National Geographic : 1921 Aug
The annoying dust that so steadily drifts into the home and settles upon upholstery and portieres or collects out of convenient reach, may be easily and dustlessly suctioned away by the new long-armed air attachments of The Hoover. But to clean rugs with the thoroughness that invariably adds years to their life and beauty, more than air is essential. So The Hoover gently beats rugs to remove all nap-wearing, bur ied grit. Swiftly it sweeps up stubborest litter, lifts crushed nap and revives colors. Powerfully it suction cleans. Only The Hoover does all these things; therefore, only The Hoover repeatedly pays for itself by protecting valuable rugs from avoid able wear. And it is the largest-selling electric cleaner in the world. ?che HOOVER It Beats - as it Sweeps- as it Cleans Write for booklet "How toJudge an Electric Cleaner',and names of Author ized Dealers licensed to sell and service Hoovers bearing our guarantee 1l.t HooV SUCTIONSWIIPIR COMPANYFACTORIESATNOKTHCANTON,OHIO,AND HAMLTN, ONTARIO hehHoover lifts the rug from the floor, like this-gently beats out its embedded grit, andso prolongs its life "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"