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The Big Stone Gap Post.
No. 31
i Great
Construction of Roads in
n-htiioiiil, Vii., .Inly 28.?A
ution of ? li<HMi per nulu in
,1 concrete road construe
.. idiow, it by it(' tiiiiilysis itf
received by Ihu slate high
depari meiil nn .1 illy I 1 as
.,,. i with a contract let fur
. n>eciliculinnsund under
dar niiidiii.'iis in August id'
n a Btiviti|* of i-'J.-To |u i
w i- inade possible by let
I h -cotinn ui 11.1 miles, ul
i :i~ ;i" i m-t I lm -nine -col inn
,lod Uilo two contracts, iudi
iii? ilia I ii Virginia Was liiiaii
\\ able li> lei larger .-nut rai l -
? \ iiiii to nuld amount In from
,lt(| |tj t-,.*)"" I?1'' mil", Tliis
ation together vvitli evidence
a oilier >tati's along tin' same
' it- mil tin- I'oiielusinh ??!'
Virginia G?od Kond.? A
i hi asking fur a greatly
irund lirbgriinii ibat e.-niiuui
n !il Mil - will lie Hlicli as In
\ irgiuin fining ahead in
a it Ii iu.nl const rin t inn sis
i liv ;i- il ih possible in build
|i... :,v- and tu I"' ill pu-jiiioil In
ml larger contract*.
I,.- slate of Mil-bin.in asked
! irger amounts, of tin- joO,
i,u(mi fibinl issue t" I"- avail
For const riiel inn t his your
in.i ue'xl for the same reasons as
indicated in Hie reeenl letting HI
,. ilh'.nVtf!, Utlii-r ktiltys ai'O din1,
,i likew iso as evidenced in the
.ii mileage and largi.n
(ilid- winch are! beiilg awarded.
A. curding In Ilm statement of;
Hit! i ite highway doparlii il.
mi July J'.i bids w ill be received
w liiiili w til take up t Im remain
?<l-l of till! slate highw ay fHints
iii h ii inst i not ion available!
Ml lins year. The state will
luve tu contract nil ol the
hind- available fnr Ibis year in |
.ii ill inn tu t Ik- ai-ruuiillat inn <>l
III aild nver a Inilllllli dob
:>i- ,n in mis loaned to tlx- I ili
lliti > "unties. Sbniild tin!
lieiieral ASHOIiilily continue/ an
i I i priiition id' $7.UOj^UU fruiii
till -...?iul tund, witb llm mill
? mi "in-.third bf lie- atltoiilu
i It I.is together with Ilm valua
In i. 11 inn viel labor iiitw pHi\ id
i-1 by law for new construction.
\ .:.!ini i will liave nun.nun to
im ei federal aid ami build high
KttVs .Should Congress jiass a
federal ud ai'l with tin* same ap?
propriation as of (Iiis year, the
totilj -inn available for ?itat?*
- cousti 11 ?* l mn will only
nin.? ii111 tu i&,;i0U,UOOi There is
? possibility that the i nn.
nil i 1.1-1ween the Mouse and (Sen
?: ? i i In- form ul adiiiinisl ra?
ni i> result in failure hi
' Ljress to u|ipropriitte any fell
vi il u l lm- |H2'j| l-iveii if fi-iii
uriil aid i- granted, ii inter I he
i Ul llnaneial plan I he aumunt
lo.iiliiblc fur new eonstrurl iiui
? ii iig ItlSJi! w ill l?- less than Ilm
hiiiuiuit available Ibis year when
""? i(jiiiiiuti|ation front ItiiiO i
into i-iiilsideration. Nui-th
I 1 linii will have approximately
?1?.0MU,.i, West Virginia a
iiiuoiiht, while Marylaiiil:s
Uliiil: v. ill be greatly in excef-s ul'
Vifgi'iju's. All of tbeM- Hintes
mm,, mileage ul' improved
' '?il- iu begin Ilie yur wit 11 than
> irL'iuia.
