National Geographic : 1911 Oct
If the "Hamilton Timekeeper" is unfamiliar to you, it is only because you are not connected with the rail road or the jewelry business. For eighteen years rail road men of America have taken almost every Hamilton Timekeeper made. 6i4 The ian liItin Time keeper is not made exclusively for railroad service, although its unfailing accuracy fits it so well for this work that over half (about 56%) of the watches on American railroads where inspection is enforced are Hamilton Timekeepers. Hamilton Timekeepers are made in all standard watch sizes, including the "Lady Hamilton, " a tiny timekeeper for women, and the Hamilton "12-size," which is the thinnest 19 or 23 jewel "12-size" watch made in America. Prices of complete watches vary, according to movement, size and casing, from $38.50 to $125.00. Write for "The Timekeeper" The Hamilton an interesting book written about the Hamilton, for those who would "12-size." like to own one. We gladly mail it to any one interested in the Thin Model purchase of a watch. THE HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY . , 911 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster. Pennsylvania , 1 Makers of The Railroad Timkeepers of America 8 4 203 Watches of Eight Makes-131 of them Hamiltons. he:. tilAaktini i. aph atgra £oConductor Jac1b Deill, f the "Southwest Limited. "the palatial hicago. Milwaukee and St.Pa train rtrrnnig betwew C aw. ad K#as.. City. Mr.£Di c mes a Hamilton Timekeeper. The strong preference of railroad men for Hamilton Timekeepers is shown by the fact that on one watch inspection division of this road, out of a total of 203 watches in use there are 131 Hamiltons, the balance being divided among seven other makes. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."