"'Stay inside, son,' said Atticus. 'Where is he Cal?' 'He oughta be here by now,' said Calpurnia, pointing down the street." (Lee 125).
"'Should we go after him, Heck?'" (125).
"'... He's in the twitchin' stage, Mr. Heck.'" (Lee 125).
"I heard Mr. Tate sniff, then blow his nose. I saw him shift his gun to the crook of his arm." (125).
"'We better wait, Mr. Finch. They usually go in a straight line, but you never can tell. He might follow the curve--hope he does or he'll go straight in the Radley Backyard. Let's wait a minute.'" (125)
"'There he is,' [Atticus] said softly.Tim Johnson came into sight, walking dazedly in the inner rim of the curve parallel to the Radley House.'" (125).
"'He looks more sick than anything.'" [Scout] ( 126).
"'Look at him...' 'Mr. Heck said that they walked in a straight line. He can't even stay in the road.'" [Jem] (125-126).
"Tim Johnson reached the side street that ran in front of the Radley place, and what remained of his poor mind made him pause and seem to consider which road he would take. He made a few hesitant steps and stopped... he tried to turn around, but was having difficulty." (126)
"'He's within range, Heck. You better get him before he goes down the side street--Lord knows who's around the corner...'" (126)
"'Mr. Finch, this is a one-shot job[,]' [said Mr. Tate.]Atticus shook his head vehemently: 'Don't just stand there, Heck! He won't wait all day for you--''For God's sake, Mr. Finch... I can't shoot that well and you know it!' 'I haven't shot a gun in thirty years--'Mr. Tate almost threw the rifle at Atticus. 'I'd feel mighty comfortable if you did now,' he said." (126)
"'Take him, Mr. Finch.'" (126)
"Atticus pushed his glasses to his forehead; they slipped down, and he dropped them in the street. In the silence, I heard them crack... Tim Johnson had made up what was left of his mind. He had finally turned himself around... he made two steps forward, then stopped and raised his head. We saw his body go rigid." (127)