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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 18 June 1909

rT f7 V t > I < t 1 ff s I 1 1 J t I THE STANDARD OGDEtfUTAH FRIDAY JUNE 18 1909 S a i i a GLOVE SALE M J 1 I 1N 250 doz of long Silk and Lisle Gloves bought 4 i s from a jobber at less than half what it cost r 1 e s to manufacture them n AN ASTONISHING REDUCTION t1 rl tl f f r 1 1 Be one of the early buyers and secure at least two or three pairs 1 t f from tt e intense lines we make the Mowing brief mention in detail or 125 1G button Silk JJlse and all silk black 4 2 o dozen 4 9 t llach and cshlaclc r Gloves Jlack lisle 191a 2E dozen of JOe 1J button long V and white long Gloves white i 50 dozen 125 and 150 16button Silk Lisle and all silk and 59c dozen of 75c and S5c 12 and Hbutton SilkL Isle 29c black and white long Glovesn C all silk black and white long Gores 60 dozen 350 1G button Silk Llslo and all silk black and silk 63o + LlsTo and all C Lton Silk Ll 60 dozen of JOe and 100 IGbutton 390 white long Gloves black and white long plo cs wl this sale ft No approvals No exch...

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. — 19 June 1909

4a I 4 J 1n J li r i 7 I r t b 1 lNGJ WORK WEATHER FORECAST 1 i STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE aJ aen fanbrb AND NEWS GUARANTEED GATHERING BY ASSOCIATION THE GREATEST IN I ittt ar + UTAH WEATHER TOMORROW THE INDICATIONS WILL BE FAIR ARE TODAY THAT AND THE THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a I I 1 H IRTY NINTH YEARNO 145 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING JUNE J9 1909 TWENTY PAGES I PRICE FIVE CENTS I INAMAN is SUPPOSED TO BE THE MURDERER OF YOUNG fliRL I I I Police Looking for William L Leon to Whom Miss Sigel Had Been a 11 FriendCelestial Was Jealous of Her and She Was Afraid of Him J Body Identified by Mother but Father Fails to Do So and Goes to Washington to Bring Elsie Home Now York June tVThe murder of Miss Elsie Sigel granddaughter of General Franz Sigel whose body was found last night crowded Into a trunk In the room of a Chinaman af ter she had been strangled with a curtain con appears to be tho most remarkable case tho police havo had to Investigate in many years One of th...

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. — 19 June 1909

I I izf y 1 f i j j jt I Sylvan Park I Now Under New I Management Only Big Show Coming this Year RINGLING BROS WORLDS GREATEST SHOWS I Capital Invested 370000000 i 85 Railroad Cap s J280 People I 50 Clowns 1 375 ARENIC STARS I v 650 MORSBS f thv 108 CAGE ZOO = 4 40 OLBPHANT5 CI < < THE ARTHUR SAXON TRIO STRONGEST OF Alt EARTHS STRONG MEN Every Morning at 10 oclock AlagnlflCMit FREE STREET PARADE 3NIIES tONG All klnrit of fftiiEciREAT1 TRAINED l rol WILD ilil1lJ HORSES 1 ANIMALS ELEPHAMS w One 50c Ticket Admits to Everything CMaORCN UHOIR 12 TCAKO HLr PQICt OOOK OPIN LV I ASO T P M PrOL CC DCIs U 2 It P OGDEN 4 Wed Aug or L J Special Rates to the East Plan Now t DATES OF SALE June 4 6 11 12 16 26 July 2 3 23 21 August 13 14 Sep tember 10 11 BOUND TRIP RATES To Omaha Kansas City 4000 Chicago 5500 St Louis I 4000 St Paul 5200 PeorIa 5110 Final limit October 31 stopovers diverse routes THROUGH SERVICE Dally through standard and tour r 1st sleeping car service to Oma ha Chicago St ...

