Pro-Prohibition broadside advocating for the May 26, 1908 Prohibition referendum. Uses graphic descriptions of alcohol abuse to mock opinions that increasing taxes on alcohol sales, or raising the cost of a license, are viable solutions to medical and societal ills caused by alcohol consumption. For example, "Do you suppose that bourbon whisky that, under a license fee of a hundred dollars, eats holes in a man's throat and stomach, and makes him from lip to stomach one raw, burning sore, will become mild and healing if the tax be raised to a thousand dollars?" and "Will the drunken brute beat his wife and kick his children the more gently when made drunk under high license than he would under low license?" "Vote the whole business out on the 26th of May."