Advertisement for A-Corn Salve. The recto features an illustration of an oak tree. Framing the recto are vines, and in each corner is an acorn with the words "trade mark." The card opens to a spread. On the left side of the spread is a poem titled, "Listen to this wail of toe," about a woman suffering from a painful corn, and how A-corn Salve quickly "slew" her corn. On the right side of the spread is a narrative about corns from a school boy's perspective, describing different kinds of corns - the toe-corn being the worst. The verso lists 7 testimonials about the effectiveness of the product.
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