National Geographic : 1925 Nov
w t touching y "$625 DOWN!- that was all I paid to have y Hoover de ivered. Each day I put away a few cents. By the end of the month I had more than enough to meet the small payment. And now it's mine-all paid for !" No wonder he's proud of her, In fact, she's just a little proud of herself. And happy, tooa or she has found in The Hoo er her complete home ceaning servant. It beats her rugs-and she's discovered they need beating. (You can prove This, too ... ) It sweeps her rug , a lectrically. It suction - ceans, baand does allrt "kedusting." It say- a lot of her time and most ofhe Bor, Her rugs wear longer-and beautiful ti y are! You'd be pr too, if yo ere in her place. Whe will you ? Your Authorized Hoover DI mer will deliver your Hoover fo 6.25 down. An ou, too, cla b it with ut teaching your savin che HOOVER It BEATS ... as it Sweeps as it Cleans *TO PROVE RUGS NEED BEATING: Turn over a corner of a rug; with the handle of an ordinary table-knife, or something of equal weight, give the under or warp side 15 to 25 sharp tapsand watch the dirt dance out from the nap depths onto a piece.of paper. Feel the destructive character of this grit. This is the dirtyour pres ent cleaning methods have missed, and thatbeating has dislodged. Correct use of The Hoover causes this embedded dirt to be vibrated to the surface by the rapid, gentle beating of the Hoover brush, as powerful suction lifts the rug from the floorand draws all the beaten-out, swept-up dirt into the dust-tight bag THE HOO VER COMPANY, NORTH C ANTON, OHIO The oldest and largest maker of electric cleaners " The Hoover is also made in Canada, at Hamilton, Ontario FRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER. INC WASHINGTON. D. C.