Things For Sale

Other popular features found in our magazine each month pertain to items that our readers have for sale. These generally appear in our Kentucky Explorer Classified Ads and Kentucky Explorer Book Page, but occasionally are found in Letters To The Editor or other pages, too.

Here are a few things for sale by readers from our July/August 2002 issue:

From "Kentucky Explorer Book Page"

Veteran's Book
The Livingston County Veterans' Book, compiled by the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 217, Burna, Kentucky, 42028; is now available. Veterans from the Revolutionary War to the present. Four-thousand names, with birth; death; branch; rank; if living or dead; and if dead, name of cemetery, if known. Three-hundred pages, with pictures of things of interest. $25, plus $3 S/H. Send check or money order to: Katie Phillips, P. O. Box 74, Burna, KY 42028.

Life Of David Burns
Quests, the autobiography of David Burns, is now available. It tells of his book-obsessed childhood during the Depression in a small town in Kentucky. He ran away from home on his 15th birthday. It tells of the many adventures in his life. This paperback book has 183 pages and is priced at $12.95. Book is available on the Internet at: and

A Simple Life
A Simple Way of Life, by Virginia M. Williams, is an inspiring How-To-Guide to help achieve success through honesty, hard work, and commitment. This 1-2-3 system of being a success without education, training, or money will guide you toward a better way of life through common sense approaches that have been proven successful through personal experiences. This book will give you the extra insight you need for a better future. Books will be personally and individually autographed by the author. Send cash or money order for $8.95 to: V. M. Williams, General Delivery, Hardburly, KY 41747.

Confederate Soldiers Of Kentucky
Confederate Soldiers of Kentucky, A Roster of the Veterans, 1861-1865 by Stephen Douglas Lynn is now available. This book is an alphabetical listing of over 40,000 soldiers who served in Kentucky Confederate units during the Civil War. It also includes those Kentuckians who served in the First Confederate Cavalry, Sixth Battalion Confederate Cavalry, Seventh Battalion Confederate Cavalry, and Lieutenant Bennett H. Young's Company of Retributors. This book contains thousands of names not included in the Adjutant General's Report. The hardcover book has a total of 400 pages and is priced at $35.80, which includes shipping and Kentucky sales tax. To order, contact: Steve Lynn, 713 Pinnacle Court, Lexington, KY 40515-6311; 859/272-8692;
[email protected]; or


From "Kentucky Explorer Classified Ads"


ATTENTION ANTIQUE LOVERS: Come visit the newest "old" store in Kentucky. Trade-water Station Antiques is located on the square in historic Dawson Springs, Kentucky, just minutes from the Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park. Conveniently located on the Western Kentucky Parkway, and very near the Pennyrile Parkway, we are very easy to find. Mention The Kentucky Explorer and receive 10% off anything in the store. Contact: 270/797-8611; or [email protected]

ATTENTION: Do you know where Bearwallow Road is? The one in Madison County, we mean. Get your own copy of Bearwallow Road: A Kentucky Childhood by Ramona Layne Stylos, and stop borrowing your neighbor's. The 41 chapters will make you laugh and maybe even cry. It will remind you of things you had forgotten. To order, send check for $12.95, plus $2 S/H to: Bellbird Books, 117 Wilson Drive, Brevard, NC 28712.

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