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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

i J 1 I A1tE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED I r 1 FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OFINDUSTRIALLIFJAND l I Iht Jtaudnvd Entered secOndclass matter Entered as Utah I Ogdcn I at tho Postofficc under Act of Congrcsl Published Dally except Sundays by Wm Glasmann I SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 75 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 A RAILROAD FROM OGDEN TO NORTHWEST Surveyors are running llnes north from Promontory Point and a persist ent rumor bas it that tho Oregon road Into Idaho Short Line Is to build a ho and Oregon which will bo a shor r Une to tho northwest than the present routo from Granger to Pocatollo and I on west This news it conflnaed would do of Og much to stimulate the growth o den as the building oC a cUtoff from Promontory Point would bo equivalent to building the road out of Ogden I have been in The Qurvoying gangs the field for some time and one Uno has been staked up tho west aide ot Promontory Point skirting tho lake Thoso wh...

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. — 26 June 1909

I S I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATUEDAY JUNE 26 iqnq STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngo No 58 Bell Phone two ringsNo 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 50 Bell Phons one ringNo 56 RANDOM REFERENCES Jdlevlld Is now OJJGII under now nanagonicnt For > vecldinfr decorations Van der chuft Floral Co Dancing tonight at Sylvan GARMENT SALE HO els per pair Ind up at Knitting Factory 302 25th reeL Distribute Health LawsThe slate card of health has issued in pamph lt form a digest of the Laws of tall relating to the public health he pamphlets will he generally dls Jbuied ay Kodaks and Supplies from The ripp Studio 3JO 25th St EZMoney Kelly Money to loan on iy good real estate Geo J Kelly COALRock Springs Castle Gate id Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co 3 West 27th St Phones 1071 Meeting of Tolstoi Circle The la es of the Tolstoi circle held a called ceting at the home of the president rs Nate Kuhn to perfect arrange ents for their annual outing and af r enjoying refreshm...

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. — 26 June 1909

f t I 1 < Qp v v I < I THE STAtfBA St OBI UTAH AirD Y JpNS 20 i909 fi 6pu 4 + 4 d J TheNt 5 1 q S Two PIeGe L rt Suit iffie c X e HE 3IAN whosay he THE i t can not keep cqol in jticc Ji 94 hot weather has a lot to learn from our lines of cool Two Piece Suits Serges Worsteds and k Flannels of cobweb weave r Suits built so light thwt k5 you wonder at the clever J 11 ness of the tailoringneg I p liee and neatness com 1 Ii1Ud j J SS 5 L 3 lI i I 7tI 10 15 20 to 25 S S Consider the modesty or I it J J these prices in comparison 4j s with so much stylish and 1b W A lV UVJ i comfortable dressing 1 iS I youcanl1nlond all your C c I 5g1 ClOtheS worries here Sir j and well lake good care 1i of you S r Fred M Nye L117 5 Company ompamy cCQTH S 2413 Wash Ave I MILLINERY CLEANBUP SALE 6 S S Our policy never to carry goods from season to season S Your chance in Millinery I comes now 550 and 650 Hats 350 800 and 950 Tints 500 i 1700 Pal tern Hats 350 1800 Pattern Hats 900 WOOL SUITS FIFTY PER...

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. — 26 June 1909

1 r t i I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JUNE 26 1909 7 MUCH MYSTERY ABOUT MRS e I wooDIn DOCTOR TELLS OF HER SUDDEN MARRIAGE Actress Eastman WrOte to Is Hoard From and Says She Is His I Wife I Now York Juno 25Mrs Edith fay Woodlll met hor second husband and was married to him about a year I and a half ago while she was a giieni at tho Hotel Navarre under her maiden name of Thompson Dr Johnson W GIbbs formerly house physician at the Hotel Navarro stated tonight that he remembered her kellHer Her acquaintance with Lrman 1 Gage and her Impulsive marriage in terested and puzzled me said Dr Gibbs Then too I happened to have an unpaid bill for professional I services rendered her that comes to 120 At the time there was so much mystery about the little woman that II never sent it in as she requested me to iMIss Thompson told me eighteen monlh < ago that she had got married I I that afternoon I met him only three days ago she < iud He wad a college boy and she told me nor husbands ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

