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"Then raise the price to subscribers," "Next month it will be larger still,” declared the H. I. E. "If we give our answered the H. I. E. “We've got to readers twenty cents' worth, they should keep this magazine ahead of the field. be glad to pay fifteen cents for it. And I And we're going to print in two colors, believe they will." too. That will add more to the bill. The “But what big articles can you promise best, most entertaining, and most valuable them during 1907 ?" asked the Business material, the most striking and remark- Manager. able photographs, all printed in the most “In a very real sense this is a news beautiful way possible, are what we owe magazine," replied the H. I. E. “At a to our 135,000 enthusiastic subscribers. I hundred outposts along the firing line of don't believe any other publication ever the endless struggle between man and the acquired well on to 150,000 warm friends forces of nature, our correspondents and in the short space of two years. We've photographers are stationed. As well got a wonderful ideal before us, too-a expect to give the program of a great vision of the time when every article war for a year in advance as to try to shall be as interesting as a novel by Du- specify what we shall print during 1907. mas, as inspiring as a trumpet-call, and But if hard work and money and edias valuable as the bank book of the torial judgment do not go astray, we Standard Oil Company. We've got to shall publish every month in the year a have big men to write that kind of ar- vital, almost breathing, picture of life as ticles."
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This illustration shows a very comfortable car-the Pierce Great Arrow 40-45 horse-power
The completion of the new factory in which Great Arrow cars will now be made marks an epoch in motor car building. This is the most completo devoted to the construction of automobiles in the world, and in some respects the most complete factory of any kind in the world. It has been planned to enable good workmen to do their best work. It will cnable us to build a great many Great Arrows as carefully as in the old factory in the past we have built a few. It is a factory that multiplies the efficiency of the best selected corps of workmen in the automobile world. We have spent the years that have passed in producing an American car for American conditions so carefully made that it would cover the greatest amount of mileage with the least number of adjustments, and now we have built a factory capable of keeping up the standard of the cars.
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