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Colored Convention of the Texas Farmers Association
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They Adopt the Title of The Texas Farmers' Association.
They will incorporate, and Fix Their Domicile at Dallas Until the Colony is Located.
Capital Stock to be $10,000, Divided Into Four Hundred Shares of $25 Each.
Like the Original Grangers, They Squabble Over Selection of a Newspaper Organ,
Schools Closing at Sherman from Fear of Scarlet Fever, and Newspapers Advancing Their Subscription Prices.
Senatorial Election Returns.
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