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 April 2003 issue:

BOOK FOR SALE: The Lincoln County History Book produced by the Lincoln County Historical Society has just been released. This history book contains the history of Lincoln County, dating back to 1780. Other subjects contained in the book are family histories, churches, schools, cemeteries, businesses, and civic clubs. The book is priced at $63. Kentucky residence add $3.78 sales tax. Add $6 for mailing. Mail check or money order payable to: Lincoln County Historical Society, Inc., P. O. Box 570, Stanford, KY 40484. This book is a limited-edition, and we only have a few copies left.


AMERICA'S BIBLICAL PROPHECY: For free written report, contact: Keith Fee, 2475 Black Diamond Road, Corbin, KY 40701; 606/526-6068; or
keithfee@hotmail.com


BOOK FOR SALE: Governor James Garrard by H. E. Everman. This 115-page soft-cover biography of Kentucky's second governor (1796-1804) includes pictures, index, and footnotes. It covers his political, religious, and economic ac-hievements. $10 includes postage. Send checks to: H. E. Everman, 113 Redwood Drive, Richmond, KY 40475.


WANTED: Ten-cup carafes wanted for GE and Black and Decker coffee makers. Will pay well. Contact: Ellsworth Mason, 859/266-2340.


JUST RELEASED: Soup Beans and Cornbread, a collection of true stories of a young boy growing up in the coal mining community of Auxier, Kentucky. Cost is $20, plus $4 S/H. Order from: Bobby Wells, Hager Shoals Publishing Company, P. O. Box 171, Auxier, KY 41653-0171.


WANTED: Postcards and souvenir china of these Kentucky towns: Bloomfield, Chaplin, Fairfield, and Valley Hill. Contact: John L. Dennis, 2020 Boulevard Napoleon, Louisville, KY 40205; or jld2020ky@aol.com


WANTED TO BUY: Back issues of The Kentucky Explorer, 1986-2000; or any county journals dealing with genealogy. Contact: Rena Bresser, 1316 N. Prospect Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903; 719/630-1569; or Tbres24@aol.com


GOSPEL MUSIC FANS: Gospel Music Profiles magazine brings you personal interviews with national and regional gospel music artists. A one-year subscription is $12. Contact: Gospel Music Profiles, P. O. Box 850, Nicholasville, KY 40340; or
www.gospelmusicprofiles.com


BOOK FOR SALE: The Five Lives of the Kentucky River is a book that tells the story of how the Kentucky River shaped the lives of the people living by her waters. The story begins with her use by Native Americans and follows through to the present-day controversy over the use of her water and the restoration of the locks and dams. Written by Bill Grier. Hardback with many pictures. Cost: $30, plus $3.50 S/H. Send to: The Jesse Stuart Foundation, P. O. Box 669, Ashland, KY 41105; or 606/326-1667.


PRINTS AVAILABLE: Prints now available by Jenkins, Kentucky, artist, Kedrick Sanders. Scenes from the towns built by Consolidation Coal, as they were one-half a century ago. Old Jenkins School was one of the first buildings built in Jenkins, Kentucky, in 1912. It is now being restored to its former glory to be utilized by future generations. Consolidation Coal Camp at Dunham, Kentucky, depicts the company store, church, company houses, coal preparation plant, and railyard and coal gons. McRoberts, Kentucky, a scene from the boulevard shows the church, recreation building, meat market, company store, union hall, filling station, and WWII monument. Prints (12" X 16") are professionally printed. Send only $30 for one print. Save S/H when you order any two for $55, or any three for $75. Send for free brochure: Kedrick Sanders, 245 Forest Hill Circle, Jenkins, KY 41537.


MOUNTAIN RECIPE COLLECTION: A unique cookbook that keeps its value through the years. 318 pages with over 500 traditional, as well as modern recipes handed down through generations of wonderful Appalachian cooks. Everything from dandelion wine to Kentucky stack cake to homemade soap (hot and cold), along with eight pen-and-ink sketches and stories depicting our cultural heritage. Hardback with spiral binding and heavy paper stock make this book very durable. Not only are the recipes great, it is very interesting to read and a real treasure for the collector. Contains ten different gingerbread recipes. $20, including tax and handling. Contact: Ison Collectables, Inc., P. O. Box 1414, Hazard, KY 41702.



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