[A Round of Drinks]
Mr. Bunion: Gosh! There's a fellow who wants to get rid of his money! Huh! I'll go in and see him! That's me!
[out of panel] I want to get rid of it! Let me spend it!
Crowd: Never mind him!
Mr. Bunion: Ah! He's with friends! He's got a hundred dollars in his hand that he says he doesn't want.
Crowd: Give us a drink quick! Yes! Hurry up!
Crowd: I'll pay for this. Keep still! Will you?
Man: Can I or Can I not spend this money?
Crowd: No! No! You can not. I'll pay this! No! I will pay!
Crowd: Come back here! Your money is no good!
Man: If I don't spend this I'll burn it up! Destroy it!
Crowd: You are with us tonight. Your money is counterfeit!
Crowd: This is on me this time, you hear?
Man: Let me! Please let me spend this hundred! Will you?
Crowd: I'll pay for this. No! Me!
Man: They won't let me spend a cent and I'm sore! I'm good and sore! I don't want this money, and if I can't spend it, I'll tear it to pieces and throw it away!
Mr. Bunion: Come with me. I can--
Man: I know all about that old man, give to charity, eh? no! I want to guy a round of drinks for that bunch with it. They won't let me and I'm going home. I'm sore! I've got plenty money--
Mr. Bunion: Let me hold it for you, if its too hot to
Man: No! I'll hold it, it's not too hot to hold! I just want to spend it! I'm going against a wheel and make a roll--
Mr. Bunion: Say! I've got a valise here that nothing will harm! Put your money in it 'til morning. What do you say?