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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1900)
CARE OF THE EYES.
Dr. Seymour Says Trouble may be
Avoided by Care of these
Thero is nothing so Important to
those who arc Buffering from weak
eyes as proper treatment by a special
ist who thoroughly understands his
profession. It is just as important to
know where to go to have eye glasses
fitted ,as when to go. It is equally im
portant that the one with whom you
deal is strictly honest, and whoso ad
vice can he relied upon. One might
better do without wearing glasses at
all, no matter how weak the eyes, than
to have the wrong kind.
It is perfectly natural to those whose
eyes need attention to wish to'iknow
where they can get the best, particu
larly when the best is no more expen
sive than the inferior, since the best
is always most profitable in the end.
Among the specialists throughout
this country none are more favorably
known than Drs. Seymour and Cox,
1219 K street. Dr. Seymour has been
before the people of this state for ten
years, while Dr. Cox began his career
in the field of eye. ear, nose, and throat
work thirty years ago, their entire
timo having been spent in perfecting
their profession. The result of these
years of experience 1n actual practice
has enabled them to give to the public
most valuable service, which the peo
ple of Lincoln are not slow to appreci
ate. By observing the following few little
"don'ts ' much trouble with the eyes
may be avoided.
Don't think because you have good
eyes tEat they will stand all kinds of
Don't use the eyes continuously at
close work, without occasionally rest
ingthem hy looking off in the distance.
Don't hold the book nearer than is
necessary for clear, sharp vision.
Don't make a practice of reading
type .oo small to be seen readily at
Don't attempt to read in a car or
other jolting vehicle. It is a strain on
the directing muscles of the eye.
Don't read while lying down. It
causes an unusual strain on some of
the external or directing muscles.
Don't read when very sleepy, as the
accommodation and convergence are
naturally relaxed and the extra effort
necessary to force the unruly members
io work may be shown by a conges
tion of tne blood vessels of the eyeball.
Don't read facing the lig;hL
"Don't read in the twilight or in "badly
ur Special Rates . . ,
which we are making to Students still continue.
During this week we will make a big reduc
tion to all University Students and Professors.
f . . . . FRATERNITY GROUPS A SPECIALTY. . . . .
Our Work in this line is Unexcelled.
132 South Twelfth Street.
TO AID THE UNFORTUNATE.
It is impossible to estimate, even
to a degree, the great good that is ac
complished in the world by men who
cast aside the worldly pleasures of life
and labor unceasingly in one field of
lofty endeavor to complete and perfect
one ialent with which God has blessed
them. While Drs. Seymour and Cox
would not care to be quoted as men
who live purely for philonthropic pur
suits, still it is hardly doing justice to
their efforts and ability to put it in any
other light. They come to our city af
ter visiting many of the large eastern
cities, with names already established
among the highest of their profession,
having been educated in the best col
leges in our land. They have found
their first entrance into their profes
sion, devoted their whole time to their
chosen work, and through the great
and varied experience to be obtained by
men and their ability, they have suc
ceeded in establishing facts which will
be a blessing to mankind for all time
They are among the first specialists,
either in this country or Europe, who
have thoroughly demonstrated and
proved to the minds of a skeptical pub
lic, and perhaps even more skeptical
professional men, the fact that cross
eyes in almost every instance can be
perfectly straightened without the use
of the surgeon's knife.
They have many letters from people
who have proved the truth of their as-
sertions by their own experience, and
in conversation with them one cannot
doubt their statements for a moment
when they declare that cross eyes, with
scarcely an exception, are due to de
fects in sight, which can only be suc
cessfully treated in an enlightened
manner, reaching the cause of the de
fect in order to secure proper Tesults.
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