How to write an ad in 1920s advertisements

An advertisement in 1920 was so ubiquitous that the ad agency for the United States government issued instructions to its employees to write and print ads that were similar to the original advertisement.

The instructions were to “give a little of what you have to say to the American people,” according to an article published in the Federal Register on Dec. 1, 1920.

But what exactly did that say?

It’s a little bit about the importance of the American dream, and it’s also a little about how hard it is to make a living.

The ad agency, the National Advertising Division, issued instructions for how to write ads in 1920 that are a little more practical than those found in many advertisements today.

In order to make an ad that is as “typical of a newspaper advertisement as possible,” the instructions said, you must follow the principle of “a story that is interesting and true to the average reader.”

And you must avoid giving too much information.

In other words, the ad should say something like this: If the American workers can get enough work, they will be better off.

The “good news” the American worker wants to hear, the advertisement says, should be “good for the country.”

The American worker “will be better able to earn a living if he has a chance to succeed in the great enterprise of American enterprise.”

If the advertisement is written in the same language as a newspaper ad, the instructions say, it should be able to be read by any person “without difficulty.”

The ads can be printed as small as 20-point type, with a minimum of 8,000 words.

They can be made as large as 100-point-wide, with 50,000 lines, and they can be as large or small as a photograph.

The rules of thumb are that a 10-point story in a newspaper is about 10,000 to 20,000 characters.

A 10-line story in an advertisement is about 100,000 or 150,000.

In the United Kingdom, for example, newspapers can run as long as 300,000-250,000 letters a day.

So if a newspaper story takes 100,00 words, and a 50,00-word advertisement takes 100 pages, it can run up to 200,000,000 in a day, according to the Advertising Standards Board.

The most popular types of ads in the United Nations headquarters in New York City are of a “national significance” and a “social interest.”

(AP Photo/Richard Drew, File) To get the best ad possible, it is important to have the ad’s “feel” right, said John R. Miller, who ran the ad campaign for the National Committee for the Adoption of the New Style for the Advertising Industry from 1918 to 1920.

It is important that the advertising should “feel like the story itself,” Miller said.

And if you have a lot of words in it, the word count is going to be high, and that’s why a lot is put into it.

So you want to make sure that the message is well understood and not only the ad is right.

To do that, Miller says, you have the following rule: “Don’t give a lot.

Just give a little.”

Miller’s ad campaign was so popular that it took up a section of the UN headquarters.

It featured photos of the presidents of the United states, Britain, France, and Canada.

The United States, which was the dominant nation at the time, was depicted as a nation of workers, farmers, and people of color.

The slogan “Workers and Farmers to the Future,” which is one of the most common slogans of the time for that era, was printed in bright blue letters and had the slogan “No To Fascism.”

The slogan, “Don’ t Make Me Happy,” was printed at the top of the ad.

The message was that the United Nation’s motto “No to Fascism” meant “No More Racism.”

This was the beginning of the world’s first political advertising campaign.

The ads in question were all the same, but the style was different.

The first of the ads featured a young boy and a girl, and the ad had a “good-looking young man” and “a girl in a blue dress.”

Miller said the “good looking” boy was probably a man.

“The girl in the blue dress was probably an actress, but it was not clear,” he said.

The same kind of advertising would be used in the ads that would follow, Miller said, as the ad business would expand.

The U.S. Senate committee that recommended that the ads be removed said the United Artists ads were “a great example of the need for a new style of advertising.”

It recommended that an ad agency should be created to create a new type of advertising.

The committee said it believed the United Artist ads were in the “highest degree of taste” and that they were “of a very high

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