Bottle is approximately 1-3/4”x 7/8”x 4-5/8" high overall. Color looks to be like carnival glass or something. Front of the bottle is embossed "Fink's Magic Oil 25 cents". On one side it is embossed "Springdale,PA" and the other side has "Fink's". No other markings. On the bottom it looks like it has something but I can't make it out. I know the Fink's Springdale office opened in 1899 and this particular bottle contained 40cc/1.35 fld.oz inside and was 87% alcohol and 48% Cassia(cinnamon substitute) and sassafras(mild stimulant) and ended up being around 174proof which equals more than 4 shots of today's whisky. I'm needing to know the era or the year it came from and is there any value to it. Any information is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.