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MILLARD F. SMITH, farmer and stock dealer, is a son of Samuel, and Eliza (McMullen) Smith. He was born in 1856, on the homestead farm in Irwin, and received his education at the public schools of the township. His early life was spent upon the farm. In 1886 he settled upon his present place, situated three-quarters of a mile northwest of May’s Corners. Mr. Smith is engaged in general farming and the purchasing of all kinds of stock for the Eastern markets. He was married in 1887 to Miss Nettie, daughter of Joseph Matthews, deceased, of Irwin township, and by this union they have one child, Ella M. Our subject is one of the enterprising young farmers of the township, and in politics a Republican.