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SATURDAY, AP1UL 1, 1944 BLYTHEV1LLE (ABK.X COURIER JIBW» fees Synthetic Rubber Boon To [Postwar Cars AKIiON, O. (UP) _ Synthetic •rubber, responsible for the con- l:imicd inoveineiit of the nation's |ilgliway transportation, is not lor a postwar death, offi- |:lai? here asserted. For example, the automotive iti- Idustry regards this chemical imt- Itallon of natural rubber as "swc.'l •stuff" and is planning many uses •for the synthetic when peacetime |productio:i is resumed. John A, Tallant, manager of the •technical data service nf the Hycar •Chemical Co., disclosed that aulo- Imoblle engineers have found Ihe •"crsaiv." rubber better in numerous |instaiices. The postwar cur, according to •Tallnnt, will be almost "synthetic |rubber constructed." Passes Wartime Tests I; Gasoline engines, he said, will be • patterned after presciil-ciay nlr- I era ft engines so "heat-resistant I synthetic rubber compounds with I proven ability to withstand high (temperatures will IK valuable foi I coolant and oil hose, packings, | i I gaskets, diaphragms and seals foi | pumps and valves." Furthermore, the autos of (he I fnt-.irc will "depend even more on | hydraulic controls," he added. Tallnnt asserted that rigid war- I lime tests In combat aircraft have lljirovcd the value of synthetic rub- Ilicr in hose, valves, diaphragms I n.nd packing for hydraulic Hues. \ In addition, Tallant said there is I ll| "good possibility that fuel tanks I in' future automobiles will not be : of metal but will lie fabricat- I ed of oilTiesistant synthetic rubber, I in the manner of the bullet-sealing fuel tanks now used in combat air| craft." Synthetic rubber, after hundreds I of proven scientific tests, is reported "admirably suited" for use in vi- -absoruing motor mounts. l.iHlger-Lifu Brakes Tiie reason, Tallant said, is at- l-trlbutcd not only lo the synthetic's | oil resistance, but because it has aj unique characteristic of absorbing | rather than rellecting energy. But what may well be synthetic rubber's first major contribution to the post war automotive industry is its success in providing belter brake linings and clutch facings. This factor alone, Tallant said, will be a particular boon to heavy Irucks and busses "because it will provide brakes and clutches lhat Will IK longer lasting and will not burn out, even under severe overloads." Synthetic rubber, however, isn't going to revolutionize only thp mechanical side of "tomorrow's car." Upholstery, floor coverings, running boards, mats, door and hood seal strips, Tallant said, "will also doubtless be made of synthetic rubber because of its superior resistance to abrasion, sunlight, weather and other elements which arc destructive to natural rubber." Seobees Learn the Tough Way Arkansas Briefs I.1TTU-: ItOCK, April 1 (UP) —Special AKCIII 11. J. llnlrclncr of Ullle liock, says lli.it ID (icniiau fugitives nrc living MMiglil liy Iliu FBI. Two German prisoners o( war arc ri'ixnlcd missing from \vork ili'tull at Cnmp I'olk, l-i.; two from 1'i. Leonard Wood, Mo.; anil n arc bcltevcil lo have escaped IVum Camp Hartley, Texas, atti'r (minding; under n sloi-1'.iule fence yesterday. Some of (In- escaped men >'|ir;ili KiifilKh with an 'ncmil and cm- speaks II.ill,in as well as (ionium. They an- brllcvetl wealing blue tk'nlm clothing. Toolmaker Future Brightens i.irru; HOCK, April i tui 1 ) —All gasoline books RolUR lo Arkansans In Ihe future will be endorsed by (lie stale's loeal ii.ilioiilng boards. Arkansas 1'rlee Admhilslralor Koticit 1'. Hut) says thul Hits K:i*'o!inc books arc being cn- [hirscil by local rationing boards before beluj Issued lo niott>r>- isls—us a means of fighting "bhirk market" operations. Hall says Arkansas is the first slate lo adopt Mils procedure. L.