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OUR FRIENDS. 1
t. Anderson of Waterloo was|
'ay Maha.ley v ?itod ai Owiogs J
Ladd of Uro'8 Hill was In!
ey of Central was In towu
?nuel I spent a few days of j
Miller has gone to Ninety
and family are vis-1
Inn tbls week.
^e Rico of Saluca Is visttting
(Mrs. Brooks Swygert.
en H'x lias returned from a|
relatives In Greenvil'e.
Meta Sullivan and little Miss I
|Featherttone are at Saluda.
J, 8. Maohen has returned from
Princeton and Honea Path.
ri. gioia Miller has returned
k'end'.d vhit at Ninety Six.
Ant a OwingB of Owlngs was
?stlastwiok of lelutivos in tbe
John W. Cat heart; of Winns
fisting ber molber. Mrs. Q. W
M. Myers l.as returned from a
visit to bis old home near
Hudgens and family wt ut to
I Saturday for a ?voek's visit to
Jessie Todd of Greenwood has
le guest tho rast wrek of Mrs.
\ D. Hunter, a leading farmer]
iness man of Simpsonvllle was|
IR,. A. Cooper is in Spnrtanburg
again this week, nttotidin^ the
frionds ore delighted to see]
:ren Bolt out again at er sev
IAllen John^tone of Newberry
'few days la-.t week with Lor
lit". T. E. Todd.
|8 Annie and Edna Sitgrowea
^turntd from a visit to Mr. J. G.
Brown's family ut Crosj Hill.
Mr. W. D. Washington and family
have moved into one of tbe te.it. little
cottages on Simpson Street.
Mr. George Ballentine ha) movod
back into tho cottage previously c qotx
pied by him on Hampton Street.
Mr. W. L. Diilard, superintendent of
the Laurons Oil Mid, is spendiog bis
vacation at his homo at Calboun.
Mrs. F. P. McGowan visited berl
mother, Mrs. Charlotto Calhoun, at|
Ninety Six during tbe past week.
Misses Nannio Dorroh and Mamie
Armstrong were of the excursion party
from Laurens to Charleston lttet week.
Miss Beulah Balle loft on Friday for
Norwood, N. C , where the will spend
a month with her sister, Mrs. Harris.
Mrs. Virginia Gritton and daughter,
Miss Vaughn Gritton, visited at Mr. A.
C. Owings, Gray Court, the past week.
Mr. Alex Rose, who has occupied the
rectory for sometime, will remove to]
cal weeks to rela
[sdale, Gus Slm
and Brooks Chil
in wagons for a
tu and family, who
Fuller house In
iast year, havo re
[, N. C.
its, Carl Fuller, Ed
Hudgens and B. L.
rtion of last week at |
Medlock and D. S.
Ga., were in the city
on their way to tho
[e in Dials, where they
fhltohurst atd her tc
rbter, Miss Henrietta
'tlanta, have been the
woek of Col. T. B
relatives In the city.
fgbes and Dr. C. A. Ellett
Richmond, Va. After
in Virginia, Dr. Hughes
who proceeded him to j
1 visit the Exposition in
le and Fannie Boulware,
ler, Lynn Smith, Messrs.
, Clydo and Thomas U?y,
and Mrs. L. S. Fuller
irty last week going to
Sandborg gave a ' Peanut
day afternoon at the home
Mrs. T. H. Nelson. Tbe
n honor of her eleventh
large patty of boys and
reeent and overyono hnd a
Mrs P. A. Simpson pavo a
ul tea Thursday evening in
i Mrs. Oscar Sand berg, of Knox
, Tenn. Besides tho guests of honor |
mbor of friends woro present and
?ed a social evening very much.
. Tom Jeff Hughes of Juchin and
ames F. Bruce of Newton couu y,
, spent last Wednesday night in
ity with Mr. J. C. Owing* M
e left Laurens 6!l years ago and
s hi t first visit to bin natlvu hea'h
these years. He will t-pend some
'ith Mr Hughes and other rela
! W SKY PILOT1
"The Man Frcm GUnJarry"
"GUntfarry School Da??" onJ "Black Rock"
CotKlcfct. IS99. by MIMING H. Rf>lU COW ANY
nOW the swan cheek ciiuroh v, ab
111CN. near tlio end of tbo year,
the Pilot foil nick mil nursed
gggj hlui like a tuothor and aont
lilm off for a rest and cluing?
to (iwen, forbidding htm to return till
the church was finished, and visiting
him twice a week. The lovo botwoen
tbo two was most beautiful, and when
1 find my heart grow hard and unbe*
Moving in men and tilings I let my
mind wander back to n scene that I
came upon iu front of (Iwen's house.