I II- . utitruet? reforred to iire
li'ii in Soutlutinpton county^
^;liioli luau.-d the ktitte under the
-a net the money \\ it Ii
'Wil l, I,, carry nn the construc
110,1 ? !u August, li)20, a coil
i I I iniles ,,|- concrete
fj'?u, lifteuii feel w ide, near
?-oiinlaiid was awarded to the
*H|Kirl Construction Comjitiny
tttS,TU0 per mile, i )u July I t
II ?'? l|OIUpuny bid nil 1 i. I miles
ul concrete mad of the same
? ?? ions fiuiu tiourtland in
? \ comity line, #27j700
l*t mil.-, which is u reduction ol
? i.wOO per mile. Uiila were re
"...fd by lb,, date highway tie
I "tun ni this project in two
!"' i,- of -1.8 miles und 0..1
: 1 ? res|)ectfully. The bids mi
these soctions separately averag-|
-??I 12,2751 more per mile than
tili! low combined bid.
In asking lit.' Michigan legis
laturc lor an increase <>f tlio al?
lotment ct tin- bond funds from
?f?,<.,000 annually to $10,000,
000 annually mil of. the $50,000,
000 ?.! issue passed by Ilia)
Rtiifo to supplement other funds,
Iii- M i< liigaii state highway de
|>ar1.nl based it- request on
Jhcsii facts, namely, "thai there
l- now much idle labor in tlie
-tale, making prices for roiil
cohjdrlielinii reasonable : I hut the
people lire anxi.m? for road ilil
provi'inenl faster than present
fiimls will permit, and further,
the slate has plans and surveys
prepared for a much larger pro
"ram than e m l." carried out
with He- funds ii.>w available"
Billy Sunday
Met in Baptist Church Sun?
day Afternoon and Organ?
ized tiie Big Stone
Gap Unit.
I ii" Big Stone.Oup unit of the
Wine County Hilly Sunday Club
met in tli.' liftpti.-il church hero
on lust Sun.i i> afternoon and
perfected the organization of
llo- Big Sinn.- i lap unit. K T,
' '.'irii.ii, . i. nl do- vidc-presi
denta of lite chtb presided and
VV a. Miller whs elected secrn
i .1 > I':. - lucuihcrship opm
Uillllle consisting ul A Li Hol* I
Uni. I B. \\ uihplni, K K Bur
-1.. < ' K K ilbiiurn and <1. W. I
Scott was, appointed This com
millet- will hblicilt lOemburs to
tlie chili, which promises to be
-'?I.- ..I tit.- in..si influential
Christian oi guniz n Inns ever
perfected in this section,
l l.. .'int. I. will bo a part
of tin- county Organization
w Inch h is hi'.'ii divided into six
noi.-, with clubs at Nori.m,
Wise, t.'oebiiiii, Mi. 1'aul, Appa
lucliia und Big Stone, i tap. It
im tin- purpose >.f the unit clubs
to ni.'. i on.-, every week and
ih.' county cluh In moot with
sonic on.- of tin- unit clubs Unco
? aril i.lb.
t^llite a uiliilbel of the lead
inn ciii/.oiir. ..f the <iiip we're
priiHuiii ;ii ihiMiioetiiig Sunday
il mi inmil ami alt seemed inter.
DMli'il in Ibis w.n k ami had their
nuiiies oilrolleii its nieinbers of
tlie . nil.
I h.- club lo ir will meet once
each week ami will bold its
in'M meeting in the school au
iliioritiui Sun.lay afternoon ul
three o'clock.
The (.'oilimnniiy League is of?
fering a Clip lo (he lllelcbuiitH
ami all pllliilC hilihlillgS lor the
cleanest HtliJet .tint gutter in
front nl each building ami fti 0?
in money to ihn janitor who
keeps the cleanest street and
glitter from now until Decem?
ber Int. Walchum for Squire
Betlis, In- will be a hard one to
The pi i/.en lor the cleanest
hoiiies ami prettiest llnwors will
he given September Ifitli.
'I'he Colored people will have
prizes too.
10very one do their beat to
Basc.oin Sleiup bus given the
money for the prizes fur 1)011)08.
.Ml:- 11. K 1A>X,
(Jliitirmuii on Streets for the
Coiiiniuuit) League.
Reception for House Guests.
Mi ?. K A\ Sbugart and daugh?
ter, Mis- Both,entertained very
delightfully Tuesday evening
complimentary to their bouse
glleslri, Misses Bertha Shugarl,
ot Bristol, Bay he Itiddlck, Vir?
ginia Delger, Helen Marlin ami
Dorothy Bpuhford, ol Bluetiold
At the close of a very enjoy
Ublo OVOIIlng tile hoste?.-., rl
Hurved delicious ice cream and
cake. About lift) yOUItg peo?
ple were prescht.
