Robert E. Bradford
and the e s h a v e Ion;; nnd Miller Robert E. Bradford Buried in Evergreen Funeral services for Robert E. Bradford, v/ho died Monday at home in Mt. Comfort, were conducted at the V/aUon mortuary 2 p. m. today by Rev. E, V. iow, A Masonic service was held in Evergreen cemetery. Mr. Bradford was the son of Judge and Mrs. H. T. Bradford Lonokc. Me was a 32nd degree Mason ami a Shriner. He was many years owner and editor the Lonokc Democrat, and operated operated an abstract business in Lonoke. Lonoke. For the past 15 years he been operating a farm near Fay- ettevillt.'. His wife, v/ho survives h i m , was the former Miss M. Merilt of FayetteviUe, to he was married in 1011.