The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 75, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 4, 1934 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS
Deniton Prtu Marshall Shows
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Is John Marshall. Chief Justice ut
the Supreme Court of the United
States." He carried my market-
'basket home yesterday. Why do
you think lie did it?" tho young
man asked. “To teach you the dlf.
ference between a real gentleman
and a snob," was tho caustic reply.
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A story that is fully attested as
to Its truthfulness is told of Chief
Justice Jolir? Marshall that Illus-
trates true gentility. As he was tak
Ing a morning walk in Washington,
plainly, almost shabbily dressed, he
encountered a young man at the
market place. A market-basket
well filled was at the feet of the
young man and he was saying to
the market-man: “I wonder where
all the niggers are this morning. I
Can t find anyone to carry my bas-
ket home." The Chief Justice said:
“Where do you live?" The answer
was 204 Avenue A. 'Well, I am
going your way. I will carry it for
They started, the judge carrying
the basket. The young man noticed
that the people they met all bowed
very politely to the volunteer por-
ter and wondered who he could be.
i hi- basket was deposited at the
door, pay was offered, but declined.
The next day while walking with
u lr.eiul. lids young man saw the
volunteer porter In a group
of lawyers. He said: "Who is that*
plain old fellow that they are list-1
ening to?" His friend replied: That
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
n n a
REMOVES WET HAT, HIKER
SAVED FROM LIGHTNING
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah—Bari
W. Stauffer is alive because he took
off his hat.
He was standing on the summit
of Bald Mountain near here when
a sudden thunderstorm came up.
While standing under shelter from
the rain, he removed his wet hat.
Lightning struck him. It hit both
shoulders, traveled down his body
and through his left leg, ripping
the bottom of his trouser leg, burst-
ing the shoe and tearing a hole In
his left foot.
Ho was unconscious for about an
hour and was found later by an-
other group of hikers, wandering
up and down tho mountain, deliri-
ous, carrying his shoo.
Physicians said the fact lie had
removed the wet hat, uccountod
for his being alive
! death Sunday by leaping nude lale
a swarm of yellowjackets, author.-
ties reported. His condition *ii re-
garded as serious by hospital at-
MAN SEEKS TO DIE
BY LEAPING STRIPPED
TAMPA, Fla.—Ramon Perez, 34.
an unmployed ciparmaker, sought
Firemen were summoned to res-
cue Perez and while they burned
weeds to drive off the wasps, bis
mother. Mrs. C. Perez, pulled him
from danger. .She was stung twice.
Perez refused medical aid at the
hospital. There was hardly a place
on his body that was not swollen
from the stings
WITZ EIGHTH ANNUAL SALE NOW
IN FULL BL AST
Hundreds of customers are returning for
more bargains. Values thought Impossible
are making their appearance daily!
Mrs. Robert Cox announces the
re-opening of her Kindergarten and
Pre-Primary school on Sept. 17tn,
at 214 N. Barrett. Telephone
820-W. , 71—fit
Here’s Your Chance
p Ol’VKb.ll I INI I UN ATIOMAI GARIPOV CO
To Double the Purchaiir
Power of Your
“THAT LITTLE GAME
Iht SifcBA luiiStd
Come! Come! Come!
"CoMCAX ftor l
Teue You SumPin' Fohn'iV
ON MY uJAY Yo A GAME
LAST Nl6HT t SAW A
SHOOTIN& STAR. OVEU
CAi LEFT SHOULDER,
Th£Y say it's Good Luck,
and sore enough i
Pot The cleanek on
the gang —
CASH paid for furniture and other
articles. Jennings Bargain Store.
Phone 100. tf
ON MY UUAY To A CAME
LAST NIGHT \ F >rOG
Tyjo Four LEftfEi -lovers
And in the- Gf c i lost
MY ujholE \ -'D.
Piffle on That stuff.
You caught Good
152 to *fi 1’iCU DAY can be made by i
hustler presenting worthy prupo- I
sit.on from house to l.ouse and
person to person in Denison. If
you are a hustler, honest, and '
can stay on the job, call 300 tor
FOR RENT—why keep the f»r rent
s gn hanging on your door when
by spending a little money adver-
tising in the classified columns
you may secure a renter?
LOST—Somebody finds most ev-
erything that is lost. Advertise j
your lost articles in the Press
classified columns and watch for *
UheTmAIN THING ON MAIN STREET”
By L. FVan
ALTER Tut ROOF OP
SHOP HAD BEEN DESTCCN-
ED BV EIRE, A NUMBER
OE OUR GOOD GTIZEN6
PITCHED RIGHT IN AND
BUILT A NEW ONE-.
<3lNCE OUR GOOD
Citizens need eoo-
BACk'S meats, they
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By ALBERTINE RANDALL
i OH- MY (MISTAKE. ’ l'T;SOUGHT(
You SAID " THANK YOU
\nd You’ll Jump Out of Bed in
the Morning Rarin to Go
It you feel sour end sunk and the world
looks punk, don't swallow a lot of aalta, min-
eral water, oil, laxative candy or chewing gum
ard expect them to make you suddenly swat
and buoyant and full of sunshine.
For they can’t do It. They only move the
bowels and a mer* movement doesn't get at
the oause. The reason for your down-and*wat
feeling is your liver. It should pour out two
pounds of liquid bile into your bowaia daily.
If this bile le net flowing freely, your food
doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels.
Gas bloats up your stomach. You have a
thick, bad taste and your breath is foul,
tint., VMic KIIU JUUI 11: r»ui ll tuui.
•kin often breaks out in blemisnee. Your head
aches end you feel down and out. Your whole
system is poisoned.
It takes those good, old CARTER'S
LITTLE LIVER PILLS to get these two
i pounds ol bile flowing freely and make you
I feel “up ami up.” They
• harmless, gentle vegetable extracts, a maxing
when it cornea to making the bile flow fraaly.
But don’t ask for liver pills. Ask for Carter's
Little Liver Pills. Look for the name Carter's
Little Liver Pills on the red label. Rantat a
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 75, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 4, 1934, newspaper, September 4, 1934; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth737535/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.