The First Eight Months of Oklahoma City.


The "Oklahoma Chief" is very deservedly and justly considered the best general newspaper published in the Oklahoma country, and it will favorably compare with three-fourths of the weeklies published in the north or east. It made its first appearance May 11, 1889, and very soon took station where by merit it should, at the head of the newspaper procession. Its experienced editor and proprietor, R. W. McAdam, was educated in journalism in New York and Washington. He took Greeley's advice a few years ago, halted in Kansas and established a paper in one of the western counties of the state of which he is still the owner. He is an able writer, a democrat, and a genial, reliable, big-hearted gentleman. The "Chief" is now issued twice every week on book paper and has an immense circulation. It well merits its unbounded success.