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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1940)
day . DECEMBER 8. IBM.
8.75, with medium to good grades at
'07.75 to 8.25. A few feeders sold at
07.50 down. Shorn lambs made 07.75
to 0745, the latter under a sort, with
summer shot» offerings at 08.00 to
8.15. Yearlings sold at 08.00 to 7.00.
Medium to good ewes made 03.00 to
The following quotations are based
on prices being paid in Monday’s
Cattle: Good grain-xed steers 010.00
to 10.25. Short fed steers 08.75 to
9.50. Good grain-fed heifers 08.50
to 8.75. Good grass heifers 07.50 to
845. Good beef cows 08.50 to 7.00,
medium 05.50 to 6.25, common 04.25
to 5.00, canners 03.00 to 4.00. Bulls,
.medium to good 06.25 to 7.25, com
mon 05,00 to 5.75 Vealers. good to
choice 010.00 to 1040.
Hogs: Good to choice cariota 08.40;
170 to 215 lb. truckins 08.25 tQ 6.35;
230 to 285 lb. butchers 08.50 to 5.75;
lightweight butchers 05.25 to 5.75;
packing sows 03.50 to 4.50. Feeder
pigs 04.00 to 445.
Sheep: Good to choice spring lambs
08.50 to 0.75; medium to good, 07.75
to 8.25; canon 07.00 to 740. Slaughter
ewes, good to choice 04.00 to 4.50.
Feeder lambs, good to choice 07.50.
Shorn lambs 07.75 to 7.85; early
shorn lota 08.00 to 8.15.
Geo. Henninger, formerly of Fish
appointed. we mean, that trap, who now lives at Milton, Ore.,
ve contributed tor this on account of the school facilities,
writes us that they are getting along
very nicely there.
int received here tor Red
Relatives of state wards in the tu
berculosis hospital, state hospitals and
Fairview Home have paid the state a
total of 11,315,802 for the care ot
those wards since the state adopted
the policy of requiring these pay
ments. according to Dan J. Fry, sec
retary of the State Board of Control.
Bullards, December 4, Mrllmgtou,
December 5, Locust Grove; December
17, lowers; December 18, Sitkum;
December 18, Bayview; December 30,
While half of the extension units
will be studying how to be a more
charming person, the others will be
learning to make hooked rugs to be
presented to the extension units by
project leaders. These meetings are
December 4, Valley View; Decem
ber 10, Coos River; December 11,
Catching Inlet; December 12, Sum
ner; December 13, Norway; Decem
ber 17, Broadbent; December 17
Fairview; December 10, Marshfield;
December 20, Eastside; December 27,
Any person interested in getting
additional information in regards to
these meetings may contact the local
chairman or the home demonstration
agent in Coquille.
Applications for renewal of chauf
feurs* licenses are now being received
at the secretary of state's office. Cur
rent chauffeur licenses expire Dec .31,
after which 1041 licenses will be re
No renewal notices are sent out,
but holders of current permits may
fill out the form on the reverse side
of thgir license cards and send it to
Salem along with the renewal fee of
one dollar. Persons who do not hold
current licenses are required to take
the state examination for chauffeurs
before being issued their 1041 cards.
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