MODENA UTAH May 22nd. 1899
Hon. David Eccles
Vice Prest. U. &. P. R. R. Dear Sir: I wired Lund yesterday to see you about buying the Barlogi place, that in our opinion will give us enough water for present use, at an espense ef 6400 feet of piping. Should it net, then we would have to pipe past it and go up to the Linch place and with the two I am confident we will get all the watter that we will require for same t. time. When we nee* mere we will only require to go still farther to the Meadows where there is an ample supply. My idea is to go to the nearest place first an get water at the minimum cost. We can rent the lower place for more than the upper one and still give only the surplus water which after the teaming is over will be ample for the renter. We will have enough pipe left after letting the Supply Co. have the 6o41feet of inch pipe to go to the lower place and some to spare. And as this is rather small any way for a pipe line I would be in favor of dispos¬ing of it, but we
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