National Geographic : 1913 May
True Time All the Time The owner of a Hamilton Watch soon learns to rely on it implicitly, for a Hamilton tells the true time e all the time. You will not doubt your Hamilton when someone else mentions the time as being a bit faster or slower than your own. In railroad operation, where men must have accuracy, the Hamilton is chosen above all others. Statistics show that over one-half (56%) of the railroad men on American roads maintaining Official Time In spection carry the S "The Railroad Timekeeer of A merica hd Hamilton Watches are made in correct sizes for men and women and sold by jewelers everywhere. Movements only are $12.25 and up ward. 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" _ 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 Engineer D. R. Wood, of "The Twentieth Century Limited," New York Central Lines, Dept. 00, Lancaster Pennsylvania has carried a Hamilton Watch for years. I Il9ll 1 fil lnnil llll il lll ii l llllllJ!1111111!1111111 llllll iIllli "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you"