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title: 'The Corpus Christi caller. (Corpus Christi, Tex.) 1918-1987, September 30, 1921, CAUSEWAY EDITION, B, Image 9',
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CnRI'IJS rHKISTI, TKXAS, FICllJAY, SKITKMBKH :i0, 1921.
OH MORK THAN TWO YEARS, the pcoplo of
Han Patricio and Nueces counties, with a mutual ity
of interest, purpowi and napiitttion so ovidonbatQ
admit of no qtiMiion of doubt, have boon separated
Vy one of Nature's barrier.
Now that barrier has been briclgacl and CuiondB
and neighbors of former yearn will onue more ulaigp
iiaiul.; in happy jrreeiinK and good fellowship.
Speaking. a$ it knows it may, for the citizenship of Corpus
! in irh and Nmw County, The Caller extends the glad hand of
heady and sincere welcome to th- people of San Patricio county
and once more welcomes thorn to a renewal of thone mutually
l( a -ant and profitable relationship which existed two yearn ago.
The Caller foela that it voices the common nentimentH of the
citizenry of both counties when it declares that by thinking, plan
ning, acting, working and pullinff together with eye and' pur
pose .-ingle to the advancement of every nook and cornor of these
two threat commonwealth and every enterprise and purpose that
will furlher their common wiierente, we may all-citizens of both
eounises wilne ika.iiUmMM o our dream of prograjfi and
rojniy mucn sooner man otne wfe would be pomlolo.
San Patricio and Nuecc counties comprise the major portion
f what is now uni veracJly recognized an tho most productive as
well as the largest area of rich black land in the great southwest.
Wfiat it will contribute to tjfoe pronparity and happinoM of tens of
h usands yet to come already has been cHtabltthod by Itsachiovo- .
m of the past few ya&. With lam than a third of their com
: u, il area in cultivation, ft require no Kiretch of the imagination
ision the future greatness.
Our problems are identical. Our interest are mutual. Our
fnirjMise is one.
So, ImmChow hanfl, San Patricio! Let'MWork and pull together
for a weat and glorious future for this incomparable land whieh
is our common heritage arid the guarantee of our common future.