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SEASON OPENED FOR I
:1 Alt DEER IINTERS
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The dee* hunting season opened
?Tuesday in 'North Carolina itwag~*n- *
nounccd by* Jwns? E.i Steers*, dejnsty
?connhissioneh: of .tire1 North rfjaroiina
depart'nmnt of roofiaervatiah and ? -de*C
' Telopment. ? : v.?v rverf-fttv! . +X ij
?The season idr^'SuritHig1 budta
? 'Opened Bept3riibe'r'-15.,t>"i?Wd ??wflt'v -W*
open, until January 1. The bagktioiit
is two in one da^. artd 'f oaf 'foi' each
hunter- during the entire season. Does
may not be kiHed^'Hs the "ieaaen for
' female deer" has' bWii ytfsed until
Septemberl, 3.939. J
Seasons for hunting [\ tfoyesl f spuir- -
rels. rails ainci galHnures^ opened Sep
tember' 1. ThV season 'for hunting
wild turkeys, rabbits and iur-beari'ag
"animals. >riH open Mtiriiig November, j
? The North Carplina .Game law paa-J
sed by the 1927 legislature "v ,
amended by the 1929 and 31 legMa-|
tures makes it unlawful- to hunt or
trap without the proper license: to,
take or., kill game:, birds and animals
out of aeasoni to-.ta,ke in one. i day or
- in one. season more than the- bag
limits; or kill. a femak deer; to buy
or sell any game exqept' rabbits or
squirrels; to t3ke game by trap or
poison, to hunt by automobile or boat,
or to bait for upland game. Fur
bearing animals may be trapped in.
aceordance with state jaws.
| Blantyre Breeze*
i- . ? ' ? , i?
Rev. and Mrs. J. T- Scott of Lit-:
tie River visited their son , Otho j
Mrs. Smith and children' who spent
the sumrtiir at' French BW*a ParK;
have returned to their home it East
Point. Atlanta, Georgia, . ]
Last Sunday w^s a.^sppy occasion,
for aunt Narcissi 'RicJcman when ;
hei children and' a number of Grand
ehit'liCb also two great' grandchildren]
and many friends gathered around
her at the home of her son, Cornelius
Rickman at Blantyre. Aunt Naricssa
is weli known and much loyied here
where she has resided- 'for many
years. A picnic dinner was spread
and about one hundred friend3 and
relatives were present to enjoy the
Tyra Ouncan and family. of Little;
River visited Mr. and Mrs. R. V..|
Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Carney '
Mrs. George Merrill attended the
Rickman reunion Sunday. v
Some of the Blantyre folks at
tended the Baptizing and ordaination
of Deacons, at Etowah Sunday.
Miss Mary Ellen Re?id visited Mrs. '
Geoi't'e Merrill on Sunday. ?
Onr monthly preaching services
are the third Sunday at 11 a.m. and .
Saturday night at 8 o'clock.' All are
welcome. *.?.-> ji .
i Quebec New# Items i f
' 2-;ta ' t c -? "V
sons, Mack ana Cecil, daughters, Mn.
Jiick'SmM^'M**.' Heme* ?. ?MeC?H
Vnd N?f fcobi<*onr??l Pifah MKfcy
attended 'tlte" Prertlfey reunfetti :?t
Speedwell, N, C., Sunday. f
; ' Mrs. OW. "HSnderson and children
Tfuett, Cmxton, Mildred ?h4 Bobby,
atishded tW'Owen reutttoh Glou
cester, Saturday. "' ?? ^
MPs.'1 Avery Reid and i&nV Cnt^j
spent Saturday nisfht with tttt forni-.j
ir's'mother,' Mrs. L. E. Reecei -I
Miss ^Marietta Fisher returned
home Thursday after spending the
summer "*t Fairfield. ?..%?
' Mossr* LeRoy :McCaU wtd - Hai-lie
Fisher left Wednesday morning >foi
Wyoming." v-wji ?.??? y ' ' ?* ;
i Mr. and t&*3. Gene Moore , spent thy
i-atter part of the week visiting, eel.
ativsa m Spartanburg and Greer, $.;
GkJ< . ? -r ....
Vernon Reid of Calvert, spent Sat
Utday night withvMr.and Mrs. B. At
Owen and family,. '
t M?? Luoy Robinson .. of/ plenville,
is visiting: relatives .here. ... . v
JUr. aivd. Mrs. 3. .L Sanders* are
moving in the, down-stair? of the old
store building near Quebec station. .
