Mr. Tyler wears a top hat

Why does Mr. Tyler wear a top hat ? He doesn't have to. Fact is, he'd feel more comfortable in a cap.

But a top hat does something to Mr. Tyler. It gives him poise . . . a sense of appearing at his best. It enables him to swagger . . . makes him feel a little bit superior . . . raises him above the rest of the crowd.

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Of course you'll want it regularly. If you'll mail the coupon in the corner with your check for five dollars, it will save you a small fortune in money, and a monthly trip to the news stand . . . and keep your head above the crowd . . . for two full years. You couldn't ask snore than that of five dollars t

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