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The Pivot or Shaft
The World's Finest Railroad Watch 23 Jewels $80 and up
The Bearing of a Shaft that Measures Only
A normal human hair measures six
If you should split one of the hairs
For instance, here is a Waltham
Watch, the works of which are de-
But suppose this pivot was enlarged
The Waltham Watch Company has
This story is continued in a beautiful booklet in which you will find
Makers of the famous Waltham air friction quality Speedometers and Automobile Time-pieces used on the world's leading cars
THE WORLD'S WATCH OVER TIME
Where you see this sign they sell Waltham Watches
WEDNESD PRICE: FI
LANDING AN EASTERN BROOK TROUT FROM TWO MEDICINE LAKE, GLACIER NATIONAL PARK
ON THE ART OF TAKING A VACATION, BY STEPHEN LEACOCK
WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1921
PRICE: FIFTEEN CENTS A COPY
FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR
The Watch of Railroad Accuracy"
When you miss a train or an important appointment, you know how your schedule for one whole day simply goes all to smash.
Keep to your schedules by a watch whose accuracy is proved by the thousands of railroad men who prefer it. Hamilton Watches are the timekeepers most popular with American railroad men.
For example: Conductor Dan Mandaville, shown above, has been in Erie
service 45 years. His run
A Hamilton used as a gift,
There's every desirable kind. Prices range from $40 to $200. Movements alone, $22 (in Canada $25) and up.
Send for "The Timekeeper"-an interesting booklet about the manufacture and care of fine watches. The different Hamiltons are illustrated, and prices given.
HAMILTON WATCH CO., Lancaster, Pennsylvania
POUTLOOK. May 25, 1921. Volume 128, Number 4. Published weekly by the Outlook Company at 381 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Subscription price $5.00 a year.