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October2007 

Volume # 35 
Issue # 145 



Beaver Dam Coal Co $10.00 

Taylor, KY /^hio^ountjC- 
:dkins # KY 185-B10'R-p bimetal 

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Scrip Talk 
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National Scrip Collectors Association 


I he National Scrip Collectors Association was officially organized on October 21, 
1972 in Fayetteville WV. The objectives and purposes of the organization are to promote the collec¬ 
tion of coal company scrip and related tokens, to cultivate good relations between collectors of scrip 
tokens, and to encourage the study and research of the history of coal mining companies as it relates 
to the usage of scrip tokens. 

In the late 1970’s the scope of the NCSA was broadened to include tokens from other indus¬ 
tries; including lumber, phosphate, hard rock, limestone, copper, gold & silver, brick & clay, cotton 
& textile, paper, iron & steel, agricultural, and others. 

The first issue of Scrip Talk was published in 1965, and it continues today as the official 
newsletter for members of the NSCA. It exists not only as a source of information for its members, 
but as a forum where they can share items of interest. Please feel free to submit or suggest articles 
for future publication. 



2007 NSCA Officers 


Steve Cawood • President 344 Tennessee Ave Pineville KY 40977 
John Podgursky • Vice-President 24 Hemlock Lane Ellysburg, PA 47112 
James Singleton • Vice-President PO Box 41 Hughston, WV 25110 
Corkey Snodgress • Vice-President 208 Bethel Rd Beckley, WV 25801 
Crawford Blakeman, Sr. • Treasurer PO Box 536 Middlesboro, KY 40965 
Kevin Traube • Secretary/Editor 1818 Harper Rd Beckley, WV 25801 


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President^^olumiJ 

I don't like to say, "I told you so," but for those of you who were not 
able to make it to the Fall Show in Cumberland Gap, you missed a good 
time! We had a great time, the largest number of members in attendance 
in many years (from California to North Carolina), a bunch of new scrip 
(including at least one entire new set), a great crowd of walk-in members 
of the public (including a whole bunch of new members), wonderful food, 
and great Bluegrass music. We hope everyone had a good time, and we 
would appreciate your constructive suggestions so that we can improve 
planning for our future meetings. 

A new development at the Gap was the return of our friend from the 
Golden State, Bill Fugara of California, who has agreed once again to serve 
as our New Finds Chairman. Bill will be coming forward with a new column 
and listings of new pieces, and I encourage you to send Bill your new foils, 
and/or accurate photographs. More to come on this. 

The Board meeting in Cumberland Gap selected Beckley, West Vir¬ 
ginia as the site for our Spring meeting, and we will be announcing dates 
and hotel information in future newsletters. Let's all get ready for wild, 
wonderful West Virginia in the Spring! 

STEVE CAWOOD 


Bart lie 11 Coal Mining Camp 

New member Richard Kroger operates 
this historic, restored mining town which 
operated as part of the Stearns Coal & 
Lumber Company. Visit the site at: 

www.barthellcoalcamp.com 




Delivery Dilemmas 

We don't have correct addresses for these members, who’s issues of Scrip Talk keep 
coming back. Please contact us by the information shown on page 2 if you can help. 

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Thank you for bidding. Hope you find something here that you need 

JACK CHAPMAN'S THIRTY-DAY SCRIP AUCTION 


Starting Date 10/15/07 _ Ending Date 11/15/07 


Lot# 

Scrip # 

Company and Town 

R rating 

Condition 

Min. bid 

ft 1 

KY 297-El00 

Big Jim Coal Co., Blanche, Ky 

R-9 

fine 

$45 00 

W 2 

KY 1089-F50 

By Product/ Elkhorn Coal Co., Garrett, Ky 

R-10 

very fine 

$75 00 

3 

KY 1635-C25 

Perkins-Harlan Coal Co., Liggett, Ky 

R-8 

very fine 

$30.00 

4 

KY 1897-H10 

Kenton Evans Coal Co., Middlesboro, Ky 

R-8 

good 

$30 00 

5 

KY 183-A5 

Warfield Coal Corporation, Beauty, Ky 

R-9 

fine 

$55.00 

6 

KY 2857-A5 

Mitchell-Willis Coal Co., Typo, Ky 

R-10 

very fine 

$75.00 


KY 151-B500 

Fordson Coal Co. (Banner Fork, KY) 

