The largest miltary funeral ever held at St. Petersburg, Pa:, was that of Francis M. Miller on July 24, when 200 automobiles were in line to the St. Petersburg Cemetery where interment was made in the family plot. Private Miller was born October 18 1889, the son of Mr. and Mr J. W. Miller, of Turkey City. He was 29 years old when he met his death from wounds received in action at the Argonne-Meuse, October 6. 1918. He was assigned to Co. E. 320th Infantry, leaving for Camp Lee April 3, 1918. He went overseas with the 310th division. He took part in numerous lrioiibe and battles, receiving his fatal wounds in Argonne-Meuse. Engageing in the drilling and contracting business under the firm name of Miller & H???. Mr. Miller also held extnilve oil and gas field in Clarion county, this State, and in Kentucky, He was well known throughout the locality as an active busness man. When a nitro-glycerln explosion ocurred on his father's lease at Turkey City. killing John Hall the younger Miller escaped serious in- jury. Not only in business activity was Mr. Miller known and respected, but he also was favorably known in church and fraternal circles. He was a member of the Reformed church at St. Petersburg, occupying the office of elder. He was a mamber of tha St. Petersburg Lodge No. 550 K. & A. M. He also belonged to Venango Lodge of Perectlon, at Oil City, and the Con- sory at Coudenport, Pa, The body of the dead hero arrived at Foxburg on July 21 from Hoboken, N. J. Funeral services, in charge of Rev. Rebert, were held July 24, at his late home, Turkey City. Mr. Miller is survived by his par- ent. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, of Turkey City; four brothers, A. H. and H. M. Miller. of Turkey City; C. H. Miller. of Chicor Pa;, and E. C. Miller, of Lamertine. Pa.; two sisters. Mrs. H. I. Davis. of New Middletown, Ohio, and Mrs. K. W. Davis, of Knox, Pa.