National Geographic : 1919 Jul
Imilton iatch 'roN " The Watch of Railroad Accuracy" l tfl llC^/^ r /Q/ W HY waste money on a cup that stands for a lifetime on Sthe mantel when you can give the winner of your tour nament a Hamilton Watch, a worth-while trophy that will tick for a lifetime in his pocket and always give him accurate time? A cup is a trophy a few friends will see on the occasion of a visit. A Hamilton Watch is a constant friend which will constantly save him time. If it is known that he is punctual, others will be punctual with him. And a Hamilton owner is always punctual. There is no tournament or competition that does not call I; for accuracy of mind or body-tennis, golf, track, polo, chess, IV whist, baseball, football, basket-ball, boxing, rowing and water sports. An accurate watch for an accurate man is the most appropriate prize. The accuracy of the Hamilton is the reason why it is called "The Railroad Timekeeper of America." Most railroad men carry it because accuracy is a matter of life and death on our railroads. And a Hamilton will pass the time inspection now enforced on practically all of America's railroad mileage. See the Hamiltons at your jeweler's. Prices, $34 to $170. Movements, $18 ($19.50 in Canada) and up. Send today for "The Timekeeper," which tells the story of the Hamilton, and shows the various models with prices. I HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, Dept. 35, Lancaster, Pa. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"