National Geographic : 1912 Sep
ra"- -- Towerman E P. Heide, of the Rock Island Lines, for 10 yars has carried a Hamilton Watch that is highly satisfactory. Where Accurate Time is Vital The selection of a watch is not a case of sentiment or fad with railroad men. Their watches must be the best. Both men 'W. E. Brown, an other Rock Island Towerman. who has for 6 years carried a Hamilton that is fa mous for its accuracy, shown above carry Hamiltons and that they are just two out of many thousands of Hamilton owners on railroads is proven by this fact: Over one-half (almost 56%) of the men on Ameri can Railroads maintaining Official Time Inspection carry " " The Railroad Timekeeper of America " If you want a watch as accurate as the watches these men carry buy a Hamilton. The Hamilton 12-size shown here is the most accurate and thinnest 19 or 23 jewel 12-size watch made in America. This size sold complete only. Write for "The Timekeeper" Hamilton Watches are made in standard watch sizes and sold by leading jewelers everywhere. Your jeweler can fit yourpresent watch case with a Hamilton movement if you desire. Prices of movements only, $12.25 to $60.00 . Prices of com plete watches timed and adjusted in the case at the factory, $38.50 to $125.00. - a book about watches, containing advice about how to buy a watch that everyone interested in the purchase of a fine watch can profitably read. It contains pic tures, descriptions and price list of various Hamilton Models. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY Lancaster, Pa. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."