Here are several pages of a catalog and directions for starting the White Lily gasoline engine.
The catalog cover says Toledo, Ohio. I believe a Toledo retailer put the cover on the catalog. The last page of the catalog, "Inside the Factory," shows a Davenport, Iowa printer. Don Zech, 2562 Ivy Place, Toledo, OH 43613.
From the editor:
This rare engine is only mentioned in Volume I of C.H. Wendel's American Gasoline Engines Since 1872. Wendel writes that White Lily Washer Co. was located in Davenport, Iowa. "Beginning with patent no. 828,867 of 1906, Henry Stoltenburg initiated a radically new air-cooled engine design that contained a cooling fan attached to the flywheel rim. Stoltenburg's inventive efforts along this line were further rewarded by patent no. 863,234 of 1907 and 880,835 of 1908.
"The following year an engine of similar design was patented by Henry M. Yager, also of Davenport, Iowa, under no. 928,299. Despite the fact that Stoltenburg was ostensibly associated with White Lily Washer Co., these designs all have a definite resemblance to the Schmidt Chilled Cylinder engines advertised and sold concurrently by Schmidt Bros. Engine Works, also of Davenport. To further confuse the matter, a 1909 advertisement in Gas Power noted that these engines 'are now being made by Davenport Ice Chipping Machine Co.'"