Buchannan & Ulston deaths
TRENTON. Tenn.. Jan. 21. (Sneclal.) At his home near Neboville. ;-.f: ;-.f: ;-.f: a short illness. C H. Usleton died nt the advanced age of 82 vears. Ho had been a resident in tlio Eighth District for twenty years, was popular as a citizen, and respected as a Christian gentleman.' He leaves six children, It. N. Usleton and Mrs. John Stephenson. Texas: Mrs. Frank Rogers, Uo-Ellen; Uo-Ellen; Uo-Ellen; J. B. Csleton, Halls; W. A. and H. H. L'sleton. Noeovillo. The remains of Judge John S. Buchanan, Buchanan, who died nt his home In Humboldt at an early hour last night, we:n brought here this morning, and after a funeral service at the grave by Rev. It. L. Benn, the remains were Interred In Oakland Cemetery. Judge Buchanan was reared near Eaton, in the Sixth District. Genial In disposition, he was very popular us a citizen, mnnklng many friends. He was a member of the Baptist Church. He Is survived survived by a wife and two daughters; .a mother. Mrs. Lou Buchanan, of En ton; three sisters. Mrs. Arch Ferrlss, of Nashville; Nashville; Mrs. Nora Ingram, of the Sixth District, District, nnd Mrs. Joe Warren, of Fruitland. He was for some years a citizen of Nashville. Nashville.