R-4 

very fine 

$40.00 

fe 

XY 151-BIO 

Fordson Coal Co. (Banner Fork, KY) 

R-7 

good 

$40.00 

(9 

XY 151-B5a 

Fordson Coal Co. (Banner Fork, KY) 

R-7 

good 

$30.00 

>01 

KY 151-Bla 

Fordson Coal Co. (Banner Fork, KY) 

R-4 

good 

$10.00 

11 

KY 1857-A1 

Fordson Coal Co. Pondcreek Stores (McVeigh, KY) 

R-8 

good 

$30.00 

12 

KY 1835-F10 

Alma By-Product Coal Co. (McCarr, KY) 

R-8 

good 

$15.00 

13 

KY 1835-D1 

New Alma Coal Company, McCarr, Ky 

R-7 

fine 

$15.00 

14 

KY 2223-C100 

Dalton Stores, Inc., Pikeville, Ky 

R-7 

fine 

$15.00 

15 

KY 475-BIO 

Kentucky Eagle Coal Co., Carbon Glow, Ky 

R-8 

fine 

$45.00 

16 

KY 475-B5 

Kentucky Eagle Coal Co., Carbon Glow, Ky 

R-8 

fine 

$45.00 

17 

KY 185-BIO.00 

Beaver Dam Coal Co. Store/ Taylor (Beaver Dam,KY)(Bi-Metal) 

R-8 

fine 

$55.00 

18 

KY 2285-A25 

High-View Mining Co., Inc., Prentiss, Ky 

R-9 

fine 

$55.00 

19 

KY 1851-C5a 

McHenry Coal Co., McHenry, Ky 

R-10 

fine 

$75.00 

20 

KY 2267-B5 

Greenville Coal Co., Powderly, Ky 

R-9 

good 

$55.00 

21 

KY 2677-H10 

Eastern Coal Corporation, Stone, Ky 

R-4 

good 

$5.00 

22 

KY 2677-H5 

Eastern Coal Corporation, Stone, Ky 

R-3 

good 

$5.00 


KY 2185-A100 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Path Fork, Ky 

R-7 

good 

$15.00 

241 

KY 2185-A50 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Path Fork, Ky 

R-6 

good 

$10.00 

~2$ 

KY 2185-A25 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Path Fork, Ky 

R-5 

good 

$10.00 

) 26 

KY 2185-A10 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Path Fork, Ky 

R-5 

good 

$10.00 


KY 2185-A5 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Path Fork, Ky 

R-3 

good 

$5.00 

28 

KY 2185-A1 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Path Fork, Ky 

R-6 

good 

$10.00 

29 

KY Merchant 250 

McReynolds Bros., Quality, Ky 

U/L 

good 

$20.00 

30 

KY Merchant 1.00 

F.T. Burke, Junction City, Ky 

U/L 

good 

$20.00 

31 

KY Merchant 1.00 

M S. Qualls & Co. (Olive Hill, KY) 

U/L 

good 

$20.00 

32 

KY Merchant 250 

M.S. Qualls & Co. (Olive Hill, KY) 

U/L 

good 

$20.00 

33 

KY Merchant 1.00 

Otto Atherton, Livermore, Ky 

U/L 

good 

$15.00 

34 

KY Merchant 100 

Otto Atherton, Livermore, Ky 

U/L 

good 

$10.00 

35 

KY 525-B500 

Felker Brothers (Charleston, KY) 

R-8 

fine 

$20.00 

36 

KY 525-B100 

Felker Brothers (Charleston, KY) 

R-6 

fine 

$10.00 

37 

KY 525-B25 

Felker Brothers (Charleston, KY) 

R-6 

fine 

$10.00 

38 

KY 525-B5 

Felker Brothers (Charleston, KY) 