^V^.. That personal combat training of Scabees, the Navy's fighting builders, is pretty realistic is shown by the photos above, taken at Cmnp Parks, Calif. The Seabee at left, above, charged in wilh his bayonet, but tiie other Seabee broke the charge by throwing his rifle across his opponent's weapon so hard that the butt snapped off. Ha then, as seen in lower photo, knocked down the "enemy" and theoretically finished him off wilh a swift knife stroke. IN THE' MISSISSIPPI COUNTY :' CHANCERY COURT. Slate of Arkansas Plaintiff, • v. No. 8500 U94U Tax 80.51) Delinquent Lands in Mississippi (Blytheville Dist.) County forfeitc< for non-payment of taxes and sold to the State of Arkansas Defen- tvfci- :ff NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Act. No. 119 of the Genera' Assembly of the Stale of Arkansas of 1935, there has been filed in the office of the Clerk of Mississipp County Chancery Court the Complaint of the State of Arkansas to quiet and confirm in said Stale and/or redeemers, purchasers, do nccs and assigns, the title to certain lands mentioned in said Complain' and lying in the County of Missis sippi and State of Arkansas. ' All persons who can set up any right to the lands so forfeited and sold are hereby warned to appear in the Mississippi County Chancery Court at the September, 1944, Term, ftcr the publication of this notice, o-wit on the 4111 day of Scptein- ICT, 1944, and show cause, If any icre IK, why the title to said for- cited lands should not be confrmed, uieted and vested in the State of rkansas and/or redeemers, pur- liasers. donees and assigns in fee .mple forever! The description of said lands and lie names of the persons, firm or orporatlon last paying taxes therc- n arc as follows: a 9, ci 1 1 *i a "3 Township 14 North, Katltc 3 Kasl Unknown Original Survey SE E of Old Levee 1G 18.92 2.10 Township 1C North, Range 9 East J. W. Cowan ,--Frl. S'.'j NE.. , 21 22.5G, 9.4i Big Lake Lands I J Hucklebce E of Fdy. S',4 NE ' 25 80 6.1 Township 15 North, llangc 10 Ens Charles Holbrook W 10A NW NE .8 10 Township 15 North, Kangc 11 Eas Unknown Dal Lot 20' SE 17 Lot 7.21 Township U North, Range 12 Has Unknown NW NW 16 40 8.2 Township 15 North, Kangc 13 Easl MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 101 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evenings By Appointment Try our "Own Made" j ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Across from HU& School TOWN OF BLYTHKVlLLi: Badcr Addition lo ISlyllicville Jarl Snider — 7 '32/11 Barren & Lilly Addition lo Blythc: villc 3. J. Uvrard .... 4 H 10/19 BUBB Addition to Blyllicrllle 1. M. Kalclifr .. B 2 5.52 LJhicaeo Mill .t Lumber Co. 2nd Addition lo Hlyllievllle, Itcvlscd I'Li NJi of Illks. 5 & (j J. W. Alexander 1 0 hicago Mill & Lbr. Co 10 G Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. Addition lo Blyllicvillc 8.0 John Landrum . . 5 10.4: Male Daniels Addition to Hlythcvill W. L. Wright .... 3 1 10.4: I'.irk Ailililinn to lUytlicvillc A. D. Uowland . H 5 20.4 Eiluin Ttobinsun Addition to HlyUicville 1.1TTL1-: ROCK, Anril 1 (lll>) —A -IK-year oUl lloxlcy, Newlim ('oiinly nu'rchant and ([restock dealer Is In a l.mli- Hock linsltal as a ifsull uf an aulo- iiinl'llc aceldcnl near Harrison. He Is Tied ilnly—«ho hos- jill.il allendanls .say Is suffering a skull fracture. The aci'idenl occurred on lili;lMv:iy four just south of larrlson. KBON M WASHINGTON 11V ri-M'KIl EIISON Courier News Wnslilnclon Corrfspoiidrut First liidustry lo bo mobilized for wnr wns the machine tool In- duslry and, conversely, II is the first lo be demobilised. Tin 1 len- dency has been to sins (lie blues over Ihe Industry's future, mi HIP blond assumption Ilinl during Dip war It hns produced enough nui- I'hlne tools lo ht.sl for ilic next 10 or H years and 1ms .so innmifiic- lured Itself out of u Job. This Hup o( rensonlnu has boon followed frequently In dickering known (aclor. One thing tlmt Is cuunlcd on Is Ihe desire of Army mid Navy to retool all their Navy yiinU and uvscnnls, replacing old er iiuu'hlnery with newer and mole cdlclenl models wtilch they already own. Kstlnwics of Ihe number ' ol new tools Hint go ureu.se" for Maiul-by plants and to reliinl ijomnmi'iil sholB range from fOAKM to 150,000 units. rost-war domc.sllc dcmnnd Is an ni lie) huli'lc) minute market, bill ll Is pointed out (1ml ninny old machine tools htm< been workri! war fur beyond noriiuil with Army and Navy price adjust-! HIP. Also, these lools have, beer menl boards on renefloltuUim nf ox- wm-kod on 11 two- or Ilirce-shlll cess protlls. Inilivlduul miichlnc! bnsls. GcllliiB nil American Indus- loolmnkcrs argue thai since they linve iiliTiuly .supplied llu'lr imsl- war market for n decade or more. they should allowed greater profit margins lo build tip post-war try buck ((> a oiH'-shlfl basis repliit'liiK nUsokle hulls inlglil dispose ol 100.000. A minor minkd to bo developed Is retooling of tin. 125,000 innclilne shops In leehiileu reserves. By mid luriiP. ihis nrgii- «ud vonillounl schools, whlcl incut hus fallen oil dciil car:; In iiilBht lake iiOOl) lo 10,000 of tin Washington, newer model, simpler iiiaehln Also, a new note of uptlmlsin Is, tools. bcRlmilng (o be hciml, like the l-i.NI'OKT, Till: UNKNOWN first robin of .spring on tho Brass (JDANTITV Plots nrouiKl Ilic offices uf Ihe machine tool builders. Pencils havp bncn sharpened In record (liosc notes inid'UiP result Is somethlnn of a song (lint mnylje there aren't 10 ycurs of continuous winter ahoiid. And since Ihe prosperlly ol Ihe N O T 1 C K Letters of administration on Ihe estate of Lclu niythc. Deceased, vcre granted to the'undersigned, on he :ilst day of March, 1914, by Ihe 'rebate Court for Ihe Cliickasawbu District of Mississippi County, Ar- All persons having clulms iigiilnst said estate lire required to exhibit them, properly authenticated for allowance, to the undersigned, ns administrator of said estate, before tiie end of one ycnr from the diilc ol the Blunting of the letters upon said cslate. mid if such claims l)i; not presented, they will be fovcvci barred. , Dated this :flsl day of March, 1914 MARCUS EVRAKU Administrator of the Estate of l.ela Blythc, -Dc- ceased. 411-8-15-22-29 nuirhlne tool industry Is ba.slo to Bdicnil American well-being, It's worth listening to. At the end of 1931), U. S. imlns- ry hud about a million machine o'ols In opcriillon. Sixty per cent f these lools are over 10 years old ncl could slund replacement. As if lodny, approximately 700.000 new ools will have been built for wnr mlustrlc.s, About 200,000 of (host 1 lave been built for private ludus- ry. leaving 500,000 government owned. The 200,000 priviitcly-owncd tools are no pnrtlculnr worry. They'll' ;oiug lo be put to use, replacing older and less efficient (cols, for In the comixitltlon for post-war mnr- kcl.s, with higher labor production costs, miinufnclm-rr.s with (he most efficient tools will have Hit advantage. TUB ".si'Kt'iALS" win. an Concerning