I I Ii 1 1 1 1 f V4 THE STANDARD OGDEN n I Altf SATURDAY JUNE 26 111U9 I tit c < u 1 i No woman can be happy OS without children its her nature to love them as much so as it is the beautiful and I NI GHTMDE pure The ordeal through R JJBJ JIJ m m Jtmw which the expectant mother must pass is so full of dread that the the t1ght fills her with apprehension There is no necessity for thereprod action of life to bc either very or dangerous Th ruse of Mothers Friend prepares the system i painful for the coming event and itjs passed without any dang m This remedy is applied externally and hascarried thousands of HOmHDJ women through the crisis 1 with but little suffering Book containing information of false to all cspoe that mothers mailed frca F1 lEND BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga A SKOR CUSTODY I I OF6IRL < A I FATHER OLIVER BELKNAP FILES PETITION IN JUVENILE COURT I I Would Take Her From Her Mother Mrs Prestin Claiming Influence I Is Demoralizing I i S A petition was filed yest...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

r I IPade 9to ii rUE OGDEN ST ANDARDI L Part Ifl THIRTY NINTH YEARNO 151 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 26 J90 PRICE FIVE CENTS I J I I 4 I t Z W = er t d 0 Vv 7 qr vJJ tYfl T et 9J1 eumas ffClC h jJtCtnUf T was a few weeks before Lent just the time when IT the boys of a marriageable age who have been som nolent for ten months gone bestir themselves and girls mount their finest feathers and gayest ribbons and as well as their fathers and mothers become expectant expectant but more shy more modest When a knock came to Doally Gallaghers door as he and his good wife Bridget sat over their big hearth fire on this February night talking of their prospects and of their only daughter Saabh Its Brian OFricl said Doalty rising to open it U come to see if I would send the cart with him to the wrackstrand tomorrow morning for it will be topspring But it was not Brian OFricl When he opened the door MaireadnaMatch which is to say Margaret the Matchmaker entered 0 You are welcome Mairead D...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

I pirrcRI fur PIRATES APPEAR STRONGEST = = IN NATIONAL LEAGUEj By TOMMY CLARK mute F the PIttsburgPlratca can tain the rapid pace they ho IF b en Slotting for tho last month bra 1 more Manager pied Clark Due cancers will surely be a close conlcndci for the National league banner at tho end of the season Last years Pirate team was a pow > orful one and KM out only by the clos butIdst genoral impression est margin but there was a pression around toecircuit that Clarke men would not repeat their brllUant perfoimnnce thM time It was figured that Chicago would bo in better shape andat the Yorks would playa and that the New wouj Pf3 as achlnolJko stronger game a more erthcm were two or cimc Moreover throe weak points on the Pirates iiues which would have to bo strength Sand the material available for ucl strengthening seemed hard to fin OmITho fact that both tho Cubs and Giants have shown themselves weaker than had been expected has tended to help UBburff no doubt but tho Pirate outfit...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

t V t A SuitCase the Week Ender s Best Friend New Linen Frock of the Moyen Age A Topcoat Better an a Traveling Suit Satin Bathing Suits O Take Up the Least Room P nil depends as the tmall girl is apt to say oracularly when asked an fT opinion It all depends on whero one is going and how much luggage one plans to take when the question of mlinunt for the weekend is to be dicld cl If the pleasuring Is to be an outing up In the country a few goodtime tops Including sweater duck skirt and two or three simple blouses may he hustled lulo the suit case along with a Jar of sunburn cream and onos nightie nnn the outfit will be quite sufllclcnt or nil needs On the other band one mny be prepar ing for an overSunday stay nt 11 very smart country house where nt lest two dinner gowns nod n dancing frock will be needed besides dainty morning dresses lingerie costumes for afternoon wear ten nis und golf garb and a complete auto mobjllng outlU In the last event of course n largo dress trunk with ple...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

