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FLIES WITH OWN WINGS.
Frenchman Beats All Records With
Aeroplane in Italy.
OPEN DOOR A FARCE
Rome. June l.— Leo de la Grange,
jW U J
i V *
HEALTH VERY P O O R -
RESTORED BY PERUNA
Catarrh Twenty-five Years-
M a Bad Gough.
Mis? Sophia Kittle=on, Evanston,
III noi*, V S. A., writes:
“ I have lu-en tronl 1 J with catarrh
for nearly twenty-five years, and have
tried many cites for it, but obtained
very little hein.
"Then my brother advised me to ttv
Pernna, and I did.
i ‘ ‘ My heath was very poor at the
time I beuau taking Peruna. My thraat
Was very sore and I had a bail couth.
| “ Peruna has cuied me. The chronic
catarrh Is gone and my health is very
i “ I recommend P run» to all my
friend, who are troubled aa f was.”
PtRUNA TABLETS:— So ue people pre
fer tablets, rather than medicine in a
fluid form. Such people nan obtain
Pernna tablets, which represent the
medicinal ingredltn s of Pernna.
Each tablet equals one aveiage dose
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative
Manufactured by the Peruna Drug
Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Hard to I)o Without Pocket«.
“ The must annoying thing in naTj
life for u recruit is tile absence of
side pockets in the uniform trousers,”
J. U. Itose, a yeoman at the navy re
cruiting station, said tills morning.
"The average man doesn’t realize how
strong Is the custom of thrusting his
hands In his trousers pockets until he
dons a pair without pockets. I ’ve worn
the navy uniform four years now, and
I frequently find myself trying to put
my hands in my pockets.” Kansas City
E lix ir slSonna
CToansos the Nv stc*m Lffe e t-
ually. Dispels ( oli! s and Head-
o clio s duo to (lOnstipoFioa;
A cts naturally, acts Truly as
a L a x a tu e.
ren -YounjJ and O ld .
lo get its Benefit tal Ejjects
Always huv the Genuine w hich
lias* ihe ju ll name oj the Com
S t r l p C o .
by whom it is manufacturer!, printed on the
front cfev«»rv nnc'knftp.
SOLD BT ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS.
one size only, regular p- ice 50* ptr bottle.
OlsUAirou« Heart i o n .
“ I was awfully worried a tout Johnny
when he had that last tick »pell. '
Mrs L»ps!ing. “and when the d<M*tor told
me he was going to g**r well I went fair
ly deleferion« n th j y
H a ir
Nearly every one likes a fine |
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more manage
able; to keep it from being
too rough, or from splitting
at the ends. Something, too, |
that will feed the hair at the
•a:r.e time, a regular hair-food.
\TJl-fedhair will fcestrong, and
will remain where it belongs —
on the head, not on the comb!
Th. baa? kind of a teat.menial —
fo r OTer s ix t y y e a r » .”
E ,* o « . . . . ê î l v r t n o f
ST P A TR IC K \M
Drove ell the snakes from
The experiment station has received
the French »eropl.ini«. made a new Japan P rC p a ^ S tO HOld MiMClM’
a letter from J. A. B.. o f Everett, ash
I experiment with his aeroplane here
ing how to exterminate the Canadian
I this morning, which was so successful
Professor W. S. Thomber,
that it tilled the spectators with ad-j
horticulturist, replied as follows :
j miration. Fie surpassed his own rec-1
"T h e Canadian thistle Is a hard
ord by flying tor 13 minutes and JO
plant to fight, but by judicious cjt-
seconds, only then coming down be
tlng ami cultivation you can eradi
Drives all aches from the body,
cause he received a signal to do so,
cate It. The plant must be kept from
c u r e s R h e u m a t i s m , Neuralgia and
and also because the motor of his ma
forming a growth above the surface
C O N Q U E R S P A IN
chine cannot hold sufficient gasoline Port Arthur is Being Strengthened of the ground for at least one year
to operate it much longer than that.
In order that your efforts for Its ex
Into Second Gibraltar— Foreign
During that space of time M. de la
termination may be successful. The
plant spreads by underground stems,
Grange made nine and three-fourths
or roots, which are thrown up at dis
rounds of an establish d course in the
tances o f from three to six feet from
military field, namely six kilometers, a
Seattle, Wash., May 30.—According the parent plant, so merely destroy
little over nine and nine-tenths of a to a special to the Times from Vau
ing the mother plant will not kill
mile, at a velocity of 60 kilometers, or couver. B. C\, Japan has completely re the weed.
