Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 21, 1908 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, November 21, 1908
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ORANGE AND LEMON $ 10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Iluestcca Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River to Tarapico, the rapidly growing part of Mexico. Regular steamboat service to and from property. In the La JBolsa Colony, consisting- of 20,000 acres. A townsite has been laid out and tracts of 5 acres adjoining al $125 to #135 each, and also subdivisions of fifty acres each at $10 per acre. Terms, one-third cash and balance in 6 months and 9 mo.; 8 per cent on deferred payments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Fine hunting and fishing. For further particulars apply to MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Local Agents, or MOATS, FOWLER & DIBBLE Box 168 TAMPICO, MEXICO Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. NOV. 22, 1008. Solomon Annuintotl King. i:ii-12. 1 Vorson 'J2-.')l. • What was tho character of Nathan? an.l what, part (11(1 ho take in fcho Uriah-David- IJattiHhoba matter 1 ? (Seo II Sum. (ioldon Toxt.- -Know tliou tho (iod xii-l-lM) of thy father, and .sorvo him with a porfoot lit'iirt, and with a mind. i. Clii'on. .x.xviii:!). CH 11.--How olil was David, and had ho any r\n\\t to ho a decrepit old man at mioli an IIKO? What can wo nay of (ho advinorH of Can wo iiHiially Judge of tho right- i of a (umso, by tho ctmnuitcr I of tho mon who advooato it? Do even K<io<l nipn .somotimes liavo to he romindod of their promiHos? IH a promise made under oath of tho old kiiiK, marryiiiK him with I H ".V Khutor moral obligation than ' "one foot in tiie KI'IIVO," t and fair maiden? this a promise without an oath? Verses 112 -fill. Why did Ciod Was (iod inthoHo. days ovor ploaHod | thl ' 01| K h l)livifl Hnlcot Solomon for with thingn which «rievo him in Uio fiilnro KhiK? 11 Chron. xxil :8-0) tiiONo days? If a HOU has all tho (|ualitieH for Your Winter Trip East VOTHOH &-10.- -How do you explain |» l'"Hition, doos Uod disqualify liim for any sin on tho part of his par- tho fact that Absalom and Adoi.jah, HOIIH of tho enmo mother mid very handsome men, both turned traitors to their father and to tho plans of (iod? (This question must bo an- uwered in writing oy mombei'B of tho olub. ) ents? Whioh is tho wiser way to kill mi insurrection with peaceful methods, or to stamp if out with nrnm? Chap. II :1-12—-!H riifhtoousnosB a Hiiro guarantee, of BUOCOSH to (ivory Aro unusual good looks and abil- j individual, au woll an to the king ity, generally a help «r a hindrance and his people? to oharaotorY .... What, notvvith.standiiiK all his If .Umalom and .\donljah, had not' H mbitions in llfo, will lie a man's been iminpurml and pottod liy tlmir ; «tiit)f coiuiorn at death? fntlu-1 and mothi'i-, lint had IIU-MI I , . . , , , ill ' \\ hat had, tor tnn most part, neon iiroporly trmntul, what would have .,»,,, , * .. . , .,;, j ., i tho dharaoter of Itavid'H relun? bi'on tho proliiitulity as to thoir ** oliaraoturti? : What can you any concerning David's parting instructions to Solomon, concerning tho rewinds which he wanted to be imparted? >n; in it thinkable that they i Lessons for Sunday Nov. V 2!l, wore both mon u* tiodY i I'.iUri World'H Temperance Sunday. Would il. have been possible, then, ; tniil i« it possible now, for a true | follower of (iod, tu take sides with' those who art) upposing the plans of (iod? i Veihos 111-. Who was Hathsheba before the WIIH the wife of David': Ni<twithslaiiding tlie »'iicumstances of Diiviil'ti marriage to Hul lishelm, Here are two priestu, one on the Hide of the usurper, and tho other on the side nf the constituted kindly \ Ibiiiah \\viii: 1 -1:). Where Bullets Flew. SHOULD BP: VIA The Sunset Route OF THE Southern Pacific OR VIA NEW ORLEANS TO Washington JT<£ Chicago JT£ Cincinnati IN THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS RICE— COTTON— SUGARCANE MOSS COVERED LIVE OAKS "KINK-HEADED PICKANINNES" BALMY BREEX.ES THROUGH THE DREAMY SOUTH I). B. SCHENCK, Agent, Covina Phone 144' G. L. TRAVIS, Commercial Agent, Pomona SOUTHERN PACIFIC New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well Pump Head is I here any hail no in n ami u nond u If.,.'-; skill ami mil li is in' i ' in think thai flu* Hue u i',- liei In his ! (avid hildn-ii c\|rrl iin ill | !*,|i ar;, :,,!-l^, ilf til' iiin.r David I'urlvi-r of Kayette, X. Y.,a; veteran ot tlie C'tvil \viir, wlio lost a tool ,.i Uol t Vsbui't;, .savs: "The ^ooil KU'i'tric Ititti'i s did is worth mon 1 t.ian live huiiilred ilull.irs to me. 1 --iH'iit iiuu'li money iloi'luring lor a had i - a.->e of'll troiiliK 1 , to little piirpose. I then t-.ieil I'llectrie Miiter^. .ui.l they eui'ed me. 1 no\v take them as a tonir. kin-. ('. 11 Mi' WEPAYi BUILT IN THREE SIZES, From Ten .to Forty Horse Power \\ It is the smoothest running' deep well pump because ! ; there are no dead centers, no jerk or jar, and no danger of • ; breaking the pumpjrods. Be sure and write for our big cata- | > logue. Watch this space for further information. Pomona Manufacturing: Co. Pomona, California ftA»>AAAAfV>AAAr' ONMONTNiy BALAMCCS* Patrick H. Tally Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL SIZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished.—All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CEMENT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa Avenue, just north of San Bernardino Road Teh-phono, Home 324',' Postoffice Address, Covina WE WELCOME accounts of any amount from $5.00 •». Currency may be safely sent through the mail by registered letter, or remittance oiay be made by ezpreM money order, bank check or draff, which need not be registered. :: :: :: L**"* y« «*4« o«l» op fa^w«**d IM! Mteto w fw hiH>ii.u«n!M" J^frlU for le«kl«t J. M. HUNTEM. fSft f COM L.CS 1*1 fc. Mwy. U» Axiln. Cai I KL-'S A\AKEK Sl'CCESSFL'L **"" sl - NU FOR I'Ol'LTKY RAIStIRa LSE Los Angeles incubators t',l:kVTHI\G IS POULTKY SUPPLIES Acme kuup Cure —SUc Ho.-lpaid HESIO ALBliRS CO. 5J4 S. MAIS ST. U)s ASOCLES

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