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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 20 May 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - 2 °- C. L COLLINS. SOCKS, Don't matter much how you spell it. but it does matter a great deal the kind you buy. Have you seen those bearing this trade mark? C. L. COLLINS Tlibsb am limit tot in I 1 il-M Jim Pit x I .''They are the best goods made," as the many say who have used llieua, so will you say so, too, after trying them. \ Hay c them in different grades and sell them at \ 7 Pairs for - - 5« Cents. [ 3 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. I 2 pairs for - - 25 Cents. < 1 Pai> Brown or Black - 10 Cents. I T Pair Black or Grey 15 Cents. TRY THEM. SI I C. L. Collins. PROFESSIONAL CARDS —ATTONEYB. CARML B. GRAVES. IRA P. ENuLEHART. Graves & Englehart, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Okfices: Ellensburg and North Yakima. Mires & Warner, tlttor ue-tp at £ato, Will practice in all the courts of the state. Office in < I eddis Block. ELLENSBURG, WASH. L, A. YIHCENT, Cltfotvici| at £avu, Will practice in all the Courts of the state. Office in ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 20 May 1898

•♦■ ♦ earth. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TEAMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ICach «fcK W • in.- jrear, if paid In advance, fI.OO ■tared Nov. stb, l»'.'4, ut tbe postoffice, Btlenibunt, Kinita- county, Washington, s* <-ntitl<-iJ to second-class poetal rates. Office south tide of Fourth street, betweei Pearl and Main street*, rear of Qeddti iloek. ROBERT A. TURNER, EDITOR To believe in a good cause is well, but to work for that cause is better. Hk that control- the money of a country, can control the property of the country. Wealth ii produced by labor and therefore belongs to the labor which produces it. Prosperity for the people will not be fully realized until all un just legislation is completely wiped out. When the people make their own laws they will do more thinking about the kind of laws that ought to be made. Reformers are necessarily men of determination. but some times they are too determined for the good of the cause they advo cate. Napoleon won his victories by getting the aimy of hi...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 20 May 1898

-fHE CRBAM. He.dthe new advt.ofCog A Co. ,|j ri,,» u . was In Tacruna last sun .lhv Strawberries are ripehithe Wenatcl.ee V..IICV. T l„. first on f alfalfa will need to ho cut soon. I> Medill lias bought the l ukiina Epigram- The jnrv was discharged Monday adeni"" I '- pwirr rihoitdy was in the city again this «fk. W •» .lnhu, of Thorp, was in the c ity this We, '< Pat Keel"", of Ronald, was in the city this week. j t Kartell is in the city for a few days on a visit. X J. Hamacber returned to North Yakima Sunday. Claude BrlggS. of North Yakima, was In the city this week. Who said the wind did not blow last Tuesday mid Wednesday. j 0. W. Pantske, the artist, spent Sun day and Monday in Roslyn. E K. Wage* can enjoy a joke as well »sany person in KUensburg. Theron Stafford, of Cle Klura, was down attending court Friday. Miners can be supplied with all kinds of blanks at Thk I>awn ofliee. Have you seen the new stock of bam boo goods at Scott & hatimer's. Mis. M. A. schnebly...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 20 May 1898

