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OffRLMD 45 MILI FACTORY CONTINUES PROGRESS IN PRODUCING SENSATIONAL. IJGHT CAR The Willys-Overland company con tinues its remarkable progress in building Overland 4, the sensational light car which has introduced a new standard of easy riding comfort in Its exclusive feature of the three point suspension springs. Word conies from Toledo that the production of the Overland 4 has now reached 500 cars a day. The various factory departments are engaged in a spirited rivalry to accomplish their part of the operations, so that pro duction may reach 600 a day soon. Getting production up to 500 a day on this new type of motor car has at tracted national attention as an in stance of loyalty and intelligent co operation on the part of a great work ing force of 12,500 employes. This record is further interesting in view of the fact that there are now no street cars in Toledo. The citizens at last voted in favor of an ouster or dinance. The railway company took tho city at its word and sent the street cars into the state of Michigan. Despite this condition, the Willys- Overland factory has had an attend ance of 100 per cent from its 12,500 V Used Cars NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY We have started filling orders on the new OVERLAND 4, and are taking in great bargains in used cars, which we will resell on easy terms. Bronson Motor Car Co. Cards on the Table You can't make any storage battery last forever —that's a fact. You've got to keep it filled with water and test it, just like a tire has to be kept filled with air, or it will cost you money. Some day —if you have an ordinary bat tery —it's sure to have to be re-insulated, no matter who made it. But —if you'll buy a Willard Battery with Threaded Rubber Insulation, you'll get clear away from the biggest cauceof bat tery troubles. The insulation will probably last as long as the plates. Drop in and ask us any question you can think of. We're here to give you the kind of belp, service and advice that make friends. Olympia Battery Company 207 WEST FIFTH STREET c POST WALTER H. DRAHAM workers since Toledo became trolley less. To get them back and forth from their homes each day, the Willys- Overland company has organized a complete transportation system of trucks, autos, jitney busses, and other conveyances. But at that, it means long walks and very early breakfasts for thousands of the Overland work ers. There is so much interest and en thusiasm among the workers in the GROWING FOOD-ON THE FARM; IN THE YARD (Special Information Service. U. S. Department of Agriculture.) Method for Preventing Quarrels Is Worked Out by Government Parties to Leases of Farm Lands Should Consider Every Point that Con corns Them and Make Provision for It in Contract— Some Factors Overlooked. Beginning about this time every year, between 5,000,000 and 6,000,- 000 men in the United States are thinking about leasing or renting land. All that thinking results in be tween 2.500,000 and 3,000,000 con tracts between landlord and tenant. For a year, or two or three years, or longer, those men must live and work under those contracts. The form of the contract, says the United States Department of Agriculture, affects not only the prosperity of the con tracting parties but the comfort and THE WASHINGTON STANDARD, OLYMPIA, WASH., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919 Toledo factory over the Overland < that the comany has taken steps to provide a demonstration of the new car's unexcelled easy riding qualities to every man and woman in its em ploy. The free-ride-for-all program is now being arranged. Nothing like this, it is said, has been attempted heretofore by any automobile plant, and the management, in providing the demonstration, merely acceded to a general request from the workers in the plant. happiness of themselves and their families. A poorly considered lease is likely to result in friction and frequent re movals. A well-considered lease is a sort of insurance policy against quar rels and tends to increase the length of time that, the landlord and tenant operate together, a condition, accord ing to the department, that is greatly to he desired. There are a great many things to be considered in every lease. The economists in charge of land econom ics in the office of farm management, Department of Agriculture, have made out a list of points that every man who has ground to lease and every man who wants to lease ground may need to consider. Although this list is rather long, it is, nevertheless, not to be taken as being so complete as to cover every feature that may deserve considera tion on any specific farm. On the other hand not all of them will need to be considered by the parties to any one lease, but they serve as re minders, and those that are not per tinent in any particular case need not be considered. The list follows; General Features. Date of agreement. Names of the contracting parties. Name of the farm, its boundaries, and location in state, county, town ship, and section. Date of beginning and ending. Provision for renewal. Date by which renewal is to be made or notice to quit given. Statement field or cropping system or rotation to be followed. Map of the farm showing rotation and field system. Plan and purpose of farming and of leasing. Principles underlying the rental bargain. In whom the management of the farm is to rest. Matter of settling differences, by arbitration or