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O p p o r tu n e
and helped me lu
BIx—I’m going to give up cigars.
evory way. I am
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glad to recommend
right now.—Boston Transcript.
It and I cannot
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By ELMO SCOTT WATSON
■ E'SjSFIK Y to picture a simple
p a J little frame house stur.d-
t a g ] ing on the wooded shores
u luzlly-tlowlng stream
GtS" only a few miles from a
|< B Kfeat city where the
rour and clatter of trutlic
never ceases day or
night. But out here these
sounds are muffled and lost 111 the rip
pling of the stream and the murmur
of the wind In the branches of the
In the meantime Capt. William
elms and maples around the house.
There sits a gray-haired woman, eyes 1\ eils, n famous frontiersman who had
dimmed and head bowed hy the weight scouted for Wayne, hastened to Dear
of nearly a hundred years, dreaming born iron» Fort Wayne with 15 friend
perhaps of the long ago when her fa ly Miami Indians to escort Heald’s
ther’s people ruled u wilderness into command to the post in Indiana.
which but few white men hud dared Wells’ favorite niece, Rebekuh Wells,
6 0 c a t d r u g g i s t s , o r J . W . C o l e Co.. 127
was Heald’s wife, and Wells, knowing
S. E u c l i d A ve., O a k P a r k , 111.— Adv.
That was the picture which you well tlie temper of the Indians around
Deafness— Head Noises
might have seen until recently In the Fort Dearborn, was willing to risk his
R E L IE V E D B Y
Cook county forest preserve near Chi
“Judge, there is not one bright spot
dollars. Disregarding tlie danger to
LEO N A R D E A R OIL
cago where Mrs. Mary Robinson
The day before the evacuation the himself when his tribesmen returned in my life—I have been married
“ Hub H ark o f EnrV *
Roger, daughter of Alexander Robin goods were distributed among tlie In and found that their prisoners had es twice.”—London Tlt-BIts.
I N S E R T IN N OSTRIL S
At All liru^glxts. Price $1
son or Cliee-Chu-Pln-Quay, chief of dians who had begun to swarm around caped, Robinson, accompanied by'his
Polder about ‘•D E A F N E SS" on r~ i»«t
the Pottawatomies, Chippewas and Ot- the post as soon as the news that it wife, set out on tlie 300-mlle journey.
A O I.P0VAR1V TNT. 7 0 FIFTH A VIC. N T
DANDELION BUTTER COLOR
tawaa, made her home for more than was to be abandoned had spread, but They paddled tlie entire length of
three-quarters of a century. The all of tlie extra ammunition and u Lake Michigan and after 10 days ar
SA V E \ O l'K T K K TH
A harmless vegetable butter color
for K H K B book
to llin g all a b o u t
other day she slipped quietly into end large store of whisky were destroyed. rived at Mackinac where tlie Healds used by millions for 50 years. Drug W
«m i (lin ea*** of th e m ou th.
E . A r c a d i a , .W b
less sleep and her death snapped the
were turned over to tlie British com
last link between the modern metrop Heald’s command would have been at mander, Captain Roberts. They were of “Dundelion” for 35 cents.—Adv.
olis, Chicago, and the little stockaded tacked anyway, this destruction so in trented kindly and eventually paroled
Sarcasm, I now see to be in gen
Fort Dearborn from which It sprang. furiated the Indians that the garri and allowed to return to their home in
the language of the devil.—Car
It was the last echo, too, of the Fort son’s doom was sealed then and there. Louisville, Ky.
Dearborn massacre, a frontier trag That evening Black Partridge, a
Tlie Indluns had burned Fort Dear
edy which In the history of the Middle friendly Pottawatomie chief, came to born nfter the massacre, but It was
West Is curiously analagous to the Heaid and warned him that ills young rebuilt in 1810. Robinson again made DEMAND “BAYER” ASPIRIN
Fort William Henry massacre In the warriors were bent on mischief and his home near tlie fort and became
l f r COLDS
Fast, which forms the climax In that lie probably could not restrain known as a steadfast friend of the Take Tablets Without Fear If You
A STH M A
them from attack on ttie morrow. But whites. At tlie outbreak of tlie Winne
Cooper's “Last of the Mohicans.’’
See the Safety “Bayer Cross.”
For her father, Alexander Robinson,
bago war in 1827 It was du.' to his
Hfflllnj snd toothing. Used infer-
was one of the friendly Pottawatomie
Warning ! Unless you see the name
Tlie next morning there issued forth efforts nnd to those of two othe. Pot
ta lly and extem aily,givesqtuck relief,
chiefs whose friendship for the whites from tlie fort “tlie saddest procession. tawatomie chiefs, Shahhona and S hu *- "Bayer” on package or on tablets you
H A L L 6C R U C K E L . New York
saved that bloody affair from being Michigan avenue has ever known”— nnakh (Billy Caldwell), that the Pot are not getting tlie genuine Bayer
one of utter horror. Robinson himself the garrison of Fort Dearborn march tawatomies did not Join tlie Wlnne- Aspirin proved safe by millions and
was a Half-breed, the son of a Scotch ing to what they realized was their bagoes and attack Fort Dearborn.
prescribed by physlclnns for 20 years.
