National Geographic : 1913 May
"Fire's Out" THEN comes the matter of insur ance. You get out your policy and note the company in which you are insured. Certain questions should not arise to worry you at such a time. You should not be worried by the ques tion of whether you will be fairly treated by the company in which you are insured. You should not be worried over the ques tion of whether the company can pay the loss. You should not be worried by the ques tion of whether you have had enough protection to cover your claim. To be insured in the Hartford Fire Insurance Company eliminates the first two of these worries. By consultation with a Hartford Agent before taking out your policy, he will tell you the proper proportion of insurance to carry and that elim inates the third. The evident thing to do before the fire in order to eliminate worry is to be insured in the right kind of company. INSIST on the HARTFORD Agents Everywhere "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."