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One dozen books by Jim at FM2

2014-04-19 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Adair County Historian Mike Watson has many of his own 69 books on sale today. In addition, he has books by Janice Holt Giles and one dozen books by Jim; a favorite among the Garner books, for many, is, "The Wit & Wisdom of Dr. J.T. Jones," which includes classic excerpts by the Creelsboro/Crocus philosopher/dentist, gleaned from the Adair County News. The Sun Crest bottle is for sale. It's one of a "Critical Mess" of Sun Crest bottles the historian keeps in his collection. The titles are:: Daring bank robbery, Elopement a of Adair County 1900-1910, Columbia undertakers, Wit and wisdom of Dr JT Jones Jamestown hill, boomer heights Russell $ company building, 1910 Early cinema in Columbia From hope to hilltop, Lindsey Wilson; Elder ZT Williams' trip to the Holy Land, Adair County Doughboy letters; Conover hotel, 1898; Adair County prisoners of War, WW II
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