On August 19, 1924, the Woodstock Times and Edinburg Sentinel Combined reported Harrison Narcross was arrested for having a still and illegal alcohol. Law enforcement officers found the still, cap, and worm along with five pints of moonshine at his home in Hamburg, Virginia. He then led them to a site at Mt. Clifton where he produced barrels and packaged the alcohol. The exact location and times in which this still operated are unknown.