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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

jn I r I p c 0 > 0 i TTTK STANDARD O DEN UTAH JSATURDAI 1 MAT 23 190k 00 1 I xt 0 > IXL 1 < TO THE FURNITURE BUYERS r OGDEN I o r It L D OF I A t t r I J r 1J < d r J < S The IXL Furniture r f k t Carpet Company i A i of Salt j Lake City i > e I I S WIU Continue their Big Fire Adjustment Sale Un r v der the direction of Chas L Peckham Adjuster of Chicago t i c r The I x L FURNITURE c CARPET CO OF SALT LAKE CITY UTAH have placed their entire stock of furniture carpets t stoves ranges drapery goods queensware and everything needed for the home amounting to over 20000000 on sale Nothing will be re served A great many of these goods were only slightly da aged by water some by smoke and the balance not at all harmed We are going to remodel our building and for this reason we will force a rapid clearance of r this entire stock at reductions 50 per cent to 75 per cent People have come from all parts of Utah Wyoming Idaho and Nevada to take advantage of this unparalleled s...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

1 t i 1 i t 4f f2 f f r I Ao I I Pages 9 to 16 I TI i r OGD L N T A 1l 1D AR D Iii I Part Two I THIRTYNINTH YEAR NO 127 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MA Y 29 1909 > 7 Ai i l PRICE FIVE CENTS j f L i J I i J I i TAT I 1UNTC lr 1 Lwr3T f r f r 1 FRI A 1 1 A Lonely Trek After Gemsbuck and Lions By Percy Selous Wherever jlare made and sold and game is hunted fop the sake of the sport of it the name of Selous is familiar The stones of his achievements circle the globe and tens of thousands of lesser hunters fed honored lo have hunted with him on occasion or to have crossed his track or followed 1 his rail A confirmed nomad a soldier of the chase by irresistible predilection he has spent his J life hunting tapping and traveling sometimes in the Canadian woods sometimes in the forests of J the Andes sometimes in the passes of Central Asian mountains sometimes in the northern ten 4 sometimes in the African jungle and the story of his hunting experiences is a romance of fact and advent...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

Y I 1 P r < Detroit Tigers Strongest Team In American League 1 By TOMMY CLARK LL the Detroit JTIgern with w thoir superior offensive ability land their third consecutive American f leaijuo pennant and thereby accomplish something which the Chicago Phlla I delphia and Boston teams other pen to mint wlnncrH havo been unable < do Judging by the early great form displayed by Jennings vociferous jun gleltcs answer this question Yes Tho allowing of the Detroit team dur ing most of tho season to data evi dences that It Is capable of ranking a It la safe to say runaway race oC It safoIto that unless some of Jennings most H valuable players are Incapacitated thoro will not bo a very exciting finish lco this years Amerlpan league race Of course baseball Is very uncertain and the team which apparently has everything Its own way now may prove I in easy mark for other teams later on butrln tho caso of tho Detroit team It must not bo overlooked that In two previous campaigns It has shown It...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

t a cz v l P f r f r I 1 j b 1 WHAT A fILEMMA r t R By Arthur E McFarlane i IllhI J ° a ELL weve got eleven francs left haven WELL Eleven francs About limo dollars and a quarter Morton Yes and eleven francs have grubstaked two people for a week a good many times before now Gwendolyn you can bank on that 4 But I tell you the Winstons are here I dl How do we know its the Winstons 4 Who else could it be They said they were going to surprise us And thcjrc our only friends too that the concierge knows Youll sec theyll call again tonight or tomorrow morning sure And supposing they do 4 Supposing they dot After their entertaining us in t f Boston for ten days and then taking us all over Lon I don to have them catch us like this II Let me cable then The coin would be here the day after tomorrow And when you told your father the last time that t never under any circumstances would we overdraw again Besides she added with a milder emphasis 1 it would take almost every copper weve got on hand ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

