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TBI CITIZEN December tt. 9. L HIGHWAY IS WIG PROGRESS "Hah Street of the South" Gets Financial Aid From States and Counties. IS WONDERFUL SCENIC ROUTE Win Afford Coast U Coast Highway Tranepertation to al least 15,000, 00 People Every Mil May Now 60 Used. Washington. D. C Remit action 07 a county In P'tlnhoma In voting a head laaue of aeveral hundred thou and dollar to construct a link In the lyf highway la concrete evidence of the enterprise which la to give the -ountry another traoacontinenul road. It la a demonstration of the kind of 'o -operation on tin- part of atnte and counties tlint Inxiirca success to the project fostered ty tna organttatioa kaowa the Lm Highway aasocla- tfoo. This treat artery of travel by atotoe baa been termed tha Bonthera Mala' Street of tha United Rtataa. Ita pre- I BMrtere aaaert that It will be the floaat I ecente rout from coaat ta ceeet aa! wall aa tha shortest. From Waahlagtoa ta 8n Diego, Cat, It will measure 8.000 mllea, which la 900 mllaa leea. than any other route. Bventualty, ft la aald, tha Lea highway will ba et tended from Washington ta New Tork city and from San Diego to Baa Fran cisco, giving It a total length of 8,700 mllea. It la estimated that tha road will afford highway transportation to at least 15.0(10.000 people, approtlmatety one-seventh of our continental popula tion. Tlila will contribute materially to the development of a tone at lenst 100 miles wide throughout Ita entire length. Thin la regarded aa of far more Importance than tlia facility It will offer to tln-cnnnere and other tourists to travel from the Atlantic to the Pnclflc through much of the most beautiful aeenerv In the country aa well aa over a comparatively easy roadway. Every Mile May Now Ba Died. Every tulle of I'e rond Is now a con- netted ap highway, tney announce, ana ran ba traveled any dav la tha year In fact. It la all la dally uaa. It la aatimated that approximately 80 par rent of It la graded and that all tha neceeary bridge and ml vert a have keen constructed. Some of thla road wv la of the type knowa aa water hound macadam, but thla will ba re placed ultimately with eclentlflcally built pavement. From almost every county aeat along the line there la a at retch of thla mod era pavement extending In either di rection and In aome Inatanrea thla per manent roadway la continuous for 2'X) mllea. There are. of course, .ireaki In Ita continuity, hut the association la now negotiating a Construction pro gram nnder which the road authorise of the various stales and counties w ill co-operate to close all tha gap. It It hoped that this can be accomplished within the next two yearn, assuming thnt conditions continue favorable. I The Lee highway run southwest fiom Washington, traversing the valley of Virginia, thence west to crosa tha Mississippi river at Memphis. From Memphis It runs to Mttle Rock. Ark., and follows the nutgiilllcent Red River drouth wesier.i Texas, southern New I 'Mexico, Arisen andTiiforaia ta Baa Diego. Tha rout from tha Mlaalaatppl aa la practically one of tha Bva tranarontl aental lines surveyed by order of ma- greaa during tne penoa immefl'ateiy preceding tha Civil war when it waa reallted that the territory gained aa a result of the Mexican war and by tha acquisition of California could only bo consolidated through llnea of transpor tntlon linking the 1'anfle coaat to tha Mississippi valley and thence with tha Atlantic aenhoard. Follows Strtama and Rivera. The l ee highwny follows beautiful rivers and streams for mora mllea tl an any other rond In the world. It la claimed, and offers a combination of mountain and vnllev scenery of un usual beauty and variety. Along with the conatructlnn of tha road the Lee Highway association pur poses the carrying on of an education al campnlim In which the history, grog, rnphy, literature. Industries, natural resources and attractions of the tone traversed by the highway will be made generally known. This will fit Into tha "seeing America first" propaganda. Naturally the buslnesa element la everv community along tha line la In terested In this program, and la ro- yrotlnB In ever' oosihle wav. Begin the New Year Right JjaJ fW 1 8 I ALL YOUR MONEY IS WORTH! That's What They Get Who Trade With Us Start with the New Year if you are not already in the ranks lariananarunanananarianan Coats $10.00 to $79.50 Skirts $5.95 o $8.95 Hosiery 65c to $3.50 Millinery $1.50 $15.00 Suits $19.50 to $49.50 Blouses $1.00 to $8.75 Purses $1.50 to $12.50 Handkerchiefs lOcto $1.00 Dresses $6.95 to $39.50 Sweaters $1.50 to $12.75 Parasols $1.50 to $19.50 Traveling Bags $5.95 to $12.50 Beautiful Black English Broad cloth Coats, Venetian Lining, all sizes. SPECIAL $22.75 Fitted Suit Cases $14.50 to $27.50 Gloves $1.50 to $4.00 Hand Made Waists $195 Silk Hose, all Colors , $1.00 Silk and Wool Sport Hose $1.25 Chamoisette Gloves $1.50 Sport Hats $1.95 Silk Sweaters $4.95 ORDER IT BY MAIL Pushin's Fashion Shop ) MAIN