from trees. 






For orchard or shrubbery we make guards 18, 24 and 
30 inches high to protect trees and shrubs from rabbits, 
and will quote special low price. Write us and state the 
number you want, height and diameter. 



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Price Double Combination Drive Gates. 

Including hinges, spring latch for wood or steel posts. 

Width, 6 feet $6.50 Width, 12 feet $9.50 

° 7.35 

10 " 



7.35 

8.00 



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Description of Gates 

All our gates are made of V 2 xiy 2 channel steel for 
trames with solid malleable iron angle corners, riveted 
solid with large rivets and with the truss work in top and 
scroll on top of gate, so that it is impossible for gate to 
sag or get out of order. They are fitted with spring latch 
and open either way. The fabric used in gate is our 
regular fabric, and same kind used as in fence ordered. 

We sell these gates for wood posts and when order- 
ing without fence state what kind of fabric is preferred 
in gate. 

Our gates are higher priced than gas pipe gates, but 
they are better and loe guarantee them to last twice as 
long as any gas pipe gate made. 

Price does not include Posts. 




Steel Double Drive Gates. 

Width, S feet $10.60 

!0 " 12.00 

12 " 14t30 

Price is for gate complete, with 
hinges, spring latch; also center rest 
for the double gates. 



Price Combination WaUc Gates, 
Complete. 

Including spring latch and hinges for 
wood or steel posts. 

Width, 2 A feet. 
3 

n 

4 



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.$2.50 
. 3.00 
. 3.25 
. 3.50 
. 4.00 
4.50 



For single gates wood posts should 
be set 4i inches further apart than 
width of gate; for steel posts, 5 inches. 
Double gate posts should be set 7 
inches further apart than width of 
gate. 

The above sizes are regular size, but 
we can make them any size at propor- 
tionate cost. 

If fence is ordered with gate, we al- 
ways use same style of fabric in gate 
as is ordered in fence. 

Always state height of gate wanted. 




STEEL WALK GATES. 
Price of All-Steel Gate Complete. 

feet $3.80 



Width, 2^ 
3 

4 



4.15 
4.50 
4.80 



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Up-to-Date Farm Gates 




All Made of Steel and the Strongest Gate Made. 

The frame is made of l%s% steel channel. Truss 
braces of ly^x 1 /^ flat steel. The filling or horizontal rods 
are % square steel. 

Gates up to 12 feet in width have three trusses, as 
shown in cut. 14 and 16 feet have four trusses. 

Gates 4V3 feet high have screw hinges and self-acting 
latch, and will fasten itself by pushing it shut, and we 
guarantee it not to sag or get out of shape. 



All Steel Farm Gates. 

Price, S feet wide $5.00 

10 " " 5.25 

12 " " 5.50 

14 " " 6.50 

16 " " 7.50 




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Cemetery or Park Gate. Write us for price, giving width of gate wanted, also height. 
The height is figured from center. 



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This half-tone shows one 
of our complete arches, suit- 
able for parks, cemeteries or 
Churches. 

Complete arch, with 10-ft. 
driveway and Sy 2 ft. walk 
gates with arches on each 
side, with name of cemetery 
or park, $60.00. Without 
the walks gates and arches, 
$45.00. 



Arch jVo. 1. 




Arch ]Vo. 2. 

The above arch, with 10-ft 
driveway, 3y 2 ft. walk gates 
on each side, $50.00; with 
one walk gate, $48.00 ; with- 
out either walk gate, $45.00 ; 
lettered as desired. 



Arch Xo. 3. 



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Fencing for Cemeteries and Churches 





Style No. 23 — Price same as No. 2 Fence 

See Page 10 



Style 21 — Price same as No. 1 Fence. 

See Page S. 



Owing to the use of our four corner posts in cemetery lots, makes the fence cost more per 
foot than a fence in a straight line, and it is impossible to quote net prices for cemetery lots 
without knowing the size of lot. But by figuring from the following directions you can tell 
the cost of airy size lot fence with any of our different combinations fences or Styles Nos. 132, 
133 and 134. 

