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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER, YESSIRREE.' He waa swathed in dirty oil skin From his fingers to his toes. ? And beneath the yellow slicker He wore a sailor's clothes. lie waa tanned and roughed and grit sled From his service on the sea. And he gave his occupation "Lighthouse keeper, yessirree." She waa dressed in dainty tea gown And she had a queenly air; She was beautiful to look on, Crowned by lovely silken hair Different from the grizzled sailor. She served nothing but green tea, Yet she gave her occupation "Lighthouse keeper, yessirree." tere ri ie h It was just fifteen minutes past twelve o'clock and the pupils of the Chesterton Academy had scattered in divers directions to eat their lunches. Some had gone to a clump of maples a short distance away, a few remained in the building, but the majority were scattered in little groups over the spacious play-ground. Among the lat? ter was a group of five girls who were seated on the grass in a quiet, seclud? ed corner of the play-ground, in the s...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

Fnb!lsh?d every s? hardey by John Ml' Jr , Published at 311 N 4th *?t . RU-hnm.ikI. Va JO'** MTTC"FIELL,.rR\ - EDITOR AU communication* Intended for ma bl tea Mon houldbe sent so ;i - us by Wed ah TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? t??e Copy, one year,.?._41.60 One Copy,eight months,._1.08 One Copy, six month*. .80 One Copy, four months,.- .60 I One Copy, three months,.. ... .40 ' Bingle Copy-..06 ' ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one Insertion.-.?_..$ 60 For one Inch e.ich subsequent Insertion.? 96 for two inches, three mon ths,.. ? 00 For two Inches, six months.-.. 1000 For two inches, nine months. 14 00 ?""ur two inches, twelvemonths. 90 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 fe lauding and transient notices per line. 10 FOSTA';?: STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION FIG HER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED 3>" SUBSCRIPTIONS. IhsPlanxt ls Issued weekly. The su bec rip U.cn price ls91.Wa year. In advance. "here are kock ways by which money can be Beat by mailatour risk?In _ Post office M Order, by Bank Check or...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

SATURDAY, DEC. 20.1898. AT WILMINGTON. For liberty they fell! While solemn dirges swell And toll their funeral knell, Lat us the story tell Of Negroes brave; Long crushed by slave's pelf, Manhood asserts itself, Inspired by suffrage's right, Blsck heroes nobly fight And find a grave! As patriots they died! Let us what e'er betide O'er all our dear laud wide. With the same comely pride, Our rights defend Untii this christian land. And white-winged pesc^ shall reign Within our loved domain From end to end 1 ?Des Moines, Ia., Bystander. ?? ? ? FSOM HA0KBN8A0K. Hackekback, N. J., Dec. G, 1898. It was stormy Sunday. Few attend? ed communion at Mt. Olive Church. Mrs. Idette Colve is indisposed. Lsgrippo i* prevalent here. Martha Allen fell and sprained her ankle last week. Mr. M. Toliver is out again. Mrs. Elizibeth Smith, white, charge d with hitting her stepdaughter. Alice, on the finger with a hammer and hold? ing the child's hand in hot water, was on Tuesday convicted. Mr?. Smith di r...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

Ibints iov tbe Xabies. a Novel Chair. development of the barrel Ss a particularly pretty one, as ls ia toe sketch. It is made out of and is not unlike the tall jTrandrnothers" chairs of the last cen oary, whose high hack and shut-in sides the occupant from draughts. fr? TBTB ItABRKL. CIIAin. I, low scat is upholstered with ttpriBgs and a tufted cushion, and the land back arc oororoo! with chintz. Citod lliinar Point*. Don't put borders on thc cai nets ci Itali rooina Don't buy anything merely because it is fashionable. See that it is good and suitable. Don't have a large-patterned wall pa? per in a small roora or a deep border athen the cellini; is low. There is said to be nothing better for m bam than to bathe it with a strong aaatu titra of carbonate of soda. To prevent flies from alighting on -aaatnre frames or chandeliers rub a lit? Als taft of lavender on them. Don't nae decided patterns for uphol lf you have already done so on walls and floor covering's. To take oil stains out...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 18 IASHIuGTOH LETTER THE DELIVERY OF THE MESSAGE. Stirring Scenes at the Capitol. THE POWER OF THE MINORITY. The Senate and the Treaty. THS EXPANSIONISTS IN THE MA JOBITY. I (From Our Regular Correspindent.) Washington, D. C.. Dec. 5.1898. Prudent McKinley's annual mes? sage to Gongres* is a thoroughly pa? triotic document from start to finish There is not a word of partisanship in it. Message will not only be read with interest, but it will be ca~efully pre? served, as it is an authtntie, condense 1 history of the events leading to the war with Spain, of the war, and of the results of the war, so far as they are known at this time. It is, in itself alone, sufficient to platte Presilent Mc Kinley in th** very front ranks of American statemen, if he had not al? ready attained that position. A LONG DOCUMENT. It is necessarily long, but contains no platitudes, no striving after effects nor bids for popular favor, lt is a plain statement of some of thc* most important...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