PEARL STREET. Dry Department. TT rXp eceiving nd marking otlf Complete spring line al LI - Cape*, •' kets, Dren \\ Skirt-, Bicycle Skirte, Taylor made Suit*, Dreea gc Is. Trinimi g*, Laces and Em broideries Jst?:Lciiii*inj£ Monday Mnroli Tt.t>» , ...... i tbil .:*.v. All »rdi • .'• invited to inspect our wL*tr.*r you w:-:. : : r:. : We have - me new pattern*, in Japanese Slatting, the best !inen warp stood* made. select it. Your* Patronage is olio it eel. Brief History of the War y 24 M me ordered *.. Hivm i. January 25 —M line enters tta- Bion e given public funerals 'in'Ha eides onsepai ite in miry. ordered to Havana. pronounce explosion m internal accident. Fel ruary 22 -Senate passes bill try ordered to Havana. February 24—En«ign Powelson discovers Maine's keel bent upward. February 25— Vizcaya leave.-. New York for Havana." ' March 1 — welcomed in Havana. March '■> —i!'.-ii work logins in navy yards. March - $50,000,000 voted by March 11 —Redistriction of army March 15 —B...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 27 May 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. - Mmm mini ■ >W v"s VOL. 5- Na 21 • C. L COLLINS. SOCKS, Don't matter much how you spell it. but it docs matter a great deal the kind you buy. Have you seen those bearing this trade mark? C. L. COLLINS Tke» are tail! direct inn He Mill —no Jisrs PA "They are the best goods made," as the many say who have used them, so will you say so, too, after trying them. Have them in different grades and sell them at 7 Pairs for - 5° Cents. 3 Pairs for - 25 Cents. 2 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. 1 Pair Brown or Black - 10 Cents. 1 Pair Brown, Black or Grey - 15 Cents. : TRY THEM. C. L. Collins. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTONEYS. P* »• ORAVES. IUA l>. KNGI.EHART. Graves & ringlehart, ATTORN].;,:: AT LAW. ° F «CEB: Ellknsbuuo and North Yakima. Mires & wa >ncr, fli«otiu'ij.v at Saw, J>Jl practice in all the courts of the }»• Office i„ Qeddis Block. WASH. k A. Vincent, €lUotwe..j at Saw, practice in all the Courts of the tuL officein tll(! Davidson Bl...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 27 May 1898

Per tixo PcoplG 3T.0-.V on. T EARTH. «- ♦ PU BLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! (Ouch week. Ofi One year, if paid in advance, .+ 1.00 ntered Nov. sth, 1804, al the postoffice, Bllenaburff, Kittitas county, Washington, as entitled to second-class, postal rates. Office south side of Fourth street, between I'earl and .Main streets, rear of Ueddis ■ •lock. ROBERT A. TURNER,.EDITOR After the war is over, After the bills fall due, Let tis have no bonds to pay. To further fatten the few. An. capital has been produced by labor. EXTORTION is worse than repud iation. 'fii is country has never yet made any unsound money. It is not only a question of free silver, but of free men. Tin-: time has come for the farmer to go into politics and go into it in earnest. It is not so much a silver craze as it is a gold-bug craze just now — gold bonds. 'I'm: truest patriotism in this country is anchored in the homes of the common people. "National honor," with some of our great financiers, really means...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 27 May 1898

fHB CKEAM. Prodigal Father May 30th. (taut the new advt. of Cox & Co. Don't forget ilecoration day—May 30. See the troubles of Prodigal Father May 80. Peter McCallum was over from Seattle riaturday. Bead the program for decoration day exercises. I). K. Richards, of Easton, was down this week. B, 0. Ackloy, mailc a I rip to Tacoma lust week. Mrs. A. <>. Wisjtard if quite Hick with the measles. Col. E. E. Waner will be orator of the day, May 80. Flore'lCO Thomas is still quite sick with bilious fever. Ifvou want to enlist in the militia see Capt. Flynn. Hear Col. E. E. Wager's patriotic ad dress on MaY 80. Capt. Flynn says his company is fill ing up pretty fast. Matthew Dallahand, of Koslyn, was in the city Saturday. Everybody cordially invited to come out decoration day. Dan O'Neal started up his saw mill on the Wenas Monday. Prodigal Father, not son, a keyed up to-date farce, May 80. fames Ferrell, of Thorp, spent a few days in Tacoma last week. See the program for the ann...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 27 May 1898

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Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 June 1898

The Dawn and Thrice Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - 22 ' C. L COLLINS. SOCKS, Don't matter much how you spell it but it does matter a great deal the kind you buy. Have you seen those bearing this trade mark? C. L. COLLINS These are boit iirect In tie Mill-no Jiers Prill. "They are the best goods made," as the many say who have used them, so will you say so, too, after trying them, Have them In different grades and sell them at 7 Pairs for - - 5° Cents. 3 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. 2 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. 1 Pair Brown or Black - 10 Cents. 1 Pair Brown, Black or Grey - 15 Cents. TRY THEM. C. L. Collins. PROFESSIONAL CARDS —ATTONEYS. CARROL B. ORAVES. IRA P. ENOLEHART. Graves & Englehart, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offices: Ellensburg and North Yakima. Mires & Warner. Attorney* at Saw, Will practice in all the courts of the state. Office in (Jeddis Blook. ELLENSBURG, WASH. L. A. Vincent, tlrtotiieij dt £<*tv, Will practice in all the Courts of the State. Office in the Davidson Block...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 June 1898

