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The poor,

in every neighborhood, will require constant aid during the present spell of bad weather to prevent them from great suffering. Many of them have but little food and no fuel, and not a few are entirely without shoes and comfortable clothing. Let the charitable in every neighborhood look after the needy, and, first of all. let us all see that the wives and children of our gallant soldiers in the field are not suffering for common necessaries. Persons not in the field owe it to the soldier to see that his wife and little ones are cared for and supplied with food and fuel.

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