Another early article clipped from the Brooklyn Newsstand.
From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, July 23, 1910, page 13.
I was excited to find an image of popular character actor Edward Everett Horton from as early as 1910—not so excited when I saw how dark it was. I've attempted to lighten up the coloring a little so you can at least see EEH's features. Horton would have been 24-years-old at the time of the above clipping, about four years into his career.
Above, advertisement found in the August 29, 1915 edition of the Eagle, page 3.
Following is the earliest (clearest) image I have of Horton on a publicity still. This is from Poker Faces, a 1926 release:
Finally, a shot of Horton looking as we've come to expect him to look. On a 1930s trading card issued with Aguila Chocolates out of Uruguay: