Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 30, 1909 · Page 2
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 2

Covina, California
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Saturday, January 30, 1909
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w ORANGE AND LEMON $ 10 per Acre and Cheap Transportation to Eastern Markets. Situated in the famous Ilucsteza Valley on water transportation of the Panuca River to Tampico, the rapidly growing- part ofJMexico. Regular steamboat service to and from property. In the La Uolsa Colony, consisting of 20,000 acres. A townsite has been laid out and tracts of 5 acres adjofalng al S125 to $135 each, and also subdivisions of fifty acres each at Sin per acre. Terms, one-third cash and balance in 6 months and ') mo.; 8 per cent on deferredjpayments. Discount given on tracts of 500 acres and up. Fine lumting and fishing. For further particulars apply to '.?-, w * 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. JAN. 31, 1009. Tbo Trial of Peter and John—Ants Guidon Text,—They wore all tilled with the Holy Spirit, and tlioy apako tbo word of God with boldness.—AotH Verses !-',]-- Why did those* priests, ! \vho were (.iod's appointoos for carry- ' now what do iheno two statements Wbat docs tbo expression "iu tbo name of Josus, " signify? Wbat would have liapiioned if tbo JOWH had aewoptod Josus? Verses 11-12—These* vei-ness state* that JOHIIH IH Urn nhiuf Htoao lit tlm C'hi'iHlian Tomplo, and lliu only whom salvation mm >>o had; on hl.H ohuroh, oppono Peter and .mean? John, they were in tlm mmm VCISCN 1 1!- 1 •!• What, i;< (ho yroat •Horvioo? (This question must bo an • Hworeid In writing by members of tbo (dnb). Are profeHsioiiiil teachers of leli^ion naturally jealmiH, when olhern heniii | Verses 11)-'J'JI I Ian any man today. evidwma that Christianity in true? Verse.'s 15-1H l)o some leaders st i U c.iminil, tlm snieidnal tolly, nl liein^ >t the truth? Assessment Notice. Columbia Laud and "Water Company, principal place of business, C'ovina, Rowland Township, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Notice is hereby given that nt a meeting of the directors, bold on tbo eleventh day of January, 1909, an assessment of 400 oeuta per share was levied upon tbo capital stock of the above named corporation, payable immediately to the secretary, at the olllc.o of tlm company at Oovina, County of Los Angeles, State of California. Any stock upon uhieh this assessment shall lemain unpaid on thoj^?*J Hth day of February, 1!K)!), will he f delinquent mid advertised fort-ale at * KILL™. COUCH CClRfi TO* LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FORCSSS! 18 ,.^.. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDED. to toattli, and arc making it a MIUIHDHH? , a'll hm il.y In liind Ihe raniHi'ii'iw of ] puline and ion, and unlesH payment Have, priests anil preimliern in the any other man? past, liciiti tpimk. or slow, to see (Jod's Whal is the authority In whieh men new revelaliniiH of truth, whether in should always yield Implicit, ohedi- .seienee nr theology? Howell & Ho we 1 1 BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome $5OOO TO LOAN in sums of $500.00 up on clear improved real estate at 7 per cent up for one to 4 years privilege to pay $500.00 at any interest paying date or all at any time without bonus. I buy trust deeds, mortgages and contracts for deeds. At 130 East Puente St. except Mondays and Thursdays. Phone 194. OSCAR MILLER. LEE'S EGG MAKER SUCCESSFUL ^~ SEND FOR FREE CATA|LOUU| * POULTRY RAISERS USE Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure—50c Postpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. 534 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES Sec P. E. DOUGHTY for COVINA, CAL. made helnre, will ho wold ' on the[(|$ 7lh day of Mmrh, 11IUH, al U o'oloek j /;„• in tlm afternoon. at the ollire of thulffffl FKKKIf RVI5RY DAY AT 1C two pci.-ons are really mm \vilh i low can ". e I el1 «v|iel her oui I eaeh • .