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INVITATION Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 mini- mum for 60 words or less. Over 60 words, 13¢ per word, first insertion, subsequent insertions 11¢ per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No exceptions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669• 1/tf HOUSES FOR RENT: 3BPd2BA, $850 rent/S850 deposit; 2BR/1BA, $750 rent/S750 deposit, in Natchez area -- i mile from city lim- its. Available now for Oct. 1 move in. Call 601-446-9647. 9/25/6w NATCHEZ GUN SHOW: Sept. 27 & 28. Natchez Con- vention Center, 211 Main Street, Natchez. 9-5 Satur- day, 10-5 Sunday. Adults $7 Children 6-11 $1. Present- ed by Big Pop Gun Shows! Exhibits include Guns, Military, Hunting, Knives. Gun Enthusiasts -- Deal- ers -- Collectors• Hourly Door Prizes. Free Parking. Concessions. No Flea Mar- ket Items. Buy-Sell-Trade. All Federal, State and Local Laws Must Be Observed• Tie Downs Required. No Loose Amino• No Loaded Guns. For information contact David Chancellor 601-498-4235 or bigp_ ouaranshows.com. Like us on Facebook at Big Pop Gun Shows. Chp ad for $1.00 off admission, not valid with other discounts. 9/18/2w MONUMENTS FOR SALE: Quality headstones w/flower pets, built and de- livered by licensed builder, Horace Mack Earls, call 601- 888-4600. 9/ll/4wp DRIVERS: Home Daily! $2,500 Sign-On Bonus! Com- prehensive Benefits Pkg! Personal vehicle required• Werner Enterprises: Call 1-855-614-8488. 9/1114w YAKKASSIPPI: Pay- ing Top dollar for Minerals &Royalties in Wilkinson, Amite & Pike Counties. Please call Cody Sharp @ 325-232-7813. 9/11/4w LOOKING FOR SHUT- TERS: Need wooden window shutters 6 feet tall by 16 inches wide. Call 601-888- 4293. 3/6/tf Nathaniel Baptist Church on Hwy. 33 south of Centreville invit you and your family to come and be part of our Wor- ship Services. Sunday School is every Sunday at 10 a.m. Worship services are held ev- ery Sunday at 11 a.m. Prayer and Bible Study are held every Wednesday at 6 p.m. Come let us li up the name of Jesus together!!!! INVITATION St• James Baptist Church Pastor's Anniversary will be held on Sunday, September 28, at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles Bell and Chapel Baptist Church  be the event guests. INVITATION United Ministries of Faith cordially invites all churches and their attxih'aries to join us Wednesday and Thursday, Oc- tober 15 and 16, for ourAnnua/ Work Shop at the Bleakhouse Baptist Church at 7 o'clock nightly• This yeats theme is "Steward-Ship." The topic for discussion ll be 'ove and Fellowship." Bring a friend, you Hill be blessed. Pastor Al- len Handy, pres.; Pastor Roo- sevelt Palmer, 1st vice-pres.; Pastor Robert Strickland, 2nd vice-pres.; Rev. Berkley Turner, sect.; Deacon Severe Gaines, treasurer POSTED: All lands in Wilk;nson County owned 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 POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Willdnson County on the Rac- coon Road owned by the Estate of St. Clair Ross are hereby posted against hunting, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former permissions revoked, unless obtained in writing. Vio- lators Hill be prosecuted. -- Es- tate of St. Clair Ross 10/13 POSTED: All lands in Wilkinson County owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise tres- passing. All former permis- sions are revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted -- Dick Si Whitaker 7/17/6 mos Flow Control Service 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 Woodville 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA -- Trane Dealer -- We A=ccept Credit Cards! ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION s PLUMBING * Szand-By Cenerazor, • Ta n/v [  ;J" Water lie a ter" • Appliallev Repair Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders PromotionaIpackages $1Q99 Starting At... I t m FOR 12 MONTHS Not eligible for Hopper or HD. Upgrade to DISH TODAY! loin Without a Contract! ,I' NO Contracts. v' NO CreditCheck. v' NO Commitment. Not eligible for promotional pricing The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 25, 2014 Page 5 STARTING YEAR WITH A SPLASH --Girl Scout Troop 5211 members and their families of Woodville went to Gulfport recently where INVITATION Please join Bay Ridge Baptist Church in their Homecoming Celebration on Sunday, October 5, at 2 p.m. Dinner will be served. -- Reverend Frank Sullivan, pastor Mary E. Hollins 9-22-1938-8-14-2013 It's your birthday up in heaven and we're wondering what youql do. Will there be a celebration and a cake to honor you? Are the angels busy breaking eggs and sifting flour? Is the angel choir practicing as it