National Geographic : 1921 Jun
Service Beyond Price The ears of the people are within your call; their voices are within your hearing. From near neighbor to distant cities and villages, mil lions of slender highways made alive by speech converge within the small compass of your telephone. Telephone service cannot be esti mated by usual values. Imagine how complete a revision of our methods of living and working would have to be made if the tele phone ceased to operate. Disasters, both personal and to whole communities, are daily pre " AMERICAN TELEPH One Policy vented by the telephone. And this guardianship is a part of its cease less service. Glad tidings are forever stream ing over the telephone. The meet ing of national crises, the accom plishment of vast business under takings, the harmonizing of a nation's activities; these compose a portion of the telephone service which is beyond price. But the miracle of the telephone is realized in the emergency when it is so vital to health, happiness and suc cess as to put its value beyond price. ONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY AND ASSOCIATED COMPANIES One System Universal Service And all directed toward Better Service "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"