Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. April 25, 1909. Acts xl:10- wore Antioch. The CrOHpnl in Antloen 30; xi!:2r,, Golden Text— The called Christians first in Acts xi:20. Verses 19-20 — Who wero they that. were "scattered abroad?" Had t.hesf? men miy authority from the church to preach? <Hc.<: Af;t.H vlil:4.) FH it (.lie duty of nvery Christian to prencli Christ, -whether or not lie has Jieen appointed liy the Church to do so? In it nossihle to enjoy the fullness of find's love, and never Hay a word about It? Arc; Kood people liable to narrow In their views? Are persecutions and all sarts of trouble, always helpful to the Children of Cod? Some of these disciples seem to have been narrow, and preached to .lews only; others beliu; broader, preached U) the Creeks also, what made the difference In these men? Which Is the KI eater power to broaden our views, and make UH love everybody; our environment, or sinking deeper and risiisK hiKher !n the love of Cod? Verse 21 Whether a man is narrow or broad, if he only preaches ,lesus, will Cod use him to extend his kingdom? Are any efforts to extend the kingdom of Cod ever in vain? Verse L'2 ..... Did the news that Anl.i- och had received the word of God give the church at Jerusalem joy or sorrow? What news Is the most joyous either to an Individual Christian, or to the Church? \ What was the purpose of sending ] Barnabas? Verses 23-24—What sort, of a. man was Karnabas? Is It necessary, or not, to be filled with the Holy Ghost, in order to make converts, or to comfort the children of Cod, and are the results always | attained in the ministry of a man ' filled witli the Holy Ghost? J Do you exhort one another as much j a:i we should, to "cleave unto the ! Lord?" , | Are half-hearted people well ideas- Ing to Cod? Verses 25-2C Why did Uarnabas start off to Tarsus to seek Haul? Does it often happen that two holy men can do much more together, than they could do working apart? Where were the disciples of Jesus first called Christians? What had Christ's followers been caled previous to being called Christians? Verses 27-28—Fs the gift of prophecy, that Is telling future events, given to any person today? Verses 2!)-.'!0—Should the church of Christ today be a practical brotherhood, caring for one another, and helping each other financially, and In every other way, as the needmay be? .Should not the church be doing for Its members the work now being done by fraternal societies? Chapter xll:25--Marnabaa arid Saul took the contributions from Antioch up to Jerusalem to relieve the need there, and then returned; was it Just as noble work as If t'nek had been up there preaching? Lesson for Sunday, May 2nd, I00!l. raul'ti First Missionary Journey.— Cyprus. Acts xlil: I-12. -FOR— Groceries, Vegetables, Berries, Fruit, and Crockery —COME TO— HORNE'S GROCERY QUICK SERVICE BEST GOODS — REASONABLE PRICES. Phone 43 The Man Who Receives $12 a Week for his services may not be able to get a raise in salary just at percent, but he can make an effort to save a little from his weekly pay. One Dollar will open a Savings Account at this bank and additional sums may be deposited from time to time. This plan has started many wage earners on the road to a competence. Why not you? The Covina National Bank Capital $50.000 High School League. The second season of the Suburban High School ttaseball League opened last Saturday, and all Indications point to a series of good ball games. Eight high schools are in the organization: Compton, Glendale, Monrovia, Downey, Bonlta, A'/.usa, 101 Monte and Covina. A series of seven games are to be plnyed, the season closing May 29. Then the school having the highest percentage of games won will bo awarded the championship. Covina plays four games of the series at home. Last Saturday's game with J'ioriltu on the local diamond resulted In a. victory for the homo boys. Today, April 24, Clendalo appears here. May 15 A*/. UK a Is scheduled. Athletic Club Meetings. At the meeting of the members of the Covina Christian Culture and Athletic C,lub, held last Tuesday evening, thorn was a'good atomhuico, and all expressed their desire to push forward the work of the club. Another meeting is called for tills coming Tuesday evening, when a social or entertainment of some sort will be arranged for the benefit of the club. All members are re(|iiet;tcd to be present. II Is also urged that , all in arrears on dues pay the secre- j tary at an early date. Land of Nippon. A siereopiieon lecture on Japan and l.he Orient, will be- delivered by A. I'. Grllllth of A/usa at the Glen- ilora opera