In March 1896, the talk in Lodi was about the opening of George Hill's Hall for meetings of the temperance society and other groups.
Plans already were eagerly underway for the annual May picnic in Clements. The wagon road over the Mokelumne River was stable and safe, despite reports to the contrary. There were nine passenger trains a day passing through town, and there were 13 racehorses training at the track in Lodi.
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