Coming. Dr. Fruth will make anotherofhis regular visits to Arm Arbor, ThursdaY, February 12th 1891 and as usual he may be consulted free of' charge in his private parlors at the Cook House, the doctor is becoming so well and f avorably known in our community that it is hardly necessary to more than mention the date of his coming to ensure a large crowd at the hotel eager to avail themselves of his superior skill. Those who are incurable are frankly told so. Some who think their troubles are of a trifling nature are found by Dr. Fruth's peculiar methods of analyzing diseased conditions to be not only in a dangerous condition but beyond human power to control. Likewise man y who have doctored for years, even until they have given up the cherished hope of a cure in despair and resigned themselves to a miserable existence are speedily and permanently returned to health, especially is this true of diseases of the nervous system. To those who have become discouraged we would say by allmeans visit the doctor and obtain his opinión if you have not already done so.