H c I > i T I r a I 4 ILJt + I + i + H1 ot t IHHH + Hr 11 j UNION LABOR E1 DEPARTMENT i f I Under the Auspices Address all Communications to A t of the W M PIGGOTT Editor f C I OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street g t + HHHrH + H1 LABOR DAY I As the labor day celebration is awaited by most of the grown ups and by all of the younger part of the population with feverish Impatience The Trades Assembly f Ogden hu begun early this year and will endeavor begn deavor to make tho celebration one long to be remembered by all who at tend and especially those who tako Iart in the festivities The Four State Fair association made a propo sition to the committee to celebrate tie day at the fair grounds this year ns the CAll will open on that daytho be Gth of September Tlfe Assembly gan by organizing what will hereafter bi known as the FourState Labor Day Association aud will hold a celebra tion every year In Ogden and will try t6 mnlce each succeeding year better than the preceding on...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

1 pp r L i I I t 1Q O e J 1 ° J = Y > x 1 G l 0 > h t f o 0 Cr1 LLJ 4 O o Ea ieD r a 0 2 5 i TfiE UITTEE THINGS IN DREBS I 2j TASTE IN THE ACCESSORIES I I I THE MARK OF DISTINCTION lij HERE come times when it t THERE necessary to concentrate the mind on the fact that good 4 dressing is largely an individ ual matter With any radical change in styleoutline silhouette the French ti people aptly call it it is well to con sidcr your figure take a personal stock I account as it wererealizing the good lines which must be retained and any undesirable features that may be dis guised or iniprovcd The beginning of S the spring season was beset with rumors lj that were most disquieting proclaiming r ip 1 the vogue of the extreme and impossible It really was not worth while to fret t t over the matter for good scnsc like truth is mighty and must prevail When we arc threatened with the loss of the waistline the time for serious consid t eration has come As a matter of fact the spring styles...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

7 1 1 4II1li1 j J I 1 1 NEWS ANDVI EWS OF fARME R S I I In IJVJ by LMoclated Farm Irea Chicago I CARING FOR TURKEY POULTS Dank Damp Quarters and Lice Responsible Nealy All Deaths of Young Turkeys y < i J VJIKA GALIGH5p i Turkey hens begin laying early In usually make and an they u U the spring nests the ground it is not advisable their on the first lot or them hatch visable let them to alt In eggs unices one cnn get sheltered place some cold damp nest In 1C the hen alts a will hatch well This the ngt eggs sickly Is often the cause of weak poults make the best While turkey hens plan to hatch the mothers It Is a good egfSWHh chicken hens first clutch of eggs then by the time the turkey hens have flnlBhed the second laying the weather be and they may IB somewhat warmer allowed alt See that thfc hens have good nests and arc kept free of lice If the hens riro allowed to sit In old nestboxes become regular louso they will soon Incubators Then when the HUle tur trouble will begin out yo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

1 I JL vender Class Day rocKwilL Violet Hat I i I I Collarless Frocks the i Rule For Class Day I A Lingerie or Linen d Costume What the J Girl Graduate s r j I ear Dressy Frock r for Fraternity Teas A Light Wrap Will J Be Needed a i I HEX Betty goes to see her Bob take his B A sho wears her j W most admiring mien nnd the very i prettiest frocks and furbelows that shin can coax from tbo t pockets of an Indnlgeut papa Whether j the delights of commencement week will > be experienced Intbo shelter of the JS monument nt Annapolis down the wind ing way of lllrtntlon Walk nt West r Point under the elms nt Yale or on the I campus of any other college the femin JI ine sartorial proxlslon will be the same iE Just the prettiest and flultlcst and alto gether mont bewitching summer togs that Miss Betty con lay her bands on 1 Juneunless It toles n notlou to be 2d sulkily raw and rainy calls for the most diaphanous of midsummer tollottcs antI i commencement week wear may be ns u plctutobque an...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 29 May 1909

