Mr. Bunion: Ah, I believe I'll go and ask that old fellow a few questions and see if I can learn any good news of-- [Palm Reader. Your future told by an expert. 50 cents] [Prof. Seer Fortune Teller]
Mr. Bunion: There's just a few little things I'd like to know about--
Prof.Seer: Yes, I see. Sit down and let's talk it over. Something on your mind I suppose. Well, we will see.
Prof.Seer: Ah! That's a splendid palm You have done considerable work and done it well. You are very earnest in your work--
Mr. Bunion: Yes, but say, Professor, let me ask--
Prof.Seer: Just wait a minute, you worry over trifles very much. You are a very busy man. You will live long and be busy to the end. You--
Mr. Bunion: What I want to ask is, Professor, am I or will I in the near--
Prof. Seer: Just a second I see a long trip a long trip and, well in fact you have come a long way, you will be very tired--
Mr. Bunion: Now you're talking! But say professor am I or will I --
Prof. Seer: Just a minute. I see much for you. Much experience which will be of great value to you. You will succeed late in life, you will at the age of Nine--
Mr. Bunion: Ninety-Nine I suppose. Ah, what, will I ever lose anything? Will
Prof.Seer: No! No! No! You need fear of losing nothing. No, you will be very fortunate in that respect. No, you will lost nothing.
Mr. Bunion: That's all I wanted to know. If I was going to have a loss soon, huh!
Mr. Bunion: Oh, I wonder if he really does know anything about it anyhow-- [FUTURE]