North Carolina Newspapers

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Sudden Death To Hogs
of tha fint roal cold woatbar last «wk
iiaidhhiici. It fa a lima for plaaauio u
irorlr. Han la a typical scene on the :
ber on the individual farms
range* from two up.
First the hams, shoulders,
sides and other choice parts are
salted down for pOld storage or
later smoking. Then the sausage
meat is cut for grinding . . ; the
famous chitterlings are cleaned
.. . and at last the fat parts are
cut up for the rendering of lard
in cook pots over theyard fires.
Hie sun is low in the west when
the East of the cracklings have
been pressed, foc^the last bit of
Wilder's iard
Despite its deadly effect on
friend porker, hog-killing time
is * tone for neighhorliness on
the farm. A' Tot of visiting gets
done. And the pay is good—4a
tenderloins, backbone, spareribs,
liver and other pork delicacies.
Must important, though, the
pantry and the smokehouse of
the farm is filled to maintain a
high standard of “living at
home" until hog-killing time in
March to catch the last of win*
ter** cold.
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hitford Hill
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day of Kinston spent
the
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CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
‘THE SAFE EXECUTOR’
At the Close of Business November 1/1949
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Cash and Due from Banks
5,563,271.82
State, County and Municipal
6,990,140.24
M««MWWK
76,464,646^2
5^14,800.31;
Loans and
LIABILITIES
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