National Geographic : 1935 Jul
i_ -~ 1111111~ 111"""El'l~ THE SEARCH FOR SECURITY ACROSS the great prairie a wagon train wound slowly onward into the setting sun. In one of the wagons were John Duncan and his wife ... leaving behind them the rocky, stubborn hills of their fathers to make a new home amidst the promise of the West... seeking fertile lands to give them and their sons after them the riches, the security they dreamed of. But the Duncan family had to struggle many a year to wrest this security from the soil. They had many a danger and hardship to face in their new found home. And before they were able to enjoy the fruits of their toil, the best years of their lives were gone. Today, the search for security still goes on in every corner of the land. But now the Duncan de scendants, and many another family, achieve with a single stroke of the pen what once required a generation of toil. Through the modern miracle of insurance, they enjoy security from youth to their sunset years. Life insurance creates estates for them at once, which could otherwise only be obtained by a life time of persistent saving. Accident insurance sets up immediate reserves to pay bills that follow in the wake of injuries. They drive, covered by auto mobile insurance that protects what they own against damage claims. Other forms of policies provide education for their children, pay off mort gages, guard against adversities. Thanks to insurance, they are able to take care of the future and still enjoy many of life's com forts and luxuries today. Thanks to insurance, the search for security is ended for many a family. Moral: Insure in The Travelers. The Travelers Insurance Company, The Trav elers Indemnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut.