|Haish Chanticleer engine ad in 1915 Gas Engine publication. | Photo by Jessi LaRue|
An ad for Haish's Chanticleer engine was spotted in the September 1915 edition of the Gas Review.
The ad features an illustration of a Chanticleer gas engine and reads:
'All Quality' Gasoline Engines
There are some definite differences between the CHANTICLEER and ordinary gasoline farm engines. Ask us about them.
NOT a 'foundry engine' but the product of an up-to-the-minute shop. Every working part is accurately machined to the diameter of a hair.
Designed and built with a definite appreciation of the demands of farm engine service.
1 1/2 to 22 H.P. for every purpose. Equipped with oscillating, crinkles self-starter.
We have a copy of our catalog for you. Send us your address at once.
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Jacob Haish Co.
32 Haish Ave.
|A page from the September 1915 edition of the Gas Review. | Photo by Jessi LaRue|
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