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What Export Trade Means to American Industry

Federal and State Co-operation for Post-Bellum Reconstruction, Problems of Peace, and more

Out-of-the-way Jobs for the Tractor

A Few of the Unexpected Places Where the Mechanical Crawler Has Proved Its Value

By Arthur L. Dahl

Dehydration Industry in America

How It Is Carried On, and the Place It Holds in Our War Progress

By E. Clemens Horst

Strategic Moves of the War, October 2nd, 1918

By Our Military Expert
The breaks in the Hindenbnrg Line, October 2nd
and more

Outstripping Germany in the Chemical Industry

Large-Scale Production by Means of Machinery

By H. E. Howe

"Most Powerful Locomotive in the World"

Its Cylinders Are as Large as the Locomotive Boilers of 50 Years Ago

Who Shall do It?

Selecting a Contractor for Government Emergency Construction Work

By W. A. Starrett

Some Tools of the German Airmen, Have the Germans Developed a Practical Super Machine Gun?, and more

The Current Supplement- October 12, 1918

Where Battle Waste is Salvaged

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    Correspondence- October 12, 1918

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    Inventions New and Interesting- October 12, 1918

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