National Geographic : 1930 Jul
HAMI LTON The Watch of Railroad Accuracy M INUTES MEAN MONEY! to the men who board "The Broadway" "What time have you?" we asked the men about to board the famous limited. It seemed a silly question. There was the big clock in the station to which they could refer. And yet as the parade of prosperous, well groomed, successful men passed through the gate, one after the other obligingly pulled out his watch. 54 out of 59 had either exact time or were within a scant thirty seconds of it. Obviously they were men whose minutes meant money. We don't imply that carrying an accurate watch will bring a man suc cess. But it is significant that suc cessful men are accuracy-minded. A surprising number carry Hamiltons. For years Hamilton has meant Accuracy-Railroad Accuracy. The Broadway, the Century and many other famous limiteds have been timed for years by Hamiltons. Let us send you a copy of 'The Timekeeper," the interesting little book showing a complete line of beautiful Hamilton models. Address Hamilton Watch Company, Amer ican Manufacturers of high-grade watches, 882 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, U. S. A. Left--The MONTICELLO. With secometer dial-in 14k filled yellow or white gold, $55. Right -The CHEVY CHASE, Model A - 1 7 jewels. In 14k yellow or white gold, with plain dial and inlaid enamel numerals, plain case, $75. Other Hamiltons for men and women from $48 to $685.