National Geographic : 1912 Mar
s ,3S~b ~ Ba ~ ~~a. - ~ss I i ~L - l Limited Train Conductors Must Have Accurate Time. Conductor J. L. Servis, of the "Golden State Limited" train on the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad, whose picture is shown here, wrote us the letter printed below about his Hamilton Timekeeper. The Sam ltion t The Railroad Timekeeper ofAmerica Over one-half (about 56%) of the Engineers, Firemen, Conductors and Trainmen on American Railroads where official time inspection is main tained carry Hamilton Timekeepers. JOLIET ILLINOIS. 1911. "About one year ago I pur chased a 992 Hamilton Time keeper. It was taken from the Hamilton shipping case, set. and given to 12-Size from the start, not even requir ing the slightest regulation (which I consider remarkable). It is still keeping PERFECT ', time and I could not be in- A4 ' duced to part with this move- '11 ment for any reasonable con- ' sideration. It is by far the 10O c"amiltaru best watch I ever carried in my 23 years' service as Conductor." J. L. SERVIS. Conductor. 8 'i The beautiful 12-size ;79 Hamilton, shown here, ",, " which has proved marvelously 0c and continuously accurate, is the finest and thinnest 19 or 23 jewel 12-size watch made in America. Prices of complete Hamilton Watches in case and box vary, according to move ment, size and jeweling, from $38.50 to $125.00. Ask your jeweler what he knows about the Hamilton Watch. Jewelers can supply a Hamilton Movement for your present watch case if you desire. Write for "The Timekeeper" It contains facts about watchmaking and timekeeping that many people who buy watches do not know, but ought to We gladly send it to those interested in the purchase of a reliable watch. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, Dept. N, Lancaster, Pa. m~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ &O sm . ew u u emro "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." ® . rr • m liffm M R m i - .