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Dr. Charles D. Finley


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The science of Osteopathy was originated and developed by Andrew Taylor Still, M. D., an Allopathic physician, who was an army surgeon throughout the Civil war.

There are some men who have special fitness for ministration duties, and discharge them with ease and efficiency which win general commendation. One such is Dr. Charles D. Finley, for eight years practicing his profession in Atlantic.

The Doctor has patients to visit him from as far east as Indiana and as far as Colorado on the west. He is a graduate of Still College at Des Moines, graduating in 1904. In his personal as in his professional relations he is highly popular, and the esteem accorded him is only commensurate with his acquaintanceship.

Dr. Finley's constant effort is to assist natural processses, and many bear witness to the efficiency of his treatments.

In 1905 he was united in marriage with Doctor Josephine E. Cook.

At all seasons, in all extremes of weather, at any personal risk, during the years of his practice here Dr. Finley has devoted himself to the service of his patients, striving to ameliorate their sufferings, mitigate their sorrows, and console them in their afflictions; and by his unswerving attention to their needs he has won the warm admiration and high esteem of all classes.

From: Industrial Edition, published by Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, 1913, pg. 83. Transcribed by Cheryl Siebrass, February, 2015.

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