A good cutting during
ersed the ‘ *opeu door” policy in ilau
07.2 miles an hour.
the month of June, followed by other
huria. With the arrival of the Ameri
1 lie aeroplane was first pushed for
can battleship fleet in the 1‘aeific and cuttings in the latter part of July
ward by M. de la Grange's associates, the possibility of trouble with the and on through August w ill check
and as soon as the motor was put into t'nited States fitter on, Japanese states the thistle materially, and may de
It Is generally
action the machine rose without dif men are preparing for any emergency, stroy It entirely.
i’ort Arthur, the (.inner Hussion quite ditfieult to eradicate the plant
ficulty, keeping front seven to ten feet stronghold, is being made virtually im
in pastures and fenee corners, since
above the ground. It moved smooth regnal le, w hile the fortification* at a small residue will be left utnle-
S H O E S A T ALL
ly and turned easily, the rounds of Dalny, a seaport and railway terminus stroyed, which will grow durttg the
' P R IC E S . F O R E V E R Y
' M E M B E R OF T H E F A M IL Y .
the course following each other with
following year. There Is no spray
m f n . b o y s , w o m e n , m is s e s a n o c h il d r e n
nese, are leing rushed to completion that w ill kill it.
Sometimes It is
tv, L. U o u q /. i * i t t Afrn a n d ««//i
out interruption, and not once did the with feverish haste.
t d . O O n n d fS.Slia/toom
helpful to cut the thistle off about
aeroplane touch the ground. It was a
_ - «#»».*f any o / i) « p rrsitu/ucturtrr /<» Iho
A clash with the powers over a con
i/iey h o l d nVv/r
marvelops exhibition, which would tinuance of the discriminatory policy
s ; r . ? p fit .ht.'fep, wear / o n t«r and
the ground, which causes the root
© than a n y o th e r
have won De La Grange a prize of n >w being carried out in favor of the to rot by drying out. In cultivated
bs - v
t hoom In tha worJei to - d a y .
mikado's subjects is inevitable. I f
$3000 had it occurred in F'rance. It at lapan is compelled to back down, her fields It Is advisable to rake out the
W. L. Dsuglaj $4 and $5 Gi!' Fdge Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Ari Pii»
»• r-«’ \ F T I O N .
\V. I,. !>
« I. a me i\n«l |>i
on liittiotn. T u U f
least confirms his possession of the surrender will bring its advantages. underground stems, and allow them
N i I s
l- ’-t *i
tirai it eieryw tirr*. Sihov* ut* !<<l from
t ty to *»n. m
t Hi** w o ila . I l l u »
lih lw t
In ti to Any luMit AA.
W . ! . . 1 * 0 E U L A H , H r o r k t v a , E l maa .
The Japanese are more curiously to dry thoroughly before plowing
amused than alarmed over the proposal again.
visit of the American fleet to the
ROBBERS GET CASH.
F « r fr o m I t.
A < In c h .
Another letter from W. G. M., of
Y o u n m o k t all th* tim*#
‘ And how can you be aure of going
These are the conclusions reached by
Great Northern Passenger Train Held >. C. Pruoe during a recent extensive Mabton. made Inquiry concerning the to heaven?” asked the Sunday school • lon ’ t you?
N o ; h a lf the time I don’ t smok*
Up at Great Falls.
'ur through China, Japan and Corea. culture of English walnuts In that toucher.
1 seldom touch a cigar between
Professor Thornber's reply
"1 guess.” said little Tommy Wise, D p. m. and 9 a. m.
Butte, Mont., June 1.— A Miner spe Mr. Druee is ex Mayor of Oxford, Eng region.
and, and secretary of the Botanical So follows:
‘the l«st way would he to get pa to
cial from Great Falls, Mont., says:
ietv of Croat Britain. He is also eura-
M o th e rs w i l l A n d M rs. W in s lo w 's S o o t h in g
"T h e selection of proper varieties aay we couldn’t. Then ma would take
The north bound Great Northern or of the herbarium of the University
y ru p th e b« «• i • iu’ d v t o u n to r t h e ir c h U li A
Is very important, uud up to the pres us there or bust. That's how we got P ¡.uriug
the too thing period.
passenger train was held up this even of Oxford.