These two were standing niono in tho
clear moonlight, Hill with his hand
upon tho Pilot's shoulder and tho Pilot
with his arm around Hill's neck.
"Dear old Bill," tho Pilot wns say
ing, "dear old Hill," and the voice was
breaking into a sol). And III 11, stand
ing stiff and straight, looked up at tho
sUus, coughed and swallowed hard
for some moments, and said in a queer,
"Shouldn't wonder if a chlnook
would blow up."
"Chinook?." laughed the Pilot, with
n catch In his voice. "You dear old
humbug." And ho stood watching till
the lank form swayed down into tho
The day of the church opening came,
as nil days, however long waited for,
will come, a bright, beautiful Christ
mas day. The air was still and full of
frosty light, as If arrested by a voice of
command, waiting the word to move.
The hills lay under their dazzling cov
erlets asleep. Hack of all the great
peaks lifted their majestic heads out
of the dark forest*? and gazed with
ertlm, steadfast faces upon the white,
BtinlJt world. Today, nr, the light filled
"Thin here cJiurch ts open. Kxcusc nie."
up the cracks that wrinkled their hard
faces, they seemed to smile, as if tho
Christmas Joy had somehow moved
something in their old, stony hearts.
The people were all there?farmers,
ranchers, cowboys, wives and children
?nil happy, nil proud of their new
church, ami now all expectant, waiting
for the Pilot and the Old Timer, who
were to drive down if the Pilot wns tit
and we.ro to bring Gwcn if the day was
Qne. As the time passed on Hill, as
master of e?>'l^??.,?^^'^;V-l>0K!,,' |?. grow
uneasy. Then Indian Joe appeared
and handed a note to Hill. He rend It,
grew gray in the face and passed it to
me. Ixioking, I saw in poor, wavering
liues the words:
Dear Bill?Go on with tho opening. Sing
the psalm?you know the one?and say a
prayer, and, oh, como to mo <julck, Illll.
Bill gradually pulled himself to
gether, announced in a strange voice,
"The Pilot can't come," handed me the
psalm and said:
"Make them sing."
It was that grand psalm for all hill
peoples, "I to the hills will lift mine
eyes," and with wondering faces they
Bung the strong, steadying words.
After the psalm was over the peoplo
sat and waited. Hill looked at the
Hon. Fred Ashley, then at Bobble
Mulr, then said to me in n low voice:
"Kin you make a prayerV"
I shook my head, ashamed, as I did
bo, of my cowardice,
Agnin Hill paused, then said:
"The Pilot says there's got to bo a
prayer. Kin any one make one7"
Again dead, solemn silence.
Then HI, who was near tho back,
aald, coming to his partner's help:
"What's the matter with you trying,
Tho red began to come up In Hill's
" 'Tnln't In my line, but tho Pilot
says there's got to be n prayer, and
I'm going to stay with tho game."
Then, leaning on tho pulpit, lio said:
"Let's pray," and began:
"God Almighty, I ain't no good at
this, and perhaps you'll understand If
I don't put things right." Then a
pnuso followed, during which I heard
some of the women beginning to sob.
"What I want to say," Hill went on,
"is we're mighty glad about this
church, which wo know it's you and
the Pilot that's worked it. And wo'ro
nil glad to chip In."
Then again he paused, and, looking
up, 1 saw his hard, gray face working
and two tears stealing down his
cheeks. Then he started again:
"But about the Pilot -I don't want to
porsoora?but if you don't mind we'd
like to have him stay. In fact, don't
see how we Ulu do without hlin. Look
nt all the boys bore, lie's Just get
ting his work In ami Is bringing 'em
right nloiiK, and, Cod Almighty, if
you take blin away It might bo a good
thing for himself, but for us O Qod.'
Tho voice quivered and was silent.
Then some one, I think it must have
been tho Lady Charlotte, began "Our
Father," and all Joined that could Join
to the end. For n few moments Hill
stood up, looking at them silently.
Then, as if remembering his duty, he
"Tills here church Is open. Excuse
He stood at the door, gave a word of
direction to HI, who had followed him
oat, and leaping on his bronco shook
him out Into a bard gallop.
The Hwan Creek church was opened.
