National Geographic : 1914 Jan
\\ .. ..- ON aaJ . . A 4Ktnmron Ifllttb i:' "The Railroad .Timekeeper of America" i0 OWN an accurate watch--one that tells the true time all the time-a watch that you learn never to doubt and always to depend on-a watch that you can show to any watchmaker with pride and pass on to your son with the joy of giving a thing of value-these are the privileges of the owner of a Hamilton Watch. SHere is proof of Hamilton accuracy and it is the most convincing sort of recommendation that a watch can have. Only merit is responsible for the fact that Over one-half (56%) of the Railroad Men on American Railroads where Official Time Inspection is maintained carry Hamilton Watches. Hamilton Watches are made in correct sizes or men and women and sold by jewelers everywhere. Movements only are $12.25 and upward. Complete watches, certain sizes, are $38.50 to $150.00 . Ask your jeweler about them; also about fitting your present watch case with a Hamilton movement. Write for "The Timekeeper" gj= It illustrates and describes the various Hamilton models and is a book well worth reading if you are thinking of buying a fine watch. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY Dept. 00 Lancaster, Pennsylvania Six representative railroad men who have carried Hamiltons for years with perfect satisfaction! [ Engineer Conductor C.E. o er Engineer E ineer H R. Sorber Penn. R. R. AR. Getz Penn. R. R. Penn. R. R. A.R.ez Paul - Cowie ^ Penn . i t a rz% ~9~"~"t "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."