Uncle Henry's is the real deal -- it's a weekly rough-paper booklet that's been published out of Augusta for almost fifty years, and contains nothing except for-sale, for-trade and want ads. You can buy everything from a house to a used car to a lobster boat to the parts of the moose that are left over after the head is mounted in it. Craiglist hasn't touched it, because people who buy from Uncle Henry's like to have something to browse on the toilet. Every quick-stop gas station in the state sells it. I used to do Uncle Henry's radio commercials back in the '90s. "Forgit them local papers, just toss them all aside, when you list your ad in Uncle Henry's Swap and Sell It Guide!"