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10,000 COPIES. A—v ^ GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, JANUARY, 1890. H.Ö I ORIUAU öOOlfel * 1 # A Y MI ! G fk. mmsssm 4 une. NNUAL • NUMBER. I ✓ 10,000 COPIES. yi* ' y ' V/ fc Of MONTANA, HELENA. GREAT FALdLdS, MONTANA. 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 11 PRESENT GREAT," The Gr eat Falls Silver-Lead Smelter Now employs three hundred men. Its companion industry, the still greater, THE BOSTON AND MONTANA COPPER SMELTER AND REFINING WORKS OF GREAT FAFF . mm A r. V Are now building. Simultaneous with the construction of the mammotl 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.. I» the construction of the Dam and Copper Works „loue, at least seven hundred men will be employe,, iluring 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 providing work for another four hundred men. THE RAILROAD TO THE BELT MOUNTAINS Is nearly completed. Lying tributary to Great Falls are some of HIE RICHEST MINING CAMPS IN MONTANA. GREAT FALLS heads the list as the Greatest Wool Market in Montana. GREAT FALLS is in the heart of, and is accessible from all parts of, the Richest Agriculture! and Stock Raising dis trict in Montana. GREAT FALLS, but four years of age, has a population of at least 8,000 inhabitants. GREAT FALLS is favored with Excellent Schools, nearly all Church denominations and a Public Library. GREAT FALLS is already a railroad center, and new roads to it are among the certainties of 1890. GREAT FALLS has Electric Lights, an excellent system of Water-Works, a Great Hotel, two Banks, Substantial Build ings, solid Mercantile Houses, a Saw-Mill, a Planing Mill, and a Flouring Mill, which is kept busy grinding Northern Montana Wheat. GREAT FALLS, with its Manufacturing, Mining, Stock Growing, Agricultural and Commercial advantages, offers an unrivaled field to the Home-seeker and the Investor. FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING GREAT FAT.LS AND VICINITY, ADDRESS CHAS. M. WEBSTER, Secretary Great Falls Water-Power and Townsite Company, CENTRAL -A.VE3STXTE - GREAT 1 FALLS, FÆOFTTAMJNTAA. mi . *1 -O ' C Hr i / 7 / / /« / l -V , ■ •• 1 / ill .auitioual rds the loca avorable for the nt dam, as the one be, in the fullest