= 7 4 I I 1 l f I > I tfoiR + H + H + H1H + IiHH + H 4M H 4H 1 UNION LABOR j y I I I Ic DEPARTMENT 4 4I J I c Under the Auspices Address all Communications to X S of the W M PIGGOTT Editor f ± OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street r t f + + ttH + H HHH + H MAKE THE BEST OF EVERYTHING I And Do the Beat You Can Time Is the present hour ° The past has fled Lfvo today tomorrow never yet On human being arose or set We are told that Today Iff the day nf salvation This declaration does not apply alone to the spiritual wel fare of the individual but It may In applied to the everyday temporal Hfp as well sometimes hear peo ple complain of their lot In life and bemoan their III Hick and lack of op nortnnltlOE Some of taese complaints lie Jusc their troubles or at least I nait of them having been brought nbont through circumstances or a combination of circumstances over which they could have no control but till srcatcY number of our difficulties I ap the waiilt of our carelessness o...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

i r rr iC 1it I I MININh A > ir c THINGJNTPEF 1iLllNIINtJILJ iINdI1cj toJOI1C i M JIJ b PL 4 VACATION 1 1 1 certainly Is a shame we cant afford I to go up to Smart Set Beach this fr summer Homer remarked Mrs Jnstwcd And It should be noted that her effusion wns a remark not a complaint at least Mrs J meant It aa such It will be the first summer Ive missed l there lu five years she continued In the gamo tone I know though wo cant afford It so Ive beeu looking around for another place numpbl was Mr Js noncommittal reply Yes Indeed Mrs Justwcd went on you have no Idea bow hard I have tried t to find n place Arent you a trifle previous Blossom Inquired Mr J ot at nil Homer not at all The trouble with most people Is that they put off planning for their vacation en gaging their board and rooms etc nntll the last mlnntp when tho rush Is on and the hotel proprietors hare them at their mercy Now Ive been looking around I but everything Is so frightfully high I have one or two places In min...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

C I NEWS AND VIEWS OF FARM ERS J C01l1rlJht 1100 lIJ IIbodlltCt llano lfl ClIlcllio 1 UNDESIRABLE OAK PRUNING Watchful Care in Summer When Insect Lay Their Eggs May r Save Our Shade ft ees I < 1 However desirable It may bo to hnvo a judicious pruning of our oaks we can hardly Iruut to beetles to do the workas wo wish It done and during the summer of 100S Elaphidlon cer tainly exceeded the limit and caused much anxiety to owners of oak trees In various parts of tho country Further since It sometimes attacks the applo and other quite valuable trees It calls for some attention During July one may observe beneath oak trooa many fallen twigs and in como Instances smap branches with leaves still attached and generally withered though sometimes still green A clanco Into tho tree will reveal pos sibly other twigs hanging suspended with wIltIng or wilted leaves not yet dislodged by the wind Tho pieces on tho ground when examined exhibit a clean cut or break at thcv large end and It ono cu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 26 June 1909

IENNA one of the oldest cities In Europe Is also one of tho most at U tractive When Paris was a small town on an Island Vienna had been for centuries a large thrifty and attractive town Even then there worn few cltlw In Europe who dared to pro claim themselves OH rivals and the reason Is easily understood HH natural position made It n good fort and moro than once served as nn Impenetrable frontier when the Moslems made n wild attack on Eur ope It was then a nourishing town bay ing been founded by the Romans before tho Christian era Many a nobleman made this splendid frontier town his home nud oxen Vienna of today boasts as hiring had Muraif urellus as n cltlrcn nut It required centuries of planning and working to change this old city Into one of the hand somest capitals of Europe Tho Austrian and the broad Alp clear Danube wero sulllclcnt Inspiration to make the poetic Viennese long to enlarge and beautify their city Though It grew and developed rapidly much of Its modern beauty Is ...