[ he form of service may not have been
?rrect. but If great love counts for
rthlng, and appealing fnltb, then ?11
as necessary was done.
_THE PILOT'S I.A8T PORT.
/At y IN tbo old times u funeral was
r$i j| I regarded In tho Swnu Crook
fdttGttl eouul,'?v <>s ? hind of solemn
Bjmi festivity. In those days, for
the most parti meu died In their boots
And WON planted with much honor
and loynl llbatlun. There was often
neither shroud nor cottln, and In the
far wost many a poor fellow lies as ho
fell, wrapped In bis own or bis cotu
It was the manager of tho X L com
pany's ranch thut Introduced crape.
The occasion was the funeral of one of
the ranch cowboys, killed by Ida bron
co, but whou na pallboarors and
mourners appeared with bands end
streamers of crape this was voted by
the majority as "too gay." That clr
oumstnnce ahme was sutllclcnt to ren
der thot funeral famous, but It waft ro
moml)ered, too, as having shocked tho
proprieties In another and more serious
manner. No one would be so narrow
minded as to object to the custom of
tbo return procession falling Into a
sorles of horse races of tho wildest de
scription and ending up at Latour'? In
a general riot. Hut to race with tho
corpse was considered bad form. Tbo
"corpse driver," as bo was called, could
hardly be blamed on this occasion.
Ills acknowledged place was ut tbo
head of the procession, and It was a
point of honor that that place should
bo retained. The fuult lay clearly with
tho driver of the X L ranch sleigh,
containing the mourners (an innova
tion, by the way), who felt aggrieved
that III Kendal, driving tho Ashley
team with" the pallbearers (another
Innovation), Bhould bo given the placo
of honor next the corpse.
The X I. driver wonted to know
What, In the name of all that was black
and blue, the Ashley ranch had to do
with the funeral? Whoso was that
corpse, anyway? Didn't It belong to tho
X L ranch? Ill, on tho othor baud,
contended that tho corpse was In
charge of tho pallbearers. It was
their duty to see It right to tho grave,
and If they were not on hand bow was
It goln' to get there? They didn't ex
pect that It Would git up and get thoro
by itself, did they? Ill didn't want no
blanked mourners fooliu' round that
con) till It was properly planted; after
that they might git lu their work.
But the X L driver could not necept
this view, and at the first opportunity
slipped past III and his pallbearers
and took the place next tho sleigh that
carried the collln. It Is possible that 111
might have borne with this affront and
loss of position With even mind, but
tho Jeering remarks of the mourners us
they slid past triumphantly could, not
be endured, and tho next moment tho
three teams were abreast In n race as
for dear life. The corpso driver, hav
ing tbo advantage of the beaten trock,
soon left the other two behind running
neck and neck for second place, which
Wns captured finally by III and main
tained to tho gravo side In splto of
many attempts on tho part of tho X L's.
Tho whole proceeding, however, was
considered quite Improper, and nt La
tour's that nfght, after full and bibu
lous discussion, It wns OKreed thot tho
corpse driver fairly distributed tho
blame. For his part, ho said, he knew
he hadn't ought to mako no corp
git any such movo on, but ho wasn't
goin' to Bee that there corp tako second
ploco nt bis own funeral. Not if he
could help It. And as for tho others, ho
thought that the pallbearers hud a
blanked sight more to do with tho
plnntln' than them giddy mourners.
But When they gathered nt the Mere
dith ranch to carry out tho Pilot to Ids
gravo it was felt that tho foothill coun
try was called to a new experience.
They wore all there?tho men from
the Porcupine and from beyond the
Port, the police with the Inspector in
command, all the farmers for tweidy
miles around, and of course all the
ranchers and cowboys of the Swan
Creek country. There was DO effort at
repression, There was no need, for In
the cowboys for the first time In their
expedience there ,s;\s -r.o heart for fun.
And ns they rode up and hitched their
horses to the fence or drove their
sleighs Into the yard and took off the
bell? there was no loud voiced saluta
tion, no guying nor chnfling, but with
silent nod they took their places In tho
crowd about tbo door or passed Into
Tho men from the Porcupine could
uot quite understand the gloomy si
lence. It was something unprecedent
ed In a country where men laughed all
caro to scorn and saluted death with
a nod. But they were quick to read
signs, and, with characteristic courtesy,
they fell In with the mood they could
not understand. Thoro Is no man liv
ing so quick to feel your mood and so
ready to adapt himself to It us Is tho
? Tills was (be day of tho cowboys'
grief. To tbo rest of the community
the Pilot was preacher; to them ho was
comrade and friend. Tiny had boon
slow to iidmit him to their confldonco,
but steadily he had won his place with
tueni till within tbo lust few months
they bad COtUO to count him us of
themselves, lie had ridden the range
with them, bo had slept In their shacks
and cooked his men Is on their tin
stoves, and, besides, be wns Bill's
Churn. That alone was enough to give
him a right to nil they owned. He was
theirs, and they were only beginning to
toko full pride In him when he pnssed
out from them, leaving an emptiness in
their life new and unexplained.
