Last night county Attorney Dunn and Sheriff Kersey came to Wamego. All was quiet and peaceful, except in spots. Marshall Thompson was pressed into service together with a Mr. Huffman who drove the car for the county officials. Assembled in force with all the law of the city and state, a raid was made on a residence, and two women, with four others, one a prominent business man of a neighboring city, were captured. There was one present who escaped. A prosecution for violation of the prohibition law, and perhaps others will follow. That residence is apparently hoodooed. A fire Saturday, a raid Wednesday, seems to give it plenty of action. The Wamego Reporter, Wamego, Kansas.  April 8, 1915.  (c) Transcribed by Janeice Crosson for the Kansas Council of Genealogical Societies, Inc.