Friday’s ad is for Schlitz, from 1914. In this ad, which ran in the Detoit Press on July 17, 1914, the warning inside the beer-drinking man’s head reads. “Nature has many ways of warning man of danger. The sense of taste and smell both serve for protection.” That’s followed by them stating that those skunk aromas and flavors come from “beer from light bottles.” They suggest; “Why take the risk?” Brown bottles are better, so buy Schlitz.
Miles Jordan says
Aahhhh! Good old Mickey’s Big Mouth!!