History

The paper featured four pages measuring 15 by 22 inches. In 1904, H. S. Herbert served as the editor. By 1907, the Enterprise had a circulation of 450, and the newspaper had grown to twelve pages measuring 11 by 16 inches; Herbert was still the editor and the issue day was Saturday. The paper claimed no political affiliations. A year's subscription cost $1.00.

In October 1918, the Enterprise discontinued due to Herbert's retirement.



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