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t THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, ' ? ' ruun. : ' Socorro County Agricultural District Is Large : : : : : " 11 ? ' : ' U (.Continued rK Three.) ......,.. flnrt .mule room for plenty of rich bachelor. In San An- ramhe. on the Jornado del Muerto. the first coke to the smelters at Bis- d"o -Montoya, had probably wore to wh"hV;;n,r;'h:;lc,eVnV ;;hM8aA..Mlo,.nlIen tonio who are Just looking for .om. Mr. Montoya also own. one of the , , . Fal age and Ban Annio dTstHctsThan any - . . 1 ...... .. ., ix.ili. ri A.nanil 1,1.1 Cnballos have rich deposits of r.AiifK hill C.m ..11 ..,lik ..... - .. . - ; . ....... AA ll.... n tmntl urfHl liri'hKMla nf th Klin Antnnln . . 1 . .. H AMAnilu all ih other .'esler. In Arliona and great demnnu 101 ue ... - rnar 15,000 a year from .man iracis, nice ..... - o - -,- banks, Ariz. . "' ' w" "-""""'' New Mexico .m dned teel ' "'ve u oiShneea and tensll. aftpr tne nr,t nve yeHrB Jf they want wife. Many of these are sheep and district, last fall shipping more than Taking it altogether. General Es- Maximiliano H. Montoya, la a worthy r . ,.t ,1 - in., nrande. aero, from irenmh. , alfaf nd honey, they can cattle men who have amassed fortun.. 3.000 boxes of apples. The Torlon tanlshrdo Montoya and his son. Deal- successor to them. . ; , . ; Pan Antt.nl.. lies one of the richest lr. Ilrennanhu. recently cometrom make ,3 00o a year from the same amoull,n), to $50,000 and $TS,C00. ranch has upon u an apple orchard ulateau. In the state, toe jornano uei rrnnijnmi - ira,.t. Jr raining iiok -- - ... i. . " ....... ...... nlh i,.,i. women and I. anted iv in. granaiamer more titan Wrt. or Journey of Death. It r- lonio an.i a "! '7 7h" " ''' !h" .T!" " . If! ..um" " rw. Ii V ,Trir : th. a third of a century ago. where the ine erini unif., "! t- - - in.y wni, incv win uo t.,w v,,i.-.- - - cclve.l Its wmie In from the dintciiltles rii piiwi iiikiw, f " iiii'jt " . " and hardship, city. Kim Antonio Is on tlio ro.ite or away anj aavo as much money as they fields and orchards,- finding work' titled apple trees are still bearing. There Is ample water on this ranch and some from ine aimciiiituii nu n , - - . - - " - nt-itiB m " ....... ami.ie waier on inis rancn ana s. which often entiillel death en those the trans-continental auto roa will ever need anywhere on earth, and , ,heir strength and living on the exc,.,)tionai crops are raised there, John Mclntyre, Prominent Citizen of San Antonio 2 rrorwing It. Th plateau is 31 mile, there Is plenty of bualness for such un a) W,nin a (ew years. l J I A I I I mtvi: m:ii hn .wthmh. wide and 140 miles Ion, t'n th east, lnt II u 1 i-rt. There nre also good open It Is ln.Hnd.il by the t ur.i. Hun An- lnK t.r 11 cli". inn ker und 11 lunl.er. dre. Miitro h ml other mountains. snu Antonio ran use 500 families Wetrd It Im hounded l.v low lunges who will work on ranches under their along the Itlo tirande, such as the La (ln holding, raising chickens and Julia, t 'art huge, Shu fUslobsil slid I'.t- fruit. Knmll berry gardeners have here hallo mountains a rich opportunity awultlng them. For over a hundred miles along this They can i lear l.ooo a year from live lower set of ranges seuma of oal can aero trsi Is and live In the best ell- 1 ..... Hr n J Viila, 1 .I.. . . . . . t i i I, in aji u- th triA nflpn n pau nv cuizen ni inar nirr Bchool teacher, can com. from the "far""." and 7?" UlXnF:; deve.opn en of southern Socorro coun- Melre ha, wntly built a' mervatlng east and recover the ro.4 a can g t- Th agriculturalist class, Mniiarv acade.nv und .J i. iT..,.. .. .,.ml..,r of the ne new residonce In ban Antonio, one which lives in ciuea, ana renis .,,, ... ,.: M ' M.i.. Mi.