An old ad pamphlet from The Pennsylvania Cansualty Co. of Scranton, PA. I have no idea when this is from, but it must be old considering the life insurance policy they talk about is for “a thousand or two”. I’d say late 1800s or early 20th century based on the other papers I found it with, but it could be as late as the 40s or 50s.
I really like the 5th THAT where it says that if you take out insurance you’re more likely to get sick. I think what they’re trying to say is that your chance of severe illness is much greater than your chance of death, but it isn’t well written. They’re really pushing hard in this pamphlet to get you to buy a bunch of different polcies.