♦ lAKTII. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TERMS 01 •'.'}■-■ RIPTI OS Eac-ti week, «»ue tear, if paid jl advasce, fLSO Dtered Nov. :>\b, ISM, at tb< poctoSvSC, EJlerjtburK, Kiujia- count, Waabtogtoa, a, erjtitltd to secoad■ elai peetaJ r*i*». Ofßc* Mjuib side of Fourtti street, betweea Pearl acd Main streets, rear of Geddis dock. ROBERTA. TURNER. EDITOR Ge.n A. J. Warm* and senator Teller, also senator J. K. Junes, of Ark., are out flat footed for a lull legal tender greenback, instead i I bonds to carry on the war. Remember the committee meet: iiig of the three parties takes plact June loth at . p. m—each party Io meet separate.y. Ii you are a mem ber of the committee, be sure that you attend. The reform forces it; Ohio—pop ulist, democrats, free silver repub lican, prohibition, and liberty parties have consolidated in one party, called the Union P.eform. Great enthusiasm prevailed. A vigorous platform was adopted and a strong ticket nominated. .Seattle has another new paper that will b...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 June 1898

C* ♦ lilfl. ♦ ♦ PUBLISHED kVEEKLY. IfcHM 1 - OK IUBBCKIPTION t£i»<;b week, OS One .tear, if psi'i :r. advance, tUX ntere'l Nov. Mb, IBM, tfj<r po.toffice, Eliemsburif, Kit tit a- county, Waabloflon, m eatttled to Meond-etaai postal rat**. Ofa toutfa ride ot Fourth itreet, betweea I'ea.-i sad Maui fctreett, rear Oeddls r.lo'ik. ROBERTA. TURNER. EDITOR (jk.s A. J. V/aBXEB and Senator Teller, also Senator J. K. Jones, of Ark., are out fiat footed for a lull legal tender greenback, instead of bonds to carry on the war. ReMEXBEH the committee meet: ing of the three parties '.aker place June loth at I p. m—each party to meet separately. Ji you are a mem ber of the committee, be sure that you attend. Thk reform forces in Ohio—pop ulist, democrats, free silver repub lican, prohibition, and liberty parties have consolidated in one party, called the Union Reform. Great enthusiasm prevailed. A vigorous platform was adopted and a strong ticket nominated. SEATTLE has another new paper that...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 June 1898

CR^AM. luil , l ioaoecnI,.lune1 ~lune Uth. I *0,Wi 9 1.a..n.- over in heattle this, for Idaho Monday I ****** Ellensburg will hod. .fie -I''l °" tttr,, "° n F llunhnd another very bad ..pell rfSto old trouble Monday. Nonbusiness into ' • I f,,ni|t\ '1: >v" OUt fo his - nowers. fl KeetlnWaUaW.di l onthe7th. rM ßßrownfteld,of\VHle.ville,isvWt, v ii,..,—1 T. Brownfleld, of this ing his brother— i city* A Ififtsand Thos. Meagher left for the Colvillo c-uuntry Tuesday, and will . be absent Home weeks. T he 10 h annual "«» ,on ol ,he Wttßh " inK meets in La Center, Clark county. June 7th. . . linllte nousb Cure is till! best prepara- i •0M »™^ d or used and I can't say too '' ou i !?tta Maine ' • '■• M. Kennon, Merchant ' gft«V*Js?s Stephen. 4Klwood. Coi Wager made a splendid address { Decoration day, and it was very warmly receive.! by a l»W appreciative audi ence. /, If yon like hot bread for your supper -tothe Boss Bakery for it every after noon at 4 o'clock. The celebration will ta...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 June 1898

