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"The Burton Process of Cracking to Make Gasoline"

By C. H. Claudy

Review of the Year 1914

Military Tactics and the Motor Vehicle

How the Power Vehicle Has Created a New System of Attack and Defense and Has Lessened the Chances of Cutting Off an Army from Its Base of Supplies;
The Armored Car Designs of Several Nations [plus cover image]

The Car of 1915

Some of the More Important Changes Ushered in With the New Year

By S. P. McMinn

The High Speed Automobile Motor

Relief it Promises From the Growing Burden of Weight and Increased Running Expenses

By Charles F. Barrett

The Storage and Handling of Gasoline in the Garage

A Discussion of the Various Systems in Use

By Herbert T. Wade

How Small Communities May have Good Roads

The Value of Whole-Hearted Co-operation

By Logan Waller Page

Chart Illustrating the Proper Lubrication of the Standard Motor Car Chassis

Instructions for the Systematic Oiling of All Important Parts of the Automobile Mechanism

By Victor W. Page

War Experiences of an Air Scout--II

The Patrol of the Sky

By Frederick C. Hild

American Automobile Coachwork

Criticism of Domestic and Foreign Car Bodies

By John Jay Ide

The Sinking of the German Pacific Squadron

Superior Speed and the Long-Range Guns Win a Running Fight at the Battle of the Falkland Islands

Which Pleasure Car Fits the Buyer's Purse?

A Price List and Reference Table of 1915 American Gasoline Pleasure Cars

By C. Edward Palmer

Which Electric Pleasure Car Fits the Buyer's Purse?

A Self-explanatory Table of the 1915 Models of American Pleasure Cars

A Business Man's Reference Table of Commercial Vehicles.--Concluded

Reference Table of Electric Commercial Vehicles

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    The Heavens in January - January 2, 1915

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