This advertisement in The Southern Planter is for Tuttle’s Family Elixir, a cure-all from the early 1900s. It was promoted by Tuttle’s Elixir Co. as designed “for ills of men, women and children,” advertised in conjunction with Tuttle’s main product, a leg and body wash for racehorses.
|Tuttle’s Family Elixir by Unknown. C. 1900. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Public Domain.|