An article appeared in "The Dallas Morning News" of 20 October 1933, pg. 1, titled: "Skeleton Found Believed That Of Junk Dealer". I tried printing a copy out but it is so light that it can't be read. Interestingly enough, anotherarticle appeared in the same paper nearly 30 years later [19 Sept. 1963, pg. 1]. It states that the case was never solved and the county was going to auction off Henry Duty's 1927 Model T Ford which had been kept as evidence since the crime. The article has a photograph of the vehicle. I'm away from my home right now but should be back in a couple of days, I'll see if I have better luck printing out copies there. You might want to remind me via email later this week at: email@example.com
I did take a look at the death certificate but I'm not quite sure about what is meant by "co. farm", does it literally mean a farm in some county, in other words a family cemetery on private land? As you know, "county farm" sometimes refers to a prison or work farm but there is nothing here to indicate why Mr. Duty would be buried at such a place, he wasn't "doing time". Or could it be referring to a "paupers' cemetery"? Good question at this point.