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Planets align Worth their salt A good run ... page 9 ... page 13 ... page 18 FREE! At all the BEST www.TheOldTimes.com Antiques P.O. Box 411 Shops and Sauk Centre, MN Shows! 56378 Section One Vol. 26 No. 7 • “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Wonders” • July 2016 A worldwide attraction The Trading Post, 1950. Mille Lacs Indian Museum & Trading Post By Virginia Broich ONAMIA, MINN.- -Nestled off of High- way 169 on Mille Lacs Lake in east central Minnesota stands a treasure of the Minne- sota Historical Society (MHS), the Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post. It is lo- cated on the reserva- tion of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. Travis Zimmerman, site man- ager, said, “People come from all over the world. They may have Steven Premo, an Ojibwe artist, exhibited his work at the museum in a one- person show in 2015. Zimmerman said, “One mission of the museum is to Travis Zimmerman, site manager of the Mille tour packages and promote Indian artists. We like to support local artists.” Here Premo stands Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post, points out come from China, Ja- next to one of his 1984 paintings, “Dad.” His dad was a staff sergeant the three districts that make up the Mille Lacs pan, Russia, Sweden, decorated with a Bronze Star in WWII. This work was displayed at the Band of Ojibwe. District I is located near Onamia, or Australia. Some Minneapolis Institute of Arts during its “6 Native Minnesota Artists” exhibit. Districts II and IIa near McGregor and Isle, and When his dad saw the painting, Premo said he gave it one of the highest District III is near Hinckley. (Photos by Les Trading Post statements of praise his children had come to recognize. “That’s pretty Broich unless noted otherwise.) Cont. on page 3 good.” at Friends 100's 2 5 t h G re DEALERS INDOORS o a l CAMBRIDGE ANTIQUE FAIR AND OUTSIDE! Antiqf u ***See full ad on page 12! Ann Aug. 6 th & 7 th , 2016 www.MetroPromos.com Deale ues rs! Gre Sat. 8 am-5 pm • Sun. 9 am-4 pm /CambridgeAntiqueFair at F i n d s (763) 434-6664 or kwel16421@aol.com www.CambridgeAntiqueFair.com 2 The Old Times July 2016 n t iQ u e s M i n n e s ot a A Minnesota’s First Mall Established 1979 22” Tall Oriental Vase $300.00 Big Little Books $19.95 each Lladro Clown Bust #5129 $129.00 Sealed Lego R2 D2 Set #10225 $285.00 10K Lavaliere $113.00 Silver Dollars $29.00 and up Distler Windup Toy $270.00 Mexican Sterling Brooch Arts & Clay Co. Vases $75.00 $225.00 International 856 Pedal Tractor Original $750.00 Standard Pocket Watch $85.00 Gorham Melrose Sterling Forks $125.00 Minnesota License Plates Mattel Lost World Toy Red Wing McDonalds Crocks Adlake Railroad Lantern $340.00 $85.00 $50.00 Dealer Space starting at $25.00 per month www.AntiquesMinnesota.net 952-894-7200 952-894-7200 ANTIQUES MINNESOTA BURNSVILLE • 191 River Ridge Circle Exit 3A (Hwy 13N) off 35W, 1st Left Nicollett, Left to River Ridge Circle Open Monday-Saturday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM • Sunday 12:00 to 6:00 PM July 2016 The Old Times 3 Jeanette and Harry Ayer sit in front of the original library in their home. In 1959 the Ayers donated their large collection of American Indian art, buildings, and land to the Minnesota Historical Society. (Photo provided) Trading