JTH Cole Bros 10-10-1929 Indian Journal, Eufaula OK
j < ; ! Cole Bro\>. Circus j In Eufaula Thursday j October 31st V/ith the arrival in Eufaula of Jerome Harjdman contracting agent of the Cole Bros. Circus, arrangements arrangements have been completed with the city officials and local merchants for the parade and exhibitions exhibitions of this old-time favorite in Eufaula on October 31. Mr. Harriman carries letters from Chamber of Commerce organizations. organizations. Mayors and City Clerks of "various cities where the show has exhibited this season, endorsing the entertainment offered, and commenting commenting on high-class personnel of the organization, in many instances, instances, welcoming the show back at its earliest convenience. He is very emphatic in his denial that cirrus parades have b^en aban doned, and claims that while one circus is too stingy to give a street parade, his managers have taken the opposite \iew and have increased increased the street pageant of the Coc Bros. Cirrus until now it. is the.lar gest one in exis'ence; thrv figure i -hc parade is the show window of the exhibition, with exi'.ctlv the same objrrt of thr parade is to giv icy to many poor children wlins 1 only glimpse of th" world'.; vomica; is the tune-honored cirrus procession; procession; all dens uu? "agrs are w'd ' «T<P. so that all may see the many animals from every clime: five bra:s bands dispense rral musir. along with the largest steam calliope calliope ever constructed, while twenty clowns furnish the comedy. At the circus grounds, after the parade, the visitors are entertained while'waiting for-the doors to open at 1 :00 o'clock, after which, an inspection inspection of the menagerie is in order; order; practically eyery known jungle animal is represented, also many denizens of the Artie regions, the entire collection of 400 beasts being a complete education in animal- land. A 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. the performances performances start and from the open ing spectacle to the closing overture the air, the rings and the track, are filled with acrobats, aerialists, clowns and performing animals of all kinds, accompanied by the best band in circusdom. Mr. Harriman informs us the Cole Bros. Circus is *he only large organi zation booked into this territory this season; also there are none scheduled within forty miles of this city, and that his show will positively positively parade and exhibit here on the date above mentioned, whether rain or shine. The parade is at 11 a. m. The Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.