Clipped From The Weimar Mercury
THE PRINTERS GET A BREAK, j The Graphic Arts code is now in | effect and price cutting, chiseling and] unfair competition is prohibited. The government is trying to do something for an industry that should rank, high in the business world—one that has sank to the lowest depths through cut-throat methods brought on by the depression. The printing trade cart lay claim to being composed of a i bunch of saps if this break offered fay 1 the recovery administration is not sup- | ported and encouraged.—Yorktoi line where it connects with concrete paving at that point was begun this week. This work when completed will fill the gap and make a concrete highway from Waelder west through Earwood, Luang and Seguin to San Antonio. It also will shorten the present route via Gonzales about ten miles. "Hie Wei • Mercury—$2,00 year. RECEIVES CUT OP. Raymond Lamps, money order clerk at the LaGrange postoffice, received whSe jacking up his car to repair a flat. He leaned over the jack to see whether it was properly set under the flew up and struck him on the lip, causing a cut that required three stitches to close.—LaGrange Record. WORK ON HIGHWAY 3-A NEAR WAELDER STARTED Waelder, Texas, May 19.—Actual way 3-A with concrete, from Waelder west sixteen miles to Caldwell county Kept Taking Cardui Until She Got Rid of the Severe Pains •When Mrs. Ida Hege, ot Edin- dowri condition, she tcok Cardui, with the results she describes betow: betow: "I had just been what one might say dragging around, feeling miserable and all out of sorts. I remembered how Cardui helped my aunt. I sent for six bottles of Cardui and when I had taken them, 1 was mucn better and stronger. I continued taking Cardui until I had taken nine bottles. I do not have of women testify Cardui benefited them. If it does not benefit YOU, of F.