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The New Mississippi, Americanization, and more

Bone and Sinew for Our Aircraft

Winning the World War in the Forests of Oregon and Washington
[harvesting trees and sawing wood]

By Horace E. Thomas

A Laboratory on Wheels

Machine Tools of Concrete, The Current Supplement, and more

Monster Creations of Steel and Stone to Help Crush the Kaiser

By Robert H. Moulton

Strategic Moves of the War, June 12th, 1918

By Our Military Expert
The fourth German drive toward Paris, and more

A Sea-Going Canal Boat

From the Lakes to Atlantic Ports by the New York State Barge Canal
The second page of the article contains an article on

The "Panzerkraftwagen" : A German Version of the Tank

and

Face Camouflage for the Night Raider
[this article is associated with the color cover]

World Markets for American Manufactures- June 22, 1918

A department devoted to the extension of American trade in foreign lands

By William W. Sniffin

Gauntlets and Gaiters that Defy Barbed Wire, When Ladies Learn the Art of Railroading, and more

Trade Mark Larceny by the Enemy, The Tonnage Puzzle

By E. B. Marshall

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    Correspondence- June 22, 1918

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    Inventions New and Interesting- June 22, 1918

  • Recently Patented Inventions- June 22, 1918

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June 22, 1918COVER IMAGE: "INFANTRYMAN HAVING HIS FACE BLACKENED BEFORE STARTING ON A NIGHT RAID"

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