Clipped From Nevada State Journal
just one at Day history. such known The encouraging. for has n d . of if we the San negotiations 1D51RTH Â°sÂ¥lilE TO SflTISFY I! (Continued from Page One) The destruction of the buildings is A more serious blow to the town would appear to those not familiar with the history of. Wadsworth, as it is d o u b t f u l whether they reconstructed. The town was formerly the division headquarters of the Southern 'Pacific company, but. f o yea7's ago, when the Derby cut-off was completed, leaving the place six- miles off the m a i n line, many buildings, with most of the railroad people, moved . to Sparks, reducing the population "to 500 and' breaking" up much of ':the business on which the town had Â·-previously thriv-ed. -The -The town is looking forward to visit of Secretary Garfield on the 2 9 t h ' a n d his report on opening reservation to settlement, as ,-Wacls- worth is in the center of the most fertile part of the tract. The b u r n houses w i l l not be rebuilt unless favorable action is taken by Garfield.