National Geographic : 1932 Mar
THE ELECTRIC CLOCK THAT PIONEERED THE WAY TO CORRECT TIME TELALARM-Non-tarnishing case. Pleasant alarm. $8.50. With illuminated dial, $9.95. BEFORE grain fields could sweep across miles of prairie, before villages could rise from the wilder ness, there had to be pioneers. Before clocks could measure minutes with a tiny electric motor instead of spring or pendulum, there had to be the pioneering work of Henry E. Warren. He invented the Telechron Master Clock which is used to regulate the current generated at your power house. He invented the Telechron self starting, synchronous clock which translates that current into accurate time in your home or office. Together, his inventions make more than a mil lion households run more smoothly and efficiently. Telechron never needs winding-or oiling, cleaning. Check the clocks in your home right now. If they all agree, it's a miracle. If they don't agree, it's time to get a Telechron! But be sure it has "Telechron " on the dial-the name that identifies it with the Telechron Master Clock in your power house. There's a dealer near you, listed under "Telechron" in the Classified Telephone Directory. He'll be glad to show you attractive models designed for every room in your home. Prices range reasonably from $7.50 to $55. The Revere Clock Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, manu Factures strike and chime clocks with Telechron motors, priced from $22.75 to $650. WARREN TELECHRON COMPANY, ASHLAND, MASS. THE REVERE CLOCK COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO (Reg. U. S. Pat Off. byWarren Telechron Co.) (Left) SALISBURY-For desk or dressing table. Mahogany case. 714" high, $7.50 . ALDEN-Same model with alarm, $10. (Right) R-810-For your mantel. Colonial design. Case of finest Honduras mahogany. 171/4" wide. Mellow Westminster chimes, $45.