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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 1 June 1928

Friday, Jum 1, 1928 THE CALDWELL NEW8 If t r Í* 1 M i i i 1 rH I .o Honuments 1 am agent lor the latest designs of ell kinds of monumente Material and workmanship the vary beet ebteineble. Ny pricee are right. Cen eetiefy eny one. Work gueranteed. I. F. WARD We have in stock at all times the most ser- viceable and economical Automobile Tires you can find anywhere at our LOW PRICES. \ I At our Sales and Service Station you will find exactly what | | you want in Tires, Tubes or Parts. Call around sometime. I: GAS Homeyer Brothers OILS i * > < Did You Know That Only about 66 per cent of the pigs farrowed on farms are marketed. As a result swine raisers, it is estimated get no dircct benefit from 14 per cent of the feed given to the hogs. These facts have been brought out by a study carried on by the Depart- ment of Agriculture for a period of five years, made on the United States Animal Husbandry Experi- ment Farm at Beltsville, Md., where • large number of sows are main- tained ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 1 June 1928

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, Jum 1, 1928 TIE CAUWELl mt A Ml Burleson County Ledger C. E. Cronartic, Editor Entered u second class matter at Hm Caldwell, Texas, Postoffice, under act of Congress, March S, 1879. Published weekly by The "Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, corner Buck and Main Streets, Cald- well, Texas. Subscription Price: 1 Year la County ll-50 Out of County 2 00 Faith in Our City There are some merchants in Cald- well who make it a practice to de- ride the city and to howl about hard In most instances those mer- chants were once in moderate fi- nancial circumstances. It seems to us that they should at least be grateful to the city that has not only provided them with a livelihood but has made them financially in- dependent, so far as their ever be- ing in want is concerned. If those merchants are unable to sense the feeling of gratefulness for what Caldwell has done for them, they should realize that it is unbe- coming for them to malign .the town whenever they ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 1 June 1928

Friday, Jiim 1, 1028 THE CALDWELL NEWS r • * * * t > ♦ f r ( * i ♦ i < rh u CURRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS *80 Extracted From the Files Of the Caldwell News-Chronicle May 29, 1903. Twenty five years ago the county was exceedingly dry according to the various rural correspondents whose weekly letters appeared on the front page. 1 he Yellow Prairie corres- pondent had the following to say: Farmers are needing rain badly and the truck is beginning to suffer from the drought. The Deanvilie corres- pondent said, "gardens are getting thiisty and a good rain would benefit crops generally. Oats are being har- vested, making a fair yield. Most of the corn about here is of northern origin, and promises a sad disappoint- ment to the grangers who planted Yankee seed corn." The Volney cor- respondent wag wishing for rain. Somerville said that a good rain was needed. ^ >me of the items of interest that appeared among the rural corres- pondent reports for the week...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 1 June 1928

TIB CALDWELL NBWS Friday, June 1, IMS V m TO SPECIAL XCURSION Galveston JUNE 3rd Bathing Girls Revue Santa [ei V* wJ v y $3.50 Round Trip Tickets on Sale for Trains Arriving Galveston. June 2 and Sunday morning, June 3. Lim- ited to June 4. Fir Particulars See Your Santa Fe Agent Woodsburner Penal- izes the South The South cannot afford to permit the woodaburner to stand in the way if attaining its rightful place in the economic life of the country, nays he Forest Service, United States Pe- >artment of Agriculture. "The South has it within its power to eliminate its forest fire risk since man alone is practically responsible. Man-caused forest fires can be prevented by curbing careless fire users and by firm dealings with the malicious fire setter. Life and economic values are just as seriously at stake from the brand of the woodsburner as the careless match of the townsman." PREVENTS INFECTION The greatest discovery in flesh healing is the marvelous Borozone • preparation that c...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 1 June 1928