\ H, Stale of California, to pay ! A' Phone 2188 What mail nil the 1'ri y pi-rseeuti' one rs are rinhl l| r mit tlm ediiem inn , ,f insl riicl ion id' • the Unman ('iitholies I Im ('hri.'d Ian? i See John .\ i v : Hi, | leMaids? < Calvin, the Apostle of lln-> Jesil.-' antlmrily eoaeern ing Urn (he delinquent assessment, together |\^ with the cn-.| of advertising and ex- ! £/! peiir-e i 11 .MI le. .1. II. .\1.\TT11K\VS, Seerelary. Cuina, ('al., January 1 1, IIIOH. I. N. WILSON The Blacksmith , JrJ> . »,"vi \Vitli the most skillful mechanics and the best equipment we can :j^ \\itKonihroHfrii vrviiey <uuiy. bj | ,j o your work \ n the most workmanlike and best manner in shorter Cake and Confectionery Li ' -- n for Sunday, Fed. 7, ) Idi'.i, ; >: Tl tie Mill I I' a l.-e I !l . I I: el I In. d. A I't .-J \ f i \ :: I _ t o v:1 1. /* . *. hnrninu' of Holy Spirit e\ er I i-m .-.nper^eded? ^'ervi'ln-,? Verse.'i 'J.'l Ml When we ..ley I iml Sh.iiild a 'linei'i-e ma'i evn 1 he pun dn \\e always ha\e to rej.dre over a i.-hed, m ('.'-ii lilami'd, for a wn.iin t m( . \iel.ii.\.' opinion. What in the in-.pii al i"ii, nt prevail ! * !•- it I" -il'le '"i-a lover ,.| tinth | „,,,,,,,,,.,- and MUV,-,, in llie eaie,,'j* t.i rraeh I I: e i:nal. with.ail pav-dni.; (| j ,;,,,!. ! * t hrough --nine en m';' . . • *• \'er--e I llnw ii- il thai ,-..inr a.' eept, and -inme rejiel eisintial -.pirit mil t Mil h i al I tin '•ume e\ idi ner : Vel -i•'- .' '. 'i V ' hy Ua-, il t lial I lie-,. I nh-i -. did II"! I i'i-oi;n i/e Je-ai>, a , I he t-enl ol I ind'.' i . .-•- ildi- I I al I In-.-i- i : l ie-ls, ill I,, .1 \ . - I ,. .s A n .• t heir heal I • , l.i-l ie\ • d I |;al 1 'el er and : : • n a. in. * '*'• i: :uld at a rc:isonal)!i; to you - -f; *• ^ *• * * \Yr al:-A) carry a line of : Jshnssn & Ni BL_A ITI""! ^ 'Farm Implements, Wagons, Eta :ul( ^ '' - vmi ' ire t -' 1 ' n ' c ' 11 ^ °f pur^'htisino; a vehicle Oi any kind we in- i vile you to call and look over our line and talk the matter over. We !i w '" guarantee you a square deal and save you a few dollars besides. I or 1 : .!LL ti u Cars. i ,.,,,,,. i. •, Vei -M' K \\ ^a\ i Mich .'.' \VI,at i-. i! t" I:.' lilli d v. iili i he Holy S | i i i i ': is a lill.d viih ihi- llid\ Sjdril. al'Aa>- l.iave'' \Va-, I'eler . -.-p.'i-ia I ly lilted v. ill, Ihr Holy Spiiil, '.i llii-i in'eiisinii, .a \>a-. lie im'.\ a|i\a\s tilled ^\ i t II him'." It a Indav ri-i'i.^ai/es the llnly Spirit in him, and .•:., ae!*--, i-, i,r al ways illKd \\illi llie ll.'ly Spiril'r Vi r-i-s 11 in II. w s\as tiie imp"ti l.t man made \\lmli;'.' Shop on Citrus Ave Blacksmithing sf all Kinds W 1 >i' \. it .11 \va \ .•» I 1 , a Ye in Ha ''i!e p.i[ier liamly \vlti-n \.'-a \>. i ^li t.' \\ rite .' 1 In y ' 'H K I;. >v- >ve i an furnish \ ..a \^ itli tin. \ er v l>v-t ' -t \'. i : t ini; p.i (ie and en veli 'p-.'s, m at 1 y pri nU \\ n !'. y i ur n.: me . -r tlu- 11.1 m i't y-ai raiK'li, pl.t ilenee .mil i;.iti l.n I A Horrible Mold-Up. -^ " A I) ait t.'ii \ v'.ii'M a L: ' m v In', it'ner \\ :t -, ••$ "held up" in ill ^ \' i: k . healtli ai:d h ap ^ uiiu----> !i \ u ii.i I \\ 1 1 Peitrlok H. Cement Pipe flan uf act urer ALL SIZLiS AND IN ANY QUANTITY K-itimaU's furr.i^lu.'d.— -- All \vi;rk yuaraulued. A 8 cnt for KANSAS CEMEMT I.arj4~e or Miiall quantities. Yards, A/:u>a Avenue, ju->t north of San IJernardino Koad •". <l ll - m - .•unit). - d \\'.is'nin * alt Kim:-, ot ren * fl'nlll ie\ i!. i * til! lie il-.ed |)r. Kniu'.-, New ^ ilii'.l \\-a> \\ii.'ll\ ,'utvd d\ * H-- i> a w < K man lo-da v.' rites \V. K. L\\>-,- 'l\'!f|illi'llr, llotllo .>^4'l Address, Covina X. C. "He anil ircat mi-lit Imttle.s. Are You Going to Build? : * 1.' so, it 'A'ili jiav \'oii to let m-.: ti^'iiri.' with you. First class eorre.Np. •mU-ii. v- ht: -.;:u --.'.ilvt * r.-lieve aini ti'.e .-aire.M cure t. r; . r wot'k. JiFUXS rit;llt. Si:'1st UCtlDtl guaranteed, eniivenient. * -,'Te 1 UP - >. 1 !em ; aThaK.;-. ^-^Mi > and ' _ * v „-,.,. M,,,,,,,!,,;, A, t ,,:,i., M ft Folsoill, Contractor and Builder AK.,r>, I>KINTI-:KS * T-l.oo. 1 ri,.i b.'ttlu ti'i-c. ******»*+******•**•* >•'• I''- ^'i.'pp- riiune :i4 COVINA, CAL.

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