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    Albert C. Priller, proprietor of a flourishing market at 131 Market street, is a substantial business citizen of Piqua, who has built up a substantial reputation for fair dealing and integrity. He was born at St. Paris, Ohio, and is a son of George G. and Amelia (Meyers) Priller. George G. Priller was a butcher by trade and established himself in business at Piqua in that line when he took his family to that city about 1885. His shop on South Main street was well patronized and he was generally considered a substantial citizen and honorable business man. He and his wife were the parents of twelve children, of whom nine are living: Frank, who is engaged in the meat business at Tippecanoe City, Ohio; Fred of Troy; Albert C., of this review; Louis an d Charles, residents of Tippecanoe City; August, of Dayton; Lena, the wife of Stephen Hughes, of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. Agnes Manly, of Dayton, and Mrs. George Nordhoff, of Dayton. Albert C. Priller was educated in the public schools of Piqua and learned the meat business with his father, with whom he was associated for some years. In November, 1909, he bought his store, where he established himself in business as the proprietor of his present market, and since that time has advanced to a place of recognized substantiality among the citizenship of the community. Fraternally, he is affiliated with the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and the Fraterma1 Order of Eagles, in both of which lodges he has numerous friends. He and Mrs. Priller attend the Presbyterian Church, and during the war period were active in the work of the Red Cross Society and other war movements. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Priller was Miss Frances Shie. She is a daughter of J. W. Shie, who is still engaged in business at Piqua as the proprietor of a furniture store.

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