t'r i ! Neighborhood News j I -J Ladies oxfords in canvas, nubuck, Tan, velvet, gunmetal, patents one, two and five strap at the Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frandsen wish to express their thanks and gratitude, through the columns u f the Pyramid, to their friends win. were so kind in assisting in the burial of their mother Mrs. Rasmu-s Frandsen. Buys Call and see the swell cli'thing at the Progress. It will please you.'j. J. R. Lowe of Murray, formerly of this city, was in Mount I'lea-aiu a few days this week and after disposing dis-posing of his home here returned to Murray again. MissEliza Burton has just completed com-pleted a cou rse in tailoring pnd dressmaking dress-making at the KeisterTiiih.i ing College Col-lege at Provo and is now prepared fo receive orders for any kind of dressmaking. Harry S. Joseph who was speaker of the houfe in the State Legislature two years ago sends word to the Pyramid Pyr-amid that he is a candidate for the Congressional nominat ion, subject fo the will of the Republican Slate Convention. Now is the time to order a monument mon-ument for Decoration Day, The best marble and granite may be secured from A. Merz & Co. Guy Davidson went to Fgin, Idaho, Ida-ho, Tuesday to live with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs; Wm. Hjorfh. The most beautiful designs in monuments can be secured now at A. Merz & Co. R. L. Bigler, the local druggist, went to Salt Lake Tuesday on business. busi-ness. Ladies white ladies waists, pplended assortment at the Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meiling left Mt. Pleasant Tuesday to go to Oregon Oreg-on where they expect to make their future home. Carl A. Erickson, surveyor, of the city was on Monday appointhd by Judge A. H. Christensn to act as water commissioner for parties at Mt. Pleasant in earring out a decree apportioning the flow of water from Pleasant creek which has been in dispute before the court. Gazette. Thro the columns of the Pyramid we wish to express our most heart felt thanks to all the many friends who so kindly assisted us during the sickness and death of our dear son and brother Gerald. We wish to express ex-press our deepest appreciation for every word and action of sympathy and condolence tendered us when death over shadowed our home. All of which will ever be remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and family. The Twentieth Century Club met last Thursday at the home oc Mrs. Jas. F. Jensen. The lesson " Taris" was given by Miss Annie Johnson, Mrs. Auer Proctor gave the life of Napoleon and Josephine. Refreshments Refresh-ments were served. Poor appetite is a sure sign of impaired im-paired digestion. A few doses ' of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will strenghten your digestion and improve your appetite Thousands have been benefited by taking these Tablets. Sold by All Dealers. James W. Cherry returned from Salt Lake Monday, having been there on business for a few days. Aldon Avertt went to Price Mon day expecting to remain for some time.