The  Shelby  Republican
January 15, 1925
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Chas. W. Culbertson    
    On  Trip  To  Nebraska

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          Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Culbertson, of St. Mary street, will leave in the morning for Omaha, Nebraska, for an extended visit.  Mr. Culbertson's mother, now eighty-three years old, three sisters and one of his daughters reside in Omaha.  Mr. Culbertson has many friends there of other days.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Indianapolis  Star
September 26, 1915
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SHELBYVILLE.
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          Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Culbertson  visited relatives in Indianapolis last week.  They departed from there to visit relatives at Omaha and Peru, Neb.  Mrs. Culbertson will then go to California to visit her father and other relatives and to attend the expositions at San Francisco and San Diego.
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla


The  Shelbyville  Volunteer
Saturday Afternoon, February 15, 1913
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          George Rogers,  of Omaha, Neb., a brother-in-law of  C. W. Culbertson, cashier of the First national Bank in this city, has been appointed a member of the staff of Governor Morehead, of Nebraska.  Mr. Rogers is known here by many people.  His friends will be glad to hear of the honor that has been given him.
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The  Shelby  Republican
Tuesday Edition
April 10, 1907
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          Mrs. Charles Culbertson  was severly, but not seriously,  bruised in an accident on south Harrison street Tuesday evening.  A horse driven by  Ol Green  frightened at an interurban car and jumping to one side struck the buggy in which Mrs. Culbertson was riding, upsetting it.  She was thrown in the pavement.  The horse she was driving was luckily a docile animal and when the buggy was righted by willing hands, who rushed to her assistance, Mrs. Culbertson drove on to her home south of the city.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Republican
Tuesday Edition
March 5, 1907
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CLUB  ORGANIZED  TO  STUDY  ART
(From Monday's Daily.)
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          The Keramic club was organized at the home of  Mrs. Edwin O. Davis, on Harrison avenue, Saturday afternoon, the purpose of the club being the study of art.  The organization is composed of fourteen members with  Mrs. Charles Culbertson, president;  Mrs. John Miller, secretary and treasurer, and  Miss Gertrude Johnson, librarian.  The members of the club will meet ever second and fourth Saturdays in each month.  A meeting will be held next Saturday with  Miss Hulda Bass.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Friday, September 29, 1899
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          Yesterday  Draper Culbertson, son of  Mr. C. W. Culbertson, reached his twenty-sixth anniversary and in the evening a supper was given a few of the young man's friends at the home of his father, just south of the city.  Draper is deservedly popular among his acquaintances.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Friday, September 22, 1899
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          Mr. C. W. Culbertson  was a passenger for Indianapolis this morning.  He carried a hand-satchel with him, but the report started by  Will Major  and  I. N. Cooper  that he carried a bottle in the "grip" is false.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Daily  Evening  Democrat
Shelbyville, Indiana
September 14, 1880
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Half Fare for the 18th.
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          Mr. Deering,  General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the J., M. & I. R. R., writes to local agent  Culbertson,  that tickets to this city and return from all points on his line on the 18th inst. will be sold for half fare.  The officers of the C., I. St. L. & C., and the Martinsville branch will be equally as liberal, hence those along those routes who desire to attend the big rally may do so at a comparatively small cost of money.
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