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SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1921. FREE TRADER - JOURNAL EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO, AND OTTAWA FAIR OCALIR 111 Wnt Main Street Today's Markets PuSllahed Every Afternoon Kicept Humlay. wee eight lllat m KKKhJ TRADER-JOURNAL I'RINTINQ CO I'ubllabers W ft 08MAN Editor and Oeneral Manxr O. H. WOOLBBRT Managing Editor Member of the Aeaoclated Preis. TERMS: Dally, oae year li advance by carrier 00 Dally, one year in advance, by mull, ouUlde I. a Salle County 4.60 Dally, one year In advance, by mall, In La Kail County 4.00 Dally, per week, by carrier 10 The Associated Preas 1b exclusively ontltkwl to t tie use tor republication of all newa dispatches credited to It or not other'!? credited to this paper and also local newa published herein TO 3JVe VcAJ AI JBF I Entered a second class matter Mar. 26, III., under the Act of Oct. S, 1617. 1920. at the Pout Office at OUa- a m T1 I i f1 Ti i I r"l f I rn i I aMaiaBr . SATURDAY. AUGUST 13. 1921. THE "COMMERCIALIZED" PRESS. The Chicago Tribune of Friday contained an editorial that could be read with profit by a whole lot of people right here in Ottawa, and applied to local conditions. It deals with Govenor Small's implied slam at the newspapers which published the facts as they see them regarding lii recent indictment and do nol jump at once to his defense. The editorial says among other things i "Gov. Small, issuing a statement in liis own behalf, says that the authority of the people lias been prostituted t the purpose of 'a lawless rme, aided and abetted b commercialized newspapers such as the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Daily News.' 'Mr. Small was indicted on a charge of embezzlement of state funds. State's Attorney Mortimer of Sangamon county says that seventeen members of the grand jury which voted the hill are Sanga mon county farmers. They constitute the lawless rin and proii ably will like the description. '.lr. Small's other description is of the .Wrr.v and the nbunc: as commercialized newspapers. They are commercialized news papers. What of that? Does he infer that commerce is a disgrace in this o ftintry ?" The gOvenor's implication, of course, is that the papers mention ed have been "bought Up," to u-v the current term, which is only intelligible to the class of people who use it. It reminds us of one of the expressions of the late Ira Nelson, who was very much of a philosopher, The remark was made following an election, hut before the result was known. I me side began the cry of "fraud." Mr. Nel son's remarks was (and it was correct) : "That settles it. When they begin to veil fraud it means the other fellow has four aces!" The present case may prove an exception (we hope it will.) but when a man begins the cry of "commercialized" or "subsidized" press it usually means that they are giving the facts as they appear and with out hias. The Tribune gives the new s as nearly correct as it is ahle. Many men (and we plead guilty of being one of them) get so "het up" by the editorials at times that they despise the sheet hut keep right on reading it for its superior news value. It the 'Tribune did not publish the new s and publish it straight, it w ould never he the great newspaper ir t-. No "uommerc.iali.ed" paper, in the sense the govenor tyses. the term, could ever reach the plane of the Tribune. And another point the writer makes that it would he well for many a reader to peruse and let soak in ( for it applies to every reput able newspaper ) is : "In the editorial columns the Tribune expresses its opinions not in the news lolunms. Every reader knows that an editorial is an expression of opinion with which lie may agree or disagree. "The purpose of the editorial is to advance the best interests of the community as the interests are seen in the best judgment of the newspaper." It states also that the governor had the use of the newspaper. Aiiy fair minded and liberal paper gives its readers that privilege. This paper very recently published columns of matter by readers w ho disgreed with its editor on the subject of "Vaccination," and one or two of the writers took the opportunity to "take a fall" out of the editor. But they had their hearing. Governor Small's most malignant