National Geographic : 1912 Nov
60 o11 2 10 arnilton 2 The Train Dis patcher and the Hamilton Watch If you want your watch to be unusu ally accurate, don't you think that the kind of a watch this man de- pends upon S would be the kind to buy? The illustration shows the Hamilton 12-Size, T HEman inthe 87' . 4f tei.ti e9 a00T the thinnest 12-Size 19 THIE man in the O08 /-? .o or 23 jewel watch made picture is J. T-. To5 i" America. An ideal • r ISt.watchforthemanwho T, "',30.," ,'b wishes to combine "railroad , accuracy" and artistic beauty Dispatcher on the Penn- in w atch sylvania Railroad at Harris burg, Pennsylvania. Note the telephone apparatus affixed ready to his mouth and ear, the "train sheet" on his desk and the Hamilton Watch in his hand. The " TThe Railroad Timekeeper of America" Over one-half (almost 56%) of the Engineers, Firemen, Conductors and Trainmen on American Railroads maintain ing Official Time Inspection carry the Hamilton Watch. HamiltonWatches are made for your present watcn case in all standard watch sizes, for from $12.25 to $60.00. timed and adjusted in the cases at the factory, prices $38.50 to Write for $125.00. Your jeweler can fwayou are art supply a Hamilton Movement about watchesh ous Hamilton mo "The Timekeeper " icular about owning a close rating d you "The Timekeeper," a book atpictures and describes the vari .dels. HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY, Lancaster, Pennsylvania "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."