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In Years Past

May 1, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, the public service commission took up the matter some time ago of the complaint of Jamestown Council, United Commercial Travelers of America, that the Chautauqua Traction Company did not furnish adequate toilet facilities on its cars that were operated between Jamestown and Westfield. The traction company, on its part, showed the difficulty and undesirability of maintaining toilets on the cars that operated through so much suburban property and further gave a list of stations between Jamestown and Westfield where toilet facilities were provided. They stated that cars would wait for passengers to use these facilities, if requested to do so.

 
 

 

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