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Friday, September 4, 1908.
6 THE TIMES. FROM CROWN POINT NEWS Koch May Buy Saloon. A rumor has it, that the firm of Koch & O'Bright, the local automobile and garage men have dissolved part nership, and that William Koch will take charge of the Half-way house to Cedar Lake, formerly owned by Win. Hacker, deceased, and will run a first class saloon. The report also says that O'Bright will continue in the garage business but may move the location of his present quarters. The interested parties could not be seen last evening but It is said that other business men besides Koch are interested in the new Half-way house venture. The firm has been rather unfortu nate in meeting with numerous acci dents to their machines, which have cost them quite an amount of money and considerably lessened the profits arising from the business. Enjoy Nice Dance. About seventy-five couple from Crown Point went to Cedar Lake last evening and enjoyed the dance given by the Independent Order of Foresters at Lassen's pavilllon. It was one. of the most enjoyable parties of the season as the evening was ideal for dancing and those who attended re port a delightful time. - Considerable complaint is being 1 heard by property owners who have the Interest and welfare of Crown Point at heart and are endeavoring to make it a "city beautiful," on ac count of the paper and rubbish that is scattered promlsculously on Crown Point street from the various busi neas houses around the square. A match and a few minutes attention to the blaie would obviate the nuisance and greatly improve the store prem ises by ridding it of unsightly papers and little, and at the same time keep the wind from blowing the rubbish through Crown Point street and lawns. Do your share of making Crown Point the prettiest spot in Northent Indiana and your real estate values won't do any tumbling. Invitations have been received by Crown oPint and Hammond young so ciety people to attend a dancing party at the Hart home on South Court street next Saturday evening. The K. of P.'s held a meeting last evening in their hall, in which the ini tiatory team went through their vari ous degree work practicing for the re ception of a number of candidates that are to be admitted to the lodge soon. The Pioneer Monumental Works is engaged on a fine memorial monument to be erected an the Van Volkenburg lot at Merrillville, subject to the con ditlons of the will left by the late Lucinda Van Volkenburg. The monu ment is of foreign granite and will be one of the largest monuments in the Merrillville yard. - A moving picture show is billed for the Central Music Hall for Saturday night to continue for some time. The pictures are advertised as being en tirely new and original and the show will probably draw a large crowd as like other attractions have always done in the past. Jake Kussmaul of Hammond, trans acted business in town yesterday. Our students are preparing to leave for their respective schools to take up their work for the ensuing year. A smoker has been advertised for next Tuesday evening for the mem bers and friends of the Center town ship Republican Club. Many of the teachers left today for their respective homes after spend ing a week here attending the teach ers' institute. The condition of Mrs. Ed Fauser is eaid to be somewhat improved, al though she is still confined to her bed with appendicitis. The Masonic Lodge will hold an ex tra or called meeting, when work in the entered apprentice degree will be conferred on a candidate. Mrs. Lincoln is still confined to her bed with a slight attack of quinzy. Crown Pointers have nearly ail re turned from their vacations and are wrestling with the serious side of life. ST. JOH Labor Day will be a big day her. owing ta one of the best picnics of the season at Spring Hill Grove. Dancing begins at 1 o'clock. 9-3-3t. Mrs. Joseph M. Gerlach ' returned yesterday from her visit with relatives In Iowa and Minnesota. Mat Boney from Hammond, is out to day in the interest of his farm. Miss Cecilia Ludwig of Chicago is visiting relatives here at present. Joseph M. Gerlach made a business trip to Wheeler yesterday. August Hohrbacher, tobacco sales man, transacted business here today. Section foreman Bert Steele moved NEW SKIN REMEDY. Create Bis Stlrj Drag Store Crowded With Sufferers. For several weeks past Weis' and other leading drug stores in this city have been crowded with persons de siring a supply of poslam. the new cure for eczema. This is the. drug which has created such a stir throughout the country sine its discovery one year ago. For the convenience of those who use poslam for pimples, blackheads, blotches, red nose, acne, herpes and other minor skin troubles, a special 60-cent package has been adopted, tn Addition to the regular two-dollar Jar, which is now on sale at all leading drug stores. In evzema cases, poslam stops the Itching with first application and pro ceeds to heal, curing chronic cases in two weeks. In minor skin troubles, re sults show after an overnight appli cation. For a free experimental sample, write direct to the Emergency Labor atories. 