STREET (INCORPORATED) "Exclusive But Not Expensive" is I r r i 1 I RICHMOND, KY. JAN. 1, 1923, is the day of all days upon which you should open a savings account at this bank. Let the turning of a new leaf in the book of time signalize the turning of a new leaf in your book of life. Let this new leaf of yours be on the credit side of the savings ledger of this bank. See that your nanTvis written across the top of that pane, and every mjnth add something to the column of credits that appears below. Start right, stay right, and you will always be right Berea Bank and Trust Co. J. W. STEPHENS, President JOHN F. DEAN, Caabtrt MAIN STREET BEREA, KY. For Sale or Rent Having decided to move to the farm I have recently purchased, I will h-II or rent the property in Berea, Ky., on Center St., where I now live. The dwelling is a two story, 9 room, plastered, frame building, furnace heat, electric lights, toilet, and bath. Good barn, garage, and all necces sary out buildings. The lot has a front age of 75 ft. and is 200 ft. deep. 1 also have 4 J," acres of creek bottom land in grass just outside of city limits that 1 will sell with this property. I am offering this property at a great bargain, and will sell on easy terms if terms are desired. Can give possessions January 1st, 1923. T. B. STEPHENSON 58 Center St Phone 75 Berea, Ky. "The Good Old Paya" we whiaprr Aa Memory npim ita dream, Ard all the olden wondi-ra Upon our vision gleam; The Good Old Days," how lovely In their unatained delight, Their raptures afely harbored By altara pure and white. Rut how about the New Daya, That call airosa the anow? Ah. bli hely let u follow To where their roses blow; The New Daya are the beat days If we will only aee They turn into the Old Days That aing for you and me. RULERS' HEARTS IM CHAPEL The new year does not depend for si'ecess upon the man who makes elab orate plans for the 365 days to come, but rather upon the one who simply ii tends to do his very best every old day, in whatever comes along, finding his success in well-being and well doing, rather than in the thing done. Nothing la small to the man who fates all things In this big spirit In the hush of the New Year the heart of the sad and stricken world I whispering now: "Ring in tha Christ that ia to be." Only so can the con fusions and disturbances which now hrld tha world ever be corrected, and ' he doubts of men healed and turned it to Joy. Our Uvea run with the years a war. Fow soon our story i of Yes tarda God givea ua thia ona glory only one Love but begins when Hma and Death are dona. All Caoept Twe ef Hapsburaw Ra rteanted In Curious Collect I In Old Churca. Vienna. The no-railed Irfr rhapel of the Iwiutiful 04 Coait Church of the AnguHtlaea. whlefc datea from 1.'I3, rontalna tha haarta of all the members of the house of Banahurg who hnv died daring the lent BOO years save two. The eireptiona wre the hearts nf fhe long-lout Ari hiluke John, who la Bow Judlclonaly atimet to have per lahed at sea more (liaa thirty years ao, while on hl way around Cape Horn In a aallinic "hip. The other heurt absent la that of Empreaa Kllzatx-th which waa pierced at Geneva by the stllleto-lllte Ale of her Italian anarchUt asaamln. 8 he had er.acted ln before her end a solemn promise from her hnxnuad that under no rirrunmmncee would he per mit the dlsteral of her remain. It waa a very ancient ruatotn that when the sdchI of death overtook a aclon of the houw of Hapabtirg the heart waa removed from the body for prvaervatlon lu a silver ara fat the Loretto rhapel of the Church of the Augustlnes, the bWa In another all ver ura being relegated ta tha crypt of the wonderful old Cathedral of 8t Stephen, while the reet of the tana aadly mangled remalna reposed In the veulta of the Church of tna Capa-eolna. "Free" Ta Memberaf Tha Chrietmaa col tea ara on the wane now; and tha Christmas pres enta have been largely exchanged. Ltt'a get busy and do our Christmas shopping early. Almost before wa know it now the dondehon will smile again. And har vesting tha gold of spring, wa can f.rget tha disappointment Incident to tha oil stock that didn't pan out. Every New Year comaa to as pleading wistfully for us to "Love Ona Another." Only three montha mora and tha merry little baseball bat will ba play ing tha call of spring- Washington. Free seed want dowa ta defeat la the House whea aa amendment offered by HepreaentaUva Joha W. Langley, of Kentucky, Repub lican, to add an appropriation af $300, 000 to the aggrlcultural appmprlatloa bill for distribution of aeed by mem bers of Congress wss voted dowa, 74 to TL U. S. ARMY MAY QUIT RHINE Will Be Withdrawn If Franca Oocu plaa the Ruhr, Washington Report Say a Washington, 21. American troops will be withdrawa promptly from tha Rhine If France orruptee the Ituhr, It waa learned fnxn a high otU clal of tha adiulnlMiratloa here. WORLD NEWS (Continued from paga 1) n industry. Tola report comaa aa a strange tontraat ta tha threatening aspect of tha Near East problem.