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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, August 13, 2015 Page 5 Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 for up to 60 words. Every word over 60 word limit, additional 13 per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No excep- tionsl Mail to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/tf POSTED: ALL LANDS owned by Holmes Sturgeon in that property known as Stur- geon Hill and also known as the John T. Sturgeon Estate and Alonzo H. Sturgeon, et al, all lying north of the Buffalo River and on the north side of the Buffalo Read, as well as all lands owned by the under- signed on Caroline Creek and on the Percy's Creek Road and such property owned by the un- dersigned on Highway 24 East and jointly owned by the un- dersigned on the Jackson Loui- siana Road and known as the Moore Lumber Company prop- erty, are hereby posted against all forms of hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing, except with the explicit permission of the undersigned or joint owner. All previous permissions are thereby revoked. All violators will be prosecuted. No cameras or any other such electronic equipment shall be allowed on the same without permission of the undersigned. All per- mission previously granted to anyone for any reason to go upon the property of the for- mer Moore Lumber Company is hereby revoked and anyone found thereon shall be severely prosecuted to the fullest ex- tent available under the law. Holmes Sturgeon 6/11/15 -- 12/10/15 POSTED: All lands in Wilkinson County owned by the Ed Rellins Family, AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All for- mer permissions are revoked unless obtained in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rollins 4/14 Register Now For LRMC Code Red Chili Cook-Off!!! Calling all chili cooks! En- tries are now being accepted for the second annual Code Red Chili Cook-Offset for Saturday, September 26, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., at The Pointe of Americarm, 4200 Liberty Road, in Zachary, Louisiana. Competition is the name of the game, and the chili cook-off will offer companies, organiza- tions, youths and adults the opportunity to compete in an exciting and fun environment! Celebrity judges will name the Best Chili Champion and pa- trons will vote for the People's Cho/ce Award. In addition to tasting some world-class chili, there will be a craft beer tasting, dunking booth and other children's ac- tivities, raffles and live music featuring artists such as The Gillis Silo, Michelle Willis and West Without. Admission is free. The code Red Chili Cook )ffis presented by Americana, Level Homes, Superior Ford, The Advocate, WYNK, Fox 44 and Lane Re- gional Medical Center. All pro- ceeds will benefit the many projects of LaneRMC Founda- tion, such as cancer treatment services at the new Radiation Oncelogy Center on Lane's campus. The cook-offentry fee is only $25. Register online: LaneRM- SQUIRRELS CAN BE A NUISANCE -- Although squirrels traditionally gather nuts, seeds, acorns, mushrooms, insects and leaves from forested habi- tats, they also enjoy readily available food from backyard and agricultural habitats, which often causes conflict between squirrels and homeown- ers. -- Photo by MSU Ag Communications/Kat Lawrence Control, Manage Squirrels On Your Property by Jessica Tegt Wildlife Extension Professor Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture - Mis- sissippi State University Squirrels look cute and or by calling cuddly, but anyone who tries Theresa Payment at (225)658- to feed birds knows they can 6699. be persistent thieves at the bird feeder. Although squirrels tradi- tionally gather nuts, seeds, acorns, mushrooms, insects and leaves from forested habitats, they also enjoy readily available food from The Wilkinson County backyard and agricultural School District would like to habitats, which often causes thank the churches, vendors conflict between squirrels and the community for their and homeowners. support during their First Orchard crops, such as pe- Back to School Fest. -- Carol cans, can lose significant rev- Williams, WCSD Reading enue from squirrel damage. Specialist Homeowners placing feeders intended for birds can also face an ongoing struggle with POSTED AND PA- squirrel thieves. Sometimes, TROLLED: All lands in squirrels chew the openings POSTED AND PA- Wilkinson County located of birdhouses so they can get TROLLED: All lands in at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, in and eat nesting songbirds. Wilkinson County on the Rac- Woodville, MS, owned byFlying squirrels are small rooftops and making their way down to food sources. Providing an alternative food source for squirrels, such as an ear of corn or container of seeds, might deter squirrels from damaging garden or or- chard crons. In extreme situ- ations, taste repellents such as Ro-pelt can be applied to seeds, bulbs, flowers, trees and poles. Mississippi is home to three species of squirrel and several subspecies. Most common are the eastern gray squirrel and the eastern fox squirrel, but we also have southern flying squirrels. To The Citizens/Voters/Families/And Especia!!y Those "Bad Bodacious Wildcats" Thank You! Congratulations to the recent winners of the vari- ous positions in the Willdn- sen County Primary Election! Also, thank you for listening to my jargon