R-6 

fine 

$10.00 


KY 1169-B5 

Wilson-Berger Coal Co., Grays Knob, Ky 

R-8 

good 

$15.00 

40 

KY 2999-A5 

Inland Steel Company, Wheelwright, Ky 

R-7 

good 

$15.00 

41 

KY 841-15 

Ernest Turner, Drift, Ky 

R-7 

good 

$10.00 

42 

KY 841-K10 

E.S. Myers, Drift, Ky 

R-6 

fine 

$10.00 


KY 1535-BIO 

Clover Fork Coal Co., Kitts, Ky 

R-5 

fine 

$6.00 

44 

KY 2281-B100 

Premium Coals, Inc. Premium, Ky 

R-6 

fine 

$10.00 

45 

KY 2281-D1 

Premium Coals, Inc. Premium, Ky 

R-8 

fine 

$15.00 



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JACK CHAPMAN'S THIRTY-DAY SCRIP AUCTION 

Starting Date 10/15/07 

Ending Date 11/15/07 

Lot # 

Scrip # 

Company and Town 

R rating 

Condition 

Min. bid 


|KY 335-B100 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Bonnyman, Ky 

R-6 

fine 

$15 00 M 

"7 

_ 

KY 609-A100a 

Mary Helen Coal Corp., Coalgood, Ky 

R-5 

fine 

$15 00 ™ 

—£ 

KY 609-A10 

Mary Helen Coal Corp., Coalgood, Ky 

R-8 

fine 

$15 00 


KY 609-B5 

Mary Helen Coal Corp., Coalgood, Ky 

R-4 

fine 

$10.00 

50 

PA 369-A100 

Kiskiminetas Supply Co., Brenizer, Pa 

R-5 

very good 

$10.00 

51 

PA 1913-D100 

Kiskiminetas Supply Co., Millwood, Pa 

R-4 

very good 

$10.00 

52 

PA 2505-A100 

Kiskiminetas Supply Co., Saltsburg, Pa 

R-8 

mint 

$20 00 

53 

TN Merchant 5.00 

Leland Smith, Churchton, Tenn 

U/L 

mint 

$15.00 


TN 859-C500 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Eagan, Tenn 

R-8 

good 

$20.00 

5 j 

TN 2979-BIOOb 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Westbourne, Tenn 

R-7 

good 

$15.00 


TN 2979-BIOa 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Westbourne, Tenn 

R-6 

good 

$10.00 

hi 

TN 2979-B5a 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Westbourne, Tenn 

R-6 

good 

$10.00 

59 

fYN 2475-A100 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Royal Blue, Tenn 

R-7 

fine 

$15.00 

59- 

TN 2475-A50 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Royal Blue, Tenn 

R-7 

fine 

$15.00 

60 

TN 2475-B25 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Royal Blue, Tenn 

R-7 

fine 

$15.00 

pi 

TN 2475-A10 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Royal Blue, Tenn 

R-6 

fine 

$10.00 

CM 

CO 

TN 2475-A5 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Royal Blue, Tenn 

R-6 

fine 

$10.00 

63 

WV 899-C25 

Houston Coal & Coke Co., Elkhorn, W. Va. 

R-7 

fine 

$20.00 

64 

WV 1559-AIOb 

Empire Coal & Coke Co. (Landgraff, WV) 

R-7 

good 

$15.00 

65 

WV 1341-A10 

Island Creek Stores, Holden, W. Va. 

R-7 

good 

$20.00 

66 

WV 967-C10 

Cleveland Cliffs Iron Co. (Ethel, WV) 

R-9 

good 

$25.00 

67 

WV 259-A5 

Big Creek Store Co., Big Creek, W. Va. 

R-9 

very good 

$25.00 

68 

WV 165-C100 

Pond Creek Pocahontas Co. (Bartley, WV) 

R-8 

fine 

$25.00 

69 

WV Exploder P24a 

Pond Creek Pocahontas No. 1 (Bartley, WV) one stick powder 

D 

fine 

$20.00 

70 

WV Exploder P25a 

Pond Creek Pocahontas No. 3 (Bartley, WV)one stick powder 

E 

fine 

$25.00^ 

71 

WV Exploder P26a 

Pond Creek Pocahontas No. 4 (Bartley, WV)one stick powder 

E 

fine 

$25.00^ 

72 

VA Exploder J29 

Jewell Ridge Coal Corp. (Jewell Valley, VA) 5 Powder 

E 

fine 

$15.00 

73 

VA Exploder J32 

Jewell Ridge Coal Corp. (Jewell Valley, VA) 3 Squibs 

E 

fine 

$15.00 

74 

VA 1118-15 

Peerless Coal Corporation, Glamorgan, Va 

R-9 

fine 

$25.00 

75 

VA 1887-B5 

Merrimac Anthracite Coal Corporation (Merrimac Mines, VA) 

