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 September 2005 issue:
CAUDILL BOOK FOR SALE: 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, 44 Music Square E., #217, Nashville,
TN 37203-4309; or
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.
JESSE STUART FOUNDATION: Special offer: Send $5, plus $6.50 S/H (Kentucky residents only, add 6% sales tax), and receive softback copies of A Penny's Worth of Character and Old Ben by Jesse Stuart, and you'll also receive an order form for hundreds of Kentucky and Appalachian books. Contact the Foundation at: 606/326-1667; or P. O. Box 669, Ashland, KY 41105.
WORDS N' STUFF: Eastern Kentucky Regional Bookstore. Your source for books on Appalachia, coal mining, railroads, genealogy, frontier, Civil War and other history, cooking, music, classics, children, and more. We are your map source. We appreciate your business. Still $3 S/H. Let us help you find the books you love. Contact: Words N' Stuff, 1246 Route 302, Van Lear, KY 41265; 606/789-3592.
WANTED TO BUY: I would like to purchase back issues of The Kentucky Explorer, 1986 through 1998; any Breathitt County Journals, USA Journals, or any county journals or books dealing with history and genealogy; or the Frontier Times. Contact: Rena Bresser, 1314 N. Prospect Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903; 719/630-1569; or Tbres24@aol.com
MARBLE NUTS - We lost our marbles! Please sell us yours. Machine-made and handmade marbles, games, and novelties. Lonnie Conyers, 6205 W. Gray Street, Muncie, IN 47304, (765) 747-9544.
KENTUCKY POSTCARDS WANTED: I am interested in buying Kentucky postcards printed before 1930. Especially interested in courthouses, train depots, and unusual postcards. Please send photocopies or postcards with prices or call after 7 p. m. Carl Howell, P. O. Box 116, Hodgenville, KY 42748, or call: 270/358-9511.
WANTED: I buy or copy old photos concerning events, places, or groups in Breathitt County. Contact: Charles Hayes, The Kentucky Explorer, P.O. Box 227, Jackson, KY 41339; or call: 606/666-5060.
The Explorer contains pages of classifeds each month.