National Geographic : 1935 Nov
J/9~ief4 'T4 A STORMOGUIDE PREDICTS THE WEATHER 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE PELTING RAIN or bright sunshine S.. gales or calm, they all show up on a Stormoguide. No need to wait until the weather strikes you. Look at your Stormoguide and know it hours in advance. Plan your golf games, your auto trips, any outdoor activities, sure in the knowledge you can count on the weather. Uncanny? Of course it is, but easily explainable. Stormo guides are made byTaylor, the same company that for nearly a century has made instruments to predict, measure, and chart atmospheric "STRATFORD" STORMO GUIDE. Dark mahogany finished frame in good-looking, modern design. 4-inch grained brass-finished dial, easy to read. Altitude adjustment to 3500 feet. Set according to eleva tion of your locality. $7.50.* conditions for official weather bu reaus, for noted explorers, and for leaders in scientific research. With this wealth of experience behind them, no wonder tomorrow's weather is an open book-no kind of weather is likely to catch a Stormoguide off guard. They are made in many styles and sizes and types of design; prices range from $7.50 to $60. If your favorite store cannot supply you, call or write direct to Taylor Instrument Companies, Rochester, New York. Offices also in Toronto, Canada. "FAIRFAX" STORMO GUIDE, modern design in satin-black case with chrome reed trimming. Grained alumi num dial. Unbreakable crystal. Altitude adjustment. Fitted with exclusive Taylor weather tendency indicator. $10.00.* "WARWICK" STORMO GUIDE. Mahogany -finished frame. 4 -inch grain brass-fin ished dial. With bezel. Alti tude adjustment to 3500 feet. Also has exclusiveTaylorweath er tendency indicator that works automatically. $10.00.* "GROSVENOR" STORMOGUIDE. Mahog any, walnut, or maple-and-walnut frame. Dull gilt brass dial. Altitude adjustment to 3500 feet. Also has automatic signal device which tells at a glance what the weather tendency is. An exclusive feature with most Taylor Stormoguides. $15.00.* START A WEATHER BUREAU OF YOUR OWN. It's a fascinating hobby. Taylor makes many types of instruments for predicting, measuring, and charting the weather. Send for a copy of the Scientific Catalogue. A *Pricesslightly higher west of the Rockies and in Canada. INSTRUMENTS IN INDUSTRY, other types for indicating, re cording and controlling temperature, pressure and humidity.