National Geographic : 1913 Apr
" The Railroad Timekeeper of America" SHE story of the Hamilton Watch is told in a handsome booklet, called "The Timekeeper." It is an interesting story-important to every one who is considering \ the purchase of a fine watch. Engineer H. P. Maybee, of the Erie Rail road, signing the train book before starting his run. He is looking at his Hamilton Watch which has told him the correct time for years. "The Timekeeper" gives the reason why over one-half of the Railroad Men on American roads where Official Time In spection is maintained carry Hamilton Watches. We gladly send it to any one interested in the purchase of a fine 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 you can own a Hamilton Watch, using your present watch case, at a cost of $12.25 and upward. Ask your jeweler. If he can not supply you, write us. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, ANCASvA All Hamilton models illustrated and described in our booklet "The Timekeeper," a copy of which will be sent you upon request. - Hamilton 12-Size thinnest 17, 19 or 23 jewel 12-size watch made in America. Sold complete only. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."