The following article by William Compton Brown, locally known as “Judge Brown” for his later judicial career, was published in the Republic News-Miner on September 20, 1923. How the San Poil Received its Name Recently the News received a letter from a prominent...
By Madilane Perry, Ferry County Historical Society Selections from the Republic News-Miner for Thursday, September 6, 1923 There are two page 1 articles in this issue, each taking up a full column, that were promised in the previous issue. One is the article by T.A....
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