‘ While the official classes are re ent time 1 have fouttd only two va to the seashore last summer.”— Ubila
ing about one mile and a half from
served, the Japanese people are not the rieties that are hardy enough to dolphin Ureas.
W illin g
ie G le n
It n T r ia l.
this city by seven masked men at 12:31)
ist perturbed over the dispatch of thrive well under the renditions of
Sym path izin g F riend
You suffer from
S f. V t ’ in* l ance unti alt N e r v o u s DW * a * m
o'clock, the train being run onto a sid the American battleships to the Ori your locality.
These two are the
I I I ) t rintiuwnUy t ir M b y i»r. K D iih ’ h
general debility Roundimen, do you? Did
rv7* K *‘H o rrr. sen ti f«T K là K K f 2 tri U
Mr. Druce continued.
“ Of Fayette and the Mayette. They are irt’u iisc. 1 t . IL. I L K lin » lxl..kL>l A r c h 7 t., i'Lllià.,1 *k you ever try massage?
ing by the robbers, who fired a fusil ut.”
nurse, everybody in the East, except not English walnuts, strictly speak
Mra. Ski miner horn— N o ;
lade of shopts up and down the train
the diplomats, associates the demon
d oe« it roat a bottle?
Win Dempsey, an Augusta rancher, -t rat ion of American naval power with ing, but are the same species, and
are commonly spoken of as "P er-
'Slit' enjça^fil. ain’t s*.e ?” Inquired
was shot through the leg in attempt the Manchurian trade question. The
slan,’ or ‘ English walnuts.' It will the haughty blonde ut the iblKHi eoun
TU ' H T O N — \ssnjrer am ! C hem ist,
imous open door policy advocated by
ing to escape from the train after it
be Impossible for you to grow In a ter.
U a U vi F c iilur.hlu Spu mon p r i e s : OoLl,
i. ft • / lu’ or
H llver, I, uil, f I
had stopped, and Conductor Hayes all the white races is in reality a commercial way “ grafted trees of
‘Yes,” replied the lady who »old
I «n v s lo p e s a-.d
t***r, f i
was compelled by the robbers to pre
‘ 1 t Hunt o n application . Control ami 17 ; a-
these varieties, simply because the law*, “slio's engaged to that new Miles niti if I e ils
l o t «ranco:
p ire w<<rk Kolh’ llwtL
operation of grafting Is so difficult lady's brother.”
cede them in passing through the cars,
tlonal lia n k .
he carrying a hat in which the passen
price of grafting stock Is very high.
“ lie ’s ai night watcti gentleman over
gers were invited to dump what cash
INI ORMAI ION
A better way is to secure good first
they had about them. Most of them Five Years in Penitentiary and Pay or second generation trees from re to llargeu & Co.’».”— Philadelphia
deposited from $1 to $10, and the
Theses Becond Press.
F a r m o r B u s in e s s
Salem, Or., May 30__ J. Thorburn generation trees are grown from
booty of the desperadoes is not be
fo r sub*
N o t p a rtic u la r ab ou t location.
Ross, president of the defunct Titl
h to hear fro m O W N F R o n ly arho w ill
lieved to be greater than several hun
luarantee & Trust Company, has been In Oregon and California. From my
sell d ire c t to b u yer. G iv e p rie », descrip
tion and n tate w hen possession can b «
sentenced to serve five y»»ars in the personal experience, I should judgo
had. A ddresa,
For Infanta and Children.
W hile the passengers were being state penitentiary and to pay a tine of that you will succeed remarkably
L DARBYSHIKE. Bet 22%.
IU fc * r . N
ribbed, several of the highwaymen $.“>76,853, and to serve one day in the well If you secure good varieties
Multnomah county jail for each $2 of Almost any of our soils, If the sea
stood guard at the doors of the cars the fine not paid.
sons are not too severe, will grow
to prevent the passengers from leav
20 M U L E T E A M
Sentence was imposed by Circuit English walnuts, providing there Is
Judge George H. Burnett, after the mo not a shale, or hardpan, nearer than Bignaturo of
three or four feet to the surface of
The robbers finally jumped off the tion of Rosa for nrrest of judgment the ground.