as my heart over: ...... flowed on your behalf. I pray that something said or done will be an induction, and/or invention in your life. My life is so wealthy because of it! Sometimes we don't count victories as we should. We do not count them as the world, ultimately, anyway. We put our trust in GOD, KNOWING that no matter what the re- sults, we honor His Will. It was also about the legacy of what He did behind the scene. My family and I had never faced the task of trying to feed that many. Nonetheless, we were prepared. Dr. Kalvin Nathaniel, ERP, Atlanta and my son=m-law, asked to feed as many people in Willdnson as there was population (just over 9,000). One hundred plus came in-and-out for the fish dinner. Many more residents came for the barbecue on Sat- urday. If you were not there, you missed a physician's hands fry all of the fish, and barbecue all the meat. You missed every- one else as a team preparing plates, and feeding so many. We had loads of fun, and ff guests did not talk about the barbecue itself, it was about my '%aked beans." We had a ball! We truly have had a BLAST! They left behind a leg- acy of doing good which will be remembered through at least three generations and even longer most likely. Everybody thanked me as they headed to their homes, but the thanks Verna M. Freeman are enough to enter most bird- prefer mature forest as their hereby posted against hunt- houses and are especially primary habitat but will also ing, fishing and otherwise likely to eat nesting birds, nest in tree cavities and some trespassing. All former per- Squirrels occasionally human-built nesting boxes. missions revoked, unless ob- damage lawns by burying or The squirrel nest -- called a tained in writing. Violators digging up nuts. In gardens, drey -- is recognizable by its belong to you and you, and you for that opportunity. But my life will never be the same. If you missed it, you were invited! Always Trust Godl If this vic- tory included only my second and third generation as we fed, and hugged, and loved on ev- eryone who came for a fish din- ner or barbecue, we WON! The legacy left is ASTROCIOUS! Thanks to the churches who al- lowed me to speald Thanks for it ALL! FOREVER IN LOVE WITH YOU! Finally, thanks for all of the votes on my behalf. I am full of gratitude and love for each and everyone. Winning starts in the heart! You can't fake it, you can't break it! Keep '%Vinning," and '%Vinning ' you will because rveGOD BLESS! Dr. Annette Dillon/Under- wood & Family! Health Officials Confirm 3rd West Nile Case The gray squirrels are pre- On August 3 the Mississippi dominantly gray, but they State Department of Health can sometimes look red, black (MSDH) reported the third or even white. They have human case of West Nile virus pink-col0red paw soles and a thick, gray, bushy tail. The (WNV) for 2015. The reported case is in Simpson CounW. orangey-colored fox squirrel Cases have been previously is considerably larger than reported in Adams and Hinds the gray squirrel and has counties. a characteristic black mask The MSDH only reports and white colorations on the laboratory-confirmed cases to nose, ears and paws. the public. In 2014, Mississippi Both types of squirrels had 43 WNV cases and seven deaths. State Epidemiologist Dr. Thomas Dobbs said this third case is a reminder of the im- portance of preventing mos- quito exposure. 'ff-TAstorically, th~_'s the time of cases are usually reported in August and September - al- though West Nile V'mas cases can occur any time of the year" said Dr. Dobbs. Symptoms of WNV infec- tion are ofl n mild and may in- dude fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, a rash, muscle weak- ness or swollen lymph nodes. year when we see the number such as corn. They also will often be a nuisance to home- of West Nile Vmas cases begin chew bark and clip twigs on owners, it is important to to increase. The majority of ornamental trees or shrub- note that they do not pose bery planted in yards. In considerable harm to hu- residential areas, squirrels mans. They can be carriers snakes and some mamma- Sometimes travel power lines of ticks, mange, fleas and in- lian predators. and short out transformers, testinal parasites, but these If squirrels are an ongoing They gnaw on wires, enter issues do not impair theproblem, exclusionary and buildings and build nests quality of squirrel meat for diversionary tactics are the in attics. Fox squirrels can eating. Homeowners should most effective. Squirrel hunt- cause damage to loblolly and keep pets up to date on vacci- ing is also a legal and hu- other pine trees by chew- nations and parasite control, mane method of controlling ing bark from branches and Squirrels are a native and squirrel populations in lVlis- trunks, important component of the sissippi. Be sure to check the Squirrel damagecan be Mississippi forest ecosys- Mississippi Department of prevented in several ways. tern. They help with insect Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks First, to protect young and wild nut control. They website for squirrel hunting trees, encircle the tree with also provide an important seasons and regulations at a 2-foot-wide metal col- food source for hawks, owls, http'J/ tn a small number of cases, infection can result in enceph- alitis or meningitis, which can lead to paralysis, coma and possibly death. 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