The paper was issued on Wednesdays and featured four pages with seven columns. Each page measured 18 by 24 inches and the yearly subscription cost was one dollar. In 1900 J. R. Detwiler became the editor.

By 1907, L.E. Potter had taken over. The paper was published by the Leader Publishing Company and was Republican in politics and interested in temperance. In 1907, the circulation had reached 950.

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