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First Lodi drug store owner also started Woodbridge irrigation system

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Posted: Friday, April 30, 2004 10:00 pm

A pioneer Lodi druggist who also postmarked mail and tapped messages on the town telegraph was the founder of irrigation in San Joaquin County.

Byron De La Beckwith was an early Lodi settler with many talents and a profound vision for the future. As the warm weather approaches, Lodians today can enjoy the cool relief of Lodi Lake and the bounty of irrigated crops because of this druggist.

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