No man In that country had ever
shown concern for them, nor bad It oc
curred to them that any man could till
the Pilot came. It took them long to
believe that the Interest he showed In
them was genuine and not simply pro
fcsslonnl. Then, too, from a preacher
they bad expected chiefly pity, warn
ing, rebuke. The Pilot astonished them
by giving tlioii) respect, admiration and
open hearted affection. It was months
before they could get over their aus?
plclon that he wns humbugging them.
When once they did they gave him
back without knowing It "all tho trust
and love of jjhelr big. generous hearts.
He had mono this world new to some
of them, and to all had given glimpses
of the next. It was no wonder that
fjiey stood In dumb groups about, the
llOtisa where the man who hnd done
all this for them and hail beep all this
to them lay dead.
There was no demonstration of grief.
The Duke was in command, and his
quiet, flrm voice, giving directions,
helped nil to self control. Tho women
who were gnthercd In tho middle room
wero weeping quietly. Bill was no
whero to bo seen, but near the Inner
door sat fiwen In her chair, with Lady
Charlotte beside her holding her hand,
tier face, worn with long suffering,
was pnle, but serene ns tho morning
sk} > and with not n trace of teors. As
my eyo enught hers sbo beckoned mo
"Where's Bill?" sho sold. "Bring blm
X found blm at the bock of the house.
''Aren't you coming hi, Bill?" I said.
"No; I guess there's plenty without
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Mrs. Virgluia Townsund, of ShrcVe
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yours and 1 make no mistake who i I
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hints, Ga., who wi 1 send yon h is book.
"Vou'd hotter come In: tin- sarvlco Is
going to bogln," .t !? v il
"Don't BCOin us If I e,l!' v! I*. ;1 to hear
nnythln' much. I iiln't < .n i used lo
prenchln', anyway." snid Ulli, with
careful Indifferent?, hut be added to
himself, ? except his, of course,"
"Come In. IMU," 1 urged. "It will
look queer, you snow," but Hill re
"I guess I'll nnt bother," adding after
n paust?, "You s ??>. (hero's them wim
mln turnln' on tho water works, and
like as not they'd swamp mo SUii
"That's so," said Hi. '?.' >o Wils U\l>A
lug near, In silent sympntbj with '"i
1 reported to Owen, who unsweivd
In her ohl imp '.Tlous way. "Tell hint I
want him." 1 took ltill the message.
"Why didn't you say so bef^ro?" Iio
said, and, starting up, ho passed into
the house and took up his position tar
hind Gwen's chair. Opposite, and lean
lug against the door, stood the Duke,
with a look of quiet earnestness on his
handsome face. At bis side stood the
lion. Fred Ashley and behind him the
Old Timer, linking howlldorod and
woo stricken. Tbo Pilot had tilled a
largo place in the old man's life. The
rest of the men stood about the room
and filled trokitvhen beyond, all qulot,
In Owen's room, the one farthest In.
lay the Pilot, stately and beautiful un
der the magic touch of death. And as
I stood and looked down upon the
quiet face I saw Why Owen shed no
tear, but carried a look of serene tri
umph. She bad read Ojo face ar'^l.t.
Continued on page 4.
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From Laurens, S. C. and CUnton, S. C. to
Old Point, Va. Wrightsville Beach, N. C.
Virginia Beach, Va. Carolina Beach, N. C.
Ocean View, Va. Myrtle Beach, 5. C.
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars Direct from
Laurens to Norfolk. Arrives Norfolk 6:30 a.
m. August 18th. Tickets good to return on
any train until September the 1st, 1904.
COLUMBIA, NEWBERRY AND LAURENS RAILROAD
_ VIA A. C. L_
For other information and Sleeper Reservations
See or Write
H. I. HORTON, Agent, C. H. GASQUE, Agent,
Clinton, S. C. Laurens, S. C.
J. F. LIVINGSTON, S. A., Columbia, S. C.