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. — 26 June 1909

lJi r c O t d fl 0 h I l G B G j S AlA N 0 C I I G er L J I > J I < < < a itc i 0 0 j c STYLES FOR THE OUTDOOR GIRL 0 e 1 I i > SENSIBLE AND BECOMING COSTUMES FOR SUMMER SPORT lhe OUTDOOR GIRL OV that the season has conic when we who are dwellers in N cities flee to the mountains or seashore or prairies our thoughts turn to outdoor life and to in order to the clothes we shall wear in thoroughly enjoy it No woman is to day fool enough not to make an effort to adopt her cost me in vacation time to the vacation spirit Banished are frills and furbelows and in their place comes simplicity and comfort Becom insncss however is still ardently de sired and as suggestions along the lines of suitability nq attractiveness I have selected the outdoor porting costumes which I am using as illustrations In planning for your outing I hope you will find them helpful BathlnzSult In Princess cute A very simple little model of pleated taffeta is shown here the fastening being made beneath...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 28 June 1909

it i I NO GUESS WORK I S I WEATHER FORECAST I STANDARD ARE GENUINE DISPATCHES AND GUAR Lbffl ANTEED BY THE GREATEST t rn taitbar UTA THE HTHE WEATHER INDICATIONS ARE NEWS GATHERING ASSO J I ALLY FAIR TONIGHT WILL BE AND GENER TO CIATION IN THE WOFyLD + MORROW I 39TH YEAR NO JD2 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING JUNE 28 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I H THEORY ADVANCED THAT LEON LING MAY ALSO BE A I VICTIM OF MURDER This Line of Reasoning Necessitates Rejection of Chung Sins Story and Draws Attention to Trunk Shipped to SchenectadyIf Leon Is Dead Police Say They Have One of the Murderers and Can Lay Hands on the Other Immediately Now York Juno 28 FaiiureAo find any trace of Leon Ling caused the police to give some attention to the theory strongly revived today that the missing man may not have killed Elsie Sigel and that ho was himself the victim of the same hand that kill ed the girl Tills line of reasoning necessitates tho rejection of the story told by Chung Sin who said he had seen ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 28 June 1909

It I < L L e d 4 > 1 < 7i I j2 MONDAY JUNE28 1909 d irHESTANDARD OGDEN UTAH f J 28L190 n 11 I i a j fSP RTj + AA AAt J + 4 o iH q + + + V9T t + jack Monroe Who Once Outfought Jeffries I By Bob Edgren Now York June 2SHIS Worship I John Mimroc mayor of Elk City Nlpls aiiig district Upper Ontario sin town on business His Worship Is worth million dollars or thereabouts a This Is Interesting principally be cause of tho fact that His Worship is none other than tho Jack Munroo who fought Jeffries Stiarkcy John fion and Peter Maher The awe aspir ing1 title he sports now goes with the office of mayor of Elk City a mining town that he founded up In the silver countrjv Funny how things come out I know Jack Alunroo in San Francisco wfccn ho camo down from the north raiding with the Butte football team Had tho pleasure of playing against Jack Lat er oh had the pleasure of seeing him play The latter amusement was saf er at any rate Munroo was a great football player Wllle tackle on the O...

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. — 28 June 1909

THE STANDARD OGDZ7 UTAH nuriUAY JUJNU aa 1909 Ogden usiIDIess Directory AUMTtlseuiuuts in tills column cum tic per Hno per month payable in a V aiii e ALVORD and anything Bell 333 32lt ABSTRACTORS THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title lo any land In Weber county OIllco under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS SHREEVE < MADSEN 1st Nat Bank F C WOODS CO1st Nat Bank ATTORNEYSATLAW N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary Probate and Real Estate Law Special ties First Nat Bk Blag Phonos A G HORN AttorneyatLaw Of fices over Badcon Drug Store I euek too ouslncsa ol all parties am at torney against nil corporations and monopolies Prepared to transact any pfld all Kinds of legal business E T HULANISKI AttorneyatLaw Rooms 407108 First National Banlc bulliiing General practice S T CORNAttorneyatLaw207 208 First Nat Bank Bldg JOSEPH CHEZ Attorney Ami Counselor at Law 40 and 41 First Na tional Bank Bldg Ogdca Utah Both bones Notary R S FARNSWORTHAttorneyat Law 314 and 315 Eccles Bldg CO...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 28 June 1909

