|Place of publication:||New York, NY|
|Date of publication:||4/6/1908|
Mobile, April 5. – Walter Clayton, a negro who was serving time at the stockade of the Hand Lumber Company for manslaughter, late Saturday afternoon criminally assaulted Mrs. Joseph White, twenty years old, and was lynched by a mob of seventy-five men outside the limits of Bay Minette last night. The negro confessed his guilt.
“Two Negroes Lynched In South; One for Killing Boy, the Other for Assault – Each Confesses His Guilt.” New-York Tribune (New York, NY), April 6, 1908.