AMONG THE CHURCHES

Champaign Gazette

A popular spot on the Chautauqua grounds is the large tent placed in position by the Christian Scientists of this city; and yesterday [Aug. 16] those in charge estimated that six hundred visited the headquarters.

Every little detail looking to the convenience and pleasure of the public has been provided, including ice water, a telephone, a typewriter, a writing-desk, and a registration book, in addition to rocking-chairs, a lounge, plenty of reading (including books and newspapers), a mail box, and souvenir post-cards. On the whole it is rather remarkable that so many conveniences are to be found under one tent, and a place where everybody is welcome. A spirit of good fellowship prevails to an extent that is contagious.

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