22 West Twenty-fifth street Jfew York City. NEIG H BORING with his family Into William Koehle's house on Spring Hill. About twelve of St John's men left this morning over the C. L & S. rail road, with rod and hook to the Kan kakee river to try their luck fishing. The viewers appointed, went over the piece of road from the C. I. and S. de pot east to John Bohling's corner to look over the road and make a report to the county commissioners. A peti tion to the commissioners was made by the St. John township people some time ago to have these two and one- fourth miles of mud road between the adjoining store roads, macadamised. HOB ART. The fie department was called to the home of William Chase in the north part of town yesterday after noon where a blare had started In the attic. The fire was extinguished with out much damage being done. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson, went to the city yesterday to spend a few days with friends. John Ragen of Iowa, came to Hobart Wednesday to visit his brother, George and family for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aherns went to Chicago yesterday to visit friends. Mrs. Fred Englebrecht and chil dren have been visiting relatives in Hobart this week. Mrs. Eugene . Hodges and children went to Warsaw, Ind., yesterday to visit friends at her former home for a few days. School begins next Monday. William Stommel is at West Baden this week taking a rest ,. LOWELL. Mail Carrier Davis is now enjoying his annual vacation of two and one half weeks. Dr. Frederick Castle, who has been a. great suffered with rheumatism, for several years, is reported in a very critincal condition. The next event in Lowell baseball circles is the games tomorrow and Sunday between the Oaklands and Thompson's Colts. The Thompson Colts are a traveling colored team and are said to be the fastest west of New York City. Prof. H. B. Brown, of the Valparaiso University, is a member of the Sev enty-tnira regiment tnat win bold a reunion in Lowell Sept. 16 and 17, and he will be in attendance and will make an address. DYER. The Labor Day Picnic in St. John at Spring Hill Grove, opens at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. It will be one of the best of the year. 9-3-3t HEGEWISCH-BURNHAH Mr. and Mrs. Carmody were Ham mond visitors Wednesday. Fay Lammering of Dolton was call ing an friends in Burnham this week. Mrs. M. E. Comes was in Chicago shopping Wednesday. Mrs. Luke Reed was a Hammond call er Tuesday evening. Miss McGarry's sister of Joliet, 111., visiter her Tuesday. . James Finnlern of Calumet Park was in .Burnham Wednesday evening. Mrs. Patton and daughter, Minnie, went to South Chicago Tuesday even lng to attend the Eastern Star meeting, the latter being initiated on that even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Miles and Mrs. Jacob son attended the Eastern Star in South Chicago Tuesday evening. xuesaay aiiernoon tne farK ave nue club and the Home Circle club met at Mrs. O. J. Kiersey's and a most en Joyable afternoon was spent. Dainty refreshments were served and all left for home looking forward to the next meeting. LANSING. Mrs. George Grader of Blue Island, was in town yesterday. Walter Vandenberg was in Blue Is land yesterday. Mrs. William Schultz was in Ham mond yesterday. The Lansing public school opened ruesaay wun an attendance or over 100 pupils. The German parochial school opent Sept. 8. The T. T. H. a also opens on the same day The town board of Lansing held its regular monthly meeting last evening in the town hall Lansing is having two eheds built for the fire engines. WHEELER. Miss Ruth Harmon was a visitor in Englewool Thursday. Mrs. Greenbaum and two children who have been visiting with Mr. Ram enstine the past week, returned home Thursday morning. Master Howard Richmond is report ed to be sick with a case of diphtheria. The Misses Barts of Hobart, former ly of Wheeler, visitew with Wheeler friends Thursday. MIsb Elamaida and Master Cornelius Johnston, of Hobart, visited at the home of Ia K. Johnston Thursday. Miss Grace Johnston entertained the members of the senior class of th Wheeler high school at her horn Thurs day to celebrate her eighteenth birth day. MUNSTER. Airs, cnaries