^n0 ■ Jfc JtaWaBBBa ■ CLASSIFIED MS POR SALE—Blackberries at 25c Callón on vine. Chas. Kovar. 6-lp FOR SALE—Cotton Seed for planting. Prank Bravenec, Chries- man, Texas, Route 1. 4p EYES EXAMINED—Glasses fit- ted. Dr. P. R. Dunn, Licensed Opto- metrist of Hearne, at Stone and Hitchcock's Drug 8tore every Tues- day, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. POR 8ALE—Several choice Po- land China pigs sired by the cham- pion registered Poland China boar of Burleson County. Inquire Cald- vdi News. FEMALE HELP WANTED WE PAY $1.20 dozen, sewing bun- galow aprons at home. Spare time. Thread furnished. No button holes. Send SUmp. CEDAR GARMENT FACTORY, Amsterdam, New York. Breed up your hog —By using the best Poland China boar in Burleson County. Charges reasonable. In- qiire Caldwell News. NOTICE PROPERTY OWNERS This is to advise the property own- ers of Burleson County that I have been appointed County Surveyor of Milam County to succeed my father and will be glad to do surveying in Burleson County when needed—...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 1 June 1928

Dwuxmnrs Friday, Juna 1, IMS m i • Hoarding Money Mrs. Karnes Gives Luncheon Individual safety and comi tunity growth depend upon the bank- tag of money. In the case of the individual, hoarding money about the person or premia*! endangers every waking and slseplng hour through fear of loan by fire or burglary. To the community, hoarding money and keeping it from circula- ron in the banks, retards the growth of the community, and there- by fcsiwns the usefulness of the bank in its service to depositors. Your own personal safety and your duty to your community de- mands that you put your money on deposit in the bank. We solicit your aoMMMft hare. The First St&te B&nk j Caldwell, Texas IH Pi 1TiTirgimnPP i ♦ ♦♦♦!■ ■ <"H i i i -i 'i i i i ♦■un í I I i 1*"*"' 11 m-m i1 *' • Remember Your Mother . Sunday, May 13th, is Mother's Day. No one !! wants to nogloct Mother. A beautiful Box of ; ;; Mother Day Candy will be appreciated by her. Getyit at Caldwell Drug Co. W. N. COLEMAN, M...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

. L > 1 t * Km lafmwé jrMur Coaatjr. Subscribe to Tlw News. !A L And The Burleson County Ledger V«i Tiaaa. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 22. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. JUNE 8, 1928 Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, HIGH SCHOOL BAND TO GIVE CONCERT TONIGHT Burleson County Crops Very Flattering Today HARVEST PEEPING 11100110 CORNER Recent Rains Plaoes County In Excellent Shape. Large Crops Of All Kinds Looking Fine. Outlook Very Optimistic. The crop outlook in Burleson coun- ty today was hardly ever more prom- ising. The entire county reflects a fair amount of future prosperity fol- lowing the large plantings of nearly every kind of a crop that is grown in this section, and the intensive cul- tured methods persued by nearly ev- ery planter. A person would have to travel far and wide to witness this county's equal this year. Burleson county's crops are generally pro- el a i m e d excell...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

CALDWELL NEWS Friday, June 8, 1988. Political Calender Varfo*« Lavs to be Complied With June Saturday Before Third Monday- Last day to get name on official bal- lot for county and precinct nomina- (Art. 3118.) Fourth Monday—Candidates must pay assessment to get name on bal- lot (Art. 8108.) June and July This applies to all—winners and ANNOUNCEMENTS The Caldwell News is authorised to make the following announcements of candidates for the various public of- fices as indicated. Announcements subject to the action of the Demo- cratic Primary election to be held in July. For County Judge GREEN W. GRANT JOHN MCCOWEN, SR. County and precinct candidates file a report of receipts find expendi- ónos—not more than thirty nor less than twenty-five (25) days. Another not more than twelve (12) and not loss than eight (8) days prior to the date of primary election and another ten days after the election with the county clerk. (Art. 3172.) And one with the county judge ten (10) days after the prim...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

