The name on the death certificate is Jim Mysinger. In the 1930 census for Dallas he is listed as James M. Mysinger.
Jim married Mrs. Cora Thomason on March 19, 1914, at Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas. (Cora's maiden name was Mahan; she had been married previously. Cora Mahan married T. O. Thomason on August 24, 1902, in Boone County, Arkansas.)
According to Find A Grave member Ardis Ehrenberger, Jim and Cora had three children: Gerine Mysinger Adams (1917-2003), Alfred Mysinger (1920-2004), and Raymond Mysinger (1926-). These three children are listed with Jim and Cora in the 1930 census in Dallas. In the 1920 census Jim and Cora were living in Boone County, Arkansas, and a son, Joseph, age 12 and a son, Randolph, age 9 were living with them and Gerine. Joseph and Randolph may have been Jim's sons from a previous marriage.
Jim was a latherer and lived in Dallas twelve years.
The death certificate says Jim was buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery. This was a paupers' cemetery, and the graves are not marked.
When Jim's wife died in 1933 Mount Auburn was no longer being used as the paupers' cemetery. The Dallas City Cemetery had replaced it as the paupers' cemetery.