Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1777-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Newspaper Page Text
This Is What The Long Mirror In A Men's Hat Department Has To Stand Tor, Show- The Man Who Looks, ToQuote His Wife. "Like Time In ’* The Top Hat And The Bullet Headed Man, All Waiting For A Stray Salesman To Show Look All Right. He Is Doomed To Bitter Disappointment - The Self-Conscious Men Whom Some Slipshod Sales- 1 man Has Left All Alone In A Big Hat Store With The '' *T^T. iff -*■-*££■ Conform Machine On His Head it' • mk*>> iH&r i "Now This Is Just The Right Hat For You —It Will Ease Up A Bit After You've Worn And With Deft And Busy .- - Fingers He Is Easing It Down On Mr. Wattles' Head The ■'♦ “S J M - Bones In Mr. W s Cranium Ate Feeling The . }* c » ' S‘(fiH t\ - •■• ~ • -r B;Wi^ — |* •; * ’ ’ * ton. The Salesman Thinks Day. VvlvEw d Sc iboAdlhCaflM WhlK Cha A IHOwR~ hA H ' \^H^HkjHBNWF/ . As.'^^^ 7 O I THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, I). ('.-GRAVURE SECTION-DECEMBER 30, 1923.