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. — 19 June 1909

I THE STANDARD OGDEN UT < kH SATURDAY JUNE 191909 Ogden Business Directory Adcrllticmont In thIs column coat 5c por lIne per month payable In acV vauco ALVORD and anything Dell 333 32U ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Weber county Ofllco under First Nat Dank ARCHITECTS F C WOODS CO1st Nat Bank ATTORNEYSATLAW I N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary Probate and Real Estate Law Special tins First Nat Dk Bldg Phonos A G HOKN AttorncyatLaW Of fices over Dadcoo > Drug Store I sock th Duelness oi all parties am at torney njsaJnsr all corporations and monopolist Prepared to transact any and all kinds of legal business E T HULANISK1 AttorneyatLaw Rooms 107408 First National Bank building General practice S T CORN AttorncyatLaw 207 208 First Nat Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZ Attorney And Counselor at Law 40 and 11 First Na tional Bank Bldg Ogdea Utah Bothi hones Notary R S FARNSWORTH Attorneyat 1w3U md 315 Ecclcs Bldg CONTRACTORS BUILDERS C STUA R...

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. — 19 June 1909

BANK STATEMENT 1 11 REPORT Made to the Secretary of State of the State of Utah of the Condition of THE OGDEN STATE BANK Ogdontn the County of Located at Ogden Weber State of Utah at the close of Business on the 8th day of I June 1909 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 92148589 Overdrafts 1164816 Bonds Stocks Certificates 18414828 ctc Banking House Furniture and Fixtures A 22000W Other Real Bstato 921206 Due from Nation al Banks 19161930 Duo from Steto r Banks and Bank 9160810 ers Cash on hand 25984125 54306871 L f 169156309 Total u TotalJ c = LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in1000000O Surplus fund 6000000 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 2061988 Dividends unpa1du 600000 Duo to National banks u S 3831665 Due to state banks and bank ers 7610165 individual depos Its 79580701 Savings Dept 57964428 Certlfled checks 182950 1 Cashiers checks 1423422 1 Letters of credits 25000 fr Total Deposits 150494321 i Total 169156309 i j State of Utah County of Weber I 4 A P BIGELOW being firs...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 19 June 1909

t ti Hi TSShltL2 D Gvi 0 LJdii Sixioiv 1 jtl il 10 13G3 peGRAPH i I I UNION LABEL GOEN STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM8 Ind Phone two rings No 58 BeM Phone two rngoNo 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 66 Bell Phone one ringNo G6 RANDO A REfERENCES I Salt Lake Ogden Ry 11 trains be ween Salt Lake and Ogden Phono 1000 That Good Coal z000 pounds to ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and astlo Gate Bnmbergor Ogden Coal o 3121 Washington avenue Hath hones 2000 Returned from the EastDr E H Smith has returned from a trip to astern medical centers Advertisers must nnve tlicir copy for IQ Evening Standard tho evening bo ore the day on which tho advertise a Pit Is to appear in order to Jnsury lubllcation COALRock Springs Cnstlo Gato IUd Clear Creek Gllletto Coal Co lo > West S7tb SL Phones 1075 Industrial School Boye Tho Indus trial School band under the direction of Prof K Nichols will give an open air concert on Washington avenue be tween Twentyfourth and Twentyfifth streets tonight a...

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. — 19 June 1909

dO J I i = ii J p I I I I of Straw If any good style Hat hasiescaped usthis season we havent missed it yet We are showing the different sorts ofChoicr Straws in blocks to fit every shape of head and I form of face that flesh is heir to Smooth Split Straws Milan and Sennit braids Panama 4f you prefer Hats for Middle Aged Men and extreme styles with fancy college bands for Younger I Heads 150J200 250 to 4 Boys and Childrens straws in a great variety of styles u1 I 25c 50c to 250 I Were It on Straw Hats I Fred M Nye i CompanY i 2413 WasH Ave 1 MILLINERY CLEANUP SALE iJ1 ii j Our policy never to carry L goods from season to season L Your chance in Millinery comes now S 550 and 650 Hats 9350 800 and 950 Hats 500 1700 Pattern Hats 850 1800 Pattern Hats 900 g WOOL SUITS FIFTY PER CENT OFF WWWWW f THE M H WYKES CO 2335 Washington Ave L II I RANDOM I REfERENCES I Wanted a boy or young man with some office cxpcricnge also a stenog rapher with some knowledge of office work Apply in writing P O...

