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If the hospitable people of Concord experienced the truth of the statement that "it is more blessed to give than to receive," theirs must have been a happy state of mind on the days of the twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth of June.
Speaking as one of the recipients of Concord's hospitality, I know the rich enjoyment we felt in the occasion that called out the friendliest possible treatment of a throng of unexpected visitors. On Monday, June the twenty-fourth, in the neighborhood of a thousand Christian Scientists from far and near, found themselves the surprised and surprising guests of Concord for an all-night visit. It happened in this wise. Each individual Scientist of this one thousand strong wished to visit Concord for the all-sufficient reason that in this beautiful city is the home of the beloved Founder and Leader of Christian Science.
Channing A. Bartow
Helen A. Nixon
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
An Interesting Interview
with contributions from Lord Dunmore
Among the Churches
with contributions from W. L. Sperring, Ida A. Buck, John Mason
An Object Lesson
BY MINNIE E. ERWIN.
Prison Work at Joliet, Ill.
BY W. F. AUSTIN.
BY HERBERT W. BECK.
Letter from Germany
Results of Accident Entirely Overcome
Mary L. Frye
Help Received from the Quarterly
M. Z. F. with contributions from C. U. Bennett, Katie Thompson