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The daily democrat. [volume] : (Anadarko, Okla.) 191?-1915
Alternative Titles:
  • Anadarko daily democrat
Place of publication:
Anadarko, Okla.
Geographic coverage:
  • Anadarko, Caddo, Oklahoma  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Democrat Pub. Co.
Dates of publication:
  • Ceased in June 1915.
Daily (except Sun.)
  • English
  • Anadarko (Okla.)--Newspapers.
  • Caddo County (Okla.)--Newspapers.
  • Oklahoma--Anadarko.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01221651
  • Oklahoma--Caddo County.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01223117
  • Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
  • Vol. 13, no. 169 (Sep. 1, 1914).
  • Vol. XIII, no.. 340 (June 2, 1915);, viewed July 15, 2020.
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Anadarko Daily Democrat

The Anadarko Daily Democrat debuted in Anadarko, Oklahoma Territory, on September 30, 1901, with Preston P. Shaw and Russell Monroe listed as publishers. The newspaper was issued daily except Sundays. It was 15 X 22 inches with eight pages of six columns. Always called “The Official Paper of Anadarko,” the Democrat changed names and publishers several times in its 14- year life span.

The October 26, 1901 edition listed Shaw and Hill as publishers, with Shaw acting as editor and J. A. Hill business manager. The paper decreased in size to 13 X 20 inches, with eight pages and five columns, and was issued for $4.50 annually. By November 21 of the same year, Shaw was the sole proprietor. No changes were made until February 1902 when Shaw increased the paper to its original size of 15 X 22 inches, and J. D. Blankenship took over as manager. Shaw continued as editor until Blankenship took over the entire operation in October 1902.

By October 18, 1904, Thomas Kearse and W.K. Thomas ran the newspaper. Due to missing issues, it is unknown exactly when Herndon Bros. Publishers took over the publication of the Democrat, but it happened between September 11, 1905, and January 21, 1907. Also during this time frame, the paper’s name was shortened to the Daily Democrat. It continued to publish every day except Sundays. By the time of Oklahoma statehood in 1907, the Democrat had a circulation of 475 with an advertised subscription price of $4.00 per year.

On November 20, 1908, the Democrat (Vol. 7, No. 255) appeared once again as the Anadarko Daily Democrat, published by A.S. Roberts. Sometime between January 1, 1911, and October 9, 1913, the paper was published by W.B. Stephens under the name, Anadarko Morning Democrat. It was during this brief period that the newspaper appeared daily except on Mondays. The Anadarko Daily Democrat resurfaced by October 10, 1913.

The final name change took place between January 10 and January 26, 1914. Called the Daily Democrat, the newspaper was published by the Democrat Publishing Company and managed by T.J. Lewis until the its demise in June 1915.

Provided by: Oklahoma Historical Society