Source: North Manchester Journal, January 1, 1914
LITTLE BROTHERS BUY PORTER SHOP
WELL KNOWN YOUNG MEN TO ENGAGE IN TAILORING AND REPAIRING
Thurle and Ivan Little, both well known young men of this city, have purchased the G.H. Porter tailor shop and take possession of the business today. Mr. Porter is undecided as to what line he will pursue in the future but for the present will go to Chicago.
Both of the young men were born and reared in this vicinity being sons of H.B. Little and have a wide acquaintance. Thurle Little has had nine years experience in the clothing business having formerly been employed with the firm of Goldsmith & Boots here and later with Gus Goldsmith at Quincy, Ill. He is married and will move his household goods to this city. Ivan Little will remain with L.P. Urschel where he has been employed for some time and will leave the management of the tailor shop to his brother.
The young men will retain Willard Felter, who was employed with Mr. Porter and will also get an experienced tailor to do repairing and busheling. They will remain in the room in which the business has been conducted in the past and have renamed the place "The Tog Shop."
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