Keesler Residence Articles
Mr. S. R. Keesler has just had completed one of the most convenient and best arranged dwellings in Greenwood. The house, besides being well built, has all the late improvements, such as electric bells, water works for kitchen and bathroom, electric lights, etc. Col. Jesty did the work.
From The Delta Flag, October 4, 1895
C. W. Telfair Buys Keesler Residence
Mr. C. W. Telfair has purchased the residence of Gen. S. R. Keesler on Church and Walthall streets, the consideration being $10,000.
Gen. Keesler informs us the little "for sale" adv. In The Daily Commonwealth sold the residence for him; that yesterday was the first time Mr. Telfair had read the adv., and he came directly to him and within a few minutes the deal was closed-Gen. Keesler declaring that "the pulling power of your Daily as an advertising medium is simply wonderful."
Mr. Telfair and family will move into the newly acquired modern home about the first of next September, at which time Gen. Keesler and family will move to the R. T. Jones residence which they recently purchased.
From The Commonwealth, March 12, 1919