The pain of λ burn or scalding is
not the worst feature—it is what may
follow that is dangerous. That's why
Poslam should b« applied to the burn
or scald at once—it soothes, helps to
heal rapidly and aids in restoring the
skin to normal. Get Poslam at any
drug store, 50c.
NOW, Honestly ...
When you get up in the morniigs,
do j'ou feel rested, full of vigor and
pep . . . ready lor a big breakfast
and anxious to begin your daily
duties? Or are you one of those un
fortunates who are half sick, listless
Is It a job for you to get out of
bed? Do you wish you could lie
there for Just a few more minutes?
Then you. no doubt, are suffering from
faulty elimination, that insidious condi
tion caused by our modern, easy mode of
living, which Is commonly known as con
stipation You are committing the crime
of self-poisoning, which is robbing you
of your rightful heritage, good health.
When you allow food wastes to accumu
late In your system you are hurting
yourself, for these wastes are turned Into
poisons that are absorbed h" the blood
stream and distributed throughout the
entire system. That Is the reason you
feel all "washed out." lack energy and
pep. If you allow this harmful practice
to continue you are not being fair to
Doctors say nine out of ten physical
ailments are caused from constipation,
failure to eliminate food wastes from the
If you are guilty of personal neglect,
there Is no better time than right now
to start banishing poisons from ycur
system Soon you will be internally
clean . . . your complexion will take
on that becoming clow of health that
comes from within your eyes will
sparkle with the joy ot living and that
tired, listless feeling will be a thing of
It is so easy to regain physical alert
ness that it is foolhardy to go through
! life feeling half sick. Here is the road
to buoyant health . an easy and
fileasant method that any one can lol
ow; Tomorrow morning, before break
fast. stir' two or three teaspooniuls of
1 Hexasoi into a class of pure water
then drink the sparkling mixture to your
, own health Repeat this simple morning
! ritual for ten days. At the end of this
period, if you do not say vou feel better
than you have felt In years, return the
partially filled bottle to your druggist
for a full refund.
A product of lesser merit than Hexa
soi could not afiord to make this gen
erous money-back guarantee. Hexasoi Is
not a new end untried product. It has
helped thousands during the oast 25
years to overcome constipation and re
sulting conditions such as headaches,
colds. indigestion. poor complexion,
rheumatism and auto-intoxication. Now
It Is being advertised so that many more
thousands may be helped.
Go now. or 'phone your nearest drug
store to send you a bottle ol Hexasoi. so
you may start in the morning to banish
all poisonous food wastes from your sys
tem. Remember, you are missing a lot
of fun if you don't feel good.
One Killed and Many Injured
in Clashes Between Com
munists and Hitlerites.
By the A«soci»ted Près*.
LEIPSIC, Germany, June 28.—One
man was killed and several hurt In
clashes between National Socialists and
Communists last night when the Nazis
paraded through the suburbs in their
The opposing forces erected bar
ricades and demolished the street lights
to darken the streets through which the
The police were fired upon when
they arrived and they returned the
fire. Twenty-five were arrested.
Seven Wounded In Berlin.
BERLIN, June 28 (Λ>).—Police were
kept busy throughout last night quelling
clashes between Nazis and Communists.
Seven Communists were Injured by bul
lets and knives. Nineteen arrests were
Outbreak Hit· Cbemniti.
CHEMNITZ. Oermany. June 28 <JP).
—Twenty persons were injured during
clashes last night between Communists
and Reichsbanner men on the one hand
and Nazis and Steel-helmeters on the
ASKS ABSOLUTE DIVORCE
Silver Spring- Woman Charges De
sertion in Rockville Suit.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
ROCKVILLE. Md.. June 28—Mrs.
Daisy Y. Parker of Silver Spring,
through Attorney George A. Parker of
Washington, has filed suit In the
Circuit Court here for an absolute
divorce from Alexander Parker, whoee
address is given as Hampton, Va.
The bill, which charges technical
desertion, states that the couple were
married August 18. 1922 at Hampton,
Va., lived together until June, 1925, and
have two children. William Edward. 9.
and Viola. 6. now with their mother.
M" '. Parker asks the court to award
ht the custody of the children.
Clarence A. Mils. 28. 2140 Ρ at., and Edna
M Wells. 21. 210 East Underwood st.. Chevy ι
Chase. Md.: Rev. William A. Emmons.