H o p e le s s
trader and an Ottawa Indian woman, death. At the hend of tlie column
promised ine n raise If
Again in 1832 Robinson held his
who was born at Mackinac, Mich., In rode Captain Wells, ids face painted
teibestnen in check when they would
1789. lie made his home, with his black in anticipation of his fate. Next have joined Black Hawk, tlie Sac
Employer—But you’re not. No man
What n man praises most whole Is satisfactory who reminds me of a
mother’s people and saw the Ottawas came tlie regular soldiers and In the lender, in Ids war against tlie whites.
and other confederated tribes crushed rear, in wagons, rode the women and Instead of turning hostile, Roldnson heartedly, If he likes It, Is his food.
by "Mad Anthony” Wayne at the children, guarded hy the citizens who and some of his warriors served ns
Hattie of Fallen Timbers In 1704. Al lived near the fort and who laid been scouts for the armies of General At
though he was only five years old at enrolled by Heaid ns militia. A mile kinson and General Henry which final
the time Robinson retained a vivid and n half south of the fort the In ly subdued Black Hawk. Robinson
recollection of what he saw on that i dians. hidden among tlie sand hills, served as Interpreter for Gen. Lewis
memorable occasion and In his later attacked. The struggle Was brief, but Cass at tl>e treaty with the Chippewas
rears often told his thrilling story to in the short time It lasted there were In 1820 nnd his name appears on the
his white friends. Later he married a deeds of heroism which would fill two treaties of Prairie du Chien of
Pottawatomie woman and beeame a volumes.
1829 and 1834.
chief of that tribe.
When the battle was over, 25 reg
By these treaties ihe sum of $5,000
At the outbreak of the War of 1812 ular soldiers, 12 militia. 2 women and
was granted to Roldnson for Ids serv
Robinson was living near Fort Dear 12 children were dead nnd the re
ices to tlie whites nnd each of his chil
born, which had been built on the pres mainder were In tlie hunds of the
dren, a son and two daughters, was
—th e tim e good
ent site of Chicago In 1803. He had Indians as prisoners. Captain Heaid
given $400. In addition he was given
formed a fast friendship with John had surrendered to Black Bird, the
e lim in a t io n is
Klnzie, often called “the f a th e r of principal Pottawatomie chief, when lie a large tract of land on the D e la in e *
m o st im p o rta n t
Chicago,” a trader nnd silversmith saw that further resistance was use river near Chicago and there he lived i
who settled near Fort Dearborn In less and would mean the death of all until his death In 1872. His wife and !
1804. and It was this friendship which nfter they were overcome. Both he son died the next year and the land
came Into the possession of his dnugh- 1
probably influenced him to play the and his wife were badly wounded.
O L D S , chi lls and —causes drowsy head-
ter, Mary Roldnson. who had married
role which he did on the fateful day Some of the prisoners were tortured
changes in tempera^ aches, dizziness and often
Francis Itager, a trader.
of Angust 15, 1812.
to death flint night and others saved
ture impose extra strain a toxid backache. Dis-
F^r some time previous to the nias- for ransom. Among the latter were
on our kidneys. Sluggish- turbed function ia often
ssrre tlie little garrison commanded Captain and Mrs. Heaid. because the was purchased by Cook county to be
ness of function is apt to evidenced by scanty oi
by Capt. Nathan Heaid had been Indians realized that they could de
rmit some retention of burning secretions. At
alarmed hy various hostile acts of the mand a large sum of money for the acres. Including the plot where her
dv-poisons in the blood such times a stimulant
Indians who were hanging around the commander, and they were turned father, mother and brother are burled,
make one more diuretic to the kidneys ia
post, but affslra did not become over to Alexander Robinson.
time. There she had lived for the last j
susceptible to the ills of indicated. Doan's P illa
threatening until the middle of the
The next day their captors set out 75 years on the border of civilization j
winter. Presence of this have been winning friends
summer. Then on August 9 Ileald re
for the St. Joseph river In Michigan but utterly apart from it.
vived orders from General Hull at
unfiltered waste makes for more than fortyyears.
where the Heaida were left in the cus all her lifetime she never rode In a
Detroit to evacuate the post, destroy
listless, tired and achy A sk your neighbor I
tody of a few Indiana while the other street car or automobile and during
the arms and ammunition, distribute
the stores from the government fac Indians sped away to take part in an the las* 30 years of It she never vis
tory among the friendly Indians and attack on Fort Wayne. In their ab ited the city of Chicago. There In j
sence, a chance to escape presented the tiny fragment of the wlldernesa
proceed to Fort Wayne. Ind. Although
that had once been, she lived In the !
H-ald realized fully how perlioua the itself.
Alexander Rohlnann was prevailed forgotten past until her death on ;
execution of this order would be. he
60c ail Jsulsrs. Fowier-Milhum Cs.. M /(. Chemist». Buffalo. N. Y.
had no other choice bnt to obey, »n upon to conduct them to Mackinac January 8, 1927. closed forever the ,
the evacuation of the fort was
ice Heaid waa to pay him a hundred old Northwest.
planned for August 15.
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Stimulant Diuretic to the Kidneys