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. — 19 June 1909

i I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JUNE 19 1909 VACANCIES SOON WILL BE FILLED ti CITY SCHOOL BOARD ELECTS THIRTY NEW TEACHERS Work on High School Building Is Pro gressing Rapidly and Will Be Completed In September The board of education held their regular meeting last night at which It was reported that at tho special meeting hold Monday afternoon thirty teachers wore elected to positions In the city schools at salaries ranging from 25 per month to 700 per year Twelve recent High school graduates were appointed to positions as assist ants In tho various schools Superintendent Mills reported that so far 127 teachers had signed up for positions in the schools and that he anticipated no trouble in securing the balance of the 150 neces sary to complete the list Leslie Hodgson the architect In charge of tho work on the new High school building appeared before tho board and reported that work upon I the building was progressing rapidly and that he expected it to be ready I fo occupancy ...

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. — 19 June 1909

I o 1 W BMI During the third week in June Cup Id has furely had reason to bo abU the prominent part weddings anti as play in the Avccks social whirl amply testifies V Mora marrlagcf for tho coming week nro predicted so Junetimo promises to sustain its reputation as tho favorite and unsophisticated onto of the susceptible jouln sophisticated maid J Mrs B1 Pace loft Wednesday j evening for a trip to Philadelphia Miss Mabel Knauss an Instructor al the local School for the Deaf loft Wednesday evening for Chicago where she will attend the national convention for the teachers or the deaf Mrs W A McGaw left for Seattle Thursdav to attend the national con gress of women which convenes In that city July 1 She will also visit i the AlaskaVukonPacific exposition with friends few weeks and spend a In Tacoma and Portland Miss Pearl Eldrldgc of Evanston I with Wyoming is Citing In Ogden friends Mrs John Cutley has as her 1tlOsts of her siGtcrs 1lr led ParJdu50n Mrs Iewls HUCHng with Lowlston hcir...

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. — 19 June 1909

r r o I Pages 9 to ioJ 0 THE QGDEPL STANDARD I part Two 1 THIRTYNINTH YEAR NO 145 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 19 19Q9 I L PRICE FIVE CENTS i It 1 I U1jN1G JW I AFRICA 6A3T IN y The C r pture of C Leopards and Smaller Game I u By Captain Fitz Duquesne I I CapL Diiqucsne was born of Boer parents tri South Africa educated in Europe where he won considerable distinction < as a swordsman and has bum a professional hunter of big game most of his life At the age of 17 ho was a veteran of the Kaf I fir wars Jfc served in the Boer war and also in the Congo In the recent events of South Africas kaleidoscopic history Capt > Duqucsne took a conspicuous part He acted in many capacities during he hostilities between the Boers and the British being in turn spy military detective engineer censor dispatchcarrier and propagandist lie was wounded twice in the fighting I around Colenso When the British succeeded in Suiting cable communication between the Boer republic and the rest of th...

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. — 19 June 1909

f > L > 1 < f A F > jw t 4B Cleveland Americ it s oneBiDisappOintnient of Seasoi By TOMMY CLARK JFIE biggest disappointment of TEE 1909 baseball season has been tho miserable showing of tho Cleveland AmerIcans BOfOre the fi sent campaign began tho Naps woro In many sections tho general favorites for tho pennant In fact Manager Lajole himself was HO confident that he threatened to quit the game If tho team should fail Last fall tho team mado such a remarkably good showing in tho Taco it was figured that with a little strengthening this season there was small doubt that the Naps would como near making a runaway race of it So far it has been Just thu opposite Tho team with the addition of the now men Is unques tionably stronger than it was last sea son and it Is a matter of record tint there has never been anything materially wrong witn the Naps pitching staff For years Cleveland has had ono of tho strongest eams in tho league but It has always failed to land on top though ...

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. — 19 June 1909

j t I I ft rl Jlir > = f r ot 11 n 1r or r o 1 = T i c ev f I AI lr S t A t ttJi ti 1 1 r L 4i 1f lJu Cyrus UOlvnsend l1rady t tub t r > I OMANCE had never ceased to play a part R and a large onein the career of Edith Gor don The one regret of her life was that John Gordon her husband had become so intensely practical It had been Jack in those days when the blood burned and the heart was prodigal with vows and protestations but that time was long past and the erstwhile dashing Jack had developed into the stout somewhat prosaic entirely unromantic 1 John n man eminently unsuited to play Romeo to Ediths Juliet Edith herself had not stood still outwardly with the advancing years Vhile of course the freshness of youth no longer shone in her face the classic features 1 about which Jack n had been wont to rave but which John viewed now with such complacency had been left unravagcd by the course of time The gloss and sheen were gone from the abundant chestnut hair that waved above he...