Post American Indian is depict Ojibwe life Cont. from page 1 generally limited. They around the mid 1700s don’t know there are during the summer, might be university 500 tribes and 300 trib- fall, winter, and spring. students.” He and his al languages through- The mannequins in the staff are dedicated to out the Americas,” diorama look life-like dispelling myths about Zimmerman said. because they were the American Indian A highlight of the modeled after mem- Harry Ayer holds basswood dolls made at Mille Lacs around 1925. “Dolls and broadening under- museum is the out- bers of the Mille Lacs made from willow sticks or basswood fibers have long been a favorite of standing. “People’s standing Four Seasons Band of Ojibwe. Ojibwe boys and girls,” according to text on the wall of the Trading Post knowledge of the Room dioramas that George Pendegayosh, Museum. “Often dressed in beaded buckskin clothing, dolls are outfitted with interpreter of the Four miniature tools, baskets, weapons, or musical instruments. Today, dolls are Seasons Room, said still made from traditional materials. But contemporary dolls with Indian his great-great grand- features are also becoming popular, especially when dressed in colorful powwow outfits.” mother was one of the models. He recounted winter the men would that around 200 years be gone for two or three ago the Ojibwe walked days while the women the land and searched for food and good hunt- Trading Post ing grounds. In the Cont. on page 4/5 antiques COlleCtibles Vintage hOMe DeCOr From 1920 to the late 1940s, the Ayers rented out cottages all around the Trading Post. After living Furniture in the cramped quarters of their rental cabins for gOurMet treats more than 20 years, Jeanette and Harry Ayers & sO MuCh MOre! built a house similar to this one in 1941. When Open 7 Days a Week • MOn-sat: 10aM-6pM • sun: 10aM-5pM their home was renovated, Zimmerman said, “the house still needed to be a house of the 1940s.” 101 n WashingtOn st. • st. CrOix Falls, Wi 54024 Today it is a children’s education center where The Ayers’ original furniture is now used to 7 Rush City 715-483-7725 Zimmerman and his staff give workshops for kids. display items at the Trading Post. • FaCebOOk.COM/ghOstsintheattiCantiques • Antique Shops Along I-35 in the “Up North” Lakes & Pines Stop for a bite to eat or to browse The St. Croix River Valley 61 Antiques Trails 73 Barnum on your way north or as you head home. Almelund 10 Harris 9 Kettle Moose Stark River Lake Cheri’s Flower 27 27 Pine County History Museum Almelund Mercantile Sturgeon Lake Antique & Basket Between N. Branch & Taylors Falls (651)583-3696 An Old Times Antiques Trail Map North Gift Shop 95 Branch Willow 35 Antiques & Collectables Fri & Sat 10-5; Sun 10:30-5 St. Cambridge River Antiques, coffee shop & more! Cr 14 miles Little Mermaid Café Almelund oix Riv Hours: er Finlayson 23 Mon-Sat 9 am-4 pm Sunday 1 pm-4 pm Lindstrom 9 95 18 Askov Lindstrom Antique Mall 35 12 Downtown Lindstrom Hwy 8 & Park Sunrise Lake 20 61 Sandstone Flowers ~ Gifts ~ Fudge (651) 257-3340 20 N. Center St. Croix Falls Lindstrom Taylors Boutique ~ Stamping Open 7 Days-A-Week: 10am - 5pm 19 Lake Center 21 Falls 8 D 35 Scrapbooking & Crafts Two floors - over 9,000 sq ft Stacy South City 8 Shafer 8 95 Turtle Lake Chisago Lindstrom Lake S. Center 20 25 Miles Hinkley 322 Commercial Ave. N. City Lake Osceola, WI 48 Chisago Lake 95 35 Sandstone, MN 55072 Dresser 23 1 Block East of the Ford Dealership Green (320) 245-2443 The Looking Glass Lake 6333 H C Andersen Alle Mon.