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RICHMOND, VA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY i, 1911.
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6wes them much tooR? Concern Than
the inside of their heads, but the
inside of The heap iseasyto see if we:
just observe Theouts.de. for instance
THE long HMMh^Ta musician wears,
andthe close cropped Brush ofThe plug
?GlY^ThE cunning, curly #ANGS of the
fORNER LOAFER ALL REFLECT The mental
PROCESS ON THE INSIDE OF THEIR heads. YOU
know The Careless man by his hair and
the sweet Tempered aian shows it im
his face, so does the vjurly or dishonest
man. kind,sweets.forgiving men never
have hang dog faces, brave, honest men
never rAILTb LOOK You right in the EYE*.
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