National Geographic : 1926 Sep
Give a gift that says"BonVoyage for all of Life's cruise S, it is easy to discharge a gift obli gation lightly . . . and often quickly. But the fairest flowers wilt, and the best books are soon discarded, and the most tempting candies and fruits are all too quickly gone. Far wiser is he who chooses gifts more lasting, gifts that daily brighten the lonely hours of the traveler in foreign lands, gifts that ever revive fond memories in the hearts of those both far away and close at hand. Your jeweler specializes in gifts of this sort. Gifts constant and imperishable, like the good-will they betoken; gifts useful and practical, like the true friendship they symbolize . . . gifts that serve . . . gifts that last as does the affection that prompts them. If your wish is for a gift particularly appropriate for the traveler, your jeweler can show you diaries, passport cases, bill folds and stationery portfolios in the finest of leather, silver trimmed. Or those other expressions of the true and loyal heart-signet rings, gold and silver pen knives, pendants and bracelets, or that most reliable of all traveling com panions-an Elgin watch. So, if you would say "Bon Voyage" for all of life's cruise, say it with a sincerity that echoes down through the corridor of the years-say it with gifts from your jeweler's precious store . . . with "gifts that last." ELGIN THE WATCH WORD FOR ELEGANCE AND EFFICIENCY NAME ADDRESS Send for the TINYTREASUREBOOK,a delightful brochure of Gift Facts - Elgin National Watch Co., Dept. 48, Elgin, Ill.