|Publisher:||The Western Sentinel|
|Place of publication:||Winston-Salem, NC|
|Date of publication:||4/10/1908|
MOBILE, Ala., April 8. – It is admitted today that Walter Clayton, escaped negro trusty locked up for assaulting a white woman and who escaped from the sheriff after a mob threatened him, is still at large and heading for Pensacola. The mob was intoxicated or the negro would not have got away. Governor Comer offers $50 rewards for Clayton.
“Escaped Negro Trusty Is Still At Large.” The Western Sentinel (Winston-Salem, NC), April 10, 1908.