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 - Soil Measure Adopted. After two attempts, a...
Soil Measure Adopted. After two attempts, a measure which the law-makers believed constitutional constitutional was enacted to stop soil blowing. It requires the planting of perennial grasses, shrubs or trees upon order, of boards of county commissioners. It provides that the counties shall create soil drifting funds by levying not to exceed one mill on all real and tangible property, out of which the cost of the program will be paid. The validity of the first law was challenged in the supreme court on the ground that it was not uniform and violated statutes against Invasion Invasion of private property. The The second law repealed the first. The trade-mark law, sponsored by Senator Skovgard (ft-Washhig- ton) and labeled a fair trade meas- ture, makes it unlawful for mer- chanta to sell merchandise at less than the stipulated price except in clearance sales and then only by removal of the traae man. Ratification of tbe child labor

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  1. The Iola Register,
  2. 31 Mar 1937, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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