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blood are removed chiefly by your kidneys.
Getting Up Nights, Burning Passages, Back
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matle Pains, Dtrsiness, Circles Under Eyes,
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non-organlc and non-systemlc Kidney and
Bladder troubles. Usually In auch cases, the
very first dose of Cystex goes right to work
helping the Kidneys flush out excess acids
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ily make you feel younger, stronger and bet
ter than In years. A printed guarantee
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sures an Immediate refund of the full cost
Unless you are completely satisfied. You have
everything to gain and nothing to lose under
this positive money back guarantee ao get
Cjstex from your druggist today for only :5a.
SCAT-CAT IN THE MAKING—Bo Lamar, jr., 12, Is shown in his half-completed Manassas Scat- .
Cat, which he hopes will carry him to victory in the third Washington Soap Box Derby Satur
day. Bo and the other Derby racer builders in Washington and vicinity were to turn their coaster
cars in for inspection today at the Chevrolet dealers where they registered. The 1940 Derby will
be held on Pennsylvania averme S.E. between Alabama and Branch avenues. —Star Staff Photo.
Soap Box Derby Boys Face
Car Inspection Tomorrow
Careful Inspection of the 1940
field of Soap Box Derby racers will
begin tomorrow at the Randle
Heights School, Thirtieth street
and Pennsylvania avenue S.E., in
preparation for Washington's third j
coaster race for boys on Saturday. !
In accordance with letters of in
struction mailed to the more than
200 Derby racers in the Washington
Metropolitan Area, the coaster cars
were to be turned in today to the
11 salesrooms of the Washington
Chevrolet Dealers’ Association, where
a preliminary checkup is to be made.
The homemade speedsters then
will be taken to the school, where
the Inspection Committee will begin
its work tomorrow. Inspection of
the racers will be handled by a 29
man committee headed by John R.
Weltzel, commander of Bunker Hill
Post, American Legion.
The inspection will determine if
the boy-built cars are made accord
ing to the 1940 rules, which require
that each racer be constructed to
certain dimensions at a cost of no
more than $10. Any car showing
evidence of adult construction will
be barred from the race.
On a special radio broadcast yes
terday Derby Director Zeb T. Ham
ilton listed some last-minute con
struction items to be checked by
the boy racers. The program was
broadcast over Station WMAL.
Meanwhile, Derby headquarters
In The Star Building was busy pre
paring to mail final instructions to
each Derby entrant. Inclosed with
the final Instructions will be two
tickets for grandstand seats at the
finish line on Pennsylvania avenue
S.E. on Derby Day.
The grandstand, which is to be
erected near Carpenter street, will
seat approximately 1,000 people.
Lengths of snow fence will be
erected paralleling the course to
protect private lawns on the day
of the race.
The running of the elimination
heats will begin at 11 a.m. and con
tinue through the day until a new
Washington champion has been
chosen. The boys will race in heats
of three cars each.
(Watch The Star for Derby News.)
"Discontinued Styles” Closeout!
A^$2.25 Knitted Rayon
Lace-trimmed top and
Lusciously soft knitted rayon daintily
trimmed with sheer val type lace.
Nice moulding bust line, skirt so de
signed that it will not ride up.
Ideal for traveling and for the busi
ness girl. They wear well, wash and
dry in a Jiffy—and require no ironing.
Blush and a few White.
More Slips, $1.85 & $2
Vanity Fairs, $1.39
Favorite tailored style now discon
tinued. Knitted rayon in blush, white.
$2 Petticoats of white knitted
Combinations — cool all-in
ones of knitted rayon. Special
ly priced at _ _$1.19
BUYING SLIPS IN SETS OF THREE
.is proven economy and particularly so
••at these marked SAVINGS.
Grey Shops, Second Floor
Opening our summer FUR SALE!
See announcement on adjoining page. The dramatic new fashions and the definite
savings say “You MUST attend !h
t *1 & 11.25 COMPACTS
mer styles! Ovals,
oblongs, in pan
cake and snuff
Persian Prints. 18th Century Scenes, Flower
Prints. Tapestries. Engine Turn Stripes.
