603 "The Jefferson"
CASE, MAHOGANY FINISH, SPANISH HIGH-LIGHTED
SIX-INCH SILVERED DIAL HEIGHT 11 9/16", WIDTH 9 1/4",
DEPTH 5 11/16"
The telegraph and telephone released our fathers from the limitations of time and space.
And now the newest member of the family, the "telechron" has released the present generation from uncertainties in regards to time. It is the new electric clock which is self starting and operated by ordinary alternating current, and is so honest that it cannot possibly give you anything but the correct time unless the current dies altogether.
Increase the "tele" family, Mr. Inventor. The more the better.
|Editorial from the Vulcan Advocate 19 June 1930|