PEARL STREET. Dry Gr-ood Department. WT ire now receiving and marking our Complete Spring tine of Ladies* kets, Dress \\ -kirts, Bicycle Skirts, Taylor made Suits, Dress goods, rrimmings, Laces and Embroideries Beginning Monday Alfiroli TtJ>. W« will be ready to show the patron? of Ellensburg, the best selected rtock oi 3j ring styles ere: placed on salein this city. All are cordially invited to inspect oar Stock, whether yea wish to purchase or not. We have some new patterns, in Japanese Matting, the best linen warp fctoodl made.. Our lines of Carpets are all here, and we can cut. sew and deliver your carpet the same day you I, select it. Your Patronage is Solicited. BIG STEALJN BLEV.TTT Something; That Should be In vestigated a statement to be made that there has been a big steal among the mill men and company superintendent. A young man was caught stealing amalgam to the amount of 1600 and some bad disappeared before, but the exact an."unt is not known. The mill run was less t...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 3 June 1898

The Dawn Supplement. Vol. 5. Ellensbubq, Wahii , Jink .'!, 1898. m mn m scnui We are going to make the Eagle scream at Ellensburg. July 4th, 1898. The citizens of Ellensburg got a patriotic hustle on them selves and raised a very large purse for the purpose of ap propriately celebrating our natal day, and giving vent to the manifestations of joy over the great victory of Dewey at Ma nila, and of others sure to follow. The largest purse ever offered iv Ellensburg will be hung up for Horse Races, Bicycle Races, Foot Races, Hose Cart Races aud other Athletic Sport. Prize Competative Cadet Drill. Two First Class Hands will furnish Patriotic Music. Dance Day and Night. Patriotic Speeches, Songs, etc. Grandest Pyrotectuic display ever witnessed in Central Washington. The Committee have secured possession of the Armory aud two blocks of ground adjoining which are now in the hands of landscape gardners being beautified and arranged for the comfort of guests. Pavillious will be erected. Ever...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 June 1898

i Dawn and Thrice j Weekly World, $1.65. VOL. 5- N0 - 2 3- C. L COLLINS. SOCKS, Don't matter much how you spell it but it does matter a great deal the kind you buy. Have you seen those bearing this trade mark? CD z _l o o -I o These ire leii Aires! in tie 11-ii Jolliers Fit "They are the best goods made," as the many say who have used them, so will you say so, too, after trying them. Have them in different grades and sell them at 7 Pairs for - - 5° Cents. 3 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. 2 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. 1 Pair Brown or Black - 10 Cents. 1 Pair Brown, Black or Grey - 15 Cents. C. L. Collins. SEWING MACHINES! .High Grade 4*97 Vibrator Shuttle, 3i±LL" Scott & Latimer, LYNCH BLOCK. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS- THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. TRY THEM. SEE THEM AND SAVE MONEY! We also Handle THE NEW HOME MACHINE. ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, JUNE io 1898. SOX. Rotary Shuttle, Drop Head, Best Machine on earth, - • $50- Men's Fine Calf Goodyear Welt Lace, 1-2 Double Sole Square Edge, Tip-Toe, Cam ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 June 1898

THE * ELLENSBURG * DAWN. One year, if paid in advance, $1«M Entered Nov. sth, 1894, at tbe postoffice, KlJensburg, Kittitas county, Washington, M entitled to second-class postal rates. Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main streets, rear of Qeddil flock. ROBERT A. TURNER, "Strong as a Sampson, Schley as a fox. What more Dewey want?' - Wk hope to see a good attend ance of the yeomanry of the three parties at the meeting called for the 25th, I p. in. in this city. Last week the type made us say that the three committees —Popu- list, democrat and free silver re publicans would meet in conference in this city on the loth of June, when they should have -aid the 25th. Thk laboring people of this country have not been able in years to get any measure of relief through legislature, without hav ing it declared unconstitutional. The last law given to the people was the homestead law, and then the people got the law and the rail roads got the land. Local conferences with th...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 June 1898

