THE STATE HERALD, Holyoke, Phillips, Colorado
J.H. Painter, Editor and Publisher
15 May 1908, Friday, Vol. 21 - No. 42
On Thursday evening, May 7, C.A. Bryant of Sterling, while on his way from Sterling to Haxtun in his automobile, was killed by the turning over of the automobile. His brother, who was in the automobile with him, escaped injury by jumping. Mr. Bryant had recently purchased a general merchandise store at Haxtun from M. Anderson and was on his way to Haxtun to look after business interests. He also owned a large store in Sterling and stood very high in business circles. He was 34 years of age and leaves a wife and little daughter.
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