There us an ad for Bull Durham tobacco hanging on the door to the bar. I could not find any reference to this particular ad on any of the collectible sites I visited, but I did find an interesting history on Bull Durham tobacco at http://www.rabbitbrush.com/hickson/BullDurham.html. John Ruffin Green was a tobacco farmer in North Carolina during the Civil War. While troops from both sides were camped in the area they sampled his tobacco. They enjoyed it so much that after the war requests came to Green from all over the country for more. Green realized his opportunity, and expanded his business. He coined the term “Bull Durham” after the bull on the label of Coleman’s Mustard that he mistakenly believed was manufactured in Durham, England. Originally known as “Genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco”, it was later known simply as “Bull Durham". It was the most popular brand of tobacco in the world throughout the latter part of the 1800s.