Union Barber Loses Life In Minam River
H. D. Tallman, 40, a barber of Union, was drowned in the Minam River, near Minam while fishing in that stream Sunday. There was no one near enough to Tallman to tell what caused him to fall into the river. Whether a misstep caused his precipitation into the water or whether his death was due to a heart attack is not known.
The body was removed from the water in less than half an hour following his going under and all efforts failed to revive him.
Deceased was married and had worked at his trade in Union for several years.
North Powder News
Saturday, May 8, 1926