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Promptly at 0 o'clock Saturday morning we will open our doors to the people and the great Piercing Arrow Sale
will be on. We will inaugurate one of the mightiest trade battles that has ever been waged in Laurens or the
whole surrounding country. Prom start to finish there will be such doings as will make the battles of ancient
times fade into mere nothings; quivering ARROWS, pulsating with profit to the people will dominate every de
partment of our business. We have a tremendous stock of high class merchandise and it was never more
complete than it will be for this grand Sale. Bright, snappy- seasonable goods at the low est prices for CASH.
One lot Ladies'
lip to $1.50, c
One lot C
Men's 5dc Elas
tic Seam Draw
tuen s -v
Suits and (tam
pers, just the
thin*; for sum
(>no lot Ladies'
50 and $1.00
One lot Coun
ues im t (i .'? l.'.'?">.
? lOl tine
A special \ a'.ue
in Black Taf
feta Silk I :v yd
The great Piercing
/ S*?SSS Arrow Sale brings
\ . ^Jj.?Vv^^ 11 > VOu 51 ,rM: remark
able Shoo values.
We have taken all
odds and ends, and
broken lir.es. lines which we will discon
tinue, and will place them on large bar
gain squares with every pair marked in
Lot 1. Broken sir.es, odch and ends Men's $5.00 i io
"Florsheim" Shoes, Patent Vici and Box Calf ^? ? O
Crawford" Shoos, in Pal
.Men's I) la i
Socks l v vi
Lot J. Men's $3.50 "I'rnwrorit" .-hoes, in Pat- a q
cut. Gun Metal and Vici. Your choice . ?? *0
Lot ?". Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Shoos; broken
Kr.es hut nearly all sizes.
Lot i. Woineh's $2.50 and $3. "Dorothy bodd"
Shoes ami Oxfords, patent, tan and vici.
Lot .">. Women's $2.00 Oxfords, broken sizes
arid odd lets.$1.49 arid
Lot ,;. One lot Children's Oxfords, broken sizes
worth up to $l.i*0.
Lot 7. One jot Ladies' Shoes, si.-.os 2J to i. lace
and but ton.
Our entire stocK of .Shoes at Piercing Arrow prices.
Every I'air MarHed in Plain Figures.
Must NOT Fail to Visit
the Great Basement and
Piercing" Arrow Pit.
COLORED LAWNS 6c yd. WHITE LAWN Be yd.
2CO0 yards colored Lawns, Mill Ends 2500 yards 10 inch While Lawn, .VILL
The van! 5c ENDS
$15.00 WASH SUITS $?.99
$10.00 WASH SUITS >").:>:?
Hand30mewoXup to $15.00 6 hU,tS I B^utiful lot new Wash Suits worth u,
$0.00 WASH St'ITS $3.39
Some unusual values in Wash Suits
thai so d up to $ L00
WASH SUITS -f-M'S
is a great bargain. You'll be
surprised at the values
Don't fail to see the specials we are offering in Voile
and Panama Skirts. J
All Men's Straw tints at Half Price
>no li>t men's felt hats, odd,lots, $3.00
Wonderful values in Table Linen
89c, 7?)c. VK, 39c, 19c.
Piercing \rrovk Prices ari Cash,
1 l.)t nur.
Men's f am
10 yards of Calico for 10 cents
with a cash purchase of $7.00 or over; or, if you prefer,
10 spools of Thread
with a cash purchase of $7.<<*) or over.
Greatest Sale of dainty snow white
ever seen in Laurens.
We can only quote the price. To attempt a description
of those garments is hardly possible You must come and
900 the values for yourself. You'll not be disappointed.
GOWNS .JWc, 59e, 39c.
PETTICOATS.$1.98, $1 I '. !'8\ fi9c, 19c.
CORSET COVERS .89c, ? '.?.?. lie, l9c.
DRAWERS.''>;>.?. ?::>(?. !!><?.
bail I OS ? ? 'C
Li.-ie Ii I SO,
black and colors
black and col
ors, values to
A Kemstrkable Sale of Beautiful
new lace curtains
ill) pairs L ire Curtains, actual 7f,e values.