-Fri. 9-5 & Sat. 9-3 Hwy 35 • 117 N Cascade Street Osceola in ta s (715) 294-2886 eso on r Askov, MN 55704 Forest 24 ve isc i inn www.cherisflowerbasket.com xR W Lake i (320) 838-1607 25 Hwy 243 M 107 Like us on Facebook & Google: M-Th: 10-5; Fr-Sa: 10-6; Sun: 11-5 St .C ro y Pine r wa City Cheri’s One Stop Shop Formerly Osceola Antiques. 35 Rive Forest Lake Grantsburg, WI n ic 95 61 Sce 70 70 35 Scandia l na 97 tio Na Braham 48 97 ix 35 o Cr St. Rush City 4 The Old Times July 2016 Charles Albert Bender, (1883-1954), an Ojibwe from Brainerd, Minn., pitched for the Philadelphia Athletics from 1903 to 1914, helping the team win five American League pennants and three World Series. Henry C. Boucha, an Ojibwe from Warroad, Minn., and one of six American Indian Olympic athletes, played professional hockey for the Detroit Red Wings, Minnesota North Stars, Minnesota Fighting Saints, Kansas City Scouts, and the Colorado Rockies. Boucha was inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1995. ANTIQUE SHOPS in and around EAU CLAIRE, WISCONSIN 1 Including: Fall Creek, 2 3 Hixton, Menomonie, Neillsville and Osseo. D 1. Town & Country Antiques 4. Cobblestone Cottage Gifts & Antiques 6 2. Antique Emporium 5. Millers Antiques Neillsville & Auction Co. 3. Engelwood Antiques 6. The Rocking Chair 4 5 3 Town & Country 4 Antiques, Memorabilia & Collectibles An entertaining OPEN and Mon-Fri: 10-5 Antique Emporium 19 mi. East of ever-changing 306 Main Street Eau Claire, WI. multi-dealer Sat: 10-4 Downtown, Eau Claire, WI shop. Sun: 12-4 715-832-2494 244 Main Street • Menomonie, WI 715-231-3222 S2020 Townshop Road The kind of shop There’s AlwAys room Fall Creek, WI 54742 you’re glad to discover! for one more shop Open Tues. thru Sat.- 11am-4pm Mon-Sat • 10am to 5pm in The old Times! The area’s largest shop - Victorian furniture • vintage lighting Located in a wonderful 1898 Call or email Paul Masonic Temple and featuring tools • fishing lures • watches & clocks to place YOUR shop ad here! a huge inventory of prints & jewelry • linens • fine glass and china frames, china & glass, jewelry, pictures • general line of antiques 320.492.6399 linens, books, collectibles, Paul@TheOldTimes.com orientalia, etc. ~ Buying & selling since 1981 ~ 715-877-3468 • Buy-Sell-Trade Miller’s Antiques & Auction co. HISTORIC NEILLSVILLE, WISCONSIN 32 HISTORIC BUILDINGS, SPECIALTY SHOPS Specializing in stoneware, advertising, primitives & the unusual. AND... Antique store Hours THE ROCKING CHAIR Open 7 days a week ANTIQUES, GIFTS & DECOR 10am - 5pm 442 Hewett St (Hwy 73) N8779 Hwy 95 East Neillsville, WI 54456 Over 70 antiques booths cover 11,000 sq ft. (715) 963-4438 Hixton, WI 54635 Open: Also featuring gifts and home decor. 