R-10 

very fine 

$50.00 

76 

VA 2255-R50 

PCC Co., Inc. Pocahontas Colliery (Pocahontas, VA) 

R-10 

very good 

$75.00 

77 

VA 2255-R10 

PCC Co., Inc. Pocahontas Colliery (Pocahontas, VA) 

R-10 

good 

$50.00 

78 

VA 2807-B25 

Clinchfield Coal Corporation (Toms Creek, VA) 

R-10 

good 

$75.00 


VA 2807-G500 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Toms Creek, Va 

R-6 

very good 

$15.00 

8$ 

VA 2807-D100 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Toms Creek, Va 

R-7 

good 

$15.00 


VA 2807-D50 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Toms Creek, Va 

R-5 

good 

$5.00 


VA 2807-D25 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Toms Creek, Va 

R-4 

good 

$5.00 


VA 333-C10 

Blue Diamond Coal Co., Bonny Blue, Va 

R-4 

good 

$5.00 

T 

VA 2495-V500 

The Virginia-Lee Company, St. Charles, Va 

R-7 

very good 

$15.00 


VA 2495-V50 

The Virginia-Lee Company, St. Charles, Va 

R-4 

very good 

$5.00 

86 

AL 1116-B500 

Davidson Coal Co., Gintown, Ala. 

R-10 

very good 

$50.00 

87 

AL 1116-A100 

Davidson Coal Co., Gintown, Ala. 

R-10 

very good 

$50.00 

88 

AL 2427-A5 

Davis Creek Coal & Coke (Rockcastle, AL) 

R-9 

very good 

$30.00 

89 

Ml Merchant 1.00 

Peterman Stores Co. (Mohawk, Ml) Ingle 1914 

U/L 

fine 

$10.00 

90 

Ml Merchant 100 

Peterman Stores Co. (Mohawk, Ml) Ingle 1914 

U/L 

very good 

$5.00 


Send bids to Jack Chapman, 166 Chapman Rd., Shady Springs, WV 25918 (304) 763-5048 


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ALL COAL & LUMBER SCRIP 


WEST VIRGINIA MERCHANTS 

TOKENS 

CIVIL WAR TOKENS 
POCKET WATCHES 
WAR RELICS 
U.S. COINS & CURRENCY 


Doug Bumgardner - A.N.A #50786 

Kanawha Coin Shop 
712 Brawley Walkway 
Charleston, WV 25301 

Phone: (304) 342-808! fax: (304) 342-9401 

V/eb: www.kanawhacoin.com 
E-Mail: kcs@charterinternet.com 










Music 

of Coal 



Mining Songs from 
the Appalachian Coalfields 



The Lonesome Pine Office on Youth, in Big Stone Stone Gap, Vir¬ 
ginia, has released a two-CD set "Music of Coal: Mining Songs from the 
Appalachian Coalfields." Two years in the making, the set contains 48 
songs addressing various aspects of coal mining history and culture, in¬ 
cluding black lung, union organizing, environmental impacts and the con¬ 
tribution of coal to the national economy. The CDs are accompanied by a 
richly detailed book of liner notes with striking historical photographs. 

"This has been a collaborative effort involving many people in the 
Wise County area and noted experts across the country," said Paul Kuc- 
zko, director of the LPOY. "We've assembled more than two hours of 
music that truly gives the flavor of our coal mining heritage." 

According to Jack Wright, who produced the CDs and wrote the liner notes, the musical col¬ 
lection is a "hybrid" of old and new songs—some previously recorded, others produced specifically for 
this project. "We chose some songs that came out previously on independent labels and may not have 
been well known, but are vital in telling original stories from the heart of the coalfields. We have well 
established artists represented, like Ralph Stanley, Dwight Yoakum, Natalie Merchant, Tom T. Hall, 
Blue Highway & the Carter Family." 

