Jamestown, Boone County, Indiana
Friday, 23 November 1906 page 1
Charles SLIDER, an engineer on a steam derrick train on Chicago division of the Big Four, was killed at Thorntown Monday morning. The train was crossing Sugar creek when Mr. SLIDER was struck by the side of the bridge and knocked from the engine, his body falling into the water below. He was thirty-three years old and leaves a wife and one child in Indianapolis.
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