DEATHS MR. R. Jj. BRADFORD Mr. R. L. Bradford, 77 years of age, passed Thursday night at hl/s home on Went Front Street, death resulting from an aliment of the heart, A son of the late D. L. and Klzzie Morrow Bradford, Mr. Bradford was born on December 13, 1869, at Bradford's Cross Roads.. Surviving are the children by a former marriage to Miss Florence Hedrick, who passed away some time ago: Mrs. H. D. McLain. Mrs. B. E .Little, Mrs. f'red Crawford, and Airs. Ralph Lippard, all of this city; Mrs. 13. B. Bass, of Scotte and Mr. R. L. Bradford, Jr., of Scotts. His widow by a second marriage, the former Miss Estelle Scroggs also survives. Mr. Bradford joined the New Sterling ARP church when a youth and has been actively connected with the affairs of tho church since that time and funeral services were held from there Thursday afternoon, afternoon, conducted by Rev. Dr. J. H. Pressley, pastor of the First ARP church, SJtalteavillle; tRey;. J. L. Hood, of Troutman; Rev, R. A. Godfrey and Rev. J. B. Pearson. Active pallbearers were Messrs. William Pressley, Harry Moore, H. B. Barklcy, E. F. Billings, Larrit McLain and Brice Felmster. There were eight honorary pallbearers pallbearers and flowers were in charge of Mrs. Lonnle Little and Mrs. D. L. Raynier. Tho floral tribute was large and beautiful. There was a large number of out of town friends and relatives present for the services. MRS. J. W. McCURDY Mrs. Kate Marshall McCurdy, aged 42 years, passed at the State Hospital, Morganton. A daughter of the late T. M. Marshall and Lucretla Cllne Marshall, Marshall, she was born on September 22, 1894, in north Iredell. Surviving are her husband; three brothers and four sisters: Messrs. A. F. and J. B, Marshall, States- vine, Route 2; and Mr. F. A. Marshall, Marshall, of Summit, N. J.; Mrs. J. B. Wilson, of Statesville, Route 2; Mrs. Delia Marshall, also of Route 2; Mrs. Joe Williams, of Route 6; and Mrs. M. T. Roberts, Eastover, S, C. INFANT DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. D. G. SNOW The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Snow died Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents parents on Tenth street. The little girl was born Tuesday. Surviving are the parents; four sisters; two brothers and the grand parents. Funeral services were held from the residence Thursday afternoon. MR. T. J. THOMPSON Mr. Thos. J. Thompson died at his home in Elmwood Wednesday night, death being due to a heart ailment. He was 79 years of age. Mr. Thompson was born in Davie county, the son of William G. and Albertlne Sing Thompson, on November November 25, 1857. Survivors Include a son, Mr. C. A. Thompson, of Elmwood; two brothers, Messrs. J. W. Thompson of Elmwood and C. W. Thompson, of this city; and two sisters, Mrs. W. L. Chester and Miss Lou Thompson, of the Elmwood section. section. Final rites will be conducted this morning, at 10:00 o'clock from the Elmwood Methodist church by Rev. C. R. Ross, Rev. R. L. Bass and Rev. R. L. Young.