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PALO ALTO PRESS. r EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY VOL. i. P.U.Q ALTO, SANTA CLARA COUNTY, SUNDAY, SKPTKMBKK 14. .902. Madame Neergaard's Weekly Lesson in Paimisty. THE SPATULATE HAND.—FIRST READINGS OF PALMS. explorer's discovers, nnd also en- niiR-cr.-, and mechanics, but it is by 110 menus confined losucb. people, nnd can be found <u nlmn-t every walk 01* life. In the lawyer it -jives more activity, expression and enthusiasms Thpndor imssesscd of this type -.vii! have greater adaptability and better power of mimicry ihnn Tbe spaltilate band is broad in iliL-ptlm -jud Urge in tbe finger tips, and is called .spauiiatc l>C' cause ibe fingers resemble a druggist spatula. It is broad at tbe base and across tlie fingers. This band, when firm and bard, , indicates a nature restless nml ex citable, but full of energy and purpose. When soft and flabbv, These poonle are fearless ami radical in their view* as a rnle and are not held down by dogma. Originality is their strong point. They care lit'l- for antiquity. It is lhe! NoT„._Additi0„al mailer of a present aud immediate- fttlttre which; ,oca, „aUlIe jH11 ,)e fom|(1 0„ „,,„, Interest them. -New' things appeal ; to them. Olil customs and old relics have not sreat calue in "•"•'• ■*- Gra-V ims '*"" ,n-<k' a THE DAILY RESUME OF Jtii TOWN, UNIVERSITY AND VICINITY Newsy Notes of Ihe People and Persons in this type •--**-•--■>er of the Democratic County nave not great their eyes. cau follow almost any career where Ct'**tral Committee.. there is activity, but they cannot j Mr. Z.. H. Martin of Shasta endure indoor confmemem. and'county is visiting the family of her Cannot even preserve good health' brother.-**). I>. Martin, on Kmersou ifcon Sued io rontine. They love'street. Mrs. J. I>. Martin has been ou; of door sj-oris aud nre fmid of dangerously ill for a long time, horses and travel. Tin Events Gathered to Interest Our Readers. TiMELV TOPICS TERSELY TOLD very domestic in their tastes. The restlessness precludes the pos*-*i!>iI- ity of settling down absolutely. [They arc the great leaders ofthe woiid and .-ire born to command. I Our greatest generals are of the spaltilate type. Architect 1 krvlin, who has charge of the work on the chaiiel :it St. Patrick'*-- Seminnrj. has condemn*.-.! So.000 brick in the past week. The brick were too jK-or to ?>e used iu any jurt of the work. Mrs. Peterson and daughters have i Miss N. It. Poole is enjoying a j month's holiday at Santa Cruz. ' jJ. S. Surveyor -'.ener.il Q-mhatn Same oiit from San i-'i.in. iscii this ; week to *-'-:• Sir, and Mrs. TeWw Ii. W. Simkins waa in San Jose j yesterday attending a (nccting ol the Santa Clara Press .V.swiaijon. j Mr.'ami Mis. James Pari ell went ' to San Francisco a few (lays ago to WKBKLY RBAUIXC (IF PALMS. A great deal of interest is being manifested over this new feature of the Press anr^ a large* number of palm prints have already : rented the l-'h/gcrald cottage hi j n*-*eud the we. Ming of Mr*-, P'arrcH's i Menlo I-ark, and will make their j --isier. j home there tor thc next two years. | (-,,,. „ - 0||| nierc|ia„^ suggests 'The young ladies have been leaders j|t|Kl, *t umiKi ■„_. ., goot] lUmi, lu have the curfew .*-.! ring during the in social interests here" aud will be much misse^ Miss Grace Doughty will leave TIIK SIWTn.A.TI. TYI'I- l>K IIANR which i** often the case, it denote*, one without a -tpatulale bund. Am the usiless but irritable Spirit. 'vtM-i- improved, if lite palm 1-. Such a person worts by lit*, and firm and ehi-uie. It- spatula tc starts, and cannot stick to any linger lii'**-. Tli*- sjm'ul-tte i*» the thing long. -'and <,: cxpr-"**-i»ii I- enables the The peculiar attributes of the musician,to. impiovi*-*. nudVxccuie spatuhite hand are its intense love with buit'ei e..pret«1oiUSKaderewskl of action, energy and iudepcu- tins noticildy ttpaUilnie linger tips, deuce. . Some of our greatest lawyers and "Ii belongs to great navigators, orator* have bauds bi* this type.. been sent in. but- from which until- tomorrow for Shasta county, where bcr we can only make room for the,she will 0**11 her school in a few following: ; days. 'She has tatight several terms ' FkKDBahxks.—You will always "-that place, and the invigorating be poor, as you cannot save in the j«-r*f:S» mountains appears to be least. You have wasted a Urt of j of great benefit to her. money in gambling. Will marry; y. A. McGeorge, the Stanford !agnni in 1904. ■ graduate, who was recently, ap- j Chasm's Downing.—Beware of j pointed a teacher in the Sau Jose J a serious accident in the fall of 1904. j high school, has been obliged to de- jYou are too daring for your ownjclitie the position, .is he could not I good. Great financial success this | he released from his contract witli ] year. the Red IthilTschool trustees, j Kmma Dkan. — Yon have some! Last evening as Mr. !