News: Neillsville – New Public Restrooms (1909)


Surnames: Eberhardt, Fulwiler

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Dec 1909

Of the restroom opened for the public at Neillsville, the Times says: “Last Monday the W.C.T.U. restrooms were opened for the use of the public. The businessmen of the city have subscribed sufficient money to pay the expense of conducting the restroom, and the W.C.T.U. women have encouraged the venture with their assistance and labor. The rooms are located in the building formerly occupied by the Eberhardt Furniture Store and are free to the public. There are warm rooms, chairs, table, papers, toilet for women and children and the restrooms make an ideal place to which to rest, meet friend, and visit with neighbors. Mrs. Fulwiler is in charge of the rooms as matron, and lives above the rooms, so that they have attention at all tie. The restrooms are open every day and farmers and their wives are especially invited to make use of them freely.”



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