For Wright, the Music of Coal project was a chance to delve more deeply into the history of 
his native region and to discover archival photographs and recordings that had been "lost" or over¬ 
looked. For example, he became interested in the work of John "Ed" Sturgill, a well known musician 
around the town of Appalachia who died in 1965. Wright tracked down Sturgill's daughter, Sally Stur¬ 
gill Gibson, who sent him a post card of her father playing his banjo in the outdoor drama "Trail of the 
Lonesome Pine." He also learned that Ed Sturgill had sent a tape of his original music to famed folklor¬ 
ist Alan Lomax. The tape eventually ended up at the Lomax archive, which made shared it with Wright. 

“It was a thrill for me to be able to give her a copy of her dad's music. She had no idea that 
the tape existed and got to hear her father's voice and music forty years after he'd passed away. 
That was one of the many joys of producing this project," Wright said. 

The CD set and book can be purchased for $35 at the Lonesome Pine Office on Youth at 219 
Wood Ave E, Big Stone Gap, VA 24219. It may also be ordered through the website www.lpoy.org or by 
calling the office at 276-523-5064 ext. 10. 


Submitted by NSC A member Charles Perry 


Appalachian Scrip & Token Show 

The Appalachian Scrip & Token Buy ; Sell , & Trade Show will be at Perry Me¬ 
morial United Methodist Church in Shady Spring, WV, on Saturday, October 27; 
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring a friend—everyone is welcome! 


. . .... 

IKO-TAMS Token & Medal Show 

! The Indiana-Kentucky-Ohio Token & Medal Society will hold it's 30th annual 
show at the county fairgrounds in Wapakoneta, Ohio on October 12 & 13. For 
more info contact Dale Wilges at 419/657-2331 ortokenguy@ohiolink.net. 




























Edkins Catalogue of United States Coal Company Scrip 

Volume 1, Third Edition 

This 380 page hardcover book lists almost 9000 pieces of scrip. Information includes the company that issued 
the piece, denominations issued in the series, material the piece is composed of, diameter, shape, visual representa¬ 
tion of any cut-out in the piece, and a rarity rating that gives a suggested value. 

Issued by the NSCA , this is the recognized guide for collecting and valuing scrip. Volume 1 lists scrip from 36 
states, not including West Virginia which is the subject of Volume 2. This is the latest edition and also includes a 
wealth of information about the history of scrip. Sections include: Early Coal History; Scrip Heritage; How Scrip 
was Used; Fakes; and a look at the makers of scrip. MEMBER COST: $35 + $4 shipping 






Edkins Catalogue of United States Coal Company Scrip 

Volume 2, Third Edition 

This 370 page hardcover book lists over 7,400 pieces of West Virginia coal mine scrip. Information includes the 
company that issued the piece, denominations issued in the series, material the piece is composed of, diameter, 
shape, visual representation of any cut-out in the piece, and a rarity rating that gives a suggested value. The defini¬ 
tive guide to West Virginia scrip. 

Issued by the W5C4, this is the latest edition. Volume 2 lists scrip from West Virginia. This is the current edition 
and includes a wealth of information about the history and use of scrip, as well as the actual listings of individual 
pieces. MEMBER COST: $40 + $4 shipping 


EXPLOSIVE CONTROL TOKENS 

This extensively illustrated volume is the most thorough study of exploder tokens ever written. Contents in¬ 
clude: Metals & Compositions, Sizes & Shapes, Valuations, Manufacturers, Counterfeits, Re-strikes, a cross refer¬ 
ence to the Edkins catalogues, and more. A fascinating glimpse at the history of a variety of coal mine operations, 
in addition to its specific focus on exploders. 140 pages, hard cover. MEMBER COST: $25 + $4 shipping 

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CATALOGUE OF LUMBER COMPANY STORE TOKENS 

This book is very similar to the Edkins coal scrip books that are the standard for valuing and collecting coal 
company scrip; but this 575 page hardcover book is dedicated completely to listing the thousands of styles of lum¬ 
ber scrip issued in the past by logging and lumber companies in all 50 states, including maverick listings. Pub¬ 
lished by the NSCA. 