otherwise. Enforcement of provisions. Yielding of possession in event of default, failure to observe agreements or at termination of lease. Witnesses. Sealing and recording (in some states) if the contract is for longer than a certain period. What Each Party Is to Get. What the cash rent is to be; What cash rent is to be paid for, and when and where it is to be paid. Share each party is to get: of cash crops, feed crops, straw, stalk pas ture, animal products, and animals raised, etc. Where rent share is to be delivered and in what condition. Who Is to do the selling. Decisions as to the time to sell and amount to be sold. When settlement is to be made of moneys received and paid out. Compensation to be paid tenant for fertility added, improvements made, hauling materials, marketing land lord's crops, etc. I Rights and Privileges. Right of entry by landlord for pur pose of viewing, of making repairs, ; etc. Right of landlord to supervise or direct operation of farm. I Lien on crops and other property as security for payment of rent. | Rse of improvements, dwelling, etc , I by tenant. Right of tenant to garden, fruit, firewood, pasture. Right of tenant to use of undivided crops and of animal products for household use on share rented farms. Right of tenant to use of work ani mals for private purposes. What Kach Party Is to Furnish. I>and and improvements: Labor and materials for repairs and for new structures, for fencing and ditching. J Insurance and taxes on real estate. Human lebor for farm work: Per sonal family, hired, general, and spe cial Work animals: Ownership of orig inal number, replacement, horse hire, shoeing, and veterinary for work [ stock. Productive animals: Ownership of ' original number and replacement, i Expense on productive live stock i for service, registry, veterinary, etc. 1 Feed purchased when used for work animals and for productive animals. Feed raised when used for work animals and for productive animals. I Pasture for use of work animals and productive animals. Machinery, implements, and har ness: Original investment in and re pair and replacement of. Machine bills and hire: Thrashing, baling, ginning, silo filling, etc. Fuel and oil for farm work, spray material, twine, cans, bags, barrels, boxes. Grass, grain, and other seed, pur chased and use of farm raised. Purchased fertilizer lime, and ma nure. | Road tax, telephone cost, taxes, and insurance on property other than real | estate. Procedure by which decision is reached as to what to buy, when to buy, how much to buy, and who is to do the buying. Method of appraising property taken over for joint account. | Obligations of Tenant. Practice of good husbandry, treat ment of seed, vaccination of hogs, mowing weeds. To spread manure (designation of land to be manured). To spread lime and phosphate fur nished by the landlord. Fall plowing. To keep improvements in ordinary condition and repair: Buildings, fences, windmills, pumps, drains, ditches, roads, trimming hedges, care of shrubbery and grounds, pruning and spraying of fruit trees. To assist in construction of new im provements and repair of old. To board at fixed rates, labor which landlord employs on improvements. To haul materials for farm use, for jgriiiiiiiiii .■■ • ■ 1 '- j | Maxwell is but another name. j | for Quality | EE r ■ vHE goodness, the 100,000 axles is con- EE = -1- efficiency, the qual- == = ity in previous Max- j Consider the vast use == IEE wells created a demand xffl/ cf capital it requires EE 5= for the current Maxwell to turn them out —300 || Mere mi let em tires . —— EE which 100,000 cars (the a day. == number now being built) Estimate the confidence the EE <§§ cannot satisfy. Maxwell executives had in EE 1= This shows a rare liking the Post-War model to rest = for Maxwell: and the appre- the future of the Maxwell iEE H ciation that every dollar de- name on a year's production E= EE voted to its manufacture has like 100,000. EE § been wisely expended. They knew; 300,000 previ- EE EE Think what the making of ous Maxwells had told them; = =§ 100,000 axles means, the mak- the public was their judge. |= M ing of 100,000 frames, 100,000 You can look for high g M engines, 100,000 clutches, and engine efficiency, or merely || = 100,000 transmissions. comfort, or long mileage on p p Think of the great saving gas and tires, or improve- H E= that comes with the purchase ments the war developed, or || H of so many materials. style, or value—you'll find it = jE Consider the accuracy that in the Post-War Maxwell. EE H follows as one after another of Pji ce , $985 f. o. b. Detroit. ee | SNYDER MOTOR CAR CO. | M Phone 929 Sixth and Columbia Streets p llllhlllllllMM improvements, and landlord's share of products. To work out road tax. To keep receipts for bills paid which are to be shared or later paid by land lord. To keep a record of yields, sales, j purchases, inventories, etc. To consult landlord in respect to ! United States Tires ARE GOOD TIRES ALL SIZES IN STOCK Both Cord and Fabric Adjustments, if any made here on the following basis: CORDS -... 8000 MILES FABRIC 6000 MILES WOTTON-NcKINNEY, INC. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS Phone 31 Reed Block PAGE FIFTEEN things of importance which concern him. Obligations of Landlord. To furnish materials to enable ten ant to make ordinary repairs to farm improvements. To make special repairs to build ings and to erect new improvements. To compensate tenant for special work required of him.