National Geographic : 1918 Jul
7e74 ?cA7/2ai7lmcs Amenica's SWhat watch do you carry ? How accurately , does it keep time ? Would you carry the same watch if your life depended upon the accuracy of your watch ? accuracy of the watch carried by the engineer who runs your train. So does his own life. And so do the lives of all the travelers. That is why Official Time Inspection is maintained on 95 per cent of America's rail road mileage and why most of the engineers, conductors and trainmen carry Hamiltons. " The Watch of Railroad Accuracy" S.'* The watch that with uninterrupted safety Sand accuracy times America's trains, which A represent 40 per cent of the trains of the S world, is the best watch for the modern Ameri can who values absolute dependability and infinite perfection in his timepiece. The man who carries a Hamilton has tne satisfaction of knowing that he owns a watch by which his. friends will set their watches. If you don't own a Hamilton, you're losing time. There are 32 Hamilton Models to cnoose from. They range in style from rugged utility to objects ofextraordinary artistic beauty. A life-time of continuous service in a life-long possession of charm. Prices, 2$8 to $I50. Movements, $15 ($17 in Canada) and up. Sold by all lead ing jewelers everywhere. Send todayfor " The Timekeeper" the story of Hamilton supremacy HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY Department 35 LANCASTER a PENNSYLVANIA "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."