The Chandler Publicist began publication in 1894 as a weekly newspaper. Mrs. W. H. French published and edited the paper, which consisted of 8 pages at $1.00 per year. This official paper of Lincoln County supported the People’s Party and prohibition.
The Cheyenne Transporter was published in Darlington, near present day El Reno. The Cheyenne-Arapaho Agency printed the first issue on December 5, 1879. The paper was the first published in what became Oklahoma Territory and one of the few publications ever issued at an Indian agency.
A continuation of the earlier newspaper the People's Voice, the Cleveland County Enterprise published weekly until 1917, when it became the weekly edition of the Daily Transcript. John S. Allen originally operated the paper.
The Democratic-leaning The Cordell Beacon began publication in 1909 on a weekly basis by the Beacon Publishing Company. The eight-page, six-column newspaper that was the official county newspaper for Washita County.
The Curtis Courier was started by C. D. Baxter and Son in 1901. Independent in politics, the Courier was published Thursdays, and in 1907 Baxter reported a circulation of 600. The Curtis Courier ended its circulation in 1927.
Starting in 1906, the Green Print Company published The Cushing Democrat on a weekly basis. The tabloid lasted until 1912 when it converted to The Cushing Citizen. The Citizen favored Republican politics.