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and notwithstanding it is one of the most efficient organizations of the kind in the State, it has passed unnoticed. It is called the Glade Spring Soldiers' Aid Society. The officers are Mrs. John H. Ernest, President; Mrs. Wm. B. Byars, Vice-Pres't; Mrs. E. A. Robinson, Treasurer, and Miss Virginia Edmondson, Secretary. They have four committees, consisting of five ladies.--Miss Mary Cunningham is at the head of the committee to solicit contributions; Mrs. Mary Smith on delicacies for the sick; Mrs. P. B. Shapp on lint, bandages, &c., and Mrs. David M. Stuart on clothing for the needy. Although they prefer in this matter that "their left hands shall not know what their right hands doeth," yet, as a matter of convenience to the Central Society, which may desire to correspond with these branch societies; and that their friends in the army may know to whom they are indebted to some extent for their comforts, it is to be hoped you will publish this communication. Glade Spring.