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Galveston, Texas.—A magnificent church site has been given to First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Galveston. The gift consists of three lots on the southeast corner of Twenty-seventh street and Avenue P, fronting 128 feet on Avenue O and running back 120 feet. There is nothing on the three lots at present, but it is stipulated in the deed of gift that a church edifice be constructed thereon. Plans to this end will be made shortly, and it is understood that the congregation contemplates building a handsome structure.
The Galveston News.
Oak Park, Ill.—Second Church of Christ, Scientist, has purchased for fifteen thousand dollars a lot 100 by 180 feet at the northeast corner of North Oak Park avenue and Ontario street, where it will build its new church, which is to cost seventy-five thousand dollars. Ground was broken June 1. The main auditorium will seat a congregation of from one thousand to eleven hundred people, and the Sunday school over five hundred pupils.—Chicago Examiner.
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