Glasses Needed no Longer

I have worn glasses from childhood. About twenty years ago the celebrated optician, Dr. Knapp of New York City, examined my eyes and said the best he could do was to give me two different pairs of spectacles. The trouble was diagnosed as "old sight," but an unusual case for one so young, and he asked permission for many prominent physicians to examine the eyes, to which I gave consent. I was told if I lived long enough I should be blind.

About four years ago I consulted Professor Stafford, who examined my eyes, and he, too, called in several physicians to view what he termed a remarkable case. He concluded to give me compound glasses, and required that I should have my eyes examined each year.

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