I'd hoped by this point to be able to conclude the Fables series but I haven't yet got my hands on any issues from the second half of 1896 so I don't even know if there were any more of them. Whatever Sullivant was doing in 1897 must have been done somewhere other than at Life. His work appeared there only twice during the entire year, both examples of the illustrated puns that had been a staple of the magazine since it began. Through the first 17 weeks of '98, where today's post stops, Sullivant appeared only five times, though one of these drawings is a knockout center spread. The World Encyclopedia of Cartoons says that at some point near the turn of the century Sullivant began contributing more often to Judge, which may explain his meager output for Life in '97 and early '98. No matter. There's still another 25 years of his work to go through.