Dr. Campbell is a painstaking and capable physician and surgeon who possesses the respect of those with whom he has social and business relations.
His residence in Iowa dates from 1885, fifteen years of that time having been spent in Atlantic. The doctor is thoroughly versed in the science of his profession, and has achieved a practice of which he and his friends are justly proud.
He has kept abreast of the lines of progress as expressed in his life's work. President Cleveland, during his second administration appointed him on the United States Pension Examiners Board, and he is still holding the secretaryship of the board.
Dr. Campbell is the local physician and surgeon for the Rock Island railway.
Those who are contributing to the upbuilding of our city find in him a warm supporter of any plans for furthering the interests of Atlantic.
The steady advancement he has achieved in his profession demonstrates him to be conversant with the highest ideals of medicine and surgery. This joined with ability and devotion to his work, has brought him success in his profession.