National Geographic : 1918 Jan
Around the world in thirty days, New York to London in five, Vancouver to Yokohama in nine. You take your ease amid the magnifcent comforts of deck and cabin home-tied securely to mid-ocean by the Gordian knot of wireless. -You are superbly modern when you globe-trot. But are you as modem in the watch that times the voy age of 9our life? One celebrated timepiece holds fast to the highest standards of modern proficiency " TheWatch of Railroad Accuracy' Masters of liners and dreadnoughts, like the masters of the most celebrated limited trains, pay highest tribute to p the absolute uniformity of Hamilton accuracy. For remem S ber that the most difficult train schedules are safeguarded by the unfailing perfection of this great timepiece. The modernization of timekeeping comes to you in ever S Hamilton-the watch of the minute-right every minute. i There are 32 Hamilton models to choose from, ranging in style from rugged utility to captivating beauty. Each a marvel of accuracy. Each a life-long memento. Prices, $27.50 to $150; movements, $14 ($15.25 in Canada) and up. SSend Today for "The Timekeeper" -the story of Hamilton supremacy Hamilton Watch Company, Dept.35, Lancaster, Pennsylvania "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."