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Outlook

An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Current Life

Stanford Library

MAY 13 1921

27

What Did
The War Do

To You?

This issue of The Outlook
contains the remarkable
human record of

Five Hundred
Personal

Confessions

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1921
PRICE: FIFTEEN CENTS A COPY
FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR
81 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK

THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY

WILL MAKE THIS CONTRACT WITH YOU

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Jaw Gauge

The Pivot or Shaft

The Bearing of a Shaft that Measures Only
Six One-Thousandths of a Centimeter, the Diameter

of a Normal Human Hair
W.

E told you in our last adver- Watch, the works of which are de

tisement that the twelfth part signed to perform on a pivot mea-
of a human hair was the difference surement of six one-thousandths of
between the Waltham standardized a centimeter.
accuracy and the variable guess- But suppose this pivot was enlarged
work in foreign watches.

the third part of a human hair, fric-
A normal human hair measures six

tion would be increased, causing a one-thousandths of a centimeter.

variation in the time-keeping qualImagine, then, the pivots or bear

ities of the watch.
ings of the Balance Shaftbeing only

The Waltham Watch Company has
the size of a human hair.
a

created marvelous gauges that meas

ure even the twelfth partof a human
If you should split one of the hairs

hair to determine these variations
of
your

head into six equal parts, and eliminate errors unseen by the
each part would measure approxi-

human eye in the works of a watch, mately one-thousandth of a centi

which mean all the difference to you meter. Yet, even this minute varia

in dependability and value, giving tion is eliminated by the Waltham

another of those unanswerable reastandard of measurement.

sons why your watch selection For instance, here is a Waltham should be a Waltham.

This story is continued in a beautiful booklet in which you will find

a liberal watch education. Sent free upon request to the

Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass.

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WALTHAM VANGUARD The World's Finest Railroad Watch

23 Jewels $80 and up

Makers of the famous Waltham air friction quality Speedometers and Automobile Time-pieces used on the world's leading cars

WALTHAM

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THE WORLD'S WATCH OVER TIME

Where you see this sign they sell Waltham Watches

WEDNESD PRICE: FL FIVE DOL

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An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Current Life

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Photograph by John Kabel

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

OTHER VACATION ARTICLES BY
JOHN BURROUGHS, WILL H. DILG, ELON JESSU!

AND ANNA WORTHINGTON COALE

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