1898 - Mar 2898 - Col. Andy Voorhees, formerly of his city, the well-known cook, has opened a saloon at Culver
City, Lake Maxinkuckee - Logansport Pharos Tribune
1898 May 14 - Col. Andrew Voorhees is arranging a handsome summer resort at Lake Maxinkuckee his "boats to let" will be. in charge of Capt. Newton Scott. - Logansport Pharos Tribune
1898 - Aug 5 - Andy Vorhees the popular restauraut man, has rented the Kreuzberger building near, the depot, and converted the same into a lodging house- He will also open a billiard and pool hall. He thoroughly understands the business and will doubtless make a success of it.
1898 - Sep 16 - The Culver Club House. Mr. Andy Vorhees, of this city, will open a billiard hall and lodging house at Culver in a few days. He purposes to conduct this establishment in a law abiding manner, and under no consideration will he allow questionable characters to patronize his house. He will have everything first-class, and as he has been connected with lodging houses and restaurants for the past 25 years, he calc ulates to accommodate the public in an up-to-date manner, and as he has no other buisness which will partic ularly interfere with his new enterprise, he proposes to devote his whole attention to it. In connection therewith John Partee, who was for four years head chef at the academy, will conduct a short-order lunch department, and as he is one of the very best “ cooks" in the state' he will have no trouble to tickle the palates of the hungry.. Remember the place, Culver Club House, Kreuzberger Park, where the hungry can be fed and the weary cared for with neatness aud dispatch
1898 - Nov. 18 - Wm. Overman has purchased a half interest in the Culver City Club room the same being conducted by Vorhees and Overman, Partee retiring