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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1900)
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EYES REQUIRE GLASSES AT
The changes which come to the eye
as a result of age arc beyond the
power of the individual to remedy. It
is true that the time for the wearing
of glasses may be hastened by abuse
of the eyes, but with all possible care
that one may take the eye that hither
to has been nomal will need shortly
before, or it may be shortly after, the
age of 45 the aid of glasses. So uni
versal is this that an oculist, in his ex
aminations of the refraction of the
eye of his patient, can determine very
accurately the number of his years.
The responsibility of much eye trouble,
however, can be brought directly home
to the individual. It is due to the
reckless expenditure of the eyesight
The services of the eyes is demanded
in any and every light The eyes are
most tried by reading fine print, or do
ing the fine stitches of sewing or em-
WELL! WELL! well!
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?
The3' are at KENNEDY'S, and without doubt the best groups in town.
Call at our studio and get our Special Rates to Students.
& & ytemiedif&ketcgFapher.
132 South 12th St.
and combine tie greatest skill, not
only in the scientific fitting of glasses,
but many years experience in the
practice of medicine, which adds great
value to tbir services, even in the
fitting of the simplest glasses.
Dr. Seymour has leased the property
occupied by him at 1219 K street BY
THE YEAR, and it should hardly bo
necessary to continually reassure tho
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broidery. If the print Is on glonsy
paper whose smooth surface reflects,!
mirrorlike, the light, the effect Is very
Iiad upon the eyes. It the einbrodery
5b lo le done on satin, or upon canvas,
with its bewildering maze of meshes,
the feiraln Is soon shown in the redness
and the weariness of the eyes- "Wo
men's eyes suffer greatly from the tax
of veils. It only shows the great adap
tability which the eyes share with
every other part of the body, that the
veils, with their Intricate meshes and
numerous dots of embroidery and
cliaalJle, do not occasion more trouble
with the eyes than they do. The first
thing to do In selecting a veil, if one
has mercy upon the eyes. Is to test Its
effect upon the sight, to see that the
weave is not confusing and that the
dots do not come athwart the eyes.
Drs. Seymour and Cox offer free con
sultation and advice on this subject,
people of Lincoln that Is PERMA
NENTLY LOCATED HERE. Ilia
steadily increasing business has neces
sitated his securing more assistance,
and the liberal offer of free consulta
tion and examination of either EYE,
EAR, NOSE, and THROAT, has made
him thousands of friends In this sec
tion of the country- The Dr. makes
this his permanent homeland occa
sionally makes short visits to Omaha,
which however are never more than a
day or two at a timp. Hours: 'J to A,
week days; 11 to 12 Sundays.
For the first time "Songs of all the
Colleges" have been brought together
and published under the above title. J
The book contains about two hundred
songs representing all the leading col
leges and universities, and is brought
out by the firm of Hinds & Noble of
WANTED Youaz men and Women to take the Commercial
and Shorthand courses and he assisted to positions. All graduates
holding lucrative positions, and we wait for one-third of tuition
until petition is secured. Special Teacher's Normal course April 2
to August U Write for information.
N.W. IUSINESS COLLESE AND NORMAL SCHOOL,
P. O. SmON. SujsU BEATtCJCC, WEB.
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I XCbe mntversit
I Scfoool of flfousic
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pposite the (Campus.
Students contemplating the study of Music, and those $?
who have friends desirous of information concerning the tf
advantages offered, are cordially invited to visit the T
School and obtain an Illustrated Catalogue. f
YOU CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME.
The Omaha Medical Cofleget
A strictly four-year course Medi
cs I College, the requirements ef
hi.ii are fully up to these of the
American Association ef ricrflcsl
Collej.cs, end the hi w5 of the differ
ent states. The new buH44n: fur
nishes tbe most perfect laboratory
rooms in the West, flost excellent
clinics are held by tbe professors
of the College in five ef the six
Omaha KospiUls. The twentieth
annual course of lectures will
begin Oct. 1st. 1900, and continue
seven months. For information
DR. EWING BROWN,
to?6 p Ave, OMAHA, KEI.
6tST BICYCLE ON Te
And They Are Our Leaders.
Prices: $50.00, $40.00, $30.00.
We also have the famous HALLIDAY BICYCLES, and they are
beauties for $35.00. We have the AETNA, the best $25.00 bicycle oil
the market. The OLDEST exclusive cycle store In the city.
SIDLES GYGLE CO.,
110-112 NORTH 13TH ST, PHONE DOT,
BE WISEiADVERTISE IN THE NEBRASKAN - HESPERIAN. PAY8I
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