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In plain Kind's English. Piercing Arrow Opening Day was a stunner; the
crowd was with us: Did we say crowd? Weil that's a mighty little word to
express the size of theseething mass of humanitythat swept in upon us Satur
day morning and practically bought everything in sight but the front doors.
Early in the game we saw there was no use in debating the qustion,
the people wanted our goods?they were going to have our goods
and right at the fall of the flag almost, the order went down
everything in the house and let the people have it." That saved the day, and but for this unpacking
of bran, new goods that were put right out at Piercing Arrow prices, we would never have been able to
satisfied the people.
Verily Piercing Arrows must have penetrated every nook and crook of the country. The people were here and such a surging, pushing buying
crowd we have never seen.
REMr;MBEk: This Great Piercing Arrow Sale goes right on, and just as long as we have one dollar's worth of these bran new seasonable goods
left sou get them at the same price advantage.
Our Entire Stock
of Shoes at Piere=
ing Arrow Prices
Every Pair .Marked
in Plain Figures
A UEMARKABLK SALE <>F Ml^AVTIFl'L NKW LACK (1RTAINS
50 pairs Lace Curtains, actual values 7,sc, Pierc
ing Arrow price
60 pairs new colored Curtains. These are the
verV newest taiuirs i:i c lored Curtains, .1
that will appeal to you, \
ic colored Curtains. Thi;
25 pairs Lnce Curtains, values tip to }
t )r.c 1 ?t extra fine Curtains that sold itji 1?
$3. . i'ii . :y An v, - ? ?
We are showing an attractive line of the
thmirs in colored Curtain o-oods; the
YOU MUST NOT
FAI L TO VISIT
One lot Coun
up to $1.25, 89c
Good K h a k i
A special value
in Black Taf
feta Silk 1. c k'd
Men's 50c Elas
t ic Seam Draw
ers 89 c
( hiidrcn s r lay
Suits and Rom
per-\ just the
thing for sum*
ig values m
Mcssaline 89 ?
Socks 10c val
The great Piercing
Arrow Sale brings
to you some remark
able Shoe values.
We have taken all
odds and ends, and
broken lines, lines which we will discon
tinue, and will place them on large bar
gain squares with every pair marked in
Lot 1. Broken sizes, odds and en Is Men's $5.oo -y A<J
"Fl?rsheim" Shoes, Patent Viel and Box Calf ?5?*rO
!. t 2. Men's $3.50 "Crawford" Sin.es. in Pat- *y
ent, Gun Metal and Vici. Your choice . ?.^tO
Lot 3. Men's $2.50 :>.:-..! $3.00 Shoes, hroken 1 o q
lines 1 lit nearly sizes. ? ??V
Lot I. \V( men's$2.50and >:.. "] or thy Dedd" j OcS
Shoes and Oxfords, patent, tan and vloi. . .
Lot 5. Women's $2.00 Oxfords, broken sizes - ir\
ai d odd lots.$1.49 and I* IV
Lot <". One lot Children's Oxfords, broken sizes
worth'hp to $!.f0.
Lot 7. One lot Ladies' Shoes, sizes 2}to4, lace
and button. .T"0
Oar entire stocK of Shoes at Piercinp Arrow prices.
Every Pair Marked in Plain Figures.
One lol Ladies'
.??.'!.",. 1 and $4.00
One lot O
lies up to $'
3 : >'.)
One lot tin
J Saturday's Special J
From our Windows
We will sell Bargain
) re for Ladies
One for Men.
^ You will find Bargains in both of these. ^
Don't forget the time, place and hour.
Greatest Sale of dainty snow white
ever seen in Laurens.
We can only quote the price. To attempt a description
of these garments is hardly possible. You must come and
I see the values lor yourself. You'll not i>e disappointed.
CoWNS .98C, 59c, 39c.
PETTICOATS .$1.98, $1.19. 98c, 69c, 49c.
CORSET COVERS.89c, <'9c, 44c, 19c.
DRAWERS.09c 89c, 19c.
Rain or Shine
Boy's Knee Pants
, ? . , . . ,, Lot !. Rip lot Men's Pants,
Lot J. Boy ft Suits that sold ai , |.r,.:., ?.:..s> worth $2.50 a-.d
$2.50 and $::.00. $1.89 $3. Kl . $1.8!
: L. t 2. Meh'i Pants, broken t ize*
?i ' $ : 50 ?1 d $4.00 values. 2.f'f
$3.5 ? and $4.'"i. 2.89
Lot 2. Boy s Suits that sohl at
$3.50 and $4.oii.
Lev's Knee Pants... .89c, ?
Most wonderful sell- J^Su^ ^3
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 winch \re have only two or
three suits and lines which we have de
cided to discontinue. Note prices closely.
Values from $18.50 to $25.00, your
Lot 2. In this lot are suits thai Sold froi
$12.5n jo $10. ho. your rh< <???.
Lot ::. Light c? bred Suits that sold at v8.'
and $10.00, your choice
Lot !. Sonic < Xtr'it i \alu' m two | lei
suits worth $0.00, jr ehi ice.
When this nil goes p, n., paper we cannoi <|iiot? prie?
on the regular stock, but we want t> assure you
there will ho sonic poo.! values for your selection*! Ev< \
suit tagged with the AUKOW ticket, al marked h plaii
Dm' lot Ladle
(hie lot Pillow
(Jood yd. wide
Sea Island \ d.
A Kemarkable Sale of Beautifdi
MAY LACK CURTAINS
1 pairs Lace Curtains, actual 75c Vahles
CO pairs new colored Curtains, a value thai will a-..
peal to you. Very special
2fi pairs f'me colored Curtains. A great value
2.1 pairs LaCe Curtains, values up to ?!.?..-:,. Choice
One lot extra fine Curtains thai sold up to $M.00,
Your choice <>f this lot for
We are showing an attractive i.:i> ol n< v. thing!
in colored Curtain Goods. Very special the yd
Lot ? '. Men's $5;0t) Dres? i
9c-. ]9c ? Lot '!. Men's $i.r.o Pant?
10 yards of Calico for 10 cents
cash purchase of $7.00 or over; or, if you i
10 spools of Thread
Lisle H ?
black and e
We have a tew Full
$10.00, will be sold at
hlack and col
ors, values to
Piercing Aiyow Price s are
strictly CASH. We are
making exceptionally low
prices and cannot charge
goods at sale prices. Your
money cheerfully refunded
if tor;;!:;; reason you are not
Best yd. wide
Men's 60c Sus
I .;k!k s' < iou ris
98e, 59c, 39c
$1 1 R, $1
('orsc t i 'overs
89c f.9c, '. ;>-. ih
One lot regular
odd- and ends
It's All Cash. N'our
Money Back if you
J. E. MINTER & BRO.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
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