enemy could not have put him in a worse light before thinking people than lie has put himself by his Use f the expression above quoted, with all he would have it imply. I he whole matter in this case is summed up in the Tribune's concluding paragraph. Mpst men w ill agree that there was a better time to have made the charges long before Mr. Small was chosen governor of the state of Illinois, hut the facts remain just the same. and any implications detected al that paper change them. The paragraph referred to real "The question is not between Gov. Small is between' him and the state. He is indicted embezzled state money. That is the Small's statements. Did he or didn't he criminally dishonest? He knows, and the state is entitled t as it will try to do in the course of a trial." ' nitsis viniiv. ivJ JJUVTH TH4T MCMSDlSien o o y Lj . ' I l,w, oi - s -- t vvnev I I Ci IM WT vriw ir- "6XP(5RT"f' TALK UK62 A. HU MAM IVSfkf tU V w . - XT 9 ' :'(: jj! Iljlltlli! tMMisss- Marseilles News EXPORT DEMAND j MAKES WHEAT RISE uetfo, auk if. Active azport demand together with correct iintlel I pat ions that the government crop re- port would prove bullish have done a good iiai thin week to lltl the value ol wheat. Compared wHh I week ago, wheat price this morning show led gums of ;tVa to 5 cents a buthol, i corn WM IS lower to V' advance, ...it cir e to Vc and provisions ilow it 111' to S5e, tSxpori buetneai in wheat appeared to neve been h dped by a sharp u.l value In sterling exchange ami by void thai Germany hud obtained lane credits in New York. Effort I for world wide relief o( Bneatsi list 1 me were also retarded a a stimulus to foreign buying. On the other I hand heavy pro tit taking sales aftci 1 1 h United states government crop 'report was out nave evidence that 1 spot illation had fully discounted he forehand the big reduction m eetl I Mat m of yield as compared with the month, previous. Renewed demand t i exporters and, l rotii domestic millers rallied the market UKiiin, hut confidence on the part of the hulls WH Btteiwad somewhat, disturbed ii announcement that wheat produc tion In Prance this season was much greater than the trade there had been led to believe. Corn and oats were weakened b the bit; prospective crop of corn ami .) the huge visible supply of oats. Severe breaks In the hog market pull ed down provisions. Liberty Bonds. i .Ww York. Aug, 14. Liberty bonds I closed: :!'-... sx.titi: 1st 4, S7.?o; 2d. .ST .'.ii; 1st 4',. S7.94; Id. 87.7S; .'Id I91JS; Ith, tlM', victory ;(. U8.7:', 4V 9S.74. " chicaKo, auk. 19 Hog receipts ReWltlfliVeW, Ai'(ty 16, l; held over 12,914; opening 10 nnt'h Whftt to 36c higher than yovterday'i aver JMVfc' ' "l age; 11 10 hid; quality average cost y.co. CetUe 00j BhMP S jPOo. CASH MARKETS WALLACE GRAIN MARKET. .$1.10 Wheat Outs I ot u No. 2 whlto .r0 No. I yellow f.O No. S white 4S No. S yellow 4H No. 1 white It! No. 4 yellow It MARY MACARTHUR Office Phone, Black 178. Office over Star Theatre, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1921. Houae Phone Blaok S5. r anv other will newspapers. It large that He and tht on the cl subject which invites Mr. Is he an honest man or find out, HOLD FAREWELL FOR MRS. M'CURDY Mrs. James Corrlgan entertained ;,t her home on Union street yesterday' afternoon In eomplimtnt to Mrs. Amelia McCurdy, wl. is soon to move to Champaign, where she will mako her home. Her son. Harry. Is a stu dent at the I'niversity of Illinois end has been for several years. About forty were present, the only, out of town guest being Mrs. Lizzl. j Adler of Canton, who la i.Mitn;-' relu- i ttvrs hero. Bunco and euchre were tie- gamea played during the afternoon. Mrs NjeaM Michael won the first prize ,t euchre, and Mrs. Amelit MoCurdjf ru tlia lucky player In bunco. The first j prize In each gSDM was a lovely band painted china plate. Mrs. ai Uettebme was nwarded tin consolation prize in bunco, and Mrs. Pat Murphy secured the COttSOlaUonJ prize in euchre. Mrs. Murphy has Just moved from Ottiuva here, herself: and hosband stopping at a bouse q i Broadway until a house can be rented ItefreehnMatS Of ice cream and the. finest lot of caki a ever baked Wl ro served by the committee. Kac'i cake would have taken a prize at a tair. aa there are a number of celebrated cake makers In our city. Mrs. McCurdy, who