Take the number of feet that it takes to go around your lot and multiply it by the price 
given under the fence you want, then add $1.00 for each corner and gate post and $2.50 for the 
gate; this will give you the net cost. For example: Take a lot 10x20 feet; it would take 
60 feet of fence to enclose it; 60 feet of Style No. 1, 31 inches high, 38 cents per foot, $22.80; 
four corner posts and two gate posts at $1.00 extra each, $6.00 ; and if gate is wanted, $2.50 
extra, making a total of $31.30 for a lot 10x20 feet, and same proportionate price for any size 
lot. In Styles Nos. 115, 116, 120, 121, 122 and 126, figure same as in fence for other pur- 
pose, as the end, gate and corner posts are listed extra in these styles. 

Fencing for Cemeteries and Churches 

Some manufacturers advertise special prices to churches and cemeteries, but if you will 
investigate closely you will find they will sell to any individual as cheap as to a church or 
cemetery association. They usually have their fences listed high to allow agent's commission 
and then figure off some to make believe they are making a special price. 

All our prices given in Catalog are net cash price and no discount allowed ; and if you 
will consider quality we think you will find them as low as any special price you can get 
anywhere. 



Up-To-Date Flood Fence 
or Gate 

Can be used in any ditch or 
small stream and will keep any 
kind of stock from passing up or 
clown and most of the drift will 
pass over it, and it. is very easily 
cleaned. Bottom rails made of 
1-Jxtlr flat steel, top bars 1 inch 
channel placed 3 inches apart, 
fence 30 inches wide and 16 inches 
high, made in any length and 
shipped knocked down. 

Price, per lineal foot 75c 




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Steel Settees for Parks jS t o. 43. 

Made very strong and is esjDecially de- 
signed for park purposes. This settee is plain 
but netft. They are made in three sizes — 2, 
3, and 4-seated. For prices, write us the 
number wanted and we will quote you low 
price. 




Steel Settees No. 42. 

Made strong and well painted. 
for lawns, verandas or cemeteries. 



2-seated, 
$8.00. 



Suitable 
Prices : 
$5.00; 3-seated, $6.50; 4-seated, 




No. 1 Yase, 19 in. high, weight 90 lbs. 

For price and other information in regard 
to vases, see next Page. 




Wire Settees "No, 41. 

Made strong and durable, and are very or- 
namental. Prices: 2-seated, $5.50; 3-seated, 
$7.00; 4-seated, $8.50. 

Unless otherwise instructed we paint all 
our settees green, which is the best paint to 
use for this kind of work. All our settees are 
well made, and will last a life-time or 
longer. They are intended for out-door use, 
and are much more ornamental than wood 
settees and will last much longer. We can 
make them any length desired. If you have 
any special design you want, send us sketch 
of same and we will quote you price. We 
can make you any kind of ornamental iron 
or wire work. 



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Up-To-Date Vases 





jN'o. 2 Vase— 26 inches high, weight 135 lbs. 



jVo. 3 Yase— 3G inches high, weight 160 lbs. 



Price of Yases Without Handles. 

No. 1, painted white or green $G.OO 

No. 2, " " " " 7.25 

No. 3, " " " " 8.50 

Handles on either size $1.00 extra. 



Up-To-Date- Vases — These vases are made of iron 
and are practically indestructible, and are suitable for 
lawns and cemeteries. The bowl in which flowers are 
planted is 16 inches inside diameter, and has a tube run- 
ning- down into the basin in which it sets. In this tube 
a sponge is placed which draws the water from the basin 
by capillary attraction. The handles are detachable, and 
the vases are sold either with or without the handles. The 
different parts are detachable, so vases can be taken down 
when desired to put away for the winter. Yases are 
painted any color desired, but the usual color is green or 
white. 



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Square Window Guards. 
Chauuel Frame. 




Guard for Store Window. 
Round Irou Frame. 




Round Top Window Guard. 
Round Iron Frame. 



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Iron Window Guards. 

We make several designs of Iron Guards 
for both doors and windows 



Flat Wire Guard 
For Bank or Store Window. 




Channel Iron Frame, for Window Guard. 




Round Iron Frame, for Window Guard. 



We make all kinds of window guards and any size mesh or wire and for all purposes Will 
quote you manufacturers' prices on receipt of specifications. 

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No. 4 — Office and Bank Railing' on Round Iron Frame. Also Used for Counter Guards. 




