Outhouse, Dooley, Donnicker, Jake, Biffie, Willey, 
    Reliever, Johnnie, Easer, Privey, Toilet.

Introduction

All Weather Twins
Billiken Twins
Cliff Dweller
Corinthian
Delight
Dreadnaught
End of the Trail
Ensemble
Eureka
Fourposter
General Duty
Leaning Tower
New Era
Nonpareil
Patrician
Prairie Skipper
Precision
Sodbuster
Sportsman
Tourist
Tropical
Venetians

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Field Notes


The General Duty is designed to meet the need for a real family toilet. A mother who has growing children suggested this model, and already it has the approval of more than 100,000 families. It is popularly called "The Two-and-a-half-holer".

Two standard seats, 16 1/2 inches high, and a smaller one 6 1/2 inches lower, makes this truly a family convenience. Small children appreciate the comfort added by the extra seat. One of the standard holes can be cut to oversize dimensions and fitted with a standard hole in a sliding plate, forming two seats of different sizes. This feature offers remarkable mobility of comfortable accommodations.


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