National Geographic : 1912 May
Thoughtful people in every State are turning to the POSTAL LIFE The Company saves them money and helps safeguard their health eye W^ "^ VIGOROUS POSTAL GROWTH Recently a big business man out West arranged a POS TAL policy for $50,000, pay ing a premium in advance all by correspondence. He found the POSTAL to be sound, well-managed and a noney-saver for him. He saves $613. at the start -the agent's commission on his first-year's premium; in subsequent years he receives the agent's renewal-commission and an office-expense saving, amounting to 9 / per cent of his premium, or $163.50 each year, guaranteed in his policy. This seemed good to the man out West and it seems good to many others taking out smaller policies, through out the United States and the Provinces of Canada. Our first quarter's new busi ness in 1912 has doubled that for a like period in 1911. February just past was 17% larger than January, March was 44% larger than February and April was larger still. No company, new or old, can, we believe, match this record of comparative increase -an increase due to the fact that "thoughtful people in ev ery State are turning to the POSTAL LIFE." STRONG POSTAL POINTS First: Old-line legal-reserve insurance--not fraternal or as sessment. Second: Standard policy re serves, now more than $Io. ooo,000. Insurance in force more than $50,0o0,000. Third: Standard policy pro visions, approved by the State Insurance Department. Fourth: Operates under strict State requirements and subject to the United States postal authorities. Fifth: High medical stand ards in the selection of risks. Sixth: Policyholders' Health Bureau provides one free medical examination each year, if desired. The POSTAL LIFE conducts an in terstate business but with offices in New York only; it does not "enter" other States and is therefore not sub ject to State licenses, fees, and taxes for occupying territory and for other State exactions, thus makingsub stantial savings for all policy holders wherever they may live. 'Twill pay you to find out just what you can save, the first year and every other, by arranging with the POSTAL. The Company will send no agent to visit you. To get official infor mation, simply write and say: "Mail insurance-particulars as men tioned in National Geographic for May." And be sure to give: 1. YOUR OCCUPATION 2. THE EXACT DATE OF YOUR BIRTH POSTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Derives Business from Every State Wm R. MALONE, President 35 NASSAU STREET NEW YORK The Only Non-Agency Company in America "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."