Shaded Pastels, Alligator Grain, English
Garden Prints, Maple Leaves. Flowered
Cloissonne, Pearl Flower Centers, Ribbon
Motifs and many other delightful treat
RED, WHITE, BLUE, WINE,
BROWN, GOLD, GREEN,
Thoughtful Hostess Gifts, Birthday Presents,
Going-away Vacation Presents
More fun under
"Dresden Doll” Liberty - type
rosebud floral cotton dressmaker
print in blue. Pretty as can be!
Sizes 32 to 38.
Play Suit, $3.95
Shirt and shorts attached and
a matching skirt, flared, front
. buttoning. Sizes 12 to 18.
Wrinkle-shedding rayon repa
line shirt and slacks outfit in
colors you’ll want by thf pal
ette-ful! Gold, geranium, blue
bell, natural, white, navy. Sizes
12 to 20.
Beach Shop, Third Fjoor
Hundreds of $3 95
A mighty unusual event!
Marking our first event of
the season at this low
Spun Rayons, Rayon
Crepes, Rayon Sharkskin,
Rayon jersey, cotton voiles.
Shirtwaist classics, but
ton-front coat styles, con
trasting blouse tops—
Candy stripes, shirting
stripes, flower stripes, pin
dots and polka dots, com
binations of checks and
dots with solid colors!
Misses', 12 to 20
Women's, 38 to 44
share in this Cotton
Spun rayons as well as
cottons in a style-array
you’ll revel in! 9 to 15.
Cotton Shop, Fifth Floor
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8 oz. jar of KRAFT'S
and 7 oz. can of
SHOULDER ^ .
VEAL CHOPS lb25e
Meaty Rib Veal Chops_ib. 35c
Stewing Veal_ib. 10c
SHOULDER a ■
LAMB CHOPS-Ib 25
Stewing Lamb_2 ib«. 15c
Steer Beef Liver_n>. 23c
D. G. S. P f
SLICED BACON-lb 25
Brandywine Sliced Bacon_ib. 25c
Palace Sliced Bacon_ib. 21c
SUNSHADE A AA.
ROLL BUTTER - - 4lb- OOc
D. G. S. Creamery Butter_ib. 35c
Dee Gee Selected Eggs-do*. 31c
Sunshade All-White Eggs_do*. 35c
HI LEY BEtLE A 4 A.
Freestone Peaches- 0lb* 13C
Juicy California Oranges_am. 25c
Large Sunkist Lemons_doz. 23c
Santa Rosa Plums_3 n». 23c
CANTALOUPES . - 219C
Stringless Green Beans-3 ibs. 19c
Home Grown Cucumbers_3 for 1 Oc
Crisp Red Radishes_3 bunches 10c
Iceberg Lettuce_2 heads 15c
RED-ftfPE, FANCY A 4 A.
TOMATOES . ..0lb* 13C
Libby's Fancy lg«- g§ A
Fruit Cocktail-N°»»2 * 9c
Crosse & Blackwell lg*- gt ^
COMET RICE.3 ” " 19c
RITTER CATSUP_IS 9c
Grapefruit Juice... « “• 17c
Sweetened or Unsweetened.
Enriched with Vitamin B-l 4 A
Post Toasties-pkg* I OC
SILVER DUST DISH CLOTH- - - - - p«. 21c
Ken-L-Ration Dog Food - - 3 d£, 23c
SPRY Shortening... 3145c
Slightly Higher in Virginia Stores
From Palm and Olive Oils !
Palmolive Soap- cake QQ I
Slightly Higher in Virginia Stores
r. You Can ^
Depend on the
D. G. S.
Every D. G. S. product
represents the highest
quality merchandise that
can be procured. Every
D. G. S. product is un
and sold with a "MONEY
REFUNDED IF NOT
! D. G. S. Sliced
No'!', | ye
can I #
D. G. S. Fancy
D. G. S. Golden Bantam
2 12 01t r
vacuum M V
D. G. S. Certified
i it. ^
D. G. S. Evaporated
D. G. S. Pure
D. G. S. All-White
3 roll* 20'
D. G. S. Kitchen
3 roll. 23'
D. G. S. Book
20A, I Cc
each I a#
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