DENTON JOURNAL DEC 24 1910
children. child present, and so the at ~r~*^ Mr. Calvin Coulbourne, died at his ionic at Anthony's Mill, near Denton, on Saturday morning last about ten o'clock, after a brief illness of asthma, aged thirty-four years. Mr. Coulbourne was the proprietor of the store and at Anthony's, and had considerable estate in the Third district. Mrs. Coulbourne, the widow, who is a lcr of Mr=. M. Ella Anthony, and the ate Joshua M. Anthony, and five children, survive. Mr. C. N. Coul- joiiruc is the father of the deceased. imeral was held on Monday afternoon, 3cv. J. T. Bailey officiating, and inter- ncnl was made in Dcnlon cemetery.