Illustration on front of card depicts a formally dressed couple sitting at a table under a tree and next to a river. The man, who is wearing a top hat, has his arm around a little girl who is leaning on his chair. The man and woman are both gesturing towards a large bottle of Wheat Bitters that is on the table, next to a drinking glass. Text on the back of the card describes Wheat Bitters as an effective treatment for diseases and conditions affecting women at various times of their lives.
Script: Written in two scripts. Primary script is a small but bold, vertical Cursiva with un-looped ascenders. Secondary script is a lighter, sloping cursive with looped ascenders. There are added drawings and notes on many leaves, including several versos.
Front of card depicts a daisy plant of six flowers and various leaves. The daisy petals are white with pink edges. A branch of three pine cones lies beneath on the verdant ground. Reverse side is text only.
On back of card: ...In nine cases out of ten the source of headache is not in the brain but in the stomach. Indigestion is the most frequent cause. The digestive organs being disordered, they derange the action of the liver, the bowels, the kidneys, and the nerves, and the whole secretive and excretive machinery being as it were thrown out of gear, the brain suffers...This delightful preparation is the best remedy for chronic and periodical headache at present known, and absolutely invaluable as stomachic and gentle cathartic. It quickens the circulation, cools the fevered brow, brings back lustre to the eye; and it is in fact a luxurious draft in which a hundred healthful elements are blended.
On back of card: St. Jacobs standing with oil in his hand, in middle of two bottle of St. Jacobs Oil. And to the left eyes of woman. Back side of card printed in reverse.At the bottom right "Mt. Vernon, Maine"