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The trials of the others was to have taken place Tuesday morning, but they waived examination after Miller's trial. Jesse West who was one of the men mobbed last night is about 38 years of age and has a wife.He was reared in Indian Territory on a farm and his first business venture was to embark in the saloon business in Potawatomie county Oklahoma.When the details of the quadruple lynching became known the entire town was in a furor of excitement and for a time it was believed that violence to other persons would be done, so frenzied had the crowd become, however the work of the lynchers had been so thorough and so systematic and so little fuss had been made that there was little left to do but to notify the relatives of the victims to come and get the bodies.At three o'clock this morning the guards at the jail, Deputy Sheriffs Walter Goyne and Bud Nestor, were surprised and overpowered by the advance agents of the mob numbering between 150 and 200 determined men.Miller gave him and promised him more if he took her and if he did not keep the animal Williamson was to have the for use of the animal.Miller rode off from Francis and returned Monday before the killing on Saturday.The justices' inquest on the bodies of the hanged men will be held today.West and Allen were wealthy cattlemen of Canadian, Texas and formerly lived across the Canadian in the Seminole country.
While the mob was carrying out its bloody work two of their number were left at the jail to guard the officers and to prevent them giving an alarm until the lynchers had completed their work.
Jesse West and Joe Allen were partners in the saloon business.
They sold out and left the country with about ten thousand dollars.
Shortly after dusk last night, the guards at the jail saw two men go through the old stable and look around, supposedly for a good place in which to hang the men. She said that Miller's body would be prepared for burial in Ada and it would be shipped to Fort Worth.
The examining trial of Miller was held Friday and he was bound over without bail. She made arrangements with the First National Bank in Fort Worth to have Oklahoma State Bank in Ada pay the expenses for preparing the body for burial.