|Place of publication:||Shreveport, LA|
|Date of publication:||3/24/1907|
SAVED BY DOG Faithful Animal Prevented Diabolical Deed by a Negro, Florence, Ala., March 23.Mrs. Ben F. Rice, living on a farm near here, was saved Saturday from a negro’s clutches by her shepherd dog. The negro, a farmhand, named Cleveland Harding, finding Mrs. Rice alone, entered the house and attempted to assault her. The dog answered her screams and at once went after the negro, giving the woman a chance to extricate herself. Harding, getting away from the dog, fled.
“Saved By Dog.” The Caucasian (Shreveport, LA), March 24, 1907.