Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Sheriff J.M. Lester and J.M. Bradshaw, Undersheriff, brought two large stills to town Tuesday morning after staying in hiding for three days watching for the owner to come to run the barrel of mash that was fermenting nearby. State Officer B.D. Cutberth and Deputy Temple of Hammon rendered valuable assistance in making this capture. Sheriff Lester made the announcement that no arrests had been made yet, as more evidence is wanted, however, he states that sufficient evidence has already been secured to warrant arrests, but that it would take a little time to secure all the information wanted to connect…

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