National Geographic : 1914 Apr
oililton nliatc "The Railroad Timekeeper of America" For thinness, for beauty, for durability, the Hamilton Watch will com pare to advantage with any watch in your jeweler's trays. The Hamilton 12-size is the thinnest 12-size 19,21 or 23 jewel watch made inAmerica. For accuracy, the Hamilton has a record that is enviable indeed, for while accuracy is something you admire and desire, it is something the railroad man must have. Accuracy is the one consideration that governs the choice of the "Limited's" engineer who must locate a signal every 30 seconds. Think what a wonderful tribute to the accuracy of this watch is the fact that Over one-half (56%) of the Railroad Men on American Railroads where Official Time Inspection is maintained carry the Hamilton Watch Begin to talk accuracy to your jeweler and he will begin to talk Hamilton Watch to you. Write for the Hamilton Book-"The Timekeeper" It pictures and describes the various models of the Hamilton Watch for men and women-showing the complete watches selling at $38.50 to $150.00 and other Hamilton models of which movements only are sold. Your jeweler can fit one HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY of these Hamilton movements in your Lancaster, Pennsylvania present watch case for $12.25 and upward. Look at your Watch. Is itas thin in your hand as this Hamilton ? Conductor J. W. Hare and Engineer W. Ballard, of the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul"crack"train. "The Pio neer Limited." Both men have carried Hamilton Watches for years with per fect satisfaction. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."