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Shortly after this date the gas lines were laid and gas was furnished all those that wanted it for lights, cooking, heating, etc. A lot of people used gas for lights in their houses and it proved out far superior to the old kerosene lamp. Reid took charge of the Gas Company business in Elkland and during that same year, probably during the latter part, R. Hammond, better known as "Rube" Hammond, took over the company affairs. Fessler in charge and for many years the gas bills were paid at Mr. Shortly after the gas was first introduced into Elkland the main line was extended down the Cowanesque Valley to Nelson, then to Lawrenceville, and branched out there into Elmira and various towns up the Tioga River Valley. Fessler, the Potter Gas Company sold its holdings to the North Penn Gas Company with whom all are familiar. Lynn Merrill was placed in charge of the Gas Company business for a short time and during this same year the office was moved to its present location on Main Street and Mrs. It was sold at auction on Saturday to John Smith Pease of Wayne, N. The house was the first brick building to be erected in Tioga County, being built for Robert Tubbs and his father, Col. The "brick pond" under the hill at Osceola still marks the scene of the pioneer ceramic industry.
Survey plats are part of the official record of a cadastral survey.
Farm lands remaining and a one time tenant house went to the family of Elsie Tubbs Mull after the death of Mr. In fact he never owned land in Elkland but he and other family members not only claimed or owned every inch in what is now Elkland borough but held large acreage in Osceola and Nelson Townships.
A Connecticut Yankee who was virtually dispossessed of lands in the Wyoming Valley during the long struggle between people of Connecticut and Pennsylvania known as the Pennamite War, Tubs came to the Cowanesque in the spring of 1811.
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I’ve even seem some suggestions that nutritional ketosis was “the norm” for these cultures. The majority of studies have shown that traditional hunter-gatherer (HG) societies typically consume between 30–40% of their total calories from carbohydrate, though the range can vary between 3–50% depending on the population studied and the latitude at which they live.
The men’s lockers were in the basement, it was always cold and damp down there on the concrete floor.