National Geographic : 1935 Mar
WITHIN an hour this explorer will lead his expedition upstream into the unknown jungle. He will meet many a hardship and face many a danger. Against him will be arrayed the hostile forces of man and nature. And upon his experience, his judgment, his foresight, will de pend not only his own safety but the welfare of his entire expedition. So this leader leaves nothing to chance. He studies the hazards that lie ahead 'and prepares to meet them before starting out. And because he is cautious, because he is well-prepared, his party will travel in security. Like this seasoned explorer, many a prudent motorist knows the wisdom of preparing for his journey in ad vance. He knows that crowded high ways can be even more dangerous than jungle trails. So he guards himself and his family against the hazards of the road-with the help of sound and adequate insurance. Should an accident result in damage claims-a blow to the family resources - his automobile liability insurance would assume the losses. Should he or another member of his family be injured in any way, accident insurance would pay all doctors' and hospital bills. And should this motorist meet with an accident many hundreds of miles from home, he would be prepared for that too. For he is insured in a company with representatives every where throughout the continent-a company ready to serve policyholders when and where they need help. This company is The Travelers. Moral: Insure in The Travelers. The Travelers Insurance Company, The Travelers Indemnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance Com pany, Hartford, Connecticut.