Hot, ol> my! The city was full of people featurday. The political pot has begun to Bimmer. Bead our letter from Nile, Wash., this week- A l,av baler to rent. For particulars fa,toO. H.King. jonn Newman was reported as qnite iic k early in the week. Haying begins this week and the crop i, said to be excellent. W ork on|the Presbyterian church is progressing slowly but surely. W H. Oldham has gone to Oregon to Oregon, to look up a location. Mrs. Grissom is visiting her daughter, jjre. Peffers, of East Kittitas. Gov. Rogers will deliver the address to tue graduating class thin year. Dr NewlandisinNew York City on biwiness. Will return in about a month. Will J - Boyd has been holding down a job sb section hand for several days past. MikeAgnew is over from Uratanum forafewweeka to look after his hay crop- Henry Grissom and family, of Sbtanum ore visiting relatives in this valley this week. More than 17,000 pounds of milk are received daily by the Ellensburg Cream ery Co. Some of the p...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 10 June 1898

PEARL STREET, Dry Grooci Department. '\\T~\yr* are now receiving and marking our Complete Spring line of Ladies Capes, Jackets, Dress ▼ V Jl-J skirts, Bicycle Skirts, Taylor made Suits, Dress goods, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries Beginning Monday March Ttl** We will be ready to show the patrons of Ellensburg, the best selected stock of Spring styles ever placed on salein this city. All are cordially invited to inspect our stock, whether you wish to purchase or not. We have some new patterns, in Japanese Matting, the best linen warp floods made. Our lines of Carpets are all here, and we can cut, sew and deliver your carpet the same day you select it. Yotir Patronage Is {Solicited. COMMENCEMENT DAYS. The State Normal Program. Following is the program for the normal commencement exercises June 12, 13, 14 and 15: BACCALAUREATE DAY, Sunday, Jnne 12, 11 a. m. Doxology - - Audience Invocation - Rev J. V. Milligan Chorus, "The Heavens are Telling," Haydon. Scripture Reading - Rev. A. Bar...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 June 1898

The Dawn and Thrice WeeWy World, $1.65. VOL. 5- NO - 2 4- C. L COLLINS. SOCKS, Don't matter much how you spell it but it docs matter a great deal the kind you buy. Have you seen those bearing this trade mark? C. L. COLLINS These are limit direct In tie Mill--! lien Pit. "They are the best goods made," as the many sa}' who have used them, so will you say so, too, after trying them. Have them in different grades and sell them at 7 Pairs for - - 50 Cents. 3 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. 2 Pairc for - - 25 Cents. 1 Pair Brown or Black - 10 Cents. 1 Pair Brown, Black or Grey - 15 Cents. C. L. Collins. SEWING MACHINES! $gh Grade ±Q~7 v «brator Shuttle, 2s£-' Scott 8c Latimer, LYNCH BLOCK. THE ELLENSBURG DAWN. —- OR TRY THEM. SEE THEM AND SAVE MON^Y! We also Handle THE NEW HOME MACHINE. ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, JUNK 17 1898. SOX. Rotary Shuttle, Drop Head, Best Machine on earth, - - $50. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS- Men's Fine Calf Goodyear Welt Lace, 1-2 Double Sole Square Edge, Tip-Toe, Cam br...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 17 June 1898

THE ELLENSBURG DA WN. One year, if paid in advance, Entered Nov. :.th, 18M, at the po"totlke, HleMbaiT, Kittltu county, Washington, entitled to KCOad-cISM po-tal rate-. Office south side of Fourth street, between Pearl and Main fttnets, rear ot Oeddtl block. ROBERT A. TURNER, Why should the people not vote* on the laws as well a- on the of ficers? Thk republican paper of Ohio are shouting frantically "get V • gether.'' Thanks, gentlemen, that's just what we are trying to do. The reception given Gov Rogers at the normal Wednesday evening was a grand affair and one that seemed to be enjoyed by all present. It is said that Leieter will make four million dollars out of his wheat deal and yet be will not add one penny to the total wealth of the nation. ALL public officials are servants of the people—not be as many suppose. Therefore officials should obey their master- in kind, oblig ing and courteous manner, never assuming the role of a dictator. Aran the close of the exercises at the no...

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