Mr. Bunion: I wonder how it'd do to advertise for a little financial aid, um! I'll try it! Some philanthropist may take notice and respond. Yep!
Mr. Bunion: Well, here goes, hum "Party in temporary financial straits would like to correspond with wealthy person in regard to assistance. Address, call or phone Mr. Bunion. No. 23. Blue St." There!! [ADS RECEIVED HERE]
Mr. Bunion: Now, I'll go home and watch and wait. I don't suppose I'll get any replies to the ad, still, you can not tell. Some one might see my appeal and unbuckle.
[out of panel] There's a big bundle of mail for you here, Mr. Bunion! Wheo!
Mr. Bunion: Well! Fetch it here! Fetch it here! You galoot! Bring it here to me!
Mr. Bunion: Well! Well! Well! Dozens of replies to my ad and in each one a neat check nestles. My! This is Grand! Um!
Mr. Bunion: I will nor return thanks, indorse each check and then to the bank, get the cast and buy a vault to--
Mr. Bunion: Store this old valise in. Ha! I shall then live like a man should live! Hurrah! Yee!
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[Closed for Repairs.]