Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - January 15, 1935, Charleston, West Virginia
Inside Your HomeMake It More Attractive For Contentment
A N ARRANGEMENT of table and books under a light ... a couch, its cushions, the picture it faces. You know what things look like in your home. You know where to find them, what they mean to you. When you read advertisements, you can imagine what the objects they picture would look like in your home; you can know where to find them; what they will mean.
Advertisements put things frankly before you. They show how that radio would make that corner happier. How much more attractive your windows would be with just those sheer glass-curta ins. How your mantel needs that ma^oorany clock or those tall, thin candles. They tell von definitely where you can buy latest good things to increase your pleasure . . . help you know them intimately—as if already in yo*»r livinn-room, bedroom, kitchen. They tell of values that won’t wear out in a hurry. Honest pleasures you might otherwise miss.
Read the advertisements The Daily Mail.With their help you
can buy with economy the best you would liice to enjoy
THE EVENING NEWSPAPER