Perishes in Storm.
Minot.—Charles Campbell, aged 38 years, and single, was frozen to death 10 miles southwest of Des Lacs, while enroute to the farm home of Mrs. Boucher, by whom he had been employed as a farm hand for the past four years. The man had taken a load of hay to Des Lacs that day and started home towards evening. The man was three-fourths of a mile from home when he became bewildered in the storm and lost his way. He had unhitched his horses and it is thought he tried to mount one of them, but he was too far gone and died after walking in a circle for a short time.
Turtle Mountain Star, 1/12/1911