CO pans new colored Curfah s. a value that ?II1
>it hats, values t<
$1.5' "W. Bi" (
Or.e lot $2.50 Co:
$1.00 "Regal" C
Most wonderful si II
Ing of strictly high
grade clothing the
old town ever saw.
No such values as
these were ever of
fered in Laurens, We have gone through
our stock and selected all the broken lines,
all lines in which we have only two or
three suits and lines which we have de
cided to discontinue. Kote prices closely.
()ne lot 1 .adle
! i an i ! lag -
Boy's Knee Pants
Lot 1. Boy's Suits that sold at
$2.50 and' $3.00. $1.8'.t
L >t 'J. Boy's Suits that spill at
$3.50 and $4.00.
B >v's Knee Pants
Lot 1. Big lot Men's Pants,
broken sizes, worth $2." ? and
Lot 2. Men's PnntS, broken sizes
$ : .">?> and $4.00 values. 2.98
Lot 3. Men's $5.00 Dress Pants.. 3.49
Lot I. Men's $1.50 Pan's. 1.19
Weal 1? vo i. Very special.
?**, t ai' s line colored Curtains. A gTOnl VhllSfl.$1 25
is i. e Curtains, values up i?> $1.26. 'Choice.. ,7?c
One lot extra thie curtains thai sold up to $3.00, | wo advertise, and in manv instances more.
Your clvM<.t l\\U 1 >t lor.. . . .$2. Ii? I
This Great Money Saving Occasion
is very important to you all. Our stock was never more j
complete than it will be Saturday morning June 19th,
when We open our doors on tin* great PIKUCING ARROW
SALE. We have too many goods, and we deem it wise
policy to offer some extraordinary inducements jusl at this
time when the people need the m* irehandise. We believe
this will be appreciate 1 by the many friends of this store,
and will also attract the attention of people who have
never been in to see us. Our business reputation Stands
behind every article we sell and every price we quote. We
never misrepresent in our ads. We give you .just what
We are showing attractive line of new things
in colored Curtain Goods. Very special, the yd .
Be Here or You'll he Sorry
Values from $18.50 to $25.00, your ch<
Lot 2. In this lot are suits thai sohl fr<
$12.50 to $lt>.50, your choice.
Lot 3. L:jght ('? I re I Suits thai s lid til ?8
and .flo.no, your choice'.
Lot !. Some extra good vaiu s in tw< pi
. hits worth $0.()0| your choice. ...
When this ad goes to the paper v.e eannol qu ."? .???
mi the regllthr Slock, but we want I ? a.-sure yipii tin
there will !>? some good yn u -s roi* your seh el tn. Ever';
suit tagged Willi I ho ARROW ticket, Uli marked in plai
Read these remarkable Hour ? Minute
Sales for Saturday and Monday,
June loth and 21st.
We announce the sales for the opening
day Saturday. They will be repeated
Monday. Make careful note of the differ
ent sales. Please have correct change as
we cannot attempt to make change dur
ing these sales.
9 to 9:30 a. m. we will sell 40-inch Lawn
at Ic per yard. Ten card limit.
In to 10:30 a. m. we will sell ladies' regu
lar 5c handkerchiefs at Ic each.
(1 >ne to n eUstorriw '. <
11 to 11:30 Will sell ladies' 15c Mose at 5c
1:30 to 2 p, m. we will sell 10 yards beau
tiful Dross Muslin for 39c. 10 yd limit
2:30to3p<m. we will sell Men's and Boys'
negligee Shirts, wort!: :!."> and IOC at 15c
i? me to a customer i
4:30 to 5 p, m. we will sell the famous
"Air Float" Talcum Powder at 3c can.
(Limit one cam)
I 'el I coat ,
Besl yd. wldi
(lags worth up
Men's ."Oe Sus
! ,a lies' < lowns
98c, 59C. 39c
89c 69c, i ic, 19c
09c. 39c, 19c
< me lot regu'at1
odds and ends
It's AI! wash. Your
Money Back if you
J. E. MINTER&BRO
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA