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    ALBERT R. PATTY, junior member of the mercantile firm of Stahl & Patty, doing a large and satisfactory business at Bradford, was born on a farm in Adams Township, Darke County, Ohio, February 22, 1877, and is a son of Finley H. and Lucinda (Jay) Patty. The former died in 1884, but the latter survives. Albert R. Patty grew to manhood on the home farm, and attended the country schools. Later he spent several winters reaching school in Newton and Franklin Townships, the former in Miami and the latter in Darke County, and then embarked in the mercantile business at Bradford, in partnership with J. W. Stahl. The firm began in rather a small way, but have gradually expanded until their stock includes dry goods, groceries, clothing and men's furnishings, and carpets, and they occupy a large amount of floor space and give employment to a number of workers. Mr. Patty was married to Miss Essie Redinger, and they have one son, George Finley. Mr. and Mrs. Patty are members of the Presbyterian Church, in which he is a deacon. In politics he is a Republican, and at present is serving in the office of city treasurer. He belongs to the Masonic fraternity.

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