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A, if ?v ». V y^VT V s v m* ,t^ f-*., ,v f-' lit LS- -v I I ^5. I, A W, I *v/ A ,-t ""-4vv i- V L'? cV~% v 1 WCT s 1-* i i "it, .# W ,5|A '. \fpA J. E. BOWEN, A. H. WHITE, Real Estate and General Merchandise. Pres. and Mgr. Dakota Grain-Co. 'Ml i "T Vj ?.! v-s.- ,«y-«c-?!3W ).v MAIN ST RE ET EDGELEY. i ,V 71 Z H. COOPER, lt Manager Edgeley Roller Mil) U -?t: ^fi:''Vi:: ',f/ W !*$• Xv $-T '-'~*A?,l 1 C\" ?t v* V v -v jv ,* v i. '4^,1^ 1 V Vv e. sA^O 1 s V !•. *.3 4 1 vv 1 -, V D. E. WELLER, Pool Hall and Restaurant. mf. m** A k. I. C. DOANE, City Attorney. One of the coming cities of the state and which is destined to be a great railroad center is the town of Edgeley situated in the south central portion of LaMoure county. At the present time Edgeley has a population of about 1,000 people and this is growing rapidly. The Business Section. Edgeley has a large business center for a town of 1,000 and it is largely supported by the people of the sur rounding country. At the present time two banks, two hotels, four gen eral stores, two hardware stores, one harness store, two drug etoies, one fruit and confectionery store, two butcher shops, two machinery bouses, three automobile dealers, two barber shops, two pool parlors, two black smith shops, two auto repair shops, one printing and publishing company, one 100 barrel flouring mill, Ave eleva tors, two lumber dealers, three coal dealers and some smaller dealers. There has never been a business fail ure in Edgeley which is a record that is very rarely- Equalled In this coun try. 4- rf THE FARGO FORUM 'AND DAILY REPUBLICAN", MONDAY EVENING,' MAY 26, '1913/ Has a Bright Future. AW A^ S i i V C. E, ERICKSON. Eriokson-Gunther Hardware Qo. v /s s BIRDSEYE VIEW OF EDGELEY, NORTH DAKOTA A. J. BRODTKORB, General Merchandise. .• ete •4$ -N' y-t *y «k A i i Lb S Sf'fj s 4 i sa I S ,w 3 ,w jfvf| ~l( f^ J* w "t' VUL-JX ••:•*&-•& i£ E. a. WILEY'S MARKET. The Railroad Future. Edgeley is situated at the terminal of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway and is the starting point for the Midland Continental railway which will be the main feeder for the Canadian Pacific for shipments of the grain of the great prairie provinces to reach gulf ports for transportation through the Panama canal. This will be one of the busiest and best paying north and south railroads in the coun try as soon as the canal Is opened. in /»At ir-*? I 'y rii' I -A SI 1 11 A^k i H. E. SOX, Presidont Citizens State Bank. vi' v. C. H. SHIELDS. Real Estate* Insurance, Loans. The Northern Pacific Southwestern line from Fargo ends -at Edgeley as does their Streeter line. This com pany have the right of way all pur chased for the Cannon Ball extension which will extend for 100 miles west from Edgeley and put the town on the map for Pacific coast shipments from points in the Dakotas, as the grade on this route is much higher than on any of the N. P. direct lines west. This great increase in the railroads of Edgeley makes it necessary that the N. P. build a large terminal to care for the business and for the large transfer work that is practically cer tain to develop there from the many branches of the road as well as from the Midland Continental. The Midland are purchasing their right of way southwest to Leoland on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul which will de velop a large transfer business and will cause the erection of a number of buildings and give employment to a large number of men and the erection of shops and roundhouses will neces- Continued on Page v i| 1 y. V* .-t V $3 f&< Sir. LE ROY GIFFORD, ... Wall Paper and Paints. vj, -irm '""\3r* sv-' ,', ., \, i -t, nv?-v u s'iVV A*t» V 4 7 *r CHAS. HULL, Implements, Livery and City Property* .V jf "Mf? •&** **,* /?%*. tm mm I 1' y .Sr.SJ&Zr.S/tf f'&J-JsJs 1 W. L. LOCKETT, Edgeley Drug Co. 8 -5 x-. 4 T. s „V w: _. "_i '•'-»h* VNi4: /J t* *, r..y ,-.p- '^aiiisalt Vt A. B. PHILLIPS, Building Contractor. 4 i ,yi^ .ft 'kill W. BAUM-HOME NEA«-EDGELEY. srs v' v W*i 1 DR. H. W. BARBOUR, Pihysician and Surgeon.