is a universal favorite anions the women of her ae nuaintance, as presented with two pair of handsome heavy woolen blan kets. the presentation speech as well as the speech of acceptance being Short but heartfelt. Small Boy Dead. Dewey WiNard Base, aged a yean and 2 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mont Bass of ICast Bluff street, died this morning from ntomach trouble. The remains will be shipped to l.eba- UqM non, Ky , this afternoon for burial riis sunny i.ice .11111 uii'iiy aioUOOlilUU endeared him to all who saw him. Even in his last illness be showed wonderful fortitude and won th. hearts of all who were near him. in days for (!'. east. Mr. and Mrs Bister Moore and daughter Marian, all of Chicago, are Km sts at the home of Mr. Moore's uncle. William Douglas of Bluff street Yesterday the Moores, Mr. Douglas ami (Catherine Laws autoed to .starved Rock for a sight of that historic place. Charles Itws has pone to Sprinn field. where he h-is accepted employ ment. Helen Kilmer of Morris is spending i few days with Mrs. Alida Sindel of Wall St. New York, AUK- W.- Kfforts to bring a further rise on the stock ex change today as the result of favor able overnight developments were unavailing today. Active liquidation of ftkbber, leather and shares caused selling out elsewhere of earlier pur chases. The closing was easy. Sales approximated 150,000 shares. United states Rubber first prefer rod broke five points, the common and Central Leather Preferred three. Con tinental Can Central Leather 2; Man its SiiRar 2 and American Can preferred 1. New York. Aug. 18. -Buying back shares was quite general In the early dealings on the stock exchange today A readjustment of the speculative position was induced by the announce roent of the measures taken to rectify Bluff street Todav ahn Is with Mm. " umavoranie nauKing position ami Binders daughter, Mrs. Clans Bock, of Me vprsold condition of special Is the north prairie, for a short visit. sue8- Rev. M c, . inton returned today to Copper advanced One and Clinton, where he Is to, preach at a three quarters, Oeneral Kleetric and union service. Mrs. Linton, accom i Mexican Petroleum one and and Uni papled by Louise Moffitt, follows him j ted States Stel and Studehakcr. tomorrow Miss Moffitt remains for' several days with Mrs I inton naroy .:nt' rson Is visiting bl.-t sis- t ter, Mrs. Bertha Hardy. Mrs. L. Moneverde of Pittsburgh. Pa., is being entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Keuer of Kalr view. Mr and Mrs. K. T. White of Broad way and Mrs. Agnes street have returned Champaign, where they visited friend and relativts. Will RollO of Highway ha home after an absence of a two. Margaret Becker went to Harvey to visit her sister, Mrs. John McMahon. a few days. Mr. and .Mrs. George Henrik of Chi cago are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mr?. George Efolle of Union street Mr.;. Thomas VVoTrels and Mrs. George Phillimore and Marietta Phiiii more went to Chicago this morning to view the Pageant of Progress. RUCKRIGEL'S Wheal Cuts No. No. Corn No. No. No. No. white white I whit,. . yellow I While . i yellow ELEVATOR. 11.07 ,50 M .4'.t ,49 SOUTH OTTAWA ELEVATOR. Wheat $1,011 Oats No. .'( white J$M No. 4 white 2,2 Corn No. 2 white C.o.. No. 2 yellow t'.o.j No. It whlto 47 1 j No. 3 yellow 47 V No. 4 white 4:,V2 No. 4 yellow I'.'.. LOCAL MARKETS iTProcliice Chicago, Aug. If!. Butter steady; creamery extras 40VaC ; standard O'Neil of Bluff 1 38; eggs unchanged, receipts 7.7S6; trom a trip t noultrv alive, nnehaticed. Lard. 10c. 'ream, :t;ic. BggSi 2-"c Butter, lie. Hens, 15c. Springers, : 5c. UTICA am' ed week or Potatoes. Chicago. Aug. 13. Potatoes, strong; receipts 47 cars; Jersey Irish cobblers Bached and bulk :i.85 Q $4.10 cwt.; Idaho b'.dk $:t.Hr, (ft $n.75 cwt.; Kansas mm Tl IT MIGHT BE MUCH WORSE. 