Never lllilld what y?uif neigh?
bor says. I I'd what you do thul
Appeal for
More Funds
Hampton Roads Commission
Will Ask Congress for
Larjjcr Appropriations.
Outstanding features of the
Hampton (toads port commission
in Portsmouth today were:
I. Assembling of data upon
which the commission proposes
to go before Congress to secure
additional appropriations eohi
Uiehshrato with the amount of
shipping handled through (he
pint of Hampton Koad>.
?J. Plaits for a lour of South?
west Virginia ami the Sheimn
doah Valhv to arouse t he inlet -
es I of i In- people of those sec?
tions in Hampton Koads a- Vir
giuia's pott.
!{. Statements hv Chairman
N. II. M?her, also presidenl of
Norfolk .v Western Bail way, at
lum lienn tin- afternoon, showing
that in Julie Hampton Koads
had dumped 110 per cent, more
eoiii than all t he other ports on
the Atlantic seiabuaid pat to
get her. Also thai I In tii pt uti
Koads had exported tin percent,
of the coal shipped to foreign
polls during thai month?the
dumping!! exceeding ill previous!
records. J
Malier Presents figures.
Tlie commission convened at
It) :'t0 this morning in tie'coun?
cil clianiher of the municipal
building in I'ortsinoiilli with die
following members (>ro-eui :
N . Ih Malier, chairman : S-n
at?f Wi U. 1 'brbett, Port snioillh :
Senator W I,. Andrews, Koa
Ookc : Joliii W. < In 11v. of N,.i.
l.dl. ; Nel-on S. tlroouie, llainp
ton, and l.cc Um?, Dante.
Mr. M?her pre-, tiled a state?
ment showing tin- <?->???)>i????<( ciial
dumping- id I lampion Koads
during .Inn'. Hampton Koads
dumping in a-' thin ?,'J00,00(i
toils, exceeding t|je coal dump?
ings et Neu Vprli . I'hihidelpliia,
Kaltiuiore ami Charleston by
500,001) Ion-, or more than !ln
per cetil.
? If the I ,S?O,linn ton- of coal
exported during the month,
Hampton Road* bandied l,:i:M.
tll.lt) toll-, or 111! per eelit .
Whj lluiiipiini Koads Leads.
The rea-oiis as -t it'ed by Mrlj!
Malier for Hampton Kolids s't'|;ur
ing the libn.'a ?tut.f tl.oal
business \\ ere :
I. That the railroad- enter
ing Hampton Ko.nl- tap the coal
fields, \ihero a t|iialily of . oal is
produced thai is in demand; and
that Ii Clin he -old al a price
which is all rsiol i\ e.
That diippers and steam?
ship owmrs prefer Hampton
Koads because of the service
they seeiiie ai the purl . There
is no congestion at Hampton
Koads: -laps i ait make a quick
turn around.
Thesis figures will he used in
connect inn with other data in
presenting the importance of
Hampton Roads to Congress and
the Viiginia General Assembly
to show the need for legislation
und appropriations commensu?
rate, with the business of ship?
i in the suggest ion ol i.ee Long,
of Haute, the commission tic
cepted an invitation from the
Virginia Coal Operators' Associa?
tion to hold it- next meeting in
Norton. Mr. Longialso suggest?
ed that a meeting he held at
Bristol while the commission is
in Southwesl Virgioia.
Meet at Norton and Bristol.
Recognizing tin- importance of
carrying the gospel of Uaniptou
Koads into Southwest Virginia,
die commission fixed September
IS and I I a- the l.-rttative dates
for the meetings in Southwest
Virginia, the first day in Norton
and the second in Bristol.
A strong delegation of fifteen
or twenty representative citizens
of Hampton Koads cities Will he
invited to attend both meetings.
Chairman Malier suggested
that the October meeting be held
in Staii?tou, Und that that occa?
sion be ruade a central gathering
for all people of the valley. N
meeting will be held during tin
month of August.
Speakers oi Luacbeoa.