SATURDAY. DEC 10. 1R98. UITLE JOE AUD HEB FLO WEBS T wet s li'tle maiden. Wesson t aa a brees*. Ber eraaa with rosee laden, She the queen of the*e ; Taavwsagh verdant fields careering, Laughing sb she goes. Uer another's threshold near ina:, aUuebiag like s rose. sravr Teether she had flowers, Bee tat ifni and eweet, Ge?es?d nt id sun and showers. laaid theos at her feet. Waite soother's loving kisses Make her heart rebound, aksel sigh cot when she misses Ploys anon the ground. TV* the eek oe 1 this 'bp. ie, West et early morn, TaSrosgh the fields so grassy, Left mamma forlorn. Aa hesse so sick and cheerless, Teasing to snd fro also* Bte ero tbe voice so fearless Caf her liv tie Joe. ? See Ideer msmms. these roses, the daisies fair, i islip, see! repci-es, Sefotint' all the air." Tbe dear child *o lovrd fl ot:* , a kal nhe ondemto"*d Afeoot their hyaline power*. erith them to do good. O. M. Btkyvahiv MAGBO'S MESSAGE. FsflT Ensdsy 8*uvices?A Erilliant Mar tiare?Other Brevities. Last ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

VOL. XVI. NO. 1. RICHMOND, VURCrlNIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1898. PRICE, 5 CENTS. BROOKS' MURDERER NOW A FREE MAN. The Tenth Cavalrymen Uneasy. The Deplorable Condition.?No Justice for the Troopers. EITHER TO BE ASSASSINATED.?A HOT BED OF OPPRESSION. Camp A. G. FoBSB, Ala., Dec. ll, '98. "Horse" Douglass, the Negro villian ? who murdered Corporal David Garret and Private John R. Brooks on the night of November ll, 1898, is a free man. He was seen last Thursday niglit by several members of the loth Caval? ry in a saloon intoxicated flourishing a revolver and making threats, "He wa* going to kill more of the 10oh and boasting of having killed those two j and was backed up by the white citi? zens of Alabama. He w asf rrt sttd and locked up on cir-1 eumstanual evidence tried perhaps amd to-day he is a free man and yet the| Huntsville papers, other* edited in the South failed to note anything concern? ing the supposed trial, except a sen? tence of ten or fifteen words in the edi? torial...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

fcl I ^4 -SATURDAY, DEC. \7 1S9S WOMEN IN TURKEY. They Kn Joy Freedom of Speech and Wives Hrtala foll Control ot All Their rroperty. ! Divorce ia rare among the Turkish peasantry and the peusant women BS* far happier than their wealthier ? taara. The peaaant saaa of Turkey is aa upright, wholesome fellow, is Kimi t<> J bis wife and family and not eapricio' as is the Turk of luxury. Turkish dies of rank are as addicted to cigar- j 1 ettea ar-d cottee as ure their husbands, j * Every Turkish lady starts in lier day with a cup of coffee and several "V w IN STREET COST! cites. Thea she has her bath, a long. perfumed, comfortable affair. After that sin- attends to the comforts of her husband, lighting his hubble-bubble, or ?water-pipe, bringing his frosh robe, hot e and slippers. If a man of affairs be attends to his mail while his wife aits near, the children trooping in for caresses nnd to beg for moucy to bur sweetmeats. The custom of giving pence daily lo the children is ko uni...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