J 1 t 5 j < + t < i + c l cu c f j l le J 1 O I f > FmN l ft J < J I I 1 > > 1I S i t i 11 J 1J 11 VI J j VIs frl S l f = l i i1 jr t 1 l t jcY > i r l I r i l I H J > x r j v f 1j r l i J 1jL i = L J I I c i J 1 1 t 11 j r i I J Jl f c i i I1 Y ri t jfiV I oIS rI r a 1 I 7 I 49 7rii 0 j f I I Iy f I r I 4 1 r 1 i fi < j 4 I I r s i Y i i a > i i fjl jt1 4l r ff v < < P > S f vf > t jt i iirli rtJj i I > 1 Jt iL 1 i 1 i M 1 1 r < I J r t e h ti A < 3ft I 1 l i i I 1 I V 1 r 1 i 7 war a7 p S J 1 IY f r I y + + r + oc + + + + + + + + z + 4 + THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE 4f + The bud is near the blossom f f The heart with hope athrob j t t And love is all attuned to song j1 t With never sigh or sob t t For life is in the morning t t And life is very fair t t The viol and the violet t Are wedded in the air sX t t X of t The vista beams before her f + But ah too soon too soon t t Will come the creeping shadow shapes r t That veil the afternoo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

f + T Jf 7 > 10fJ 4 > < NO GUESS WORK I t I WEATHER FORECAST I STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE AND GUAR t t tfl1flbTb U T A HTHE INDICATIONS ANTEED NEWS GATHERING BY THE GREATEST ASSO I + BE ABE MORROW FAIR THE TONIGHT wEATHER AND WILL TO CIATION IN THE WORLD I 39TH YEARNO 128 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING MAY 31 1909 1 L PRICE FIVE CENTS 7 MONUMENT TO HEROES AT fiETTYSBURfi UNVEILED j BY HELEN TAFT I I Memories of Those Who Died or Fought on Famous Battlefield Perpet uated in Granite on the Bloody Angle President Taft Delivers OrationSecretary of War Pays Glorious Tribute to Patriotism of Men Who Participated in Great Struggle Gettysburg Pa May 31 President I ran delivering the principal speech Rt the unveiling hero today of a splendid granite monument erected by congress to the memory of the men of the regular army who fell in the lu ec days lighting that turned back the rising tide of the confeder acy paid a high tribute to the reg ulars and declared the necessity o...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

I r I I = jPHE STANDARD c OGDEN tJTAk MOND AY MAY 31 1909 I EI Ih svwwvw > wvwwwx OUR TRAVELERS CHECKS ARE SAFE CONVENIENT AND AVAILABLE cbnnt abroad remember to takov this country or tri I 1J trlp 1n wh ntiltlmra trln Sfh Sf TiJSere Checks They afford Safety for your funds rraeleffj I with you our are Convenient to carry and an Available everywhere For sale In suitable denominations COMNERGIAL Capital 910000000 NATIONAL Surplus 4 Profits 7500000 BANK OGiN UTAH f U 1 l + + + + + iSPORrr + + + + + + + + + + + Moran and Kling Are Compared as Catchers I Do the Cubs miss Kling Will the I I absence of KUng from behind the bat 4 materially weaken tho worlds cham pions baseball team Is Pat Moran ablo to catch good enough ball to off net the absence of Kling I These arc questions constantly be Ing asked by fans and critics all around the National league circuit for I 1 na Moran has been In the past tho second catcher on the club the gen eral Impression Is that the Coca 0 team has been we...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

= < 2 JY 1I < r 7 = J r i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 31 1909 I M N NG NEWS I OPTION ON LUCKY BOY a MINES IS fORFElfrED I Salt Lake City May Wl F Mitch oil wno Is now deotlng much of his time to looking after his Intel i esls at Lucky Boy stated with a blpr broad grin that Ihero wasnt any thing to say about the new camp On one block of giound In which he is Infrf > tel ore IK already in sight and shipment may commence within the n < ct Cow days says the Goldfleld Tri bune bllnA Aside from the ground controlled hy Mitchell and Fallfield the work in progress on the Collins lease Is also under his supervision and It Is he Moved by those who aro familiar with the ground that a high grade body of ore will he encountered there before they June proceeded far with the work now In progress Hoists have been erected on the ground and the work is being pursued with all haste It is intended that the ground be Ihor oughlv opened up In time to get the ore out before the expirati...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