Stallbohm and Miss Mollie Stallbohm were in Hammond yesterday afternoon. aiiss uicMe i.ntkert was in Ham mond yesterday visiting friends. Mrs. Henry Bechman and daughter. Miss Anna, of Saxony, vteited friends here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. VanUgteren and son Robert, who have been visiting here ior several weeks, returned to thel nome in Roseland today. TOWN GARY NEWS Had To Walk Five Miles. A little party of Garyites did the Edward Payson Weston stunt yester day not through their own volition. however, but because the elusive au tomobile which they hired to take them into the Jungles, gave them the slip and they had to walk five miles back to Gary. Those who were compelled to shake the sand out of their oxfords, upon arlvlng at Hammond were, At torney Harvey Curtis, Walter McNally and the real estate firm of Young & Vossler. The men arived on the scene f a proposed real estate deal at ten 'clock in the morning and started to wander over the property. They were gone so long that the chauffeur grew grew restless and headed his machine homeward presumably to notify the police or to secure help, In the mean time the party had returned and not finding the machine hofed it the five miles back to Gary. They arrived here with Curtiss in the lead at 2:15. Farewell to the Buffet At the Gary hotel buffet, the propri etor and the many patrons held a wake, n which one of the best times ever had In the history of the well known bar was enjoyed. The place was crowded all evening with the friends who were bidding farewell to the place. A dutch moker was a part of the program and the clay pipes were furnished by "the Kaiser" and lighted by a Mr. Mullin, who Informed a Times reporter that he couldn't find anything else to light. The place was closed up promptly at 11:00 and the fixtures will be allowed to stand until the blanket remonstrance law is repealed. Mrs. P. L. Fitzgerald, wife of Judge Fitzgerald, received sad news yester day of the' injury to her aged father. The old gentleman was attempting to get out of a rig in which he was drlv ing when he fell fracturing his right leg so that the bone was completely shattered. At 5:30 last night a new health in spector arrived in Gary in the home of Dr. Theodore T. Templin. The little son faring nicely as well as the moth er. Beside handing out some ten centers today it is expected that the doctor will take more stringent steps to purify the milk of the city imme diately. It is rumored that the son will be called Edward. The medical asociatlon met last night in the office of Dr. C A. DeLong, where matters of interest in the profession were discussed. The new skating rink which was to have been opened last Tuesday will have the opening day tomorrow after noon when the Gary band has been se cured for the occasion. The rink will be open In the afternoon and evening. A large crowd is expected to attend the opening night. Mrs. Samuel Saz, wife of the local cigar man, has returned from South Chicago where she has been spending several days visiting friends and rela tives. E. C. Gerhardt the St. Louis con tractor, who has the contract for the construction of the Emerson school was in town yesterday looking after his busines interests here. Harry King, the local real estate man left last night for Pittsburg and other places in the west, where he has some splendid deals in which he will dis close on his return. Mr. King while In Pittsburg will see the Pittsburg Cub game at Sportsman's park. James O'Neil, the Hobart insurance man, was in Gary yesterday on busi ness. A committee of seven from North western university were in Gary yes terday looking over the various styles of brick being used in this city with arick being used ' in this city with view of selecting something for their own buildings which they will erect in the near future. In the party were a number of the city officials of Ev anston. They returned to Evanston last night well pleased with the vari ous samples which they saw in Gary. Attorney M. H. Stanton left last night for Knox, Ind., where he will try a case today. Herbert Heavenrich of the Ready Roofing company was in Chicago yes terday. H. A. Paine, the Gary contractor, was in Chicago yesterday on business. GRIFFITH. The best picnic of the season will be held at Spring Hill Grove at St.John, Labor Day. Dancing begins at 1 o'clock. 