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Dr. MacNeill explains he hadn't come to follow up on her creek adventure, but was on the way back from Raven Gap when he'd heard about the moonshine incident. Pointing to David, the doctor calls the minister a "damn fool".

Dr. MacNeill explains he hadn't come to follow up on her creek adventure, but was on the way back from Raven Gap when he'd heard about the moonshine incident. Pointing to David, the doctor calls the minister a "damn fool".

Dr. MacNeill thinks that Sissel was bitten by Scalawag, when David says the racoon jumped her. Doc replies that raccoon bites can be very serious. "He did not attack her, he just scared her," Christy explains.

Dr. MacNeill thinks that Sissel was bitten by Scalawag, when David says the racoon jumped her. Doc replies that raccoon bites can be very serious. "He did not attack her, he just scared her," Christy explains.

Dr. MacNeill appears and declares that it is not magic, but science that makes telephone communication possible. After explaining a bit how the process works, he tells the schoolchildren that the inventor was a brilliant man named Alexander Graham Bell, who devoted many years of his life to making it all possible.

Dr. MacNeill appears and declares that it is not magic, but science that makes telephone communication possible. After explaining a bit how the process works, he tells the schoolchildren that the inventor was a brilliant man named Alexander Graham Bell, who devoted many years of his life to making it all possible.

"What serum?" Dr. MacNeill explains that he just got back from Lyleton and stopped to check on Alice, wondering if her condition has worsened. Dr. Ferrand says that she has tetanus and is delirious. He then realizes that Christy never found Dr. MacNeill out in the storm and rues his decision to let her go for the medicine.

"What serum?" Dr. MacNeill explains that he just got back from Lyleton and stopped to check on Alice, wondering if her condition has worsened. Dr. Ferrand says that she has tetanus and is delirious. He then realizes that Christy never found Dr. MacNeill out in the storm and rues his decision to let her go for the medicine.

Miss Alice explains to Christy that Dr. MacNeill believes in perfection - expecting it from others and himself. "You did what you thought was right."

Miss Alice explains to Christy that Dr. MacNeill believes in perfection - expecting it from others and himself. "You did what you thought was right."

Dr. MacNeill explains that it was harder for the highlanders to get their grain to market than for the flatlanders. But by doubling what they had in corn by turning it into liquor, they were able to turn a profit. Then the government decided to tax the whiskey.

Dr. MacNeill explains that it was harder for the highlanders to get their grain to market than for the flatlanders. But by doubling what they had in corn by turning it into liquor, they were able to turn a profit. Then the government decided to tax the whiskey.

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