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 2005 issue:
SONGBOOK: Old songs, hymns, and poems from Grandmother's scrapbook.
Contains words to: Barbara Allen, The Black Sheep, Two Little
Orphans, Blind Child, Put My Little Shoes Away, Letter Edged
in Black, Baggage Coach Ahead, Rosewood Casket, Drunkard's Dream,
and 41 others. Words only, no music. $4, postpaid. Contact: Mrs.
A. W. Fry, RR 2, Box 380-A1, Wewoka, OK 74884;
LISTEN TO OLD FAVORITES: Mother's Bible and May I Sleep In
Your Barn Tonight, Mister? Sung and played on a Martin D-18
guitar by the late A. W. Fry. Also ten instrumentals: East Virginia
Blue No. 2, Fate of Jerry Lee, End of the World, Red River Valley,
Wildwood Flower, Going Down the Road Feeling Bad, Panhandle Shuffle,
Take Me Back, Under the Wings of the Double Eagle, and Good Night
Waltz. A. W. Fry was a descendant of the Frys and Ratliffs of
Pike County, Kentucky. Specify CD or cassette. $8, postpaid.
Contact: Bill Fry, RR 2, Box 380-2, Wewoka, OK 74884;
FOR SALE: Very rare and unusual, collectiable, vintage, glass urinals. All in excellent condition. No cracks or chips. The cost is $15. If interested, please contact: Billy Boyd, 107 Private Road, Gilmer, TX 75645.
TOBACCO TIN TAGS: I am interested in buying or trading tobacco tin tags. Contact: Jeff Williams, P. O. Box 100, Ger-mantown, KY 41044; 606/728-9020; email@example.com
BOOK FOR SALE: Ancient Kentucke Inscriptions/Prince Madoc Fact or Fiction is the result of 18 years of research by the Ancient Kentucke Historical Association and provides five proofs that the Ancient Brits were here in the sixth century. Send $25 (includes postage) to: Jim Michael, 1324 Garden Hill Place, Louisville, KY 40245.
NEW KENTUCKY CIVIL WAR BOOK FOR SALE: The Terrible Time, The Civil War in Bell, Knox, Laurel, and Whitley Counties. Whether you are a student, genealogist, history buff, or Civil War re-enactor this book is very informative and interesting. To order, contact: Wayne Taylor, 606/526-7842; or www.lulu.com
PICTORIAL HISTORY BOOKS FOR SALE: Breckinridge II, Meade, Hart, and Hancock counties are available. Photos for Bullitt, Edmonson, LaRue, Boyle, Hardin, and Grayson counties wanted. Photos returned. Contact: Judy Blair, 740 Centerview Lane, Hudson, KY 40145; 270/257-2189.
REUNIONS: Have shirts and caps embroidered for your family
reunion. I personalize shirts, caps, tote bags, etc. Have your
family name printed on the items as well as your own name. I
embroider one item or a quantity. I get items stitched and returned
promptly. I also embroider company logos. For more information,
contact: Wilma Malone, 859/299-4596; or
The Explorer contains pages of classifeds each month.