Barren county lost another of its familiar old figures last Friday afternoon when Mr. William (Bill) Mayo. 79. succumbed at his home near Morrison Park after an illness of several months.

Mr. Mayo was a native of Ed­monson county but had resided in the Morrison Park section most of his adult life. and was a member of the Boyd’s Creek Methodist Church . and his passing will be mourned by a host of relatives and friends.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Viola Mayo, six daughters Mrs. Grace Button. Mrs. May Bewley, Mrs. Jewell Hardy(? Harvey?). Mrs. Dovie Stout, Mrs. Bertha Davis, all of this county. Mrs. Olie Williams, Ft. Wayne, Ind.. and two sons, El­ lis Mayo, Sterling . Ill., and Henry C. Mayo, who lived at the home, and a step-son, James Slaughter

uneral services were conducted Sunday morning at Boyd's Creek Methodist Church by Rev. E. L. Dixon and Rev. Mintford Hicks, and burial followed !n the Peden cemetery