Vintage Lewyt Vacuum Cleaners Ads published today! (1954) Lewyt No. 80 Carpet Nozzle. Only Lewyt cleans rugs 4 ways at once! With every easy stroke your rugs get combed, brushed, surface-cleaned and deep-cleaned! You don't wear yourself out with the wonderful Lewyt because its No. 80 Carpet Nozzle does the work - not you! Unlike any other carpet nozzle, it has an automatic comb-valve, an adjustable Fuller Brush plus 2 kinds of suction, both more powerful than an upright cleaner. With every easy stroke, all 4 cleaning actions work for you - automatically! You simply glide the nozzle over your rugs, picking up cat and dog hairs, dust and deep-down dirt as you go. With its swivel-action you can slip around and under furniture - making rug care easier and more thorough than ever before possible! This is just one of many features you get in this great new Lewyt! It's the quietest cleaner of all. You can dial exact suction for drapes, wool or cotton rugs. And look! You can equip your Lewyt with the handy 4-wheel "Dolly" so it rolls room-to-room and carries your cleaning tools along! Rotates even without "Dolly!" Turns in center of room on "Circular-Track" base - no "swivel-top" to lose suction! No dust bag to empty. Toss out "Speed Sak" a few times a year! Allergy-proof Filter System - no dust escapes! Sweeps Bare Floors! Comes with tools to: dust blinds; brighten upholstery; spray paint, wax! Even de-moths! Lewyt Officially Endorsed by National Institute of Rug Cleaning, Inc.... official association of professional rug cleaners, owners and operators of professional rug cleaning plants. Vacuum your rugs daily. Have them professionally cleaned at least once a year by a professional rug cleaner. Lewyt Corporation, Vacuum Cleaner Division. (1954) Lewyt Model 77 Vacuum Cleaner. The most sensational vacuum cleaner of all time! On Big Wheels! (1956) Golden Lewyt Power Cleaner. Pulls dirt through 3/4 inch rug. (1955) Lewyt Papoose Tool Rack. "Papoose" Tool Rack and Wall Rack for closet, optional at small extra cost. (1951) Micro-Dust Filter. 3 filters purify the air! Unhealthy dust can't escape Lewyt's Speed-Sak, Dustalator, and Micro-dust filter! (1955) New! Automatic deodorizing! Built-in pine chlorophyll deodorizer kills odors as you clean! No radio or TV interference! More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Electrolux Cleaners Ads published today! (1950) World's lightest-weight heavy-duty cleaner! Sold only on Home Demonstration. Only cleaner that has the Automatic Self-Sealing Disposable Bag. (1956) Electrolux World's Lightest Cleaner. So powerful it gets lint, thread and deep-down dirt with ease, yet you can lift it or "swivel" it with a finger! It seals the dirt automatically in a quick-out throw-away bag! Like magic, two tools clean your whole home! Sold only on home demonstration by your friendly, bonded Electrolux man! Electrolux originated from the merger of two Swedish companies, one an established manufacturer and the other a newer company founded by a former vacuum salesman who was a former employee of the former firm. Electrolux's history is closely tied to the vacuum cleaner, but today it makes all major appliances. The name changed to Elektrolux in 1919 when the company merged with Svenska Elektron AB (the spelling was changed to "Electrolux" in 1957). The company's current international slogan is "Thinking of you". More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Hoover Floor Cleaners Ads published today! (1960) Hoover Electric Floor Washer. Hoover's new invention washes floors and vacuums up the scrub water. Now you can get rid of mops, buckets, brushes, sponges... and hard work! More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Universal Floor Cleaners Ads published today! (1956) Universal Turbo Jet 99 Cleaner. For those who can afford the finest... The new Turbo Jet 99 with 8 attachments for complete home cleaning, boasts a completely new suction system with a new super-powered motor. Cleaner comes complete with 5 regular attachments plus special sprayer, demother with Expello crystals and buffing pad. Perfect partner of the wonder-working Turbo Jet is the sensational, new Universal Twin Brush Floor Polisher. Vacuum Cleaner Division, Landers, Frary & Clark. Landers, Frary & Clark was a housewares company based in New Britain, Connecticut. It operated from 1865 until its assets were sold to the General Electric company in 1965. They manufactured a wide variety of products over the years, including stainless steel bull-nose rings and electric ranges, kitchen scales and vacuum bottles, window hardware and ice skates, mouse traps and percolators, can openers, cutlery, straight razors, aluminum cookware, and thousands of other products. Many of these items were marketed under the brand Universal. