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     Joe Milner, aged twenty-eight years, who died Thursday night at 133 North Akard street, was buried at Corsicana yesterday afternoon. The body was shipped to that point yesterday by Undertakers Donovan & Co.
     The body of Erma Berger, aged twenty-five years, who died Thursday night at 550 Elm street, will probably be shipped to Kansas City for interment by Undertakers Donovan & Co., some time today. Advice has been received from relatives at that point, instructing shipment.
     The body of Miss Lonnie Wyric, aged twenty-two years, who died Friday, fourteen miles from Midland, will reach Dallas this morning and be received by relatives. The funeral services will take place from the chapel of Undertakers Ed C. Smith & Bro. Interment will be made in Oakland cemetery.

- May 31, 1908, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 11, col. 3.
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Mrs. Noland's Funeral Today.

     Funeral services for Mrs. J. D. Noland will be held at her late home, 363 Wood street, at 8:30 o'clock this morning, after which, the remains will be sent by Undertaker Loudermilk to Longview, where the burial will take place this afternoon. The services at the residence will be conducted by Rev. I. E. Yates. The deceased had, for twenty-three years, conducted a boarding house at 363 Wood street.

- July 19, 1908, The Dallas Morning News, p. 2, col. 2.
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Funeral of Mrs. George Wright.

     The funeral of Mrs. George Wright, who died on Friday night at the Koon Kreek Klub keeper's home, southeast of the city, was from Sacred Heart Cathedral Saturday morning. Mrs. Wright was a sister of James E. Dawson, keeper of the preserves. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery.

- July 20, 1908, The Dallas Morning News, p. 12, col. 2.
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