-Claude Owen spent Satuuiay night
with, his cousin, Qlenn Reid, of Bre-t
W*'B. .Henderson and daughter*!
Helcfl, attended -the. B. .Y P. V, pro *
trram #> Lake Toxa way Sunday. _
Mi i? . Marietta ^.Fisher m^'de a bus*
Iness trip to Brevard Saturd?Jr..; , '
, -J4r?; and Mrs. -Firman Mopr? aind
children of Spartanburg, nja'de ?;
hurriad trip to Quebec Sundiy.
Rev., .Wilbur Galloway of. Bosnian.
'.Hied O^-Grovs pulpit ?unday., .
, ; ft jeame Jftdeed, as. a supjise w}iez*
the cyonmunity leaned of tl>e ttfJM**
riage of Mis, Em'mitt Owen.; jf ukt
Xojiaway to Miss. Bonnie Reid; and
M?.,, Ralph Alexander pf Lake Toxa
vtay ,to .Mia's Alma Chapman. ,
Mrs. MpCall and children ' have ^re
turned, -homp after 'spleridirig th^e sum
.pier. hare., .
Mrs. Jack Smith, 'Miss tfell Rob
inson and Cecil Robinson made a bun
iness .trip to Brevard Monday
Gideon Miller is .reported to be On
the sjck list thia' week.
Gussie Whitmire spent Saturday
night with Rebecca Smith.
Mr. and . Mrs. Charlie Moore of
Rosman, spent Monday . afternoon ;
with Mr. and Mrs. G^ne Moore. -i
. LEGAL TRANSFERS
" Six legal transfers were recorded in
the .office of the Register of Deeds
Jess Galloway and Assistant Register
Mrs. Jess Galloway during the week
?t Sep.t.8 through 15. : '
Gfovgg R. Sharpe and wife to J. H.
McCall and wife. '
Jerry Jerome to Claude B. Squire.'
. Federal Corporation to A. R. Beart
Welch Galloway to A. B. Galloway'
jf -mrPRAYER cornST);
1 i .n i i r, i i ?? i
THE 0F A
I; tro 'verses.}
- Squib thoijghts I , have been
leading impressed themselves on my
mind. v*ry deeply, especially as I had
visited the classes of the 1 1st and 2nd
fj^des .*t-the ; Elementary j$fhool last
week;. Th?ir?,wer? Me, hundred apd
forty-one Tittle, children in the.four
The disciples had conie. to Jqsus
with the question, 'jWho is the great
est in the Kin&frm of JJeAven?- He
spoke so often.- : the ,. Kingdom., to
them it suggested the idea of power
and glory; .th^, -could .not but. won
der who would , have the highest,
place. How utterly strange and in
comprehensible , jawst Ji&ve -been , the
! answer Jesus gave to their question.
He $all?J. a little child, and set him in
the .midst of,them, ,.jH? told them
that aslo^g as they were thinking
of whoj would be the greatest they
coulti not -avetvv epjter.. The. Kjngdom ;
they mjUBt'4fii:sJi h?cpme as little chil
dren; and ;th?? in The Kingdom the
humblest., find most., childlike would be
the highest* And vho jffvn should re
ceive one such little- ,.child in Jesus
name ehb?ld^?e^eiy^ himself. v 2
How wonderAttiy - applicable, to
patents is -whatiJesus. spoke to His
disciples. I* treating a family, with
| father and mother, .God sets a little
child in the . midst, and in that little
cHld He>?o()ehsrto them the mystery
of the Kingdom of Heaven a'nd the
?spiritual wcorldt >> He tell* them j.that
.if: the?. want tb know about Witness.
its hfebeat.'iplace, they must study
'the child !itotferg. : On earth they will
find nothing s? heavenlike as a little
child, and no surer way to the high
est uanjtarrofentft of- Heavenly dignity
.titan in. tectiviBg little . children . !' in
His .name,, 4or! in. doing this they, will
receive Himself in whom the King
dom>tis. ; 'Btorft' are three lessons par
ents must learn. I will speak of the
first this- week. ?