-3 L' " .V". i 3,.,,,. of the best in that region. f . .. .. Lr iv r at I. nn ,.inA( " " - " J Iirni UI A InllO .n V J 1 1 L v o ... u "a. . academy at Roswell. He has thre- llv- pany. Mr. Mclntyre is a resident of , '" "'". f,rV"" n?" ing Hlsters. all of whom are married. HaYAntoni. N. M., where he boa llv- arkJ" f"fm'"f J f"? n,"8?' These are Mrs. Manuela Mclntvre. ..i r... nw ,.f larKe area, of agricultural land In wire or a wen Known larmer or tlio San Antonio district: Mrs. A del inn ennervatlng east In their cheeks, raising bees an I ber ries, or vegetables. And therj hto t' e workers la not wanted. Gen. Estanislado Montoya Founder of City of San Antonio Father of Hon. Max Montoya In 147. Mrnernl Kstanislndo .Mon toya founded lh- city "f Han Antonio, :in It now exists, and ever since that time Ills descendants have taken great pride in iho city's growth mid pr" grcap. They have taken uti ot live part in iniblle a f fulrs ulid bac borne the Victor Sals, a well known sheepman of Valencia Whitman, rifle const Whitman of HI. Louis, Mo. I'Xnnishidn. the youngest brother of Mr. Montnyn. Is acting as his deputy In the office of treasurer. Mr. Montoyn Is lust 30 years old. and liano II. Muntovn. recoitlv elected Is slilf unmarried, but thre nro whls tr. 'usurer of the county of Sm orro. Mr. pers ariont that ho will soon enter tlio Mont.Au ran on the democratic ticket matrimonial state. lie smilingly de an.! received by far the Hit-sent ma- nles this, but those who ought to know Joi ltv given anv repre. ntaiive of his say the treasurer is shortly to become parte. a benedict. He Is a native of Han An ile Is Interested In the business tonlo. duties of clilst.-nshtp often wit tinny h,..ic r Allaire Mclntsre and com- OeruWaf Kstanlslnuo Montoya the eciinlary gulii l..r tlicins.'h m. hiit .aiiv, ami Inis extensive sheep interests muii;r m mr j .m purely out of a fcnxe of civic duly. in the Magdnlenii und S.in Mateo the most distinguished ancestor of line of the meuiheiH of this fiiiulh' mountains. He owns the Torlon ranch the treasurer and Is one of whom not who has done much for the upbuild- near .Msgdalerm in the Magdalena only his descendants, hut the entire ing of th- lominunitv. In Hon. Al.iumi - mountains, und owns several large community are proud Oeneral Montoya settled near w here the town of Han Antonio Is now locat ed In the year 1M7, and for some years followed the occupation of freighting across the state on the old Santa Ke trail. He owned a large number of freight wagons which haul ed supplies to the government posts of Kort McRae and Fort Selden. and for a time was post trader at Craig. He carried on an extensive business in government contracts for .ome time. During a portion of the time he was hut .lifffrlefa of tht vmIIav Mr Mclntyre begun his life-work. iia b, a thirty second degree Mason i ... ,t'i,.,. ,,f th,, Uunhi .... ' r . . Srir. a bride of but a few months, she " . ' , v ' V. in this branch . F Mr f'Tn ' "fVln having recently la-come the wif-, of ', ' '""'''.ni'f, ' I, .iir.tent kcP a" nl'-br. d.e W'..M5P"ela L w, ,M. .-.-. moilloyM, a i e.i rwiimu. o ui ooe oc points in New Mexico. At tho end tniJ moBt prominent fomllea of Socor ro county in June 1902. Three clutrmlno' daughters have been born In San Antonio. to the couple, Rose Margaret. Marv Mr. Mclntyre was burn in Hrnid- Agnes, and Angelina. a county, and Mrs Ninf,-, f , ,, , (.r, , ,..,,rvl(.0 Mr. Mc. who I. now touring the p;i- , . , tll.,(.j. business for himself. . she 1. the wife of J. A. . Wu ,, Till AIJ.MIli: HIMI.I Nt K, Ih traevd. The Dacura mountains are male known, where there are 300 day. n.