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Governor of Massachusetts elected vice president of the United States in Republican landslide. HARDING WILL HAVE A REPUBLICAN SENATE Every Indication That Next Upper House Will Have G. O. P. Ma jority of Six. New York, Nov. 4. —There is every indication that the next senate will have a Republican majority of from 6 to 8. The Republican landslide for President bus carried with it practical ly all of the candidates for United States senator In the states that were considered doubtful. One of the mof*t bitter of the sena torial fights was waged in New Hamp shire against George H. Moses, the Re publican incumbent, by Raymond B. Stevens. Moses was elected by an overwhelming majority. In Connecticut Senator Frank B. Brandegee, Republican, won over Au gustine Lonergen. Here the League of Nations was a leading issue and it was believed that Lonergen’s personal pop ularity would result in lfis election. Connecticut was one of the states in which it was expected by the Demo crats that they would win a senator. In Vermont Senator W. I\ Dilling ham, Republican, was re-elected over Howard E. Shaw by a big majority. In Idaho the present Democratic sen ator. John F. Nugent, was defeated by ex-Gov. F. R. Gooding. Nugent was elected two years ago by a majority of less than 1,000 and his defeat was pre dicted if the state went Republican, which if did overwhelmingly. New York’s overwhelming majority for Harding carried Senator James W. Wadsworth, Republican, to a tremen dous victory over his Democratic ad versary, Harry C. Walker. Wads worth was not very popular with the women voters, but the returns showed he ran neck to neck with Harding. The Republican landslide in Illinois carried W. M. McKinley to victory over Peter A. Waller, his Democratic op ponent, while in Indiana Janies R. Watson won over Tom Taggart in a decisive manner. This was one of the surprises of the day, as Watson was under a most severe attack. Returns from California indicate that the state has gone Republican by a big majority, insuring the election of Samuel Sliortridge, the Republican candidate, over James D. Phelan, the Democratic incumbent. In the bitter three-cornered fight in Wisconsin Lenroot, Republican, gained a plurality over Reinch, Democrat, and Thompson, who ran as an independent candidate with the backing of Senator LaFollette. NEGRESSES DENIED BALLOTS Barred From the Polls at Savannah, Ga—No White Women Appear. Savannah, Nov., 3. —Negro women were refused ballots at the voting places in Savannah Tuesday. Many ne gro women have registered here since th 3 suffrage amendment became ef fective, but the election judges ruled that they were not entitled to vote because of a state law which requires registration six months before an election. No white women presented themselves at the polls. MEXICO PAYS GREAT BRITAIN British Government Agrees to Settle ment Growing Out of Killing of Benton. Washington, Nov. 2. —Great Britain has agreed to a settlement of the claim against Mexico, growing out of the killing of William S. Benton, a British subject, near Juarez, on Feb ruray 17, 1914. Mexico is to pay $lO.- 000 cash to Mrs. Benton and a pen sion of $2.50 a day as long as Mrs. Benton remains unmarried. TWELVE MEN DIE IN BLAST Several Others Were Injured in Ex. plosion at Powder Plant at North Tonawanda, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 1. —Twelve men were killed and several were injured in an explosion at the Niagara Powder company’s plant at North Tonawanda, N. ** With the Breath of the Southern Seas. Janesville Daily Gazette i • '' Has secured the serial rights to a story of the land of summer and languor, of romance and adventure, of the islands and the sea made famous by Robert Louis Stevenson and Jack London Pearl Island Written by Henry C. Rowland, fresh from the Coral Islands If the South Seas typify adventure so does this story. The old buccaneers are dead but there are flesh and blood heroes and heroines of today, with cunning and violence, sin and goodness, pathos and comedy, in close relation and a powerful story of the love of a girl and a man. First chapters in the Gazette, Saturday, Nov. 13. The Janesville Daily Gazette publishes from 8 to 10 of the lat est and best novels during the year. Purchased in book form at $1 these novels would represent an outlay to you of from $8 to $lO. Special correspondents