AT EVENTIDE. At aventide to me it sometimes seems Ttiat, ere the morrow's sun shall risa once more? Perchance, 'tia but a fancy born of dreams? My new born soul beyond the skies shall soar? And, the imprisoned spirit, its booda in twain. Tha life beyond shall seek, and not in vain. And Night, dark Night, shall come to us at last. And end the closing of tho setting day, When Death, the grim gray messenger, his net shall cas<. And, from this vale, shall summon us away i To join the throng of tiose who went before. And, in tho unknown world, to live for evermore. ?Horace Wyndham. It was while John Conning was in Switzerland, in 189?, taking a well earned rest after thc tremendous labor involved by his brilliant investigations in connection with what has come to be known as the Great Bl ve Pearl rob? bery, that he chanced to run into the arms of the tragedy of the Cestella Pass, and it is highly probable that. had the chance not befallen him. the manner in which Captain Spender came ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

Pnbll-rh-d every Retnrvlav >>v Jobs aTtachel. Jr.. Publish.-d at'811 3 4th St . Rirhs.mil, W, JO*W MITCHELL,. JR , - EriTTOR All co-nm un lea t loni in tend?d for tm bli cat lon Shoeldbc s?nt so aSto r<?aeh h?j bv'V * TERMS IN ADVANCE, a ?ns Oopy, ene year,.?-..$1.60 One Copy,eight months,..-. 1.00 One Oopy,six months... .80 One Copy, four months,.- .60 One Copy, three months.40 Bingle Copy.-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. For one tneh.one insertion.-?-1 60 For one Inch each subsequent Insertion... BS For two laches, three months..._ 0 00 For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two laches, twelve months. 99 00 Marri err* and funeral notices. 60 StandinK and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATES' HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED 9N aCB^CRIPTIONS. Tn x Pf.a set ts issued weekly. The sn bec rip aloa pripe ls|l.S0 a year, in advance. There are four wats by which rooney can be Beat by mall at out risk?in _ Post Off ce Money Order...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

S.VTURDW DEC. 17, 1898. PYTHIAN NOTES. 8?r Robt Weeden, Sir W. A. Jackson and Sir MiUus Jones, of 110 N. 5th St., ?809 W. Leigh St., and 1009 Sr. John 8t., respectively, who are members of r*lsnet Lodge, No. 23, are as yet con? fined to their premises on account of sickness. On last Sundsy evening Blooming Lily Court. Nu 142, Independent Order -of Calsnthe. enjoyed the very excel? lent discourse of M*j J. H. Brice in an annual address. Arno* g the dignitaries seated a-ound the altar we noticed Grand Worthy ?Counsellor, John Mitchell, Jr ; Grand Worthy Register of Deeda. Mis* Mar? ietta L. Chiles; State Deputy, Mrs. Anna Taylor; Mrs. J. W. Robinson, Mrs Charlotte Gwathmey, the Worthv ?Council >r of Blooming Lily Court, Ko. 142. in the p*>ra n of Mrs Cordelia ir*:emniine; Maj E. A.Washington, ?Catt. E.W. Cowan and Capt. Willis Wyatt of the Regimental Staff. Toe ?Cjurtand Hand of Calanthe wre out in full, also several members of sister Courts of the eity. Blooming Lily Company an...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

!3ints for tbe Xabies. BBSBBBBa_BS_SSBJS_a_J_r__IaT-E !REAl?rv tT TO WEAR AND HOW TO MAKE lt > Btegnrdlag .Seasonable waist of fancy figured \ is stylishly- combined I colored satin and mousse The fronts roll back in lapels from the neck to which are faced with tha with niching of mous tuil front of mousseline ia ttin in evenly spaced text ??????* shirring at the top and prettily at the waist-line. Tate s_ajj|srr ia of cream satin shaped atylish pointn under the cars. dat ls aopported by fitted lin that claw? in center front, the full docing nnder the left rever. afortable two-seamed sleeves wtyHsfa fullness arranged in gath t.aX the top and at the wrists points ?Uta white satin stand out faso ion may be part of a costume separately to wear with differ istitig skirts. ins of material and eolOT be artistically arranged and can be made in silk, cotton nar light woolen fabrics. Vclvi't Balda this way with revers and front of aaa 1.111, and decoration of point applique at ?eioocially...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