I understand that wo
and for new trial had been overruled
RrllevliiK th e* Monotony.
coaches and disappeared in the dark Appeal has been taken to the supreme are obliged to watch these conditions
Nan lie proposed to you while th**
this section. I do not
ness. Rain is falling heavily, and the court, and Ross has been admitted t
IN A . N E
E W PACK AG E
recommend that English walnuts be train was going around the elevated loop?
night is so dark that no trace of the F>ail in the sum of $6000.
How odd !
This is the penalty Ross must pay fo
robbers could be found, although
Fan— Yes, and the engagement lasted
careful selection of varieties and of
flie conversion of $388.376 of stat
posses were in pursuit within 20 min school funds deposited by State Treas the orchard grounds that they will fill we got clear around. You don't know
how it relieved the tedium of the ride.— Moat (econom ical to buy. A ll dc a la n . S a v s t h s
utes after the outlaws had left the urer Steel in the Title Guarantee «1 succeed In many places.”
p a c k a g e top-*, each a re w o rth 12 coupons in ex-
Trust Company Bank and paid out o
• c n t.‘
I'le in iu m li**t fr e s o #
the tank by its officers prior to the
I'a« i tic Coast H '. ih x C o . Oakland. CaL
Another Inquiry from Seattle re
rime the bank closed last fall. Roes
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fnrany
GOVERNM ENT,.M AY SUE.
.vas manager of the bank, and as such lates to the culture of chestnuts. The e»M- oí Catarrh that uuunot be t urt-d by Ua i'a
aided Steel in securing legislation correspondent was advised as fol Catarrh Curo.
F i C H ENEY A CO .,Toledo,O
Great Area in Montana is Stripped wnich would enable the bank to get lows:
We. th»* undersigned, have kn *wn K. J.
possession of the state sehool fund
Cheney for th*: la t 1 > years, and believe him
Bare o f Timber.
O I » K N V I,L T i n : V K A B
perfectly honorable In all bulsncsa transactions
without paying interest thereon.
ular, tall-growing variety) should be atol financially ah:»* to carry out any obliga
Butte, Mont., June 1.— A federal sur
C latsop B each S easide , O riioh
pruned the same as any other shade tiou made bv hi* firm
vey corps is engaged in running sur
WA L PIN O . R IN N A N «ft M A P V IV ,
“ T u p
IIIr r «* lI, on th r t»,-,f h u . r r l n n k t . f I
tree, leaving, however, a permanent,
FLOOD WASHES OUT DAM.
W holesale P m g g fsts, 'loledo.O
■ n t
th e or. an. H ot »1111 bat Its and
vey lines in the mountains near Phil-
or constant leader, through the c*’ti
HaM’s C a ta rrah C ure *> »ken in le r n a ’ ly , act
ter o f the tree. This Is the practice
C liff H ouse K Z ' K ' f c f i B S 1
ipiburg, Mont., to determine the
Port Arthur, Ont., Loses Three Lives of the Experiment Station, and one faces o f th e system . T estim o n ial* sent free.
Hun p a rlo rs . U r c t r l c lig h ts . F ir e - I
P rice 7r> en fs per bottle. Hold by all D ruggiita.
amount of cordwood cut for the mines
| i I m «• Mild steam h ea t. F in e w a lk s I
T ake lla il'h Family Pills tor C o u stlp atio n .
. n M " HM<I d r l» e s . Hca fo o d * a spec- I
of Granite county, and the location of
u n tu u n
• , ... . * Lot
tall, or upright, growing trees. It is
Toronto. Ont.. May 30__ A spec ia’ also used upon the sweet cherries,
|o r .| I?.
I - . •
!.> I he w eek . [
I .I lc r a l < l i s r i f y .
the ground from which the timber
from Port Arthur today says the civic but not upon the sour ones.
■ ■ a l»A N . .1. M o o K I . l'roprtetor|
“ I would Ilk** to fake the H o u s e of th*
was taken. This wood was cut, it is power dam on Current river burst yes
"T h e tendency of this chestnut Is
claimed, from land belonging to the terday, causing a disastrous flood. The to produce a thin, open top. and It Is neetiug about this charity relief,” mild
N o . 23 OS
P N U
the professional pliilnnfhropint.
government, and it is intimated that
advisublo to cut back the outer limbs,
and occasionally the leader, to thick
suits may be begun to recover for
F N w r itin g to » i l v e r t l i s r i p i t i
Canadian Pacific freight train pulling en the foliage. The Dwarf, or Jap ip he found In* had taken nothing else. ¡ \\ ' I l iiit'ii
Mon th is p a p er.
about 700.000 cords of wood cut, ap into Port Arthur ran on the submerged anese, chestnuts should be pruned
proximating in value about $1.000,000. tracks and the engine was overturned to small, compact trees, branching
The bulk of this wood was cut about Kngineer Savage. Fireman McBride and them from a foot to three feet from
They will practically
10 or 12 years ago, during the boom Brakeman Inmann. who were on the on the ground.
gjne, were pinned under the wreckage take care of themselves after the
days of silver, and was used at the and drowned. The Canadian Pacifi
first year or two of pruning. This
Bimetallic and Granite
Mountain | Railway Company will I n » the heav on\ pruning may he done at any time
scr. several miles of its tracks having while the tree Is dormant, or after
mines, owned by Charles D McClure
the sap has «••-;t«ed to Mow, which
and his associates, of St. Louis, to- fi. en washed away.
The freshet was due to heavy raies will be Immediately ufter It comes
get her with a few Montanans. The
Into full leaf.”
M.il.iria i-i ilii' to inipiiritivs ami p i ns in the 1>1<, ,<1 Instead o f being
area of timber land stripped clean is The power house, the t'nnadian Parifh
railway bridge and Hie pavilion at the
10 miles wide and 12 long
park were swept awav. A number of
h 1 D
the ri< h. red , orpt: el* . that furnish nourishment and
A farmer residing near Center
families living near the dam ar* m ss
Accuse Turks o f Murder.
ville, desires to know the best meth strength to the body, and reduced thi i vital fluid to such a weak, watery
condition tii.it it i no lo n e r able to keep tlie system in health, or ward off
Constantinople, June 1.— According
od of raising peas, and the most de
the count). « di: < .«
and disorders that assail it.
The loss of these
to an official telegram received here
Tornado in Karsts.
sirable variety; also, with regard to red cor pit I. take th. . olor and ylow of h. .dth front the cheek, and we
irom Athens, a mail steamer with 130
Topeka. Kan., May 30__ A terrific- combining peas with oats. The Sta
• e pah
. .......... nd wa lied out, < balky <<>mpl< \ions among the first
women and children refugees from wind storm of almost the proportions tion supplied him with the follow
-vinptorn of ialatia
But Mal.iri.i is a
ncral ss temic disease, and aa
the island of Samos has arrived at rif s tornado, whieh passed over the ing Information:
I !.....mes more heavily loaded u t! its K , rm « ue h ive more serioui
Syra, one of the island“
The experience of the Experi .nd ■ OI : :«ated ■ inptonis ; th- impure 1.1« od having its effeet on all part*
clades group, and reports tb
the contin day night, killed one man and injured ment Station staff, leads us to be
an t sli ght
uation of a serious situation there. 2 persons, seven of them probable fa lieve that almost any of the com
The refugees say that a battalion of tallv. The storm traveled from th- mon field variety of peas will grow
¡i< ount ” fee.in *.
The la* k < f necessary nour
Turkish troops recently arrived at snidhwest snd was 1.10 yards wide D w ’ ll in your region. W e advise the ishment and healthful no
V’athy. capital of the island, and at took everything in the path and seat Black-Eyed Marrow Fat as the best
the blood causes laiils and abscesses,
once commenced to fire indiscrimi lered a number of houses, barns and general variety. Ordinarily we sow
D'l/inf I »00 I * u running . farm on
nately Many people were killed or -mall buildings over the prsirie. The the peas at the rate of one to one skin affections, and in gome cases
th. Mi nip-,i riser .nd b « . n i . w cm*r«*-
and one-half bushels per acre, disk .«ores and ulcers to break out, and
property damage will amonnt to thou in'? or drilling them at least four sometimes tlie patient is prostrated
ne.rd with M .l.n . that for a ,cv I
sands of dollars, and the damage to the Inches deep. Sow the oats about a with a spell of malarial fever which
almoat . phr«cc«l . reck, 1 triad * nuakr
Kill Women and Children.
