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COLLECTION RATING. Percentage of money outstanding at the end of May, 1908, to the total amount of the hills rendered subscribers for the month, and percentage of number of unpaid accounts at the end of May to the number of accounts.

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19 Tulare.

13

7 North Yakima.. 6 Olympia 2 Port Townsend 25 13 Seattle.

17 4 Tacoma.

18 10 2

Oregon Division. 6 9 Albany

57 4 Ashland

9 9 Astoria..

Cottage Grove.
Eugene.
Grants Pass

31 3 Marshfield

8 12 McMinnville,

20 8 Medford

36 0 Newberg

23 12 Oregon City

0 Portland

14 3 Roseberg

24 1 Salem

28 11 The Dalles. 4 Vancouver

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Sacramento Division. Oakland Division. Fresno.

19 Hanford.

10 Auburn. 4 2 Alameda. 14 6 Lodi.

7
Chico
55 3 Arcata

13
8 Madera

17
Grass Valley
11 8 Berkeley

18
15 Merced

8
Marysville.
68 3 Eureka

12
6 Modesto

30
Oroville.
5 1 Ferndale
5 4 Porterville

2 Red Bluft 16 3 Healdsburg

13 6 Selma. Redding 2 2 Napa. 3 2 Stockton

12 Reno. 16 15 Oakland 27

8 Sacramento 44 10 Petaluma

12

7 Visalla. Woodland 9 2 Richmond.

14 12 San Rafeal

18 11 Southern Division. Santa Rosa

Inland Division,

0 Ukiah.

6 4 Anaheim

7

Baker City
10
9 Vallejo.

16 Alhambra

26 13 10 Colton.

13 39

Dayton 27 Fullerton 9

La Grande

0 Coast Division.

8 Glendale, 5

Lewiston

14 Hollywood 5 4 Hollister 5

9

1 Pendleton Long Beach 23 12 Monterey 9 4 Pomeroy

7 Los Angeles

2 31

1111 Palo Alto.

5 Ritzville.
Ontario
31

25
19
19 Redwood

10 Spokane.
Orange
2 1 Salinas.
10 5 Walla Walla

3 Pasadena. 6 4 San Jose

10 8

• Report not in, Riverside

9 7 San Luis Obispo. 4 2 San Bernardino 5 3 San Mateo.

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Puget Division,

20 San Diego.

7 Santa Clara.

18
13 Aberdeen

3
San Pedro.
23 15 Santa Cruz.

6
3 Anacortes

17
Santa Ana
3 3 Watsonville.

5

3 Bellingham Santa Barbara 8 11

Centralia.

19 Santa Maria, 22 9 San Joaquin Division. Chehalis.

16 Santa Monica. 18 16

Ellensburg

50 Upland 12 11 Bakersfield..

7 5 Everett

19 Ventura 4 3 Dinuba.. 23 7 Hoquiam

11

9 Colfax

6 13 6 8 20 6 0 8 10

9 25 6

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Summary by Divisions.
Coast.

11.6 7.2 2 San Joaquin 14.1

7.1 12 Oregon

15.2 7.8 4 Puget.

17.9 9.0 3 Inland

18.7 8.9 2 Oakland.

21.4 14.0 46 Southern.

23.5 9.6 7 Sacramento 34.7 7.8 7 San Francisco. .49.7 30.6

Sound Proof Telephone Booths

The
Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph

Company

INSURE PRIVACY
AND CUT OFF
EXTERNAL NOISES

Subscribers' stations Jan. 1st,
1908

288,806
(Including 1,020 public toll stations.)
Subscribers' stations May 1st,
1908

295,405 (Including 980 public toll stations.) Subscribers' stations June 1st, 1908

297,708 (Including 964 public toll stations.) Increase during month of May, 1908

2,303 Increase May 1, 1908 over Jan. 1, 1908, per cent

2.28 Increase June 1, 1908 over Jan. 1, 1908, per cent

3.08 Number of places connected by Telephone June 1st, 1908

1,694

THE BEST ARE MADE BY

C. H. Brownell

Peru, Indiana

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OUR AIM

To furnish Reliable and Prompt Telephone Service.

To deal Courteously with everybody.

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MR. C. M. SEELEY, Division Commercial Superintendent The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.

THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE

MAGAZINE

Volume 2

AUGUST, 1908.

Number 2

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In this NumberMr. C. M. Seeley, Division Commercial Super

intedent-Frontispiece. Editorial:

A Different Organization.. Page 3
Good Ven in a Finish.

4 The Telephone in Politics.

4 Five Have All Collected.

5 Credit for Subscribers..

5 G. P. Robinson Resigns.

5 Announcement

6 Entertained by L. A. Library Association 7 Quick Work at Aberdeen..

7. Farewell to Oakland Operator.

8 San Luis Rey Prospers..

8 Notes from the Divisions.

. 9-17 Telephone in a Tree...

17 Cupid Corner

18 Portland Club Wins Library.

19 Tacoma Has Telephone Club.

19 Statement of Development... Enterprise at Mt. Vernon. Scrubbing Day at Ocean Boulevard.. Hood River Sub-License Completed.... 21 Library Benefit in Los Angeles..... Eureka Club Talks Shop.... The Next Twenty Years.. Peace at Cottage Grove.

23 Fire at Centralia...... The Japanese and the Telephone..

23 Collection Rating

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Elsewhere in this issue of The PaCIFIC TELEPHONE MAGAZINE details are given relative to the reorganization of The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph

Company effective AuA Different

gust ist. It is believed Organization. that this reorganization

will make it possible for employees to render more efficient service. The functional system of organization, as it is called, is one which has been tried and found successful elsewhere. The reorganization will make some new positions and do away with some others, but it will not affect the standing of the majority of employees except as it will give them a better opportunity to earn preferment by conscientious and capable labor. While every possible precaution has been taken to avoid the confusion incidental to the change, nevertheless the situation will be one which will call for absolutely sincere and earnest co-operation on the part of every employee. The people in control of the Telephone Company are confident that the spirit up and down the line is such as will enable the company under the new arrangement of duties to make great progress in every line of telephonic advancement.

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Mr. C. V. Seeley, Division Commercial Superintendent in charge of the Commercial Department in Southern Division under reorganization effective

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