National Geographic : 1919 May
Kept accurate time during Four years in the trenches "I went to England at the beginning of the War, enlisted in the British Army and served in France for four years with the First Bn., Royal Warwickshire Regiment. "I carried a Hamilton Watch continuously for the whole four years in rain, mud, ice, snow. In Summer the weather was scorching hot; and winters-well, I guess you just know what they were like with no shelter except when we were lucky enough to capture some of Jerry's trenches with dugouts. Many times the tem perature was below zero, yet it didn't alter the accurate timekeeping of my watch."-Extract 1)E " from letter received by the Hamilton Watch Company. fjamaltonlatdl "The Railroad Timekeeper of America" T HE finer accuracy and greater precision of the Hamilton Watch is a source of pride to the American Watch-making Pro ession for this is a purely American Watch, made by American Artisans, by American Watch-making methods. The Hamilton Watch times the greater majority of the fast trains in America as well as the American-built railroads of France. Whether you want a fine, thin, i2-size watch or a Railroad Model-you will find among the twenty-two Hamilton models exactly the watch you want to own. Not only in beauty of finish, and character of design-but in the accuracy and precision that make the Hamilton the most sought-after watch in the world today. Full assortments at your jeweler's, ranging from $34 to $170. Hamilton Movements alone, $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. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, DEPT. 35, LANCASTER, PA. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"