Mr. Bunion: Aw I don't think I'd better go! I'd better not! No! Thanks, ever so much!
Man: You've got to go with me! I want you to forget your troubles for awhile, old boy. Come on!
Mr. Bunion: You are very kind indeed! But.--
Man: Never mind now, come on! I want to show you want a fine little cozy home I have! I've got all you can eat, drink, and smoke. Everything. The best and plenty of it.
Mr. Bunion: I certainly will enjoy it I know but I feel like I shouldn't go, eh, your wife might.--
Man: Never mind about my wife! She's the grandest entertainer in the world! Wait'l you see!
Man: Just forget this old valise for awhile make yourself happy and at home while I go and announce you.--
Mr. Bunion: Oh. I'll be all right, don't go to any bother! I hope the Mrs.--
Woman: Wo is that man you brought in here? Who is it? Tell me why you are always--
Man: Wait! Wait! Wait a minute! That's the famous Mr. Bunion, dear, don't get excited! Le me--
Woman: You can just trop him out of here. I will not entertain any one today. Man: I don't see why! He's a find old gentleman and I wanted--
Woman [out of panel]: Your'e always bringing some old tramp home to dinner and I'm getting tired of it! I'll not prepare a thing for you so you might as well take him away!
Man [out of panel]: It puts me in a bad way for you to act so! It will be embarrassing to take him out to dinner.
Mr. Bunion: I'll slip out quietly. He means well but has no freedom. Perhaps its best he hasn't I'll go and hit a free lunch somewhere yep!