Not only is the value and complete description of each denomination of scrip individually listed, but many com¬ 
panies have a short paragraph about their history of operation, the facilities they owned, or the amount of track laid 
by the company. A wealth of information for the lumber token collector. MEMBER COST: $40 + $4 shipping 

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TOP DOLLARS PAID FOR CARBIDE CAP LAMPS, oil wick/lard lamps, blasting cap tins, scatter tags, 
carbide lamp parts and other small mining artifacts that I may need in my collection. Contact Larry 
Click, 703-241-3748 or email LarryClick@msn.com. — —~ 

iu.s.s. ABRAHAM LINCOLN CVN-72 NAVY SHIP VENDING MACHINE TOKENS. 4 different 
for $6.00 + SASE. Joe Raffo Newark, NJ 1930's G/F 5$ Drink Bar Token $30.00 + SASE. 1930's 
V.V.F.A. Elizabeth, NJ token $20.00 + SASE. Optional Insurance (recommended) is an additional 


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WANT YOUR NORTH CAROLINA TOKENS. I love Ingle System Tokens A will identify for you. 
Cash or I have nice coal traders. Bob King, 709 Cardinal Drive, Brevard, NC 28712 phone 828- 
883-8028 t ukemiddic t ©d t cuni.rie l-—-- 

WANTED: MARYLAND MASONIC CHAPTER "PENNIES". Price and describe in 1 st letter. J.M. 
Boswe ll , P .O. Box 428, Gambr ill s, MB 21054-0428 * - 

WANTED - ANY COAL SCRIP FROM MUHLENBERG COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Reese Kinney - 
270-338-2291 or reeskinney@bellsouth.net + 

COLLECTING PRE 1900 AND PRE 1921 DOG TAX LICENSE TAGS. I pay top dollar for those I 
need. Diane Bandy 412-635-9439 Pittsburgh, PA www.doglicense.org Check out my website for 


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WANTED - ADVERTISING WATCH FOBS - one or whole collection. I pay the most for fobs I 
need. Also, exploder tokens, sticks or powder wanted. Send photocopy of front and back to Dan 
Weber, P.O. Box 992, Greensburg, PA 15601-0992, email art4safe@comcast.net or 724- 
552-2366 day or evening + 

WANTED: KY 207-A50 or A100 Bell - Jellico Coal Co. Charles Miller, 200© - 900N, Wawaka, 
I N 46 7 94 2 60-502- 7 009 


WANTED: WEST VIRGINIA MERCHANT TRADE TOKENS, Lumber Tokens, and Greenbrier 
County Coal Scrip. Send Description and price wanted. Donald Clifford, P.O. Box 65, St. Albans, 
WV 25177 c l ff635@ao t .cofn + 


COAL TOKENS FOR SALE: KY, WVa, VA, ALA, TN; also lumber and dynamite and scatter tags: 
Ge n e Mi ll e r' , 3306 S t ar t a n C t ., Louisvil l e, KY 402 ~ 20 - 

WANTED: ANYTHING FROM CRAB ORCHARD, WV - 683 A Series. Describe and send price to: 
EvererrSTurgill, p.a: B<5X“282, Wclccrrvillc, IN 46795 + 

WANTED: MONONGALTATSTPRES TON County, WV, Scrip." Richard Harner 304/694-4858: 

FLORIDA TOKENS WANTED - Florida tokens OF all types wanted. Send 58$ stamp for free 
sample of Florida Token Society's newsletter, TOKENEWS and request free Florida token. Check 
out the Florida Token Society web site: http://www.steve.ratliff.com/fts/- you can join and pay 
dues on-line! I have tokens for sale at www.stevestokens.com. Steve Ratliff, 1717 Saint Marys 


Bay Drive, Mifturr; 


Steve@Ratliff. 


WANTED: 50$ AND $1.00 TOKENS FROM YUKON POCAHONTAS COAL CO^PAUy, McDowell 

County WV or anything paper related to the same company. Also wanted, old black and white 
postacards or photographs from Yukon, West Virginia, Ryan Haulsee, P.O. Box 161, Hiwassee,