About the Newspaper

The New State measured 11 by 16 inches and spanned eight two-to-four-column pages.

A.R. Johnson served as editor and Jolly-Johnson Printing Company published it weekly on Fridays. Geographic coverage included Haileyville in Pittsburg County and subscription cost $1.00 per year. Publication ceased in 1909.

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