Firet-r-The ' Heavenliness of the
titUe - child: "Wherein does it consist?,
Our Saviour uses one word: Whoso
ever shall humble himself, as this lit
tle child the same is greatest in The
Kingdom. The greatest . will be he
who thinks least of being greatest,
because he loses sight of himself in
seeking God and His Kingdom. The
great beauty, of childlikeness is the
absence of self consciousness. The
true child loses itself in that which
is -around it. The curse of sin is:
that ft makes man, every man, his
own centre, even "when he 'seeks the
Kingdom' of HeaVen Ke is still think
ing hcrw'T^'cafn' be greatest in the
Kingdom. In the true child self.does
not ypt- rpftnifeSt :rtself ; it lives and is
it rest ootside of itself in the par
ent. It loves and rejoices in being
loved;- it is truthful and trustful to
all arodnd, sliowihg itself as 'it is,
; counting' upon others to be what 1
they appear. ; This naturalness andj
simplicity of the child J?otb tells us1
is something' heavenly; the thing in j
nature most allied to the Kingdom.' !
.And . the leaadn^we need to lear^i is
thfct there is nothing a parent should
seek to preserve and cherish more ,
carefully than -this heavenly child
likeness. It is tho. spcret of ithat beau
tiful calmness and serenity; .?which is
the image of the peace aml^ rest of
Thi spirit' of the world is; very oj>
posife with' it* rivalry anil Its ambi- 1
jion,- its seeking fckeketaent ' and pos
ses3tens, ifdestfays all that is so
Bea^tifUi and heavenly in the child,
to mike way for "the Show and- self I
Seeking that ate its Warks. Especial- ?
ly Christian patents who have the'
-iheans forfrratifying taste arid pleas- ;
ures at their disposal, are In danger j
of destroying the simplicity and ten
derness of the child life by stimulat
ing the desires which are of the earth ,
'ind' draw 'tMthe'r." And so in the
hiidst of a great deal of - Bible -teach-.
Ing and hymn singing, the very heart
of true religion '1nay ' be eaten ? out by
the artificial and" unchildlike spirit
?trf 'the horhft in" which 'the children
Sire- m 1 . ^ * . - 1
f, Parents MHake H study of' it- to And
out' whitthe;thotfght:<>f "Jesus' heart
was when He spoke so strongly of
<the- need of being childlike; as the
only- path to heaven and heayenly
"greatness. Value the childlikeness
??and simplicity' of your little- one. as its
heavenly beauty, realise that the lit
tle one, in its tender susceptibility of
impressions is all alive, to what sur
jroMnds it,.; to the fostering influence
of- the heavenly life or the withering
effect of a worldly life, Believe that
between the Holy Spirit who brings
heaven .down to us.. and*, reyeals it
within, and. thej heavenliriess of child- ?
hood there is a wonderful -suitable:
ness for, eacfi other. Train yoiL? chil
dren in that Holy happy Stillness,
which, keeps the heart open to His
workings, (to be continued.) . .'
... J. -? A PRAYER
Blessed Lord, open. our ears to hear
what Thou speakest, and our eyes to
see as Thou seest. Give ua hearts to
beat in sympathy with Thine at the
sight of every little child, and above
all, our Lord, to understand and ex
perience- how surely and how blessed
ly Thou fulfillest Thy promise: "Who
| soever receiveth one such little child
'in my name receiveth , me."
| ? Lord Jesus, -we do ask Thee for a
childlike spirit. May,-. the simplicity
' and restfulness, the love and the love
.'liness, the trustfulness and truthful
ness of the child nature so dwell with
.us the heavenly childlikeness of our
?little -ones may not be loet, but cher
, iahed and maintained through ad
vancing year. Give us to feel very
: deeply that we cannot truly fulfill our
parental calling except as in simplic
ity and Godly sincerity our walk with
? " ? : = j
Pisgah Foreat Nfwa y
Cutting corn rod digging- -potatoaa
seems to be the order of (he day,, ,
Miss, Frances Hsath of- Greenville
is visiting her Mint, Mrs. Joe Orr.
I. C. Kennon hiu returned to. his
work in Sumter, S. C., After spending
a two weeks vacation with his family
here. ' ' """ k
Mr. and Mrs: Tom Barnett and
children, Mr. and' Mi-is. Paul Carlind
and children, R,/ B. Mackey and Allen
Cody attended the Carland reunion
at Mills River 'Sunday.
Miss Rebecca Pattori is' oa the
Eiick list. , " " . ; . !
"Mr. mid Mrs. Clyde Cariyjfleld . of
Hendersonville wers Saturday after
noon' callers of Sr. and Mrs.' 'C. E. <
Campfield; " "
Mts. C. ' C.' Morris -And daughters
Elizabeth and Audrey of Biltmore
spent Sunday with Mrs. jforris'
mother, Mrs. Emma Colburn.
