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   Morning Times, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1929, Corpus Christi, Texas                              34 PAGES TODAY s Sundry Edition A y UNITED PRESS WIRK UP SUNDAY AUGUST TOTALS TO REACB VOLUME MARK TBIS WEEK Willie Trapped Chicagos saost lias been captured after Jatesse man was trapped to an apartment occupied by LUilaa Tirho declared she lene Mm oaly as a Press Nearly Bales Ginned In Past Week Total For Season Between Isl Keport Of Cans Through mt IVweees County j Jke Crop San Palricio Cotton Just Opening Up and Move ment Started I Cotton ginnings In Nuecesj county during tbe past week j are estimated to have been between and bringing the the season thus far to be tween and according to figures obtained Saturday by The Corpus Chris j I proper led IB the Kinniflgs for the county with a total of 13 245 bales for the entire thus The Bishon ter ritory Avas second with total of bales anil Sobstown with a total of The1 Corpus Christi figures are derived from a total of hales ginned hy tho Caldiircll Gin the More man the Farm Bureau and the Thompson and McDonald A total of 1627 bales Tmd been ginned bv the Arnixn as com pared with a total of S50 hales reached Saturday a week The total at Chapman Ranch reached hales as 1707 bales a creek show ing aa increase of approximately per cent this shoxced a total for the season of 580 as compared wjth 240 hales a week The Banquets fries1 this turned xvut a total briixsriiifir the total for the season 911 Cinnmgs during the past approached the worlds record cotton ginned iii one which was set during the tveek begin ning Darius that a total of 21 47S hales ot coti TSrere At that T j was one of the Jargfcst cotton jiarec Urivers Injured Bales Business And Industrial Staffs Of Puff PA Trails A Hand 1 Gty kcreased Greatly To Handle Figures Show HeavTload Of Many Factors Receipts Average From To Bales1 Daily New Higa Record Week Film War After fceiag Harry Trauj by other actors froia Attackers ia Los belten he had refused to join A dose shop move Exports Are Less Britsuxu To Set For Cargoes With Bale Shipment With bales of the crop hand at local eoiu aud receipts averaging from MOO to feales each crj TKrt figures tor the next months through the port of Cor pus Christ will send the total for tho poason well on toward a now high record persons lu close touch tho situation predicted Saturj Business fe boomias the cot masses tor shipment to the a fields and sins of to eotton i the cotton oftleea of Corpus the bulk ot the labor 1 GhristL its not only tbe jpoes to industries immediately con the at or with cotton ricking the cottou offices that the compressing and cotton season work and For there are 602 xno plenty of working on the docks including There are many ramHicatjons to wad ratl the cotton season whicJU the road montlis period the most naviRatiou time tor Corpus io port Bring able Port AIM vetapment M Favorable Rates Gained J Kvory line of work must be speed ed Outside workers by hundreds must he brought here known to be dirocUy connected i help carrv the peak loads as coti Five hotels estimate thnt thoroi 457 persons stopping who i Of Broker Houses To Follow Shipments To Port Through Saturday titan bales had been the the slow most ofj because of had weather tliat held up picking in Ote latter part of last season amounted to more ton picked by nimbls brown finders Turn to Pleased Sinclair Asks China President For j Seem Near To Jail Release Actual Battle ssociate Time Arxuetl Conflicts Reported Colfee will bulk large iu the ture of Uto Port of Corpus Christ i and may result in cousidoraWo do vclopment tvc tho city ur cordial to lUW comor in th coffee who is ol thu Nuecos Coffee compawv cnu but one thmp to hln jtltr of coffeo this port with the rvaultaiit sarinRs bt afOeUd for and ij rail The ground work for a tsirnpalsn i to bLcuro lower rates is now botnK Of tmportuiico in shipments iti a Ginning Total To Set Record fc tif A r Is Prediction Vfark Of Bales On nea In Week Of Probably Will Fall Bur ing Next Seven Days J f Seasons Peak 411 Activities Of City Move At Higher Speed To Care For Crop s A record which teas stood since is due to fall ixtre this week as tho cotton of south ami Texas Is jccntrated at the docks foif shipment to the worlds i according to predic jUous made by men interested in all angles of the cottoa With Millionaire Also At Points Wrniirr Yar Appeals For CUmeucyi churianSiberiaii Of Hoover Lille or almost 10 times Harry the present total forihe 1923 seaj Sinclair has applied for rxecuiw havo cargo will he set Wednesday it he sailing of the