-h In copter. Iron, lead and sine, so of siinnhtne every yesr. pure water, rl' h In ta i thai It Is c. rlaln devulop- and no day when the sun does not n.ent Mill take long .trle In them In shine some time during the day. while the nrir future. The Hun Am I reus the air 1 always balmy and Invlgorat- larii.' has not onlv alt these mineral. Ing. Iul hIso Hie orb .ened mines nf bis- l ive hundred families who want to tuuih ai d ffl-br oj In tba t itc The raise fruits, such as p. ars. applet , , 1 , - , -; ' ;''vs';' -" 1 ' '",- r r J f'. ' v ' I , , - At " 1 . ,. ( ' . i .t ' ' .. . s 'v ' I ' -'-'i-'-,"v V, . . 1 ' " I ' I" - ' ' . '. r. rv. -ut v. ' 1 ' ' v r '. . lt j i , .-l ' ' -' ' .1 ..A L A3 til 1 '4;a ' II. I U. u r.H'.'rWliiVPH 1 s. fin l..i4-lW KESIDEXCE OF JOHN McIXTYRE. 1 1 1 I I I- tn It'll hA nf T 4 U Mn nr. am tk nrVil. 1 . ? i. i" J .. . In ,: ?Jf, hn Mclntyre and Margaret Jame. Mclntyre and other pioneer, in the hay and forcr' supplies for the post Mr, H ,Hm- , Nw Melco. ..-t- hv .erved their com- f.CM ItM. ITMM,.IM MtiTt) nt Fort Apache, when he had to have a haying crew of fifty men, all armed In order to be safe from the attacks of the marauding Apaches from the White mountains. General Montoya was personally known to tleronlmo. Nana. Vlctorlo. Cochise and other prominent chiefs of this tribe and had many interest ing adventures with th?lr warriors. He himself reputed to be the bravest fighter in the state at the time of th most horrifying Indian raids, and to his death bore an enviable reputation for courage, chivalry honor and oter admirable qualltl-s. Late in his life, when the country was becoming well r-'ttled. he had sheep and land Interests, and even en g.tKed In merchandising in the old town of Han Antonio. He was at one time agent for the heir, of the So corro grant, and held the power of at torney of more than "00 people, who were Interested In this old Spanish holding, containing over on" million and a half acres. Whlfe acting as pgent for this community of owners, he sold a patch of ground three miles square in the Jornado del Muerto country, and opened up the first coal mines of the now active and prosper ous rarthage district. The company to whom he sold this land was headed by William H. Htrong. the then presi dent of th Santa Ke. The purchas ing company built a spur to the mines, bridging the Hlo Grande river to do so. and built elirhty coke ovens st San Antonio. These ovens shipped Mclntyre. He came to New Mexico new state have served their corn- In 1888, when 16 year. old. and ever munlty by Industry and activa sup since has been prominently Identified port of her claims for advancement with the progress of tha new state, that New Mexico owes much of her His tirst location in New Mexico was progress. Patriotism has always at Carthage, wh-re he was connected been a feature of New Mexican char wlth the coal mining branch of the acter, love of home and home sur rallroad. At' that time, the Santa roundlngs i. marked in all natives of Fc owned tho branch line from San the Sunshine state, and Mr. Mclntyre, . Antonio to Carthage, and It was in who "grsw up with the country" Is connection with this that Mr. Mc- a particular example of these char- -Ir.tyre was employed. actcristics. More men like him would He came to Ban Antonio in 1884. at help wonderfully in these days when the expiration of his t-.srm with the statehood I. still new and unaccus Santa Fe and ever since then ha. tomcd. rtlMIIIMMMIIMMMIIMMIMMIMMMMMIHIWIW ArTOMOIIII.ES & TtEPAIHS, TIKES ami (iEM.H.M, SI ITIJES General Machine, Sheet Metal an( Structural Iron Work General Kiiilillng. Ileslyn and CUNSTRl CTIO.V The Machine, Automobile & Construction Co. ( HAS. II. IlKOWN, Vice rroiilviil anil Genera! Manager. Mechanical Engineer. Member American Institute Mining Engineers Magdalena, New Mexico A. H. HILTON Mercantile Company X : : 44 FOUNDED 1881 WHOLESALE and RETAIL Largest Stock of Merchandise in the Rio Grande Valley DEALERS in WOOL and SKINS FIVE ACRES OF WAREHOUSE SPACE San Antonio, MM. : : : Allaire y Mclntyre Company Incorporated General Merchandise Carthage Coal an Antoni K M.