FARMER STRUCK BY LIGHTNING; DIES INSTANTLY
Hazelton, June 28.— Mark Brindle, a well-known young farmer living about three miles south of Hazelton, was killed by a stroke of lightning during a storm here. He and his hired man were in a field at the time and were near a wire fence. The hired man walked away from the fence and a moment later Mr. Brindle was killed. The shock felled the hired man. Mrs. Brindle at the time, was in the Bismarck hospital, recovering from an operation for appendicitis.
Bismarck Tribune, 6/28/1920