Sentinel News-Boy. (Sentinel, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 27, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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NEWSPAPER BARGAIN OFFER.
BRIGANDAGE UNDER THE TURK
Circassians the Greatest Offenders In
Regarding the brigands of Asia
Minor, the London Times says: "The
great majority of the brigands are
Circassian immigrants from the Cau-
casus, and travele-s are generally safe
frooj attack if they are under the pro-
tection of a ireir.ber of the brother-
hood. The or'g nal Turkish, as well
ps the Christ en. population of Ana-
tolia is remarkably peaceable on the
w'lole, and tte lawless element Js al-
most entire' y composed of muha-
jiras, or Mussulman refugees from
Ifcbds .which were once part of the
Ottoman empire, but have now fallen
under Christian rule. The Circas-
sians are the greatest sinners and
seem to make their lfving mainly by
brigandage and tobacco smuggling.
Some of them get engaged as village
guards or escorts to travelers, and a
few even enter the gendarmerie, but
only. It would appear, when they are
tired of a more adventurous life. As
gendarmea they are said to be very
efficient, although they are. of course,
a little inclined to look the other way
when any of their o'd friends are out
The weakest among us has a gift,
however seemingly trivial, which is pe-
ctliar to him and which, worthily used,
will be a gift also to his race.—Ruskin.
Kindness Is catching, and if you go
around with a thoroughly developed
case, your neighbors will be sure to to
get it. Be kind one to another. Ex.
The Daily Oklahoman is again making
a splendid Christmas offer to both old
and new subscribers. This year it has
cut the regular price of $4.00 for a
year's subscription to only $3,25«
iu addition is giving free, a handsome,
up-to-date wall map of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory, with the world and
the United States on the other side.
The map is entirely new, having been
prepared during the past three months,
and printed especially for the DAILY
OKLAHO AN. It is beautifully col-
ored and enameled, is finely mounted
and gives the present population and
the location of every town m both Ter-
ritories. It is the only map showing
all the railroads which have been built,
or are now being built in ^OTtor-
ies. It is designed to be the first New
State" map of Oklahoma, and is un-
doubtedly the most complete and correct
that has yet been published.
New and old subscribers must send
$3.25 for a full year s subscription, or
£2.00 for six months and in either case,
the map will be sent free as a special
Notice to Democrats.
The democratic voters of all precincts
not having a resident committeeman
are hereby called to meet at their re-
spective voting places on January 27.
I906, to select a committeman to serve
until the regular primary election.
The countv Central Committee is also
called to meet at the County Chair-
man's office in Cordell on February 3,
i9o6 for the purpose of electing a
chairman and for the transaction to
other regular business. .
C. T. Murrell. Chairman.
R. B. Wells, Sec.
A Missing Egg Found.
Dave Wallace, who lives north of
Mess and wbo «« b«
to tell the truth, says his little boy
killed a gopher snake near the house
and upon investigation found a china
egg inside the snake. Dave states his
folks have been missingeggs 1but
could not locate the cause, but this no
loubt solves the mystery.—Phoenix
Too tick to 8ss the Doctor.
A few years ago a man was sent
from Dalton to a x<elgh boring village,
a distance of about nine miles, for a
doctor, says the Boston Herald. It
was in the middle of the night, and
the doctor harnessed up his horse and
drove over the rough, dark roads to
the sick man's house.
What was his chsgrin when, on
reaching the house, a man's voice
came from one of the upstairs rooms,
saying: "Doctor, this man Is too sick
to see you to-night; youH have to
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Reports of the*Cotton and Grain
Market* of the Country.
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Wsalth of Unitsd Ststes.
Half a century ago the wealth of
the United States was estimated at a
little more than $7,000,000,000. At the
present time it la placed at $110,000,.
000,000. During this half century ths
population of the country multiplied
by less than three and one-half, while
the wealth multiplied by a little more
than thirteen. During this period
every person's share in the total
wealth w£fc multiplied by four.
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Later on, when they discover that they
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R, B. GOAR
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Hornbeck, Will W. Sentinel News-Boy. (Sentinel, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 27, 1906, newspaper, January 27, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc181107/m1/5/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.