Dr. Howard Archie had just come up from a game of pool with the
Jewish clothier and two traveling men who happened to be staying
overnight in Moonstone. His offices were in the Duke Block, over
the drug store. Larry, the doctor's man, had lit the overhead light
in the waiting-room and the double student's lamp on the desk in
the study. The isinglass sides of the hard-coal burner were aglow,
and the air in the study was so hot that as he came in the doctor
opened the door into his little operating-room, where there was no
stove. The waiting room was carpeted and stiffly furnished,
something like a country parlor. The study had worn, unpainted
floors, but there was a look of winter comfort about it. The
doctor's flat-top desk was large and well made; the papers were in
orderly piles, under glass weights.
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