Iron Tobacco Cutter
Above is an iron tobacco cutter that is on display at the Mill House Museum. Cupples Co. made this particular cutter, which was used in the Ogle Harris & Sons Grocery Store once located at 204 Mill Street. Chewing tobacco was sold in bars, but if a customer wanted a smaller portion the store keeper would cut off a plug that could then be popped in the mouth between cheek and gum. . . .
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