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NATCHEZ GUN SHOW: hunting, fishing or other- Sept. 26 & 27. Natchez Con- wise trespassing, except vention Center, 211 Main with the explicit permis- Street, Natchez. 9-5 Saturday, sEen of the undersigned 9-4 Sunday. Adults $7. Chil- or joint owner. All previous dren 6-11 $1. Presented by Big permissions are thereby re- Pop Gun Shows! Exhibits in- voked. All violators will be dude Guns, Military, Hunting, prosecuted. No cameras or Knives. Gun Enthusiasts -- any other such electronic Dealem -- Collectors. Hourly equipment shall be allowed Door Prizes. Free Parldng. on the same without per- Concessions. No Flea Market mission of the undersigned. Items. Buy-Sell-Trade. All All permission previously Federal, State and ~ Laws granted to anyone for any Must Be Observed. Tie Downs reason to go upon the prop- Required. No Loose Aroma. No erty of the former Moore Loaded Guns. For information Lumber Company is hereby contact David Chancellor: 601- revoked and anyone found 498-4235 or bigpopfireworks@ thereon shall be severely or www.bigpopgun- prosecuted to the fullest Like us on Face- extent available under the book at Big Pop Gun Shows. law. Holmes Sturgeon Clip ad for $1.00 off adult ad- 6/11/15 -- 12/10/15 mission, not valid with any POSTED: All lands in other offers. Wilkinson County owned 9/17/2w by the Ed Rollins Family, AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise tres- passing. All former permis- sions are revoked unless ob- tained in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rollins 4/14 2007 Chevy Tahoe LTZ, loaded to the MAX. 176,000 miles, black with tan leather interior, automatic running boards, sun roof, rear en- tertainment system, naviga- tion system, back-up camera ... the WORKS! Come by office of The Woodville Re- publican to see. $15,500. No owner financing. Call 601- 888-4293, ask for Andy. 9/10/tf POSTED: ALL LANDS owned by Holmes Sturgeon in that property known as Sturgeon Hill and also known as the John T. Stur- geon Estate and Alonzo H. Sturgeon, et al, all lying north of the Buffalo River and on the north side of the Buffalo Road, 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 undersigned on Highway 24 East and jointly owned by the un- dersigned on the Jackson Louisiana Road and known as the Moore Lumber Com- pany property; are hereby posted against all forms of ' ,': The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 24, 5 :. INVITATION Keep Hummingbirds Coming Back For More by-Beth Baker Research Associate MSU Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture Mississippi summers bring unbearable heat and humidity, but they also bring many treasures, like longer days, more vacation time and hummingbirds. Many Mississippi resi- dents can't wait to fill up their feeders with a sugary concoction and wait for the buzzing of those amazing little wings. These tiny birds migrate south before cold weather arrives in the fall. Hummingbirds winter in Central and South America, and they return to Missis- sippi in early spring. Here in Missi~s!ppi~ you can begin to set out feed- ers in March to supplement their diet as hummingbirds begin to arrive from their migration from more south- ern latitudes. They will re- turn south in November. If you have feeders, it is good HUMMINGBIRD FEEDING -- Hummingbirds are to leave them out until you don't notice any humming- responsible for pollinating at least 150 plant spe- birds for two weeks, cies. Many hummingbird enthusiasts hang out POSTED AND PA- There are about 16 spe- feeders from March through November, when the TROLLED: All lands in cies of hummingbirds in Wilkinson County on the North America, 10 of which birds migrate south. It is best to leave feeders out have been identified in Mis- until no hummingbirds are seen for two weeks. -- Raccoon Road owned by the Estate of St. Clair Ross are hereby posted against hunt- ing, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former per- missions revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted. -- Estate of St. Clair Ross 10/13 POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County located at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, Woodville, MS, owned by Verna M. Freeman are hereby posted against hunt- ing, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former per- missions revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted. -- Verna M. Freeman 1~14/2yp Chimney-Sweep "A Clean Chimne , Is A Safe 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 Woodville 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA -- Trane Dealer -- We Accept Cards! ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING &and-By Ceneramr+ Tankle r WazerHea/er " Applian v Repair Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders Hero- a DISH! For 3 months. SattLrday, ,.Rever- the Zion the will/ , our Plebe come and to th.e cord~.,:! ~: Heroine Theodore B. Jolliff, ancient: ma- tron; Heroine/Betty Maiden, senior matmni:: Heroine Anna Mon tg~ety~or matron /2';, 'i , INV! ATIO , Rosie ~TATION Homecoming will be c~4- ebrated at the Bay Ridge Bap- tist Church on Sunday, Oc- tober 4, at 2 p.m. The Male Chorus from the Greater King David Baptist Church will t~ our musical guests. Dinner will be served. The public is invited. sissippi. The Ruby-throated Hummingbird which is the only species known to breed east of the Mississippi River, is the most common in Mis- sissippi. Hummingbirds