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. — 19 June 1909

r 77 I f i t 7 r > r > i r y p i I I rn THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JUNE 19 1909 U o + HI + 41 + rtr + IHH11HI + + 1 UNION LABOR 1 I f I DEPARTMENT + I Under the Auspices Address all Communications to 2 I of the W M PIGGOTT Editor r 3 OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street f T + tHHHH4 + H + THE CATS AND THE MONK A few weeks ago wo wrote a little story on tho above subject and asked some of the school chldren to write a stor and apply tho moral to ba drawn from my story to the Industrial conditions of tho country As no ono has attempted to write tho story I will give my version of It Away back yonder In tho misty past we find not only working conditions for the work Ing people bad and very bad but con ditions for the majority of the peoplo were Just as bad Tho small business man as well as tho worker was at the mercy of the governments under which they lived as a rule The gov ernments wore In the habit of making requisitions on tho people for the pur pose of buildi...

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. — 19 June 1909

t r G f i LaAec2idZJYre I lZlop Jd Pc9 CLmOr > 8 j > little wonder that people In 11 r wiled district shut In by brick n id mortar deprived of flowers with U ne of the privileges of country life otild thirst for ttihstltutes for woods d tVlds and the glimpses of rurnl land apes thnt parks afford Parka for cities r n demand born of necessity The nlth and happiness of the public de ind thnt open spaces should be pro li J for public use President Roosevelt fns the first to suggest thnt solutions or r inltlpal problems might be obtained through Congress having direct control of the city government ut Washington and making It a model municipality If this were fcifdblo one of the first movements + + vild be toward the establishment of a port Kvslem for open places rind public rlnjgrounds are necessary means for tho development of wholesome citizenship Though the park movement has grown wonderfully In the past few year so that approximately there are being spent annually In the towns...

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. — 19 June 1909

P NEWSANDVlEWSOFFARMERS 4 noijn ut IiUj bj AuocltU1J hurui ircb I FORMING A DAIRY HERO Much CareShould Be Exercised in the Selection of the Parent Stock I Those about embark upon a Block breeding enterprise should lee that animal IK bought the before a single farm Is provided with suitnblo build ings for tho purpose and In thq next place procure the services of an ex I perienced and thoroughly skilled stock and successful breeder of I man every farm animals will Indorse the wisdom I and aoundness of this advice Beginners should not bo tempted to Imy on show yard rather than herd book qualifications The aspirant yho Is most likely to realize his desires IB the man who makes up his mind as I the particular strain or typo of anl t he Is to produce and having don y f tesolutoly carries out his dean In 11L e Consequently he should not LtShf himself to be tempted on any Account to buy animals not exactly of tho pedigree class likely to Improve his herd merely because that animal hss achie...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 19 June 1909

1 r d 1 x 1 i 1 u c 1 rf f Vaud Ice Trinunin6 I of Lace anti EmbrOldepy IL T entGowns T BaclzT Louis Date Transparent Vjowns ate JDack I o Juouis Days Embroideries With the Sheer Delicacy of Lace How to Dye Lace at Home Wraps nOSE of ns who aro beginning stealthily In the fastnesses of our own chambers to pluck out tho first tclltalo gray hairs remember the days when basques were worn In summer time when tightly but toned tightly flttcd cnpnbly whalcboned bodices lined with good strong sllcflla were deemed entirely proper for cos tumes to be worn on sultry summer dnya How uous nvonn change tout coin Now we fare abroad of midsummer after noon with garb so coolly diaphanous so frankly revealing rosy flesh and roster lingerie ribands beneath that the old fashioned bodice with Its stout lining and unyielding snuglystretched fabric I seems almost prehistoric It was daring little Mario Antoinette who first Introduced tho filmy frock for Bummer time Up to her advent the ladles of the Frenc...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 19 June 1909

