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The Spy Glass from Arkansas City, Kansas • 24

The Spy Glass from Arkansas City, Kansas • 24

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Arkansas City, Kansas
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THE SPY GLASS. 42 their collection? This at least has been my conclusion, and few pages of my album are more beautiful and interesting thah those devoted to these stamps, It my also be said os them as of the envelopes, that their great variety which forms so great an obstacle in getting a complete set is the best guarantee of success in finding at least some of considerable rarity. Anyone will as I have done certainly stumble on some of the playing-card denominations, or acquire a few at least of the imperforate set and thus add to his collection, stamps of considerable value, and I may well end these reflections by some advice of which I am sure the future will show the wisdom; it is this: Despise no U. S. stamp, be it postal, revenue, local or otherwise; for as sure as the past can teach us anything with regard to these issues, it indicates that all of them will have augmented values with ever year that takes its flight.

Indian relics, mound relics, war relics of all kinds in exchange for one 32-calibre revolver, Marlin. Minerals and many other articles too numerous to mention. KosENiiURO, Meade, Kan. A fine collection of coins for 8 worth of sets or Coues Key, last edition, also Coleo-ptera for anything relating to Ornithology. Paul Van Kiper, Niles, Mich.

Minerals, shells Fossils and Indian relics. Have for exchange, same, and all kinds of books, paper, board and cloth bindings; or pay cash for desirable specimens. -Geo. W. Dixon, Watertown, Col.

Philatelic papers, to exchange" for eggs. Send list of papers you wish, and list of eggs you have to exchange. Herbert N. Buobee, Fitchburg, Mass. Exchange.

Will exchange collection of 990 different.mostly foreign postage stamps for fossils. Send for list. F. Bank, 5 West 4th St. Cincinnati, 0.

To Exchange. An International 'album and good collection of stamps, value for United States stamps or Indian 1 1.1. TT T- EXCHANGE COLUMN. i hi ics, rAM ueij n. jiobbe, iseuvme, Wayne county.

Mich. ROY F. GREENE, Arkansas City. Kansas. Books, mineral specimens, fossils, stamps, war relics, Indian relics, to exchange for Arrow-Heads from every state in the Union.

Two wanted from each state. To Exchange. Wood's Natural History. On the Sea Shore. Almond Tree, Young Folk's History of France, and hand bracket saw, for bird's eggs.

James E. Mal-lory, Baldwin, Kan. 150 Cocoons of Attacus Cecropia to exchange for minerals and Indian relics. E. A.

Locke, Box 152, Whitman, Mass. White Pelican skin and South American bird's eggs for exchange. No postals. Address, W. Mokgan Martin, M.

D. No. 309 Ninth street, Wellington, Kan. Spiders 1 wish to obtain American spiders, and will exchange or name and return duplicate species. Nathan Banks, Sea Cliff, Queen's county, Y.

Lepidoptera of Montana exchanged for other desirable species. Cilvs. A.Wiley, Miles City, Mont. Geo. W.

Racey, Baker, Kan. 1,000 fine cabinet specimens, and Dana's Manual of Mineralogy and Petrography, new for exchange for Indian relics, and sea shells. Send list and receive mine. I will give 160 varities fine foreign stamps for every 800 U.S. adhesives, postage, or revenue stamps sent me.

Harry H. Clements, Milton, N. H. Harry II. Derr, Box 23G, Arkansas City, Kansas.

A genuine Indian Tomahawk (iron) with guarantee of genuineness, for four cloth bound books by Alger, Optic or Castlemon. II. W. Williamson, New Galillee, Pa. Stone arrow and spear heads, pipes, etc.

minerals, fossils and war relics for same. Nellie M. P. Gardner, Baltic, Conn- U. s.

internal revenue stamps (2, 4, 5 and 10 cent) to exchange for shells, minerals, coral petrified and agatized wood, agates, etc. Mrs. C. E. Norris, Box 224, Epping, N.

Coins and cards for stamps. Philatelic papers published from 1885 to 1891. Petrified wood and other Oregon curiosities to exchange for stamps, Indian relics, minerals or curiosities. CLar-knce F. Case, Salem, Oregon.

A Young America printing press, hand inker 4x( cost $15 and good as new. com plete with one roller, pack of cards one chase, furniture and ink, and four founts of new type with a five case cabinet, for best offer in stamps or cash. Outfit well worth $25. Beeciier Ogden, 549 Lexington avenue, Brooklyn. Books, maps, specimens, portraits, and stamps to exchange for old coins or stamps.

Southern California Stamp Box 226, Santa Ana, Cal..

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