lioumt Ililn evening. Air. Griflllh lias arranged a very iiitercnt- ing discourse, and delivers it under I lie auspices of the (ileiulora Hoard of Trade. The board has placed tlio prices at 2T> cents for adults and 10 cents for children. AUCTION 90 MULES 4 YEARS OLD. Broken and Unbroken. All raised in Southern California, on the Klgglns Ranch. The 'BEST lot of YOUNG MULES to bo found anywhere. MAR WELL BRED STEEL DUST MARES C'louu limbed and good actors I! to 7 years old. 25 Fine Percheron COLTS 2 years old IN' TllH S STATK OI' A r.U-ilb'OKNIA, IN AND KOK TIIK OOlUNTV Ol' 1 l.HS ANCKLKS. NOTH'K 'I') CKKIUTOKS. KsluUi nt F.lmiia Lynn, <lt'iH>asi>(l. Nutidn in lii'i't'liy ^ivun liy tln> limllTsililHid CXl'l'llti.T id' till' I'tjtllU* (if Aim i ru Lynn, dcffuicd, lu llm iTi'dit • <n.s uf and nil IUJI-MIIMS having i-laiuiH HHIlillsl tilt' llt'l'l'HiiUll, 111 f.\llil)it tllt< halm* \vilh tin' iHM'i'hMiry vmii'lirrs, within four numllis after tlu> fhhl publii'Hl iun ul I hits iiiiluv, tu tin* biiid I'M-cutor uf lln 1 uli'ivi- iniiiioil i-,ialt', a! tin- law nllliM! <il A. M. J'umv, Ituiiius 7 and -S, iici «t tjuildin^, I'u \inii, (.'uiiiilN uf I.IIM An^ulfs, Slulf of Ciilitnriiiu, which i/hn-t' is hci't^iy dl -iij_'liillt'il ii 1 ! I lio pl.ii'r "I irf P aiil eshilo. l);ili-,i ihi-i Itl.it ,iay r. WAI;: ,;l al.ac-, alliirin-v I' March, KK, iiil * st'ile. I in 1 MI ill liuljlieuliuii Apr. I!, l!IO'.i. 5t on the Rigging Ranch, formerly the Hollenbeck Ranch, one and a half miles southeast of Covina. First house to the left on the Covina-Pomona road goinc; through the hills from Covina. Take Covina Electric cars leaving Huntlngton depot, 6th and Main, at 7:05 a. m. or 8:10 a.m. to end of line. Teams In waiting. Southern Pacific trains from Ontario, Cliino, Pomona and other points along the line will be met with conveyances at the S. P. Covina depot. Tuesday, April 27 at 10 o'clock a. m., sharp The ranch having been disposed of for other purposes this stock must and will be sold to the highest bidders on above date. Positively no limit or reserve. Contractors Ranchers, Liverymen, Dealers and other buyers should not miss tills sale as it is undoubtedly the best and cleanest lot of young stock ever offered in Southern California. The above stock can remain on the pasture without cost until May 1st if desired. .Remember this is all raised in Southern California. Nu danger from acclimating. Free lunch at noon. Don't Hiss this Genuine Closing Out Sale Terms: On cash basis on approved notes can be arranged on day of sale. J. W. RIGGINS, Owner RHOADliS & KMOADH5, Auctioneers Cilice 83083.2 South Mam St. Phones: F-12b9: Main 1250 AN EASTERN TRIP SALT LAKE ROUTE Is one of comfort and pleasure. 'Tis the Short Line from Southern California via Salt Lake City, with beautiful scenic features and excellent train service. In addition to the famous LOS ANGELES LIMITED, carry- inp both standard and tourist sleepers through to Chicago in Three Day, the Overland Express carries THROUGH SLEEPING CARS TO CHICAGO ST. LOUIS ST. PAUL and many other points via various routes East of Salt Lake City. Your patronage will be appreciated, and full particulars of rates, trains, etc., may be had from Salt Lake Route Agent at F*omona Covlna Livery Stables J. J. FitzGerald, Proprietor Special Rates to Travelling Men Horses Bought, Sold and Exchanged Home Phone 30 Res. Phone 1024 Rich Delta Land in Kings County $45 per Acre We have for sale in tract to suit purchaser 640 acres of rich delta land near Tulare Lake. Soil is deep sedimentary deposit, best in the world for alfalfa' which grows to perfection here. Land is subirrigated. Alfalfa land in vicinity produces $40 to $50 per acre without irrigation. Only 3 miles from growing town and million dollar beet sugar factory. Near one of the largest and most successful Jersey farms in the state. If you want to buy rich land at a price which insures handsome returns, investigate this proposition. J. H. flatthews REAL ESTATE New Pomona Double Plunger Deep Well Pump Head 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 i jar, and no danger of breaking the pump rods. Be sure and \vrite for our big catalogue. Watch this space for further information, Pomona Manufacturing Co. Pomona, California Covina Orange Groves \Vc have a larye clientage buying good <>ran<re groves. If you want a ijuick sale, h-^t your strove with us. "IT i'.vv^ TO >i-:v. is" EDWARDS & WILDEY CO. 2.^2 Laughliii liicl.^.. Los Angeles I). \V. McIK>na:d. Covina representative Hume phuiie 12'^S, C-jvina •if-.
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