County Supply Bill Introduced in House. TOTAL OF $69,00 Provides for Operation of County Government During Current Year. Kershaw county supply bill, providing for the operation of the county government for the current year was introduced in the House of Representatives yesterday and referred to the committee on its ways and means. The bill carried a grand total of $68,844.99. Some of the items of … Continue reading KERSHAW BILL GETS READING


First Prize, $50 Charles W. Gibbs, Hartsville Merchandise prizes awarded by The State to be mailed today: ALLEN BROS MILLING CO. Leo Z. Mixon, 1501 College Ave., Hartsville; Mrs. W. H. Bowers, Bowers Beach; Miss Angelyn Calvo, 1010 Calhoun St., Mrs. James Lide Jordan, Jr., 1613 College Ave., Hartsville; Miss Mabel W. Brown, Bishopville, Route 1; Mrs. H. W. Starnes, 1908 Rosewood Drive; Mrs. L. … Continue reading LIST OF 300 PRIZE WINNERS IN THE STATE ZAIN AD TEST

Seen Here and There

Sunday another beautiful spring day with the streets and highways crowded with persons out riding and enjoying the balmy breezes . . . Tress in the Shandon section budding out rapidly and passerby remarking, “What a pity it be should a freeze come and kill those tender twigs.” Edwin Maddox, teacher at Flat Rock school, Kershaw county, a visitor in Columbia and at his home … Continue reading Seen Here and There

John James Dillard

1863 John James Dillard was born on 01 Jul 1863 in Greer, Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA a child of John Turner Dillard and Lettie Adeline Anderson Dillard. 1870 John Dillard was counted in the census on 30 Aug 1870 in Chick-Springs, Greenville, South Carolina, USA, as a 8-year-old, male, white. Also in the home was John Dillard, Addie Dillard, Mary Dillard, Frank Dillard, Manning Dillard, … Continue reading John James Dillard