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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first published Aug. 24, 1901 Lynden Sun, first published June 20, 1904 Lynden Sun-Pilot, estsb'd Aug. 10, 1903 DAN CLOUD, Publisher Kntered as second-class mall rwntter. July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March S. 1879. suuscnrPTioN RATS*. One Tear In Advance $I<E>o Wx Months In Advance 75 Canada and Foreign ono Ytar .. ..$2.00 Advertising Rates furnished on applica tion. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Well, I'm home, and, mighty glad to be home. There isn't any other town that I know of, that Is as beau tiful as Lynden. There isn't any other people, that I know of, that 1 like is well as 1 like the Lynden people. They are a good people.located In a good, town and country -so fitted to each cfther that neither ane would nimount to much, without the other. 1 like it here because off JOT lic...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

For Spring Hosiery Fashions, again favor the lighter colors, and extremely light sheer qualities. We are now showing an extensive line of colors in these sheer kinds for Men, Women and Children. No. 33] Women's, Light Weight, Black, full mercerized Lisle Hose, with double garter top, ill Xo. tL'4 Women's Gauze, Hkiek mercerized hose, just what they are calling for, at Xo. 3260 Women's Ribbed Top Hose that wear like iron and arc absolutely seamless, at No. 133—Women's Ribbed Top Hose, medium * weight, at . '.. .. Pectorial Review Patterns WORLD! THE Hamilton comes third in value of the Baldwin make, yet it is a better instru ment than many of our competitors are sell ing for the price of Baldwin Pianos. It is not a cheap instrument. It is one you may well be proud to own. Other Baldwin makes are Valley Jem, Howard and Mon arch. Prices range from $550 to $250. KNAPP BROS. Spring Hosiery These are Worth the Price Linweave the sheer white goods launders beautifully This is an important ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

PAGE 6. STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD tsy a decision of the faculty of Whit man College the degree of B. L. will l.enafter be discontinued and the col lege will grant the degrees B. A., B. S. and B. Mus. Chehalis has a dog war, with gro cerytnen, butchers, fruitmen and other display merchants against the pets and patrons of the tradesmen in pha lanx for the dogs. -More than 1500 acres of non-irri gated lands in the Walla Walla val ley, south of Spokane, and other parts of eastern Washington will be planted to broom corn this spring. In obtaining William J. Hurley as coach of the University of Washing ton baseball team the varsity won one of the best-known and all-around ball players on the Pacific Coast. John Eddy, an engineer employed in the transformer station of the Pacific Power & Light Company at Toppen ish, was rendered unconscious by a 66,000-voft current. He survived. In line with the other activities planned by the Pasco Commercial Club, a committee has been appointed by Pres...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. I. POWELL •PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Building BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Frosh Bread, > Ples ana Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Ituilding. Seattle. EUER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS Ol'' DRAYING COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at teiition to all business, phone R. 3SI DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. Howard C. Thompson BIXBY & THOMPSON ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. 405-107 Sunset Bldg. l!ell!ngham,Wn. B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. HELLINGHAM TO LYNDBN 7;.> i) a. m. Dally except Sunday. 1:30 i>. m. Daily except Sunday. 4.40 p. in. Daily. 8: IS ft. in. Sunday only. LYNDEN TO BELLI...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS WEST VAN BUREN. Mrs. Wampler and daughters Letitia and Eva spent Tuesday with her pa~- ents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stafford of Peardonville; B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Yount spent Tuesday with Mr.jand Mrs. William Lauckhart. Hoscoe Riddel went to Lynden Tuesday. | Mrs. Brown jcalled on Mrs. Heathers also Mrs. Yount. j Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beatty who have been spending some time with her mother Mrs. L. E. Whipple have returned to Bellingham. Mrs. j Deems called on Mrs. C. V. Brown Thursday. Mrs. Wampler and son Harold were iv Lynden Saturday attending ihe W. R. C. and also | spending the after noon with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mc Pherson. Homer j Heathers spent Sunday w ith his Parents Mr. and ; Mrs. W, F. Heathers. Raymond Whipple in helping Mr. j J or en r urn ess | build a f en ce uus w eek. | Ira Brigham called at the Yount home Sunday. RothajCooknian of Northwood spent Saturday and Sunday with Letitia Wampler. j Doll Riddel and Evert Price spent Saturday evening at the ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

