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COLLECTION RATING.
Percentage of money outstanding at the end of March, 1908, to the total amount of the bills
rendered subscribers for the month, and percen tage of number of unpaid accounts at the end of
March to the number of accounts.

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4 Napa

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Coast Division. Pomeroy

11
4 Newberg

26 4 Southern Division,
Ritzville

1 0 Oregon City 0 0 Hollister

13
6 Spokane
26 12 Portland
11 6 Anaheim

11
Monterey
8 4 Sprague

94
24' Roseberg

10 Alhambra

15 11
Palo Alto
7 4 Walla Walla ... 4 4 Salem

37
11 Colton

29 17
Redwood
.30 13

The Dalles
47 28 Fullerton

12 10
Salinas
2 1 Oakland Division. Vancouver

18
Glendale

6 6 San Jose

.10 8 San Luis Obispo. 3 Alameda

5 14

Hollywood

4
2
9

Long Beach

Puget Division,
San Mateo
Arcata

.19
6

11
26 19

Los Angeles
Santa Clara
Berkeley

.33
23
24

1
19

18
Aberdeen
4 2 Ontario

30
Santa Cruz
6 3 Eureka

11

7
Anacortes

20
13 Orange

2 Watsonville

6 3
Ferndale
5 3

11
Bellingham
12 6

4' Pasadena San Joaquin Division. Healdsburg

6 Centralia

.16 2 Riverside 6

10 Bakersfield

5
Chehalis

2 San Bernardino.. 8 6 Dinuba

18 13 Oakland

Ellensburg

47
20 San Diego

4 Fresno

7 18

8
7 Petaluma

6
Everett
18 7 San Pedro

21 Hanford

16
. 11

6
Richmond

11
.13
Hoquiam

9 Lodi

4' Santa Ana
7
San Rafael

5
2

.17 10
North Yakima .14

.14 Madera

13 Santa Rosa

4 Santa Barbara
18 11

0 0
Olympia

6 3 Santa Maria Merced

U'kiah
16
9

8 7

Port Townsend.. 16 10 Santa Monica Modesto

12 .12

19
5 Vallejo

14
Seattle

17
8 Upland

.15 14 Porterville

6
2

Tacoma
15 9 Ventura

4 Selma

12 4 Oregon Division. Stockton

13
9

Sacramento Division.
Tulare
.15 8 Albany
59 7

Summary by Divisions.
Visalia
19 11 Ashland
7 4 Auburn

6 4
Astoria
0 0 Chico
54 3 Coast

10.2 6.7
Inland Division,
Cottage Grove .24 5 Grass Valley 13

8 San Joaquin .14.3 7.2
Eugene

0
6 Marysville

69
3 Oregon

.15.1 Baker City

7.1
5 3 Grants Pass .18

8 Oroville
2 0 Puget

16.3 7.6 Colfax

10 Hillsboro

32
7 Red Bluff
11 2 Inland

20.2 9.2
Dayton
15 9. Labanon

.143
16 Redding
6 8 Oakland

. 20.7 13.8
La Grande
0 0 Marshfield

10
7: Reno
9 11 | Southern

25.0 10.2
Lewiston
11 11 McMinnville

.19
8 Sacramento

.34 7 Sacramento .28.2 5.9
Pendleton
9 3 Medford

30
15 Woodland

8

2. San Francisco.47.8 30.6

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..14

22

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Oregon Operators Organize.

ling B operating at the Portland Office. Operators' organizations have been ef- On their return they will introduce the fected recently at Hood River, Astoria, B operating system between the Main Salem, Albany and Eugene, and meet

and West Offices in Spokane, the latter ings are held regularly every two weeks. being a new exchange. While here the At most of the above-named offices a young women were guests of the Westclub has been organized and President

ern Bell Club, who arranged many pleasand Secretary elected. Astoria and Hood ant outings and entertainments. River, being the first organized, have shown greater progress. Operating irregularities have been thoroughly discussed at meetings already held, and as a result 75 per cent. decrease in irregu- The Paper in this magazine larities has been shown. Mr. A. F. Swenson, Division Chief

was supplied by the
Operator of the Inland Division; Miss
Grace Burton, Chief Operator Spokane;

ZELLERBACH
Miss Frances Hoffine and Miss Maude
Coonrad, the latter two being operators

PAPER CO.
at the Spokane Office, arrived in Port-
land on May Toth for a week's visit.

SAN FRANCISCO These people are here to pick up operating ideas, especially the method of hand

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OUR AIM

To furnish Reliable and Prompt Telephone Service.

To deal Courteously with everybody.

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JOHN H. CORCORAN, Division Superintendent, The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company.

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