Hritsum jenrv between and bales The former high record was j bales set by the Wuhan last The Brltsum will sail the entire the All Rus Ljuedo and other rontrul and IVxus By United Press behind Port of Corpus armpd conflict at uiJ their ac Thousands Of People Attend Aune Funeral TluMo wero 21JT3 hales of tun Rhused In oonnty in tha endinjc 1 setting u rtcind that Jooal men rlaiai Is iTlio HtHtion led with town second niul Corpus Chrbtl third in Attjiiuliiff this on total mKil in the eouiity Uist near the ivcord uti it ortl of weok will foil nlay night Munchurlan rapitol vlco of heforo moiuxhr HIT Itizul can Ixj mark In 192 of bales uf aishily morf tUm At that tirno the total Ton of Minu younutium this which S23 will exceed tUf dauplifr of Audrey gejicral agent local the the total to more than i hales for the serenday The sails Wednesday for Genoa and oilier Italian It agenteci In the Gull hy Thomas jHice of and locally The It of the petition arc hoing ini Moscow denied that her itniided iB understood official confirmaUon m in a u of including Harry the Ntnv Orhuns or sorsio orhtr napped or president of the Tulsa inslrsmred Us ge National luive to notify rioiisly In Double Race Accident Uiikins and Biehl Anil clear Thurs seasons on record of 1929 cotxon jcrop had been The Bishop section israsv tirst in Bobstownj semnd and CorpusChristi third r expected this recordwill fall Son vas threev drivers coastwise selrotzslyand six Spectators Turn to Page ot the countys has aljhnrt wliei1 automohiles ready heen reached in a double accident during jf f JVl55tl ti the of the largest ITJUiH AIL those of Corpus Bishop and are yet to he teatttre race at the Uli fair Tlie accident as SL climax to sM it is taotight that Perhaps of tho state 000 hales of cotton vria be la this Bounty next LCSpjThe total amount spectators in a great cloud cars came Hundreds track a3ad highway to dtity at the Attorney coEiroittatJon tlay for The Ida who is uiultr BoydCaropbelL and to he with tramp steamer arc iudeCiEite bull Sinclair was in Wash permay get out The Bora Weems this Sinclair5 according to Major William superir tendcnt of the district is as jrood now as lien he catered the jail May Peak is really I than ivhen he fvras far as I cati the superintendent he is I neitherphysically ill nor mentally fiis that China was prepared resist jf invadesL I The lonjrue o nntiong waXcli the situatfou closejy and prepared to intervene if In POISOR Plot j Hi Id ywny 1ur homo criiflfnaJh wofe of the cotton Hor miuiiaied l5e Valjey the following w becn td luto burlap barn bound wire and thrown 3u for Motive Fish Is Reported i and the of the frothy so vw wu 1BEU0 Jius pica tor f T VVL C Wiw4 I sharp eyed dctecilvcs Jcept tfickers at a o 11 for characters in and jftluj lte cottoa is beiag giaaed about ujimlful of the speedi concentrate tnora Hiie port fotjen worMfig to care for this apes County Jail And Flees In Car Ambulaiices and motofists rushed the fafnred hospitals a f fa ft jji8tory started Saturdav night for Scssell Gibson As since June has been sereiBg coneagrrentlsthe three months contempt sentence j f Cor lie wideflung M a me rosjoery or tne Amer Saturday night in National in h thr Cedara daring dash for Hbertr escaped5 M Valorem Tax C t o roh and kill Fish And Jew FisK JDotemtas aimuci jwcalthv Cily resident aod A record tach of fish was poraier vie President of Uic Mar in oil Saiurdav T ti ir sixmonth sentence afternoon by a plotto Stoap CoHijis Juederer and Stewart acting on intorraaj memhersof the arrested Hyde and the cotton picker Checked iijinaiuj OE trie ISetiuid OJd atose muraowr ftlways s Turn to Poaca to pile up agfiinBt Satur Dance Is Given For Ad Visitors services Intlie uatiire of Irafea whicJs pick up tcota valley north at unload them at the docks ben Oa Held For San tonians Trucks are goiog attop Press diftgatchjes from Atistia day tarry Tvord ot fbe Cottonpleker who g a ia bis A dlarter operating j Truck company is working tfvisy on the roof compaay Hyde M4 illie Plaxa hotel and a midnight trucks and 10 Friday Goree escaped faced three charges of Mglnvay Saturday Goree and Itotli terms for escapedThis day after a j They different antosiohSes nt the of a gun during their attempt to out of the OUR WEATHER MAN CarlMarches J from tie OMafcoraa couatv ter a at attaches IPm Qibsoa saved his throusK skylight the mnta 1Boor of the jairandeseaped as aud has lishettj streams In the States JIlctLv Jo JL JUtLCtl were rsn today Ths tax urope and hunted on every coa cacght four tarpoa and a JsmalJ red Led s chocking acj or more mtirobcrs of tjie San City Bottling Antonio Ad clwh who reached searching lor