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BY JOSEPH H. ODELL
Will the animosities of the present war continue long after the close of hostilities?
Will the friendships of the present war enhance as the years pass?
Two simple stories of the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, celebrated by Federal and Confederate troops together in July, 1913, may throw some light on the above questions.
A member of the Headquarters Staff of the Pennsylvania National Guard, being provided with an automobile, found it to be his pleasant duty to take distinguished visitors to the places of interest upon the battlefield. Time after time, at that point of Cemetery Ridge known as High Water Mark, where the Confederates actually broke through the Union lines for a brief moment, he noticed a grizzled Northern veteran standing by the stone wall. His presence there was so continuous that at length the staff officer questioned him.
"No," replied the veteran, “ it's not the scenery I'm looking at; but I'm thinking of fifty years ago. When the rebels broke through at this point, I was color sergeant of my regiment, and one of the Johnny Rebs hit me over the head with his musket and carried off the flag. So I said to myself that if that fellow is still living and at this reunion he will be sure to come back here and boast about how he stole our colors. I'm waiting for him, and when he arrives I'm going to swat him hard.”
During the first day's fight at Gettysburg a Union soldier was wounded and left on the field. That night the Confederates took possession of Seminary Ridge and bivouacked there. One of Lee's men picked up the wounded Northerner, took him to his tent, bound his wounds and nursed and tended him during the remainder of the battle. When the fight was over, and Lee had to retreat, the wounded Federal boy was left behind. Fifty years passed, and at the reunion these two, now old men, met and re-established their friendship. They were inseparable during the encampment. At length the day of separation came, and they went together to the Western Maryland station. Genuine grief possessed them, because they must part again, and probably this time forever. But they wanted some permanent memento of their reunion, and at length, upon the station platform, each took off his uniform and gave to the other, and when the trains pulled out almost simultaneously the Northern soldier went back to his Northern home clothed in Confederate gray, and the Southerner went back to his Southern home clad in Federal blue.
Your pail is ready-fat, meaty, juicy mackerel
Most of the fish your dealer can buy are the choicest of Gloucester's famous Spring fish, thin, dry, and tasteless. What mackerel direct to the homes of I've selected for you are Fall fish, juicy and families throughout the country.
fat with the true salty-sea mackerel flavor.
We clean and wash them before weighing: Our Own Home Kind
You pay only for net weight. No heads and
no tails. Just the white, thick, meaty porPeople here in Gloucester, the leading fish tions—the parts that make the most deliport of America, laughed at me when I be cious meal imaginable. You probably have gan to sell mackerel by mail. They didn't never tasted salt mackerel as good as mine. realize how hard it is for other people to get good fish. But I did. So I decided to make
Send No Cashit easy for everybody, everywhere, to have Try the Mackerel First full-flavored, wholesome fish, the kind we pick for our own eating here at Gloucester. I want you to know before you pay that 65,000 families are buying
my fish will please you. If from us today.
there is any possibility of a Fishmen for Gen
Such a Good Breakfast! risk, I want it to be at my
expense. Just mail the coupon erations
A fat, tender, juicy Davis' today, and I'll ship at once a
Mackerel broiled to a siz pail of my mackerel containYou see, I know fish. My
zling browi. ; some butter, ing 9 fish, each fish more than folks, 'way back, have always a sprinkling of pepper, a sufficient for 4 people, all been fishmen. They helped touch of lemon, if you wish charges prepaid, so that your found Gloucester in 1623. My -how good it smells, how family can have a real Glouboyhood days were spent tempting it looks, how it
cester treat Sunday morning. aboard fishing boats. Catch tickles the palate, and oh, Then-if my mackerel are ing fish, knowing the choicest how it satisfies!-the favorite not better than any you have and picking 'em out, cleaning breakfast dish of thousands.
ever tasted, send back the and curing them the right
rest at my expense. way, has been my life's job.
If you are pleased with themThirty Years' Development
and I'm sure you will be send me $4.50,
and at the same time ask for “ Descriptive Today our business is housed in a modern, List of Davis' Fish,'' sold only direct, never four-story, concrete building, with 20,000 to dealers. square feet of floor space ; fitted with the Remember : Meat, flour, potatoes, everything most improved and sanitary equipment for has gone 'way up in price. In comparison, cleaning and packing fish. Standing at the Davis' mackerel is low. An economical foodwater's edge, the fishermen's catches are so good to eat, so nutritious! brought right into the building. They go to The Sea Food Cook Book” that goes your table with "the tang of the sea " in with the fish will tell you just how to them.
Frank E. Mail the coupon now with your , Davis Co., business card, letterhead or reference.
326 Central Wharf,
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please send me, all Davis Co.
charges prepaid, a pail 326 Central Wharf,
contain 9 fislı,each fish more
than sufficient for 4 people. I Gloucester,
agree to remit $4.50 in ten days Mass.
A CAMERA IN THE WRONG
of Davis' Mackerel - to
A British photographer writes to the
Photo-Era” that a camera is a dangerous bit of mechanism to toy with just now. He says that the captain of an English cargoboat told him his ship met with an accident on its last voyage to Canada. Having a pocket kodak, he planned to go ashore and snapshot the damaged bow as a record for his owners. A port authority strongly discouraged him, and on being pressed for a reason, said, “ Well, you see, the harbor guards are young men with new rifles, and if they see you bobbing about with a camera you might get a bullet through you !"