National Geographic : 1925 May
e Cleaning Shall your rugs continue o be a hidi g place for the dirt that only beating will dislodge? s you can rove*.... Or will The Hoover eliminate the semi- nnual housecleaning, by keeping your rugs immaculate the 'ear throug -beaten, swept and suction-cleanedelectrically Sall dust acc emulate in the "hard to-reach" places? Or will Ho ver powerf 1 suction and the new air-cleaning tools keep your home dus -free? There can be only one answer. So don't elay! Let y ur Authorized Hoover Dealer deliver a Hoover oday, compl te with attach ments. All he will ask is $6.25 d wn. Balance is payable in easy monthly installments CLEANS Rugs, stair carpets, draperies, uphol 0® stered furniture, v underbeds,beneath and behind radia tors,over ledges and . mouldings, behind books on shelves, mattresses, cloth ing, interiors of automobiles-any ,i where dirt collects S1£The HOOVER SIt 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 taps and watch the dirt dance out from the nap depths onto a piece of paper. Feel the destructive character of this grit. This is the dirt only beating will dislodge. Correct use of The Hoover causesthis embedded dirt to be vibrated to the surface by the rapid. gentle tapping of the Hoover brush, as powerful suction lifts the rug from the floor and draws all the dirt into the dust-tight bag THE HOOVER COMPANY, NORTH CANTON, OHIO The oldest and largest maker of electric cleaners The Hoover is also made in Canada, at Hamilton, Ontario PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. WASHINGTON, D C.