135 Interstate Road Cell: 715-299-2543 Wed - Sat: 10am-5pm Open 7 days/week Hixton, WI 54635 Store: 715-963-1100 715-819-2637 Mon-Sat: 10-5; Sun: 11-5 Exit 105 off I-94 Located at the intersection of I-94 & Hwy 95, 1 block North of I-94 Visit us on Facebook July 2016 The Old Times 5 Colorful, bright beads hang in the Trading Post for sale or trade. bark. Wigwams were Trading Post used throughout the Cont. from page 3 year. “In rainy weath- cared for the children er, the smoke from the Bandolier bags, worn across the chest. A and tended the camp. fire went up through bandolier bag can take as long as a year to create, The dome-shaped wig- the top,” Pendegayosh requiring intricate bead work. “Men would wear wams displayed in one said. In the summer, the bandolier bag for treaty negotiations and section of the dioramas “Air conditioning came important meetings,” Zimmerman said. were made of birch off the lake.” “Ojibwe trapped Hixton School House Antique Mall ALLOUEZ beavers for their pelts to trade for different ANTIQUES ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES AND FURNITURE Open 7 Days a Week | 10 am - 5 pm goods, such as kettles, blankets, beads, and axes, their favorite Over 90 Dealers! tool. They would trade five beaver pelts for a Located halfway between the Twin Cities kettle,” Pendegayosh & Madison on I-94, Exit 105 - 1 Block off of Main Street in the Old High School said. Hunting, harvest- ing wild rice, trapping, 715-963-3500 Many Quality and producing maple sugar are represented Dealers! in the dioramas. 395 South Lake Ave. 4101 E. 2nd Street Another section of Jingle dresses, named for jangling metal cones Duluth, MN 55802 Superior, WI 54880 the museum contains a used as fringe on women’s garments, originated 218-625-2379 (715) 398-0529 display of American with the Ojibwe people at Mille Lacs in 1919, Open daily at 11 am Located on Hwy. 2/53 Indian artifacts from when a holy man had a dream in which he saw the collection of Harry four women wearing the dresses, dancing, and Furniture • Architecture • Glassware OPEN YEAR and Jeanette Ayer. The singing. He and his wife brought the dresses and Art • Jewelry • Clocks • Pottery ROUND Ayers moved to the the songs to life, and four women put them on and Sports • Seasonal • Coins 7 Days a Week performed, making his dream come true. Jingle Mille Lacs area around 70+ 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 1916 and took over a dresses first were adopted throughout the Ojibwe Duluth’s Finest Antique Mall community in Minnesota, then spread to the Dealers! 9,600 Square Feet! Dealer Space Available. Trading Post Dakota people in Minnesota, the Dakotas, and Located In Duluth’s Canal Park! Cont. on page 6/7 Montana. antique Shopping in ‘up north’ EARL - 54875 Prock’s Crocks & Antiques WiSConSin 10 mi NE of Spooner on Hwy 63 (715) 635-3655 OPEN: 7 days/week, 9am - 5pm www.ProcksCrocksAntiqueStoneware.com SIREN - 54872 RICE LAKE - 54868 Siren Antiques Collectibles & Gifts Primrose Parlor Antiques 24530 State Road 35/70 Earl 417 N Main Street • (715) 234-5849 (715) 349-7573 OPEN: Tues-Sat: 10am - 5pm (thru mid-May) OPEN DAILY: 10am - 5pm THEN Mon-Sat: 10am - 5pm (Summer hours) The coffee’s on... we’re waiting for you! Charming Victorian structure; multi-dealer. SHELL LAKE - 54871 CAMERON - 54822 Jean’s Antiques Collectibles & Gifts Red Cedar Mercantile Antiques 24 5th Avenue (downtown Shell Lake) 2 mi West of Cameron on Hwy 8 (715) 468-7035 (715) 458-4931 OPEN DAILY: Mon-Sat: 10-4; Sun: 11-3 OPEN: Thurs - Mon: 10am - 5pm 8,000 sq. ft. Glass, Furniture, Jewelry, & more! Online: www.red-cedar-mercantile.com CUMBERLAND - 54829 CHETEK - 54728 Years Ago Antiques & Collectibles Time and Again Antique Mall & Estate Sales 1367 2nd Ave. (Downtown) 606 2nd Street (Downtown Chetek) (715) 822-4625 (715) 924-4000 • OPEN ALL YEAR! OPEN: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm; Sun: 11am-3pm Mon-Sat: 9am-5pm; Sun: 11am - 5pm Mall; 20+ dealers selling a wide variety. 