|Pensacola Journal, 29-August-1921|
This image does not strongly resemble Buster Keaton. I have never seen the word "gigglelouge" before. I guess it is supposed to suggest "travelogue."
|Lakeland Evening Telegram, 25-August-1921|
The first feature film that Buster appeared in, The Saphead, was still in release.
|Bisbee Daily Review, 28-August-1921|
"Buster Keaton Now One of the Leading Comedians in the U.S." It was common for newspapers to run a small new item, which may have been provided by the distributor, along with an ad for the same movie.
|Indiana Daily Times, 03-August-1921|
"Here is Buster."
|Moscow, Idaho Daily Star-Mirror, 15-August-1921|
"Sober Faced Comedian Buster Keaton to Appear."