National Geographic : 1920 Sep
Dependable service has established "Z" engine dominance The American farmer today is using more than tvo hundred and fifty thousand Fairbanks-Morse "Z" engines. He lights his home with the electricity it provides, operates with it his separator, churn, feed-grinder and ensilage cutter. His sprayer is likely to be powered with a "Z" engine. In the South it loads his sugar cane and performs a host of other labor-saving tasks. The ease with which the "Z" does these farm chores has created for it also a widespread demand for industrial uses. In the machine shop, the mill and the printing office "Z" engines are delivering consistent day-by-dag service. Out in the open they are pumping water, operating concrete mixers and furnishing powOer for hoists and other con struction machinery. The successful serQice of the "Z" engine in agriculture and industry is another step toward the goal reflected in the Fairbanks-Morse Quality Mark. Our products include Fairbanks Scales-oil engines - pumps-electric motors and generators-railway ap pliances and coaling stations-farm power machinery, such as "Z" engines, lighting plants, water systems. FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO MANUFACTURERS CHICAGO World-wide Distribution Through Our Own Branches and Representatives "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"