National Geographic : 1912 May
The c VtT 1 g mam lton (Hatcn The Railroad Timekeeper of America i Railroad Men buy their own watches. The extraordinary preferment shown by 56% of the Railroad Men on American Railroads where Official Time Inspection is maintained is a tribute to the phenomenal accuracy of this great watch. A Hamilton Watch, whether an 18-size for Railroad use or ;i | the thin model 12-size Timekeeper, shown here, has a rare and enduring beauty-a beauty indicative of mechanical perfection and durability. l Write for "The Timekeeper" The Hamilton Watch, its various adjustments, sizes, models, and their prices are told of entertainingly in "The Timekeeper," a book that we are glad to send to anyone interested in the purchase of a fine watch. Ask us for it. Hamilton Watches, cased and boxed, priced from $38.50 to $125.00 . Leading i jewelers sell the Hamilton and can supply a Hamilton Movement to fit your present watch case if you desire from $12.25 to $60. 12 -size sold complete only. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, Lancaster, Pennsylvania The illustration below shows Engineer Geo. E. Davidsonof the Rocky Moun tain Limited" (Rock Island Lines) who timeshisrunswith a Hamilton Watch. 1 0 10 . 'I- I 84 4 The Railroad Timekeeper of America m Actual Records prove that over one-half (about 56%) of the Engineers, Firemen, Conductors and Train men on American railroads where Official Time Inspection is maintained, carry Hamilton Watches. ~~'immmma rm am , -- ~ri rf'roqgg "rqf"IrqtI~i, ~- ," • , • •" "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."