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Hampton Negro Conference. Number III. July 1899.
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for the term of ten years from the ............ ... ....... ....... at the annual rental of one hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty cents ($116.60) payment thereof to be made at the times, and in the manner hereinafter set forth.
Second. The said Tenant on his part agrees to cultivate the soil, plant the crops, harvest the same, and manage the farm generally to the best of his ability, and in strict accordance with the instructions of the Association's Superintendent whose judgment in all matters of agriculture shall be final. He further agrees to care for and manage the stock in such manner as the said Superintendent may require, and to keep in good repair all improvements and tools.
Third. The said tenant agrees to deliver each day to the Association's Creamery the entire milk yield of his cow or cows, for which he shall receive credit with the Creamery at the current rate then prevailing, receiving back, however, the entire amount of skimmed milk for his domestic use without charge.
Fourth. The said Tenant agrees to pay on or before the..................day.................of each year during the continuance of this contract the annual rental above named and in addition thereto he furtheragrees to pay into the Association in each and every year within the periods mentioned the sum of ten dollars ($10) annual membership dues and the further sum of five dollars ($5) per annum for the Contingent Fund, (the uses and purposes of which are hereinafter more particularly set forth)
Fifth. To secure to the Association the payment of said rental and all other obligations of whatever nature that may be due to the said Association in any way during the full term of this lease, the said Tenant hereby assigns, transfers, and sets over unto the said Association all amounts that may at any time stand to his credit on the books of the Association in any and all departments thereof and also all his right, title and interest of, in and to the entire crops (outside of the kitchen garden) produced on the said farm during his occupancy under this lease, hereby further agreeing to harvesting and to deliver the same in good condition to the said Association at its warehouse, upon receipt of which the Association may and shall make such disposition as it may deem best and from the moneys so obtained deduct the entire indebtedness due by said Tenant to the said Association in any and every department, it being understood that the balance then remaining shall be paid over to said Tenant with
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