liMM^fi Uv SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1898. WASHINGTON LETTER PRESIDENT HcKlNLEYS SOUTHERN TOUR. Distinguished Visitors. The Census Com? mittee Meets. TO ADJOURN FOR THE HOLIDAYS. More About the Nicarauga Canal. ADMISAL DEWEY'8 WI8HES. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, D. C.. Deo. 12th, 98. President McKinley does not regard himself as personal guardian of Con? ferees, ss Mr. Cleveland did. There fare he and almost the entire Cabinet, together with members of their fami? lies will go South to-morrow, tobe ?way from Washington eight days, without any fear that Congreta will be frailty of anything very naughty while they are away. His long service in Congress makea President McKinley know how to treat that bedy in such a manner as to keep the good will of its members, regardless of party. It is always a good thine to be able to put yourself io a mao's place when you are ?leafing with him equally good for both parlies, as it tends to treating the oth? er fellow as you would like to...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 December 1898

t', SATURDAY. DEC 17. 1898. rSOdLAIM A FAST By Franeca E. W. Harper J Jroelaim a fast, a rolemn fast, From snow- elad hills to sunny landa. Till (Ethiopia shall ariae Aad stretch to Qjd her bleeding banda. *3 Hough days be dark and courage faint, Aad justice lies distraught, o'er thrown, Fr saeanber in the darkest bot r, lhat lied is at Ul upon his throne. Oar prostrate raee in darksome dsys, Groped through oppression's gloomy a agaa, Until tl.t-ir it-eble hands grew strong io grasp God's rube of love and light. Ard He who led his ancient flock ia triumph thrc ugh the parted sea, 1 1 alt pi ed and rent their galling chains Aad aet his captive people free. ?sy sot thst bore and faith are myths And prayer is but a useless breath, 1 hough evil see ns to thrive and grow, Its end is Borrow, shame and death Ye nen who strode up San Juan's hill, Aaa tramped our streets with mar? tial tread. ?Jo veil your arms with heavy crape Aad mourn abe ve our murdered aead. Fcsst rot of victories proud...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

'ft-^B** V&k&h VOLXVL, NO. 2. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 189a FRICE, 5 CENTS. 7 F WHERE TO BDY. Christmas Times Are Upon Us And Thb Cohen- Co. hare spared neither time nor expert* in their effort* to accommodate their customers. That palatial emporium ia stocked with finest and tha most use? ful supply of everything known to man in the dry-goods lice. If yon are married tend your wife, and you will beisurprited to know how much can be purchased with a little money. The Cohen Co. have made improve? ments on their already spacious build? ing to the amount of len thousand dol lara and they are fully prepared to make it worth your while to patronize .hem. Polite attention. The store ia now open until 10 o'clock during this week. Call and save money. Messrs. R0THEBT ? CO., have allied themselves with the people of limited means, while serving thoae who have hundreds of dollars to spend. Their d'Splay of goods rival those of previous season, while their plan of $1 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

SATURDAY, DEC. 24 L898 WETEX Doris rrmrricd I arranged to allow her a couple of hundred ? year, ern condition that she kept it a secret. I om blessed with a number of ?other nieces to whom 1 have no de fire to allow anything'. They are all nice girls, in their trey, and 1' particular fault to find with them; *jut they aren't Doris. .She aroa always my favorite, from the time she btgRB to talk. No doubt it was artful ot her mother to teach ber to say: "Nice nuclei" before she could toddle, but she did. nnd that settled the question of favoritism. Doris is a romantic you* with a weakness for writing | nnd all that sort of thing, and she had some scruples about, keeping a secret from her husband; bail 1 Insisted* "Of court*?, if Harry should ever be hard np, you'll have to tell him and sro Bharea,M l said. "But If he has a ? ?" "Ile hnsn't," she assured me. WbcTi they bad : ried about 15 months she called at my office OBS afternoon. Bbc kissed bbc I aud termed me "l*< :ir old uncle"...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

