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Movements on your recent trip to Europe isvery gratify:
to o u r Company.
‘ i v e us fe al
A. BITNER, Manager.
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LANCASTER, Nov. Ist,1878.
‐ I nanswerto yourinquiries of Oct.28th,I
shown through the factory, we were conducte es- room,where ourattentionwas calledbythe Superintendent
to a large number of very fine watches, the product of the
establishment. He also gave us his reasons for thinking % e.‐
that better watches could be made in Switzerland than in H
s-¢Three-Quarter Plate Movements3,
> SIXTEEN GRADES.=;
All 18-Size, Quick-Train Movements, Making 18,000 Beats to the Hour.
No.2. FineNickel Movement. Straight-line Es‐ capement, Four pairs Extra Ruby Jewels ih Gold Settings,
Patent Pinion, Exposed Pallets, Improved Let-down, Ex‐ pansion Balance, Adjusted to Heat, Cold, and Isochronism.,
Name,) * Melrose,” Lancaster, Pa.
This very fine
movement is identical in all respects with No. 15. Name, ‘* Lancaster, Pa.”’
No. 6. FineGilde capement, Patent Pinion,
Name. * West End,” Lancaster, Pa. }
No.13. F i n eGildedMovement. Straight-line Es‐
capement, Exposed Pallets, Improved Let-Down, Patent Pinion, Expansion Balance, Plain-Jeweled. Name, “ N e w
Era,”’ Lancaster, Pa.
No.7. Fine Gilded Movement. “Keystone” Key-wind. I n a l l other respects this Movement Is identi‐
cal with No. 4. 3
No. 8 Fine Gilded Movement. “Fulton” Key-wind. In all other respects this Movement is identi‐
cal with N o . 5.
No.9.FineGildedMovement. “Franklin” Key-wind. In all other respects this Movement Is identi‐
cal with No. 6.
No.10. FineGildedMovement. “WestE n d ” Key-wind. In all other respects this Movement Is identi- ‐
cal with No.12.
No.11. Fine Gilded Movement. “New Era” Key-wind. In all other respects this Movement is identi‐
cal with No. 13.
Mr.J. J. Higgins, Duquoin, Illinois: ‘ Y o u have a movement that must sell, and that too by its own merit.’
Mr.C.F. Kesselmire,salem,Ohio:‘‘Ihavesold several of your watches, and theygive good satisfaction.’
watches have been very satisfactory. I have been selling a great many of them.’
Messrs. S. R a m e y & Son, Pataskola, Ohio: ‘‘ The
movements received fill the bill. They are the best we have seen for the money,’
Mr. Alden Webb,Beverly, Mass.,writes: ‘‘A rail‐ road engineer here, who carries a Lancaster Watch, thinks
‘ i t cant be beat.’ I am of the same opinion.
M r . J. H. Danbrook,Railroad Engineer, writes: ‘I
am well satisfied with the JLancaster Watch as a time‐ keeper, and do n o t wish anything better.’
Messrs. C o o k & Jaques, Trenton, New Jersey : ‘ T h e watches bought from you prove very satisfactory |i n ‐
t e e d . We feel well pleased with their performance.” Mr.BE. P. Grove,Waynesboro, Pa.: ‘I have sold
several of your movements, and they have given splendid satisfaction,
M r . M. C. Hawkins, Edinboro, Pa., writes: ‘‘ Your watches are doing finely.’
Mr.Wm.H. Hobbs,Buffalo,N.Y.: ‘‘Yourwatches give good satisfaction.”’
M r . J. B. Deitrich, Crestline, Ohio: ‘ ‘ I had one of yourNo. 4 movements that did n o t vary more than half a
Mr.EK. Castor,Waseca, Minnesota: “Your watches keep better time than any other watch I ever sold.”
Messrs.Craft& Co.,ofIndianapolis,Indiana:‘‘We have sold several of your watches lately, and they a r e ’
Mr. John Schneider, New Brunswick, N, J.: ‘‘The movements give perfect satisfaction.”’
minute in time here.
onths, as near aswe could tell with railroad
i :P E N N S Y L V AWANU ICAH .:
McNaught& Co.,Whole‐ . ents, loronto, Canada: ‘‘ Your Watch gives entire
satisfaction to the trade here.
time-piece in every particular. We could send you a hundred testimonials from our cus‐
tomers if they were desired.”
M r . B. Richardson, Aurora, Ontario: ‘ T h e Lan‐ caster Watch has given the utmost satisfaction to my cus‐
tomers, who all agreein pronouncing it a splendid time‐
Keeper and first-class in every particular. I have examined and tested them thoroughly, and, in my opinion asa prac‐
tical watchmaker, they are unequalled in their time-keep‐
ing qualities. They give m o r e value for the money than any other American watch I haveever handled.”
M r . A . M . Gilpin, Uxbridge, Ontario, writes:nee
regulatorin one of them.
Mr.W.G.Hillock,New Castle,Indiana: ‘Iama w a r m advocate of the superior merits of the Lancaster
Watches. It requires an extra exertion here to sell any‐ thing new, but all I have sold give satisfaction.”’
M r . R. B. Camp, Meshoppen, Pa.: ‘ Please send movements ordered as soon as possible.
American watch but the Lancaster. best of satisfaction.”’
AmemberofthefirmofW. D,Chapman& Son, Theresa, N. Y., writes: ‘‘You are making a splendid
watch. I am carrying the No. 3, and would n o t sell it if
I could not get it duplicated.”’