National Geographic : 1917 May
The Multigraph Senior, electrically driven and completely equipped for high-grade printing-with printers' ink, type or electrotypes; or for producing typewritten letters in quantities. Prices, $670 to $720. Hand-driven models, $175 up. Easy pay ments. Counting Costs and Cutting Corners Everybody who counts costs these days cuts corners. Take a hint from big business on the subject. It will save you just about half of the dollars you're paying for printed matter. That much corner-cutting would count, wouldn't it? Your costs on stationery, office forms, price-lists, and the like are higher than ever before. They're still going up, with no one sighting the end. The way out is via the Multigraph. That's the way 18,000 businesses, big and little, cut a corner that cuts costs. What were your bills for printing last year? Make a guess. Write down the amount. Subtract 25% to 75o, depending upon how keen you are to utilize the Multigraph's normal capacity. Or be extra-conservative; take the minimum, 25%. The result is what the Multi graph would have put back in your pocket last year. Also it would have handed you, as a bonus, speed, convenience, privacy, dispatch, that you didn't have; and would have eliminated your waste on forms bought (to get a price) in too-large quantities. When will you begin costs and cutting corners ? counting Now-if you use the coupon. You can't buy a Multigraph unless you need it The Name Multigraph, 1821 E. 40th St., Official Position Cleveland, Ohio. Firm fProduces realprinting andform-typewriting,rapidly Coun me in n Street Address _ a hearing on Street Addre's economically privately,in your own establishment counting costs and cutting Town tat corners. ,- 'I Is r ~I I "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."