Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 28, 1908 · Page 6
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v J ORANGE AND LEMON $10 per Acre and Cheap Transporta* tion to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Huesteca Valley on water transportation of the Panuca Kiver to Tampico. the rapidly growing part of Mexico. Regular steamboat service to and from property. In the La Bolsa 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 w TAMPICO, MEXICO V • • Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. NOV. a», n World's Tuni|icriiM<!<5 Kiiiiduy Jsiiiiili x.xviii -.1-1:!. •MI Text h(!C]i uiiilci my i ; (!• -Why doOH >i mini who IIHH licl'dHia judge 1 under tho Millimuu) of drink? Is H Kciiunil w Ii" drinks ;i snfo man Id whdtn Id l.ru.sl, mi (ii'inv? his bod.v, Mid liriiiK il. into sulijcc.l i.m. 1 Or, i.x :'-!". I world''*" 1 IiiHinrA',' ",',','!.ywl^T., '"when '|'^ |"' v 1 "'"" it " >(1 '" fining drink luis IICCM u l>li)s,sin^'? , '' " s " '' IH it. ,.L all passible tor a people, („ I Vl ''' H " 7 " H " (!I " H hl th " (l "- v ' Ul '" in..cln.-i, \vi.m and strniiK drink in." 1 " "l"'«'*t> >»ul Ilio pf'1'liH ,-, and l,o a sol,.-..- ponpler trml hl v ' Hi "" " Il(1 Hl ""' 1 ' 1 " 1 '" .!"<>«- Your Winter Trip East SHOULD JiE VIA The Sunset Route New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well Pump Mead OF TI-JK ment, thn.uuh Hlrcnu drink-;" have Verse 1 lliinii whom did t.he prop ' y ,, ,, v(1| . |,,, lin | o f s iniilar thiiiKs hot sny the "w.io" of the dntnkaid i,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,^ | n (|,i H ,| ay y would ooine? X'cr.sc H DtwHIji- |)n> imiiilit Inn nt Can 11 mini, im mutter Imw licnnti ' | [iin«s in a ruoni .Vtcr a wine him fill, (if licit, or clever, relain his <li|( ,,_ ]),, H crihi' Hie home nl' a drunk- altraclidtis il lie lumpers with strong „,.,[ I Versj !>- Why is it HO diltlrul t t.. Upon whom does the cnrso of (,„,,„,., ,„.„,,( j (Ul | knowledge to Urn stroii« drink nhiefly fall lodayr j ponplo on thi> nnmititfaled evil.s of What proportion of women who the drink hahitf What [iroport ion drink, stop short of lieeominu drunk- of I ho votus are now in fin or _of the ' a i ( | s v total of th<> iiianiil'iiclnre ! and sale of strong drink ut- a hevni-- Verse "2 Thron^li their drnnhen (V i-SK, tho peopltt of lOphraini, \vuro i soon ctsplnrod and carried into cap- VnrH« 10 In what, consists our tivity, by tho kin« «>f Assyilu, but chief hopo for tlu< HuppreHsiuu of tliu wind am tin- enemies today \vhidi rava«(iH of thi> drink halilt? .This briiiK "woe" In tlioso \sliu ale drunk (|Ut'Htini) must bo answered in writing jii-ds? KV iuemb(M-s (if tho club). What are the evils which K nu.der J \'ers« 11 In what way is (iod t..- ate drinker has l.i leiu'r 1 ; day so Imnlly ^nu'laiiiiinn tli« evils , , . , ' of strung drink? Is it pnssible for a natt.m .<! lirink- { i-r.s to I'urinanrnily |H-(is|i.!i-? j Verses 1'J 1 :i U'ho'i pen|,|e ai n s.i , . . , ' oftoii wiiriK'd, and \>ill iml lake tin* Vers<! .'t How III-K I he dnnkei's ot . .. . ., waiiil."i,', uliid ^eti-rally is tin- i e suit.' i;ii(-'s tdrliiy, eilhiM- lili-iall.v >u' Ii i-l.v, ' 'troddrii under : ndt? ,, , . l.essun tin- Sunday. De.v titii, I'.'Of Veise I The valley of I'.pliiaiiu . . ',... . - Suldlilull I hoiiscs \\ Is.lulll uas \'o:-y rich ami prodiu'llvc, lint •-.. ,- l.i'Ciiiue as a "1'adiiin Ih'Wcr, " Ilii'dii^li drink; wlial hecdiiii's <if the ti-rlile tanii 1 - in this (vmntr.v »liich are cul I i\ 'iicd liy ilrunkai'iN'.' ; Tu tin- Min-Uh.ildiTs of \\\c i'>>s-tu.i ilciw luiiu d.ii'i il taku tor -,tiiint; i'i(, u -, .\.-,^.n'i;i\i..o- diink In coiisumi) the "uloiidU-. I'U-.i-i !,ik<- MI.II.-.• Ilial .iinni.il IIH-I-I- ill,.-:- a II.HII ..ra «i)ii.an'r '»« "" " ll> »'"' ^b.-UIci^ -I >l"' 1 '" VII'..! I IIM.-. .\«.>'u'l.(UOU V. 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