I. IW. NEWS I ' f I • !4 ' Graham Bros. Buses Travel 700,000 Miles Monthly in Detroit Detroit, the nation's motor capital, haa developed bus lines to a position where 200 Graham Brothers motor coaches included in the equipment travel more than 700,000 miles a Experts Recommend Alcala as Superior Cotton Variety How a single plant, discovered in southern Mexico in 190é, haa been multiplied and improved until it now forms the p/incipal cotton variety in the irrigated cotton lands of the month, according to figures recently West and Southwest, and has proved tabulated by officials of the Depart-]itself of value over a large part of ment of Street Railways. | the Cotton Belt, is reported in Cir- The oldest Graham Brothers bus cular No. 2-C, Alcala Cotton, just in thia service has traveled approxi- published by the United States De- mately 144,000 miles. Buses are op- partment of Agriculture. In 1926 erated from twelve to twenty hours growers planted Alcala cotton on a- bout 400,000 acres...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

1 i 11 !: <: SÍ i r - tom Fear THE CALDWELL NEW8 Friday, June B, 10S8.V TIE CMIWEU KWS And Burleson County Ledger C. E. CrMurtic, Editor ti second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas, Postoffice, under ad of Congress, March 3, 1879. Published weekly by The Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, oornor Buck and Main Streets, Cald- well, Tosas. Subscription Price: 1 Year in County fl.50 Out of County 2.00 The Proposed $300,- 000,000 Statewide Good Road Bond Issue Elsewhere in this issue of the News may be found a full and complete ex- planation of Mr. R. S. Sterling's well thought out plan for building a con- nected system of good roads in Tex- as, which is sorely needed for many reasons. Every citucn of Burleson county as well as every citizen of Texas should acquaint himself or herself with the suggested plan, so that in the event an amendment to the state constitution is ever submit ted to the people to pass on it, each and every one will be prepared to vote intelligently and...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

Ii * r* v# ir V 4 *• > t a v K\ > * f \ ♦ • fViday, Jum 8, 1028. THE CALDWELL NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS EYES EXAMINED—Glasses fit- ted. Dr. F. ft. Dunn, Licensed Opto- metrist of Hearoe, at Stone and Hitchcock'i Drug Store evjjry Tues- day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. FOR SALE—Several choice Po- land China pigs sired by the cham- pion registered Poland China boar of Burleson County. Inquire Cald- vcli News. Breed up your hogs—By using the best Poland China boar in Burleson County. Charges reasonable. In- qiire Caldwell News. FOR SALE—Second-hand lumber and kindling wood, cheap. See the contractor at the Baptist Church. 3-t-p FOR SALE—One used Electric Re- frigerator as good as new. Come in and we will be glad to show you this Bargain. Caldwell Electric & Plumb- ing Company, Caldwell, Texas. FOR SALE—We have one Craw- ford Electric Range left in stock, and an we are not going to handle ranges any more, we will sell this at cost Co:.ie in and see it. Caldwell Elec. A PHg. Cj., Caldwell, Tex...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

! CALDWELL KIWI Friday. Jum 1,IMS. ■ ! í 11 r í i í PERSONAL ITEMS DILATED PROM LAST WEEK Mis Marjorie Schpmacher ha* gone to Coleman for a visit. Misa Tilhe Jahnke is visiting rela- tives and friends in Waco and Belton. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Johnson re- turned to their home at Almeda, Cali- fornia, Thursday, after a ten day's visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. H. H. Rockett and to other relativ es. Mr. Johnson is t former Caldwell boy hut has been for some years em- ployed by the S. P. Ry. Co. at San That Very Active Child Air Circuses to be Held at Legion Convention Miss Natalie Wolman has returned home from a visit with her aunt in Brenham. Stella E. Fulton "Mother. I am at my wit's end.", gAN ANTONIO, Tex., June 7.- complained Alice Walton. "Jack is Arrangements have been completed getting tfi be more than I can man- wjth the w,r dep«rtment for staging nittvoH hv .hp S K KV i,o uv onii a*e' There [ a®yt^n* that ht* specUcuiar battle exercises and two Antonio where he is head cle...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

