ifiREWTOIIi GfPsypEPOsiTs; TWO HONIHtl.ll TON MIM, UiA I.NH IX AT CI.DVDIjAND. Western Oypwim Company Aciuln-i Almt Hlx Hundreil Acivs of I'mh duting f'nnind Twenty-Two Miles KouUi of Cedar Mountains IVod-net IVod-net to Come Into Wellington. Cleveland, which is over In Emery Em-ery county and nomo fifteen mile southeast of Price, is to get a gypsum gyp-sum mill. It Is to have two hundred hun-dred tons dally capacity and Is to bo put In by ho Western U)psum company of Denver, Colo, which has headquarters in tho First Rational Ra-tional Hank building of tho Colorado Colo-rado cnpltnl. K. II. I'rlest Is tho genornl manager of tho concern and ho was nt Cleveland Inst Suntlny evening. At thnt ttmo tho oltuona there, who nro cnthuslnstlc over tho proposition, met with Mnnnger I'rlest nnd pledged their support In n substantial wny. The mill Is now on Its wny hero. (Jsncral Mnnnger I'rlest has been In nnd out of 1'rloo and Emery rounty for Iho pat two weeks, nnd Is bow returning to Dntor with control of six hundred acre of this gypsum tstnd. twenty-two miles south of tho town of Wellington. Tins product Is in blanket vein form ami will bo workd by stfcnni ahovel. Afterwards It Is to be taken to tho mill nnd ground nml later brought to the railroad. Price or Wellington, Welling-ton, for shipment. Tho product, says General Mnn-ngr Mnn-ngr Priest, runs 99.7 per cent by several netual tests nnd there nro by measurements moro than ten million tons of the gypaum In sight. Whoro tho vein Is exposed nt Ha greatest depth thirty fcH of tho product is In sight. Tho mill Is bo-Ing bo-Ing put In nt Cleveland becnuso of tho cheapness of slaek oonl nt tho onmps of M oil r land nnd Illack Hawk. After tho gypsum Is ground to it sultnblo fineness It goes through u certain burning proees. Us chief ur-o nt tho present lmo 1 for flooring, floor-ing, ceilings nnd partitions for flrw proof buildings, although Inter on K will bo called for for other purposes. pur-poses. Tho Pullman palace oar people peo-ple nro beginning to Inquire for g)Ptum for uio In car construction. Hevornl of Iho largest hotels of Amorlon havo recently gone 4o partially par-tially gtfisum construction. With tho coming of the mill machinery ma-chinery nbout fifty men nro to bo put to work nt the Jnlno nnd the mill. It Is proposed tn rcialr tho old Denver nml lllo Urnnde railroad rail-road grade from Wellington to tin doposlls nnd to lay light rnll thereon there-on for train service. This old grail" runs right .through n portion of the company' holdings. Tho Denver and lllo Urundo system Is co-opura-tlng with General .Manager Priest and his company to the full"M. extent. ex-tent. East of Cleveland nbout a mllo nnd whoro tho railroad will run If ono Is ever built through that section sec-tion of Emery county, Priest nnd nisoclntes for nnothor concern, Jiave been deeded n hundred nnd sixty ncrr of land and three hundred shares of wator stock. Hero u townilto of a hundred and twenty ucrcn Is Io bo laid out uud forty acres of tho holdings donated for n mlllslto for Uio Western Uypsum cmopnny. Tho forty acres Is it donation. do-nation. Tho mill will form tho neu-clout neu-clout of tho now town. General Manager Priest Is soon to bo bock on Uio ground and ox-poets ox-poets to hnvo matters going In good shnpo by tho middle or tho summer. sum-mer. Hovcml Iowa nnd Colorado peoplo are interested with him.