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Beaver County Democrat

Beaver County Democrat

The Beaver County Democrat was published from 1906 until 1912 by Beaver Publishing Company. It was published on a weekly basis, every Thursday. The Beaver County Democrat was succeeded by the Forgan Enterprise [LCCN sn 93066072]. It claimed to be the only democratic newspaper in Beaver County, and proudly printed that on each title page of each issue. Fred C. Tracy and W.H. Willrcue served as editors. A subscription for one year of the paper was one dollar in advance and fifty cents for six months

Beaver County Republican

Beaver County Republican

The Oklahoma Historical Society presents the Beaver County Republican, a weekly newspaper published in Beaver, Ecter, and Plainview in Oklahoma's panhandle. The paper was published from 1906 to 1918 by H. W. Hill. It features local, state, and national news along with advertising.

Beaver Herald

Beaver Herald

The fluidity and dynamism of the Oklahoma Territory is mirrored by the history of the Beaver Herald, the state's oldest weekly newspaper. The town of Beaver is located in an area once known as the Beaver Strip, No Man's Land, or Cimarron Territory.

Bixby Bulletin

Bixby Bulletin

The Bixby Bulletin was first published in 1905 every Friday in Bixby, Indian Territory. The publishing company Tyler and Stuckey owned the paper with the motto “Equal Rights to all; Special Privileges to None.”

Branding Iron (Atoka, Okla.)

Branding Iron (Atoka, Okla.)

The Branding Iron was printed weekly as the official organ of the Choctaw Nation with the motto “Devoted to Indian and Stock News.” Because a title plate failed to arrive before publication, the Branding Iron debuted nameless on February 23, 1884, in Atoka, Choctaw Nation.

Our Brother in Red

Our Brother in Red

Our Brother in Red was an Indian and religious newspaper. The motto read “Christian Education the Hope of the Indian.” An alternative title to Our Brother in Red was Indian Methodist. It was published in Muskogee, Indian Territory, Oklahoma beginning in 1882. It was also published in Ardmore, Oklahoma in 1897 and in McAlester, Oklahoma in 1898.