|Publisher:||Pointe Coupee Banner|
|Place of publication:||New Roads, LA|
|Date of publication:||4/29/1904|
Montgomery, Ala. – The governor’s office has offered $4000 reward for the first arrest and conviction of any persons implicated in the lynching of Reuben Sims, a negro, who confessed to the murder of Dr. C. D. Cole, at Little river, Baldwin county. Rewards of $100 each were also offered for the second and third arrests.
“Big Reward for Lynchers.” Pointe Coupee Banner (New Roads, LA), April 29, 1904.