Friday, Juna 8, IMS. NEWS mmmmm — News Items From Around Chriesman Mr. Henry Hairston, a citizen of Milam county was killed two miles north of Chriesman at 1:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon by a southbound freight train. The engineer reported he saw him lying beside the track and blew the whistle to awaken him, and just as the engine neared him he seemed to awaken and raised his head causing it to be struck by the front of the engine, killing him in- stantly. His brother, County Commissioner of Rockdale, was notified of the ac- cident and arrived here about 4 p M. and had the body removed to Caldwell to be prepared for burial by an un- dertaker, before being taken to Mi- lam county, his former home, for burial. Mr. and Mth. J. E. Love and child- ren of McGregor, after spending sev- eral days visiting in Houston, visit- ed relatives here on their way home last week. Catholic Ladies to Give Chicken Supper The ladies Altar Society of the Catholic Church of Caldwell will serve a chicken sup...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 8 June 1928

(Continued Prom Pago five) «10,000.000. to be used by the coun- ties in building lateral and local roads. Advantages «re Many and Tangible. The advantages of this program are innumerable; many of them are obvious. It makes it possible for this generation to enjoy a átate sys the act of 1927 that created the tax. Thus, unleas the eklsting system is remedied by such a plan, highway de- velopment in Texas will not only be held down to the snail dike pace that is now necessary, but it will be made even slower by the loss of about $4,- 000,000 a year whieh is realized by the extra cent of tax. Moreover, the highway commission already has allotted virtually all reve- nues to come in during the present roads the counties of Texas would be in position to build! It fMÜly affords that great opportunity whieh our governor and the highway commis- sion have so earnestly desired, but which is so remote under present con- ditions—the opportunity of every Birthday Party Giv< Monday Aftei Baptist...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 15 June 1928

I *« 11 l¿ Km informed «bant jrwr Cwrty. Bubecribe to Tlw News. m ECALD • ■ - IIMiWtiWi.vMk fniii'iit tm fimi failqmw'l And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. =36 CALDWELL. BURLEBON COUNTY, TEXAS. JUNE 15. IMS. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. Ü\ Na is.* Dr. J. W. MATTHEWS PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAY Aiftiat iaftftBBBAAtt * 'Hijl One Of Caldwell's Oldest And Most Widely Known Citizen Floyd L. Hawkins Youthful Evangelist Conducting Revival at Second Creek Floyd L. Hawkins 19 year-old evan- jff lint of Texan and Oklahoma, is con- ducting a series of revival services in the Second Creek Pentecostal church. The revival which began last Sat- urday night has been well attended by people from almost all parts of this county, and already several have responded to the evangelist's invita- tions to surrender themselves to Christ. Mr. Hawkins is assisted by Bernice 17. Robison, 20, who direc...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 15 June 1928

TH1 CALDWELL NBW8 FvMajr Jom IB. 1MB i | ■P Politic*] Calender Varío** Laws to to Complied With June Saturday Before Third Monday- Last day to get name on official bal- lot for county and precinct nomina- tions. (Art. 3113.) Fourth Monday—Candidates must pay assessment to get name on bal- lot. (Art. 3108.) Jane and July This applies to all—winners and losers. County and precinct candidates file a report of receipts and expendi- tures—not more than thirty nor less than twenty-five (25) days. Another not more than twelve (12) and not less than eight (8) days prior to the date of primary election and another ten days after the election with the county clerk. (Art. 3172.) And one with the county judge ten (10) days after the primary and another ten 410) days after the general election in November. (Art. 3144.) July Second Monday—Twenty to ten days before primary absentee voting arranged. (Art. 2966.) Fourth Saturday—Prim iry elec- tion day. (Art. 3102.) First Saturday after primary elec...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 15 June 1928

