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Centaur Liniment and Castoria

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: 12.1.11.1
The front of this cards depicts a mother elephant (Jumbo) feeding a baby elephant (Castoria) and the statement 'all mothers know what's good for baby'. The two are set on a grassy landscape with what looks like a circus tent in the bottom right corner. The reverse of the card proclaims that Centaur Liniment 'is unquestionably the most instantaneous cure of pains, burns, swellings, galls, and lameness.' (Outside sources states that The Centaur Company of New York manufactured Centaur Liniment and Fletcher's Castoria). more...
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