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Image from page 162 of "Boone County Recorder" (1922)

Identifier: Boone_County_Recorder_Vol_48_1922

Title: Boone County Recorder

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: Boone County Recorder

Subjects: Boone County, Kentucky newspapers

Publisher: Boone County Recorder

Contributing Library: Boone County Public Library

Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS members and Sloan Foundation



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A year ago—almost unknown Today — a leader A sweeping verdict for QUALITY Hail Destroys Millions of Dollars The loaa of tobac- M% pass SI and Ith tobacco Of I Ol !■ mCCO states within the ^* • ^ssssSV ^SaV-eajsV W W r-n fiuV TnTrnS; May Get Yours Any Day lions of dollars with only a small part covered by insurance.Yet, the amount of insurance received by growers who had theforesight thus to protect themselves against such loss, wasenormous and should make every grower not only feel thenecessity of insuring his tobacco crop against hail storms lossbut to do that very thing and do it at once. What Dr. HJley Say.: ££l£*.lgsJ£ operative Association, upon congratulating an insurance com-pany on lowering its rates on tobacco hail insurance, said,Within the period that 1 have had hail insurance 1 have hadfour severe The money I received exceeded consider-ably what 1 paid in, to say nothing of my peace of mind that1 was fully protected in case of a storm. 1 have always ad



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