I <• . t* r % Man's day is triple; a work day which hat been shortened; a leisure day which has been correspondingly lengthened; and a sleep day which so far as is definitely known, has been neither shortened nor length* ened with the progress of mankind. Greater mental activity, artificial light, more diversions, and the noises and distractions of the city may have subtracted something from the sleep period of millions. But it may be that modern man needs more sleep to knit'up "the raveled sleeve of care," for the ravage is greater in this day of high speed living than when man found it easier to make a living and less tc. do when he wasn't engaged in the actual business of earning money. It would be interesting to know how many hours the savugc sleeps as compared with the chemist who pro- poses a chemical substitute for sleep. Science has come to look upon the body as a collection of elements wh se reactions determine the phy- sical statu of man's being. This has led the chemis...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 15 June 1928

Ledger C. E. Cronurtie. Editor ■ntorod as second class matter at Hm Caldwell. Texas, Postoffice, under ésteí Congress, March 3, 1879. ! weeil,y b>' The Caldwell KeWs «ind Burleson County Ledger, l ^n¥cV and Main Streets, Cald- .«alLvT Special Offer The Houston Chronicle 20 day* by mail for 25c. Read the Chronicle during the National Democratic Con' vention. Subscribe at the News of- fice. Mrs. W. W. Wright and daughter Katherine of Austin visited Mrs John Godby and other friends here this week. Subscription Price: 1 Year in County-, Out tt County-^. , lllll l"HII i ■■ « $1.50 .2.00 Ágrté'idtural Notes 'i <; lo jqr m i■ ! - Dairymen interested in the com ^amktive - profits obtained from pure bred and grade dairy cows may get ttfemuÉton on this subject in Circu- lar Comparison of Purebred aAdi Orado Dairy Cows." Write to ■ 1|w U. 8. Department of Agriculture, r Wr*ahingt*n, ,Jp. C., for the circular. is1 oftért a mistad to cut small trée*', sátyK'the potest Service. Much Of i%he...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 15 June 1928

ti 4* EYE8 EXAMINED—Glasses fit. ted. Dr. P. R. Dunn, Licensed Opto- metrist of Hearne, at Stone and Hitchcock s Drug Store every Tues- day, 10 a.m. to & p.m. FOR SALE—Several choice Po- land China pigs sired by the cham- pion registered Poland China boar of Burleson County. Inquire Cakl- vcli News. Breed up your hog —By using the best Poland China boar in Burleson County. Charges reasonable. In- qiire Caldwell News. FOR SALE—Second-hand lumber and kindling wood, cheap. See the contractor at the Baptist Chur-h. 8-t-p FOR REN T—Large southeast room with or without kitchenette. Mr*. D. C. Alford. FOR SALE—Full-blood Persian kittens. Mrs. E. A. Pott , Caldwell, Texas. 6-16p COUNTY FOURTY-FOUR YEARS MIO Taken from the Caldwell Register, Dated September I Oth, 1884. Edited by Mr. Lemon. FOR SALE—One used Electric Re- frigerator u« pood as new. Come in and we will he triad to xhow you this Bargain. Caldwell Electric & Plumb- ing Company, Caldwell, Texas. FOR SALE—We have one Craw-...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 15 June 1928

m^wm THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday. June 16,1928 Unfamiliar Quotations David Lee Wharton He Jests at doga, thai never knew the love of one. A bird on the bough ia worth two ta the cage. A dog by any other name would prove aa ateadfaat. Woaid that all hungering aninala had am head between them, that I Might foed them all at once. Ity. thy name it dog! re that Ilea in dumb "brutea" •yea mgrer Ilea. CoarteouB and gentle thy dog aa thy osample can inatrUct, for the dog •ft proclaima the man. Doga ruah in to the aid of man whore humana fear to tread. If a man putg beside his alley gate a better plate of food, or a bowl of cool water, grateful animals will soon make a beaten path to his door. Laagh and the world laughs with you; weep, and but for your dog. you weep alone. The Dairy Bull It is a comparatively simple mat- ter to increase the production of dai- ry herds through the use of purebred bulls until the herd averages 300 pounds of butterfat a year per cow. Aa production increases from 3...

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