Cabot Continues to Invest in Calhoun in 1936


Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 8/6/1936.

Cabot Builds New Pumping Station

Work was started this week on a pumping and condensing station by Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc. that will mean much to gas producers in Sheridan district and in the lower end of the county.  The new station will (illegible) h.p. engines and pumps and will be able to take care of five million cubic feet daily.

When interviewed by the Chronicle (illegible) would be capable of pumping five million feet daily and that the gas would be placed in the mains of the Manufacturers Heat & Light Company after the first of November.

The new station is being built on the farm of Mrs. Lelia B. Carroll, near the mouth of Big Root, where the Cabot Company purchased a small lot.