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?AGE TWO THE EVE.MXC, TELEGRAM, LAKE LAND, FLA., TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1 1 20 7 jti Jtiave One? sISiKk PS -a cold, sparkliug bottle of pll Cd . CHEVROLET For Economical Transportation I am certainly grateful to the good people of Lakeland for their assistance in removing stock of cars and parts in the recent fire. I have practically closed deal for a modern sales and service building to be erected at a very early date and am at present located on Pine Street opposite freight depot where sales and service will be offered until completion of new building. 1 can make a few more immediate deliveries in Four Ninety and F. B. Models and will offer all used cars at spe cial prices as 1 have no room for them. JOE WILDER Chevrolet Dealer i When Learning is a Joy Just suppose that when you wers ten or twelve years old instead of learning definitions of an Island, a river, a mountain, repeating them ov er and over in a monotonous under tone, you had had them unfolded to you in all their natural beauty on the motion-picture screen? This methoa of teaching is surely coming, and through It, if properly "conducted,, much of the drudgery of learning the fundamentals Is going to be eliminat ed for the children in our schools. MJU t ASPHALT ROOFING A SPECIALTY Guaranteed Twenty Years L-Geo. H. Dickerson Carpenter and Builder GALVANIZED IRON, PAINT AND OILS Ask "Dick" and Save Money C. D. 3: PHONE 470 BLACK I Aim Awn n ad in a , - Mnnuwilll, I bvmvn A STATEMENT OF THE STATE BANK OF LAKELAND Charter No. 11 AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 4, 1920 RESOURCES Visualized geography, it is believed, will beat the maps a good deal fur ther than a live bird beats a stuffed one. Likewise, visualized history, it is expected, will beat the narratives of the book, which we sometimes ays, when ehey are written by a granhic writer, make the dead nasf live But it is visualized history that will indeed ressurrect the naat so far m a moving picture can. make a scene that is past and goneyreal again. For these terms, visualized geogranhv and visualized history are used with reference to the possibilities and the development of the moving picture. The president of one of the big moving picture Companies has lfcen talking very eloquently about the use of the film In the school and surely te brings our imagination a thousand school rooms full, not of languid but of eager pupils. Educators are think ing about the same thing, and we may be thankful that they are, for more of fact, information and instruction in the film service to this age and less of hysteria, emotionalism, cheap farce and thrill is a desideration, asserts the Omaha World-Herald. The classes in geography will see the mountains, -the plains, the rivers, animated by such life as is peculiar to them. They will see the natural products of various countries beim cultivated or gathered. Before them will appear companies of tb.7 Inhabi tant of each. In front of the eyes will troop the wild animals" of which they see only the flat prints in the books. They will see exports moving out and imports moving in, the work ut the wharves, the carrying to the seaboard, the laden ships plowing the ocean. It will be like toking them traveling over the earth to learn what It looks like, and tfiey will bet the vivid impression that is made on the eye, and their memory will be asso ciated as by a personal recollection". As for history, millions have been eble to see on the screen the momen tous history that has been in the mnV- ing during the last few years the camps and cantonments, the march- ng columns, the moving ocean trans icrts, the busy shipyards, the con struction and factory work of the war. the batteries in action, the destroyed cities, the flight of refugees, the com manding figures, whether on the. flein or in the government cabinet all the scenes of war, of war-swept countries, , glimpses of wretchedness and the ministrations of comfort and mercy. Hereafter a film record of the more notable historical events will be kept for what will be both the entertain, ment and" the instruction of after gen erations. It is going to be a big work to get the moving picture Installed asa com mon equipment for educational work itf the schools. Schools will have to have the films and the machines, and they will require men. teachers or not, to operate them. Thi that a great development of moving Picture facility will have to be made In all the appliances and terh,H,, connected with the exhibition of the Picture. The moving picture will ov erflow from the theater into the i schools, for it would be impossible . for the theaters alone to do the work. .It will also be necessarv tn s the production of tfie pictures on the ! .screen so that there will be iTprob lem of vision and no over-straining of .the eyes of children-a difficulty not ,yet overcome save when the equip- mint - .. ' -v uu upwauon are the very best. Ol. AUKUStlne RaoAnt w U W. FISKL JOHNSON REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Suite 5 EHiston Building Phone 150 SPECIALS The best grove property investment in Polk Countv. 35 I ! acres in budded grove, 25 of which are bearing, 6 to 12 years ; j old, bordering beautiful lake and dose to asphalt road.. Price ;; $40,000 for short time only. Terms if desired. Send or bring me your listings of Houses. Groves. Farmt 2er' elc'' if your Property is desirable. Gentry-Futch Company FUNERAL DIRECTOR8 AND LICENSED EMBALMERS Equipped With Either Complete Automobile or Hone Drawn Service EVERY MODERN NECES8ITY New Chapel. New Furniture and Every Appointment for Quiet and 8ultable Conduct of Funeral 8ervlce DAY PHONE 241, NIGHT PHONE 111 OR 241 111 East Main Street Lady Assistant In Attendance Loans Overdrafts , U. S. Bonds Furniture and Fixtures Real Estate S. 621,107.61 669.86 13,846.00 22,629 94 15,738.88 Cash on hand and in Banks 47c!l34 43 jr - Tctal $1,150,126.72 LIABILITIES Capital. iQo ooo 00 Sarplusand undivided profits less taxes and Expenses ' ' Unpaid Dividends .7 7.7. .7.7 7. .77.77' .' .' .' '.. 29372 DEPOSITS 1'.' 1 V $1 ,027,668.1 7 THIS FLORIDA LAOY'S STRENGTH RESTORED AGAIN Total $1,150,126.72 Pensacola Lady Feels Every One Who is suffering; Should Hate a Chance to Profit by Her Experience Declares the Sew Medicine Dreco Hag Bronpnt Belief From Constipation Kldnej, Iher and Stomach Trou. hies 'I feel that I hare a duty to ner- form for the benefit of every" sick' per A. H. DeVANE, President A. E. SLOAN, Vice-President VV. W. CHASE, Cashier F. REID, AsL Cashier son In this town, by telling 'them. ,n5 throueh the nnner V.t v. vi v-r551 nunt uaa, uruilEDC relief to nie. after eighteen raonihsot sickness,'' states Mrs. Beatrice Pur vis, of 139 VT. Liberty St.. Pensacola. Fla.. in a signed statement. "My health has been miserable; se vere headaches, attended by pains in my back and limbs, caused me much - - u.19, maKing me very uncomfortable. I often had diz iy spells which nearly blinded me; my appetite fell away to almost noth-ir-g. My breath was so foul I could "mei: u myself. It is really hard to describe my feelings." "All this time I was taking differ ent medicines, but without much suc cess. When the new medicine Dreco -ame to town, I was imnrpSBO,i k .v - u; lUC honest frank statements I read in t, lapers about it and began taking it myself. It is hard to realize big change this Dreco has brought foith. It is almost beyond belief." Myjood" digests perfectly, leaving . uur pairs neadachea j ckacb.es hav? gone. My liver in Kit ing well, which has overcome the diz :ineps and foul breath and bad taste in my mouth. I am full of energy, and have felt light-hearted and hanDv all me time. I hope every one suffering as I once did will give Dreco a trial." 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