L r J1 j i 0 G 1 I 0 0 crxAjLIEd4i1 DrYFEI 66 ± a ec > + 0 DISHES SAVORY AND SEASONABLE I M I H M Wi DAINTIES FOR THE SUMMER TABLE FISH FOR HOT WEATHER Its Inexpensifehess Plentifulness and Nutrition I Make It Invaluable r ATURE is asserting herself and reminding her children I N that their systems demand a j lighter and more cqoling I I quality of food than they did ni the I cold weather when the object whs to impart warmth as well as nourishment I lo the body And so it is that we turn iway from the heavy meats and long for fresh green vegetables fish eggs and I I the lichter meats these last even in small nuantitics for nerve and brain stimula tion should be avoided in summer I II STRAWBERRY N PUDDING WITH SABAYON SAUCE I Tho Value of Fish Jn all the list of foods there is none more valuable than fish It is easy of I digestion it is inexpensive and it is plentiful From the Atlantic to the Pa i cific through the chain of lakes big and I little which make a waterway more than hal...

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. — 21 June 1909

I 7 < p 4 Ih 1 I NO GUESS WORK I I WEATHER FORECAST I ARE STANDARD GENUINE DISPATCHES AND GUAR f fl f IILIIIb hIF u HTHE INDICATIONS ARE ANTEED BY THE GREATEST THE WEATHER WILL BE GENER ALLY FAIR j NEWS GATHERING ASSO + MORROW TONIGHT AND TO CIATION IN THE WORLD I I P 39TH YEARNO 146 I OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING JUNE 21 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I ELSIE 516ELS MURDERER c IS TIIOU6IIT TO BE T CUSTODY I Chinaman Answering His Description Captured in Schenectady Motive for Crime Shown by Endearing Letters Girl Wrote to Another China manMr Sigel Says Leon Threatened to Kill Chu Gain if Elsie Did Not Stop Going With Him I New York June 21Speedy solu L tion of the mystery of the death of Elsie SIgel Is looked for as a result of thC arrest of two Chinamen believed to be Leon Ling or Wm Leon as he J was known also and Chung Sin his associate the first at Schnoctady and the other near Amsterdam N Y Police officials having the case In charge said after communicating with the Schenectad...

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. — 21 June 1909

Y Ir no r I t I 2 THE STANDARD J3GDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 21 1909 J rstp RTl + + + + 4 < X + I McGraw Has a Fight in a Pullman Car I Pittsburg Pa Juno 2Lrt became known today that Manager John Mc Graw and Bugs Raymond or the Giants had a fierce fist fight on the I way hero from Cincinnati In a Pull man sleeper McGraw knocked Ray I mond down and punched him The ec centric pitcher recovered ills feet and planted A blow on McGraw face The whole Giant team was in the car at the time In the next sleeper were John T Brush and Secretary Fred Knowles who know nothing of the row until it was over There are two versions of the fracas one by Raymond the other by McGraw and the club It Is that Raymond stagger ed into thecar and called McGraw a hunch of names that the manager would not stand for McGraw got hold of Raymond and for a moment it looked as though he was indulging In horseplay Sudden ly he cut loosp and pasted Bugs In the mouth and got his head on the floor against a1 cuspidor Raymond...

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. — 21 June 1909

t I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 21 1909 Ogden Business Directory rv Advcrllseiuouls In this column COIn 15c per line per month payable in acV vauco ALVOttD and anything Bell 333 32tt ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title lo any land In Weber county OlDce under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS F C WOODS CO1st Nat Bank ATTORNEYSATLAW J N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary Probate and Real Estate Law Special j ties First Nat Bk Bldg Phonos A G HORN AttorneyatLaw Of j fices over Badcons Drug Store I seek the Duslness ol all parties am at t tomoy against all corporations and 4 monopolies Prepared to transact any and all ttlndtf legal business E T HULAN1SKI AttorneyatLaw Rooms 407408 First National Bank building General practice S T COPN Attorn eyatLaw 207 COS First Natl Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZ At tor n e yAnl1 Counselor at Law 40 and 41 First Na tional Bank Bldg Ogdea Utah Both thones Notary R S FARNSWORTH Attorneyat Law 3L4 and 315 Eccles Bldg CONTRACTORS BU...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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