•*. C. Thiele musical tidt-nt, 1ml would make a1 was riding along University avenue I better trained nurse. You will in-J his horse stumbled, aud although Mr. Thiele is a fine horseman, lie wns taken unawares and thrown to the ground. 1 lis shoulder struck cat and sentimental. You will not the sidewalk arid lit. was consider- marry your present sweetheart. -ably bruised, but no bones were broken, and two or three days will find him all right again. Mr. Thiele cannot account f< •accident* as bis horse is very surefooted, but there doubtless was some obstruction iu the street tliat better trained nurse. You will inherit money this fall. Sa m Sm itii . — You have some \ trouble with your heart, both physi-) I- STOVES- ■! f Cook Stoves, $10,18.20,22.50,25.00,35.00 1 STEEL RANGES, .... $40.00 f Wicklfcss Blue Flue, - $7.50, 10.00, 12.00 I Something New In Gasoline, Perfectly Safe, I $7.00, Up. EVERY ONE IS GUARANTEED I Tr paMinso^ 1 161 UNIVERSITY AVE. I WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS $W3m&rtmtmMwmNe& ; Kva DoAKi*,—A voyage this-year would cost you your life. You are tin danger of drowning. Remain at 'home until the fall of 1903 at least? Ai.tck Hkai*.—You will go abroad in 1 903. A sodden,death' of-ui mule will leave you well off this fall. You have had poor health: i some lung trouble. l.oTTiK ih.ACK. — Your temper 1 will cause allyour.-domestic trouble. j You lack self-control. Your hus- ; band will ,>e much older than you S [are. Oiie child. ./*" ! Km.a Hi.ack.—You will have a .*£ long life, although you have*kid- *•',* ! h'cy trouble. Your father is ad- *-T dieted to itftuor. He will improve. .*-£ : You will marry iu 1903, A great *g change in iyo."i of location—you -£ wijl go ICast. ^" Sakah Dowxinis. — Your life "-? j has been a very hard one. -The Io*-s "g. I of your parents caused you to earn *gj ■ your own living early. You will %% not marry until you are --,5. ' fe I John Ai.i.kn.—You will secure a |g [ position out of town in the spring ; t!| You have been married( and div- « orced. Will marry again this fall. % Two children. caught her feel. whole niton hour. I:;trintn -S: Shule have put a line ping pong table *in their billiard room ami that fascinating game promises to rival billiards in popularity. Miss Olga Atherton ami Mrs. McCondry will leave Menlo Park in a few days for Manila where Mr. SlcCondry has a p-jsiiionr 'HfttV. ladies haw friemls in Palo AUo. Martin Towrie, the. well known baggage man at the Palo Alto depot, is al Santa Cruz for his vacation. Mr. Phippetls of San Pratt- cisco will take his place during liis absence. The first of the regular Tuesday night lectures lor the flcuicstci will be given next Tue«loy evening. Dr. -Jordan will Ik- the s-K-akcr, and his talk will Ik: tin "Tlte Making of Stanford Men." T. It. White, princip-d Ol the ramiuar school. San inlay visiting his nieces. Mr. White is the owner of tlie old Iielta Tan house I on Forest and Itryaut -.treet. his Washington I Francisco, was here immim&s »;isj»;/v K-M&Z'ii A New Creed In Boys' Clothes. . W.-'ltc- lu lie ■ n]> 1....11, U-li..| tlatt 111.- Is.v ..i 1..U v slioiil.l l.ac..c-l„ll„. tliat an- mode in erar* ":i'. r„ — ..l.illii. ins, riiili, V all wliill „.- ..:; ...ii tall,, -.,,- ...ir- ,«nl ..iirs-'l,.^ nrmaklns rinht -l,:,i- evi-r p..-. er..: Sta*. Jl Full Line of Boys' and Cl.iltlrcits CLLOTHIING. THE HABERDASHER! PALO ALTO I
|Title||Palo Alto Press 1902 September 14|
|Date of Publication||1902-09-14|
|Number of pages||4|
|Place of Publication||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Publisher||W.J. Davis & W. Lewis|
|Source||Microfilm collection in Rinconada Library|
|Coverage||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Rights||Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Publication Title||Palo Alto Press|
PALO ALTO PRESS.
r EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY
P.U.Q ALTO, SANTA CLARA COUNTY, SUNDAY, SKPTKMBKK 14. .902.
Madame Neergaard's Weekly Lesson in Paimisty.
THE SPATULATE HAND.—FIRST READINGS OF PALMS.
explorer's discovers, nnd also en-
niiR-cr.-, and mechanics, but it is by
110 menus confined losucb. people,
nnd can be found C'
cause ibe fingers resemble a druggist spatula. It is broad at tbe
base and across tlie fingers.
This band, when firm and bard,
, indicates a nature restless nml ex
citable, but full of energy and
purpose. When soft and flabbv,
These poonle are fearless ami radical in their view* as a rnle and are
not held down by dogma. Originality is their strong point. They
care lit'l- for antiquity. It is lhe! NoT„._Additi0„al mailer of a
present aud immediate- fttlttre which; ,oca, „aUlIe jH11 ,)e fom|(1 0„ „,,„,
Interest them. -New' things appeal ;
to them. Olil customs and old
relics have not sreat calue in "•"•'• ■*- Gra-V ims '*"" ,n-