National Geographic : 1918 Jan
"What! My Car?" "Yes! skidded-and it's up to you. You failed to pro vide the chauffeur with Tire Chains. Only good luck saved your wife from paying the supreme penalty for your negligence. She's on the way to the hospital painfully in jured,but the doctor thinks she'll pull through. You'd bet ter hurry to the hospital and then report to headquarters." How strange it is that disaster must come to some men before they realize that all makes and types of tires will skid on wet pavements and muddy roads when not equipped with Chains. These men do not appreciate until too late, that by failing to provide Weed Anti-Skid Chains they expose their families to injury and death. The time to provide against acci dents is before they happen. Don't wait until after the first skid. Put Weed Chains on all four tires at the first indication of slippery going and you will have quadruple protection against injury, death, car damage and law suits. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."