1 he farmers of La Salle county have no just cause for dis couragement in the prospects for this year's crops. From infor r.Viv. in gathered through many inquiries, grain that has been har vested yielded fairly well, oats being somewhat below the average. Lhreshing is well under way, with prospects for an earlv finish. Recent rains proved of great benefit, especially to corn, which will produce an average yield with favorable conditions during the bal ance of the season. W ith an average yield all around, plenty of help at a third less cost than last year, and hrighter prospects for market ing, there need lie no fears for the final outcome. There is no place for "the hlucs", even though selling prices may not he all that could he desired. Considering the conditions prevailing in some sections of the country, this and neighboring counties may he look ed upon as the real center of agricultural prosperity. Conditions confronting many in the western' part of the coun try are not nearly as good. Thev are a long ways from the markets and freight rates exhorhitantlv high. The consequence is prices for pnxlucts are at the very lttom. In marketing last years wheat crop, in many instances the price received was far below the actual cost of production, to say nothing of the needed profit to meet inter est and other demands. Their hav crop this year may not he cut more than a smgle time lwcause of the low price that now prevails. In other years thev have been making three ,,r t',,r r,,o;rv.. I cording to late information, "unless freight rates drop verv material ly there will le hundreds and hundreds of acres of potatoes that will not he dug.' Hut even with that class, with all their dis couragements. , he western fanner possesses the determination to "stick and win. Present indications point to a more settled husimss conditio,, i tlit iiiturc. Clergyman Golf Expert, Rev. M. G. Linton while here spent a good share ;!' bis time on the golf links, and an he is an expert golfer he cleaned up most of the "cracks" of this city. His last, game was with lohn Blanchard, and It. took twenty hides to decide the natch, and then the reverend gentleman nosed him out hy one point Local Notes. Mrs. Kdna Brown, who has been vis iting with the Balchowsky fC3Uy of Bluff street for a couple of weeks past, returned to her home In Chicago this morning. Lillian Balchowsky accotr panied her for a few days' visit In Cht cgo with Mrs. Brown and other rela tives. 'Willis Shaver went to Chicago this til ftlffttfflaa1 t ,.,-r, f . ,.. I that the Inoon v. a ii. - t i in ill iiiuor , day's paper would state that. Miss Sara Kendall Wll enter Simon's college Id Boston for the coming year and leaves NOTICE TO FARMERS. proposed High Line will run north (rem Marseilles through Ban way, Norway, on to Serena, joining the present High Line already th"re, a ith branch lines at aH cross roads. The line is for the purpose of fur nishing electric lights and power to the farmers and country towns. We hav, a good proposition and it would pay you to call and see us, or phont Uf and we will call and see you. Phone Red M, Marseilles, III. LA SALLE cot'NTY ELECTRIC CO. Johnson & 1'attixon, Contractors. On or About August 15th Singer & lilckerd will display a full line of premiums issued by the United Cigars company in return for cou pons issued at their place of business, 401 Main St. Chicago market report furnished bj G. W. Klrby, manager Simons, Da) ' & Co., Room 312 Moloney Building I'hone 9a. Prev Requisitioned the Moon. When our town was tirst lighted with electricity the town council de cided net tu have the street lights turned en vrheu the moon was shining brightly, one evening our SOD noticed that the street lights were not on but shining brightly, so he came running In and said, "oh. ma, they thought they would not turn oi) the electric lights tonight, so they Just tu ni l! mi i he moon." Exchnngek High. Low. Close, close heat . . Sept 1. 1.2:514 I.2414 1.23 Bee 1.261-4 1.8614 1.26 1.25 Corn Sept :,t; .:,6 M M Dec ,rrv .05 .0514 J& Oats Sept MM .36 .35 .36 cc 39ft .39 Cash Markets. Corn No. 2 mixed .08 14 No. 3 mixed .57 No. 2 yellow 08- M No. :; yellow .07 (4 No. ? white .58 14, No, 3 white .574 Oatf New No. 2 whit,. 33- .3414 New No. 3 white 31 14- .32 New No. 4 white 25 - .28 No grade 19 - .22 NOTICE. 1 want eyeryonc to know that I am at Blanehard's drug store every Mon day and want everyone In need oi glasses to gio me .1 trial I guaran tee satisfaction rnd tuv prices are rea sonable. W. c GILBERT, O. D., Optometrist. 'Mi ll NURSERY STOCK. 1 have taken the agency of the Allen Nur-.-rx of Roches ter, N. Y. Order now for fall delivery. Stock guaranteed-first-class quality. A. C. NAUMANN, Phone Red 56. Marseilles. And He Meant So Well. I was escorting twO girl friends home from n dance one night, when we notice! 