UNION RECORDER. MILLEDCEVILLE, CA-, MAY 10. IMS
HEALTH and happiness
.lamiarJi of boauty 'ire often
I, .iivertrent, uml yet there are
, , ..ntiala to beauty, that
They arc form, con-
, r i color. Color ia almost en-
, n -ittcr of food and elemina-
i.-„rm depends to a large ex-
,,.i the bony structure, which
no , rdinarily be changed. But
»e is ready and right, brand
To Beautify new four Bpee d t ran* mission, good
lubber, thoroughly overhauled, ready
for hard work.
L. N. JORDAN
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE
Raymond J. Delacroix, V*. Lena
Petition for Divorce in Baldwin
Superior Court July Term, 1929.
To the defendant. Lena Landry
contour »* Delacroix:—
ee,l nr distorted by development ^ p|oinliffi j.
>mmcn of our f acial de-
crinkles, sallow skin, hollow-
flabbiness can be remedied,
ura! treatment is utterly useless
V the general he.?!th of the body
, ,, a . it should he. But assuming
at . health is good, whut cun be
improve one's looks?
Xn, irst requirements arc fresh
,• txrrti.-e, careful diet and same
habit-. Wrinkles and hol-
, w , jwrks mean that the muscles of
o, -an are n«»t supporting the flesh
. ( j tk-n as they arc intended by na-
, irt t o do. Excess fat is waste, and
j n b e worked off. Practically the
, . , <i n i-es that build up the tis-
:, having filed his petition for
divorce against Lena Landry Dela
croix, in this Court, returnable to
this term of the Court, and it being
made to appear that Lena Landry
Delacroix is not a resident of *aid
County, and also that she does not
reside within the State, and an
der having h«*rn made for sen-
on her, Lena Landry Delacroix, by
publication, this, therefore, is to
notify you, Lena Landry Dolncioix,
to be and appear at the next term
of Baldwin Superior Court to be held
on t.ie 2nd Monday In July 192?.
then and there to answer said com-
Witness the Honorable James B.
I(f th. thin face also reduce un- p . irk j od(!e of thc suporior Court.
nn—»ry fa*. They Uke only a few, Tw , May , 0> 102s .
a Joy » n<l '■»» »on>ri»inB' (Sipned) ,T. C. COOPER, Cleric
... n, t of nil, like many pood'
; fo, they cost nothing. ; CITATION
(i . •, i'ic mouth wide, so as to
. .... tht , niu«cle.c overlying the GEORGIA, Baldwin County.
cheek bones. Then massage vigorous- Court of Ordinary.
,, ..ntracted mu.clea, opening T. J. Brook-., the Administrator
,n,i clrdng the mouth 1 dozen or so upon the estate of Mrs. Emma
t:m- .luring the massaging. This Ilodgis. deceased, has filled his .
j. ......! for hollow or flabby cheeks, plication for letters of di-trir-
Another good exercise to supple
ment this one is to fill and puff out
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the check, with air, lips tightly dos
ed, rolling the tongue around in earn
T , .-s -tv -c jaw muscles, grasp the
( -. r firmly with one hand and move
tn. from aide to side, at the
- in time resisting the movement.
. dozen or more times.
fr~m said estate, having mr.de his
final return to this office, showing
that he has paid all the debts and'
settled with all heirs of the said
Mrs. Emma Hodges.
Said application will be heard be
fore me the first Monday in June,
and if nr, objections are filed, dis
mission will be granted as prayed
This May Gth, 1929.
W. H. STEMBRIDGE,
Ordinary Baldwin Co. Ga.
•—;M nt way to build up the
mu-'.: ..ad tissues under the eyes,
where the first wrinkles usually
nak..- t i.-ir appearance, is to place
the Cntrvr tips on the upper part of
the cheekbone, open the mouth in an
exaggerated smile so that the com-
ir* are drawn up, .and drop the chin.
Now the muscles are bunched up.
Alternately open and close the jaws,
at the same time steadily massaging
A half-hearted attention to these
• vreises ii practically useless. Good „ _
arc obtained only be regular
eu'saging and patience. It must bo
n Humbert d thn*£ facial defects arc
u;;l!y the rend, of years of abuse
C. H. ANDREWS & SON.
A SERIOUS CHANGE
Kentucky Lady Wat ScriMtly
III far Maatlu But Wat
Fiaally Relieved By
Lawrenccburg. Ky.—"At a time in
my life, when my health was under
going a serious change," says Mrs. I
J. C. Ray. who lives near here. "I |
found Cardui to be of the greatest I
benefit to me. I was seriously U1 |
for about two months, and for sev- j
oral months I was not well. My ;
nerves were all unstrung. I could
not bear tho least noise around me.
I '■ould not sleep.
“My head ached until it seemed
cs If it would burst. My feet and
limbs swelled dreadfully. I felt
tired all the time. When I was up,
I dragged around the house, but
most of tho time I spenWra the bod.
"I got Cardui and began takingrit
regularly. Very soon I could see
that It was helping me. I began to
sleep better and eat more. The
awful nervousness got better.
"When I had finished tho first
bottle, I was much better than I
had been for many weeks. I was
so encouraged that I kept right on.
Before very long I was doing all
my housework and was feeling quite
Thousands of other women have
been helped by Cardui after loug
suffering from weakness and ner
ami n. gleet and that they
•: <! before the correct form and
AlU-rnfe applications of hot and |
"•Id water will bring color to
far- and not produce the
ifi-ct > f powerful nrtifical
. -him ar beauty parlor* advo-jj
Hut the value of exercise, careful,
• : building up of general-
seriously hind-capped if:
■> i:iin i*-. cluttered up with sick)
nd p iso mrt *o:
E "-y. hate, jealousy, anger mud be «
k"0cnt from within. Truly, there 1 j
• nn more deadly enemies of beau-j£
tv and health. On the other hand, 6
"•he happy, wholerome, clean-minded '<&
Person can attain beauty of expres- £
a’on. even though the bony structure gj
is impossible to change. Is
Ttii Driver Goes Back To
Medicine He Had Taken
When a Boy to Find
NfhnlasviHe, Ky.—"Running a
• my business, and I am called
? u * -U times, sometimes Just be
fore meal time, and this mokes my
**«|hC '3 well as my sleeping very
“J; lar." rays Mr. Jesse Dickerson,
& 02 Central Avenue, this city. •
1 had indigestion, on account of
ln-emilarity. I would feel very
rtable dftcr meali. I would
,' foastlpated and have dizziness.
, I knew* I had to take something.
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