The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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The Wanette Enterprise
COMPLETE CONSOLIDATION OF THE WANETTE NEWSPAPER FIELD EFFECTED APRIL 12, 1913.
WANETTE, POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913
REX ALL REMEDIES MAKE YOU FEEL GREAT. SOLD Only at PETRIE’S
Ringling Bros. Attract Unusual
Interest With Many Big
Ringling Brothers’ circus is
attracting unusual interest this
season because of its many new
features and the new aspect
given the show by the addition
of the great spectacle, “Joan of
Arc.” The circus will be seen
in Shawnee, on Thursday, Oct.
23, and this city and surrounding
country will be well represented
as it always is when Ringling
Brothers are within excurison
There will be a new parade in
the forenoon three miles in
length. The menagerie i s
practically twice as big as it was
last year and contains many
specimens of strange animal life
new to American zoos. Audiences
will be entertained by 375 of the
greatest o f Europe’s circus
artists. Chief among the stars
who are exploiting novelties and
sensational acts are: The Saxon
Trio of the world’s strongest
men, whose wonderful feats of
strength have startled Europe.
No act like this has ever been
seen in America. Close upon it
in importance are the Balkani
family of sensational riders, the
Janowsky family o f novelty
acrobats, the three Jahns, ladder-
balancing sensationalists, the
Clean Up Notice
If the citizens will sack all cans, bones and rubbish and put
them by the alley fence, C. B. Paris will remove them free of
charge to the patrons. This is by order of the city council.
F. C. GOODMAN, City Clerk.
MISS COm EPWORTH LEAGUE
ENTERTAINS CLUB MEMBERS HONORED
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Lorbeer troupe, who juggle “Joan of Arc” tells a master-
luman beings; the Portia |ful story from French history in
quartette o f women contort- a thrilling and dramatic way and
onists, the Maryland family of with the wonderful illusion of
springboard gymnasts, the Alpine tons of battle scene the audience
family of wire performers, Capt. is held spellbound by the realism
Huling’s two troupes of perform- of the scene, while the enact-
ing seals and sealions, the Schu- ment cf the coronation of Charles
man performing horses, the three VII is beyond question she most
herds of best trained elephants sumptuous and inspiring stage
on earth. Mijarez, the Mexican picture ever seen,
wizard of the high wire, the
Klarkonian aerialists, and the
fifty funniest clowns on earth.
The great feature of the show
is of course the newly added
spectacle, “Joan of Ark,” with
i trainload of special scenery,
;ostumes and stage properties
and a cast of 1,200 characters.
There is also a ballet of 300 danc-
ing girls, a chorus of 400 voices
and an orchestra of 100 soloists.
This is the greatest dramatic and
spectacular production ever
presented in America, enacted
on a specially built stage bigger
than a hundred ordinary
theatres. It is made portable so
that it can be erected in the
main tent each morning. This
great entertainment is given as
an introductory to the regular
circus performance and entails
no extra charge of admission.
A. R. LEVY GOING
The A. R. Levy Mercantile
Co., have inagurated a big ten-
day sale during which their
entire stock is thrown on public
sale and anything they have in
their big stock will be sold at
40c on the dollar.
This company has some
wonderful bargains in store for
everybody and brand new and
first-class goods in every respect
is being sold at the foregoing
slaughtered prices. The Com-
pany intends going out of bus-
iness here, consequently, SUCH
The Entre Nous Club spent a'
very pleasant evening with Miss
Vera Cossey last Monday, Oct.
20th, at the home of Mrs. O. L.
Beckner. A musical programe
was rendered, and a paper on
the life of Paderewski and
Rubenstein b y Mrs. Maggie
Jones was esecially good. A.
vocal solo, “The Bird and the
Rose,” by Miss Evants was
enjoyed by all. The instrumental
solo by Miss Jessie Smith was
also appreciated. A vocal solo,
“The Garden of My Rose,” by
Miss Clerget was very good.
Miss Wilson played a Hungarian
Dance by Brahma. A classical
duet (?) by Misses Pollard and
Clerget was one of the features
of the evening. The orchestra
composed of Mrs. French, Misses
McCall, Riggins and Clerget was
a huge success.
Tht new members initiated
were Misses McCall, Hickman
and Mrs. French. Dainty re-
freshments were served and all
adjourned to meet next Monday
evening, Oct. 37, with Miss
Evants; voting Miss Cossey and
Mrs. Beckner delightful hostess;
Next meeting will be a literary
R. S. Braugh entertained the
Epworth League members at his
about a mile from town Tuesday
evening. Very near every
member of the league was
present and all seemed to enjoy
Mr. and Mrs. Braugh proved
themselves to be an excellent
entertainef on a former similar
occasion, and he stills enjoys
Those present were: Misses
Rose Clerget, Mary Swift, Arline
Wilson, Georgia Flinn, Bamma
Pollard, Metta Kidd, Lucile
Quinn, Mrs. Rolette, Mr. and
Mrs. Wertz. The boys were:
Fred Goodman, Fred Kidd,
Elmer Cottingham, Elmer
Martin, J. J. Quinn, Stanley
Kidd, Lester Brown, Joe Rolette,
Robert Wertz, Walter Coulter,
Mr. Rolette, and Guy Coulter.
The young people were convey-
ed to Mr. Braugh’s home in his
wagon, but were compelled to
enjoy the pleasure of walking
back to town. However, the
distance was short and the even-
ing was pleasant, so the walk-
ing was fine. No one had
occasion to grumble.
Miss Arline Wilson visited her
sister in Shawnee Thursday and
Elmer Martin attended the
Ringling Circus i n Shawnee
Misses Wilson, Pollard, and
Evants made a business trip to
Shawnee Saturday evening, re-
turning Sunday morning.
L. E. Brewer made a business
trip to Shawnee Thursday.
LAST CALL, This Sale Starts at Once
The A. E. LEVY MERCANTILE CO., will absolutely close out their entire STOCK of
Dry Goods, Furniture, Hardware, Implements, Queens ware, Carpets, etc.
40c On the DOLLAR Buys Anything
This means goods to you at less cost than manufacturer’s prices. We are going out of bus-
iness here, and must do so at once; therefore, the prices made must close out within the
COURSE OF THE NEXT TEN DAYS
Calico, per yard 3c, Fine 15c Lawn61-2c, Ladies5 15c Hose per pair 5c, Ladies5 35c Gloves 10c,
Children’s heavy 15c Hose, 4 for 25c, 30c Dress Goods, per yard 10c, $25.00 Carpets $15.00, $20.00
Carpets $10.00, $27.50 Cook Stoves $14.00, $20.00 Cook Stoves $10.00, $18.00 Heaters $8.00,
$15.00 Heaters $5.00, Ladies5 Shoes 10 and 15c, All 20c to 30c Queensware, 5c. And all other
goods in our large stock at YOUR OWN PRICE.
Call at our Store and get goods for once in your life at your own price. Must sell everything
A. R. LEVY MERCANTILE COMPANY
LOCATED IN THE OLD G. E. BEAL STAND.
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Brewer, L. E. The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1913, newspaper, October 24, 1913; Wanette, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853879/m1/1/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.