TUESDAY 5:00 PM - CLOSE
A beautifully renovated building with terrific artistic touches awaits. Enjoy shopping for old and new treasures.
Offering a variety of antiques, handmade items, art, baby items, candles, soaps, bath bombs, face masks, lotions, jams, wine, honey, bread mixes, Lagomarcino Chocolates, jewelry, greeting cards, and lots more!
Enjoy Wine from across the US (and the World) at Mac's Wine Cellar!
Plus, we offer a variety of Craft Beers, Cocktails, and Specialty Martinis!
The Mayberry family is proud of their hometown, township where they reside (Farmers Creek) and their farming roots. Jim & Sue's children, Sarah, Thomas, & Logan, are the 8th generation of the Mayberry family to have resided in Farmers Creek Township
In 1884, Owen McCaffrey, a native of Buffalo, New York, opened a wholesale and retail tobacco store in partnership with Frank Doubrawa. The business was located on the east side of Main Street. In 1886 they parted ways, and McCaffrey moved to the west side of the street and set up as a independent cigar manufacturer and jobber. The tobacconists' trade mark, a seven foot wooden Indian, stood on the sidewalk guarding, as it were, the firm's rising fortunes.
McCaffrey was a jobber for Humos cigars and distributed as many as 100,000 a week. The Maquoketa Cigar was manufactured by McCaffrey. Its popularity spread well beyond
this area and eventually manufacturing in Maquoketa had to be discontinued through lack of space.
A tobacco company in Binghamton, N.Y., took over; sales continued to grow and the Maquoketa cigar became the finest advertising medium this city has ever had.
The McCaffrey Cigar Company opened stores in Mason City, Sioux City, and DesMoines.
One Halloween some pranksters took the old wooden Indian away. No one saw them. The workers found it in the river just north of town. They fished out the Indian , cleaned and returned it to the sidewalk only to have it taken again. This time the workers were fed up and didn't spend as much time looking for it . McCaffrey's Indian was never found. Shortly after this incident, in the spring of 1923, McCaffrey died and the business just folded up. A former worker said, "You know what they say about coming events casting their shadows before them?"
Antique and Gift Shop & Wine Cellar Hours.
*Facility may be open at additional times for private events.
FARMERS CREEK ANTIQUES
· Monday – Closed
· Tuesday – 10 am - 5 pm
· Wednesday – 10 am - 5 pm
· Thursday – 10 am – 4 pm
· Friday – 10 am – 10 pm
· Saturday – 10 am – 11 pm
· Sunday – Closed
MAC’s WINE CELLAR
· Monday – Closed
· Tuesday – Closed
· Wednesday – Closed
· Thursday – Closed
· Friday – 4pm – 10 pm
· Saturday – Noon – 11 pm
· Sunday - Closed