35 Dealers • www.ChetekAntiques.com AMERY - 54001 DALLAS - 54733 PhyllBea’s of Amery Old Farmers Mercantile 845 Hwy 46 North • (1 mile north of Amery Historic Farmers Store on Main Street downtown Amery - next to Super America.) (715) 837-1919 • OPEN: Fri & Sat: 9 - 5 OPEN: Sat: 10am-3pm; Sun: 11am-2pm MON-THURS - CALL FOR HOURS! Antiques, gifts & more - “All with a unique flair”. Quality Antiques / Clocks / 100+ Tractors / www.PhylBeasOfAmery.com & Facebook Collectibles / Unique Homemade Items. 6 The Old Times July 2016 Cambridge Antique Fair first weekend in August --PRESS RELEASE Sunday, August 7 show will feature pay $20 to pick from CAMBRIDGE, inside and outside at primitives, furniture, the cream of the crop. MINN.--Metropromos, the Isanti County glassware, jewelry, The fairgrounds are Inc. is billing the 25th Fairgrounds in toys, military artifacts, located one mile east of annual Cambridge Cambridge, Minn., as and much more. Highway 65 on Highway Antique Fair to be held the “best antique fair of Admission, $6; kids 95 just 40 miles north from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. the summer.” 12 and under, free. of the Twin Cities. Saturday, August 6 and With hundreds of Early buyers from 9 For information, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. antiques dealers, the a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday call 763-434-6664. The Prairie Potholes Antiques Trails 08-11-08 Richmond Belgrade An Old Times Antiques Trail Map 23 22 Cold Spring Paynesville 71 Paynesville 55 The Antique Cellar 9 9 Watkins 305 Augusta Ave Benson New 4 Eden Valley (320) 243-7605 104 London 7 Days/wk: Mon-Sat: 10-5; Sun: 12-5 12 10 3 3 Closed Mondays Jan-Apr. We Buy! 10 27 Spicer Long Lake Antiques 22 Eden Valley Willmar 12 Litchfield Lost & Found 200 State St. N (Highways 55 & 22) (320) 453-5678 22 Mon-Sat 9:30 - 5:30 • Raymond 71 It’s Worth The Drive! 59 23 Spicer Montevideo 7 Clara City Belltower Antique Mall Granite 4 22 193 N Highway 23 Falls (320) 796-5515 Mon-Sat: 10-5; Sun: 12-5 212 25 Dealers. Granite Falls Willmar 212 Litchfield A large dream catcher hung on the wall of the Trading Post. Native Americans of the Great Prairie Mercantile L&J’s Antiques Long Lake Antiques Sibley Antiques Plains believe the air is filled with both good and 110 E U.S. 212 • (320) 564-9094 614 Benson Ave SW 8879 Long Lake Road 100 N Sibley Ave bad dreams.According to legend, the good dreams 7 Days/wk: Mon-Sat: 10-5; Sun 12-4 (1 Blk N of Hwy 12 and 7th Street W.) (Off County 27 - 5 mi. N of Willmar) (320) 693-7335 pass through the center hole to the sleeping FLEA MARKETS: May through September (320) 894-4869 For Appointments (320) 235-1322 Tues-Sat: 10-5; Sun: 12-5 person. The bad dreams are trapped in the web where they perish in the light of dawn. 34 Park 2nd Sat. & Sun. - NO CHARGE to set-up Open Saturdays: 10:30am - 5:00pm Tues-Sun: Rapids 10-5 (Closed Mondays) 25 Dealers. (Closed Mondays) ke Height Long La Historically, dream catchers were hung in the of Land Lake Toad tepee or lodge and on a baby’s cradle board. Detroit Lake B ud ’ s B arn Lakes 34 Detroit Lake 10222 State Highway 29 Parkers Prairie, MN 56361 STOREWIDE 20% to 50% 71 Sale A