Wire trellises for all kinds of 
Vines and flowers any width or 
height, will last a life-time. By 
using the Up-To-Date Trellis 3 T ou 
do not have to tear 3 r onr vines 
down every year or two, besides 
the trellis is an ornament to any 
veranda or lawn. Price on appli- 
cation. 



Arch for Tines and Flowers. 
No. 38. 



Skylight Guard No. 40. 

We make tliem any size or shape and will 

quote low prices on receipt of 

specifications 




Counter or Showcase Guard. 
No. 3fi. 






Nursery Guard No. 35. 




No. 46. Wire Stalls. No. 45. 

Made of heavy crimped wire. Make a nice, neat stall ; 
is much cleaner, cooler and cheaper than wood, and will 
last a life-time. 



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Up-To-Date Floor Rails, Crestings, Etc 




Floor Bail ^'o. IS. 







Floor Rail 3fo. 20. 



Floor Rail ]So. 22. 





Steel Cresting Xo. 23. 



Steel Cresting ~So. 25. 



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Desk and Floor Eail Xo. 34. 



Ornamental Panel No. 16. 



The above illustrations show some of the different kinds of steel floor rails, Steel Crestings we manu- 
facture, and we will gladly quote net wholesale price on any of the above designs on receipt of measure- 
ments showing the amount wanted. Always state height desired. 

If there is any other designs you wish, send us sketch of what you want and we will quote you price. 
Several of the above designs make nice railing for verandas or partitions in offices and they are not very 
expensive. 

In writing for price, give number of the rail or cresting desired. 

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M Twist Panel No. 11, Scroll Edge. 



H Twist Panel No. 10. 





M Twist Panel 

No. 14 

Scroll Edge. 



Showing Pound Wire Work in Bank. No. 6. 



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Flat Panel No. 12, Square Mesli. 



Grills, Bank and Office Railing, we make so many different kinds that it would be almost 
impossible to illustrate them all, so we show a few T of the staple designs. Will be glad to quote 
price on application. 

An} T of the above panels can be made any size desired and finished in any color, Bronze, 
Flat Black or Oxidized. 



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Bank Wickets and Fire Escapes 





Wicket jVo. 29. 



Wicket IVo. 80. 



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Wicket IVo. 26. 



Wickets for Banks or Office. We make several different designs and our price is low, t 
quality considered. Price on request. 





Escape No. 5. 
Office Building. 



Escape >o. 6. 
Hotel. 



We make a number of different designs of fire escapes and will quote price on receipt of 
specifications. If in need of anything in this line write us. We can save 3^011 money. 

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Fire Escapes 





Escape Xo. 1. 
For School Houses. 



Escape JVo. 2. 
Opera House, 





Escape IVo. 3. 
Public Hall. 



Escape IVo. i. 
Manufacturing Plant. 



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ROTH'S LOCK SEAM 
ROOFING 



MULTI-V CRIMP 
ROOFING 




This roofing has been a great success from 
the clay the first sheets were made. The de- 
mand grows, as more of our customers give 
it a trial and find out its many good features. 

Made of the very best galvanized iron, 28 
gauge. Price given is per square, and mate- 
rial to cover 100 square feet. Weight 90 lbs. 
per square. 

Price, $3.75 per square, 26 gauge $4.25 per 
square. 




Costs but a trifle more, but is much better 
than Corrugated and ordinary V Crimp 
Roofings. The picture shows it all. two Vs 
lapped instead of one and no wood stix re- 
quired. 

Made of the very best galvanized iron 28 
gauge, easy to put on. The price given per 
square foot is material to cover 100 square 
feet, weight 80 lbs. per square. 

Price $3.35 per square, 26 gauge $3.65 per 
square. 



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Testimonials 



Up-to-Date Mfg. Co., Rochester, X. Y., May 1, 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

Gexts : — I am surprised at you how forgetful you are of your patrons I would like to 
have you take notice that I bought a fence of you in September. 1908, and I must say that 
the fence speaks for itself. It is just as you have represented it to be. It is a Xo. 1, and can 
not be beaten. In your letter you stated that maybe some one talked a cheaper fence to me — 
no cheap fence for my part. The one I got from you advertises itself and everybody admires 
it. 

