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John Wesley tells Sylder about how all of his traps were confiscated and he had been threatened by Gifford. He was told that he was trapping without a license and that he could be charged for aiding a criminal, too, since the man he helped out of the car was a bootlegger. Gifford implied that if the boy gave him some information about Sylder, the charges might be dropped. John Wesley stayed firm, though, and insisted that he did not help anyone, let alone a criminal. Gifford left without making an arrest. Sylder tells the boy that Gifford is just bluffing and would never arrest a fourteen year old boy.

Sylder leaves and while he driving, he remembers how he lost part of his toe in war. He was in the Navy, a sailor on a boat that was under fire. A bullet grazed his...

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