One-Owner Antique Shop 10 Furniture • Glassware • Tools • Toys OFF Little Pine STOREWIDE Lake OPEN Decoys • Redwing Perham Big Pine Lake Saturday, Sunday, YEAR ROUND & Monday Mon - Sat, 11 - 5 (218) 338-6166 108 Sunday, 12 - 5 Star Lake Dent July 2nd, 3rd & 4th At Our Located On State Highway 29 15 mi North of Alexandria or 3 mi South of Parkers Prairie, MN Rush NEW Antique Lake Buchanan Lake Location! Stop in and FLEA MARKET Otter Tail The Central Lakes Antiques Trails Lake 10 visit the New Shop! 9 am to 5 pm An Old Times 210 Fergus Exit 54 Falls West Battle Bell Tower Antiques Lake 210 Alexandria Antiques Trails Map Exit 57 35 71 Yesterday’s 29 193 N Hwy 23 • Spicer, MN 78 Eagle (5 blocks north of DQ on Hwy 23) 517 Broadway St. 46 22 Bend (320) 762-8990 Exit 67 Parkers Prairie Clarissa • 320-796-5515 • Mon-Fri: 9-6; Sat: 9-5:30; Sun: 12-4 Ashby Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am - 5pm OPEN YEAR ROUND. Lake Christina Browerville 59 94 Sun: Noon - 5pm Now & Then Antique Mall Parkers Prairie Pelican Lake Lake 55 Exit 77 Miltona 601 Broadway St. Exit 82 (320)Elbow 763-6467 Lake 79 Lake Ida Long Bud’s Barn Antiques Mon-Sat: 10-5; Sun: 12-4 Lake 29 Prairie 27 15 mi. N of Alex. on Hwy. 29 Jan Watson’s OFF BROADWAY Carlos YEAR-ROUND Mall of 4 Floors Lake Geneva Lake (218) 338-6166 Darling Past & Present Home Gallery 54 Exit 97 Lake Osakis Mon-Sat 11-5; Sun 12-5 619 Broadway St. Alexandria 27 OPEN YEAR ROUND. (320) 759-2300 Herman Mon-Sat: 10-5; Sun: 12-4 OPEN YEAR ROUND. 55 27 Lake Mary Exit 103 29 Exit 114 Osakis 71 28 Sauk Centre ANTIQUES RED X Maple Lake 114 Hidden Treasures 9 Lake Reno 94 Sauk Centre Off Broadway Antiques Home of the 110 5th Avenue West Lowry 28 Exit 127 521 Sinclair Lewis Ave (320) 763-1655 (320) 351-7700 OPEN ~ Exit 131 Melrose Mon-Fri: 11-5; Sat: 11-4 “Everything from Antiques to Xena!” 28 Starbuck 114 Glenwood Lake Minnewaska Memoryville 71 4 Freeport OPEN Wed-Sat: Albany 10-4 Jan Watson’s Back Again! ~ WEDNesday to Saturday Glenwood Morris Osakis 10am - 4pm Vintage House Antiques Antiques Osakis 55 Blast From the Past Grandpa’s Attic & Gifts 521 Sinclair Lewis Ave 701 N Franklin 26 West Main 125 Central 4 Hwy 27 (Nokomis St.) & 1st Ave Sauk Centre, MN (320)634-3618•(320)491-7752 (320) 859-3200 (320) 859-4500 (320) 766-0394 Mon - Sat: 9:30-5 (Closed Tues) Sun: 11-4 Open Daily 10:00am - 5:00pm OPEN Mon-Sat 10-5 YEAR ROUND! OPEN DAILY 10-5 YEAR ROUND! 320-351-7700 OPEN YEAR ROUND. 2016 is our 30th year! Come visit! Antiques, collectibles, 2nd hand. Les Kouba prints / Used furniture www.OffBroadwayAntiques.com July 2016 The Old Times 7 Grand Rapids show set for late July --PRESS RELEASE p.m.; Saturday, July 30, will bring their best. contact Bud Stone or GRAND RAPIDS, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Free show admis- Renee Thompson at MINN.--The 2016 Sunday, July 31, 8 a.m. sion. Parking, $5 per 218-326-6619 or visit Northern Minnesota to 3 p.m. at the Itasca car, $2 per motorcycle, www.GrandMN.com/ Antiques and Vintage County Fairgrounds in and $10 per motorhome, events Market is set for Friday, Grand Rapids, Minn. bus, trailer, or camper. July 29 from 3 p.m. to 6 Over 250 dealers For information, In 1920 the Ayers began renting out cabins like these clustered around the Trading Post at a rate Crow Wing Antiques Worth
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