The Great Falls Leader (Great Falls, Mont.) 1888-1900, March 25, 1890, Image 2

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G R B H T * F H L L S , ■ M O N T H N H , THE MANUFACTURING AND COMMERCIAL METROPOLIS OF NORTHERN MONTANA. Where labor and capital are combining with phenomenal resources to build up the Most Important City between Minneapolis and Portland. The Future Great is rapidly becoming the Present Great. THE GREAT FALLS SILVER-LEAD SMELTER now employs three hundred men. Its com­ panion industry, the still greater, The Boston and Montana Copper Smelter and Refining Works of Great Falls are now building. Simultaneous with the construction of the mammoth plant is the improvement of the water power at Black Eagle Falls upon such a scale as to furnish power for hundreds of industries and EMPLOYMENT FOR THOUSANDS OF MEN. In the construction of the dam and copper works alone, at least seven hundred men will be employed during the coming spring and summer. The Sand Coulee coal mines are turning out from 1,500 to 2,000 tons of coal per day, thereby p r o v U h n f c typ tf tif(}r,;a jtp } h ( } T four hundred men. is n^a'riy‘&pftiyflf;t\idv ^ T W E RAILROAD TO THE BELT MOUNTAINS ' t‘riy and l)h,q< Great Fhlls & Canada Railroad is now building, connecting Great Falls with the C. P. R ’y at Lethbridge. Lying * ‘ 4 ,* •' / < j /,* tributary to Great Falls are some of R ic h e s t f i n i n g G a m p s in }V[ontana^ Gi?eat p a lls head* the list as the greatest W ool Market in Montana. is in the h e a r t of, and is accessible from all parts o f , the richost agri­ cultural and stock raising district in Montana. but four years of age, has a population of at lea s t 3,000 inhabitants. is favored with excellen t schools, nearly all church denom inations and a public library. Gi*eat p a lls is already a railroad center, and new roads to it are am ong the cer­ tainties of 1890. has e le ctric lights, an e x c e llen t system of waterworks, a g r eat hotel, two banks, substantial buildings, solid mercantile houses, a saw mill, a planing m ill and a flouring mill, which is kept busy grinding Northern M ontana wheat. w ith its m anufacturing, mining, stock growing, agricultural and com m ercial advantages, offers an unrivaled field to the homo seeker and the investor. K o r a n y i n f o r m n t i o n resgarcliragf G r e a t F '« ll» nrad v i o l n i t y , a d d r o w i CHAS. M. W E B STER, C « s: A v e n u e , Secretary Great Falls W ater Power and T o w n site Company G R E A T F A L L S , M O N T A N A

The Great Falls Leader (Great Falls, Mont.), 25 March 1890, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.