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The Soldiers' Edition of the Oxford Mirror was transcribed by Janet Brandt.

C. N. Hayden’s Furniture Store
In presenting the accompanying ad, C. N Hayden, one of Oxford’s youngest merchants, having been in business in this city less than a year, makes an appeal to the people of this vicinity and community to purchase Christmas gifts this year that are useful and also carry with them durability. The proprietor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hayden, of this city. He was born at Olin, but with the parents moved to this city over twenty-six years ago where the family home has been since made. A number of years ago he purchased the café now owned and operated by Edw. Podolak, which he conducted very successfully for a time, and then disposed of it to the present owner and moved to Preston, where for a time was engaged in similar business.
Before moving to Preston he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Sazma. Some time later he became interested in the furniture and undertaking

business. He then sold his restaurant business and was employed with Theo. Westphal, furniture dealer at that place, and while engaged with him took up the study of undertaking and was granted an embalmers license. His desire to get into business for himself prompted his coming to this city, where he purchased the business of A. A. Trebon, this deal being closed about the first of April, this year.
Mr. Hayden understands the furniture business very thoroughly and his progressiveness has prompted him to stock the store with furniture of real quality. He has been very active in the war work, having been a member of the War Service Board.
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