National Geographic : 1931 May
QUESTIONS THAT YOU SHOULD ASK IN SELECTING AN ELECTRIC CLEANER "Does this cleaner combine the greatest possible speed of cleaning with the greatest ease?" If a cleaner cleans slowly, it wastes your time. If it is hard to operate, it exhausts your strength. Any cleaner you select should combine the greatest possible speed of cleaning with the most effortless use. The Hoover not only removes more dirtperminute almost no effort on the part of the user. ( A wise -cleans more quickly and thoroughly-than any precaution in the selection of a cleaner is to corn other cleaner, but it also requires less human en- pare its action on your rugs with the cleaning per ergy for its operation. These facts have been dem- formance of a Hoover. Let results alone guide onstrated in exhaustive, impartial scientific tests. your choice. Every Hoover dealer welcomes the The Hoover is able to achieve these results be- opportunity to make such a comparative test. Sim cause of its amazingly efficient cleaning ply telephone your Hoover dealer for a principle, Positive Agitation, which flutters home trial of The Hoover. The New Hoover loose embedded grit with incredible rapid- is only $6.25 down, complete with dusting ity; and because its perfectly-balanced, tools; balance monthly. Liberal allowance smooth-running, leisurely operation needs for your old electric cleaner. THE HOOVER COMPANY, NORTH CANTON, OHIO The oldest and largest maker of electric cleaners. The Hoover is also made in Canada,at Hamilton, Ontario I There is a permanent Hoover representative in your neighborhood. He is bonded and trustworthy. He will call on all Hoover users to give a free inspection of Hoover cleaners. We hope Hoover users will see him when he arrives J he HOOVER SpS IT SWEEPS::: AS IT BEATS ON A CUSHION OF AIR CLEANS © 1931, The Hoover Co. PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER. INC. WASHINGTON. D. C.