GEORGE P MILLER, who is at the head of the George P. Miller & Company firm, designers of men's clothes and shirt makers, with quarters at No. 179 Fourth Street, Steubenville, Ohio, was born at Wellsburg, W. Va., where he was reared and educated.
Mr. Miller came to Steubenville in 1880 and established himself in the gents' furnishing goods line and as a merchant tailor. He has elegant parlors and in every way his establishment is superior to any other of its kind in the Upper Ohio Valley.
In 1884, Mr. Miller was married to Miss Mary Johnson, a daughter of Samuel Johnson, a well known citizen of this section, and they have three children: Mildred N., S. Johnson and Helen M. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are members of the First Presbyterian Church, of which Mr. Miller is a trustee and an official. He is a Thirty-second Degree Mason, belonging to the Masonic bodies at Steubenville and to the Lake Erie Consistory at Cleveland. He is identified also with the Elks and the Knights of Pythias. Although never very active in politics, Mr. Miller has always shown his respect for good citizenship and is a member of the Steubenville Chamber of COmmerce. He belongs to the Country Club.