Mrs. Bunion: He was your Uncle? Huh. So he is dead eh what's this?
Mr. Bunion: This is a notice from his lawyer. See it says I am the heir to my uncle's estate. I'm sorry and yet I am glad!
Mrs. Bunion: Go right down and see about it!
Mr. Bunion: Huh, I should say so. I kind of have a feeling that I'll rid myself of this old valise at last! I'll soon see about it!
Lawyer: Yes he left no money. His residence and house hold effects are held to satisfy a mortgage.
Mr. Bunion: Then I might as well expect nothing, sir!
Lawyer: Well, here is some mining stock, but, I can not find any record of it or its value. It probably is worth the paper it is written on-no more!
Mr. Bunion: Is there anything else the old chap left in his will?
Lawyer: Yes, here is a drawer full of pawn tickets! He must have been a fiend at pawning. If you could redeem all of this stuff you might do tolerably well, Mr. Bunion!
Mr. Bunion: Yes, I presume so. Did he leave anything else?
Lawyer: Oh! Yes! The old homestead is intact. Also a farm of five acres. Here is the map! I'll show you!
Mr. Bunion: Oh! Yes, I see! That's all, eh?
Mr. Bunion: Well, there is the old homestead! He didn't leave much when he left that! I'll go look at the farm! [Boiler Works] [Slaughter House]
Mr. Bunion: I think I'll carry this old valise a while longer! [Farm for Sale]