National Geographic : 1911 Nov
^The if Tn Time keeper This is Engineer C. W. Goodall in the cab of Chicago and Rock Island Locomotive No. 1017, the engine in which he made his record run-181 miles in 146 minutes-with the "Gates Special." Mr. Goodall carries a Hamilton Timekeeper, as do more than half of the railroad men on American railroads where there is official time inspection. On one watch inspec tion division of the Rock Island Reilroad, out of a total of 313 watches of 13 different makes in service, nearly half (150) are Hamilton Timekeepers. The long experience of the Hamilton Watch Company in making close rating, accurate Timekeepers for railroad men has enabled them to produce phenom- li''' thin model watches for men and women in all walks of life. 10 Hamilton Timekeepers are made in all standard sizes. Prices com plete, beautifully cased and in mahogany boxes, vary, according to size, movement and casing, from $38.50 to $125. 8 - ' 4" For more information about the exceptional time-keeping , iT 7 5 qualities of the Hamilton--ask your jeweler or a railroad ,' " man, or Write for "TheTimekeeper" ThHan "12-z" Tn Mode "The Timekeeper" is the name of our book which tells about the Hamilton Timekeeper and illustrates the various sizes, etc. We gladly send it to any one interested in the purchase of a watch. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY,911 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. Makers of The Railroad Timekeepers of America "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."