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Bottle of Kurtz's Electric Oil, a patent medicine liniment made by the Kurtz Medicine Company of Fort Scott, Kansas. Glass bottle with paper label is stopped with a cork and still contains 4 mm of brown liquid. Also includes the orginal paper box. David Haynes Kurtz (1856-1923) came to Fort Scott from Pennsylvania in 1886. His drug store was located at 6 North Main Street, and he eventually expanded the business to include wholesale patent medicine.

Creator: Kurtz Medicine Company
Date: between 1906 and 1925

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Item Number: 318755
KSHS Identifier: 1961.72.3

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