These are both embossed cards, something that you can't really see on the scans, but it creates an uneven writing surface on the back and can make for illegible messages.
The message to Miss Georgie Green in Wayland, New York reads:
How you was over thare. All well I hope. You probably think I am an awful lyer but I am but I am sure coming over It has been impossible for me to come before.
ans soon W.S.
This one, to Mrs. B.G. Brown of Norwich, New York is a lot harder to read.
Dear Ella and Bige I joust see your letter you wrote to day found it in Mells pocket - I hope you are both well and will have a nice day to day. Gladys and Bob are up to Nellie's now Poor Nellie she has her hands full I can tell you and as does May we have moved the central (?) agen. I bought a place think it would be cheaper than to rent - come up you and Bige would like to see you. Ma is well and looks well love, your mother