National Geographic : 1912 Aug
Hamilton Where Correct Time With Safety * * Numerical is Vital Dial IT'S never a hard matter to locate a 5' 3 ;S1 4, railroad man who carries a Hamilton ss' 11 8s9 Watch. If you made the rounds of " iO/ Engineers, Firemen, Conductors and Trainmen on American Railroads main- - -. 5 taining Official Time Inspection, you,, would find that over one-half, almost .. 50 4 fifty-six per cent of these men carry ;386" 20 nf> trThe Watch The Railroad Timekeeper of America If your present watch is not satisfactory why not ask your jeweler to put a Hamilton Movement into your case and enjoy the experi ence of being on time. Your jeweler can supply you with a Hamilton Movement for your present case. Complete watches, timed and adjusted in the cases at the factory, are from $38.50 to $125.00, depending on grade and casing. 12-size sold complete only. Write for "The Timekeeper" It is a recently published book about Hamilton Watches that tells the in teresting story of this great watch, and pictures and describes the various models. We gladly send a copy to anyone interested in the purchase of a watch. HAMILTON WATCH CO. Lancaster Pennsylvania The two men in the picture are Conductor F. M. Kelley and Engineer James Dempsey of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul flyer, the "Southwest Limited." Both have owned and carried Hamiltons for years. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."