Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, May 13, 1902, Image 2

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2 Kendal Montana, May 13, 1902. KNOWS HIS BIBLE WELL. Veteran Maryland Blacksmith Mae Mead the Good Book Through 117 Theme. Ambrose S. Ottey, of Cecil county, who is a veteran blacksmith, 33 years ago began a systematic reading of the Bible, and has succeeded in arrang- ing an odd classification of its con- tents, says an Elton (Md.) correspond- ence of the Baltimore American. Aft- er reading through the Holy Book 117 times he knows how many times cer- tain words and letters appear; how many chapters and verses there are; names that spell the same both ways; peculiar passages of Scripture; the middle book, chapter, verse and line, and other facts. He says if you want to read the Bible through in a year you can do so in an interesting and in- structive manner by reading three chapters every week day and five on Sunday. Or read two in the Old and one in the New Testament every week day and six in the Old and four in the New Testament every Sabbath, and you , will then have read the Old Testa- ment once and the New twe-z.i:n the year. ire has computed The verses commencing with the various letters of the alphabet. as follows: A, 12,638; b, 2.211; v.183; d. 177; e, 207; f, 1.797; g, 200; h. 1.164; i, 1,449; j, 158; k, 65; 1, 411; m, 437; n, 961; o, 592; p, 149; q, 4; r, 127; s. 1,088; t, 5,286; u, 83; v, 37; w, 1,396; x. none; y, 356; z, 17. He has ascertained that the Bible con- tains 1,189 chapters, 31,198 verses, 773,- 697 words and 3.566,480 letters. FRENCH MAIDS TO THE FORE. Dome in the \Four Hundred\ Pro - moans , * Their \Gni Monalear,\ with an Irish Ailment. Who set the fashion is not set down in the annals of the \four hundred,\ but the dainty French maid is displac- ing the pompous butler and the dapper footman as the guardian of the portals of the mansions ot the wealthy a:ong Fifth avenue and on the upper West side. The stranger in uppertendum, un- familiar with its ways. is no longer per- plexed by his ring at the front door- bell being answered by an important. looking man in evening clothes and he is not embarrassed by mistaking man for master. for the door is opt ned by a neat li;tle maid in black. a tiny :ace cap perched on her head and a dainty litt:e apron marking her status in the house. \Is Mr. Brown in?\ aslo the caller. \Oui. monsieurgis the reply, not in- frequentlY - • with a Hibernian twang, and she takes the visitor's card with pretty eract and Hits away with It. Within the 'act few months, seteis, the New York Times. the \French has supplanted the man servant in quite a number of house• of the fash- ionable set. FLANNEL SUIT Ob A KM Lost All lier Feathers Cold Weather and Was Provided with novel Covering. An old hen belonging to Mrs. M. A. Stormont began laying late in the fall, and was so persistent that she la,id 26 eg7s before she concluded to stop. During all this time she had .neglectee her mou'ting, and when she finally got ready to shed her feathers it was in the middle of winter, hut the old ones had lost their life and were dry and harsh, eorsequently there was no other way but to make the change. In a short time she was almost bare and suffering from the cold, relates the Kirkwood (ill.) Leader. The Misses Stormont, seeing her predicament and appreciating the value of her service rendered, deter- mined to come to her rescue. They accordingly took the old hen into the house, took her measurements, made her a suit of flannels to fit, and then released her. Her ladyship took the matter, very philosophically, and hustled off to her companions, appar- ently very comfortable in her new suit. Judith Bashi Bank Lewistown, Mont. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana. Paid=Up Capital $75,000 Surplus and Profits $20,000 HERMaN , ITTEN, President. E DAVID HILGR, Vice, -President. GEORGE J. BACH, Cashier. W. B. MINER, Asset Cashier DIRECTORS: Herman Otten, Louis Landt, - David Bulger, Matthew Gunton, H.Hodgson, John Lana, H.M. McCauley, W B. Miner, George J. Bach. A general banking business transacted including the purchase and sale of State and County Warrants. and Bounty Certificates the selling of exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe; the transfering of money by telegraph. Careful attention given to collections, and the safe keeping of valuable papers. We Pay Interest on Time Deposits Kendall Stage Co. Operating Between Kendall and Lewistown -------- Leave Lewistown Daily, except Sunday, at 9 a. m., reaching Ken- dall at 11:34) a. m. Leave Kendall Daily, except Sunday, at 3 p. m., arriving at Lewistown at 6 p. 171. FOUR HORSE COACHES Ample Accotnntodations Extra accommodations fit,* litiggoge of commercial travelers. H. SMITH Agent at Kendall Judith Inland Transportation Co. Operating Concord Coaches Between Lewistown and the Railroads. FR GREAT FALL:. : Leave Lewistown at 7 a. ni., rea , hing Great falls follow lug morning. FOR HARLOW1ON Leave Lewistown at II n. m., Sunday excepted, making close connection with railroad. FORT BENTON ROUTE: Coaches leave terminals Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Ear Close connection with trains, and stages for Kendall. .1. L. MEARS, Proprieto.. Kendall Chronicle $2.00 a Year Job Printing neatly done at the The Cook Interest IN THE TOWN SITE OF _ KENDALL IS NOW ON THE MARKET Consisting of ONE THOUSAND LOTS Which Will Be Offered to the Public at the Company Office in the Town of Kendall, Mont., City of Spokane, Wash., and the City of Great Falls, Mont. Lots from $30 to $1,000 John Jackson, Jr., Agent. KENDALL Is the Coming Big Mining Camp of Montana 4 CHRONICLE

Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.), 13 May 1902, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.