the '100.000 government-owned lools, estimates vary Prom 5 per cent lo pel-Imps 20 pel cent, or approximately from 2S,OOr 'I'heiv remains the export innr lid as Iho ip'ciilr.sl hnpoiulerabli of nil. .Soviet llussla hus shosvn i grtai Ilkini: for Ainerlciin niachln ery and hus her entire wcislcn Industrial plant lo rebuild. Hot many nmrhlnrs It will lnko lo re Lillian' Freeman 12 10 1.79 TOWN OP LEACHVII.LK Smilh Aclililion lo Lcachvillc W. O. Haney W. G. Haney W. G. Haney W G Haney S. E. Nnltcy . S. E. Niilley 10 13 H 17 18 E E E E H H 1.06 LOG l.CG l.GG 1.G6 l.GG Victory Gardens ISifi Aid SEATTLE (UP.)—Victory gardeners raised more than 40 pel cent of Washington's fresh vegetable crop last year, according. t report from the slate victor; garden committee. A goal of :IGO. 000 victory gardens 111 the stall :ins been set by the committee fo 1944. an increase "of 20 per ecu over last year. Robinson & Thomas Frl. All S'/. NE 4 20 0.91 TOWN OK-MANILA AVcst Knd Sub-Division to Town of Manila Carrie Hlg- ginbothiun — C -1.97 WITNESS my hand and seal Hits the 28 day of Feb. 1944. HARVEY MORRIS Chancery Clerk. Guy E. Williams Attorney General. Qulnn Glover Assistant Attorney General. Read Courier Kcw» Want Adi. GIFTS AND CARDS FOR EASTER Choose From Our Newly Arrived Selection . . . Something Suitable 1'or Every Member of the Kamlly. The Gift Shop 103 E. Main — Moss Bryan — Phone 2254 lo 100.000, lire special purpose tool: for wnr Industries mid mnnufiiclurc of mmiHIoiix. These tools offer m post-war competition to civilian In dustry. How tunny government wnr plant: Ihe Army and Nnvy will wnnl l( keep In n "slnnd-by" condltloi rcndy for any po.s-stble emergency] resumption of hostilities, is an un- •mploymcnt Security Law Copies To Be Distributed MTTljE HOCK, April I (UP>-'he Arkansas Employment. Keair- ,y division Is releasing to thu pub- c copies of the Arkansas Employ- lent Security law—as nmendcd by he 1043 General Assembly, Division Director Rotniul M. 'helloii says tlutl copies of the uw—along with copies of • revised uk's (iovcinliiK the adjiilnlstradon if (hi! atiu'iided law—are being.sent o every. covered employer In the si iilo. 'Ilio amended luiv liberalizes wiie-flt vltll'ls of person.'! who have lot had less than 00 duyn con- hmoiis nillllary .service prior lo June TO, 10-10. Tho unemployment .iisnrniicp rltjhUs of such Individ iials were frown us of the date they wore Inducted into nillldiry service, 'These will remain Intnct as up- lylnn to uny person svhose uilH- lury .se-rvltco wns tprmluulod not ulor limn 0 nionllis iiller civsa- lon of !io;,tl!Hk'.s. jjp oii nie !u tlift omce of i l)(ttria No, a at Blylhcvillc, Ar- Kftlistis, and nrc open for public In- sirectlon. A set! of Contract'. Docu- meiiU may bo obtained' at th'e : 6f- ncc of Ihe Drainage-Dbtrlctjlni which It Is stated the character and unount of security to be furnished', jy each bidder) t The Hoard of Cornmlsjione.rE.re- .ei vcs the right to reject aiiy or nil ilds and to whlve Informalities'. Drainage District No, 11 of Mississippi Countyi Ar- kahsai l)y 13. A. I,YNCH Hecrctary-T'ieasurer. tool binnbcd factories In Gciumii) France and Knly IB anybody u<:.s.s, llow much of an Indiistrln lallon Cliltia, Australia, India o ny o( Ihe Uillu American repub Ic.s will become Is pure spccuuilloi For nil Ihcsc markets, the U. i vill of cour.sf be competing wll Client llrltnln. lint from Ihe iibov mint of view the machine [hit does nut look hoixilcss, and ji urlhcr milllnes an opporlimlly fur he po.sL-war eiuploympiit of nussy [{ctllil^ Amerlcnn ({um.shoc saksmvn, to whom there Is no MI- l>erl[)r. Illch Inrniil Morliillly MEXICO CITY <U.l'.)