Kev. N. \V. Co.x presided at
luncheon at the V. M. ?'. A. an
ditoriuin in Hortsniouth this af?
ternoon. Mayor H. A. Hnti-hin-,
Normal Cassel I, Uity Manager
Jerovy, 0. K. Ashburner, of
Norfolk ; Chairman Malier, Sen?
ator Andrews and W. A. CoX, of
Norfolk, made live minute- talks.
Following the luncheon there
will be an automobile tour of
I'ortsmouth, an inspection of the
navy yard and a harbor trip oil
the Commodore Mania.-, tiiigship
of the \'irgiuia Ovster navy.
Tonight at 7 o'clock the com?
mission will be the gllCStS at a
dinner given for tin- Virginia
Hress Association by tie- Norfolk
Chamber of Commerce in its
club rooms in the National Hank
of Commerce building;?Norfolk
Ledger-Uispittch, .Inly 22.
Cocburn Bible Class
The M.-n'rt Hilde I Illlfld of the
1 loeburil Hnplist church were
entertained by the Ladies" Hi
bin Chins nt the home ul" Mrs
W N Mendt) Thursday, July
2'lHtj I'021'. Those present were
Mr anil Mrs. .1. S. Jordan, Mrs
C W. Kilgore, Mr ami Mrs.
H.I'. Blevins, Mrs J II Steele.
Mi? ,1. H Kaniaev, Mr. unit
Mrs li W. Uoiyfiold, Mr und
MrH. K. S. Clottsu, Mr*. \V A
Haulier, M i s. t' H i tsihoi no.
Mi- Sbeltoil i 'olemaii, Mr. und
Mrs A Blevins, Mis II O
Bulling. M in. W. .1 Initi ier,
Mrs. Alice Webster, Mi> C\ II
Hobiiisou, Mrs. (' r Buwmiiii,
Mrs. Ak.Mt,, Mr und Mrs, I? M
Heck, Mr. and Mrs. U.S. l.vllie,
Mr. and Mrs. K H Kiser, MrH
Nannie Klrtur, Mrs. Il \V. I,y ?ie,
Mr. and \l is. K I. Br> iiuij Mr
and Mr* M K kilgo'ie, Mi
Clyde i'ov. Mrs, K C Lhivis,
Mis Muyor, Mr. ami Mrs. Stu?
nt from H.-ekley. \V. Vu , and
M rind \l rs Sam Lyttlo, from
A nSflil.gi.ill1, H. G heiiei ii
refreshments were Hurved.
Capture Whiskey.
A sixteen gallon keg of iniiuu
shine wliirik'ey w|is captured
Saturday afternoon in the (lap
near ili'o el,eine light plant
by I'olicoineii Marshall Belcher
aiid Clnudo K ily.
A man M bu gave Iiis iiiiliiii as
Leonard Hak. r; Iroiu i III 11
Mnunutiii Scott eollliiy, was ur
rested ami placed in jail here
tin- nllioers received iufoilmi
tioii that Die man was seen tii
leave a ear wnli a keg nn bit,
sholililer tor the woods at this
place. After searching awhile
they found linker und iluothei
man, tin- latter escaped, being
ton tar from the otlicers when
he wan discovered. Tim yvhia
key was found concealed in
mime weeds a distance from
where linker Was arrested and
lie elalins it dill Hot belang to
bun. The keg was brought to
(he town ball and the Contents
poured over the river bank in
the presence of a large tilimber
of people
The next regular meeting of
tile Henry N Tale Host of the
American Legion will bei held
in the post club room at Appa
lachia, 7:30 central lime, Aug.
gllril hill, 1021
Many important mailers are
to In taken up Appointment
nf four ill-legates to the annual
state convention at Norfolk.
\ ti., will he made which is in
be held Sepleliiher I, '- and I
It is helped tint all members
will inakrt every elTort to be
present. Any ei-jwiryico men
who are not members will he wel
comu. Sam K. Dicke.nson,
Secretary .
To wind lip estate the follow?
ing lots in Hig Sinne < lap will
bo sold to the person making
best idler.
One lot in Plat 1, Block 35 and
the following in Hint 3; lot 7,
Block. 119; lot 6 and ?; Block
111, lot 8, Block, 113; lot 5,
Block, los Submit best offer
10 Q. Krank, 300 Main St., Dull,
iville, Via.?adv.31-34.
Kuller Tritiklc.
