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

Charles F. Miller

CHAS. F. MILLER, another son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Miller, who were called upon to give one son to their country, was born on the farm near this city December 3rd, 1893, and has made this community his
residence continuously until two years ago when he went to Lyons, Neb., where he was employed. It was from this place that he was called in the draft of May 1st, 1918, and sent to Ft. Logan, Colorado. He was here only long enough to take his physical examination and receive his uniform, in four days being transferred to Camp Freeman, Cal. He remained at this camp until the later part of October when Co. F. of the 8th Ammunition Train, of which he was a member, was ordered to Camp Mills, N. Y. A peculiar incident in connection with their going to this camp is the fact that twice they were packed and ready to sail, each time being recalled. The last time his division was sent back to Camp Lee, Va., where he is at the present time and no doubt will be mustered out of the service from this place.

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