Mrs. Will Owen and children spent
the week-end With friends -and rela
tives ih Jackson county. ? ?f-.'j
Mr. Will Nicholson of Greenville,
"spent Sunday wtih his brother, J: W.
'Nicholscui}.:"'- ' ?
Mrs. Airta Corn and daughter of
Forest City spent the week-end : With
,Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Parker..
t Mr. Fred Scruggs and family, spent
Sunday in the 3 lan tyre section.
1 Mr? Joe Qrr ha? returned to his
home here after spending the past
week visiting in Greenville.
I . Mr. and Mrs, Homer Marcunt of
; Hendersonville spent Sunday ... with
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campfield.:
| Mr. Clifford of Little Rock, Ark.,
is spending some time here at thfe
:Carr Lumber's Co's. -Club House.
| i Henry - Roberts andi Clifford ;Cese
.?)( Hendersonville spent Friday with
Mrs. J. Radford and family. . ? -?
i Miss Nellie Allison was a recent
guest-of M.i?s Nellie Mackey.
it . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allison, and
?children, Mrs. J. Allison and daugh
ter; Dollie, and Miss Tina Hedrjck
;vfere Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Allison on Little River.
'?Mr. and Mrs. W. W.Pruett spent
the week-end in Asheville.
I Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Frady and
daughter Mrs. William Clark and
Little Margaret Frady motored to
Asheville morning to meet their
daughter Miss Myrtle Fr?dy who will
spend two weeks vacation with her
God be that of little children.
Blessed Lord, we do thank Thee
that however feeble we be, and how
ever far short' our attainments fall
of what we should. be, in receiving a
child in Thy Name we receive Thee.
Thou comest Thyself to be our teach
er and our helper. We pray Thee to
strengthen us and all parents in this
faith, that we may rightly under
stand that nowhere are Thou nearer
or more ready to bless than in the
home where children are received in
Thy Name, to be saved by Thee, 'to be
trained for Thee. Amen.
rCoaicV 'Tilf?I7 .j>f ?Brevard High
school announciS'JthiT the prospects
for a football team this year are
?giM.- The W^h tfcKodl boys 1 Rave
shown a jiedietf interest Tri'the sport,
showing'' ip id? T?rarti?TW?ry ifttfr
noon reidy to ffgiit ^ifsrrt- ! for tKe
school with tttfaafae-W1 fi. H. R.
spirit that' hW/^ron'the sclrcwt Yni&y
: a victory" in ma'fiy
def eats,' ."'/X;,' '
" The following bc^a.jUle t})e players
from whom the filial eleven will be
complete?' Bill Er^fin, Boy 'Neil, WaJ
tei- Siflard; Valfar'.Clayton, Albert
Mesce, "Mai*' WUmtl: Everett ' Hug
gms, M -xhienRer, Jack ."Loftis,
John Pirkelsiawr, . Lingdon English,
Walter- "Woo*, Bnf-Neal " La: Salfe
; Lance, Weflt ?Dfickworth, Glenn Ship
'man arid; Pug ttinton.*, f
There are only three letter' men
'back for WWWtStf year; Bill Er
Sahachner will play in the bAck'field
and Lance i? line. A few of the
otben ve bad ? little -ex
. perieTice' Jchopl, ' games
;th6ugb the majority are new men.
! Practiq?.lj>aarali'edif revealed that
the boys xnoW, <}he (^r%fne and they
have the Tatirff* fo+ an unusually
good team If they .will apply them
selves ? to. It wkole-beartedly. Though
the liitfc'Vftf bfe-Jig h?it has some fast
steppers and sKotild atone for what
it lacks1 -hi 'Weight by.- brain and foot
I Four games have already been
scheduled jjor tte Mjaaon, Henderson
ville, Mans .HiTl, Canton and Fruit
land. The first game has not been
i The Slue Devil eleven wift be an
sasa%^??- :?'? a??
parents hen?u_from .hp? work near
Washington, ' D. C.
D. H. Orr is suffering with blood
poisoning in Wfl'h^nd;
Miss Croushorn left
Wednesday, >%o attend school- at St.
Genevieve-o$$he-PJnes, at Asheville,
where she ia'A^rrtor.
/? Rat die
Kittfc Rat }*and. Mice. Abso
lutely ^'reveaitg tfye odor from
carcasaei-Qne ffockage proves
this, i* 'Qomes in pow
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