Vol. 3 EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS CONVENES Democrats .Control House For First Time In Sixteen Years. Washington, D. C—The Sixty-sec ond Congress assembled in extraor dinary session Tuesday to act on the proposed reciprocity agreement with Canada, which failed in the Senate at the last session. Apart from the importance of the Prospective legislation the session promises to be a very important one, principally by reason of the tact that the Democrats are to be the ruling power in the House alter 16 consecu tive years of control of that body by the Republican party. The new Congress contains 141 new members —19 senators and 122 repre sentatives. The proportion of the two parties in botji houses has undergone great changes. In the Sixty-first Con gress the Senate was composed of ,19 Republicans and S3 Democrats, the Mouse of 219 Republicans and 172 mmmm CLARK Democrats. In the House this majoi ity is completely reversed. The Demo crats now number 277, the Republi cans 163, while there i...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

PAGF 2 ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM 00R STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Keeps His Clothes Dry. Seattle. —Refusing to risk his street clothes in the salt water although he had been told that 12-year-old Pearl Moore had gone down the last time, Henry S. Horan, swimming instruc tor at the Washington natatorium, in the basement of the Moore theater building, waited until he had donned a bathing suit, and then dragged forth from the swimming tank a body from which the last spark of life had flown. North Coast Contract Let. Spokane.—The Watson, Flagg & Staudifer Co., Portland contractors, has Deen awarded the contract to build the North Coast line between Spokane and Cheney, about 18 miles. The work will amount to $1,000,000, and is very difficult owing to the fact that it parallels for rptite a distance the S„ P. & S. and the Northern Pa cific, and includes a difficult line change ot the Northern Pacific, which will be constructed during the opera...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the 1 Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Numer R52 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE :: :: PHONE MAIN 59 The ball boys had a try out last Sunday at the old park. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ireland went to Canada last week to make their future home. Joe Selby came up from Tacoma Monday evening for a visit with Lyn den friends. | Mr. and Mrs. Clint Furgerson are the proud parents of a baby girl born Sunday April 2nd. I Gale Fdson is wearing a broad smile these days. The cause is a new Indian motor cycle. i The county attorney and his family were visiting in Lynden again Sun. Kvlndently Hixb> has a weekly lik ing for the old home yet. Mrs. Bampley's sister | came up from Bellingham yesterday for a visit. Mr. Breckinridge has opened his new grocery store, on main street, near the Palace hotel. Not all of bis goods have arrived yet, How ever. A. H. Wampler expects l v loave Lynden this weak to look after hi...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBI'NE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first published Aug. 24. 1901 Lynden Sun. first published June 29. 1904 Lynden Sun.Pilot. estab'd Aug. 10, I9OS DAN CLOUD, Publisher Entered as second-class mail matter. July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ratls. One Tear tn Advance *l-50 Six Months in Advance « Canada and Foreign one Y<;ar .. ..$2.00 Advertisins Rates furnlslied on applica tion. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FCR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AMD CHICAGO BRANCH'S IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES I'm not going to tell you nil name, but this is what a farmer friend said to me: "If I can buy cheaper of the mail order houses than I can Of the Lyiide merchants it is my right—it 's nusi ness to do it. The Lynden business men are there to make money—well that is what 1 am here for. and if I can make more buying in Chicago, why, I am going to do it." After all is "money" all We are for? if it...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

PASTERNS OF THE DRAFT HORSE. The time was not very long ago when a draft horse was supposed to have a short, upright pasteru and an upright shoulder. Tbe Inference was that a borse with a short, upright pastern was stronger than a horse that bad a long sloping pastern. 1 am not pre pared to deny that statement, says Dr. Henry G. Reed. 1 don't know but that there is something in it. If you take a draft horse with a straight up and down formation there is a possibility, every thing else being equal, that that horse might move a heavier load than i borse with a springing pastern. Why do not we want that? That is what draft horses are for. and if they have a formation wbicb will enable them to move a heavier load why is not that tbe correct formation? It is simply because these horses will not wear. You all know that the best of these drnft horses get Into tbe city; they spend their lives drawing drays up and down the paved streets of the city, and every time the horse with a straight u...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

