National Geographic : 1920 Aug
Farm Comforts Through Modern Power POWER on the farm has brought new comforts and conveniences to lighten labor and make rural life still more worth while. The modern farm is lighted by electricity. Power from its Fairbanks-Morse light plant pumps water for domestic uses and for stock. It operates separators, chums, wash ers and other light farm machinery. The "Z" engine of this plant is the same engine that today is used b more than s5o,ooo progressive farmers. Thousands of farms have several of these sturdy "Z" Engines helping to produce food for half the world. These quarter million tireless mechanical farm hands are our answer to the farmer's problem of a serious labor shortage. The reliance of farmers on Fairbanks-Morse products is but another indication of the inherent quality of these products-a quali t9 of which the trade mark seal of this organization represents the objective. Our products include Fairbanks Scales oil engines-pumps-electric motors and generators-railway appliances and coal ing stations-farm power machinery, such as "Z" engines, lighting plants. water systems. FAIRBANKS, MORSE &CO. MANUFACTURERS CHICAGO "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"