a 1 r r 4 FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVER INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED iI 1 I i i iitt Jtaudnrd = Enterbd as eecondclass matter Ogden Utah I at the Postofflce under Act of Congress published Dally except Sundays I by Wm Glaemann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 5 76 426 Advance Six Months In Twelve Months In Advance 800 < Circulation guarantee rbrsCcrtibctthat tbttirevlatconofthe EVENING STANDARD J W MA I bal beta audited nd ii palant < < dbl elit AdrertircrSCerti6edC1rculatioo D1ut Doak tsceaan rrsorvw I W Ton Paper htu proved by inveitiptioo that tbt eirtolttioo morel are kept wIth caN and the artalailoa Holed with such cbat adrerdurs mat rev on any tteforuer itatemcou of ame mode br the pubis ben airier the owrxnhlp end roanngement < x ia control Avrj 20 1908 u ADVERTISING RATES The Evening and SemiWeekly Standard Per inch Dally change each day 20c E 0 D change each issue 21e Twice a week change each issue 22c Once each week 23c On...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

r rr t m r I TTTR STANDARD onrrrr UTAH MONDAY MAY 31 190ft i STANDARD TELEPHONES EDiTORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngoNo 50 Boll Phone two rings No 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone ono ringNo 56 I Boll phone ono ringNo 03 i RANDOM if REfERENCES 4 Wise dogs never ivap bones Moral always use Lewis Good Coal Phones X 140 Surprised Their Pastor The mem bers of the Swedish Lutheran church I carried out a very successful surprise ton their pastor Rev Benson Satur day evening A sum of money was presented by J W Lindslrom as an expression of tho appreciation of tho work done since Mr Benson became ithelr pastor Refreshments were brought and a luncheon was served by thc ladles The evening was spent In a social way That Good CoalZOOO pounds to hl ton Rock Springs Clear Creole and if Castle Gate Bamberger Ogden Coal Co 3121 Washington avenue Both phones 2000 At Deaf and Blind hoolA double quartet will sing at the memorial f services at the state school for trdo deaf and blind this afternoon Why pay ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

i r I TII2J STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 31 1909 m c = = r = o Collars t I r r i H 0 W about the Collar you have on 7 Did yon pnllnnd haul to got it buttoned 1 Did it buttonteasilyand does it now voliblc awkwardly 1 < Not correctlY made or eor iejtly sizecl perhaps Jfc Isa brfrgnin Collar I Suppose you give our sort of I Collars a trial WVye the best Collars and Cuffs we know anything about N r Collars Z5c or 15c two ior 25c Cuffs 25 cents Vc show every late and cor rect style as soon as it appears VciC always the proper thing in Collars and Cuffs I Fred M Nye I COmpany I 2433 Wash Ave f TiInI House Dresses WE ARE SHOWING AN ELE GANT LINE OF READYTO WEAR HOUSE DRESSES AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES i Percale and Gingham Dreses 125 i50 2 250 and 300 Dainty Light Lawn Saques 75 to 200 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF WELLMADE PERCALE GINGHAM AND WHITE LAWN DRESSES FOR CHILDREN SIZES C TO 14 150 to 500 TIlE H M WYKES CO S U RANDOM I i > FRNCSJ I Buy Kodaks and Supplies from Tho...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

d u < U lt1c THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MAY 31 1909 7 1flIS vguys i iON srlIE rtONCAPITOL h CAPITOL tr 46PRY SAYS THE WHOLE STATE f SHOULD CONTRIBUTE LJ hsserts That Location of Capitol Is f Fixed Making Ogdens Propo sition Irrelevant 1 N I I J Governor William Spry yesterday i javo out to tho press the following Ii i jtntcmcut with respect to the ap proaching election on the proposition lo increase the state levy 1 mill to j provide for a state capitol r On June S there will be submitted r to the people of the state a question I which I regard as one of tho most vi tal business importance Shall the state proceed to erect a capitol build ing I I Tho question is one into which I partisanship does not enter in which I politics is not a factor and Into which factionalism should not bp interjected It Is striotlj and solely a business t proposition submitted to the states stockholders the property owners Involving a question as ld whether f they desire to continue to transact the ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 31 May 1909