CHARITY. ^'m. Oh. th* world's cruel ocr-?.um, What scrr->w '.t can bring. When heartless words are spoken That leave a bitter stix**-. m Ko matter whether Just cr not. They are often said the same. Almost crushing- a poor soul That ls not a blt to blame. Their life ts such a struggle. To meet Its dally care. Until it seems their burdens Are more than they can bear. When most they need encouragement And little words of cheer. Too often lt ls censure And maltee that they hear. If we were only as willing To repeat good as we ar* Ul, Would we not he more happy. And others happier still? L<et us th*en be charitable. Give Joy Instead of pain? One single Kindly -vord WM como bock ten-foW again. --?Virginia C. Smith, in Cleveland Leader. Ba**?^- ?.?...??..?...?.......q j MR. PARKER j SJ**?i?ii?iiiiiitiii i ? ? ? ? ?s) IT WAS during the period when, at certain German baths, the visitors -were of all naliona rties. Such are the sMths where the tedium of the cure ie enlivened by the vari...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

Published <*verv Saturdav by John Mitchel. Jt? Published at Sit N 4th St, Richmond. Va' JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. - EDITOR AH communications Intended for publication ?houldbe sent so asto reach us by w,-,' " TERMS IN ADVANCE. Sk a?ne Copy, one veer,.?^.._....?....??..41-60 One Copy,eight months... 1.09 One Copy, six months._..80 One Copy, four months._._- .50 One Copy, three months,._.40 Bingie Copy.-.06 ? ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one insertion._~.-..S SO aTor one inch each subsequent insertion... SS for two laches, three months.. 6 0? For two Inches, Rix months. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two inches, twelve months.SO OS Marriage and funeral notices,. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. IC POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIliHKR THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ?N SUBSCRIPTIONS. TkePlah-rt ls issued weekly. The subecrlp ?toa price ls tl.to a year, in advance. There are roua wats by which money ean be aent by mail atour risk?in - Post Office Money Order; by ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

-SATURDAY' DEC. 24, 1S?>8. WASHINGTON LETTER SEN. VEST ANSWERED. President McKinley's Trip. THE INCREASE OF THE ARMY. The Government of Hawaii. MTJOH ACTIVITY EVERYWHERE. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, D. C , Dec. 19,1898. Benato ? Platt, of Ccnn., never si eeks ernies*} he has something to ssy. Con? sequently, he a'wajs gets the atten? tion of his colleagues when he speaks, ?although he is not an orator in the ?general acceptance of the term. His strong point is facts, and he brought out sn unusual lot of them ?when he proceeded to demolish the things tet up by Senator Vest in the Blame of an argument in favor of his resolution, declaring that this govern? ment bad no constitutional right to acquire territory except with the in? tention of admitting it to the Union as sa Sis te. KA DE IT PLAIN. Mr. Platt made it as plain as A, B, C, that this government had a clear right to acquire territory io be dispog ed of in any manner it might see fl', ard clinched it by sho...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

SE HOL TALKS m TkiM '..ru*,?<! Mend. ire one bas to x-.onomize In space ssaaalns* a.y vat't-t, ;in arrange tlk* tba *1h ??? '* found very con? st. A. friend n%* one similar to td aa* a sh-? ovei lt?a three red piece that make-, u convenient saaece tu stand, a yiecc of bric-a-brac COKBKKKD STAND. a photograph or two that help to tbe corner attractive as well as Across the front is hung a that harmonizes with carpet furnishings, and the top, as well as is supplied with hooks from ?walch are suspended Uk- gurmeuts that ??? ******* liable to wrinkTe. ? Minta for Honnenlvei. ' aawsar boil anything that can be tjpoked by stean,;. f iNever wash poultry or meat. "Wipe them clean with a dam;-' towel. Ito remove all thc grease from the lerp of soup after having skimmed it kaBatb a skimmer lay a piece of porous ?"fn-otrn paper 03 top. It will absorb "?mumrf particle ot g. ease. Bolling; is the most abused branch ? nut sjookery; the average cook boils ahivtars that should be prepared othor *...

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