PAGE 6. STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD Superintendent S. S. Drew of the state tish hatchery at Dartt'ord left with 230,000 trout to plant in the neighboring streams at Wenatchee. A mats meeting of farmers was held at Walla Walla April 1 for the purpose of interesting the local tele phone company in bettering the rural lines. At a largely attended meeting of the fruitgrowers of the Spokane val ley, at Keisling, the Spokane High lands Fruitgrowers' Association was organized. Ellensburg will operate a curfew. At 9 o'clock the fire bell will be tolled, and all boys and girls found on the streets will be subject to discipline by the police. "To protest against the consolida tion of American troops along the Mexican border" was .the announced purpose of a mass meeting called by the Olympia trades council. To conserve the snows of the Blue Mountains, in the Wenaha forest re serve, the government forestry bu reau is planning to "treat" thousands of acres with shrubbery and trees this slimmer. Erro...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Building BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies ana Cukes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building. Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS 0* DRAYING COAL FOlt SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt ut tention to all Phone R- 3SI DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. Howard C. Thompson HIXBY & THOMPSON. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. 405-407 Sunset Bldg. llellingliam.Wn. B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. X, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN 7;.ji) a. m. Dally except Sunday. 1:30 p. ra. Daily except Bunday. 4.40 ji. in. Daily. 1:19 a. m. Sunday only. LYNDEN TO BELLINGHAM 1t.40 a. ni. Dully c....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 April 1911

PAGE S. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS NOOKSACK. Miss McClure of Spokane arrived Monday for a few weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Altman. Mr. Erven Carrothers left last week for Vancouver. Wash., where he has accepted a position with the Reitor Daily Contracting Co. Mr. Panuett of Sumas spent Sun day with Nooksack friends. Mr. and Mis. S. P. Hayward re turned last week after spending a few days in Traftoti and Seattle. R. W. Green and family of Lyndon made an auto trip tft Nooksack Fri day afternoon and paid a short visit to N. R. Cloud's family. Miss Gwen dolyn and -Master Tneodore remain ed untii Sunday evening. "Grandpa" .ionu, Hrown died on Monday of last week after a lingering illness. Burial was made in Nooksack Cemetery, Wednesday. Re\. S. P Hayward Officiating. WOODLAND. A nuinijir of young folks attended the High School entertainment at Ferndale last week. Miss Ada Pycati and Bather are visiting In Bellingham for a few days. .Miss Emma Jes is at nome for a few days. Mr. Muntt had a ba...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 April 1911

Vol. 3 COFFIN NAILS ARE BARRED Supt. Wright Shuts Down 01 Tobacco USERS CANNOT GRADUATE No Smoking Even *at the Athletic Events and Board Agrees. jj^No I ynden High | School diploma will te given to any student who tnioke:'.. Smoking at any school event, uthle tle or otherwise will hereafter be con sideied a just cause for suspensions Superintendent Wright iias considered making these rules, though the Tribune is glad to say tiler* has been Uttli) urgent need for them, he having induced most of his boys who smoked to give up the habit, at least until after years of manhood. The immediate cause for making them now was the spectacle last Sat urday of a high school uoy umoklUß at the school ball games. None ol the senior class lv the high school are affected by the ruling and :t is hoped any of the under students who are now addicted to the habit will break it off at once, in order not to r«>in their chances of graduation. As to the smoking when away from the school grounds Mr. Wrig...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 April 1911

PAGF 2 TREATY WITH JAPAN CAUSED MOBILIZATION Diaz Allowed Six Days to Abrogate Treaty Giving Coal ing Station to Japan. Mexico City.—President Taft gave President Diaz of Mexico six days to abrogate a treaty he is said to have made with Japan. The hidden treaty was discovered by Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson, who photographed it, returned Un original, and proceeded posthaste to Washington to inform the State De partment. The treaty is said to have contained clauses that gave Japan coaling-sta tion privileges and other big conces sions of tin- coast of Mexico, includ ing the light to use Magdalenu Bay for target practice. Taft's order mobilizing troops at the border followed promptly. These are startling disclosures made her<- by an apparently authentic source, and which, as recited in nar rative form, are given as the cause (•> by Harris & Ewlng. HENRY LANE WILSON. of the hurry order that rushed 20,000 troops to the border. The relations reported to have existed between Mex...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 April 1911

