I thought the Sears Roebuck catalog was especially cute. I would like to maybe include an outhouse behind the saloon. Here's some cute info that I found out about toilet paper while sitting at the doctor's office the other day.
"It was once common practice in rural America to leave a corncob hanging from a string in the outhouse for purposes of personal hygiene. Apparently the reason to hang it on a string was so that the cob (could) be reused - yuck. Some parts of the country that were flush with corncobs might provide a box of disposable cobs."
"Corncobs and pages torn from newspapers and magazines were commonly used in the early American West. With the rise of the Sears Roebuck company - a catalog company, pages from the catalog were used. As with the cob, the catalog (would) be hung on a string in the outhouse and pages were torn off as needed. When Sears began printing color pictures in the catalog earlier in the 20th century the use of coated stock, which was nonabsorbent, was a source of great concern to farm families, and even produced such humorous spin-offs as the "Rears and Sorebutt" catalog. The Farmer's Almanac had a hole in it so it could be hung on a hook and the pages torn off easily."
- Family Pastime Magazine April 2009 "Yucky News" by I. M. Yuckee (no clue if that is real name or not)