National Geographic : 1913 Jun
( TIME-the Great Factor in Business The day when a. business man could afford to carry an inaccurate watch is long passed. The success ful man has no use for a watch whose time must be confirmed. The proof of the accuracy of the Hamilton Watch is found in railroad service-where accuracy is an absolute necessity. Over one-half (56%) of the railroad men on American roads where Official Time Inspection is maintained carry the "The Railroad Timekeeper of America" Hamilton Watches are made in correct sizes for men and women and sold by jewelers everywhere. Movements only are $12.25 and upward. Complete watches, cer tain 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" It illustrates and describes the various Hamilton models and is a book well worth Engineer T. P . HOWARD, of the "California reading if you are thirtking of buying a fe mied ron Monetair R.X . ac.iri ~ a& watch.Hamilton Watch for many years. Hamilton Watch Company, Lancaster, Pennsylvania I 0,xxllillllmllllllill "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."