National Geographic : 1913 Aug
IIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IVVIUlllllllllllllll(Illl II IIIII11 The Habit of Pun ii eRailroad Tideeper ofAmeica "The Railroad Timekeeper of A merica" Being on time, getting to a place when you say yoi and having a thing done when you promise its comply largely matters of understanding and appreciating Punctuality and precision become a hobby with tl Hamilton Watch. The Hamilton constantly sets a right-to-the-second accuracy. Over one-half (56%) of the railroad men on Ame where Official Time Inspection is maintained carry the Hamilton Watch. Hamilton Watches are made in correct sizes for men and women and sold by jewelers everywhere. Movements only are $12.25 and up ward. Complete watches, certain sizes, are $38.50 to $50.00oo. Ask your jeweler about them; also about fitting your present watch case with a Hamilton movement. Write for "The Timekeeper" It illustrates and describes the various Hamilton models and is a book well worth reading if you are thinking of buying a fine watch. Engineer John Missouri-Pacific carried a Hamil ^*. __ ^j HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 9 1Mil HMUIMll [ l [liii (iii INIl 1111M I ii lJiII I MUM M MUilM I!tIt IMtt1 I tIIIIll!!t!!! IIIII "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." iII_I @ @ I N s|N@ ctuality @ i will be there etion are very _ accurate time. ie owner of a n example of rican railroads Kryselmeier of the c Railroad. He has ton Watch 14 years. ton Watch 14 years.