Josiah Marsh obituary
im before the Christian era, serous- pot burials ol children nearthed," writes Field. "The al jars had been placed along walls of the more important ings, and it seems plausible to est that these babies may have 'sacrificed to propitiate the gods hose honor the buildings were k.ed.. The majority of- the babies female. nocher curious discovery was e during work in the mound h contained an important Baby. library of sun-bsKed tablets meiform script. Slipper-shaped RS of bated clay were found the walls of buildings and be- several of the sarcophagi were skeletons of dogs. This sug- the possibility that the favor- animal was buried beside his ier to accompany his soul to spirit world. everal small dogs were buried e children, and these animals 'have watched and guarded the it ire cradles. When a child sacrified, the dog was also, sac- d and buried beside his play- so that he might continue to ed him in the world beyond rave." Elder Department feusincss Office. Corner Orus Store, BriRham CHy Fbone 122 ftrrcsBOniJents: Elizabeth Bair. Phone 492-J1. WUlard B. D. Gibson. Trementon Â»iab Marsh Dies South ception of a few years that Mr Marsh operated a cattle ranch at Idaho. Air. Marsh was a member of L, D. S. church. He devoted his time to stock raising as an occupation. Surviving are his widow the following sons and daughters, George J. Marsh, Tremonton; George Woodward and M. C. of Willard; Mrs. O H . Daweyville, Mrs. Albert W. Barker of Ogden, and eighteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild. There are also surviving the following brothers' and sisters: Mrs. Jane K. Wright, Mrs. Joseph Hubbard, Mrs. Frank B. Higginbotham. George J. Marsh, Ira Marsh, all Salt Lake, and Mrs. Travis Heed "Funeral services will be conducted in the Willard ward chapel Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, with Bishop Ephraim White in chaise. Friends may call at the home Wednesday evening and Thursday hour of services. Interment will made in the family plot in the Willard cemetery under the direction Lindquist Sons. The infant son of Mr. and Emery Reese, of Brigham City, died at an early hour this will be buriert in the Brigham cemetery this afternoon. The child was born Monday evening and but a few hours. The child Â£ survived by the parents and two brothers, and the grandparents, Mr Mrs. John ?. Holmgren, of Bear Riv.ar City, and Mrs. Martha I o f Brteham City. .- ILLARD, Oct. 14^-Josiah Marsh, died at his home at South Wil- Monday evening at 6 o clock bwing a two week's illness. He f born in WHlard, August ol, h and was the son of George J. Jane Andrews Marsh, on f-d- 8 TSSO, he married Sarah E. "idland, also of WUlarcf, and- Mr. Mrs. Maish have made their in South Willard with the ex- Gall Stone Colic Don't operate! You rnalic a bad condition worse. Treat the cause In Â» sibls, paiQless, Inexpensive way at home. Wrtte Home Drug Co., 812-83 Masonic Temple, Minneapolis, Minn., for a lecosniMd practicing specialists prescription on llvar and sail Madder troubles, for literature on treatment which has been giving gratifying rc r suits for 28 years. Sold under Â·Rnrf-- Guarantee. Clip this out NOW.