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FIRE ON POSSE.
Unruly Blacks Wound Nine Mem
bers of Union Posse.-Causes
~uin, Nov. 22.-Nine white men
were wou!ded and several negroes
are thought to have at least been pep
pt?red with shot in a near-riot that
came Close to being a very serious af
fair in East Union about midnight
The negroes who did the shooing
were having a midnight "frolie'"and
were creating such a disurbance that
!they were notified that it must be
stopped, when they emered from the
house where they were and used shot
cnns on the officer and hi'jarty.
The injured are: Deputy Sheriff
McCall, wounded in both legs; W. A.
Dye, two loads of shot in chest and
face; Boyd Harris, shot in legs; Her
bert Brandon, shot in face and body;
H. L. Timmons, shot in legs;
Rudolph Lowe. both legs peppered
with shot; Earl Bolling, shot in body;
Albert Wrig.ht, body peppered with
shot; Grady Reynolds, shot in head
It was about 11 o'clock on Satur
day night that the many residents of
East Union were aroused and dis
turbed by. a crowd of negroes at the
home of Bob Foote. which is situa
ted just iii the rear of Mon-Aetna
.Baptist -church (white). The negroes
were evidently intcxicated and sang.
shouted and cursed so loudly that
Deputy -Sheriff McCall went to the
house to put a quietus on the affair.
As a result of his efforts sever4l of
the negroes left and went to their
homes and tlhigs were quiet for a
while, but about 30 minutes later .the
no.ise broke out in more violent form
Deputy.Sheriff McCall with a num
ber .of citizens of that section, then
approached the house to quell the
disturbance. As they neared the
place the negroes fired on them with
shotguns, wounded the above named
men. From 35 to 40 shots were fired
in all. When the negroes opened fire
with shotguas, the few men, present
wo had pistols returned fire.
Just what the effect was is 'not
known definitely, though one negro
named Will Broads - was after
terwards located in a house nearby
wih the side of his head filled with
small shot, which indicated that he
had received a load intended for the!
As soon as Deputy McCall realized
the situation he telephoned Sheriff J.
G. Lang, who immediately hurried to
the scene with Deputies J. G. Long,
Jr., and Claude Wilburn, Chief of
* Police Wilburn also letting them
have Policemen R. N. Sprouse and Ed
* Gregory. . . i
On arriving at the scene Sheriff
% Long finding out the state of affairs
teiephone'd to police headquarters
and had Policeman C. B. Gregory
come in a hurry with a lot of Win
chesters. When he reached the scene
-with the rifies Sheriff Long and his
posse advanced on the house where
the negroes had been having the
frolic, and finding the door barred,
broke it down and entered. Fire was
burning on the hearth, but there was
not a person present for men, women ~
.and children had deca.mped. I-d theI
room was a three-gallon jug about
two-thirds full of liquor.
The -sheriff divided his party and
searehed the surrounding neighbor
hood, finding Broadus, the negro who1
said he had been shot while passing,
though the white men in 1.iion say
that Broadus was among the negroes
implicated in the row, whether he
was'1an active participant or not.
During the night Jim Meng and
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Gadberry Smith, two negroe-, were
taken into custody by Sheriff Long
and committed to jail so that he
might interrogate them for further
informaion. The men were under the
influence of liquor at the time and
remembered so little that they. were
discharged early Sunday morning.
Today Deputy McCall went before
Magistrate Walker and had warrants
issued for Meridy Head, i painter,
Walter McJunkin and Bob Foote, all
negroes, charging them, with' causing
DOG RESCUES CHILD
FROM ATTACKING DOG.
Faithful Creature Drives Off Mad
Brute Which Jumps on Girl in
Saluda, Nov. 22.-A maid dog pass
ing through this town Saturday
morning created quite a commotion.
After he had bitten several dogs he
was followed and killed. His move
ments for the 24 hours previous have
been traced and it is learned that be
sides biting numbers of dogs, geese,
turkeys, and hogs in the Ellis section
of the county and between here and
there, he bit the little ten-year-old
daughter of Brovn Butler. The child
was out in the yard when the dog ran
into some- geese near by. The child
went around the house to see what
was causing the commotion. The dog
at once jumped on her and fastened
his teeth in her face. It is very prob
able her face would have been lacer
ated much worse had not Butler's
dog run up and, and seizing the rabid
dog, made him loose his hold on the
Butler has gone to the Columbia
ho.spital with the child for treat
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