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Ogden, George W: The Rustler of Wind River. V1. 8 Mar 2010

Ogden, George W. (George Washington), 1871-1966

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When a man came down out of the mountains looking dusty and gaunt as the stranger did, there was no marvel in the matter of his eating five cans of cove oysters. The one unaccountable thing about it was that Saul Chadron, president of the Droversí Association, should sit there at the table and urge the lank, lean starveling to go his limit.
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