—An In- fiint morliillly report compiled by the Mexican Conuressmaii I. lv.- (|iilci(l« showed-one of every five children born |:i tin: Federal Uls- Irld dle.s befoie It Is a year old, Ciiiiulnlujnrii, ;i. r iO children of every 1,1)00 die tiurhiB their Ilret ycnr. the Coiuircssnian'ti report -Mill. : >l|jn .\i>vi:itTisi:.iii:,NT ion IHDS l)r.\ln:i|;c C'lciui-nut Sealed proposnls will be rci:p|vcc : by the Hoard of Commissioners of DrahiiiKti Ulslrlcl No. 17 tit Its ofllco In the Lynch DuiUlinii, lllythcvlllp Aiknnsas, nntll 10 o'clock A, M (CWTI April 12, lilt-l, fur Ihe foi lowlni! proimsccl woi'k: UxcnvnilMK npproxlmiilely '10,000 Cubic Yards nf innlh In Ulleh No. 311, loaded about 7 miles Unst of Hlyllievllle, Mississippi County, Arkausiis. Tolnl distance of work B'.'i miles. PRESCRIPTIONS Prenheflt Stock GunrRnlced HeHt Prlcw Kirby Drag Stores Argentina Is the leading tire-|)ro- duclng country, of the other Americas, with Brazil ranking second. , ATTENTION SERVICE MEN: Please bring proper identification papers from your comriiamliiiK officer when buying budges, ribbons and mcilals. We have complete stocks;. For KHAKI niul 'J'KOPI- CAL .sliirls and trousers, HOC us. HUDSON Ck'itncr—Tailor—Clothier Genuine Oliver PARTS & EQUIPMENT Combines - Disc Harrows - Hay Rakes - Walking Plows - Planters - etc. HARRISON 517 W. Ash AUTO PARTS & GARAGE Expert Auto Repair Work Phone 2552 Sprint; and Summer TUNE- UP, Save Gasoline . . . Have Tires. Get All-round Belter Performance! T I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjslcr De»ler Parts A Service 121 W. Ash Fbone 2122 When Blytheville Was An Intani, This Was Our Mollo - - - "ALL THAT'S GOOD IN INSURANCE" - - - It Still Is! Writing Pirc & Tornado on your stock of merchandise, home, furniture, on your farm property. Liability, on Auto, Contractors, public, nutoniol)il=. Plate Glass, Trucks and Truck Cargo, Accident & Health, Parcel Post, in oldest and best of Companies. Just call phono 33G1 for binder on anything tnsnrnble. W. M. Burns Agency Office Anthony Blag. - - COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS GET THE JOB DONE! 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE i — Tire »nd Tube Repairing Tractor Tires Onr Sptclaltj. Ail Work Guaranteed WADE COAL CO. FOR SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Osccola Tile & Culvert Co. Chone G91 Osccola, Ark. BPTICflLSTOflE Let Us Help ' ' SAVE YOUR BYESI 209 W. Main St. Phone 2912 Every type heel Is repaired or, attached here—| the work is done iwrfeetly, roa-l sonably - and, you wish, while you wait. Complete Shoe Repair Service here. H-fll-TCRS QUHUITY SHOC SHOP 171 W. M fl) VI «; Registered Herefords AT AUCTION FRIDAY, APRIL 7, at 1 P. M. PEMISCOT HEREFORD FARMS IIAYTI, iMISSOUKI SelliiiK in lnr({<! lent, rain or shine, on our funiw 1 mile north of town: 8 young Hulls, l!i.<>|ii'n lleifois, Mi bred Heifers and 18 Cows,-II) \villi calf al sido. Fcaluriiix Kcl and service of illlr chief lu*r<l .sire, T. Etoyal Itll- pcrt -Illi, a chLini|ilim himself, sun nf Ilio KIT:LI international chnnt- ploll lUzfnnl Itujlcrl 81st, lialf-lirnlli^r to the (Iliilld Champion al Dallas this year, half-lnollicr In Ilic bull, Turner Itaiicli, sold for 5:i«,000 In .1,Hillary. Dinner served on around by llnyll Methodist Indies. SEND l-'OK CAt'AMKi CHAS. W. REED & SON, Owners Macoupin Seed Soybeans Gcrniirmtiim Average 88'5% R. D HUGHES GIN CO. South llroadway—Illydicvlllc E, K. FORD, General Agent, National Equity Life Insurance Co. Telephone 3185 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, nrc remembered nlwnya. Our llowern are Rl- ways fresh, and nil work is guaranteed lo plcnso. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP T.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 411 Mrs. J. H. (M»o) WMHanii, owner GleacM Blif. We Sf ill Hove A Few Bogs of PEDIGREED COTTONSEED MIXED FERTILIZER CERTIFIED ROYAL SOYBEANS Order AMMONIAN NITRATE Now. J.L.TERRELL 777 S. Broadway Phone- 2631 ATTENTION FARMERS! Now is the time to hare your cottonseed de- linted and treated. Wo are equipped to give you prompt service. Call us and we will tcli you when to bring your seed. One day service on anything under five tons. ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE. LEE WILSON CO. Armorcl, Navigation Instructor Addresses Students Here ^ nlythcvlllc High Bchoo) puplh sliidylns. Octupa lions., were 'ad- di'esscil liy riist Lieut T II 'J'own- ' ley, '1 ucsdliy ,nf tci noon Townh>y .,who, I? n Navigation In- 3lnietol''ai ,tho. local popi spoke on "Aeronjmtlcs ,|of tlio Future.".- Bc^, fore cnlernig the Air Force In May, loi:), l/loukmiiit' Townlcy wna a scluwl ndiiilnistruloi . In New York .slate fm IB >cnn>. Hi.>> ftrst duty Mallini was nt Ihe Baslo Flying School al Newport, lie, has been stntloned' ill liAAP since September 21, !943 except for a six weeks . course 'al C. 1. S., Ituiidolph Field, 'Texns. Harvard Down Lo 1,500 CAMimiDOE, Mass, (UP)—Harvard Unlvcisltyi picwnt civilian enrollment of 1,650' students ." Is iilwiil 2,000 less tliuiv tlie-reBlslrtt- tlon durlnit World War f, accord-,.' IIIK to ofllclnl university flKur"-, ., .... . Harvard's nveriiKC peaccllimrregl.'i- Coples of plium and spedlU-ullons trillion wn» iitout 0,000 studcids. DO YOU WANT TO BE DAZZLED? FOR PICK-UP AND DELIVERY CALL 418 Would yon like 'lo liuve your wiusli fairly il'ii/./lc you, with HH dciin^fresih luok? Let our liuimlry surprise you with Its uxpurl iT.sults and save your I i int; Tor more iniporlunl Hi ings, ..,'.'. FOR BKTTKR LAUNDHY DUAHC A1Q F P R BETTER mUilk 110 DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDM FELLOW FARMERS: You can nut iifTord to plunt Riii-nm, inilrealcif, lo seeds when you run Bel our c-crlllleii, pedigreed, Ccrcsan-trealed (collon), htgh-ylclillne seeds at these prices, »'. O. B. Burdettc. I)clt:iplnc— DI'I, No. 12, State Certified, treated, 55.00 per 1M His., 590,00 per Ton. . At; (New Dellaiilnc Ibul led our test .lust two years) treated cottonseed $5.00 | )C r 100, S'JO.OO per Ton. Stulc (,'crlillDil Dcllaplnc— Dl'I, No. II collonsecd, ?(i.OO i«r tOfl . Ihs. ?120 |icr Ton. Italsoy (New Imiirovcil Arlisoy 2913) soybeans, State Certified $3.25 lill. N'ot i-crllfluil J2.7B Im. '. ' . ; ' Dorlch 110 yellow hybrid seed corn, flats 58-00 bu/rounds J6.W hu. Tennessee 10 while hybrid seed corn rounds only J7.00 ba. I>ella Trollflc seed corn Hats $3.50 bu. UrlnK >our ImlU collonsecd l« us anil we will trade our cerllfled, . Ccrcisan Ircalcd III'I, No. 12 and A5 sccil for your unlreated seed nn Hit- bnsls of 2 busbcls of Ircalcd seed for 3 bushels of untreated seed. \.r ."^. - . ',: . BURDETTE PLANTATION BDRDETTE, AKK. 8 ml. Soulh of BljtheTllle on Hwr. §i MR. FARMER: For a better stand! — — For quicker germination!— — For healthier plants! — — For more $ per acre! — HAVE YOUR OWN PLANTING SEED GRADED, DE-LINTED AHD TREATED AT Russell Barham's RED TOP Phone 2 742 For Complete Details! We have a limited supply of first je»r from pefll»itt4 Z-B 4-B »n& DPI. H cotton seed. All fniti, d In IM Ib.

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