Marko - My comment was intended to be constructive. You might find the following information useful.
The earliest known printed newspaper was in Beijing in 748.
Germany's Avisa Relation oder Zeitung, in 1609, was the first regularly published newspaper in Europe.
The first daily newspaper was The Daily Courant in London, published in 1702 (early 18th century).
The first newspaper advertisement in America was an announcement seeking a buyer for an Oyster Bay, Long Island, estate, published in the Boston News-Letter in 1704 (early 18th century).
Below, you will find a link to the Oxford English dictionary definition of "advertise":
I hope you find this helpful too.
The following link is an interesting potted summary of advertising, starting from 3000 BC and moving on to Roman times and beyond:
If you are interested in finding out more about the modern newspaper industry and how it works, I can recommend the following text to begin with:
Modern Newspaper Practice: A Primer on the Press by F W Hodgson.