located in your own town and in the surrounding towns, give you the latest news from all over the community in which you are interested. An Associated Press wire to the Gazette office gives you all the news of the nation and the world right up to the last minute before going to press. A recently added Associated Press corre spondent at Madison sends you the news of your state. TEAR OFF AND MAIL ATTACHED COUPON TODAY. The Gazette Printing Company, Janesville, Wisconsin. Gentlemen—Enclosed find $1.50 for a three month’s trial sub scription to the Janesville Daily Gazette. Name ... ED.R. Address., HOUSEHOLD CARES, Tax the Women of Edgerton the Same as Elsewhere. Hard to attend to household duties With a constantly aching back. A woman should not have a bad back And she seldom would if the kidneys were well. Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsed by thousands. Have been used in kidney trouble for over 50 years. Ask your neighbors. Read what this Edgerton woman says: Mrs. O. Nelson, 104 Cliff St., Ed gerton, says: “I had been overtaxing my strength housecleaning and was feeling run down generally. My back suddenly began to ache so I could hard ly get about to do my household duties. It couldn't stoop or move my body without being in misery and I had vio lent headaches. At times I was dizzy too. Reading about Doan's Kidney Pills being so good is what led me to try them and 1 was more than surpris ed at how quickly they helped me. Two boxes of Doan's rid me of the trouble entirely and of late I have been free of kidney complaint." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim gy ask for a kidney remedy—get oan's Kidney Pills —the same that Mrs. Nelson had. Eoster-Milburn Cos. Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Real Help. It Is the easiest thing in the world to turn a poor fellow off when he comes with a big lump In his heart by say ing, “Here’s a dollar. Go and have a good time with It.” And all the time what he needs is a hand under his el bow and a lift over the road that is stony. —There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies; and by continually failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it i incurable. Science has proven catarrh ! to be a constitutional disease, and, there fore requires constitational treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo. 0., is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken' internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circular and testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo, O. £3g“Sold by druggists. Take Halls Family Pills for constipation TURKS KILL 10,000 ARMENIANS Town of Hadjln Captured by Nation alists and Inhabitants Massacred, Says Report. London. Nov. 3. —The Armenian town of Hadjln has been captured by Turkish nationalists who have mas sacred the inhabitants, numbering 10,- 000, according to a dispatch to the Armenian bureau in London. These Armenians had been holding out against the attacking forces since March last. BAVARIA ORDERED TO DISARM Munich to AsU Berlin Administration to Refuse to Obey Allies' Instructions. Munich, Germany, Nov. 3. —Demand for the prompt disarmament of militia detachments have been handed the Bavarian goverftment by the allies’ control commission here. It is assert ed in official circles the Bavarian gov ernment will ask the Berlin adminlg tration to refuse energetically to sop* press defense organizations. Writes to Beethoven. A letter addressed to the composer Beethoven was received in Vienna the other day from a woman in the prov inces. She wrote she had • recently heard some of his music and was anx ious to place her daughter under his tuition. Tire postal authorities deliv ered the letter at the house in which Beethoven lived and where he died 92 years ago. The concierge said no such man resided there, so the post man sent it to the dead letter office. Enough Nuts to Feed World. The nut trees of the world, it is cal culated, could provide food all the year rouid for the population of the globe. Brazil nuts grow in such pro fusion th?t thousands of tons of them are wasted every year. Costs less per gallon-spreads twice as fast : " Covers over twice as much surface Permanently preserves the wood against decay Saves over one-half the cost of painting your bam Backed by a written guarantee Hain, Livick°’& Arthur EDGERTON, WIS. Ask These Men What TAeyTituSk