9-3-3t. ROBERTSDALE. Mrs. Adam Dorsch has rented her cottage in Roberts avenue to John Pinks of Pearl street. Mrs. Dorsch will move to her former home in In diana boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ashline of Indiana boulevard spent Wednardey visiting In Chicago. Mesdames H. Thelssen, W. Bahn, Lanko and Maas were the guests at a dinner at the home of Mrs. E. Smith In Woodlawn Thursday. Mrs. Alex Hazlett of Roberts ave nue visited friends in Chicago Wednes day. Mrs. Carl Johnson and daughter, Florence, of Racine, Wis., are spend ing a few days visiting Mrs. B. F. Barnes of Reese avenue. Mrs. William Eggers and Mrs. Ed Holmes saw "Paid in Full" at the Grand Opera House in Chicago Wed nesday afternoon Miss Josephine Jewett of Indiana boulevard, is entertaining Miss Ethel Carley of Hammond for a few days. Miss Ida Blaul of Chicago was the guest of friends here Wednesday. Miss Selma Ehlers of Roberts ave nue was an East Side visitor Wed nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. August Homan of Har- AN rison avenue, attended the funeral of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Ed Homan in Colehour, Thursday. , Fred Kasch of Roberts avenue trans acted business in South Chicago last evening. Misses Anna Dougherty and Margery Bolin of Indiana boulevard, left for a few days' visit with Mrs. William Tay lor of West Pullman, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Thompson en tertained Mrs. Piper and children of Indiana Harbor at their home in Rob erts avenue Wednesday. Mrs. Eric Lund of Hammond was calling on friends here Wednesday. Miss Ruth Loomis of Hammond is visiting her sister. Mrs. O. M. Kimball of Reese avenue for a few days. Misses Wilma Bahn and Myrtle Soltwedel saw "Lena Rivers" at Towle's opera house in Hammond Tuesday evening. Miss Selma Vogel of Cleveland ave nue visited relatives in Forest Park, 111., yesterday. Don't forget the ice cream social to be given under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society at the church this evening. Misses Anna Sell, Marie and Anna Newman, of Chicago, were the guests of Miss Ida Homan yesterday. Mrs. Fred Klemm of Lincoln avenue, who has been seriously 'ill for some time, removed to St. Margaret's hos pital Wednesday. VALPARAISO. Ed Wllkie is taking a vacation in Illinois. Mrs. Meeker has moved out of her home on West Main street, which she has sold to Louis Gast, who, it is said. Intends to move the building from the premises and build a new residence. Miss Gertrude Polk and Miss Agnes Doyle are taking a short ;np to some of the resorts on the lakes. The exodus of the Valparaiso hay fever sufferers has begun. Several are. taking outings at Michigan resorts, There is a big write-up with pic tures of the well known Chicago glee club in this month's issue, the I. L. A. number of the Yyceumite and Talent. The members of the quartet are well known here, having delighted Valpa raiso audiences with their charming music on several occasions. The two Thomas boys, one of whom travels un der the name of Glen T. Henry, are brothers of Mr. C. B. Thomas of this city. INDIANA HARBOR. (Continued from page 3.) wlth friends and relatives in Jackson, Mich. The Methodist boys defeated the Catholic boys in a highly contested game of ball on Wednesday afternoon. The score was 7 to ft C. H. W. Johnson will break ground for the new $28,000 fire and police sta tion on Monday. A large quantity of material is already on the ground, and there is little doubt that Mr. John son will prosecute the work with his usual vigilance. W. H. Willberg of Chicago was in East Chicago and Indiana Harbor today looking for a good cigar store location. Mr. Wilberg operated a "smoke-house" on Block avenue in this city about four years ago and has many friends who will be delighted to welcome his re turn into Harbor business life. D."e. Ferner of Auburn Park, 111.. Is the latest addition to the C. L. S. & S. B. staff of conductors. He's a good one. G. J. Bader of Whiting, transacted business with the State bank of Whit ing which he is the president, yester day afternoon. Mr. Bader has been en Joying an eastern trip for the past five weeks and is now entering upon his former labors with renewed vigor. S. A. Silverstone of Laporte is spend ing a few days in Indiana Harbor in an effort to locate a branch lodge of the "Court of Honor" here. Mr. Silverstone is deputy organizer for this locality and has built up several lodges in northern Indiana. He reports that he is meet ing with good success. The Court of Honor Is fraternal and beneficiary, per mltting the initiation of both sexes to full membership. The four-year-old son of Baker Emil Wolper fell on a broken board-walk yesterday afternoon and suffered an i ugly gash in his forehead, necessitat ing three stitches. Miss Emily Martin and Saddle Bar ker, with gentlemen friends will wit ness the Saturday performance of "The Girl Behind the Counter" at the Garrick theater, Chicago. R. A. McGregor, commercial agent for the Indiana Harbor-East