gets close to the hour? Is there ice cream made from snowflakes and some candy made from clouds? Will it be just you and Jesus, or all the happy crowds? We won't be there to hug you or to count and pull your ears, and we're sure we will feel lonely as we shed some birthday tears. But we know your heavenly birthday will be your best one ever! Just remember, we'still love you.., on your birthday, and forever! -- From your children & grandchildren Pd. Ad. #6"  JIt ]928 -- 20o8 I they had great fun at a water park. The troop really enjoyed beginning the year with a splash. Submitted Photo MLK FEATURED STUDENT OF THE WEEK -- The Martin Luther King Jr. Career and Technology Com- plex has recognized Timothy Williams as the featured Student of the Week. He has been chosen because of his spirit, desire and overall attitude. MLK Director Kimberly Jackson stated that his positive mannerisms stand out immediately during his socialization with other students as well as during classroom sessions. He has an intense desire for knowledge of carpentry work. His instructor, Mr. Bruce Bullock, recognized this from the first day. His mother, Irma Williams of Doloroso, is a major factor in his life and the choices that he makes. He is proud to wear #61 on the Wilkin- son County High School football team where he is a defensive tackle. Timothy said that his motto is "Keep your head up and do the right thing." With that in mind, he is destined for success. -- Photo Submitted Health Officials Confirm 2 West Nile Virus Deaths, 12 New Human Cases On September 22, the Mis- sissippi State Department of Health (MSDH) cenfmned two new deaths and 12 new human cases of West Nile virus (WNV), bringing the state total to 37 cases and five deaths so far in 2014. The deaths were reperted in Lee and Coahoma counties• The new cases were reported in Adams, Carroll, Coahoms, Clarke, Forrest (2), Hinds (2), Jones, Lee, Monroe, and Wash- ington counties. The MSDH is also reporting 1 human case of St. Louis En- cephalitis (SLE) in a Coahoma County resident. So far this year, human WNV cases have been reported in the following counties: Ad- ams (3), Bolivar (1), Carroll (1), Coahoma (1), Clarke (1), Covington (1), Forrest (6), Har- risen (1), Hinds (9), Jones (1), Lauderdale (1), Lee (1), Madi- son (1), Monroe (1), Newton (1), Rankin (4), XLhzoo (1), Washing- ton (1), and Wilkfllson (1). Five WNV deaths have owred, in Coahoma, Forrest, Lee, Madi- sen, and Yazoo counties. The MSDH only reports lab- oratory-confirmed cases to the public. In 2013, Mississippi had 45 WNV cases and five deaths. "This is typically the time of the year when our case num- bers rise, given that peak sea- son ha Mississippi is July, Au- gust and September. Its a good reminder that WNVis through- out the state, and all Mississip- pian should remain vigilant, even with cooler weather," said MSDH State Epidezm'ologist D. Thomas Dobbs. The MSDH suggests the fol- lowing precautions to protect yourself and your environment from mosqnito-borne illnesses: • Use a recommended mos- quito repellent that contains DEET while you are outdoors. Remove all sources of standing water around your home and yard to prevent mos- quito breeding. • Wear loose, light-colored, long clothing to cover the arms and legs when outdoors. • Avoid areas where mosqui- toes are prevalent. • Travelers to the Carib- bean should take precautions against mosquito exposure. Please see www.HealthyMS. com/chik for more information. For more information on mosquito-borne illnesses, visit the MSDH website at www.HealthyMS.com. Follow MSDH by e-marl and social med/a at HealthyMS.comJ connect. ' University Of Southern The Natchez Festival of Music will present the University of Southern Mississippi Symphony Or- chestra performing a con- cert entitled From The New World, to include Antonin Dvorak's New World Sym- phony and Cello Concerto, Thursday, September 25, at the Margaret Martin Performing Arts Center in Natchez• Mississippi Orchestra Concert In Natchez Sept• 25 Jay Dean, Director of Music and Principal Con- ductor of the USM Sym- phony Orchestra, along with Ivan del Prado, As- sistant Conductor, both renowned and internation- ally celebrated, will preside at the event featuring Alex- ander Russakovsky playing the cello. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. The Grape Es- cape Club Room will open at 6:30 p.m. for drinks, cash bar only. Tickets may be purchased at the door, or for advance purchase online please visit www. natchez pilgrimage.cam or telephone Natchez Pilgrim- age Tours (NPT) 800-647- 6742. Student and mili- tary discounted tickets are available with ID. 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