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Numer R52 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE :: n PHONE MAIN 59 May 13. j County Field Meet. Whatcom County Athletic Associat ion. | Ralph IJeMotts has been quite 111 the past v.eek. dale Havemani little girl Is very ill v. 'th lung fever. , .' Mesdams, Williams and Lorlng were in Bellingham Saturday. P. M. Serrurier made a business run to Bellingham Monday morning. Mesdams Ed and Frank Knapp and Dun kef were In UeMngham last Satur day. I H. W. Green was In Seattle last Thursday, and of course, saw Ex- President Roosevelt. '•[ Several of Clyde Daly's friends gave him a \try pleasant surprise party last Kildav evening. Harry Osgood went down to Seattle the first of the week for a few days visit with friends and relatives. | The Kinsengton Club will meet with Mrs. Dr. Mulder Friday after noon, April, 14th. Mrs. John Thomp son Sec. | Some of the property owners |...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 April 1911

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first published Aug. 24, 1001 Lynden Sun, first published June 29. 1004 Lynden Sun-Pilot, cstab'd Aug. 10, 1905 DAN CLOUD, Publisher Knter«d as second-class mall iwatter. July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year In Advance ..sl-50 Six Months in Advance "5 Canada and Foreign ono Year .. ..$2 00 Advertising Hates furnished on applica tion. LIIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Last week in a momevt of mental weakness 1 likened tnose people who abslruct civic improvements to far mers. I apologize. I do it humbly and sincerely. Why, there are better walks en many stud many a farm thai 1 know than those along the side streets of Lynden. Why, I can't count on the fingers of both hands the Carmen that 1 know who own better lighting systems than Lynden has, but doesn't own. Why, the lanes between fields of hal...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 April 1911

"Alias Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG i Copyright. 1910. by American Pren Association (cONTINtED.I SYNOPSIS. Warden Handler of Sins Sing iirlxnn and Detective Uenrße Doyle enrteavm in prevail on BUI Avery, a released prison*!, to search out Information luminal a for* mer "pal," n young convict known Jimmy Valentine Avery refuses, anil Doyle and Handler threaten lo atlat'H him. Valentine had a trick of npenmt safes solely by the sense or touch. Avery goes. Lieutenant Governor Kay. his beautiful niece, Kuse Lane, a nit fun women workers In a rescue mission VMM the prison. Warden Dandier hears Rose l.nne teti how she was rescued from a tlnet on a train, and he Is ama Mcd at a cetncMemw. Convict Jimmy Valentine. No Itfaj li brought Into tlie warden s ottlce to npelt a safe as an object lesson to in*- visitors, and Rose recognizes turn as the man who saved her from the ililef Cation Valentine says lie can't op»'ti ihe sate, enragin...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 April 1911

The Little-Wetzel Uomv«»». of Wp ' natchee, has completed the purchase of 412 head of cattle in the MethOW for $12,000. The company al ready has more than 200 head of cat tle in the Methow valley. Heretofore the, eompatiy has been forced to buy $15,dW to $20,000 worth of cattle in isvery season. Frederick W. Harper, collector of customs for Puget Sound, whose re- Boralnatlon was rejected at the last session of Congress on demand of Senator Piles, was again nominated by President Taft, and will be con firmed unless Senator Poindexter rep resents that Harper's appointment is "personally obnoxious" to him. The tnates-Larkin Shingle Com pany's mill, located en the Willapa River and Northern Pacific Railway, midway between South Rend and Ray mond, has bean sold to the Eastern Shingle Company, an eastern concern, which is buying up a number of shin gle mills on the coast. This is the largest and nn< it shingle mill on Wil lapa harbor and the purchase price is said to be 175,000 for the...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 April 1911

DR. W. I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I'resh Bread, Plea and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON" Special attention given to Diseases >of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building. Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF I)RAYING COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Phone R. 381 DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. Howard C. Thompson Frank W. Bixby BIXBY & THOMPSON. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 403-407 Sunset Bldg. Belllngham.Wn. B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN '.-.SO a. m. Datlv except Sunday. 1:30 p. in. Daily except Sunday. •1.40 p. HI. Daily. 8:13 a. 18. Sunday only. LYNDEN TO BELLINGHAM ii. M) a. tu. Dally e.vept Sunday. 11.21 a. in. Daily except Sunday. 5:53 p. m. Dail...

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