About the Universal T}ROP over to your neighbor’s place tomorrow around milk ing time—to the farm of any of these men: (NAMES OF USERS IN\ YOUR LOCALITY/ Geo. H. Benson M. A. Strummond Marvin Smitnback Lawrence Smithback Elmer Johnson Wm. Gilley Daniel Pierce Lawrence Marsden Wentworth & Ryerson Mrs. Jay Wescott Herman Wilburg D. L. Babcock & Son R. L. Green & Sons Gus Owens These farmers are milking with the Universal Natural Milker. They will be glad to show jrou this time-sav ing machine In action. Then, If rou are looking for a reel ea> job.aak them to let you help milk-just for the experience of It. The simplicity and speed with which the Unlvereel operates (in ene-third ihm time it takes to milk by hand) will surprise you. You will note partlealarly how naturally the eowa teke to this easy method of milking, For th * ■■ - unuSCEBL geturei muaer milks the natural way— relieves ond messages two teats at a time—while two are being milked. You are going to come away saying to yourself * 'that 'e the machine I want §ui my dairy—that’s the outfit I havs been Make It a point to see at least one of these men this week. Then come and see us. We will be glad to give you more facto why thio Is the milker for your form. J. B. SHAW ESTATE Edgerton, Wisconsin Distributors 1 IP x-ms tt jHIfIK near this NEW EDISON .•V,•‘ - • < • < > -*vj this New Edison “T/te Phonograph With a Soul” It is an exact duplicate of the Official Laboratory Model, which made music-history October 20th in Edgerton. This instrument has been certified by Hardy Williamson and the Fleming Sisters Trio themselves. Do you hope to own a phonograph as wonderful as the Official Labora tory Model, which enthralled an' audience of Edgerton’s music-lovers at The Rialto? Do you want your home to enjoy this new art of music RE-CREATED, with which Mr. Edison has amazed and delighted the whole world? We have a few Official Labora tory Models in our store. They are Through our Budget Plan of Payment, you can feel free to order an Official Laboratory Model now, —and pay for it at your convenience. WILL BARDEEN [First publication Oct. 29, 1920] Notice of Hearing STATE OF WISCONSIN, County Court for Rock County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a regu lar term of the County Court to be held in and for said county at the court house, in the city of Janesville, in said county, on the first Tuesday, being the th day of December, 1920, at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of W. F. Palmiter to admit to probate the last will and testament of Jane Palmiter, late of the city of Edgerton, in said county, deceased, and for the appointment of an executor or administrator of said 6Stdt6 \ Dated October 22, 1920. Charles L. Fifield, County Judge. Grubb & Towne, Attorneys for Pe titioner. [First publication Oct. 15, 1920] Notice of Hearing. STATE OF WISCONSIN, County Court for Rock County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a reg ular term of the County Court, to be held in and for said County, at the Court House in the City of Janesville, in said County, on the first Tuesday, being the 2nd day of Nov., A. D. 1920, at nine o'clock a. m., the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Mary E. Brown for the appointment of an administra tor of the estate of Sarah A. La Plant late of the city of Edgerton, in said County, deceased, and for the deter mination of the heirs and next of kin of said decedent. Dated October 7, 1920. By the Court: Charles L. Fifield, County Judge. Grubb & Towne, Attorneys for Peti tioner. For Sale —A Quick Meal range, coal or wood, very good condition.— Ed. Grassman, Phone 61 Black. 47tf * ti r * I Here’s The Point 1 9 Don’t make the mistake of thinking anything fc w is good enough for your barn. Use | I Sherwin-Williams I I Commonwealth Barn Red I Ia Real Paint. It covers well —and lasts. It halts 8 depreciation. It spreads easily under the brush. 8 8 and a little of it goes a long way. §§ I 4'L. N. POMEROY CO.|. I Phone 257 Edgerton, Witj^^ exact duplicates of the epoch-mak fng instrument, which triumphed in the test. They will sustain the very same test. Hardy Williamson and The Fleming Sisters Trio, in order to assure you of this, have signed Certificates of Authenticity which will be presented to the pur chasers of these instruments. Only a few of these certified Offical Lab oratory Models left. You would better come in today.