National Geographic : 1913 Jan
jjmIton *Tatclh "The Railroad Timekeeper of America" The conductor of your train-the engineer out in front, the president of the road in his private car, all probably carry the Hamilton Watch. The probability is very strong when you consider that: Over one-half of the railroad men on American roads where Offi cial Time Inspection is maintained carry the Hamilton Watch. The Hamilton Watch is made in standard sizes for men and women, and is sold by leading jewelers everywhere at $38.50 to $150.00 for complete watches, timed and adjusted in the cases at the factory. In some models, movements only may be purchased, so that, using your present watch case, you can own a Hamilton Watch at a cost of $12.25 and upward. Ask your jeweler. If he cannot supply you, write us. Write for "The Timekeeper" a book about the Hamilton Watch, one section devoted to its in teresting story and one section to illustrated descriptions of the various models. We gladly send a copy to anyone interested. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY AN CASIE Engineer C. W. Mitchell, of the Erie Railroad, timing his fast run with the Hamilton Watch he has carried for years. Hamilton 12-size, thin model. The thinnest ' 17, 19 or 23 jewel \,- 12-size watch ,, ,, Made 1 11 1 o'1 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."