Rider Is Killed
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Rex Bowerman, of Halfway, was killed when thrown from his horse on the hill trail between Halfway and Richland Sunday sometime after 10 o’clock.
Mr. Bowerman after visiting his sister, Mrs. Donald Sullivan in Richland left for home about 10 o’clock. It is believed the rider’s foot caught in the stirrup when his horse stumbled and was dragged approximately half a mile.
The body was found by James Chandler and Del Taylor. They notified Mr. Bowerman’s parents.
The dead man is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bowerman, two brothers, Jesse and Floyd and two sisters, Mrs. Donald Sullivan, of Richland and Mrs. Ernest Canahan of Carson.
North Powder News
Saturday, May 14, 1927