Rev Myler of Iola weakening relatives 1913 KS
j REV. i. I MYLER NEAR DEIITH lolaN Grand Old Man Sinking and His 96 Yearx Doubtless Mean That the End Is Near. Surrounded by his children who ministered with loving care to him. Rev. J. E. Myler, aged 96 years, was believed to be at the point of death this afternoon at his residence, 202 •North Sycamore. Mr. Myler has been a resident of lola for a great many years and wlili; interest was manifested annually v.hvt\ lie' completed another year in lii« seeming destiny of liviim to In? On his last birthdny, Octoli-r lu. VJll he was taken ill, but rallied from tlie illnpfs anil son)!-, months ago moved fruisi tin- Imuif of his s«m, K. W. My cr. t«> Isi.s own h '>iiie. wliere he escai>ed the iircesslty of climbing a stairway .-tiul lii-i d:iu;:htt<r. Mrs. J. U. Atchison lias been with him. Recently he caugiit a slight cold and today weakness weakness of the heart developed requiring constant stimulation to keep him alive Propped up in a chair, the aged min Ister awaits the end .-j"-^ Several of the nine children Iwrn to him and Mrs. Myler were with him today and others have been sent for. The surviving children are:^ra. J. B Atchison. Mrs. I.. A. McMlllen and E. W. Myler. of lola. Mra. Moore and Mel Myler of California. John of Fowler, Kansas. Ada dot Santa Fe, Kansa.s. and Mrs. Estis. of Oklahoma.