|Publisher:||The Goldsboro Weekly Argus|
|Place of publication:||Goldsboro, NC|
|Date of publication:||4/16/1908|
Mobile, Ala., April 8 – It is admitted today that Walter Clayton, an escaped negro trusty, who was locked up for assaulting a white woman has escaped from the sheriff in the face of a threatening mob and is still at large and heading for Pensacola. The mob were all drunk, otherwise the negro woule not have gotten away. Governor Comer offer fifty dollars reward for Clayton’s capture.
The Goldsboro Weekly Argus (Goldsboro, NC), April 16, 1908.