are very small and have extremely high metabolisms. Because they spend so much energy flying, the birds typically consume 50 percent of their body weight in nectar every day. No wonder you have to refill your feeders so often! Hummingbirds are at- tracted to bright colors -- scarlet, orange, white and red -- which is why hum- mingbird feeders are typi- cally red. While commercial- ly made nectar is acceptable, you can also make your own. Mix one part refined sugar to four parts water, boil to dissolve the sugar and pre- vent fermentation, cool and fill your feeder. It's not necessary to use red food coloring. Do not use brown sugar, honey or sugar substitutes. Hang feeders in the shade, perhaps under the overhang of a porch, to help slow fermentation and growth of algae in the feeder. If you have noticed a hummingbird bully at your feeder, it is likely a male bird defending the food source. Once they mate, the male typically allows his female, or females, to share his food. To decrease the likelihood of one male dominating all of your feeders, hang. feeders out of sight of each other. You can cluster them to attract more hummingbirds, but provide visual blocks like shrubs or house corners. Hummingbirds are very important pollinators. They feed from tubular flowers. Hummingbirds are respon- sible for pollinating at least 150 plant species. Many gar- deners keep their beloved hummingbirds around by growing native flowering plants. When you add the correct combination of flowering plants to your garden, artifi- cial feeders actually become unnecessary. Hummingbirds prefer a habitat with diverse flowers and shrubs with overlapping blooming times to ensure there is plenty of food throughout the spring and summer. If you lack space for planting shrubs, you can use patio containers and hanging baskets. Managing your yard for all of the needs of humming- bins will help you attract and keep plenty of hum- mingbirds visible for the season. For them to consider staying around, you must make sure you are providing not only food, but also wa- ter, nesting sites and shelter from predators and weather. The Natural Resources Conservation Service cre- ated a leaflet that describes practical activities that can be used on private lands to McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!!! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- lOOac clients, 500ac-1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or email: alan@ Photo by MSU Ag Communications -- Rev. Frank Sullivan paster attract and support hum- mingbirds (see http://plants. throated_hummingbird.pdf). The leaflet provides exten- sive lists of management options, such as planting the appropriate flowering plants, preserving landscape diversity for insect popu- lations, limiting herbicide and pesticide use, manag- ing forested areas, creating a source of running water and combining a number of these options to increase habitat components. For more information on flowering plants fa- vored by hummingbirds, visit http://www.msu- JOB OPPORTUNITY :. " The Wilkinson County Library System annouaces that applications will be available beginning Monday, September 21, 2015, for the position of Library Clerk for its two libraries located in Woodville and in Centreville, Mississippi. The Job Description and Applications may be picked up in the Woodville Library or the Centreville Library or you may download an application from our website, httP://wcls.lib, under Employment. Applications are due no later than October 10, 2015. Applications may be delivered by a sealed envelope, to Loretta Lewis or LeReginatd Jones at either of the two libraries, by U.S. Postal Service to: Wilkinson County Library System, P. O. Box 397, Woody e, MS 39669, or emailed to,The Wilkinson County Library System is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, color, religion, creed, sex, age, physical handicap veteran status, or political affiliation. ANTIQUES, ART, IBLES FURNITURE, CRYSTAL &MORE U E& ONLINE:B! AVAILAB Classes.Training AVIATION Grads work with JetBlue, Boeing, NASA end others - slart here with hands on training for FAA certification. Financial aid if qualified. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-367- 2510. Employment.General ] CAN YOU DIG IT? Heavy Equipment Operator Careed We offer training and certifications running bulldozers, back- hoes and excavators. Lifetime Job Placement. VA BenefitsEligible! 1- 866-362-6497. MDOC Hiring Correctional Officers The Mississippi Department of Corrections is Iookieg to hire an estimated 100 new cor- rectional officers statewide at our three state 3risons-- Mississippi State Penitentiary (MSP) at Parchman, the Central Mississippi Correc- :ional Facility (CMCF) in Pearl and the South ~ississippi Correctional Institution (SMCI)in Leakesville. Interviews and screening will be conducted at all state prisons on Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 8:30 am. Correctional officers are responsible for the ;upervision, care, custody, and control of in- Tates. Starting pay is $1,886.61 per month. pplicants who accept the correctional offi- :er job must attend a paid 8-week training ~cademy and werk a 12-hour shift. job requirements include an applicant must 3e at least 21 years of age, provide proof of a ~igh school diploma or G.E.D., possess a valid driver's license and Social Security card, ~nd have no felony or domestic violence :onviction. 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