A wedding nf unusual inier
est tu Appnlnchta people wan
solemnized Wednesday at Nor.
toil at two o'clock when Miss
11 ila.lvs Trink Io hecaim- tin1 wife,
of Mr Clifford M. Kuller Iii.'
marriage ceremony was (..-r
fOruied by the bride's pastor.
Kuv. .1. li\ Bullion, of Hi.- Moth
odisl church, of Norton, The
bi.'iitltiful ceremony of tbal
church w an used; The Trinklc
home was tastefully decorated
in sweet peas ami roses. Miss
Mary .Meadnr, of Norton, was
bridesmaid und Chilenen Simp
kins was host man.
Immediately after the conclu?
sion ol the Ccrom my the happy
couple took an auto for Big
Stone (lap where Miev .aught
theafternoon S lullicril for Uns
lot. Kn.ni there th.v go to
Washington, Baltimore, Allan
tic City ami New York ?"11 > for
an eMOinled honeymoon They
expect io return about the
middle of Anglist, ami will
make their future home in Nor?
This happy event is the cul?
mination ot a pre! I) courtship
lasting ovel a period ol two
years This ending has been
forecasted for many m milts
by I lie w ise ones, and yet it
calm- its something of a surprise
to a gte it ibany ol llieir friends,
By litis union, two ol lite most
st.'rim.; y otiiig i.ph- of the
Southwest hecoioe united, and
myriads of ft lends and rela?
tives join in w ishing thetn ev I
ery happiness thill can befall1
the human lol
The bride is a mo-1 ul l ractlve
and popoI 11 yolltlg li.lv. the
daughter of Mr and Mr-.' .1 Ifl
I'rillkle, who have been resi?
dents ol I his -. el ion tot in tn>
years and are liuhthcreil among
Wise c 'Uitiy '?? in >-t inllileiitiai
and prosperolls people. Miss
i i lad \ s i- act it e in church cir
l. n id a leader among I he
younger set among whom she
is greatly loved and adiilire.l,
Mi. Kuller is a young man ol
unusual character ami ability.
Although a vOfy youiig man,
hen- manager of lie- large de.
partmeni tor?? of Kiilhu Uroth.
i-r.-i il N... I .ii. .ml inte nl in.
voting bllHlilesH leail. I" o| (he
obuniv. H i- . iii hnli i ul the
promo..-i.l and iveji ib.i K.iilor
family and i - 11x mg up to tlie
.I Ll'adlllnlts ol hl? I am.I n . in..
da) and generation l in g ..|
de'sH ol lot tube, hiiihi ii i\c pri -
tided at tibi fuilClloii witen
lh.se IWO W.-le We'd. App.liil
chtti Indepemlcht.
Health Work.
Kollo w ing is report o( work
done in Itichiiipiid Ibsn icl l>.
\\ ise County Health I > put
mem lb Cooperation with tit.
Big Stone tlap Bed Cross Nlira
ing Sei t. ice |..r luoti.o til Jiiiy ,
Sili instruct it'll vtstir, io |ii pre?
natal patients.
\ Ilia tern I it p ll ietlls.
'.i babies
I I en iIdri ii.
.. i iiiicictilai.
I ? other visits.
I in.-el nigs held.
I i tiables attend. .1.
_' . children attended.
I i w nllleU al lend. .I
J I hours of olb,:e work.
Jo letters written
- . iitteljv lews held
1.1 schools ?. isitnil Sanitary
reports made.
I girls place.I in I'hliri'h home.
1 girl sent to materuiiy homo.
I cbibl sent lo oi i....p. die sur?
2?U health I.ml. Hits distri
bllle I.
ii educational liluis shown.
A tsistoil b. l term.'ill club with
eni. rluinmout lor hOucllt of the
Citizens' Bank Opened at Dttf
field August 1st.
'Ilm Citizens' Bank of Duf
lie tl opened for business in their
ii.'.v iwo-story concrete build?
ing at Butliold on Anglist 1st,
The bank has a capital of $13,?
><??<< I a.- olliceis and directors
urn us follows:
1'i rsulcnl, Kreil B. Steel; vice
president, J. B. KobiiieltO;cnsh
lor, J. N. Wagner. Directors-?
Kreit It. Sleel, .1 B. Bohmette,
,1. N. Wagner, \V. I'.. Nickels,
I. N. Uobble, .1 L Hill; .). M.
Tomliuaon, C. I'. Bogers, C. J.
