The Icelton Morris Men provided entertainment throughout the evening while visitors enjoyed mulled cider, soup and hotdogs.
The celebrations also raised money for good causes, including St Lawrence Church and the charities it supports.
ealers had trucks which would deliver stoves, wicks, kerosene and other products within a licensed delivery area, and there were small neighborhood shops as well (See the sign at the top of this page.) The Perfection Stove Company sold so many stoves and ranges they also had their own line of cook book!
)Following the merger with Cleveland Metal Products Co.
These heaters used the "store lamp" wick that had been standardized by Rochester in 1884. Rockefeller of Cleveland owner of Standard Oil Company.
At the time Standard Oil was delivering kerosene to homes and businesses for use in kerosene lamps.
- Photographers & Publishers - Photographic Archives The Canal Wharf, Apr 2011 Hungerford, England, is a market town of about 5,800 people at the Berkshire / Wiltshire border.
24 High Street: 1 dormer changed to 3 dormers c1891? Telegraph Poles: c1907: 5-bar in central High Street c1912: 10-bar in central High Street 2-bar at Riverside High Street Drains: Open still in 1909.
Before WW I, oil companies had horse drawn carts with large tanks of kerosene that would go through the larger cities of America.
Rockefeller knew that with use of the Drury Stove the demand for this kerosene would increase substantially and it did.