r f 4 r 0 I ° < FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVEY AVENUEOF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED h + < I f AI L I d l t jtaudn = second claas matter Entered as at the Postoffice Ogden Utah under Act of Congress Published Dally except Sundays by Wm Glasmann I SUBSCRIPTIONS t 75 Advance v Month In r One 425 Advance Six Months In Twelve Months In Advance 800 QtircuIatiott uarantte fMs Ccfttftt that tM circulaton ort EVENING STANDARD bat octo audited And ii Sor nteed by the Adrertfrer s erttScd Circulation Blut Rook I iI j c a ac SI C rt mestiration This Piper has proved by WIth that the maktioo records life kept d ntb sIKh slAted carr and the MiP n IcttMV rin Dernier cOT rely 00 any Tuttmnt o1 same made bj the publishers crfer cOt oirwisAp and management iocontrol App 20 190B = ADVERTISING RATES The Evening and SemiWeekly Standard j Per inch 200 each day f Dalv change r each issue Hc E 0 D change Twice a week change each I suc22o 2JC each veuk Once One tim...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 28 June 1909

THE STANDARD OGDEN U71H T 02Df JLSS 28 1SC3 V = j ulcN I STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlnga No 53 Ben Phone two rings Nol 55 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone ono ringNo 60 Cell Phcnc one ring NOib RANDOM REfERENCES I L I Lhe hogs received dally by the Og den Packing Provision Co near I Vebor river West 21th St Get our prices before you market Phones 10 presbyterian Church Service Rev j E Carver V of the First Presby terian church spoke lo a large audi eco last night on matters pertaining lo the religious welfare of his flock Idleulld Is now open under now management For redding decorations Van jder Scluilt Floral Co J C EmDry Mission Rev N S glderkin addressed the members of he J 0 Embry A M E mission at weIr hall last evening An excellent musical program was rendered by the j c Embry Coral society Dancing tonight at Sylvan GARMENT SALE 50 cts per pair and up at Knitting Factory 302 25th streeL Buy Kodafcs ana Supplies from The TriPP Studio 3iO 25th St Eye May Be Saved...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 28 June 1909

f i t It s 1 I THS STANDARD OGpSIT UTAH MONDAY JUNE 28 1909 u Fr = iiiE 9 Athletic Underwear r I i ps so easy J IT No wonder sleeveless Shirts and knee J Drawers arc such S i favorites Its the ideal u underwear for Summer comfort i 1 f I 1I These Suits come In Nainsook and 1 white Madras50c 50c or 100 I v Per Garment j f F Weve knee Drawers also of tho I came fabrics 50c to 100 0 I Come in and let us show you this ideal Underwear FRED M NYE CO S j 2413 WASHINGTON AVE I I MILLINERY CLEANUP SALE I = r lOur policy never to carry goods from season to season Your chance in Millinery j comes now 5M and 650 IMs350 SOO and 950 Hats 500 1700 Pattern Hats 850 1800 Pattqrn Hats 900 WOOL SUITS FIFTY PER CENT OFF I r THE 51 ft WYIES CO 2335 Washington Ave rT RANDOM I REfERENCES Good Templars Social The Good Templars Hope Lodge No 2 will give 1 strawberry social tonight at 21S Washington avenue Good Templars and their friends are cordially Invited to attend and enjoy a good time Car lo es 25th st...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 28 June 1909

THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 28 innn 1 FEDERATION OF LABOR MEETS UNION TEMPLE TO BE ERECTED IN SALT LAKE CITY pecldes to Inaugurate Campaign AgLlln > t Articles Made in Prisons and Sweatshops The executive council of tho Utah federation of Labor held two sessions rf an executive meeting In Union Iva or hall yesterday at which were present the full membership of the Council and members of the union In wI and organisation committees The council gave their approval to the movement started by the Salt lake federation to erect a union tem ple In that city which Is expected to outclass any club building now In the I Elate The plan is to make the hulltl Cff a workjngmans club to which 5D > man belonging to a labor union In the state will be eligible to member s lp It is Intended to have a hospital ward In tho building to which any la loring man whether a union member or not will be admitted for first treat n ont I If the inauguration of the club build ing in Salt Lake Is pro &...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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