U..lunette, (J. |>. Bobinetle ami
J. IJ. Bledsoc.
Daily Output is '10,000 Dozen
Pairs of Hosiery.
Knur Heading mills are includ
? ??l in a $?,000,000 merger that
will bo llie largest producers of
hosiery in the w:orld. A \Vyo
missing man was one of the
loaders in the organization of the
now company, i- ii~ vice-prosi
dent uid will have charge of the
production in the .7 iiiills of the
organization. William K. Taube)
Company and the Scott-Kit/.ihil
liSr interests have combined by
ilie organization of the Tauhol
Set t - Kit/.miller Company, Inc.
The capitalization is |0,000,000
all paid in. The J7 mills in four
Mates have a daily output of 10,
nun dozen pair stocking:*, made
in cotton or silk, for infants,
children, men arid women. The
idea i- economy in production by
reason of the manufacture o( the
d'iilereitl grades at the llillerenl
plant-. The new company i
ilsti the owner of a Spinning mill
for the production of yarn iti.it
has a weekly output of i.u,000
i liar, nee K. Taubol. of Hiver
side, N. .1., is the prosidenl and
treasurer; Krank V. Kit/null.-r,
of Wyouilssiiig, is tlie vice-presii
dent and production manager,
add Thomas K. Scott, of New
York. i- tl.erntary. The if
llce is at ?_'."> Madison Avenue,
Ne? York;which, i- itls? Iii.II
ing he.eh|uarler-. It is In aded
by Klifiis W. Sc.tt, chairman
board of governor-.
The neu company's operations
cover a w ide icrriUirv- Kohr of
its mill are in lie.id itie. an 1 I he
olliers are located a. follows;
i l.ehanon, Mt. i 'arniel, ShanioUotij
Tama(|iia, in tin- stale:'Trenton,
j Kivei -d lie, r unden, M ill . ill.*.
V inelaud, I I ii III moll toll and
I I'lea- inlville. N. .1. : Big Stone
,* lap and Cate i 'ilv. \ i. : Hog
? i-ville. Morristown and l.;iioir
City, Tonn.
I'llO le'W company is I In lar
g ?I single f.ictoi I., the ho.iery
liih- an I I le- piirji i-e Ol I lie
combine, i < to iiicre He .pi ?lity
and ipiaui it v.
Mi. Kit/aiiiller ha I, ?on . well
known business man for a num?
ber of -. -.ii-. although lie has
b'eeii in lie- hosiery trade only
tue ve.ii-, starting with a sin ill
plant at Bcchlelsvillo. lie m
ci'e'a ."I hi- operations rapidlyj
lidding mill aller mill, until ho
ivas tue owner oi iniiiea number
here and elsewhere. Some
months ago the Sliotl Kit/miller
i diipany wiis formed an I how
thil I' lubel plant- i:.jilel ? the
Soiiie ye'ju ? -go Mr. I^itzuiilier
.tailed the Ii. ik- KiigineeVing
Company on a -mall -c lie al
Seventh and Che nn' Streets. U
grew rapidly an t now ucciipii.'s'
and own- tin- large phltlt at Slxtl'l*.
and i 'hestiilll Street- . lie i- the
president. Hi- eoii leutiou yv i I ti
this business is of gi, it a i\.,ut
age in solving, the product?jui
problem- in manufacturing. lb:
is also presidenl 01 the Kitliii Kn
gineerlng Company, local J at
I Sixth ami Chestnut Street-, do
[signer- ..I textile machinery , and
j he als? ow ns the Loiitii Kuarry
.Company, at l.eillli, Delaware
County, I'a
.Mr. Tanhel paid his lirsl Visit
I to Heading on Thursday. Mr.
Scott i- a frequent visitor. The
I merger nn- been in process of
formation for the past three
months. Mr. Kit/miller's many
friends in this and other cities
I wish him Success in the large
corporation which he helped to
form. lie has a wide [iciltiniu'j
taucu in the manufacturing
world. lie resides in Wyoihis
sing. ? Heading (Ijft) Kagle, .In?
ly 80, 1021.
The efficiency of some people
consists principally of the roo
oinmendations of their friends.
All the world is a playground,
I with most of us hard at work.

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