Maxwell H. Cohen. 25. Baltimore, and
Esther C. Ornstein, 20. 1417 Varnum at ; Rev. ι
Solomon H. Metz. _
Booker T. Harris. 27. 1818 Corcoran at.,
and Jennie B. Roberts, 21. 1447 R at.; Rev.
E. O. Smith. .
Robtrt N. You η». 23. 1344 W at., and Ruth
R. Richardaon, 2». 1342 W at.; Rev. Robert
Anderson. . A _
James M. Inglish. 34. and Julia A Brown.
30. both of Norfolk. Va.; Rev. Allan F.
Poore. _ . ...
Jefferson H. Rogers. 27, Brentwood. Md.. .
and Katharine S fowler. 27. 18th and Otis
sts. n.e : Rev. A. A. Stockdale. 1
Glennard H. Elder. 30. Painesville. Ohio,
and Norma R. Johnson. 27. 3121 13th «t.!
Rev. o. O. Johnson. _
John C. Rjlsinuer. 30. 1808 Connecticut j
ave , and Evelyn Campbell. 27. 3715 Wlndom '
pi : Rev. C. Τ Warner.
George H Cookman. 21. Falmouth, V» . and
Ann L. Wright. 24. Fredericksburg, Va.; Rev.
Thomas Ε Boorde
Carlton O. Smith. 34. 3420 13th it., and
Eleanor M. Cooper. 23, 131» Potomac ave.
s e : Rev. P. Ε Gatlin.
Charles Easley, 30. 1225 Hope ave.. and
Annett Jefferson. 24, 207 10th St. s.e.; Rev.
J. C. Mosley.
Thomas F Day. 24. 24 G st. n.e., and
Dorothy Boxley, 21. 1271 New Jersey ave.
se. Rev. Adam B. Williams.
Archie R. T. Canham. 3». and Frances A.
Edgeworth. 18. both of Pittsburgh; Rev.
Allan F Poore. ,
John F Redman. 33. ί3β Ε it. s.w,. and
Gladys G Bywaters, 30. 4529 New Hamp
shire ave ; Rev. W. W. Mclntyre.
James Ε Nugent. 23. 2418 Monroe it. n.e..
and Mary P. Ciprl, 21. Bangor. Mich.; Rev.
Walter F. Eagleson.
Josh Fairfax. 21. Hoadler. Va., and Rosie
V. Harley., 18. Lorton. Va.; Rev. John E.
Ulysses C. Crestell. 21. 370 U st. s.w., and
Thelma V. Jefferson, 19, 816 3d st. s.e.; Rev.
John C. Moseley.
John F Athey. 27. 1220 31st st.. and Mar
garet V. Jennier. SI. Alexandria, Va.; Rev. I.
Edward Τ Dickson, 21, 1538 lit it., and
Thelma Ε Campbell, 19. 1212 Ο st , Rev.
James F. King.
Fred J Bandelier. 49. and Mary T. Rogers,
39. both of Baltimore; Rev. Allan F. Poore.
Allen H. Nichols. 25, 2723 13th st.. and
Elizabeth Webb, 28, 2523 13th st.; Rev. James
Alvin Miller, 26. 73 G st.. and Ozella
Minors. 20, 1105 1st St.; Rev. Chester L.
Wayne T. Harris, 25. Linden, Va., and
Elizabeth A. Strother, 18, Linden, Va.; Rev.
Paul G Linaweaver.
Francis J. Kingfleld. 29. Phillipsburg. Ν J ,
and Margaret H. Chamblin, 29, 3033 18th
st : Rev. Michael W. Hyle.
Joseph Dyson. 34. and Marie Richards, 25,
both of Atlantic City: Rev. E. C. Smith
Kenneth Barbel. 24. 3021 Sherman ave.,
and Ethel Hall. 24, 1230 Lowden court s.e.;
Rev. Robert Anderson
Tho>na.« Loliar. 23. 1454·,i Q St.. and Marion
Burrell, 21. 1454'i Q st.; Rev. W. H. King.
John H Norrls. 32. and Edith R. Harrell.
32. both of Charlottesville, Va.; Rev. L. I
Epple Johnson. 27. 209 Clarks court s w.,
and Elizabeth F. Long. 18. 937 Golden St.
s.w : Rev Henry Β Branch.
Garland L. March. 24. 1635 Minnesota ave.
se . and Margaret M Johnson, 22. 1815 W
st s.e.; Rev. Daniel Keenan.
