By 1895, C.H. Allen took over for Hunter as editor and publisher and issued the newspaper every Friday. The paper contained four pages measuring at 17 by 24 inches and cost $1.50 each year for a subscription.

In 1900, the Royer Brothers became the editors and publishers and changed the paper’s size to 15 by 22 and increased to eight pages and were independent politically. Seven years later, The Okarche Times cost $1.00 for a yearly subscription and catered to 750 patrons. The newspaper ceased in 1942.

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The Okarche Times in The Gateway to Oklahoma History. Oklahoma Historical Society. https://gateway.okhistory.org/explore/collections/OKARCHET/ accessed December 5, 2023.

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