National Geographic : 1911 Nov
POSTAL LIFE BUILDING The Postal Life Insurance Company pays you the Commissions that other Companies pay their agents. 45 of the first year's premium is the average Com mission Dividend guaranteed to each POSTAL policyholder on entrance into the Company. Other compa nies would pay this sum to an agent-as his commission. That's for the first year: in subsequent years POSTAL policyholders also receive the Renewal Commissions other companies pay their agents, namely, 72 %; likewise they receive an Office-Expense Saving of 2% making up the 3 Nassau St. NEW YORK Strong Postal Points First: Old-line, legal-reserve insurance-not fraternal or assessment. Second: Standard policy reserves-now more than $10,000,000. Third: Standard policy provisions, approved by the State Insurance Depart ment. Fourth: High medicalstand ards in the selection of risks. Fifth : Standard rates but reduced by commission dividends, guaranteed in the policy, as stated herein. Assets: $10,839,000 Annual Dividend of 9 2% Guaranteed in the Policy And the POSTAL pays the usual contingent dividends besides-ranging up to 20% of the annual premium. Such is the POSTAL way: it is open to you. Call at the Company's offices if convenient, or write now and find out the exact sum it will pay you at your age-the first year and every other. POSTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY The Only Non-Agency Company in America 35 Nassau St., New York Insurance in force more than $55,000,000 "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."