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THURSDAY, "MAY 7, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS * WE THANK for Proving the Faith We Had in You Only 14 months ago I sold the largest automobile business in Blytheville and ventured into a new line of business in buying the Shouse-Henry Hardware Company. To show my faith in the Blytheville trade territory, I spent over $75,000.00 ( to give Blytheville the most up-to-date hardware store in Arkansas. Now you have proven this faith in spending nearly in our new store in the month of April. This is a far greater volume than we had expected in this short time and it proves that our customers appreciate our efforts to give Blytheville the best in hardware stores, Now, even with the restrictions, you will find a very large stock of merchandise here that you will not be able to buy later. We advise you to buy your needs before it is too late. We still have some electric refrigerators and radios- Again, I say Thank You- We, the employees of Tom Little Hardware Company, also join with Mr- Little in expressing our thanks for the large volume of business given us. 1am A. JtittU Wilson Henry Roy Johnson Joe Trieschmann Carl Vickrey Virginia Little Tom A. Little Jr Kill Cable Roy Barnliill Barron Giesenschlay Rose Yates George Ladd Ora Dale Caf/le Tom A. Lester Gray Hassell Delaney Ed Smith Herbert Graham Jr. R. B. Bryant Phone 515 Blytheville, Ark.