National Geographic : 1929 Sep
yn ot take INGS Perhapsyou have wondered, knowing that /r The Hoover is always for sale in the leading stores in your town, why the representa tives of those stores like to bring The Hoover all the way to your house to show it to you. This is the reason: the only way you can really tell what The Hoover will do for you is to try it in your own home. But your house cannot take wings and come to the store. So The Hoover man comes to your home. He shows you how much dirt you can get out of a rug with vacuum cleaning alone. Then he shows you how, by adding "Positive Agitation"-the Hoover beating principle-you can get out, not only the sur face dust ordinarily removed, but the embedded grit deep in the rug that ordinary cleaning fails to disturb. When you see the astounding amount of dirt that rRIr he can take out of your "clean" rug, you understand immediately why The Hoover, with beating and Iy sweeping added to the suction of the ordinary vac u uum cleaner, is able to remove more dirtper minute than other cleaners. Telephone your Hoover dealer for a home demon stration of The Hoover. If you wish ask him to leave it for several days on trial. Model 700 Hoover, $79.50; Model 543, $63.50. With dusting tools, $92 and $76. Floor polisher, $7.50. Only $6.25 down. Liberal allowance for your old cleaner. THE HOOVER COMPANY, NORTH CANTON, OHIO The oldest and largestmaker of electric cleaners She VHOOVER T BAXAS IT SWEEPS., AS (Reg. Trade Mark) IT BEATS ON A CUSHION OF AIR CLEANS S © 1929. The Hoover Co. PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER. INC. WASHINGTON, D. C.