|Publisher:||The Boaz Leader|
|Place of publication:||Boaz, Alabama|
|Date of publication:||September 6, 1928|
The Blount county grand jury which recessed at Oneonta late Friday until September 10 returned murder indictments against four Oneonta citizens in connection with the killing of Lillie Cobb, a negro woman, by a white-robed and masked band in that city three years ago. Those indicted are John Wade, blacksmith and undertaker; Joe Harris, garage manager of a filling station, and Enoch Evans, barber.
“Four Blount Men Jailed in Noted Case.” The Boaz Leader (Boaz, Alabama). Sep. 6 1928.