I have friends and they intend to put up new fences, and I have advised them to get one 
Up-to-Dafe fence. That is the reason that I did send to you for a circular, as I did not hear 
from you I could not advise my friends that you were in existence. My fence is the only one 
of its kind in the city that I know of. I will say once more that the fence is all that you 
claim it to be, and that I am perfectly satisfied and that there is no comparison with it in this 
cit3 r of a population of 200,000. TVe have dealers here who sell fence, and it is surprising how 
they will talk. I did have the pleasure of shutting or making one man take back his words 
what he said. I asked him if he could duplicate the fence for what I paid for it, and as good 
a fence, and he had to shut up. 

I will say that you may look for orders in the future. I will not say when, but I will say 
this to you that the Up-to-Date fence demonstrates itself, and I will do all I can to help 
3 7 'ou. If any one wants any recommendation I will cheerfully answer them for you without 
any trouble or cost. I am, Eespectfully, 

H. G. Fox, S3 Caroline St. 



Spuing City, Pa., April 21, 1911. 

Dear Sirs : — Will you please send me a circular or catalog of your poultry netting for 
fence. I will want something heavier than the common wire fabric. Please answer as soon as 
possible. Do you have any netting just 4 feet in height with two-inch mesh. I got some fab- 
ric of you j^eople several years ago for my front fence along my house and lawn, and never 
have written you since I received it, and have had it erected. It is all O. K.. and everyone 
who sees it admires it very much. I was afraid of the wires snapping off when cold weather 
came, but there is not a broken wire in it yet, and I consider it well tested having withstood 
two or three of our cold winters. Yours respectfully, 

Litxie A. Smith. R. F. D.. Xo. 1. 



Up-to-Date Meg. Co., Hageustowx. Md.. Oct. 11, 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dear Sirs : — The fence we got a short time ago came all right. We put it up ourselves, 
and its a dandy. The concrete walk is about 18 inches high from the ground, and a low 
fence set on the edge, looks very nice, and we got it straight as a line and made a good job of 
it. Persons going by say it is very nice. Yours truly. 

John Lobe, Care Champion Box Co. 

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Up-to-Date Mfg. Co.. Iron Mountain, Mich., May 12, 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

Dear Sirs : — -The fence is now set up all O. K. : looks fine. Everybody seems to be pleased 

with it. Yours truly, 

A. T. Fant. 



Up-to-Date Mfg. Co., Custer, S. D., May 30. 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dear Sirs: — I must tell you our fence arrived safely, and is up all right, and we are 
getting more praises for having the nicest fence in Custer, which we know is true. We 
painted the posts and top railing black. Xo shortage, enough wire to make a walk gate on 
the alley side. Wishing you prosperity, 

Mrs. C. S. Johnston, Box 21. 



Up-to-date Mfg. Co., Clifton Mills, W. Ya., May 22, 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dear Sirs : — After so long a time we have the fence up — they finished putting it up to- 
day, and all think that the fence is all right. We all thank you for your nice donation, and 
hope that it will be the means of getting you other orders from this part of the country. I 
surely appreciate your kindness in helping me to get the fence. I surely think it will be a fine 
advertisement for you, as I dont think that there is any of your work in this country, and 
if my husband and I ever need any ornamental fencing we will not forget you. 

There are two cemeteries not far from here that needs fencing very bad. I do hope 
after they see this fence that they will send you you their order. So I will close with best 
wishes for your health and happiness, and I wish jou good success in your business. 

Kespectfully yours, 

Mrs. Mary Thornton. 



Up-to-Date Mfg. Co., Jacksonville, Fla., June 6, 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dear Sirs : — Wire received and quite satisfactory in every detail. Thanks ever so much 
for prompt shipment. 



Up-to-Date Mfg. Co., Wapakoneta, Ohio, June 17, 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dear Sirs : — Thought it might be that you would like to hear from me since I received 
your lawn fence. I put it up in May and found it to be as you represented in every respect, 
and I am well pleased with it. Have the strongest and neatest fence in the country. I would 
like you to send me prices on barb wire or catalog of field fencing, as I need some barb wire. 

Jas. Tippie. 



Up-to-Date Mfg. Co., Red Hook, X. Y., June 19, 1911. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dear Sirs : — I have received my fence in first-class order, and think it the finest made for 
the money. I am very much pleased with it, and will recommend you to my friends. 

Yours respectfully, ' 

J. P. Battenfeld. 

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