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 December 2004/January 2005 issue:

THE MEMORY CREATORS: Let us transfer your slides, photographs, or 8mm movie reels to videotape or DVD. Price includes a $15.95 set-up fee and a high-quality videotape. Slides: $1, photographs: $1; movies: $5 per 50-foot reel. Contact: Bill or Mary Turner, 111 Hiawatha Trail #2, Georgetown, KY 40324; or call: 502/570-9799.

WE'LL VIDEOTAPE WEDDINGS, REUNIONS, EVENTS: Bill and Mary Turner, Turner Video, Georgetown, Kentucky, videotape weddings, reunions, birthdays, and many other events. We travel and offer quality services. Contact: 502/570-9799; or Turner Video, 111 Hiawatha Trail #2, Georgetown, KY 40324. Rates and prices depend on the event and mileage.

BOOK FOR SALE: Excerpts From The Check Board is 148 pages of pictures and information about the Jenkins, Kentucky, area, from 1945 to 1952. It was taken from Consolidation Coal Company's magazine printed during that era. Heavy, glossy paper. Price: $18. Proceeds will go toward renovation of the C. V. Snapp Memorial Auditorium. Order from: Old Jenkins School Renovation Committee, P. O. Box 870, Jenkins, KY 41537; or contact: Betty Hunsaker, 606/832-4400.

The Caudills: An Etymological and Ethnological Study by Lochlainn Seabrook (a Kentucky Caudill descendant). In-depth exploration of the origins and meaning of the surname and original nationality of the Caudills of Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, etc. Includes a 89-page Caudill family tree; maps to Cawdor Castle, Scotland; and much more. Self-published, 158 pages, and spiral bound. Cost: $39.95, within US. Many copies sold worldwide. For more information, or to order (send check, money order, or credit card information), contact: Lochlainn Seabrook, 14218 Ambiance Way, Franklin, TN 37067; or
[email protected]

TREASURE RESEARCH AND RECOVERY: Need help locating buried treasure? We work on share basis. Must be reasonably sure object exists. Contact: Glenn Bishop, 1612 Powell Street, Henderson, KY 42420, [email protected]; or Robert T. Burden, P. O. Box 49, Mount Olivet, KY 41064,
[email protected]

INDIAN RELICS: Authentic-BC, Civil War relics and newspapers, all guaranteed old. Send only $1 for a large catalog. Contact: Indian Shop, P. O. Box 246, Independence, KY 41051.

JESSE STUART FOUNDATION: Special offer: W-Hollow Kitchen Adventure Cookbook compiled by Glennis Stuart Liles and Helen Schultz, $17, plus $6.50 S/H (Kentucky residents only, add 6% sales tax). Over 900 down-home recipes from the hills and hollows of Kentucky. Contact the Foundation at: 606/326-1667; or P. O. Box 669, Ashland, KY 41105.

The Explorer contains pages of classifeds each month.