La Plata Home Press, Missouri, May 7, 1881
The Washington Times, Washington DC, May 17, 1922
The Washington Times, Washington DC, September 16, 1922
Raymond Clapsaddle’s red hair caused him to be mistaken for a squirrel by Fred Painter while both were hunting near here.
Clapsaddle had lain down behind a log and only his head was visible to Painter. After extracting the shot from his face, neck and shoulders, surgeons at the hospital here said they believe he will recover.
Evansville Press, Indiana, January 4, 1909
Separation papers have been secured by a man and wife because the husband could not give up the tobacco chewing habit and because the wife insisted on kissing the cat every night before retiring.
Lilian Bond, 1931
Santa Ana Register, California, December 16, 1920
Oh! what fun to glide along the sidewalk and beat ’em all. A wonderful exerciser, $3.25 to $3.50.
The Bee, Danville, Virginia, December 8, 1941
on a bus about two weeks ago. As we are not yet old enough to need one, owner can identify same and have it back. It is marked with the initials “J.M.H.”
When we advertised some eyeglasses a little white back the owner called for and identified them next day, but at least two dozen people ‘phoned us they had lost their glasses.
Clara Bow and friend, 1930