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The deputies under guard were warned not to make an outcry or to stick their heads out of the window for thirty minutes, or they would be instantly shot.Shortly before the mob appeared at the jail other members visited the electric light plant and forced the employees on duty to cut all wires controlling street light service in the city so that their work might be done without fear of detection or interruption.

Miller rode off from Francis and returned Monday before the killing on Saturday.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.Jesse West and Joe Allen were partners in the saloon business.They sold out and left the country with about ten thousand dollars.It is said also that West killed a man named Picket in Duncan about ten years ago and was acquitted.

It seems that Pickett had before that time killed a brother of West.

Their hands were tightly bound behind them with bailing wire and the first man to swing was Miller, and the others were hauled up in regular order.

West was the only one of the quartette to offer any resistance and he put up a desperate fight when he learned what the mob was after.

Nestor attempted to make resistance, but was at once made to understand that no interference would be brooked and was beaten over the head with the butt end of a revolver.

The keys to the cells were secured and the four men, Miller, West, Allen and Burrell were taken out of the jail and to an old abandoned livery stable in the rear where they were strung up one at a time to the rafters of the building.

The saloon was known as the "Corner Saloon," and was the scene of many killings.