Louis G. Carmick. jr.. 26. 2910 Q st.. and
May D. Baker. 24, 1767 Lanier place; Rev.
U. Ο. B. Pierce.
Brazil is the original heme of the j
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|LOUD(5uN 4-H girls to display
DRESSES MADE OF DYED FEED BAGS
Seek to Attain Maximum of Attractiveness at Minimum
of Cost in Style Revue.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
LEESBURG, Va . June 28.—Dresses
made of dyed feed sacks by 4-H Club
girls, striving to attain a ma-ximum of
attractiveness with a minimum of cost.
I will be worn at the Louàoun County
: 4-H style review in the Leesburg High
School July 5.
The girl over 14 years of age who
exhibits the best dress will be selected
to represent the county at the short
course at Blacksburg later in the Sum- j
mer. Girls under 14 years of age will j
compete for a bronie medal. Ooet. I
becomingness and skill will be consid
ered in selecting the winners.
Judges of the review will be Mrs.
Robert McDonald. Miss Loudelle Potts ;
and Mrs. Bee Jackson. The event will I
be staged under the direction of Miss ι
Penelope Morgan, home demonstration '
The county health champion also will
be selected July 5, the Judges being
Miss Anne Gulley and Miss Helen Pitt- ί
man, county nurse.
Idaho was admitted to the Union
ί July 3, 1890. '
MANY FEATURES TO MARK
VIRGINIA PRESS MEETING
Winner of Qrumman Cup to Be
Announced at Colonial Beach
Special Dispatch to The Star.
CULPEPER. Va., June 28 —Many
attractive features will mark the pro
gram prepared for the forty-fourth
annual meeting of the Virginia Press
Association at Colonial Beach this week,
with Rufua G. Roberts of Culpeper,
president of the association, presiding
Announcement of tht winner of the
Fred C. Grumman Cup, awarded an
nually to the "Beat All-Round Weekly
In Virginia," will be made the first day
of the session. This cup is being com- !
peted for by 15 of the leading fieekliee. '
Bruce Crawford, editor of Crawford's
Weekly of Norton, Va., will make an
address on "My Experience in Ken
tucky." and J. A. Osborne, editor of
the Virginia Gazette, will speak on
"The Restoration Work at Williams
burg." William L. Daley, Washington
representative of the National Editorial
Association, will discuss "National
Legislation Affecting the Press."
A tour of the many historic places
in the Northern Neck of the State will
feature the sea&ion, and delegates will
be taken to Stratford, the home of the
Leee; Wakefield, the restored Wash
ington home; Oak Grove, where the
young Oeorfe Washington first attended
school, and Montrose, the county seat
of Westmoreland County, with the
marble tablet bearing the famous
LINE PARIS BOULEVARDS
Twenty-five hundred people applied
in 1931 for the little wooden stalls
which line the chief boulevards of
Paris. Prance, during the Christmas
and New Year holidays.
In Fine Tapestry Coverings 1
$69.75 Two-Piece Living
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chair, upholstered in home
$95 Two-Piece Living Room
Suite upholstered in tapestry
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$149 Τ a ρ e s t r y-Covered
Kroehler Living Room Suite
with loose pillow back. Large
settee and lounge thair.
$169 Genuine Mohair
Two-Piece Living Room
Suite with fancy dropped
carvings. Settee and lounge
July Clean-Sweep Sale of Odd and Occasional Pieces I
$17.75Gateleg $ 1 ^5.95
■ Table 10==
any Finished Π Qp
Table · / ν
$1.98 Mahogany $1 .19
Finished Τ able.. A —^
Finished Desk.. J =
hogany Fin- $1Α·75
ished Desk.. v"~"
$6.75 Velour $^.49
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$10.75 Velour $/.98
Pull-up Chair .. U—
$4.98 Cabinet $^.85
Store & Warehouse Clean-Sweep of Bed Room Suites Store & Warehouse Clean-Sweep of Dining Suites
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$98 75 FOUR-PIECE GENUINE
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$148.75 FOUR-PIECE GENUINE
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Side Chair .
Other Summer Furniture
(Chairs, Rockers, Etc.) Reduced
Mahogany-Finished $21.95 Breakfast Set,
Including Gateleg Table
Made of mahogany-finished gumwood. The set
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chairs to matel
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Day Beds and Studio Couches %
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Complete with Cretonne
$21.75 Studio Couch
A modern Combi
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