[Bills in the Valise]
Mr. Bunion (reading paper) [Paper: After counting the people for ten years back, the insurance trust was secured. All the money in sight no art]
Mrs. Bunion: Well, I am home and so glad. The stores were so crowded, I thought I would suffocate. Every body seemed to be out shopping.
Mr. Bunion: ?
[Paper: Millions of capital back of a movement to stop the promiscuous circulation of money among the]
Mrs. Bunion: Well I've purchased my winter outfit. I bought two hats, a coat, two dresses, some lace and underwear and a pairs of shoes.
Mr. Bunion: Ahh. Thats good. [Paper]
[Paper: Inmates of the home for the aged and infirm must earn their keep by the sweat of their brows to support trust company]
Mrs. Bunion: I've had this stuff charged and here are the bills. You better --
Mr. Bunion: Yes. I'll take care of them.
Mr. Bunion: I'll just put them away in here. They will be safe in here. No one will bother them here.
Mr. Bunion: Cuckoo, eh? Well, that means that I must get busy. Time to go to work. Oh, well. [Paper: All men not worth a million to be chloroformed]
[Cuckoo Clock: Cuckoo Cuckoo Cuckoo Cuckoo Cuckoo Cuckoo]