Chicago Electric Light company arrived here yesterday with his family and will spend a month at the South Bay hotel. Mrs. W. L Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. James Coulter of Hammond, and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Merle will be guests at the Merle home on Fir street this evening. Invitations have been received here for a farewell party in honor of Miss Florence Klein, a former resident of this city, but now residing with her father in Chicago. Miss Klein will shortly leave for a girl's boarding scfiool in Iowa. William Jones of Chicago was the guest of Police Officer William Need les and J. S. Bevan yesterday after noon. Mr. Jones is connected with the First National Bank of the Republic. Miss Iva Merle will attend the per formance of the "Broken Idol" at the Whitney opera house, Chicago, this evening. Edward Ech was fined 111.95 by Judge Reiland on a charge of provocation. Ech drank too freely of the amber fluids on Wednesday evening and in speaking to August Petln, a friend, he neglected to odserve the rules of eti quette and used many heated phrases. Ech will be taken to Crown Point, Rose Wetmore of Whiting was an Indiana Harbor visitor yesterday afternoon. D CITY WHITING NEWS Back On Duty. Chief of Police Patrick Lawler is back on duty after a two weeks' vaca tion which he spent at home spliting wood oergeani jiay tjoums Is now on a two weeks furlough which he is spending at Morocco, Ind., with his mother and children. leaves For Vacation. John R. Morrison, superintendent of the boiler shop at the Standard Oil Company Is on a two weeks' vacation. lesieraay air. Morrison lert ior a trip which will include stops at Paw Paw Lake, Mechellnda and Houghton Mich, Cleveland, Buffalo and Louis ville, Ky. Returns To New York. Miss Amy Marche, who has been the guest of Miss Jessie M. Curtis at her home in Oliver street for several weeks, left yesterday for New York where she will visit for a few days be fore returning to her studies at the Western, at Oxford, O. miss marsne ana Miss Curtis are classmates at the college. Mrs. Jacobson of the Pederson flats is entertaining her sister from South Chicago. William Emmel, Jr., who is employ ed In the parafine office at the Stand ard Oil Company is enjoying a week's vacation which he is spending at Oak Park with his aunt. Miss Hulda Lagger of East Chicago was the guest of Miss Nellie Quinn of One Hundred and Nineteenth street, Wednesday evening. Mess'rs. Irish and Loucks of East Chicago spent Wednesday evening in Whiting. Miss Elizabeth Nlckum is home from the Presbyterian hospital in Chcago where she was for a week with what was thought to be symptoms o typhoid fever. Mrs. Stoll and son, Charles, who formerly resided here, have returned from California, to make this city their permanent home. Dr. E. M. Wells, who left Wednes day morning for a trip up the North ern Lakes, will no doubt be subpect to many jokes upon his return. Pa tients who are looking for the genial ptiyslclan are greeted by a sign on his office door which reads, "will be back Aug. 12. This notice sets people to thinking how Doc could stay away from Whiting until next August. For the benefit of those who are in the dark The Times will say that he informed the representative before leaving that he would be back Sep. 12. In making out the notice he evidently got the months mixed, but this does not prove conclusively that Dr. Wells is slow. Beginning with Sept. 1 the public library is open at the regular hours which is 2 to 9 p. m. dally except holidays, and on Sundays from 1:30 to 5:30 p. m. These hours will remain unchanged until July, 1909. The families of George Hilliard. Chas. Manbeck and Earl Douglas, have returned from Rochester, Ind., where they spent two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brush of Indi ana Harbor spent last evening with the latters' parents, Mr. and Mrs William Walker. Mrs. Florence Helman was the guest of Mrs. Cuen in Chicago Wednesday Miss Alta Helman who has been vis iting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. Helman, has re turned to he rhome in St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs Norman Emerson have gone to Streeter, 111, to spend a few days. John Morrison and Claud Humph reys, who are seeking reputations as sprinters, set out at 5 o'clock yester day morning to walk to Chicago. The return was made by train as they were well convinced at the end of their des tination that it was quite an under taking. The boys were spurred on by the success of Walter Smith, who re cently walked in from Lake Wawasee, Ind. The distance is 120 miles and he made the trip and two and one-half days. The Smith family