I I r I > < < T THE STANDARD OGDEN tJTAH SUNDAY MAY SO 1909 r H t d r Y 1 Sl 1c PURELY I S S VEGETAiJE The absolute vegetable purity of SSS has always been one of too strongest points in its favor and Is one of the principal reasons why It Is the most widely known and universally used of nil blood mcdicInes A great many of the socalled blood purifiers are really nothing more than strong mineral mixtures which act so unpleasantly and dIsastrously on the delicate membranes and tissues of tho stomach and bowols that oven if such treatment purified tho blood tho condition In which the digestivo system is loft would often bo more damaging to the health than tho original trouble Not so with S S Sit is the greatest of all blood purifiers and at the same time Is an absolutely safe and harmless remedy It Is mado entirely ot the healing and cleansing extracts and juices of roots herbs and barks each of which is in daily use In some form by physicians in their practice Years of work a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 1 June 1909

m f j I tI J l LINOGUESS WORK I WEATHER FO RECAST STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE tUbIb I AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST UTAH THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TODAY AND NEWS NEWSGATHGASSOCI1ONIN ASSOCIATION IN + TOMORROW J y v THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I THIRTYNINTH YEARNO 129 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING JUNE I J909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I PRESIDENT SETS IN MOTION 11 ALASKA YUION = P CIFI EXPOSITION Presses Telegraph Key of Alaska Gold Sending Spark Across Continent I j Exercises Carried Out With Military Precision Receptions at State i Buildings James J Hill Reviews History of Pacific Coast Region i and Its Progress Tafts Congratulatory Message I Seattle June 1 President Taft in the White House at 3 oclocc this afternoon pressed a telegraph key f of Alaska gold and sent a spark across the continent that put In motion the I wheels of the Alaska YukonPacific exposition loosed the waters of its fountains unfurled its banners start ed Its bands playing rele...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 1 June 1909

ru ii THE STAgDABD OGDEN uV14gTUj DAYJTJNEjMOO I AI h fj i 1 > x ELITE 1 CLEANING I Y CO I c an orm f t machinerY L Means I t the but work at the most I reasonable x I Prices II We clean everything and dye 1 anything We QO after the goid We return them AM you do Is to phone us Bell 967K IND 344 EXCURSIONS I to EAST AND RETURN from Ogden and Soft Lake City to Mlueurl River U 4000 Chicago 95500 St Louis mOO I St Paul and Minneapolis 5200 I peorIa 5110 Dime of Sale June 4 C1112If July 23 23 24 Aug 13 14 Sept 1011 1909 1909Long Umits stopovers allot ed Plenty of other rates to eastern summer resort For further particulars apply to I I C F WARREN A T a S F Ry 233 Judge Bldg salt Lake City Utah I I The hot weather Is on us and our Soda Fountain is wide open t Listen to what our patrons say about our tods I Gee but Its good1 Cold as charity Its Jut Bcandallclons Thats a wet drink for dry people Well what do you know about that Isnt it nippy Good for that dark brown taste Thats Just my s...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 1 June 1909

c l f1 ff I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTARTUEDAY JUNE 1 1909 fI t T ioYiiie1T1iJiway i A jr Do you feel nil tired out Do you sometimes < A lr 1 t think you just cant work away ut your profcs 4 1 don or trade any longer Do SYJ ou have you a poor apo S 4 J tl titc and lay awake I nt nights unable to sleep Are fllri your nerves all gone and your stomnch too P Has om 5 Lia1 i it bition to forge ahead in the world left you r If BO you might as well put a stop to mil S your misery You can do it if ff7cfh you will Dr Pierccs I Golden Medical Discovery will th15 I make you a different individual It will set your lazy liver I S 1 to work It will set things S s right in your stomach and your appetite will come back It will purify blood Nijrs IJ I If here is any tendency in your family toward consumption your I I I it will keep that dread destroyer uwny Even after con Mlmpflon hnt almost gained a oothold in the form of a Jjn erin u f curem9RCnr5 h bronchitis or bleeding Ot the lungs it will bring ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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