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The Minnesota Supreme Court Says:
’••A. “It is a matter of common knowledge that blind pigs, or places for the secret and unlawful sale of intoxicating liquors, are relatively more numerous and far more pernicious in prohibition N districts than they are in licensed districts, where in the temptation to maintain blind pigs, is much less, and wherein all licensed dealers have a direct k ' • pecuniary interest in supressing the unlicensed traffic.” A • l » * i ^ \ “ --- T. '*% S. ' • - The prophecy of great men—borne out by the \ experience of all of us—and the statistical history " °f those states where prohibition has been tried— teach us as clearly as anything can be taught that prohibition is not a cure and does not even approach i a cure for the abuse of drink. Prohibition breeds deceit, bad morals disaster and bankruptcy. TALK IT DOWN! VOTE IT DOWN! % % f. V MARK YODR BALLOT IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER | For Ratification of Prohibition Amendment ! X Against Ratification of Prohibition Amendment ~ ~ ---- u Taxpayers’ Protective Association of West Va.