reported was eompauy wldcit as backed by uus GlirlsU Saturday on i tiie aiijiual outing of tbe opened thedoor for an f cents oa ttre Jimmy tax board ia secre tied with Two other there late A talks atthe dJaner were a 50pouBd WiHettj One City erj made Tor S caught a152pouad fish andfSed reporfs that Hyde the cl meeting sispotmd red fHJt and B attempted to kill Collins hy Charles was poison ic Ms soft jduced hy Sidney m cotmi count acted but i 4 OttiVt jtW M 1 j notified to out j was thought to have escaped in j of tb and ptmited tlic of TERRELL FIELD CHOSEN Us toast Ro former WcDonaW said tbal in Abert Avlea ten of tbe Kooa Motor Beiirer forced Louiis Lowenbefiu i opes th0 took aod diamonds Sode ia to fsled Sere Saturday hy autosaoblk It fceipute OTer the tax pleasare and the tfcHli day tbe department of com to be a grandliieved Tiers that Gibson wotsld as the board fighter of George Keade of tempt to inake Ms way war fame against Bstty aJKansas his reported to beuieee of Keeretary ot Treasury TO FORT that aftecj Forecast for Corpus Christ and imty Partly ctewdy with tHobabilily of occasional iftunderf problem was merely one ot ot Blitz1 tlse County asd District were alienated by Beall Attorneys associatioa Texas j Blitz is prominent real estate j be held at Fort it was deL dealer ot this city and Saa Eranfcided here Saturday in the closing Iff of the 1323 p lihe streams aat bodies of water presWeat of Texas Military col1 his pleasure ia being In jtbat he Iiad aone offered i lege received advices Suturl Corpus and complimented i t city on the development that district division of tbalih manifest with a strip 10Jlhan aa hour beMjad the closed j The party ejects to leave for j the college luul been deslgnaiea1 manapret of the LarUotapo of the prirat If It had been expected ithe rate Wotsld be Sxed Quickly as tlie cioaeaj The party ejects to leave for j the college luul been deslgnaiea1 of LarUo prime ofj yew Yorlc the early part of the location ot a school of of a ectea J short hvortfa Highest temperature I Lowest I Rainfall SaiHng xUI favorable with light to moderate jnostJy or i Conditions Fair prevalent in all exeeptfng areas of locaf shtrw coast s Hot conditions prevail over I of the Mississippi with nearly tempera Thundtr showers may occur J By United Press Missauf fair Sunday partly iwwch in J cloutfy Sunday not in and i 544 Kew Subscribers have been added to The Corpus Christi Times since August 16 If you are not a regular sub Just telephone 2400 and stre as yotir name an3 The route boy will o6c per You get Serea issues each week with colored consic section and twelve page magazine section as part of the Big NOTICE TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS Iu case you fail to receive your paper on please 2 and make complaint and yowr paper will be sent by special mes Tbe rootc boys have so many XPW stibscribera that they are apt to forget for a few READ THE CHRISTIS LEADING PAPER largest Paid Circulation in Corpus Carry Nations Aide And Militant Minister Kansas Split Over Fad As Wichita Girls Stroll Nonchalantly In Barelegged TCS flppfx footed youth was at large Saturday i conditions in t 50 Vin in i and Wichitas and fo investigate at first ham vice than jumped to ber feet Indijj and shaking her finger JIB the ministers quoted t Myra former aide to he told We are verges 30 and Carry Js working for same of Isiaati for an ordinance to prohibit stocks Im tvorfeingr for the His watchmen are They a i are all without they jt 4 tui rfVlfLJlAH ing of n cold drink stand ut a vomCT from appearingInpHed VW uroan section ot Dallas early SatpuWIC wandered ino tbe arent you abouljarealldoxnf nor station SatarUay on one of lier petUwothJrds of Wichitas loviiisr saw Use fteeins There to tlip and the IL rail That opened the argument tbe dogs arc they Tise Ud one street pastor de Brmvn Mtmorial j I cant with you on never havo enough and down anotlrtnutJ tlie boys Reform On a months Thero are much j are shepherds tljat can not car the polkc csfttion fmm Ws tbe declared the rain pastor and down anotlrtnutJ tlie rand lite jtolkc Pofcc one ot the Bad donnod towers more than hut tiic oilier disappeared In the a huffe fcftt and weiglia tnore tlmn 200 j DrmKPifc to stand on his and joined the j vros osUmatcd at to aid In clftanlDg Wichita who less i They have al tnrwd to their own each one to hii from every Turn to Page KOFI The Corpus phrfcrtJ Studio Telephone 1WAY 3 ta 3 SO Zatemational Bible Students to 4 pro 4 to 5 Tignal AJJss Helen Sale on Deck of Plaza hotel to to 1 to 8 S to 8 30 Attto Sir to 3 Ktei MJM 9 to tare   

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