11 wide-open window In a house we were passing, Thinking to avert a possible burglary, f stuck my head in side and shunted. "Say. good people" But that was 1.-. far as I got, fur a bucketful of water struck me full in the face ami a furious female volet Shouted, "I tuld yen what you'd got If you dldn'l get home before ten "Chi cago Journal. Conscience. ThRt uncomfortable possession, a conscience, holds us bock from ninny a coveted delight, saves us from many a sin, and drives us in many n path We would never be good enough or un seltish enough to take If only its chid ng voice WeVld lot us alone. We give ourselves too much credit for our good behavior when we forget that our upbringing has brought Into our house Bf life 11 personality we cannot disobey if we would live at pence. lalrij good. Thai remodeled the old court houso and tor. down the steeple? In a copy ol the I'rce Trader of May 21, 1N7I. we note: "The work id' tearing down tint steeple on the court house and pitch ing it out the window by Mr. Barber still continues ." The article further states that a petition had been widely circulated and signed in order to prevent the re moval of the steeple, and ends With the fellow lug poem: "Marlu r. spare that steeple. Touch not a single boom; Cry the the deeply grieving people Slop the Bin her oils scene But up thy destructive weep ing And go away from hen1!" o Wishing to tid his home of nils and other Undesirable rodents an Ottawa man dropped Into a drug store to buy tome poison, but the druggists Inform ed him thai it would moan a couple years In the hooso gow for him if ho dared sell any poison. "Hut I'll do you a favor." said tlM druggist, "you can drop Into any num ber or stores here ami buy all the fire arms you want from a vest pocket gat to a double barrel. "Thanks," said the patron. "1 guess the government's got the right Idea at that, about that stuff (limine some bullets." O - "The Conversation Walt." Is tho latest craze. You waltz and talk with your partner at the same time. Ike Goldstein says: Vat s the use of dancing If you can't use your hands to hold the goil mlt?" o Well, just so they don't start any free for all arguments at the dance. n I'm afraid I can't help those starv ing Russians." said Mrs. Vi "b. I Scram bles "I haven't an ounce of caviar In the house! " o Recent actiritiea of the United- States senate revive the suggestion that the capital be called "Whitewash- Ington." - o King George of England needs an increase ill pay, hut he Is not likely to go on strike for It. o I' would be advisable to get the rent gouge rs out of other people's pockets before October. 0 Despite the increase in the postal deficit nobody has yet been bold enough to advocate the restoration of the mall service to the hands of pri vate enterprise. o With the aid of the V. S., Bolshev ism may yet be a success. o "Pete Barnum was right." comment ed a lounger at the Interurban staflo.:. "Tho public sure like to be humbug ged." "Yes-sir." commented the second, "givS em a lot of bulldoze and they'll . wallow It and holler for more, but just give em a little of tho truth - ami look out!" "Sure." replied the first, "and I darn .say tin, 110 ten people in this town agree on every subject. Now, people are queer animals. You take a lectur er. I, don't matter what subject he Bucks. 15c. Old Toms, 20c. Bigeons, S. old Boosters, 8c. Stags, 8c. Geese, 8c. A number of I'tica people attended the funeral of Dean Quinn in Ottawa Thursday morning among them were Mrs. B. White and daughter Zita, Miss Mario and Nellie Noon, Mrs. Tom Clancy and Miss Margaret Glum y Mrs. Kyle Bnine and little sister Marie were La Salle callers Thursday. Mr. Frank Prentice entered St. Mary's hospital In i-a Salle for treat ment Thursday. J Newell was a business caller in la Salle Thursday evening. Mrs. P. Conity was a shoper In La Salle Thursday morning. !TIiss Bertha Gordon called on al in La Salle. Chus, Kerwin of Jollet was a busi ness caller in town Thursday. John Meary was an Ottawa caller Thursdsv Mrs. Faryner of starved Rock visited with friends in I'tica Thursday after noon. Mrs. Geo. Myers and children of Troy Grove are visiting her parents! Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Madden. Jams! Parrar attended the w edding j talks on he can always get an uu of his brother Howard in Lostant dience, S'posing Mr. Hoozis makes a Thursday. Jim was best man. I speech on the menace of wearing red Mr. S. Sumhwg was a business I suspenders. It may be an insignitlc C alter in Ottawa Thursday. ant theme and sound foolish -yet dur- Hubert Prentice was a shopper In ing the course of his speech he la In La Salle Thursday morning. terruptod by applause He is a con- How ard Oury is spending a few days vin Ing speaker and soon has the in Chicago. 1 crowd believing that the welfaro of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Selman and chil-jthe universe hangs on his subject, and Music of Nature There is a true music of nature the song of birds, the whisper of loaves, the ripple of waters upon a sandy nboie. the wall of wind or sea. Sir John Lubbock. . JJU1E Nautical Terms. Gross tonnage is obtained hy divid ing the whole Cubical capacity of a Ship by 1,(0. that many English cubic feet representing a ton. Net tonnage Is the gross tonnage loss deduction for machinery, crew and other splices not used for passengers or cargo. Dead weight tonnage or tonnage capacity is 'ho number of tons which can be Carried in the holds when the vessel is charged to the load-water lino. lis piacemeBt ten nag used with reference to Warships is 'ho actual weight of sea w.irer displaced by the vessel when charged With alt its weight lo the leud atei hue. dren Mildred and Carl motored to Chicago Thursday. Miss Norma Sargent is visiting friends In Chicago and taking in the Pageant of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Bender from Penn sylvania' are here visiting the for mer's 'brother, Henry Bender, and wife. L. Smith was a business caller in Ia Salle yesterday. II. Bonder was a business caller in Ottawa Friday. Mrs. ti. Huffstodt and son Robert returned home after spending the last week visiting relatives and friends in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shatighnessy of Deer Park are the proud parents ot a baby boy born at St. Marys hospit- la in La Salle. Mrs. Gus (Harms and grandson are. visiting relatives and friends in Ottawa. Maurice Fitzgerald was a business caller in Ottawa yesterday. Mrs. Swanson and daughter visited Mrs. Louie Larson in Ottawa Friday. Ora Esmond died at his homo in I'tica township Thursday evening. Funeral arrangements will he an nounced later. The American egion hoys have rented ami moved into the rooms over H. Bender's shoe shop. Mrs Robert Warrick or Ottawa call ed on friends in I'tica Friday. Miss Gertrude Hawniezak called on friends in La Salle yesterday. Lenard Brightman was a 'business caller in La Salle Friday. Walter Bosselman made a business call to Peru yesterday. Miss Gertrude Taylor visited with friends in La Salle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper return ed to Ui SaJIe after visiting the for mer's "mother. Mrs. Cooper, in Utica for a couple of weeks. Mrs.' J. . Antle was a shopper in Ottawa Friday. Misses Mable and Catherine Mor rlsaey .$ere callers in La Salle Fri day. Harry Duval. Rock sland freight ageut. made a business trip to Utica 1 - at th" dose of his Speech they give him a hig ovation." "Yes," interrupted the other, "But. after the speaker is gone people begin to reconsider some of his points, and the more they think 'em over the mor.? convinced thev become that the speak ers dope was all hunk. People In these days applaud from force of habit just 0 cheer the performer." "I wonder if that car day?" asked the tirst, tient. wili come to waxing Impa- Not a car for two hours.' Condis. broke in th. Holy ! tVVO. smoke.;! lets walk it!" said -G. W. W. today. T. .l.-Sf-nlt ca today. ailed on friends in Firat Papermakcr. The original paperraaker is the pa per spider, in the dense woods in the interior of Africa, that largo spider building Its home from line paper of its own making, when it selects a smooth surface about two inches square, covering it with hue threads tinit are papery, placing its so eggs beneath, then spinning a thin border tha, pastes it down tight until the eggs hutch in three weeks. Indianapolis News. Ml l MILITANT-MARY- J . . 1 I want -a -borne with- rolling- Iqwiw and qarden beds i . "iPnecc tvp and nccx7. But-1 -cant-get it oil-alone PROPOSE IN-ORDER PLEASE! E'pitiHwjb i Bass 11