spent the summer at Lake Wawasee, and Walter who has always been quite a pedes trian, thought this would be a good WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAK BODIES. Kidney Dleae Cauae Half the Com mon Ache and Ills of Ham mond People. As one weak link weakens a chain, so weak kidneys weaken the whole body and hasten the final breaking down. Overwork, strains, colds and other causes, injure the kidneys, and when their activity is lessened the whole body suffers from the excess of uric poison circulated in the blood. Aches and pains and languor and urinary ills come, and there is an ever increasing tendency towards diabetes and fatal Bright's disease. There is no real help for the sufferer except kid ney help. Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on the kidneys and cure every kidney HL Hammond cures are the proof. Mrs. C. Wise, of 407 Indiana avenue, Hammond, Ind., says: "I was told by a friend that Doan's Kidney Pills were a fine remedy for kidney trouble and on her suggestion, I purchaaed a box at Bicknell & Co.'s drug store. I began taking them as directed and in a couple of days could see 'that I was being benefitted. The pain in my back was less severe, the kidneys were more reg ular in action and I felt much stronger. After a week's use the pain had entirely disappeared from my back and this en couraged me. I continued untid en tirely cured. I will always speak a good word for Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New Tork, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. way to wind up his summers outing to walk back home. Mrs. Edward Hopkins was called to Winnamac, Ind., by the death of her mother, Mrs. Emily Hoover. Mrs. Thomas Burns of 2606 Prnce- ton. avenue, Chicago, is staying at the home of her mother, Mrs. Edward Hopkins, owing to the severe illness of her child, which is very low with consumption. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Schaefer, Mrs. Peter Koch and Mrs. Joseph Scher went to St John Wednesday to attend the celebration which was given in honor of the seventieth birthday of theor father, Andrew Kammer. The event was a most pleasant one and Mr. Kammer, who is postmaster at St. John received in addition to many valuable presents, the heartiest con gratulations and best wishes of all present. The party from Whiting all returned home In the evening with the exception of Mrs. Scher, who will remain with her parents ' until over Labor Day when she will be Joined by red husband. An Important real estate transac tion was made by Davidson Brothers Real Estate Company in which the Croatlons of Whiting came into pos session of seven lots in Davidson's new addition lying on the southwest side of Indiana boulevard between One Hundred and Twenty-first street and Kelly Place. The Croatlon Society in Whiting conalste of fifty-nine fami lies and 350 single men. At present they have no house of worship in this coty and the land which they have purchased, will be used for a church, parish and a home for the sisters. The society has also secured an option on another strip of land upon which. they Intend erecting a school house, and it is thought this deal will be consummated within a few days.. The Daughters of Rebekah held their regular meeting in the I. O. O. F, hall Wednesday evening. The local lodge will attend the meeting of their sister order in East Chicago this evening where they will exemplify their work by giving an exhibition drill. Mr. and Mrs. James Cole who have been visiting their eon and family, Charles Cole of Fred street, have re turned to their home in New Commers- town, O. TOLESTON. Misses Alma Hess and Meta Williams spent yesterday in Hammond. Horace Borrace of Chicago is visit ing relatives-here for a few days. Harry Lukens left town Tuesday for Lafayette, Ind., where he will attend Purdue University the coming year. Miss Emma Miller of South Chicago visited with friends here Wednesday. H. A Townsley attended the Inde pendence League convention in Indian apolis yesterday. 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Ia., where he expects to attend school at Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clemens went ta Rensselaer today to attend the Repub lican day at the Home Coming, now being held at that place. C. A. Larson made a-busienss trip to DeMotte today. Mrs. Stewart Stowell was a Lowell visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Smith of the Soldier's Home, Lafayette, Ind., and Mrs. Frank Levi of Rushville, Ind., sister of Mrs. W. H. Ray and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Cheever, of Chicago, visited this week with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ray HOTEL