E W Myler background 1904 Iola KS
of Alkn Coonty Bat MAYOR E. W. MYLER. Attorney at Law, i A quiet, unassuming gentleman is the mayor of lola City, Mr.- E. W. Myler, one among the leading attor- ' neys of Allen county. Mr. Myler was born in Cumli^Iand county^ Illinois, In 1862, and was educated In Kansas, i In the State Normal School and at ; Baker University. He co'pimenced : his career as a teacher, and as such has left his impress on several com- ,munities in this state. As an educator educator he was successful, and over the ; young people who were brought under under his influence and teaching he wielded a wholesome influence. He i possessed a rare faculty for impart- j ing instruction to which his former I pupils by the score bear grateful testimony. testimony. While thus engaged Mr. Myler Myler found time to study law and was admitted to the bar in November, 1900. In January of the following year he was admitted to the supreme court, and in the fall of the same year located In lola. In the practice of his profession in this city Mr. My* ler had associated with him the first, year Mr. F. H. Gaudy, but since then he has practiced by himself. In the spring of 1903 he was elected mayor , of this city on a straight Republican i ticket, and is now filling that responsible responsible position ably and in a manner satisfactory to the people. Mr. Myler Myler does a general practice in all our courts and is regarded as one of the ablest disciples of Blackstone and Chitty practicing at this bar. He has a well selected library of some hundreds hundreds of voluines and is well read In legal tore. He is a clear thinker, a forceful speaker and a judicious coun sellor. As an attorney he is a sruc- cess and as the executive of this rapidly gr >wing city he Is no less so. Mr. Mylej- is largely interestetl in business matters and is secretary of the lola Crude Oil CompjBmy, president president olT the Cimnlngham Oil ^t Gita Company, and vlcej president of the Jones Oil, Gas & Mineral Company— all with headquartjers in this city. He owns considerable property in lola jand has attained the degrees of the I Royal Arch and Commandery In Ma- 1 sonry. His family consists of a wife ' and' one child, and w^ith them he def def lights to spend his evenings in his I ) pleasant home on North Sycamore s'treet His office is In the Northrup lilatlonal Bank building. CHARLES A. KINKEL. Attorney at Law. Mr. Charles A. Kinkel Is a lawyer from choice and because he loves the profession. He was bom In St. Louis, Missouri, and was educated at Wash- j ingtbn University In that city, where I he studied law and from which he graduated and was admitted to practice practice in July, 1902. For one year af- ! ter receiving his license Mr. Kinkel : served as deputy Jury commissioner • In his native city, and then came to I lola. In this city he Is located at ! 117 West Madison street, where he • has his library and where he is stead- 'ily achieving popularity; and clients at the same time. Mr. Kinkel is a gentleman of progressive ideas, with a sound legal and academic education, and a sound mind in a sound body. He came to lola to remain and progress progress with her, and he has the ability ability and the brains to do so. He does a general practice in all our courts, is a close student of details, and extremely extremely careful in the presentation and preparation of his cases. ' He Is a valuable addition to lola's legal and social circles. T. M. HYDE. Attorney at Law. Among i the younger members of the lola liar Mr. T. M. Hyde, of the firm of Hyde. & Slough, Is one of the most prominent, and his career thus far gives excellent promise for the future. He was bom ' at Bellows Falls. 'Vermont, in the year 1876, and came with his parents., to Kansas when about old enough to go to school. He was raised on a farm and educated In the common schools of his county, and at Belolt high school, from which he graduated In 1894. He • subsequently entered the Kansas State University and after graduation from this seat of learning learning In 1902, commenced the practice of' law, having been admitted to the bar in May, 1901. Upon leaving college, college, Mr. Hyde, seeing ithe pcssibill- ties and promise in lola, came straight to this city, arriving here in October of 1902. Ehigaglng In the general practice of his profession, he has already attracted to hlmsplf the is I ! j jail i III I 'is as as educated In county Is Is I ' \ I '