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Bissell Sweepers Ads published today! (1909) Bissell Cyco Ball Bearing Sweeper. Something for the Housewife to consider about sweeping. You hear much about expensive, cumbersome methods of sweeping carpets and rugs, and it is therefore well to consider the merits of the only inexpensive, efficient cleaning device that has ever been produced, namely: Bissell's "Cyco" Ball Bearing Carpet Sweeper. No motors or other attachments with the Bissell to get out of order. Lasts from five to twenty-five years. (1959) Bissell Cleaners. The Classic. The Capri. The Grand Rapids. Bissell Speedmaster Cleaners. The Bissell-ette - a tiny beauty in brass and black. Automatic Shampoo Master - brand new and fully automatic with Bissell Rug Shampoo. Little Queen - a colorful, charming toy that sweeps like a big Bissell. "Little Queen Housekeeping Kit." Includes sweeper, broom, dust mop, dustpan, sponge and apron. (1952) Bissell Sweepers in Fashion Colors. The "Vanity" - mint green, claret red, ebony black. The "Apartment" - poppy red, spruce green, marigold yellow, iris blue. (1954) Bissell Sweepmaster. It's always ready to use... without cords, connections or attachments. New shades of Inca Green, Aztec Copper, Navajo Blue, Smoke Gray. Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (1950) Only Bissell has Bisco-Matic brush action. You don't need to bear down on the handle, at all! This miracle-action brush adjusts itself instantly to any thickness of rug. Picks up dirt with an easy glide, even under beds and chairs. Melville Bissell developed an early carpet sweeping machine to aid in cleaning the crockery shop he and his wife Anna owned and operated. The device was patented as the Bissell Carpet Sweeper in 1876. In 1883 Bissell built the company's first manufacturing plant in Grand Rapids. By the 1890s the company had an international presence and was producing 1000 sweepers per day. Over the years the company expanded from manufacturing only mechanical sweepers to producing vacuum cleaners and carpet shampooers. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Singer Floor Cleaners Ads published today! (1968) Singer Power Upright Vacuum. Rug-cleaning champ. Plus Power Compact canister (cleans high, low, all over the house). Get the two cleaners - Only $88. Dust-busting floor-care pair! (1949) Magic Handle Vacuum Cleaner. Puts all controls within finger-tip reach. And that includes Automatic Cord Control - the wonderful, new Singer feature that ends tiresome winding and unwinding of cord on old-fashioned hooks. Our Vacuum Cleaners are sold only at your Singer Sewing Centers. (1959) Extra-Power Golden Glide Vacuum. Its powerful suction makes cleaning easier, faster. Two-way design lets it roll smoothly without tipping... or stand up for cleaning stairs or storing in a closet. Throw-away bag holds three times as much as most other cleaner bags. Nylon-rubber hose, too. Singer Full-Power "Roll-A-Magic." It has powerful suction equal to cleaners costing nearly double. Swivel head and easy-roll casters make for effortless cleaning. (1959) Singer Magic Carpet Cleaner. Most efficient upright cleaner made. It sweeps and protects your carpets with exclusive floating-brush action and dual suction. Cord automatically rewinds at a touch of a button. And it hangs up flat in closet for storage. Revolving Brush Attachment turns any tank or canister cleaner into a rug-sweeper vacuum. "Magic MIte" perfect for touch-up cleaning, or for stairs, cars, furniture. (1929) First vacuum cleaner introduced, launching Singer’s strategy of diversification beyond sewing machines. (2001) Singer celebrated its 150th Anniversary. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Goblin Floor Cleaners Ads published today! (1985) Goblin Rio Vacuum Cleaner. Power beyond its size. The Goblin Rio is a new concept in vacuum cleaners. Because inside there's no wasted space. Dust is held in the full-sized 4 1/2 litre dustbox by an ingenious filter and flap - no need for paper bags. Smart styling, cable storage and a cheerful colour scheme make the outside equally exciting. Available from Argos, Apollo, Bridgers Discount, Ketts, Supreme Discount Stores, Mail Order Catalogues and Electrical Shops. Goblin Limited. Goblin Vacuum Cleaners in the early 1930s were manufactured by the British Vacuum Cleaner and Engineering Co. Ltd. (BVC). The managing director was Hubert Cecil Booth who the company claimed had in fact invented the vacuum cleaner in about 1900, and which was subsequently copied in the USA and elsewhere. In 1998, the Goblin name was bought by Glen Dimplex (who also manufactured Morphy Richards vacuum cleaners and other small appliances) who continued to manufacture Goblin vacuum cleaners until the mid-2000s. Most of these were budget cylinder cleaners built to similar specifications as their Morphy Richards cleaners but with lower build quality and less features. Since the mid-2000s, the Goblin name has been phased out in favour of the Morphy Richards brand. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage American Vacuum Cleaner Company Ads published today! (1909) Ideal Vacuum Cleaner. The Ideal Vacuum Cleaner costs only $25. You carry it around as easily as you would a pail of water, and you work it by hand with an ease that makes the labor of cleaning seem like play. Either this or, at a total cost of $60 or $65, you can enjoy the luxury of having your machine equipped with a first-class motor that is readily attached to any electric light socket. The Ideal Vacuum Cleaner has brought this wonderful system within the every-day reach of all. American Vacuum Cleaner Company. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Massey-Harris Farm Equipment Ads published today! (1956) Massey-Harris Tractors. 444 with new full 4-plow power. 333 with new 3 - 4 plow power. Massey-Harris 555 with new 5-plow power. (1956) Slicer Baler. No. 1 Engine Driven Baler. Powered by a 25 hp air-cooled engine. No. 1 PTO Baler. Custom baler capacity at low cost. Ask for a demonstration. See these big-capacity leaf-guard balers in action on your farm. (1955) Mounted Corn Picker. Massey-Harris 44 Special and 2-row Mounted Corn Picker... pull type and Self-Propelled Pickers available. Your dealer will be glad to arrange a demonstration of the gasoline, diesel, distillate or liquefied petroleum model tractor you need for your farm. 1 - 2 plow Pacer. 2 plow Colt. 2 plow Mustang. 3 plow 33. 4 - 5 plow 55. In 1891, Massey merged with the A. Harris, Son & Co. Ltd. to become Massey-Harris Co. and became the largest agricultural equipment maker in the British Empire. In 1910, the company opened a factory in the United States, making it one of Canada's first multinational firms. In the 1930s, they introduced the first self-propelled combine harvester. Massey Harris also produced one of the world's first four-wheel drive tractors. In 1953, the company merged with the Ferguson Company to become Massey-Harris-Ferguson, before finally taking on its current name in 1958. But the company soon began to decline financially. Facing increasing international competition and an agricultural sector diminishing in importance, the firm began to struggle. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage John Deere Farm Equipment Ads published today! (1940) John Deere Tractors. You can farm more economically with our Two-Cylinder Tractors. Grove and Orchard, AO and BO. Standard Tread Tractors, D, AR and BR. General Purpose Tractors, G, A, AN, AW, AWH, ANH, B, BN, BW and BNH. There's a size and model for every farm, every crop, every purpose. (1959) Baler and Tractor. The 14-T is the family-sized twine-tie... the larger 214-T Twine-Tie makes denser, heavier bales... and the 214-W is perfect if you prefer wire or sell your hay. "Wherever Crops Grow, There's A Growing Demand For John Deere Farm Equipment." (1958) Picker-Sheller. The new 50 Sheller Attachment fits any John Deere 227 Two-Row Mounted Corn Picker. (1973) 7700 Combine. Gangestad brothers, John and Charles, farm near Eagle Grove and Clarion, Iowa. Each has his own acreage but they harvest together. Their John Deere 7700 Combine with 6-row corn head and 20-foot platform was delivered in July of 1972. (1959) Disk Harrow and Tractor. Disk Harrows take a firm hold of the job, whether making seedbeds; working in orchards, vineyards, or groves; cutting and mixing heavy grain stubble, or chopping stalks. (1973) John Deere 3800 Cutterhead. Paddlewheel-like j-knives move chopped material out of the cutterhead quickly; provide greater cutting efficiency plus increased capacity. They have been field-proven in our Self-Propelled Harvesters. (1955) Power Steering Tractors. America's First Family of Power Steering Tractors. 2 - 3 Plow "50". 3 - 4 Plow "60". New "70" Diesel. LP-Gas Models. Many Special Models. "60" and "70" Standards. (1973) John Deere 336 Baler. "The 336 with hydraulic ejector has about a third more capacity" Raymond Brewer and Harold Trappe, Postville, Iowa. "The smoothness of that hydraulic ejector is the reason we bought the 336" Doug Goodrich, New Richmond, Wisconsin. (1958) John Deere Drawn Plows. 2 to 6 bottoms with safety standards, twin tapered roller wheel bearings, and increased vertical clearance. Deere & Company (brand name John Deere), is an American corporation that manufactures agricultural, construction, and forestry machinery, diesel engines, drivetrains (axles, transmissions, gearboxes) used in heavy equipment, and lawn care equipment. In 2014, it was listed as 80th in the Fortune 500 America's ranking and was ranked 307th in the Fortune Global 500 ranking in 2013. Agricultural products include, amongst others, tractors, combine harvesters, cotton harvesters, balers, planters/seeders, sillage machines, and sprayers. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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