of mrdicln*. r-roir.m.ndrd . . blood purlS-
growing erop is Isrge.
week after the peas are sown, as may leave his health permanently
tr,. chill curn, and M.d.n. rr.lic.ton,
Athens, June 1.— A body of panic-
the latter grow so much stronger impaired
To cure Malaria faith a
but nothin* did m. any good until I Is g u
Islander* Fear Massacre.
stricken refugees from Samos, who
and consequently, the oats wtll ha blood purifier and tonic are necessary,
to u » S. S. S. Th. mult m that .It.r
smothered out unless they are given
have arrived here, report that eighty
Ath*n«. May 30. Many m^n sn
.«king il lor .whit. I »• * *• «»U sod
We do not consider
women and children were slain by ehiblren fleeing from th»* Nland o
rtron* . . I . . . r » a
I bar. m w had a
that oa>a and peas are as good for the same time build up the system
chill .coca nor th» •liahlr.l
Turkish troops during the first day's Samos have reaehej Smyrna. They rep horse* as for cows
The mixture front its weakened and run down
Malaria. 1 hop. o«hrr» will b- OanaAtW
fighting at Vathy. capita1 of the island. rpo$»nt the «ituation there fo Re mo« makes very rich, nutritious hay."
S S S. is the medicine
or R 17 .ipaorora, and with (hat and la
They declare also that the troops fired entieal. It i* feared that the Turk1«
l»est fitted for this work,
ft is the
now I (icrt tbw trr.nomal, kn-sciaf Wat
I H 'I n 't Steed I h e m .
persistently on the foreign consulates. reinforcement« now on their way to th'
most perfect of all blond purifiers, and
S. S. S 1 . ibr but r.-nadf tor Malar«..
The refugees are all Greeks, and, as island will «tart a general
Neighbor I f your statement Is true the purely vegetable ingredients o f
Aniory. M i M.
». *. COWLIT.
they have inborn hatred o f the Turk, \ proposal that the powers dispatH your clothesline was roblesl by trampn.
which it is composed make it the
their statements are accepted here warships to Samos is being urged, The
Judsori llow do you make that out? Kr* it t and ‘ .ifcst of all tonics.
nth cons crable reserve.
principality of Samos ex;«t« under the
Nelfldeir Didn't you any they took S S
1 cwn into the circulation and removes everv trace of impurity
guarantee of France, Great Britain and everything but tie* towels? Illustrat
n nd at the same tim e jftve* to the Mood the health-sustaining qual-
Cholera It Spreading.
Manila, June 1 — The cholera at
1 remove the -m is and poisons which produce the disease and while doing
Epidemic of Suicide in Rustia.
Dagupan. 1 2 0 nisles ( r r m Manila, is
Tba pig Iron production In the United this tones up
] trengthem* every part o f the system. When S. S. S. has
worse Twenty- nine deaths are today
St Petersburg. Mxv 36. There ha- State» In 100*7 m 25.731,.161 gross tons, cleansr-l th. birud the svmpt -m* p i-s aw .v, the healthy color returns to
reported. due to eating infected food« heen an epidemie of anieide* in St. according to the American Iron and Hteel
the complexion, the old tired, depressed fceliii* is Rone, and the entire health
The people are 1oath to clean up their Petersburg that ha« la«ted for three Association. This amount was 1.9 per
Book with information about Malaria and anv medienl advice
surrounding«, de spite strenuous efforts montha. The average number of death. cent gres’ er than that of lisa*,. Canada I is ren< wed
T H E S W IF T SPECIFIC CO.. A I L a N T X . 0A .
on the par* of the bureau of health.
has bees $5 a month.
produced .".sl.lt*; ton* in 1 '.S17.
BL'ILDS IM P R E G N A B LE FO RTRESS
Washington Farmers Ask Information
on Various Subjects.
From the Washington S tate College. Pullman.
ria b y F o rtify in g H e rs e lf.
ANSW ERS TO INQUIRIES.
CttLKBY P t » TO tAL.
C A S T O R IA
The Kind You H ave A lw ays Bought
.M A LA R IA