Nephew: Sit still, Uncle! Eh can't you smile a little? No! Wait! Wait! Until I--
Mr. Bunion: How's this? Am I sitting right? Huh!
Nephew: I'll have to turn this valise around so it will show.--
Mr. Bunion: Aw! Never mind that old thing!
Nephew: Now look pleasant! This first picture we'll have the old valise in--
Mr. Bunion: Then take one without it!
Nephew: Yes, now we'll take one without it. I'll kick it out of the way.
Mr. Bunion: Give it a good kick, yes!
Nephew: Now for the second picture, eh, smile a little, ah!
Mr. Bunion: Be sure you get a good one!
Mr. Bunion: Give my regards to your father and my love to your mother!
Nephew: Oh! Yes. Sure! Uncle, and I'll mail you proofs of these snaps and you may judge my work as an amateur photographer--
Mr. Bunion: Ah! Here's a letter from my brother - "My son has shown me a picture he made of you and I must confess you haven't changed in appearance since I saw you thirty years ago. It is--
Mr. Bunion: Here's a letter from my dear nephew.-- Dear Uncle. The second exposure was a failure, the first snap shot is a bird. But the second one. Wow! Is nit' no good!.---
Mr. Bunion: That valise! Um, was in the first one.